(Reuters) - Three Kansas militia members who were convicted of plotting to bomb the mosque and homes of Somali immigrants should be granted leniency in their sentencing because they were inspired by President Donald Trump's rhetoric encouraging violence, lawyers for the men said in court documents.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is set to renew sanctions in December on senior officials in Democratic Republic of Congo, including presidential candidate Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, four Western diplomats told Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Christian missionary from Indiana was killed in Cameroon on Tuesday when he was shot while traveling in a region where the military and separatists have been fighting, a family member said.
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar returned to the capital Juba on Wednesday, according to a Reuters witness, more than two years after he fled the country after the collapse of a 2016 peace deal.
ZURICH, Oct 30 (Reuters) - FIFA handed a life ban from all football activities to former Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi for various violations of their ethics code, including bribery and corruption.
Oct 30 (Reuters) - Randgold Resources Ltd said on
Tuesday its Loulo-Gounkoto gold mining complex in Mali had
stepped up production, with increased grades expected in the
third and fourth quarter of the year.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar on Tuesday, in line with other emerging market currencies, despite disappointing economic data showing the country's unemployment rate rose in the third quarter.
CASABLANCA, Morocco (Reuters) - After two sleepless days and nights begging on the streets of Casablanca, Guinea teenager Ismail could finally afford to rebuild his home in a temporary camp opposite the city's main bus terminal.
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar will return to the capital Juba to celebrate a peace deal on Wednesday, his group said, more than two years after he fled the country after the collapse of an earlier accord.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosts African leaders on Tuesday in a drive to tackle underdevelopment on the continent that helped to spur mass migration, shaping the later years of her long premiership.
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court has released the author of a book about Egypt's economy more than a week after he was arrested for questioning on charges of publishing false news, he said on Tuesday.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Air pollution kills an estimated 600,000 children every year and causing symptoms ranging from loss of intelligence to obesity and ear infections but there is a limited amount parents can do, a World Health Organization report said on Monday.
TUNIS (Reuters) - A woman blew herself up in the centre of the Tunisian capital on Monday, wounding 15 people including 10 police officers in an explosion that breaks a period of calm after dozens died in militant attacks three years ago.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner FW de Klerk was discharged from a three-night hospital stay after recovering from a lung ailment, his foundation said on Monday.
LIBREVILLE (Reuters) - Gabon's President Ali Bongo was hospitalised last week in Saudi Arabia after suffering a stroke, two sources told Reuters, while Gabonese authorities said he was admitted only because of fatigue.