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Deja vu for Chicago in January: Over 290 shot, 50-plus killed

Deja vu for Chicago in January: Over 290 shot, 50-plus killed

  At the start of this year, the Chicago Police Department unveiled a list of tactics to combat violence following one of the deadliest years in the city in decades. But nearly one month into the new year, the numbers of shootings and homicides are nearly identical to the first

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3 Men Gang-Rape Young Woman in Sweden, Broadcast It Live on Facebook

3 Men Gang-Rape Young Woman in Sweden, Broadcast It Live on Facebook

  Welcome to our brave new digital world in which raping women is all fun and games:     Police are reportedly investigating the suspected gang rape of a woman after the attack was live-streamed on Facebook.     An online witness said the victim had her clothes pulled off by armed

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New Music : Nikki Mbishi – I’m Sorry JK

New Music : Nikki Mbishi – I’m Sorry JK

  IamSorryJK ni kazi ya kwanza kutoka kwa Nikkimbishi kwa mwaka 2017. Kama nilivyoahidi mwaka huu kwa majaaliwa yake mtoa pumzi(M/Mungu),nitaachia wimbo huu kuzifariji nafsi ambazo ni wahanga wa hali ya nchi yetu kulingana na UTAWALA. Sina maana ya kusifu na kutukuza mema ya uongozi uliopita na kuutia fedheha uongozi

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26 killed in latest Brazil jail bloodbath

26 killed in latest Brazil jail bloodbath

  The latest in a string of brutal prison massacres involving suspected gang members in Brazil has killed 26 inmates, most of whom were beheaded, officials said Sunday. The bloodbath erupted Saturday night in the overcrowded Alcacuz prison in the northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte. Similar violence at

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How to Survive January On a Shoe-String Budget

How to Survive January On a Shoe-String Budget

  Hashtags like #shoptillwedrop and #timetospend were the order of the day on social media during the festive season. But at the end of the festivities marked by extravagant spending, you had more ‘month’ than salary at the end of December! The festivities hangover took a hike on the first

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Barack Obama Invites Beyonce & Jay Z, Usher And More To His Final White House Party

Barack Obama Invites Beyonce & Jay Z, Usher And More To His Final White House Party

  Barack Obama will soon leave The White House and effectively be relieved of his duty as President of The United States of America. While to a good portion of us this notion alone is almost nightmarish, the best thing we can do is enjoy the time we have left

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Hackers Shift Attention to Whatsapp Users

Hackers Shift Attention to Whatsapp Users

  Indications have emerged that hackers are now stealing people’s bank details by sending files over the messaging service, WhatsApp. Vanguard gathered that the hackers’ strategy is designed in a way that once opened (WhatsApp), the documents can gather sensitive information from users, including online banking details. According to a

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Gambia’s Jammeh Vows Escalation If West Africa States Interfere

Gambia’s Jammeh Vows Escalation If West Africa States Interfere

  Gambian President Yahya Jammeh said a standoff with neighboring West African states over his refusal to step aside after losing December’s election will escalate into war if the alliance doesn’t back down from its stance. Speaking in a televised New Year’s address, Jammeh said a vow by the Economic

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National Bank of Rwanda Signals Commercial Banks to Increase Lending

National Bank of Rwanda Signals Commercial Banks to Increase Lending

  National Bank of Rwanda (BNR) has signaled commercial banks to consider increasing loans issuance after revising downwards the key repo rate from 6.5 per cent to 6.25 per cent. The key repo is the rate at which the central bank lends money to commercial banks. The rate had remained

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The Real Reason Gambia’s President Isn’t Stepping Down

The Real Reason Gambia’s President Isn’t Stepping Down

  One of the gentler techniques that Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has used to stay in power for the last 22 years is sacking his staff members seemingly at random, before any of them could conspire against him. From cabinet ministers to diplomats to army chiefs, it wasn’t unusual to

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