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Uganda: Parliamentary committee approves age limit bill

A Ugandan parliamentary committee has approved changes aimed at scrapping presidential age limit. Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee members endorsed the most sweeping constitutional changes since 2005, with 18 votes— taking a significant leap forward as 10th Parliament seeks to increase presidential term from five to seven years. 5-YEAR TERM …

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5-year-old girl allegedly gang raped and brutally murdered, found with 16-cm wooden stick inserted in private parts

In a horrifying incident, a five-year-old girl was raped and tortured to death using a 24-cm wooden stick- which was found inserted in her private parts in Hisar’s Uklana village on Saturday. Initial probe reveals that the victim was abducted from her house at night, brutally raped and left to die with …

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Thousands rally in Morocco against US Jerusalem move

Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in Morocco’s capital Rabat on Sunday as demonstrations against US President Donald Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital continued to spread. Waving Palestinian flags, a sea of demonstrators marched from Rabat’s Bab el-Had square to Morocco’s parliament building, down Mohammed VI Avenue, the …

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Woman ripped ex-boyfriend’s testicle out of scrotum with her teeth after being rejected for threesome

A woman has been convicted of biting her ex-boyfriend’s testicle off after he turned down her offer of a threesome. Nunzia Del Viscio, 43, was ordered to stay in her home between 10pm and 6am for six months, and to pay her victim £500 in compensation for the attack. Police …

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Two dead and toddler injured after Trump’s Jerusalem declaration provokes ‘day of rage’

Two people have been killed after a ‘day of rage’ prompted by Donald Trump‘s Jerusalem declaration. Distressing images from the region show that young children are among the wounded after Israel launched fresh airstrikes in response to rocket fire from the enclave. The Palestinian Islamist Hamas group said two of its …

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No class tomorrow! Hundreds of schools closed as Britain paralysed by ‘snow bomb’

Britain has been plunged into chaos by a ‘snow bomb’ – with train cancellations, grounded flights and 50-mile tailbacks as the white stuff wreaks havoc across the country. And thanks to the extreme weather, hundreds of schools have been closed tomorrow. Thousands of children will get the day off as …

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