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Jane Onyanga-Omara

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Recent articles by Jane:

5 held in Strasbourg Christmas market attack, gunman remains at large

Senior French official Laurent Nunez said the attacker - a former prison inmate who has been identified as a suspected extremist - could have fled to nearby Germany. → Read More

Pilot on previous Lion Air flight requested to return to airport day before deadly crash

New details about the crashed Lion Air’s jet previous flight cast doubt on the Indonesian airline’s claim to have fixed technical problems. → Read More

US Navy helicopter crashes on USS Ronald Reagan off Philippines; sailors hurt

The Navy said the injured were in stable condition for non-life threatening injuries ranging from minor abrasions and lacerations to fractures. → Read More

Astronauts in good condition after emergency landing, NASA says

The astronauts were due to dock at the International Space Station, but the Soyuz booster suffered engine failure minutes after the launch. → Read More

Pope Francis compares abortion to hiring a hit man to solve problems

“Is it fair to hire a hit man to solve a problem? It is not fair. We cannot take out a human being, even if it is small," the pontiff said. → Read More

American-Israeli fatally stabbed by Palestinian teen in occupied West Bank

A prominent American-born Israeli settler was stabbed to death by a Palestinian teenager outside a shopping mall in the occupied West Bank on Sunday. The dead man, Ari Fuld, 45, was well-known by settlers as an outspoken Israel advocate on social media. → Read More

Typhoon Mangkhut kills at least 69; dozens buried in landslide in Philippines presumed dead

Dozens of people who were in a chapel that was buried in a massive landslide set off by Typhoon Mangkhut are unlikely to be found alive, a Philippine mayor said Monday, as rescuers continued to dig through mud and debris. → Read More

Pope Francis summons bishops to Vatican for summit on preventing sex abuse

The meeting, on February 21-24, is believed to be the first of its kind. → Read More

Pope Francis summons bishops to Vatican for summit on preventing sex abuse

The meeting, on February 21-24, is believed to be the first of its kind. → Read More

Pope Francis summons bishops to Vatican for summit on preventing sex abuse

Pope Francis has summoned the presidents of Catholic bishops conferences worldwide to the Vatican in February to discuss how to stop clergy from sexually abusing children. → Read More

Vladimir Putin: 'Nothing criminal' about suspects in Novichok nerve agent poisoning

Vladimir Putin said his country has identified the two men that Britain says allegedly poisoned a former spy and his daughter with a nerve agent. → Read More

7 wounded in Paris attack; no terrorism suspected

A man with a knife and metal bar injured seven people in a rampage in Paris Sunday. Authorities say terrorism is not suspected at this time. → Read More

7 wounded in Paris attack; no terrorism suspected

A man with a knife and metal bar injured seven people in a rampage in Paris Sunday. Authorities say terrorism is not suspected at this time. → Read More

7 wounded in Paris attack; no terrorism suspected

A man armed with a knife and a metal bar wounded seven people – four of them seriously – when he went on a rampage in central Paris late Sunday. Authorities say that terrorism is not suspected at this time. → Read More

UK security minister blames Russian President Vladimir Putin for Novichok nerve agent attack

British authorities have charged two Russian men known to investigators as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov over the attack in March. Security Minister Ben Wallace told the BBC that Putin bore responsibility for the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. → Read More

UK Prime Minister: Nerve-agent poisoning suspects were Russian spies

The suspects, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, charged in absentia with conspiracy to murder, attempted murder and use of nerve agent Novichok. → Read More

Monica Lewinsky storms offstage in Israel after ‘off-limits’ Bill Clinton question

Israeli news anchor Yonit Levi asked Lewinsky whether she still expected a personal apology from Clinton over the fallout from the scandal of their affair 20 years ago. → Read More

1 dead, two wounded in Paris knife attack

A man with a knife reported attacked passersby Thursday morning, killing one and seriously injuring two others, before being shot by police near Paris. → Read More

One killed, 2 wounded in Paris knife attack, reports say

BFM-TV reported that the man attacked people with a knife in the western Parisian suburb of Trappes and sheltered in a house before he was shot by police. → Read More

China's military is 'likely training for strikes' against US, Pentagon report says

The annual Military and Security Developments Involving the People's Republic of China 2018 report to Congress also said China’s air force "has been re-assigned a nuclear mission." → Read More