Trump warns Iran not to kill protesters, door still open to talks
US Donald Trump warned Iran Sunday against killing protesters who have risen up over the regime's downing of a civilian airliner as his defense secretary left the door open to talks with Tehran without preconditions.
At least 11 dead as storms sweep through US south
Severe storms sweeping the southern US killed at least 11 people, authorities said, as tornadoes and high winds upturned cars, destroyed homes and left tens of thousands without power.
Al-Shabaab militants attack US-Kenya military base
Jihadists from Somalia's Al-Shabaab group on Sunday attacked a military base used by US and Kenyan forces in Kenya's coastal Lamu region
‘Why Nigeria’s development plans/visions remain motion without movement’
The great Historian, Diplomat, Educationist, and National Development Advocate, Emeritus Professor Michael Abiola Omolewa interrogates Nigeria’s development plans since colonial era till date
Protesters attack US embassy in Baghdad after airstrikes
Protesters attacked the U.S in Baghdad yesterday, scaling the walls and forcing the gates of the compound, as hundreds demonstrated against American airstrikes
US-China 'Phase One' trade deal to be signed January 15
A partial new US-China trade agreement will be signed in the middle of next month, US President Donald Trump said Tuesday, announcing that he will also then travel to China
Iran says US strikes on Iraq show its 'support for terrorism'
Iran said Monday that the United States has shown its "support for terrorism" by carrying out air strikes on forces in Iraq that have dealt blows against the Islamic State group.
Philippines bans US senators, mulls visa for Americans
The Philippines banned two US senators and threatened to introduce visa restrictions for Americans entering the country, the president's spokesman said Friday
Nigeria bashes US over placement on watchlist
The Nigerian government has accused the United States meddling in its internal affairs and overlooking the myriad of challenges in America. “In international relations, you respect the internal affairs of other countries," Nigeria's presidential spokesman Femi Adesina said in an interview on Channels Television, Sunday Politics, programme. "The U.S. itself has enough to chew...solving its…