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UK parliament deliberates on Cameroon Anglophone crisis

Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis has been raised in the House of Commons – the United Kingdom’s lower house of Parliament with a request from the government as to what it is doing over the situation. The issue was raised by MP Jessica Morden (Labour Party member for Newport East) who wanted …

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Today in History: 1994-Fire kills 103 people in Honduras prison.

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Here are Five Major events that took place on this day, the seventeenth day in the month of May, many years and decades back. 1814 – Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden. 1940 – Germany occupies Brussels, Belgium and begins the invasion of France. TO DOWNLOAD OUR MOBILE TV APP CLICK HERE WATCH FREE MOBILE …

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Ethiopia meeting calms worries over damn project with roadmap.

A meeting between the Ethiopian prime minister and the Egyptian foreign affairs minister has diffused the tension that had been brewing over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). The meeting held in Addis Ababa, was also attended by irrigation ministers and intelligence chiefs from Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia. Premier Abiy …

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Kenya: President Kenyatta signs cybercrimes law.

Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta signed a new law on Wednesday that outlaws the abuse of people on social media but which critics say could be exploited to repress civil liberties. Proponents of the law, including the legislators who pushed it through parliament, say the proliferation of social media has given …

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University to pay $500m (£371m) to gymnasts who were abused by ex-team doctor

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Michigan State University has agreed to pay $500m (£371m) to gymnasts who were abused by ex-team doctor Larry Nassar. The deal was announced by a California law firm representing 332 victims of Nassar, who assaulted women and girls under the guise of medical treatment. The deal does not include any …

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Ethiopian govt moves to apprehend killers of Dangote Cement CM.

Authorities in Ethiopia are investigating circumstances under which the country manager of Dangote cement was killed by unknown assailants on Wednesday. According to a statement the Command Post established to oversee the implementation of the State of Emergency, Deep Kamara was killed along with two other individuals in the afternoon …

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