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Khartoum Security accused of kidnapping SPLM-IO of Taban

The SPLM-IO led by First Vice President Taban Deng Gai accused the Sudanese security service of abducting three of its members in Khartoum during the visit of President Salva Kiir

World Cup 2018: England reaching semi-final is ‘incredible feeling’

England’s appearance in a first World Cup semi-final since 1990 is an “incredible feeling”, says boss Gareth Southgate.

Goals by Harry Maguire and Dele Alli sealed a 2-0 last-eight win over Sweden

North Korea nuclear deal: US attitude ‘regrettable’, says Pyongyang

North Korea has branded the US attitude at the latest talks over its nuclear program me “regrettable” and “extremely troubling”.

World Cup 2018: England beat Sweden 2-0 to reach semi-finals

Gareth Southgate’s side now face hosts Russia or Croatia on Wednesday

World Cup 2018: Russia to tussle it out with Croatia

Yuri Zhirkov, who began Russia’s last game at left wing-back, is ruled out with a calf problem.

Alan Dzagoev, who has not played since damaging his hamstring in the opening match, could come back into contention despite a back problem.

World Cup 2018: England face Sweden for semi-final place in Russia

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England is set to come to a standstill on Saturday as the national team faces Sweden for a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

Millions of fans will follow the match across the BBC from 15:00 BST

Mbidde continues to concretize DP in Masaka by donating to Muslim community

There are different ways people offer thanks for the different achievements they get over a given period of time.

Cloud Theft: Top Iranian General Accuses Israel Of “Stealing Its Rain”


In a series of comments at the Third National Conference on Non-Proactive Defense in Agriculture on civil defense tactics in agriculture, held in Tehran on Monday, Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali condemned Israel

Trump hits ‘Democrat crazies,’ celebrates federal judge tossing Russian collusion lawsuit

President Trump says Special Counsel Mueller’s Russia investigation is ‘unconstitutional’; chief national correspondent Ed Henry reports.

President Trump on Friday celebrated a federal judge this week tossing out a lawsuit

Battle for Social media survival : Uganda Bans VPNs To Prevent Users From Dodging Media Tax

Countries around the world continue to wage their not  so subtle war on the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) and encryption.

In Russia, the government has all but banned the use of VPNs by layering all

Sudan’s President Bashir, Rebel Gen Reik Machar to fly to Uganda for talks

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, South Sudan’s opposition leader Riek Machar and other opposition officials will travel to Uganda on Saturday for talks

South Sudan’s parties sign security arrangements agreement

South Sudanese government and armed opposition groups parties Friday signed an agreement on the outstanding issues of the security arrangements paving the way for a proper implementation

World Cup: Favorites Brazil painfully exit


Belgium produced a brilliant performance to knock five-time winners Brazil out of the World Cup and reach the semi-finals for the first time since 1986.

Belgium basks in glory over Brazil win

Belgium manager Roberto Martinez: “Brazil has so much finesse and you know that they can cut you open.

But I didn’t think for one second that the players would give up