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Swaziland Denies Any Law About Marrying 5 Wives

King Mswati of Swaziland has refuted as untrue, reports in the media saying he ordered men in his kingdom to marry more women or face jail sentences, describing the rumour as malicious and poisonous. The media was awash with news of the King’s command to men in his kingdom. But …

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BREAKING: Trump Signs Executive Order Banning Huawei

United States President, Donald Trump, Wednesday, signed an executive order barring American companies from using telecommunications equipment made by the Chinese telecoms giant, Huawei. There had been speculations that the president was poised to sign an executive order preventing U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment from firms that posed security …

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Cyber Horror: Teenage Girl Commits Suicide

The Police in Malaysia are investigating the death of a teenage girl who reportedly committed suicide after she asked her followers to choose death or life and 69 per cent of the responders voted for death The 16 year-old girl reportedly conducted the poll on her Instagram account. Police in …

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Sex-Strike Looms in United States Over Anti-abortion Bill in Alabama

Women activists are mobilizing for sex-strike in the United States to register their opposition to the anti-abortion bill passed by the Alabama Senate today. Seen as the most restrictive abortion bill in the country, it was sent to the governor’s desk Tuesday night, with the state’s Senate passing legislation that …

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Woman Resurrects After 27 Years in Coma

An Emirati woman has woken up from a coma, 27 years after a car crash which almost killed her. Munira Abdulla, then 32, was being driven back from her son Omar’s school when the car hit a school bus in the city of Al-Ain according to The National, a newspaper …

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Reverend Father Commits Suicide for Sexually Assaulting Minor

A Reverend Father identified as Richard Bilé, serving at the parish of Saint Francis of  Assisi Affiénou (Maferé), Cote d’ivoire, committed suicide over a case of pedophilia. He had been accused of defiling a little girl and when the Presbyteral Council met on Tuesday, April 23, a decision was made …

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Myanmar Mine Collapses, Kills 54

More than 50 people are feared to have been killed in Myanmar when jade miners and machinery were buried under a mound of tailings late on Monday. Three bodies had been pulled from the debris, Tin Soe, a member of parliament representing the jade-rich Hpakant area of Kachin state, said …

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Amnesty International Wants Sudan’s Former Intelligence Chief, Ghosh, Probed

Sudan’s new authorities must investigate the role of the country’s former spy chief, General Kamal Abdelmarouf Salih Ghosh, the head of Sudan’s feared National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) in the killings of demonstrators, and journalists during months-long protests that preceded the fall of president Omar-al-Bashir, Amnesty International said. A …

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S A Govt Launches Manhunt for Caregiver Over Serial Abuse of Toddlers

The Department of Social Development (DSD) has asked anyone with information on alleged abuse taking place at a crèche in Carlteonville in Gauteng to come forward. “The Department of Social Development condemns the abuse of children and wish[es] to ask members of the public to identify the school and the care-giver …

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Algeria’s Interim Rulers Faces Call for more Change as Bouteflika Goes

Algeria’s caretaker government faces the prospect of persistent popular demands for the removal of an scletoric ruling elite and wholesale reforms after ailing 82-year-old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika quit in the face of mass protests. “We want a president who understands what we want,” 25-year old Bouzid Abdoun, an engineer at …

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