U.S. presidential election: Voting intensifies

Voting has started in the United States of America to elect a new president who will lead the country for the next four years.

Witness bribing: ICC declares DR Congo's Bemba guilty

Former Congolese Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba has been found guilty by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of bribing witnesses.

Bemba was found guilty earlier this year of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and jailed for 18 years.

U.S. presidential debate: Trump won't commit to accept poll result


Republican Donald Trump has refused to commit to accepting the election result if he loses, in the final TV debate against Hillary Clinton.

"I will tell you at the time," he told moderator Chris Wallace. For days he has claimed the election is "rigged".

What makes woman with biggest boobs happy

Netherlands’ amateur model, Haruhi Miwako, has the biggest boobs on social media. The mind-blogging size of Miwako’s boobs seems to have carved a niche for her in the society as men across the world storm her page and website to feed their inqusitive eyes. From reports, her boobs are natural.

What pastors, husband did to wife in church

A Facebook user named Patricia Uju posted story of the horrible treatment a wife received from her husband and two Pastors in her church that is making waves online.

Undergraduates in South Africa strip to protest

Some students of University of Witwatersrand in South Africa have stripped naked to protest their high tuition fee.

Woman strips during service

An unidentified woman stripped during service on Sunday, October 3.

‘How I was raped by two women’


The man who was raped by the women in South Africa has shared his story on


Pope warns against ideological colonization

Pope Francis has reaffirmed his disagreement with teaching gender identity in schools on Sunday, after earlier calling it a "war against marriage."

Mali Islamist jailed for nine years for Timbuktu shrine attacks


The International Criminal Court has sentenced an Islamist militant who destroyed ancient shrines in Timbuktu to nine years in jail.


Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi admitted to leading rebel forces who destroyed historic mausoleums at the world heritage site in Mali in 2012.