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Egypt’s first democratically elected President, Mohamed Morsi collapsed and died in court, after making his final statement during his trial on espionage charges. Morsi, 67, was ousted following allegations of his collaboration with foreign powers and militant movements.

Botswana's High Court Approves Homosexuality

Africa News

Following his speech in December 2018, President Mokgweetsi Masisi of Botswana tends to have given a nod for same-sex relations, opining that LGBT citizens deserve to have their rights protected. Not surprised with the comment, Botswana decriminalized homosexuality on Tuesday, with the High Court overturning a colonial-era law that punished gay sex by up to seven years in prison.

Top U.S Diplomat For Africa To Visit Sudan

Africa News

Following a fall out between the transitional military council and the civilian opposition in Sudan, the United States top diplomat for Africa is set to visit Sudan to meet with both parties to urge talks.

Thousands To Protest Extradition Bill In Hong Kong

Middle East & Asia News

Hong Kong citizens are preparing for more protests, including transport go-slows and even picnics, against a proposed extradition law that would allow people to be sent to China for trial.

Sri Lanka Sacks Intelligence Chief

Middle East & Asia News

Following an explosion that rocked Sri Lanka during the Easter period, killing 258 people, including 45 foreigners, and wounded nearly 500, the country's president has sacked the national intelligence chief. His sack came under allegations that he refused to cooperate with a parliamentary investigation into security lapses before the Easter suicide bombings.

Isreal Mourns As First Lady Dies At 73

Middle East & Asia News

Israel mourns the passing of the wife of President Reuven Rivlin, who passed away a few days before her 74th birthday. Rivlin suffered from pulmonary fibrosis, an interstitial lung disease, and has used an oxygen tank for many years to assist her breathing. She is survived by their three children, Rivka, Anat and Ran; and seven grandchildren.

Fight Against Corruption: Mexican Auctions Seized Cars From Corrupt Officials

US & Canada News

In a move that would restore the faith of the common citizenry in the government, the Mexican government will be auctioning off a total of 82 cars seized from the wealthy, corrupt, and criminal officials. It was gathered that the proceeds would be given to the underprivileged.

Kalu Disclose Reason For Meeting President Maduro

US & Canada News

A former governor of Abia State, and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu has revealed that he visited President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela as part of his objectives to promote world peace.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that U.S. President Donald Trump was committed to improving relations with Moscow. Pompeo disclosed this to the Russian authorities during an official visit to Moscow.

Theresa May Quits, As Lobbying Intensify For Position

Europe News

British Prime Minister, Theresa May on Friday finally steps down as leader of her Conservative Party, a move triggering the race for a successor. The British leader will remain prime minister until a new leader is chosen, likely in late July.

President Putin Visit Pope July 4th

Europe News

President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation has perfected plans to visit Pope Francis next month. The visit it was gathered will hold on July, 4th, the Vatican said on Thursday.

Donald Trump Lands UK For State Visit

Europe News

President of the United States (US), Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on Monday, shortly after midday touched down at Buckingham Palace, on a three days state visit to the United Kingdom. The pair is currently having a private lunch and welcome ceremony.