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His presence at Monday's talks raises the chances of a deal to end the Afghan conflict, experts say.
President Ramaphosa wants corruption cases to be fast-tracked so proceeds can be recovered quickly.
Huawei unveils a foldable phone that has several advantages over Samsung's
A man on a flight from Bangladesh to Dubai tried to storm the cockpit, local media report.
Some 100,000 people are expected to attend 450 film screenings at the Fespaco festival in Burkina Faso.
Pope Francis condemns child sex abuse in strong terms, as he closes a Church summit on paedophilia.
Amid bloody violence, the Venezuelan opposition leader asks other nations to consider "all measures".
The Archbishop of Brisbane says the Church's moral authority has been massively damaged by child abuse scandals.
The actress was accompanied by her pet as she attended an award ceremony in Santa Monica, California.
President Macky Sall is seeking a second term and faces four challengers in his bid.
More civilians were killed last year in Afghanistan than at any time since records began, the UN says.
If Beale Street Could Talk was the big winner at the Independent Spirit Awards.
Princess Rima bint Bandar al-Saud will become the country's first woman to lead a diplomatic mission.
The Academy Awards are making a few changes in an effort to stop the ratings from falling further.
An estimated 500,000 animals have died in a flood disaster in Queensland, crippling local graziers.
Two candidates in Ukrainian presidential election have the same name. Some suspect it's a trick to confuse voters.
Greece has long denied that it has a Macedonian minority. Will this now change, asks Maria Margaronis?
Period. End of Sentence. looks at how one Indian village fought back against menstruation taboos.
Photographer Tariq Zaidi visited North Korea and tried to capture the candid moments between families.
The North Korean leader is set to meet US President Donald Trump on February 27-28.