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Zimbabwe public workers reject higher salary offer
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Zimbabwe’s public sector workers have rejected an improved salary offer of 15% from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government and want wages for the lowest paid employees to more than ...
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Uganda imposes tax on Bibles and Korans
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Religious groups selling Bibles and Korans in Uganda are to pay taxes on those books. The Daily Monitor reported that the imposition of the taxes on these books ...
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Germany appeals to Russia to allow entry of journalist
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Germany has appealed to the Russian government to let in a journalist who exposed systematic doping in Russian athletics and was denied entry to Russia to report on ...
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Liberia’s Vice President begs Weah for forgiveness
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The Vice President of Liberia, Jewel Howard Taylor has pleaded for forgiveness from her boss, President George Weah after traveling out of the country without informing him. Jewel ...
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Rihanna ‘stalker’ charged after ‘breaking into her home’
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Rihanna’s home was broken into by a suspected stalker who allegedly spent 12 hours inside, US prosecutors say. Eduardo Leon, 27, has been charged with stalking, first-degree residential ...
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SA farmer in court for ‘forcing worker to drink faeces’
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A South African farmer has denied he forced one of his workers to drink faeces. Harry Leicester, along with his wife Maria and son Chris, all appeared at ...
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Melania  Trump undergoes kidney surgery
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US First Lady Melania Trump has undergone surgery for what the White House described as a benign kidney condition. Her office said surgeons had performed an embolisation procedure ...
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Burundi village attack leaves 26 dead ahead of referendum
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  At least 26 people were killed after armed attackers targeted a village in north-west Burundi, amid tensions ahead of a controversial referendum. The group crossed from the ...
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Former Malaysia PM Najib Razak banned from leaving country
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Ex-Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has been banned from leaving the country, immigration officials say. This comes after Mr Najib said that he and his wife were planning ...
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India man kills self over $13,000 electricity bill
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An Indian vegetable seller allegedly killed himself on Thursday after receiving an electric bill of nearly $13,000 (£9570) in the western state of Maharashtra. Jagannath Shelke, 36, left ...
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