Former president Mohammed Morsi jailed for insulting Egyptian judiciary

An Egyptian court has convicted former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi and 18 others of insulting the judiciary, sentencing them to three years in prison in a court session aired on TV. The case in…

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US congratulates Liberia, Weah

The U.S. has congratulated the people of Liberia on the successful conclusion of the presidential run-off election, and President-elect George Weah on his victory. The White House, in a statement…

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George Weah Officially Declared Liberia’s President-Elect

The Liberian National Elections Commission on Friday formally declared international football icon, George Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change, as President-elect of Liberia. The Chairman of the commission, Jerome…

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Tanzania threatens to de-register churches that criticise president

Tanzania has threatened to revoke the registration of religious organisations that “mix religion and politics” after a cleric criticised President John Magufuli’s leadership in a Christmas sermon. Opposition leaders in…

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Chiwenga Zimbabwe’s coup leader sworn-in as VP

Zimbabwe’s former  army chief Constantino Chiwenga,  was sworn-in today  along with long serving state security minister,  Kembo Mohadi as Vice-President to President Emmerson Mnangawa. Chiwenga led a de facto coup…

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Kabul explosion: At least 40 dead in multiple bomb attacks near mosque and Afghan Voices new agency

At least 40 people have died in multiple suicide bomb attacks across Kabul, the Afghan interior ministry has said. An explosion went off at an office of the Afghan Voice…

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Donald Trump’s Twitter account deleted by rogue employee on last day with social media company

US President Donald Trump’s @realdonaldtrump Twitter account was deactivated by a Twitter employee who was leaving the company on Thursday and was down for 11 minutes before it was restored, the…

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Jonathan sues for peace as Liberians elect new president today

The Immediate Past President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, has sued for a free and fair election as Liberians heads to the poll on Tuesday to vote in the country’s run-off…

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Family asked to remove ‘offensive’ Jesus sign from their Christmas display because it offended a neighbour

A family has been asked to take down a sign with the name “Jesus” from their Christmas display, after a neighbour reportedly claimed it was offensive. Mark and Lynn Wivell…

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Trump slams Nigerians for not returning to their ‘huts’ after seeing America — Report

United States’ President Donald Trump described Nigerians as people living in huts which they would not want to return to whenever they visit America, the New York Times reported Saturday. …

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Woman unknowingly sends her engagement news to Vampire Slayer, and this happened!

A woman accidentally texted Sarah Michelle Gellar her engagement news while trying to share the exciting development with her family. The Buffy The Vampire Slayer star, 40, took to Facebook…

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Tom Hanks Just Embarrassed Trump With An Unprecedented Act Of Defiance

One of the perks of being President of the United States is the private White House screening room, which often showcases new and pre-release blockbusters for the first family at…

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Warning: 6000 ISIS Jihadists Coming Back To Africa – AU

A top security official of the African Union (AU) has warned that African countries should be prepared for the security threat posed by the return of an estimated 6,000 African…

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Uber fights in court for London survival

Uber will defend its right to operate in London in a court hearing on Monday after the app was deemed unfit to run a taxi service and stripped of its…

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Timothy Adeoye, eight others declared missing in London

A worrying number of children have disappeared from a north London borough, reports say. In the last few weeks, at least nine children between 13 and 17 have gone missing…

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Thousands march against ‘fascism’ in Italy

Thousands of people joined a march against fascism in northern Italy on Saturday, in response to anti-immigration action by far-right groups. “Today in Como is an important day. There are…

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BREAKING: Britain and EU reach Brexit divorce deal

The EU Commission said Friday that Brexit talks should move on to trade talks as “sufficient progress” had been made on the first stage covering divorce issues, following talks between…

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Pakistan? No, home is south London, Sadiq Khan tells BBC reporter

Sadiq Khan had a quick response when asked by a BBC reporter whether his visit to Pakistan was “like coming home”, replying: “No, home is south London, mate.” The mayor of…

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