Americans and Taliban close to agreement to end war
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The Taliban appeared confident Monday it will sign a peace agreement with the United States by the end of this month in the presence of international guarantors to end the nin
Polish Miners Block Railway Hub To Protest Import Of Russian Coal
Miners in Poland launched a blockade of a railway terminal in the country's main coal mining region on February 18 to protest an increase in Russian coal imports.
The labor action involving s
Kolisi relentless in efforts to change SA with Springbok message
Berlin - For well over four months now, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been traveling the globe and telling the story of what 2019's Rugby World Cup win meant f
EU Approves Trade Deal With Vietnam
The European Union has approved a trade agreement with Vietnam, disproving skeptics who thought the EU's divorce with Britain and Vietnam human rights concerns would delay the vote.
UN: Impact of Long Libya War on Civilians is 'Incalculable'
UNITED NATIONS - The U.N humanitarian coordinator for Libya said Monday the impact of the country's nine-year war on civilians "is incalculable,'' pointing to its intensity escalating "exponentiall
WATCH | Kolisi's moving speech after Boks win Team of the Year award
Cape Town - Springbok captain Siya Kolisi made an inspirational speech after the Springboks won the prestigious World Team of the Year award at th
South Africa's Rubgy team win Laureus World Team of the Year
Berlin [Germany], Feb 18 (ANI): 2019 Rugby World Cup team South Africa on Monday (local time) won the Laureus World Team of the Year award. The memory of Siya Kolisi, South Africa's historic first bla
Outspoken US Labor Leader Owen Bieber Dies at 90
Former U.S. labor leader Owen Bieber, one of the country's most outspoken anti-apartheid activists who also backed Poland's Solidarity labor movement, has died at 90.
A longtime union member,
'Landmark' Verdict Expected Tuesday in Turkish Human Rights Case
ISTANBUL - An Istanbul court is expected Tuesday to deliver a "landmark" verdict on 16 civil society activists on trial for sedition.
For one of the defendants, a leading philanthropist and s
Opinion split in Portugal after Porto's Marega suffers racist abuse
Lisbon - Portugese football and the country's politicians were divided on Monday after Porto forward Moussa Marega was targeted with racist chants during his side'
Sprint queen Fraser-Pryce eyes track farewell at 2021 worlds
Berlin - Jamaican sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, currently preparing for the Tokyo Olympics, says the defence of her women's 100m sprint gold at the 2021 world championships
Van Niekerk wins first race this year on comeback trail
Bloemfontein - Olympics and world 400-metre record-holder Wayde van Niekerk, who has been slowly recovering from a knee injury, won his first race this year in Bloemfontein on Mond
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