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Banks readying to leave Brexit Britain: lobby group

International banks based in Britain are readying to relocate some operations outside of the country in 2017, fearing post-Brexit uncertainty, the director of a powerful banking lobby said Sunday.

Bollywood film set to screen after Pakistani actor ban

A top Bollywood movie mired in controversy for featuring a Pakistani actor will open as scheduled in India after an industry body agreed to ban actors from across the border in future.
Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump reads from a teleprompter as he addresses a campaign rally in Newtown

Trump to lay out what he would do in first 100 days if elected president

U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will lay out on Saturday what he would do in the first 100 days of his administration should he win the November 8 election.
People shop at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa

Combat rages in Yemen as UN seeks to extend 72-hour ceasefire

Saudi-backed government forces and Iran-allied Houthis in Yemen accused each other of violating a three-day ceasefire on Saturday as the United Nations sought to quell persistent fighting by extending the truce.

Senior Egypt military officer shot dead near Cairo

A senior Egyptian army officer was shot dead outside his home in a Cairo suburb on Saturday, a military official and a relative said.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe addresses the decision making body of his ruling ZANU PF party in Harare

Zimbabwe's Mugabe skirts retirement talk at burial of friend

Zimbabwe's veteran President Robert Mugabe on Saturday avoided the controversial subject of his future as he buried a senior political colleague and friend who had been pressing him to retire.

Germany refuses to print new bond notes for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is scrambling to find someone to print the country’s new bond notes after a German company rejected a request to help.

Zimbabwe gears for protests now ban is over

Mass protests are being planned in Zimbabwe by opposition parties following the expiry of a ban against demonstrations there.

Ivory Coast arrests opponents of proposed constitution

Ivory Coast police fired tear gas and arrested several political leaders Thursday at a protest in the capital Abidjan against a proposed new constitution, according to an AFP journalist.

Drought, hunger add to South Sudan's woes

A serious food crisis in the north of South Sudan is reaching critical levels, as a biting drought across much of east Africa serves up even more woes for the troubled country.