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How true is the variation in female sex organ?

A woman’s vagina is a sex organ as well as part of the birth canal. Just as women can have different sized breasts, hands, and feet, the size and depth of vaginas can also vary. According to one study, the average depth of a vagina is about 3.77 inches, which is …

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Chad’s unions call off strike.

The Chadian government has reversed its plan to cut the salaries of civil servants, leading to a call off of a general strike by trade unions in the country. According to the Chadian Ministry of Civil Service, the government is now committed to paying more than 31,000 public servants in …

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South Africa launches drug dispensing ATM for HIV/AIDS patients.

South Africa on Thursday launched an ATM-like vending machine to dispense medicines to patients with chronic illnesses such as HIV/AIDS. Officials say ,the move is aimed at reducing waiting times and congestion in public healthcare facilities. The health department and charity Right to Care said the Pharmacy Dispensing Unit (PDU) designed as …

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US plans more Ghanaians deportation after kicking out 86.

A total of eighty-six Ghanaians were on Wednesday deported from the United States of America. The all-male contingent were arrested across the U.S. for offences such as abuse of terms of their visas and engaging in illegal employment, the local Finder newspaper reported. The deportees arrived at the Kotoka International …

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Mauritius PM declares president’s decision over resignation deplorable.

Mauritian Prime Minister said on Thursday it is deplorable that the country’s ceremonial president has failed to follow through on an agreement to resign over a scandal triggered by accusations of financial misconduct. The country’s leader Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said that under his agreement with President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim who …

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UAE to train Somaliland forces under military base deal.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will train Somaliland security forces as part of a deal to establish a military base in the semi-autonomous region, Somaliland’s president said on Thursday. UAE government officials could not immediately be reached for comment – but the UAEhas committed to invest hundreds of million dollars in recent …

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