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Monthly Archives: July 2016

More than 15,000 education staff in Turkey have been suspended after last week’s failed coup, as a purge of state officials widens still further. The ministry of education accused them of links...

After a night of explosions, gunfire and tanks rolling along the streets of Istanbul and Ankara, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Turkey Saturday that an attempted military coup was over and the government...

At least 10 people, including police officers and civilians, have been killed in northern Ethiopia after days of protests, according to local sources. Demonstrations on Thursday and similar...

A 14-member Ghanaian delegation has arrived in Korea to learn of the Korean development experience and how it can be beneficial to Ghana. The one-week training programme dubbed “High...

A former top military general has been jailed for life for corruption in China, the latest in President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive in the armed forces. Guo Boxiong, 74, was a vice chairman...

Donald Trump has secured the Republican nomination for US president on day two of the Republican National Convention. The House Speaker, Paul Ryan, urged delegates to unite behind Mr Trump,...

Women who are single are used to being independent. They find joy in the things they accomplish alone. Dating independent people like this comes with its own unique set of challenges. It...

Christian Rudder, author of Dataclysm and a founder of OkCupid, dives into the numbers and surfaces with some revelations on love, sex, race and culture. Big Data: the friend you met at a bar after...

If you are in a relationship with a guy who means the world to you, you probably want to make sure that he stays in love with you — for good. Relationships worth having call for a...