Around The World in 90 Seconds
A 23-year-old former beauty queen in The Gambia, Fatou Jallow, has said she was raped in 2015 by ex-President Yahya Jammeh when he was in office.Her testimony is part of a Human Rights Watch and Trial International report that details another alleged rape and sexual assault by Mr Jammeh.
Rwandan police are investigating how thousands of young Rwandans were conned into paying a registration fee for a wealth and fitness conference that never happened.The young people turned up at a conference centre in the capital, Kigali, to find that their $5 online registration fee was for nothing.
US President Donald Trump has again denied allegations he sexually assaulted a columnist in the 1990s, saying “she’s not my type”.
Kenya’s biggest mobile service provider Safaricom is being sued for allegedly violating the data privacy of its 11.5 million consumers.A subscriber has accused the telecom giant of exposing his sports betting history and biodata, according to a legal petition filed at the High Court in the capital, Nairobi.
A court has ruled that the French state had failed to take sufficient action to curb air pollution in Paris, in what is being hailed as a landmark decision.
San Francisco has become the first US city to ban e-cigarette sales until their health effects are clearer.Officials on Tuesday voted to ban stores selling the vaporisers and made it illegal for online retailers to deliver to addresses in the city.
A Canadian medical regulator has formally revoked the licence of a retired fertility doctor who used his own sperm to inseminate patients.
Unauthorised drone flying has prompted disruptions at Singapore’s Changi Airport for the second time in a week.The country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAS) said 18 flights had been delayed, and seven flights diverted due to drones and bad weather.
Two-thirds of children forced into online sex abuse videos in the Philippines are exploited by their own parent or family member, it is claimed.