BBC news with Steward Macintosh.
Police forces across Europe are hunting a 24 year-old Tunisian man in connection with the Berlin lottery attack. Officials in Germany say Annelis Amery could be under dangerous. He had been suspected for planning to commit series of crime before the attack on the Christmas market.
An examination of Satellite imagery and for insecure investigation of bomb creators has revealed that artillery unites in Russia regularly targeted at Ukraine military positions during the early part of conflict in eastern Ukraine in 2014. The Russian government denies involvement.
The supreme court in Gambia will hear President Yahya Jammeh’s legal challenge to this month election results but not until January because there are not enough judges. The chief justice said new members from Nigeria and Serine Leon have been appointed but they won’t be in the country.
One of Brazilian biggest construction companies Odebrecht has admitted in a court of the United States to pay bribes to officials to secure contracts. The company and Brazilian petrochemical firm Petrobras has agreed to pay to at least 3.5 billion dollars to settle charges breaching foreign briberies.
Buses are evacuating the last remaining civilians from the rebel enclave in eastern Aleppo. The international committee of the Red Cross says it’s now boarded out all hospital patients and those needing medical care.
The authorities in Mexico have identified 13 of the 31 people killed in a series of explosions in the country’s biggest fireworks market on Tuesday. The Mexico state prosecutor said some are so badly charred that neither their age nor the gender could be immediately identified.
The outgoing president of Ghana John Mahama has been criticized for making appointments to key public institutions less than three weeks before he leaves office. A law suit has been filed to stop giving out any further jobs.