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Cyclone Idai, the worst ever disaster to hit the southern hemisphere, has ravaged almost everything that crossed its path, as it ripped through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, affecting millions of people.

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The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission accused the country's troops of using “systematic torture” against the protesters, who took to streets in the capital, Harare, last week after a sharp hike in fuel prices.

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American plane-maker Boeing has grounded its entire fleet of 737 Max aircraft amid bans by scores of nations in the wake of fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people on board.

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In an impassioned address at New Zealand’s parliament, PM Jacinda Ardern said she will never mention the name of the Christchurch attack accused, as he sought notoriety with the act of terror.

Lawmakers voted down British PM Theresa May's deal by  391 to 242.

British MPs torpedoed PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal for the second time on Wednesday, putting the U.K. on course to either delay its divorce from the EU or crash out of the bloc without a deal.

  • The freshly negotiated legal add-on to the Brexit deal could, however, do little to sway the Labors, as indicated by their leader Jeremy Corbyn, who described the changes as far short of what British PM had pledged.

  • Dutch PM Mark Rutte called the U.K. a “waning country,” warning that its exit from the European Union would leave it “too small” to flourish on the world stage and that “there is no such thing as splendid isolation.”

  • The amendment by Labor Party aims to grab control of Brexit proceedings from a beleaguered Theresa May, whose withdrawal agreement with the EU was trounced with a historic margin in the House of Commons.

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The offensive, targeting the elite Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, killed 11 pro-government fighters while the Syrian media claimed that several “hostile targets” were shot down by the country’s air defenses.

Paul Manafort faces sentencing in another case next week over illegal lobbying.

A U.S. court sentenced President Donald Trump's ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort to 47 months in prison for financial crimes that involved tax fraud, bank fraud and hiding income from political consultation to Ukraine.