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Kenyans to enter South Africa visa-free from January

Kenyans to enter South Africa visa-free from January
By AP Nov. 9, 2022

A cue for success? Zimbabwe’s pool players are betting on it

Unable to further his education after finishing high school with low grades in 2019, Chisakarire struggled to find a job in Zimbabwe’s stressed industries.
By AP Dec. 28, 2022

Pelé, Brazil’s mighty king of ‘beautiful game,’ dies

He had been hospitalized for the last month with multiple ailments.
By AP Dec. 29, 2022

Despite concerns, US to send 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine

Biden said that in total European allies have agreed to send enough tanks to equip two Ukrainian tank battalions, or a total of 62 tanks.
By AP Jan. 25, 2023

Donald Trump to be allowed back on Facebook after 2-year ban

Responding to the news, Trump blasted Facebook’s original decision to suspend his account as he praised Truth Social.
By AP Jan. 26, 2023

Homosexuality not a crime - Pope Francis

“Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Francis said during an exclusive interview Tuesday with The Associated Press.
By AP Jan. 26, 2023

Kenya’s president criticizes court ruling on LGBTQ group...says country’s stance on same-sex marriage remained unchanged

The Supreme Court majority noted in its decision that same-sex marriages are illegal in Kenya.
By AP Mar. 2, 2023

Media: Ugandan minister shot and killed by bodyguard

The attacker, who has not been publicly identified, then turned the gun on himself, according to state broadcaster UBC and others.
By AP May. 2, 2023

Jury finds Trump liable for sexual abuse, awards accuser $5M

Trump chose not to attend the civil trial and was absent when the verdict was read.
By AP May. 9, 2023

Feature: Zim election date triggers hope, despair

Allegations of fraud, violence and harassment of opposition members have characterised elections held in Zimbabwe since independence from white minority rule in 1980.
By AP Jun. 12, 2023

Spiritual home of Zim Black cricket gets global recognition

Andy Flower, then Zimbabwe’s best player, took his father’s lead in identifying Highfield as crucial for cricket in the southern African nation, which was under white minority rule until 1980.
By AP Jul. 7, 2023

Zimbabwe's opposition leader says intimidation forcing voters to choose ruling party or death

Chamisa, who will challenge Mnangagwa and the ruling Zanu-PF party's 43-year hold on power in the August 23 presidential
By AP Aug. 4, 2023

Britney Spears’ husband files for divorce 14 months after they were married

Spears married Asghari at her home in Thousand Oaks, California, on June 9, 2022 in front of guests.
By AP Aug. 17, 2023

Michael Gambon, veteran actor who played Dumbledore in ‘Harry Potter’ films, dies at age 82

Gambon was always protective when it came to his private life. He married Anne Miller and they had one son, Fergus. He later had two sons with set designer Philippa Hart.
By AP Sep. 28, 2023

Iran’s president, foreign minister and others found dead at helicopter crash site

Iran has offered no cause for the crash nor suggested sabotage brought down the helicopter, which fell in mountainous terrain in a sudden, intense fog.
By AP May. 20, 2024

Spain, Ireland and Norway say they will recognize a Palestinian state.

Some 140 of the about 190 countries represented in the U.N. have already recognized a Palestinian state.
By AP May. 22, 2024

Man United wins the FA Cup after stunning Man City 2-1 in the final

The United captain hit a first-time no-look pass to Mainoo, who coolly slotted past Ortega.
By AP May. 25, 2024