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Recent News

Andy Murray Consolidates Third Place in ATP Rankings

Andy Murray

Andy Murray’s clay-court win in the Munich Open on Monday helped the Scot strengthen his grip on third place in the updated ATP rankings. (Murray Wins First Clay Title in Munich) 00    Read More »

John Kerry Makes Historic Trip to Somalia

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has made an unannounced trip to Somalia in a bid to show support for the progress made by the country’s government and to thank regional nations for their contributions to AMISOM, the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia. It marks the first time a sitting secretary of state has visited Somalia. 00    Read More »

Burundi court backs President Nkurunziza on third-term

The president's third-term bid has led to more than a week of protests

Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza can run for a third term, according to the country’s constitutional court. 00    Read More »

Senegal to support Yemen campaign with 2,100 troops

Air strikes targeted Sanaa's airport on Monday

(BBC) – Senegal is to send 2,100 troops to support the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen, its foreign minister says. 00    Read More »

‘Dozens die’ as migrant boat sinks in Mediterranean

'Dozens die' as migrant boat sinks in Mediterranean

(BBC) – Dozens of migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean after a boat sank south of Italy’s island of Sicily, the Save the Children aid group says. 00    Read More »


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