Mali Islamists say still waging war, dismiss ceasefire report

by www.reuters.com
BAMAKO (Reuters) - An al Qaeda-linked militant group has said it is still waging war in Mali, dismissing a report that it had agreed a ceasefire as "completely baseless".
Read Full Article On www.reuters.com
Latest
A white nationalist wanted for crimes authorities say were committed on the campus of the University of Virginia a day before a deadly rally has said he will turn himself in to authorities
Turkey's prime minister said Wednesday he wants to double trade volume with Vietnam to $4 billion in the next three years as his country seeks to boost cooperation with the Southeast Asian country
A Taliban suicide bomber killed five civilians and wounded 25 others in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, an official said
Islamic group Boko Haram uses more and more children, mostly girls, as "human bombs" in northeastern Nigeria, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said in Geneva, cited by the France press. Acc
US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona, that his aggressive rhetoric aimed at North Korea is working, and that his colleague, Kim Jon-un, "starts to" respect the United States.
Moroccan authorities have arrested two people suspected of links to the alleged perpetrators of the van attack that killed 13 people in the Spanish city of Barcelona, state TV channel 2M reported on T
There is no basis in international law or domestic law for the spouse of a head of state to claim - as a right - some form of immunity when visiting a foreign state.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Stan Lee was the subject of a love fest Tuesday night, as actors, directors, artists and illustrators lauded the Marvel Comics legend for creating a vast ......
ANC MPs resolved to call Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane to explain his relationship with the Gupta family "now".
LAGOS (Reuters) - The first meeting of Nigeria's cabinet since the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from three months of medical leave in Britain has been canceled, his spokesman said on Wednesday
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finnish police are uncertain whether they have the real identity of the main suspect detained on suspicion of killing two people in a stabbing last week, the lead investigator int
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - An old review of an academic monograph on agrarian revolutionaries in 1930s China is hardly a political third rail in Beijing today, even by the increasingly sensitive standards o
US Defense Secretary James Mattis meets with Iraqi PM Haidar al-Abadi in Baghdad  
The British Minister for Europe and the Americas, Sir Alan Duncan, strongly condemned the decision from the Venezuela Constituent Assembly announcing it will take over the esta
Extraordinary is a word often used for a successful woman, and yet every day I meet women who change the world around them without fame or fortune.
The UK will no longer be under the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) after Brexit, a government policy paper will say. Ministers say they want a "spe
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt expressed its regret on Wednesday over a United States decision to deny it $95.7 million in aid and to delay a further $195 million, adding that it may have a negative impact o
Typhoon Hato, a maximum category 10 storm, slammed into Hong Kong on Wednesday lashing the Asian financial hub with destructive winds and waves which uprooted trees, flooded streets and forced most bu
‘May the pope help us prevent Trump from launching his troops and invading Venezuela,’ embattled president says
KABUL - A Taliban suicide car bomber targeted a military convoy in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province on Wednesday, killing at least seven people, a provincial official said. The attack comes ju
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will work from home after rodents damaged his official office during a more than 100-day overseas medical absence
BERLIN (Reuters) - Alarmed by the rise of unpredictable strongmen around the world, Angela Merkel feels she must do more to defend the Western order on which Germany depends.
Pentagon had started transferring small arms, vehicles in May
TOKYO - The commander of the Navy's Asia-based 7th Fleet was dismissed Wednesday after a series of warship accidents raised questions about its operations in the Pacific. A two-sentence statement iss
There is growing worry about teenage moms who do not complete their schooling. Nearly a third of women have children before they reach the age of 20
The Scottish and Welsh first ministers have agreed to work together on amendments to the Brexit repeal Bill which they said is an “unashamed move to centralize decision-makin
The president takes aim at opponents at an Arizona rally but misquotes his Charlottesville response.
Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille handed over 50 beds to the Saartjie Baartman Centre for abused women and children.
Suspicion is growing about the legitimacy of the Swiss-based company called Charles King SA that bought the Gupta's mining unit Tegeta.
The commander of U.S. Pacific Fleet, dismissed Aucoin "due to a loss of confidence."              
North Korea revealed plans for the development of its missile programme on Wednesday, as leader Kim Jong-Un ordered stepped-up production of rocket engines and intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A man who pointed a fake gun at police at a Florida airport, urging officers to kill him, has been sentenced to 10 months in jail. Court documents show that Michael Pettigrew w
The system processes requests as fast as it receives them

Recent News

Could organisations be doing more to implement BYOD policies in the workplace?

The bring your own device movement has quickly grown in popularity across organisations worldwide.
Read Full Story

‘Tips for getting your cloud in shape’

Cloud optimisation is a must after for today's organisations.
Read Full Story

Walmart and Google to offer voice-enabled shopping

Step aside Amazon Alexa - soon you will be able to order Walmart products using Google Assistant.
Read Full Story

DoJ narrows Trump protesters data demand

The move follows an outcry over the request to DreamHost, which some argued damaged people's privacy.
Read Full Story

Citizens against bigger migration quota

An August poll suggests that 72 percent of Estonian citizens do not deem it necessary to increase the country’s immigration quota. The survey also found that 63 percent of people believe Estonia doe
Read Full Story

Ukraine celebrating National Flag Day

Today, August 23, Ukraine is celebrating Day of the National Flag.
Read Full Story

Popular America