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Northern Ireland Election Verdict: Well-Run

 
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The Electoral Commission has published its report on the administration of the March 2017 Northern Ireland Assembly election. More than 812,000 votes were cast...

Happy Birthday, Pac-Man!

 
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22 May 1980: Japanese company Namco develops the arcade game Pac-Man. It has been one of the most famous games in the world since...

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Kenya: Subsidy for Unga Group

 
Ugali-hungry Kenyans will soon resume enjoying their appetising maize meal as the government has subsidised the price of maize flour.The Kenyan government has already...
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Kenya: Youth at Risk for Money

 
For a person to eat, they have to work hard. But with the rising cost of living in Kenya, not everyone has an option...
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Northern Ireland Election Verdict: Well-Run

 
The Electoral Commission has published its report on the administration of the March 2017 Northern Ireland Assembly election. More than 812,000 votes were cast...
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Cancer: Kenya’s Biggest Concern

 
Experts say that cancer is a collection of more than 200 diseases in which cells of an organ or tissues in the body become...
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World’s Hottest Chilli Grown by UK Farmer

 
The ‘world’s hottest chilli’ has been unveiled at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The dragon’s breath chilli, as it is known, is at...
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Kenya: State Refutes Anthrax Panic

 
State Department for Livestock in Kenya has refuted claims of an anthrax outbreak in the central region of the country.The Principal Secretary in the...
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500,000 children spend their time begging on the streets of Senegal. They are 4-15 years...
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The heartless-selfie craze attained a new height of human outrage with calls for prosecution of...
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Nigeria’s Suicide Bridge Claims Doctor

 

The Lagos Third Mainland Bridge in Nigeria’s bustling commercial capital is fast becoming a suicide...
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Gas Shortage in the Ivory Coast

 

There has been a shortage of butane gas since last week in the market of...
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Construction has begun on Africa’s tallest building with the laying of the foundation of a...
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Kenya: Fall Armyworm Crisis

 

Kenya is among east African countries that were infested by the dreaded fall armyworm at...
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Kenya: Live Snake Found in Cow Carcass

 

Kenyans are still in shock after a living snake was found in the body of...
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Badrinath Temple: Vishnu’s Resting Place

 

Out of all of the holy places, Badrinath is considered the most important for Hindus....
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Lesser Known Facts About Cats

 

Despite the fact that cats are associated with humans and live among them, we shape...
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Millions of African and Middle Eastern Children at Risk

 

Conflicts threaten the lives of over 24 million children in the Middle East and North...
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Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls Return

 

The 82 Chibok schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram were recently released and were reunited with their...
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Abidjan: Life Resumes After Mutiny

 

The economic capital of Abidjan and the main cities of Côte d'Ivoire have returned to...
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South Sudan: The World’s Fastest Growing Refugee Crisis

 

The rising rate of citizens moving out of crisis-constrained South Sudan to seek refuge in...
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Why is War Still Raging in Syria? (1)

 

Why has the war been going on in Syria for seven years now?Location: Syria is...
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Life Going Too Well? Get Low

 

Fascism is on the rise, an orange goblin has his finger on The Button, and...
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World’s Hottest Chilli Grown by UK Farmer

 

The ‘world’s hottest chilli’ has been unveiled at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The...
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Happy Birthday, Pac-Man!

 

22 May 1980: Japanese company Namco develops the arcade game Pac-Man. It has been one...
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World Rowing Cup I: 12 Chances for Medals

 

Great Britain has a chance to win 12 medals on the final day of the...
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The Tubelight Teaser is Making Twitter Go Crazy

 

Everyone is talking about it, maybe you are too, finally the mist awaited movie of...
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Kenya: How Money Can Ruin a Giving Heart

 

Money can easily make one opt out of any volunteering to help the needy. This...
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Blue Whale: the Killer Game

 

Everyone is talking about Blue Whale, the suicide game born in Russia that is now...
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Are You a Social(Media)ite Mum?

 

“Mums spend more time taking photographs and videos of their children to share on social...
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Kenya: Youth Digital Training Rolled Up

 

The Kenyan government is taking a different move to curb unemployment among its youth.Through the...
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Statelessness in the Ivory Coast

 

More than a million undocumented primary students will now have a birth certificate.The Ivorian Government...
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The growing rtrend of healthy living has increased public awareness on the side effects of...
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Reducing the Gap in ICT Infrastructure

 

The speed of accessing information and communication technologies (ICT) between societies in the developed and...
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Cancer: Kenya’s Biggest Concern

 

Experts say that cancer is a collection of more than 200 diseases in which cells...
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Ebola Alert in Kenya

 

Kenya is on high alert following the outbreak of ebola in the Democratic Republic of...
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Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

 

Nine suspected cases of people infected with the virus have already been reported in the...
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Northern Ireland Election Verdict: Well-Run

 

The Electoral Commission has published its report on the administration of the March 2017 Northern...
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Kenya: Hard-hitting Martha Karua Returns

 

Known as the Iron Lady of Kenyan politics due to her daring approach and intimidating...
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Kenya: Youth at Risk for Money

 

For a person to eat, they have to work hard. But with the rising cost...
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Kenya: Subsidy for Unga Group

 

Ugali-hungry Kenyans will soon resume enjoying their appetising maize meal as the government has subsidised...
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Legal Centre Wins Vital Case On Tribunal Costs

 

The Coram Children's Legal Centre (CCLC) brought a successful appeal to the Upper Tribunal on costs...
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First UK-China Freight Train Arrives Back in Yiwu

 

The freight service, East Wind, that passed through seven countries before arriving in London, has now...
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Life Hack: Know Your Personality Type

 

A 'life hack' is basic information that helps make living easier. Understanding personality types is...
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Assassination of Caesar: Some Facts from History

 

For centuries we’ve been told that two Roman senators called Brutus and Cassius masterminded the...
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Five Reasons Why Trump Is Good For America and the World

 

Yes, that is the headline and no, you have not found yourself on a white...
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