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Mass defection of rebels forces allied to the former vice President Riek Machar Teny was announced today announced today in Juba by defectors when they returned from Addis Ababa.
Upper Nile State Information Minister Hon. Peter Hoth Tuach said, “On behalf of the government of Upper Nile
The leader of Scottish National Party Alex Salmond has announced his resignation from the post of Scotland’s First Minister and SNP leader at the party’s annual conference in November.
The news came after Scots rejected the independence on Thursday, ending the debate for at least a generation with
Almost 50,000 blue-collar workers from across Quebec participated in a march through the streets of downtown Montreal on Saturday afternoon, making it one of the city’s noisiest demonstration since the student protests of 2012. The march was organized by the Coalition pour la libre against Bill 3,
Congratulating Blase Joseph Cupich on his appointment as next Roman Catholic Archbishop of Chicago, Hindus hope that he would promote interfaith dialogue in his area and beyond.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, urged Cupich, 65, to show visionary leadership
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has insisted on Saturday Britain will deliver on the promises made to Scotland over further devolution of powers.
Mr Brown has said to ensure the commitment made by the three Westminster elite leaders from the main parties will be fulfilled by asking
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