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The Dutch husband of Shamima Begum, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015 aged 15, has said he wants her to return to the Netherlands with him.
Africa’s largest film festival awarded a Kenyan actress for her depiction of a lesbian character in a film that is banned in her own country.Fespaco film festival in Burkina Faso gave Samantha Mugatsia the best actress award for her lead role in the film Rafiki.
Algeria’s veteran President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has defied protesters by confirming he will run again – but says he will not serve a full term.
The US and South Korea have confirmed they will no longer hold large-scale joint military exercises which have always infuriated North Korea.
At least 14 people, some children, have been killed after tornadoes struck Lee County, Alabama, authorities said.Sheriff Jay Jones told local news outlets they were still pulling people from the rubble, and some had been hospitalised with serious injuries.
The chief financial officer of China’s tech giant Huawei is suing Canada over her arrest at Vancouver airport last year at the request of the US.Meng Wanzhou was detained in December on suspicion of fraud and breaching US sanctions on Iran.
A committee of the US House of Representatives is seeking documents alleging obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power by President Donald Trump and his aides.
The centre-right Reform party has won Estonia’s general election, beating the ruling Centre party.Reform, led by former MEP Kaja Kallas, took about 29% of the vote to 23% for Centre in Sunday’s ballot.