Zimbabwe president ‘appalled’ by beatings in Sky News reportZimbabwe’s president has said he is “appalled” after seeing reports by Sky News of police and soldiers beating civilians during protests.
Saudi tournament golfers ‘ventriloquists for abhorrent regime’Golfers playing in a new Saudi Arabian tournament have become “ventriloquists for an abhorrent regime”, a former pro has claimed.
Nissan faces probe in US over executive payThe US Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Nissan over executive pay, the automaker has said.
15 dead as mudslide devastates hotel during wedding partyAt least 15 people have been killed after a mudslide crashed into a hotel during wedding celebrations in Peru, authorities have confirmed.
Venezuela’s opposition leader orders more protestsVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has called on people to protest in the streets again as he continues to challenge President Nicolas Maduro’s legitimacy as the country’s leader.
Daylight beatings instil fear in ‘lawless’ ZimbabweWe caught a glimpse of the “new Zimbabwe” as we were heading towards Harare’s southern suburbs for an interview.
Man clings to speeding car for three miles in road rage rowA man clung to the bonnet of a speeding car for three miles after an alleged road rage row in the US.
Military could decide final outcome in VenezuelaThere is almost cultish affection for the youthful leader of Venezuela’s opposition, Juan Guaido, and when he arrives at one of the small rallies to explain the latest thinking of the movement, he is mobbed.
Manhunt for gunman, 21, who killed girlfriend and parentsAn “armed and dangerous” man is being hunted after five people, including his own parents and his girlfriend, were shot dead in separate slayings on Saturday.