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South African reporter painstakingly compiles radio archive on former freedom fighter’s career
Since assuming power two years ago, Kim Jong Un has replaced more than 40% of the North's high level officials
The Tbilisi city court has sent detained former Deputy Prosecutor-General Davit Chkhatarshvili to pretrial detention.
Following a day of massive protests that saw hundreds of thousands take to the streets, the occupation has called for protesters to surround government buildings.
Pro-EU protests continue in Ukraine after demonstrators symbolically toppled the statue of the Soviet Union's founder Vladimir Lenin during a gigantic rally in central Kyiv.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the closure of the RIA Novosti state news agency to establish a new international news agency called Russia Today.
The emergence of a video has offered a rare view into the practice of "bridenapping" in Kazakhstan.
Citizens generally do not see the vigilante groups as a danger; For many, they are heroes
Television footage showed a crowd of people smashing the windscreen of a bus and at least three police cars being flipped over
Shirley MacLaine, Martina Arroyo, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock, and Billy Joel were recognized with lifetime achievement awards
Protest leader Suthep Thaungsuban said he will not end the demonstrations and will continue a march to Yingluck's offices
Te loss of ice and snow is affecting the jet stream, which in turn affects weather patterns around the Northern Hemisphere.