Modern slavery in the UK is "far more prevalent than previously thought"
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NK says a plan to fire missiles near the US territory of Guam will be ready by mid-August
Kenya's opposition claims presidential election results were manipulated by hackers.
US Sends "Strong Message" to North Korea as Pyongyang threatens to strike Guam.
South African President Zuma narrowly survives latest vote of no-confidence
People are voting in Kenya amid fears that the result could trigger communal violence
South African MPs to vote in secret to decide President Zuma's fate
Chinese and North Korean foreign ministers meet at an Asia-Pacific summit.
Rebels attempt an uprising in Valencia 160km west of the capital, Caracas
The Chinese foreign minister asks North Korea to make a smart decision and halt tests
The British UN ambassador on why North Korea's recent missile tests went too far.
Supporters of Rwanda's President have been celebrating his landslide re-election.
President Maduro welcomes a disputed new constituent assembly amid protests
Members of Venezuela's new constituent assembly are due to be sworn in.
Who, if anyone, can broker peace in Venezuela?
Venezuela's chief prosecutor opens an investigation into election fraud
The company providing Venezuela's voting system says the turn-out figure is inflated.
"We're not your enemy" the US Secretary Of State tells North Korea
Two major opponents of Venezuela's president are taken back to prison in night-time raids
Nearly five hundred people accused of involvement in last year's failed coup go on trial.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired