A parliamentary session on the impeachment of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is set to kick off in the country's capital, Harare, a day after the country's long-ruling leader ignored the party's demand to resign.
A suicide bomber blew himself up at a mosque in Mubi, Adamawa State, northeast Nigeria, according to local emergency services and a government official. The death toll is growing.
The self-proclaimed African nation of Somaliland has gained considerable attention across the world, including in Scandinavia. In Sweden, one of the first EU nations to recognize Palestine and one which has also been toying with the recognition of Western Sahara, several forces pushing for recognizing Somaliland have emerged.
A political standoff in Zimbabwe, where the country's 93-year-old leader was dismissed last week, shows no signs of abating.
On Monday Zanu-PF, the ruling party of Zimbabwe, decided to continue the process of impeachment of President Robert Mugabe who previously refused to resign. Anthoni van Nieuwkerk, associate professor at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, told Radio Sputnik that the situation may spin out of control if Mugabe tries to stay in power.
After Zimbabwe's president failed to resign at the demand of the Zimbabwean African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) on Monday, the party launched the motion to impeach him.
Zimbabwe's incumbent President was given until noon (10:00 GMT) by the country's ruling party Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) to step down or to face impeachment. After this term was expired, several actions have been made.
President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe agreed with the terms of his resignation, a draft copy of the statement was prepared earlier, CNN cited an unknown source as saying.
Several contracts on the investment in Sudan's mineral resources are expected to be signed during the official visit of Sudanese President Omar Bashir to Russia, a spokesman of the Sudanese Ministry of Minerals told Sputnik on Sunday.
Zimbabwe's embattled President Robert Mugabe has gone live on national TV without making mention of his house arrest or repeated calls for him to resign, only suggesting that he is aware of "concerns."
The crush occurred as humanitarian aid was being delivered near the tourist town in Morocco, local media reported Sunday.
The internal situation in Zimbabwe is deteriorating and seems to be a de facto coup. As President Mugabe struggles to stay in power, he may face impeachment.
The 93-year-old president is working on his resignation statement with the country's military, Reuters reported citing sources close to the negotiations.
According to Zimbabwe's Cyber Security Minister Patrick Chinamasa, ruling party Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF) has given President Robert Mugabe until noon (1000 GMT) on Monday to step down as President or face impeachment.
Police are investigating a collision between a shuttle and a truck.
While some people argue over who will eat the last slice of pizza, there are others who argue over kingdoms. Bir Tawil is a no man’s land in Africa, and there are a bunch of people from around the world who believe that they are the rightful owners of this land.
Previously, Zimbabwe's ruling party has called on Mugabe to step down.
The unrest in Zimbabwe seems to be far from over amid media reports suggesting that President Mugabe has refused to resign.
US President Donald Trump in a statement posted on social media said that he will review conservation facts before making a decision related to importing big game trophies.
Zimbabwe's ruling party Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF) calls on the country's president, Robert Mugabe, to resign amid ongoing political crisis in the country, local media reported Friday.
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