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Google Play app store accused of anti-gay bias

Google said it didn't comment on individual apps but denied it was was anti-LGBT.

Nigeria ordered to pay $9 billion to small gas firm

Firm first awarded $6.6bn in 2017, but a London court has now added $2.4bn in interest.

North Korea rejects peace talks with South Korea

North Korea has faced international sanctions for its development of nuclear weapons.

Zimbabwe opposition defiant as police ban protest

MDC party insists it will go ahead as it complied with the law by notifying the authorities.

Facebook weeds out fake news in African languages

Stories deemed false will appear further down in Facebook users' newsfeeds.

Trump suggests 'personal meeting' with China's Xi

Trump said he had "ZERO doubt" that Xi could "humanely solve the Hong Kong problem".

Ex-Chancellor accuses UK PM of Brexit 'wrecking'

Leaving the EU without a deal would be 'a betrayal' of the referendum result, Hammond warns.

How an apostrophe meant an extra holiday in Ghana

Since the holiday this year happened to fall on a Sunday, it was celebrated the following day.

The Kenyan dance parties where men are banned

Kenya has been in the spotlight recently with some well publicised cases of rape.

US financier Jeffrey Epstein 'found dead in cell'

Wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

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