The U.S. warned its citizens Wednesday that a radical Islamist sect may attack Nigeria's capital Abuja, including hotels frequented by foreigners, the second time it has advised such an assault is possible in the West African nation.
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Pressure is mounting on Uganda’s President Yoweri Musevi to retire after his current term ends in 2016.
Mitt Romney says he’d “clean house” to remove Secret Service agents involved with Colombian prostitutes ahead of President Barack Obama’s visit.
Fighting on the disputed border between Sudan and South Sudan has spread to two new fronts, with casualties reported on both sides, officials said Wednesday.
OSLO - The Norwegian far-right gunman who massacred 77 people last summer gave a clenched-fist salute, smirked at the court and pleaded not guilty on the first day of a trial that threatens to turn into a "circus" showcasing his anti-Islamic views.
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