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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Pope Francis visits Morocco

Pope Francis visits Morocco

Pope Francis has visited Morocco on his latest trip to a predominantly Muslim state. He met migrants and Muslim leaders, and held a Mass for the country's small Roman Catholic com ...

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How to be a better leader

How to be a better leader

It's not easy to be a great leader, but there are some simple things everyone can do to be a better leader that do not require a great deal of skill or training. Being a great lea ...

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8 truths about love

8 truths about love

Love will cause you to go crazy or maybe change your personality. You even don't understand that you simply have undergone several changes which could be noticed by your friends. ...

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Why most entrepreneurs fail to survive

Why most entrepreneurs fail to survive

Most of us want to be their own boss. With this thinking many small and medium scale businesses are starting up daily, but do you know why most of the business fails? Here are som ...

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Cyclone Idai: Death toll, makeshift camps, missing people, the aftermath

Cyclone Idai: Death toll, makeshift camps, missing people, the aftermath

Mozambique’s land and environment minister Celso Correia said on Monday the number of people in makeshift camps after a powerful cyclone in Mozambique has risen by 18,000 to 128,0 ...

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Cardi B to make film debut in ‘Hustlers’

Cardi B to make film debut in ‘Hustlers’

Cardi B is set to make her film debut in Hustlers alongside Julia Stiles,Keke Palmer, and Lili Reinhart. The 26-year-old rapper has joined the cast of the upcoming adaptation of t ...

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Ebola cases in DR Congo go beyond 1,000

Ebola cases in DR Congo go beyond 1,000

The number of people known to have contracted Ebola in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has exceeded 1,000, making the current outbreak the second largest ever recorded, aid w ...

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Jubilation as Tanzania qualifies for AFCON after 39 years

Jubilation as Tanzania qualifies for AFCON after 39 years

Tanzanians are celebrating the fact that their national football team have qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations finals for the first time in 39 years. President John Magufuli h ...

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Vote counting underway in Comoros after presidential elections

Vote counting underway in Comoros after presidential elections

Vote counting is underway in Comoros following a controversial presidential election held on March 24, 2019. The polls were however marred with violence in two of the three bigges ...

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United Nations criticises ‘embarrassing’ IAAF rule on Caster Semenya

United Nations criticises ‘embarrassing’ IAAF rule on Caster Semenya

Plans to classify female athletes by their testosterone levels "contravene international human rights" says the United Nations Human Rights Council. Olympic 800 metres champion Se ...

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