Sukkur police set new example of ''benevolence'', enjoy tea with dacoits
Sukkur police set new example of ''benevolence'', enjoy tea with dacoits
Ethiopia's ruling party sweeps elections
Ethiopia's ruling party sweeps elections
Arcade houses rescued from wrecking ball
Arcade houses rescued from wrecking ball
Oil market rebounds slightly
Oil market rebounds slightly
Ton-up Zimbabwe skipper to miss last two ODIs
Ton-up Zimbabwe skipper to miss last two ODIs
Dust from asteroid mining spells danger for satellites
Dust from asteroid mining spells danger for satellites
U.S. playwright, actor Sam Shepard arrested on drunken driving charge
U.S. playwright, actor Sam Shepard arrested on drunken driving charge
House Leaders Keep NDS-ISI Agreement Off Agenda, Face Backlash
House Leaders Keep NDS-ISI Agreement Off Agenda, Face Backlash
Researchers oppose unvalidated gene panel tests for cancer links
Researchers oppose unvalidated gene panel tests for cancer links
Football: FIFA corruption storm stuns world football
Football: FIFA corruption storm stuns world football
Mental health \'to get funding boost\'
Mental health \'to get funding boost\'
Dude, where's my race car?
Dude, where's my race car?

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Ethiopia's ruling party sweeps elections

Ethiopia\'s ruling party and its allies have won a landslide victory in the country\'s parliamentary ...

Profile: Ethiopia's 'placeholder' PM quietly holds on

It must be tough to be barely a few weeks into a new job and read articles and academic reports in w ...

Nusra Front 'will not target Syria's Alawites'

The leader of al-Qaeda\'s Syria branch has said the group will not target the country\'s Alawite min ...

What's next for Burundi?  

The crisis in Burundi is deepening after the opposition boycotted UN-sponsored talks to reach a deal ...

FIFA reels from arrests in corruption probe

The US is seeking to extradite seven officials of FIFA, world football’s governing body, who have ...

Profile: Ethiopiaâs 'placeholder' PM quietly holds on

It must be tough to be barely a few weeks into a new job and read articles and academic reports in w ...

India cracks down on Greenpeace and foreign NGOs

India\'s government has cracked down on hundreds of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), including ...

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