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Lady Sacked For Not Wearing Bra To Work

A woman has claimed she was sacked from her job at a bar in Hull after refusing to wear a bra to work. The 22-year-old, who is named as Kate Hannah on Facebook, posted an image of herself in a T-shirt after claiming bosses had let her go for not wearing …

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At least ’52 die’ after left with no food, water in Niger desert

Dozens of people are feared dead after human traffickers abandoned them in Niger’s northern desert without food or water, a senior local official said on Monday. Fatoumi Boudou, the prefect of Niger’s northern region of Bilma, said that authorities on Sunday rescued 24 people who were part of a group of …

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South African Govt Bans Sale Of Live Chicken

South Africa has banned the sale of live hens throughout the country in a bid to control an outbreak of highly contagious H5N8 bird flu, but no humans have been affected, the government said on Monday. Exports of processed poultry products, live chickens and fresh produce will continue depending on …

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Kenya: $12million Bridge Collapses Just Two Weeks After Presidential Inspection (Photo)

A Kenyan bridge that is being constructed at a cost of $12m has collapsed. It is being constructed by the Chinese Overseas Construction and Engineering Company. The bridge collapsed two weeks after the president visited the site to examine the ongoing work. The construction of the bridge was approved after …

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Congo president’s daughter charged with corruption in France

French investigators have charged the daughter and son-in-law of Congo’s President Denis Sassou Nguesso with corruption, judicial sources said on Sunday. Julienne Sassou Nguesso, 50, and her 53-year-old husband Guy Johnson were placed under investigation this week for “money laundering and misuse of public funds”, the sources said. In March, …

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Libya, Sudan, Somalia hard hit as US top court partially lifts Trump’s travel ban

The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday partially lifted an injunction against the travel bans issued by President Donald Trump. The apex court’s decision allows the travel ban to take effect but stated that it will listen to the substantive case in October this year. The order bans …

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