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Nigerian Woman Kept As Slave By Civil Servant And Her Husband for 10 years

A Nigerian woman was kept at the home of a Government civil servant in ‘oppressive servitude’, a judge has said. Rashida Ajayi said she made just £300 a year as a domestic worker at the home of Teresa Abu and her husband Joel.The couple disputed her claims that she was …

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Polling starts on a slow note in Angola’s general elections

Polls opened at 7am local time in Angola’s general elections and voting started out slow. A few people turned up early Wednesday morning to cast their ballots for both the parliamentary and presidential slots. Six parties are vying to take over the seat of outgoing President Eduardo dos Santos. The …

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US delays nearly $200 million in military aid to Egypt

The Trump administration is delaying nearly $200 million in military aid payments to Egypt pending human rights improvements. Under US law, the secretary of state must certify that Egypt is meeting human rights conditions or determine that it is in the US national interest to release the money. US officials …

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Barcelona Sue Neymar Over World Record Transfer To PSG

Spanish giant, Barcelona are seeking at least 8.5 million euros ($10m) from Neymar for breach of contract. Barcelona announced this on Tuesday following his world record 222-million-euro move to Paris Saint-Germain. “In this lawsuit, the club demands the amount already paid as a bonus for the renewal of his contract …

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Shock as Woman is Found Dead Without Her Head During a Search for Missing Journalist

The headless body of a woman has been discovered in the search for missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall – but cops say it’s too early to tell if it’s her. A cyclist made the gruesome discovery by a water’s edge and the torso was also without its arms and legs. …

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Former Libya PM kidnapped in Tripoli

Libya’s former prime minister Ali Zeidan has been kidnapped by an armed group in war-torn Tripoli and not been heard from in nine days, family members and friends said on Tuesday. Zeidan, who became premier in November 2012, was dismissed by Libya’s parliament in March 2014 amid accusations that public …

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