South African President Jacob Zuma criticises marches last week, accusing some demonstrators of racism.
Police officers line the streets of London as a cortege containing the body of PC Keith Palmer, who was killed in the Westminster attack, is carried to his funeral at Southwark Cathedral.
Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila names a former member of the largest opposition party as prime minister.
ICC prosecutors dismiss South Africa’s arguments and urge judges to report Pretoria for non-compliance with the court.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that the world’s largest computer and information technology fair shows how digitalisation is increasingly important.
According to documents released by WikiLeaks, the U.S. consulate in Frankfurt is a CIA “hacking centre” for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks says it has obtained a secret trove of hacking tools used by the CIA.
Businesspeople and journalists have long been paranoid about protecting their personal data when visiting countries like China and Russia. But now travelers to the U.S. are reporting increasingly invasive behavior by the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.
In his first interview since leaving office, former CIA director John Brennan says he had nothing to do with the leaks of national security information to the media. Continue reading
Nigerians give mixed reactions as President Muhammadu Buhari extends his medical leave, deepening suspicions his health is worse than officials are admitting publicly.