Florida election officials are expected to announce soon whether hotly-contested midterm election races for the U.S. Senate and governor will be subject to recounts after unofficial tallies were submitted Saturday. The contentious U.S. Senate race between Republican Governor Rick Scott and incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson has Scott ahead by about 15,000 votes, a lead of less than 0.25 percent. The governor's race between Republican former congressman Ron DeSantis and Democratic Tallahassee… Read Full Article
Hundreds enter a Tehran stadium, in what could be an end to decades of exclusion from top matches.
The death toll from Friday's car bomb blasts in Somalia's capital has climbed to 52, according to admission records from five hospitals. Somali security officials who responded to the attack say four militants entered the hotel and went to the roof, firing on people down below. They said the security forces eventually killed the assailants and rescued dozens of people from hotel rooms. The militant group al-Shabab, which has waged an insurgency for more than 10 years, claimed responsibility… Read Full Article
President Filipe Nyusi opens a Chinese-built suspension bridge worth more than $750m across Maputo Bay.
England give up a 15-point lead as New Zealand fight back to clinch a 16-15 victory at a rain-drenched Twickenham.
In Uganda, officials have stepped up measures to prevent an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus. Ebola has infected 319 people in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo since August, killing 198. The border between the countries remains open, and health experts fear the virus will enter Uganda through the cross-border traffic. The Lamia River marks the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ebola-infected North Kivu Province and Uganda. Despite the deadly viral… Read Full Article
The UK must "pause" before doing something "irrevocably stupid" over Brexit, says Jo Johnson.
U.S. President Donald Trump's suspension of asylum rights for immigrants illegally trying to enter the U.S. took effect Saturday, but some 4,000 Central American migrants remain undeterred as they continue their trek toward the U.S. Trump signed a proclamation Friday tightening the U.S.-Mexico border, maintaining the illegal entry of immigrants across the southern border is harmful to the national interests of the U.S. Still, a caravan of nearly 4,000 Central American migrants left a… Read Full Article
The leaders unveiled a joint plaque to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.