Philippines Duterte lashes out at EU on UN expulsion threat Play

Philippines Duterte lashes out at EU on UN expulsion threat

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out at the European Union on 12 October after some of its lawmakers warned Manila it could lose its UN membership over his war on drugs. The firebrand leader has also ordered all the EU diplomats to leave his country within 24 hours over their criticism of his bloody campaign. Oct 13, 2017
Shocking video shows Miami Dolphins coach Chris Foerster snorting white powder Play

Shocking video shows Miami Dolphins coach Chris Foerster snorting white powder

The video was reportedly sent by Foerster to Kijuana Nige, who then posted the clip on Facebook. In the video, Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster can be seen snorting three white lines before going to a meeting, and reminiscing about previous times he had taken the drugs. The Miami Dolphins have released a statement saying they are aware of the video. Oct 9, 2017
Egypt makes World Cup for first time In 28 years Play

Egypt makes World Cup for first time In 28 years

Egypt have qualified for the football World Cup for the first time since 1990.Mohamed Salahs injury-time penalty gave them a 2-1 win against Congo, making them the second African team after Nigeria to secure a place in next years tournament in Russia. Oct 9, 2017
Cameroon soldiers beat separatist protesters Play

Cameroon soldiers beat separatist protesters

Exclusive footage sent to IBTimes UK from sources in Cameroon appears to show soldiers dragging, beating and taking protesters. Cameroons English-speaking areas held rallies marking the 56th anniversary of the incorporation of Anglophone regions into the country. Both the Northwest and Southwest regions have been rocked by anti-government protests and strikes for months. Oct 5, 2017
Cameroon: 17 killed by police during separatist marches Play

Cameroon: 17 killed by police during separatist marches

Police have shot dead 17 people, some by military helicopter, during a large separatist rally in Bamenda, Cameroon. Calls have increased across Cameroon for the country to be divided into separate states for the English-speaking and the French-speaking. Many English-speakers claim they face discrimination from the Francophone government, led by President Paul Biya. Oct 3, 2017