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Devastated mum loses hope of finding missing son’s body after he vanished on night out two years ago.

A devastated mum says she has lost hope of finding her missing son’s body after he vanished during a night out two years ago. Jason Norfolk is feared to have drowned when he disappeared in the early hours of December 6, 2015. The 20-year-old had been on a pub crawl when …

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Swiss to return $321 million in stolen funds to Nigeria

Switzerland will return to Nigeria around $321 million in assets seized from the family of former military ruler Sani Abacha via a deal signed with the World Bank on Monday, the Swiss government said. Transparency International, a corruption watchdog, has accused Abacha of stealing up to $5 billion of public …

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Couple forced to sit in darkness after neighbours put a fence up just a foot away from their windows.

An elderly couple claim they are living a nightmare after their neighbour installed a 6ft fence directly in front of their living room window plunging their home into darkness. Arthur and Eva Evans, who are in their eighties, moved into their ideal countryside home after they retired 15 years ago. …

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Mr. Ugly contest: 43-year-old William Masvinu, wins his fourth title for being the ugliest man in zimbabwe (Photos)

William Masvinu, a 43-year-old unemployed man has won his fourth title for being the ugliest man in Zimbabwe. Masvinu from Epworth, who had missed out on last year’s title earned 98 points to reclaim the title on Sunday night in Harare, beating Fanuel Musekiwa, 61, into second place. Musekiwa had …

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1 peacekeeper killed, 3 wounded in Central African Republic

Mainly Christian anti-Balaka forces attacked a UN police checkpoint in Central African Republic on Monday, killing one UN peacekeeper and wounding three others, the United Nations said. The attack took place at the entrance to a camp for displaced people in the southeastern town of Bria after peacekeepers intervened to …

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Uganda: Planned strike shelved – Nurses, midwives

Nurses and midwives in Uganda’s public health institutions called off a planned strike over low pay initially scheduled to start on Tuesday. The head of the health workers had a meeting with the government and agreed to continue dialogue with the government on pay rise for the workers, instead of …

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