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IS-linked gunman takes hostages at French supermarket

A gunman with suspected links to Islamic State has reportedly shot at police and taken eight people hostage in a supermarket in France.

British diplomats seen leaving Moscow

The convoy is believed to consist of the diplomats which the Russian government ordered to leave the country.

Facebook data breach: Zuckerberg responds with apology

Facebook founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg has finally responded to the scandal engulfing his billion-dollar company - with an apology.

Dapchi girls returned but warned not to return to school

The girls kidnapped last month in Nigeria have been returned by the kidnappers, but with conditions.

Tanzania 'not a dictatorship' police say as they threaten to 'cripple' protesters

Police in Tanzania have denied that the country is a dictatorship and vowed to "cripple" anyone who protested against President John Magufuli.

Facebook shares slide as Cambridge Analytica fallout spreads

Social media giant Facebook has seen its shares plunge two percent over the last two days as the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica data breach continues.

Myanmar president resigns with immediate effect

Myanmar President Htin Kyaw has resigned with immediate effect in order to "rest from the current duties and responsibilities", his office said in a statement.

Uber 'banned' in Egypt

A court reportedly accepted a petition requesting the Egyptian government to stop issuing licenses to Uber and Careem in the country on Tuesday, the report says.

Ex-French President Sarkozy in police custody

Former President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy has been taken into police custody following allegations his presidential campaign benefited from illicit funds.

Self-drive Uber car kills woman crossing the road

A woman has died after being hit and killed by an Uber self-driving car in Arizona, in the United States of America.

Pope calls prostitution 'crime against humanity'

Pope Francis has called the exploitation of women for prostitution a "crime against humanity" and on behalf of Catholic men, begged society for forgiveness.
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