China ranks fifth among 38 nations globally in standards of cyber governance, a top state-backed internet think tank said on Monday, calling for democratic internet governance system to eradicate inequalities it said marginalised developing nations.
Former militants were recruited by the Democratic Republic of Congo government for a bloody crackdown on protests against the president that left dozens of people dead in 2016, a rights group alleged Monday.
Former Egyptian Premier, Ahmed Shafik, said on Sunday he was still considering his presidential bid and exploring the idea further now that he is in Egypt, according to a televised interview on Sunday in which he denied authorities had kidnapped him.
Secretary General of Zimbabwe's main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), Douglas Mwonzora, has echoed the sentiments of skeptics about the country's future under new President, Emmerson Mnangagwa's leadership.
Theresa May hopes to break the Brexit talks deadlock on Monday with a new offer on divorce settlements at a crunch meeting with European Union officials, as some of her party members urge her to walk away unless there is progress.