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McDonald suspends security guard for ordering Muslim woman to remove hijab (Video)

McDonald’s has suspended a security guard who ordered a woman to remove her hijab before he would allow her to be served. A video showed the man telling the Muslim student, 19, to take off her headscarf at the branch on Seven Sisters Road, in Holloway, north London. However, spokesperson …

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De Gea and Lingard takes all the honour as Arsenal succumb to a 1-3 defeat despite Pogba red card.

Arsenal football club of England really have themselves to blame as they succumbed to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Man United at the Emirates stadium on Saturday night despite Paul Pogba receiving a red card for a careless tackle and Arsenal possessing 75% of the ball. United went …

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New protests in Togo as efforts to start talks stall

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Lome on Saturday for the third time this week to demand the exit of President Faure Gnassingbe, with little sign of progress on promised talks. Gnassingbe, who has ruled Togo for more than 15 years, pledged in November that his government would …

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Tanzania: Woman arrested for kissing another woman after video goes viral

A woman could face jail in Tanzania after a video of her kissing another woman and presenting her with a ring went viral. Homosexuality is illegal in the East African country as it is considered “against the order of nature”, and the woman was arrested in the northwestern town of …

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Zimbabwe:President Emmerson Mnangagwa caves in to public demands, drops two ministers

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday dropped two ministers he had appointed to his new cabinet just a day earlier, a move widely seen as a response to a public uproar over the nominations. Mnangagwa, 75, named his cabinet overnight Thursday, and is expected to appoint two vice presidents following …

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‘We drank our urine and fuel to survive’ – Nigerian-Libya returnees narrate horrific experiences

On Thursday, November 30, 2017, 153 Nigerian migrants, including men, women, and children returned from Libya aboard a Libyan chartered flight at about 9:15pm, just two days after 239 Nigerian were returned following the ongoing slave trade crisis. Out of the 153 Nigerian migrants who returned on Thursday, a few …

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