Étienne Tshisekedi, a cunning and relentless Congolese opposition leader who was a thorn in the side of his country’s big men for decades, died on Wednesday in Brussels.
Jetlagged and jittery, Hass walks through the arrivals door at John F. Kennedy International Airport — eyes darting left and right, scanning the sea of strange faces in front of him.
Over the years, scientists have come up with a lot of ideas about why we sleep. Some have argued that it’s a way to save energy. Others have suggested that slumber provides an opportunity to clear away the brain’s cellular waste.
For a very long time, if you asked United States government officials their view on the value of the dollar, they would almost certainly decline to answer. “The currency is the purview of the Treasury secretary,” they’d say.
Former Leeds and England captain Kevin Sinfield is playing down his role of peacemaker but admits to having enjoyed some success in bringing a halt to rugby league’s civil war.
Tim Sheens has no time for snobbery as he prepares to make his bow as a club coach in England at the ripe old age of 66.
Aidy Boothroyd has been appointed as England Under-21 manager.
(CNN)A crippling Internet shutdown is entering a third week in the English-speaking region of Cameroon. The government suspended services for Southwest and Northwest province after a series of protests that resulted in violence and the arrest of community leaders.
Wigan have confirmed they will retain their dual registration link with the Swinton Lions this season.