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    Typical African? Disappointment as New Malawian President Appoints Family To the Cabinet

    Blame it on the African curse. The people of Malawi are reeling in angst after newly-appointed President Lazarus Chakwera  unveiled a cabinet that they said was filled with family members. Chakwera, 65, comfortably beat Peter Mutharika with 58.5 percent of the vote last month, marking the first time in African history that an election re-run led […] More

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    Exposed! Tanzania Voted For Djibouti Instead Of Her Neighbor Kenya For The UN Security Council Seat

    Kenya narrowly won an election for a non-permanent United Nations Security Council seat Thursday, in a vote impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.   India, Ireland, Mexico and Norway all won their bids in first-round voting on Wednesday, but neither Kenya nor Djibouti attained the two-thirds majority needed in the U.N. General Assembly to take a […] More

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    Battle of the Obamas? Auma Obama Tears Malik Obama For Attacking Barack Obama

    Malik Obama, President Barack Obama’s half brother is still going after him, in a stunning purvey of sibling rivalry that has often intrigued the world. On Monday night, the former Siaya gubernatorial aspirant shared what looked like the always contentious Barack birth certificate. “What’s this?” he captioned the image of the document which has an […] More

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    Trump shares letter that calls peaceful protesters ‘terrorists’

    President Donald Trump on Thursday shared a letter on Twitter that referred to the peaceful protesters who were forcibly dispersed from a park near the White House on Monday evening as “terrorists.” The letter from veteran attorney and former Trump lawyer John Dowd appears to be addressed to former Secretary of Defense James Mattis and rebuts Mattis’ Wednesday statement castigating Trump’s […] More

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    New York Mayor deBlassio’s daughter among protesters arrested for condemning George Floyd’s murder

    New York descended into chaos once again today, as the fourth night of demonstrations raged on. The demonstrations have been characterized by turbulent confrontations between police and protestors, with officers arresting hundreds though the weekend. Mayor Bill deBlasio’s daughter Chiara deBlasio, 25, was among the those arrested on Saturday night, news outlets reported on Sunday night, […] More

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    Wuhan Tests Millions in 12 Days as China Fears Second Virus Wave

    Wuhan, the epicenter of China’s coronavirus outbreak, said it tested nearly seven million people in 12 days, concluding a campaign to test the entire population after several infections prompted fears of a second wave. A total of 6.68 million people underwent nucleic acid tests, of which 206 asymptomatic cases were reported, according to Bloomberg calculations […] More

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    Raila writes to Donald Trump and Europe over Africa’s Coronavirus status

    The United States and Europe cannot abandon their leadership roles now. Today, the whole world stands where Europe was in 1945. Europe recovered then thanks to massive international assistance. That same attitude of cooperation and solidarity is needed now more than ever before. When I arrived in Germany for my studies in 1962, West Germany […] More

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    How CIA busted Echesa fake arms deal to be used in coup plot and illegal security surveillance

    While EX-Sport CS Rashid Echesa and his three co-accused are facing charges including conspiracy to commit a felony, obtaining money by false pretenses and impersonating a public service officer, little is being said how this highly kept secret operation was flagged. Official documents at the court indicate this was a normal case of extortion and […] More

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    Kim Jong-Un Was Hiding With His Over 2,000 Concubines to Recuperate From Alcohol Related Illness

    North Korea’s strongman Kim Jong-un has reportedly made his first public appearance in 20 days, the Country’s state media said on Friday. KCNA, North Korea’s state news agency said on Saturday Kim attended the completion of a fertilizer plant in a region north of the capital, Pyongyang. This is the first report of his public […] More

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    Reprieve For HIV Patients as Kenyan Scientist Discovers ARV That Can Be Taken Only Once a Year

    Kenya is on the global map yet again and all for riveting reasons. This is after a US-based Kenyan scientist unveiled the world’s first antiretroviral (ARV) drug that is to be taken once-a-year. Prof Benson Edagwa and his colleagues at the University of Nebraska Medical Center achieved this by modifying an existing ARV drug – […] More

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    Anger as Chinese Captain Throws Two Tanzanians in Shark Infested Waters over Fear of Catching Corona

    A Chinese ship captain has drawn anger across the globe after he admitted that him and his crew threw two Tanzanians into shark-infested waters over fears of catching the coronavirus from them  Daily Mail, reports that Cui Rongli watched as his crew made a makeshift raft from rope, plastic drums and plywood before dumping the duo […] More

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    Polls show Trump trailing Biden in battlegrounds of Michigan and Pennsylvania

    Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in head-to-head matchups in the crucial battleground states of Michigan and Pennsylvania, according to new Fox polls released Wednesday. Almost half of registered voters in Michigan (49%) plan to support Biden versus 41% who say they’ll vote for Trump, the polls showed. And the numbers are relatively similar in […] More

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