Nnamdi Kanu is on bail after spending a year-and-a-half in jail without trial accused of treason over his campaign for a state of Biafra to break away from Nigeria.
The music student left Syria and crossed eight countries carrying the instrument on his back.
They were seen rushing out of a side entrance of an overcrowded jail.
A university in Florida honours the teenager whose death at the hands of a neighbour made global headlines.
Activists protest against France's presidential candidates, blocking access to the Lycée Voltaire.
As Iranians prepare to choose their next president, the economy is emerging as a critical issue.
Little sympathy in Ukraine for a Russian official's daughter bitten by a dog in Crimea.
A Hong Kong animal lover is offering a sizeable sum for the return of a pair of protected birds.
The EU Commission chief chooses French because English "is losing importance in Europe".
A student crawled through air ducts at university to steal the paper from the instructor's office.
The satellite, funded by India, will help South Asian nations boost their communication services.
It is the final day of campaigning for Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron ahead of Sunday's vote.
Three athletes will attempt to run a sub two-hour marathon in controlled conditions - is it sporting excellence or a marketing gimmick?
Troops exchanged fire as a Pakistani census team visited villages along the disputed border.
A US woman says she developed ovarian cancer after 40 years using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder.
The brutal gang rape led to nationwide outrage and new anti-rape laws.
The two sold 180 bags of rice donated for people displaced by Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
The C919 aircraft is a key symbol of the country's ambitions to enter the global aviation market.
The couple of over 30 years were honoured together on the Walk of Fame.
An inquiry is ordered after officers tell senior policeman confiscated alcohol was drunk by rats.
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