Biden trips and falls during graduation ceremony, recovers quickly
The 80-year-old U.S. president quickly got up on one knee helped by three people and walked back to his seat unassisted.As Biden was helped up, he pointed behind him, seeming to indicate what he tripped over.
WhatsApp fined for not deleting banned content
WhatsApp's parent company Meta Platforms Inc (META.O) was branded an "extremist" organisation by Moscow last year.
US questions Sudan parties' commitment to truce as clashes continue
The truce brought some reduction in fighting and gave space for limited humanitarian relief.
Museveni says Uganda won't be swayed after anti-LGBTQ law triggers aid cut threats
Museveni told his party's lawmakers that before signing the law that he had consulted widely to try to determine whether homosexuality was genetic and that he had been persuaded by experts that it was not and described it instead as "psychological disorientation."
South Africa mulls options on ICC arrest warrant for Putin
A member of the ICC, South Africa would theoretically be required to arrest Putin under the warrant issued in March by the court.
Regional force tackling east Congo violence extended to September
Doubts over its effectiveness grew in April after the force's head, Major General Jeff Nyagah, said he had resigned due to obstruction and threats to his safety.
Dutch forward Promes prosecuted for drug trafficking
Promes is currently also facing charges of assault in the Netherlands, after he was arrested in connection with a July 2020 stabbing in the Dutch town of AbcoudeIt later emerged that the alleged victim was Promes' cousin and the incident took place in a fight after a family party. Promes has d...
Bolt desperate for impactful role in track and field
The Jamaican, who dominated men's sprinting for nearly a decade after the 2008 Beijing Olympics, said he had found plenty to do to keep himself busy but was really keen to remain involved in sportAfter a decade of Bolt-inspired global dominance, Jamaica's men have failed to win a single track gold m...
Miami win Game 7 to thwart Celtics' comeback bid
Miami's Jimmy Butler, named the Eastern Conference Finals MVP, struggled in Game 6 but was back to his best on Monday with a game-high 28 points.Boston's Jayson Tatum was not fully fit and looked to be limping after twisting his ankle in the opening seconds.Miami became just the second eighth-seeded...
Nigeria's new President Tinubu promises economic reboot
Tinubu inherits a struggling economy with record debt, shortages of foreign exchange and fuel, a weak naira currency,