Africa ‘s youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania

A man believed to be the youngest African billionaire was kidnapped in the largest city in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, police said. Mohammed Diouji, 43, was abducted from outside the gym in a luxury hotel where he practiced his daily exercises. Police said they had arrested two people linked to the incident and that two […]

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Amnesty International condemns “mass executions” in Egypt and calls for their return

Amnesty International has described human rights in Egypt. An Egyptian military court on Thursday sentenced 17 people to death for “involvement in bomb attacks on churches” In fact, it must be later. The organization demanded that they be re-tried by civil courts. The Middle East agency said the court punished 19 life-imprisonment seasons for attacks […]

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US media: Turkey “has records proving Khashoggi’s death inside the Consulate of Saudi Arabia”

US media reported Ankara had audio and video recordings seen by Turkish officials proving that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside his consulate in Istanbul. Reports quoted US and Turkish officials as saying the recordings contained clear evidence that Khashoggi was detained by a Saudi security team upon his arrival at the consulate headquarters […]

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KFC launches this exotic competition for men. The prize is $ 11,000

The KFC series celebrates the history of its founder, Col. Harland Sanders, on September 9 each year, a unique competition for men only. Kentucky restaurant chain officials said their condition was that parents in the United States should receive their child on September 9 and name it too old, leaving the Americans, Harland, after its […]

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Russia refuses to warn Trump and bomb Idlib

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian warplanes returned to target Idlib province in northwestern Syria after a 22-day standstill, according to the Syrian Observatory, while the Kremlin refused to warn US President Donald Trump of an attack on it, saying it had become a breeding ground for terrorism. And Moscow announced that the regular Syrian army was […]

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Fire of Egyptian Antiquities in the Museum of Brazil hits Cairo with sadness

The huge fire at the Rio de Janeiro National Museum in Brazil has destroyed 700 pieces of unique Egyptian antiquities, the largest and oldest collection of Egyptian antiquities in South America. Egyptian archaeologists regretted the loss of part of Egypt’s ancient heritage. Conditions on the museums of the world, ensure the protection of Egyptian antiquities […]

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The Philippine president annuls an opponent and orders his arrest

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterti on Tuesday pardoned an opposition senator involved in a failed coup attempt 15 years ago and ordered his arrest, the second arrest of an opposition lawmaker in the Philippine parliament. Sen. Antonio Trillanes, the main critic of Dutarti, accused the Philippine president of hiding wealth and supporting complaints […]

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US ends aid to Palestinian refugee agency Unrwa

The United States is ending all funding for the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency, the US State Department says. It described the organisation, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (Unrwa), as “irredeemably flawed”. The US administration has “carefully reviewed” the issue and “will not make additional contributions to Unrwa,” spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. A spokesman […]

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Captivity, candor and hard votes: 9 moments that made McCain

WASHINGTON — John McCain lived most of his life in the public eye, surviving war, torture, scandal, political stardom and failure, the enmity of some colleagues and the election of President Donald Trump. Even brain cancer didn’t seem to scare McCain so much as it sobered and saddened him. “The world is a fine place […]

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