Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Kenya bans clipboards to curb exam cheating at schools

Schoolchildren in Kenya will be barred from entering examination rooms with clipboards and geometry set boxes in a bid to curb cheating, the education...

Gambia president plans massive overhaul, but keeps secret police

Gambian President Adama Barrow said Saturday that every aspect of his tiny west African state would need an overhaul after ex-leader Yahya Jammeh's 22-year...

Amaju Pinnick: Morocco set to bid for 2026 World Cup

Morocco will meet next month's deadline to bid to host the 2026 World Cup, says leading Confederation of African Football (Caf) official Amaju Pinnick. Interested...

Trump’s Immigration Ban: What Happens Next

Donald Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from certain predominantly Muslim countries set off a political chain reaction that will rumble through Washington for weeks,...

Kenyan security guard fired ‘for insisting VIP undergoes security check’

A Kenyan security guard has sued her employer after she was allegedly dismissed for insisting that a government minister undergoes a security check at...

Fidel Castro, Cuba’s leader of revolution, dies at 90

"The commander in chief of the Cuban revolution died at 22:29 hours this evening (03:29 GMT Saturday)," President Raul Castro said. Fidel Castro ruled Cuba...

VIDEO+ PHOTOS: Trump’s Brand New Bulletproof Car To Make Debut On Inauguration Day

President-elect Donald Trump’s Cadillac One limousine is set to make its debut on Inauguration Day. The first look at the presidential car also known as...

‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ Filming on Hold after Kim’s Paris Robbery

Keeping Up With the Kardashians' days may be numbered. According to Us Weekly, filming for the show is on "indefinite hiatus" following Kim Kardashian West's...

Robert Mugabe thinks this new statue of him is ‘wonderful’, but Twitter thinks it’s...

President Robert Mugabe was deeply touched by a statue in his own image, but Zimbabweans on social media were less flattering. On Sept. 10...

Gold Miners Burned by Bad Deals Are Again Rushing to M&A

It’s been a dirty word in the gold-mining industry for the last three years, but now companies can’t stop saying it: growth. Top executives are...

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