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Emmerson Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe as unrest continues
When the scarf-clad Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, touched down at Harare's scruffy-looking airport, he did not get the sort of reception that I am sure he was hoping for.
Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa: 'Heads will roll' after brutal crackdown on protesters
Zimbabwe's president has vowed "heads will roll" if he finds wrongdoing by security forces after a brutal crackdown on protesters in the African country.
Paul Whelan: Ex-marine accused of spying 'had secret Russian files on USB drive'
A former US marine held in Moscow on suspicion of spying was found with classified Russian materials when he was arrested, his lawyer has said.
'Drunk passenger' attempts to hijack Aeroflot plane and demands flight to Afghanistan
A drunk passenger who tried to hijack a passenger jet over Russia has been arrested, police have said.
Fyre Festival co-founder Ja Rule claims he was also victim of scam
Fyre Festival co-founder Ja Rule claims he was also a victim of the infamous event which promised customers a luxury party on an island in the Bahamas.
EU says hard Irish border 'obvious' under 'no-deal' Brexit as split emerges with Dublin
The EU believes a hard border on the island of Ireland is an "obvious" result of a "no-deal" Brexit - as signs of a split with Dublin emerged over the issue.
Greenland's ice melting four times faster than in 2003
Greenland is melting faster than previously believed, with its ice retracting four times more quickly than in 2003.
Oscars 2019: Roma and The Favourite lead the way with 10 nominations each
Regal comedy drama The Favourite and black-and-white epic Roma are the Oscars frontrunners after receiving 10 nods each, with several other nominees also making Academy Awards history.
Donald Trump backs 'smeared' teens accused of mocking Native American
Donald Trump has defended a group of high school students accused of disrespecting a Native American activist, tweeting that the teenagers have been "smeared by the media".
Natural world at severe risk, Sir David Attenborough tells Prince William on stage in Davos
Sir David Attenborough warned of the "echoes and implications" in the natural world of everything humans do in the urban world as he took questions from old friend Prince William.