About 120 Rwandan peacekeepers have arrived in South Sudan, United Nations said on Tuesday, the first detachment of 4,000 extra troops approved by the U.N. last year to help protect the capital of Africa’s newest country.
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The Trump administration moved Thursday to make permanent a new questionnaire that asks some U.S. visa applicants to provide their social media handles and detailed biographical and travel history, according to a public notice.
The questionnaire was rolled out in … » Read more
Police say the death toll from Wednesday’s attack on two buses traveling to Juba from the border town of Nimule has risen. Daniel Justin Achuor, spokesperson for the South Sudan National Police Service, said Thursday 10 people were wounded and … » Read more
“The Dr. Oz Show” Producer Led the Way by Hosting a Surprise In-Flight Show on Healthy Eating and Lifestyle with Passengers of Flight TK1 from Istanbul to New York
ISTANBUL, July 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Turkish Airlines is collaborating with … » Read more
As Venezuelans prepared for a two-day national strike beginning Wednesday, the head of the Organization of American States met Tuesday with a former International Criminal Court prosecutor about the prospect of bringing charges against Venezuelan authorities for humanitarian crimes.
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KHARTPUM, July 25 (NNN-SUNA) — Sudanese First Vice President and Prime Minister Lieutenant-General Bakri Hassan Salih has issued a decree to establish the three committees which will be responsible for the implementation of the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference.… » Read more