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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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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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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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Over 90% of the Africa Continent Has No Internet Access

Over 90% of the Africa Continent Has No Internet Access

  The internet is one of the most important enablers of social development and education. While internet services have been quite phenomenal in the rest of the world, access to the Internet remains very low in Africa, especially in the rural communities. According to a report, the Internet World Stats

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Bombardier sells two CS300 with Air Tanzania

Bombardier sells two CS300 with Air Tanzania

  Bombardier CSeries will sell both the Government of Tanzania, which represents its first order in seven months for its new commercial aircraft. In total, the transaction includes two CS300 and a Q400 aircraft. According to list prices, the order is valued at 203 million US. The aircraft will be

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Tanzania suspends U.S.-funded AIDS programs in a new crackdown on gays

Tanzania suspends U.S.-funded AIDS programs in a new crackdown on gays

  East African nations have launched some of the world’s most vicious campaigns against gay men and women, outlawing same-sex liaisons and threatening punishments of years in jail. But in a move that has alarmed health workers, Tanzania is turning its anti-homo­sexual fury in a new direction — targeting HIV/AIDS

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No Saudi Oil Says Trump, Saudi Arabia Fires Back

No Saudi Oil Says Trump, Saudi Arabia Fires Back

  The new president-elect has said repeatedly that the U.S. needs to block all oil imports from Saudi Arabia. During his campaign Trump vowed to secure U.S. energy independence from “our foes and the oil cartels,” while also creating “complete American energy independence.” However, on Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s oil minister

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ISIS has claimed responsibility for its first attack in Kenya

ISIS has claimed responsibility for its first attack in Kenya

  The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a raid on a Kenyan police station in what would constitute the group’s first attack in the East African country. The group’s Amaq news agency said “supporters of Islamic state” were responsible for Sunday’s attack, which saw three

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