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MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - At least 50 people were killed by militants on Sunday around the town of Rann in Nigeria's Borno state, in the country's northeastern tip near the border with Cameroon, witnesses told Reuters by phone on Monday.
OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - At least 11 civilians were killed in attacks on two villages in northern Burkina Faso on Sunday, a regional governor said in a statement.
KUALA LANGAT: When Abdullah Subir died suddenly on May 17, finding out about the Social Security Organisation’s (Socso) payouts for his next of kin was the last thing on his family members’ minds.
AFTER the disappointment of a penalty shootout defeat in the football bronze medal playoff against Indonesia, the national team will have to regroup and plan for the AFC Under-23 Asian Cup.
INDONESIAN preacher Abdul Somad Batubara had been on Singapore authorities’ radar for some time, for having influenced and radicalised some people here.
Hong Kong to ramp up security for handover anniversary, guard against ‘new threats’ including Covid-19, ‘home-grown terrorism’
Protecting the Chinese state leader and his entourage from terrorist attacks and Covid-19 infection are among the challenges law enforcement agencies will face during the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover, the security minister has revealed.
Indonesian preacher Abdul Somad Batubara had been on Singapore authorities' radar for some time, for having influenced and radicalised some people here.
(Reuters) - New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is calling for votes against directors at Twitter Inc and at Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc at their upcoming annual meetings, saying both companies failed to enforce their standards against harmful content including from a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y. on May 14.
President Joe Biden said on Monday that the US would intervene militarily if China were to invade Taiwan, saying the burden to protect Taiwan is "even stronger' after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. It was one of the most forceful presidential statements in support of self-governing in decades.
KYIV/MARIUPOL (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told global business leaders on Monday the world must increase sanctions against Russia to deter other countries from using "brute force" to achieve their aims.