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Cameroon Footballer, Sebastien Bassong banned from driving for 40-days

Footballer Sebastien Bassong has been banned from driving for at least 40-days after he was caught speeding at 110mph in his Maserati on a dual carriageway. The 31-year-old Cameroon international admitted speeding on the A11 near Thetford, Norfolk, in December 2016. During mitigation, Ipswich magistrates were told he is currently …

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A San Francisco official wants robots to be taxed just like people


Robots are eating our jobs. This Californian grassroots initiative proposes one possible answer. Whether it’s immigration, health care, taxes or the environment, there are plenty of topics which drive voters. One that is not quite as much of a hot-button topic as it maybe should be? The impact of automation …

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School faces criticism for Showing a Black Girl on Leashes in Photo

A school in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, is facing criticism after a photo surfaced appearing to have a black girl on leashes held by 2 white pupils. Some parents reportedly hurried to pick their wards from school, saying the photo looked like the enslavement of a person. But according to reports, Mitchell Elementary …

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Man Catches Mortuary Attendant Having Sex With His Dead Wife’s Corpse

A grieving husband allegedly caught a male nurse having sex with his wife’s corpse as he visited her one last time in the hospital. According to report, the grief-stricken husband gave the nurse a beating of his life before handing him over to the Police in Bolivian capital La Paz. …

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Congo: President Denis Sassou calls for cross-border action to tackle DR Congo crisis

President of Congo Republic Denis Sassou Nguesso has called for a regional action to mitigate the escalating crisis in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. He expressed concern on Thursday when he hosted the summit of Heads of State and Government of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) …

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South Sudan opens first kidney hospital

President Salva Kiir opened South Sudan’s first-ever kidney hospital Thursday in Juba, calling it a breakthrough for the country’s medical care. The facility — a welcome positive sign in conflict-torn South Sudan — is to provide free services to all kidney patients in the country, including foreigners who have been …

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