Tanzania’s Opposition Laments Repression As The Country Heads To Polls Next Week

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Within a week, Tanzanians will vote to decide who will be the country's next president. Incumbent John Magufuli is expected to win re-election, although main...

You cannot say that!

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In the UK we say that we value free speech. I wonder if we value it as much as we think we do.  Much...

Crisis at the BBC

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In 1966, the BBC faced a crisis. The Doctor Who TV series had proved to be very popular and audiences were wanting more. The...

Nigerians Mourn Black Tuesday As Soldiers Open Fire On Protesters In Lagos

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According to witnesses, soldiers opened fire on demonstrators who had gathered at the protest site in Lagos, the center of a mass demonstration against...

Kashoggi’s Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince MBS

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Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of the late Washington Post columnist Jamal Hashoghi, has filed a lawsuit in the United States against Saudi Crown Prince...

Eddie Nketiah: The rise of a young talent

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Edward Keddar Nketiah is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Arsenal and England U21 team. Eddie (born 30 May 1999) was...

Vietnam Floods Kill 105, 5 Million People Affected

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Heavy flooding and landslides caused by weeks of torrential rains have killed at least 105 people and drenched five million in central Vietnam, according to...

Thai Prime Minister Recalls Parliament To Solve Rising Protests

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On Monday, protesters gathered at three locations in the capital, Bangkok, to sing the national anthem and  raise three fingers from Hunger Games films,...

Guinea Opposition Leader Declares Himself Victorious As Tensions Rise Following Sunday’s Polls

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Guinean opposition candidate Selu Dalein Diallo said he won the first round of high-level presidential elections, prompting the country's electoral body, which is yet...

Trump Announce Taking Sudan Off Terror Financiers List After Victims’ Settlement Agreement

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President Donald Trump said the United States would remove Sudan from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism after the Khartoum government agreed to pay...