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02:52 ‘Hang them quickly’: Father’s demand after rape that shocked the world

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13:20 Kim Jong-Nam killed by VX nerve agent: Malaysia police

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20:16 North Korea cyber war on Australia more likely than missile attack, expert says

01:56 Manchester Bomb Suspect Said to Have Had Ties to al Qaeda, Terrorism Training Abroad

11:44 Africa urged to provide economic opportunities to youth

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06:06 Eyewitness News — Zuma heckling an embarrassment

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18:12 Murang’a Senator clashes with new nominee

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10:42 Raila Odinga's cousin quits ODM after BITTER fallout

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  • Economic growth, development and class struggle in Africa

    April 25, 2014 4:20 PM 11

    Despite claims that Africa is experiencing one of the highest growth rates in the world, growing class divisions and rising consumer prices are having disproportionate negative impacts on working people and the poor. Countries that are the focus of reports of phenomenal growth such as Nigeria and Ghana are undergoing internal crises related to the rising

  • CID wants Muthama, Ndemo charged over Malili land sale

    April 25, 2014 2:03 PM 7

    NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 25 – The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has recommended charges against Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama and former Information and Communications Permanent Secretary Bitange Ndemo over the questionable sale of 5,000 acres of land at the Malili Ranch. In a letter addressed to the Director of Public Prosecutions, the CID wants

  • Toronto Star journalist narrowly escapes detention in Ukraine

    April 24, 2014 9:20 PM 11

    Four angry pro-Russian civilians corner Star writer Mitch Potter on streets of Slavyansk. He bluffs his way out by pretending to be a francophone Canadian. SLAVYANSK, UKRAINE—We were just a few nervous steps from the taxi when the small mob descended. Four angry faces, bulged tight with tension on the ready-to-blow streets of Slavyansk, getting right

  • Korea ferry founder: Artist, church founder, entrepreneur, criminal

    April 24, 2014 6:38 PM 29

    Hunt for the ferry founder SEOUL - The head of the South Korean family that operated the ferry which sank last week is a billionaire once jailed for fraud, a photographer who has held an exhibition at the Louvre under a pseudonym and the founder of a church which owns the website www.god.com. At other times in his chequered past, Yoo Byung-un, in his 70s, has been a bankrupt

  • Crucifix devoted to late pope John Paul II crushes man to death in Northern Italy

    April 24, 2014 4:48 PM 55

    A man was killed Thursday in northern Italy when a cross devoted to John Paul II, the Polish-born pope who died in 2005 and will be made a saint this weekend, collapsed on top of him, news agency Ansa reported. The cross, which stood in the village of Cevo to honour the late pontiff’s 1998 visit to the nearby city of Brescia, crushed the 21-year-old

  • Mt. Gox liquidation given go-ahead by Tokyo court

    April 24, 2014 2:55 PM 9

    The court has ordered the bankruptcy trustee to start liquidating the assets of the embattled bitcoin exchange. Posted by Mt. Gox's bankruptcy trustee, the document also states that "it is unlikely that the company can restart the exchange." Mt. Gox's assets will be converted to cash amid an investigation into the claims of creditors, a meeting of whom will be held on July 23. In late February

  • From God.com to photography, South Korea ferry founder has diverse interests

    April 24, 2014 2:36 PM 48

    Reuters | Seoul | Updated: Apr 24 2014, 19:39 IST The head of the South Korean family that operated the ferry which sank last week is a billionaire once jailed for fraud, a photographer who has held an exhibition at the Louvre under a pseudonym and the founder of a church which owns the website www.god.com. At other times in his chequered past, Yoo Byung-un

  • Prince William Recalls "Wonderful Memories" With Kate Middleton and Prince George in Australia

    April 24, 2014 12:10 PM 25

    On Thursday, the eighteenth day of their trip Down Under, Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled to Canberra, Australia. Their first stop was at the National Arboretum, where the perfect pair planted an English oak tree. Middleton, 32, wore an emerald green Catherine Walker coatdress and paired the look with her favorite L.K. Bennett nude pumps

  • Couple held over son's death

    April 24, 2014 7:23 AM 13

    A couple in Kwakithundi Village, Ekalakala location, Masinga District was on Tuesday arrested following mysterious death of their one year old son. The two Issac Mutuva and his wife Esther who are members of the Kavonokya sect were arrested by the area Assistant Chief Timoth Nzioka. Nzioka told the star that the couple failed to take the child to hospital

  • Obama ate only half the sushi course: media

    April 24, 2014 5:58 AM 5

    TOKYO, Apr 24 – Barack Obama may have enthused publicly about the sushi he was served at an exclusive Michelin-starred restaurant, but he stopped eating half way through the meal, reports said Thursday. Pictures showed the US president being served sake by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the counter of the tiny Tokyo eatery, as part of a meal billed