Iván Duque wins election to become Colombia's president
The Guardian, 18 June at 02:29
Opponent of Farc peace process wins long and divisive campaign against former mayor of Bogotá Gustavo Petro. Joe Parkin Daniels in Bogotá. Sun 17 Jun 2018 19.29 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email ...
Dog meat peddlers resurface in Bulawayo
Chronicle, 18 June at 02:23
Whinsley Masara, Chronicle Reporter Bulawayo City Council and an animal rights body have warned the public to desist from buying meat from the street amid fears that dog meat vendors could be back on the market. The warning comes after three men ...
Andy Muridzo sticks to military style
Chronicle, 18 June at 01:38
Showbiz Reporter Contemporary musician, Andy Muridzo Ngwenya who fell out with Jah Prayzah's Military Touch Movement (MTM) after their record deal went sour earlier this year says he now finds himself stuck with a military stage costume that he was ...
Woman dumps baby to live with lover
Chronicle, 18 June at 01:31
Sylvester Chiramba, Court Reporter A 26-YEAR-OLD woman from Bulawayo has been arrested for allegedly leaving her one-year-old baby unattended as she went to cohabit with her boyfriend for 10 days in Nketa suburb. Rubia Mudiwa from Nketa suburb ...
Sadc should be concerned about Moza's terrorist-type violence
The Herald, 18 June at 01:02
Peter Fabricius Correspondent A sudden upsurge in brutal violence in northern Mozambique, including the beheadings of women and children, has sounded alarms that a violent jihadist movement like Boko Haram or al-Shabaab could be evolving.
Colombia Presidential Election Results: Meet Ivan Duque, The Conservative Who Rose To Power
Newsweek, 18 June at 00:46
With 84 percent of the vote in, Iván Duque of the center-right Democratic Center party won Colombia's second presidential run-off Sunday in a post-war electoral process after more than 50 years of internal conflict, defeating left-leaning candidate
Polls close in polarized Colombia presidential election
Reuters, 18 June at 00:09
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombians voted on Sunday in a deeply divisive presidential runoff with the frontrunner vowing to alter a fragile peace deal and his rival promising to overhaul the economic model.
Spoilers don't scare Chamisa
DailyNews, 18 June at 00:01
HARARE - Although a staggering 23 candidates have put their names forward in a bid to lead Zimbabwe after the July 30 national elections, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says in reality his only challenge for the country's highest political office
Mugabe-linked airline in trouble
Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog), 17 June at 23:00
by Staff reporter. 43 mins ago | Views. Zimbabwe Airways is suffering from a high staff turnover amid revelations that some workers are leaving the government-linked airline after being frustrated by alleged poor management practices. At least 12
Afghan bomber kills 19, Taliban rejects cease-fire extension
News24, 17 June at 22:57
A suicide bomber struck in Afghanistan's eastern city of Jalalabad on Sunday, killing at least 19 people in the second attack in as many days targeting Taliban fighters, security forces and civilians celebrating a holiday cease-fire. The Taliban later
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