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Daily Archives: May 18, 2016

Kenya to investigate police brutality

Kenya to investigate police brutality

The head of the Kenyan police on Tuesday ordered the opening of an internal investigation after police were filmed beating a protester lying on the floor at an opposition rally. R ...

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UEFA Europa League final – predictions

UEFA Europa League final – predictions

Who will win? UEFA.com rounds up the views of football experts and club insiders ahead of tonight's UEFA Europa League final between Liverpool and Sevilla at 20.45 pm. Joško Jelič ...

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Why Genevieve Nnaji was dropped from AMAA 2016?

Why Genevieve Nnaji was dropped from AMAA 2016?

Nollywood star Genevieve Nnaji failed to make nominees list for the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) 2016. The actress who made her production debut in 2015 with Road To Yesterd ...

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Zuma: I never lied about Nkandla

Zuma: I never lied about Nkandla

President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday told Parliament he had never lied about the financing of his private Nkandla home as he evenly dismissed further questions from the Democratic Alli ...

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Kenya to host Africa education conference

Kenya to host Africa education conference

Kenya is set to host a major international conference on education early June amid a comprehensive curriculum review that is currently underway. The Education Innovation Africa Co ...

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At least 72 people killed, 140 wounded in Baghdad

At least 72 people killed, 140 wounded in Baghdad

At least 72 people were killed and more than 140 wounded by three bombings in Baghdad on Tuesday, police and medical sources confirmed, extending the deadliest spate of attacks in ...

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What is love? Here’s the science…

What is love? Here’s the science…

Gayle Brewer, University of Central Lancashire We’ve all felt it at some time in our lives. Poets write about it, singers sing about it – and a whole industry has grown up around ...

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Can’t buy me love – the economics of gift giving

Can’t buy me love – the economics of gift giving

Maria Kozlovskaya, University of Huddersfield Is £100 a generous enough wedding gift? Not according to one bride, who emailed her guest asking for a top up to their present of cas ...

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Why Julius Malema’s EFF doesn’t offer South Africans a way out of poverty

Why Julius Malema’s EFF doesn’t offer South Africans a way out of poverty

Co-Pierre Georg, University of Cape Town In “Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty”, economist Daron Acemoglu and political scientist James A Robinson ar ...

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The deadly selfie game – the thrill to end all thrills

The deadly selfie game – the thrill to end all thrills

Amanda du Preez, University of Pretoria According to the popular press it was more likely in 2015 for a person to die while taking a selfie than to be killed by a shark – this is ...

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