Ministers of six nations adjourn in Switzerland after 17 hours but hoping to reach framework for agreement on Wednesday
Police say an armed prisoner who was on the run in a stolen car, after escaping from a suburban DC hospital, has been captured in Washington on Tuesday. The prisoner, accused bank robber Wossen Assaye, 42, broke free from a private security guard at the Inova Fairfax Medical Campus in Falls Church, Virginia, and fled with the guard’s weapon, the Fairfax County police department said on its Twitter account Continue reading…
Nigeria’s All Progressives Congress (APC) say the country is witnessing history after the opposition party claimed victory in the presidential elections on Tuesday. APC spokesman Lai Mohammed says the election, in which Muhammadu Buharihad beat president Goodluck Jonathan, marks the first time the country has voted a sitting government out of power using ‘purely democratic means’ Continue reading…
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Canadian police have charged a man in the death of two young brothers who were asphyxiated by a python at his home.
Jean-Claude Savoie was charged with criminal negligence causing death, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced on Tuesday. The charge carries a possible life sentence.
72-year-old former military ruler defeats incumbent Goodluck Jonathan, marking only eighth time in sub-Saharan Africa challenger unseats incumbent at the polls
More than two dozen people in al-Mazraq camp were killed in an apparent air strike by the Saudi-led coalition that is fighting Houthi rebel
Commander of US Pacific fleet says China is building artificial land in disputed waters by pumping sand on to live coral reefs and paving them with concrete
Presidential election winner, who put hundreds of people behind bars after taking power in 1980s coup, has persuaded voters he is a changed man
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Email sent by Germanwings co-pilot in 2009 revealed as Lufthansa confirms insurers have set aside $300m to cover costs
The co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings passenger plane informed a Lufthansa flight school in 2009 that he had experienced “a serious depressive episode”, the company said on Tuesday, as it confirmed insurers had set aside $300m (£202m) to cover costs.
Earlier on Tuesday, Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings, said a note in which Andreas Lubitz mentioned his mental state was found in emails that he had sent to its Arizona flight school when he resumed his training after an interruption. The airline said it provided the documents to prosecutors and declined to make any further comment.