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One of the world's oldest spiritual belief systems has attracted new followers since the fall of the Soviet Union.
President Bashir wins 94 percent majority in a vote boycotted by opposition parties and criticised internationally.
Unrest for second day as Nkurunziza's move to stand for a third term is dismissed by opponents as unconstitutional.
World number one wins seventh LPGA title as she beats American Pressel in the playoff two days after turning 18.
Family of one victim of xenophobic rage whose murder in Johannesburg was caught on camera tells of loss.
We meet Chinese conservationists working to protect the world's only freshwater porpoise from extinction.
Tonnes of aid material reaches Kathmandu airport as relief and rescue operation under way as death toll crosses 3700.
Omar al-Bashir, who faces war-crimes charges, declared winner by election commission, extending his 25-year rule.
Rainfall has dropped by 30 percent since 1998 in the West African country, leaving nearly 2 million in need of food aid.
Malaysian badminton player will be free to compete from Friday after testing positive for dexamethasone last year.
Women and children killed in attacks in Idlib, activists say, as Israel carries out air strikes along its Syria border.
Scores 27 points and grabs 10 rebounds but Cavaliers suffer potential loss of Love with dislocated left shoulder.
Tremendous force builds up as two large tectonic plates are being forced up against and under each other.
Israel has arrested a Syrian Druze man who documented contact between Israel and al-Nusra Front.
Rajapaksa says his election defeat was a conspiracy as parliament prepares to debate bill limiting presidential powers.
Mustafa Akinci, who promised to press for peace deal in ethnically split nation, wins presidential election run-off.
Central Asian country's president has secured new five-year term, poll body says, in absence of any real opposition.
Dramatic footage emerges showing wall of snow hitting camp, as toll from Nepal's worst earthquake in decades hits 2,500.
Families ask president Joko Widodo for mercy, days before their relatives are set to face firing squad for drug crimes.