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These birds of prey appear to have their own plane seats

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Tired of the selfie, the egocentric craze that injected new life into the self-portrait? We might be in for what promises to be another digital phenomenon, one likewise capable of reinvigorating an antiquated mode of visual expression – something we could call the ‘Viral Vanity’. A photo that has gone …

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You can now explore seven countries in Africa thanks to Google Street View

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Why it matters to you If you’ve ever wanted to explore the National Parks of Uganda or see the National Theatre of Ghana, Google is giving you a chance. Globetrotting can be hard, but Google is here to make it easier — not when it comes to flight and hotel …

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Nigerian Airline “Arik Air” Has Been Taken Over By The Federal Government

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The Federal Government has taken over the operations of troubled Arik Air to save it from total collapse. Arik Air has been immersed in heavy financial debt that has threatened to permanently ground the airline, Sundiata post reports. The Airline, which carries about 55 percent of the load in the country, has …

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The Top 9 “Best” Travel Destinations For 2017

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With more cheap flights now available than ever before, you can jet off somewhere exotic and still manage to stick to a small budget. Whether you want a long-haul summer holiday or a short Easter break, here are ten destinations where you’ll get the most bang you get for your …

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World’s best passports: Ghana’s ranked 70th

Ghana was ranked 70th with a score of 57 in terms of the world’s best passports, according to 2017 Passport Index rankings. The country was ranked the same position with Uganda, Mongolia and China. The Index ranked national passports by the cross-border access they bring, assigning a “visa-free score” according …

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kidnapped south sudanese officials-not brought to court in nairob

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For the first time in history, many South Sudanese who are residing in Kenya flocked to Milimani Courthouse this morning to demand an immediate release of two of their countrymen who were kidnapped and illegally detained in undisclosed locations earlier this week. Based on earlier intelligence, Dong Samuel, a South …

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