Two people died in clashes in western Kenya after the top court in the nation upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential election.
The deaths occurred Saturday in Kisumu, the stronghold of his chief rival, Raila Odinga. At least 22 others were hospitalized, the Kenya Red Cross said.
Most of the casualties suffered gunshot wounds, said Abbas Gullet, chief of the local Red CrossFULL STORY
An appeals court in Bahrain has overturned the conviction of 21 medics for their role in anti-government protests two years ago.
Prosecutors had convicted about two dozen medics on misdemeanor charges, saying they had turned the Salmaniya Medical Center in the capital Manama into "a place of illegal gatherings and strikes, in violation of laws" during the protests.FULL STORY
Five South African military members died in a helicopter crash while on an anti-rhino poaching mission, the nation's state broadcaster said Sunday.
The crash happened Saturday eveningÂ at Kruger National Park, according to South African Broadcasting Corp.
There are indications that the man believed to have killed the head of the Colorado prison system this month may have been released from prison early because of a clerical error.
Evan Ebel entered the Department of Corrections in February, 2005, sentenced to three years in prison on robbery and menacing charges. In June 2005, facing more charges, Ebel was sentenced to eight years for assault and three more years for menacing, both concurrent to the original sentence, meaning he could get out in eight years total, in 2013.FULL STORY