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Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, Christian woman sentenced to death by hanging for renouncing Islam ‘gives birth in jail’

A Christian Sudanese woman, sentenced to hang for apostasy in a case that has sparked international outcry, has given birth in jail, her husband said

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Prince Enochie 2 - Part 2

Staring: Olu Jacobs, Kenneth Okonkwo, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Eve Esin, Vitalis Ndubuisi  Out of poverty i sold the throne i inherited from my father. As a

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Prince Enochie 2

Staring: Olu Jacobs, Kenneth Okonkwo, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Eve Esin, Vitalis Ndubuisi  Out of poverty i sold the throne i inherited from my father. As a

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Prince Enochie - Part 2

Staring: Olu Jacobs, Kenneth Okonkwo, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Eve Esin, Vitalis Ndubuisi  Out of poverty i sold the throne i inherited from my father. As a

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Prince Enochie

Staring: Olu Jacobs, Kenneth Okonkwo, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Eve Esin, Vitalis Ndubuisi  Out of poverty i sold the throne i inherited from my father. As a

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Michelle Obama allegedly discovers President Barack Obama has been unfaithful to her

With invitations warning guests to ‘EBYC’ — Eat Before You Come — and rumours they’ll be dancing to star turns from Beyonce and her rapper

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Nigerian police arrest gay men, torture them into naming dozens of others who now are being hunted down

First the police targeted the gay men, then tortured them into naming dozens of others who now are being hunted down, human rights activists said

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Kenya’s exclusive places where the rich go for holidays

The rich are different, from me and you that is. So different that how they burn their money (like banks on fire) can make the

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South Sudan Conflict: Deadly Attack On UN Base Condemned

The UN mission to South Sudan has condemned Thursday's attack on its base in which two Indian peacekeepers and at least 11 civilians were killed. The

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Rebels Take Key South Sudan Town

South Sudanese rebels have taken over a key town, the military has said, as fighting continues after Sunday's reported coup attempt. "Our soldiers have lost control

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Rwanda Refused UK Police Request

Rwanda refused formal requests to assist a British police investigation into genocide suspects living in the UK, the BBC has been told. The Crown Prosecution Service

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France Begins To Disarm Central African Republic Militias

French Soldiers have started to remove weapons from fighters in the Central African Republic (CAR). There was a brief exchange of gunfire between armed men and

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Taylor Challenges UK Jail Sentence

Ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor has asked to serve his 50-year sentence for war crimes in Rwanda, rather than the UK. In a letter sent to the

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Interpol Seeks UK Woman's Arrest In Connection To the Westgate Attack In Kenya

International police body Interpol has issued a wanted persons notice for Briton Samantha Lewthwaite, at Kenya's request. Ms Lewthwaite is the widow of one of the

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Terror In Kenya: Massacre mall ablaze after Islamic terrorists 'blew themselves up

Kenyan special forces were today locked in a fight to the death with Islamic terrorists who have been barricaded inside a Nairobi mall with up

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Nairobi mall shooting: Gunmen killed at least 39 in Kenyan shopping centre targeted non-Islamics

Americans were injured in a terror attack by as many as 10 gunmen at a Nairobi, Kenya, shopping center that has left 39 people dead

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Kenya Acquits UK Suspect Of Robbery

A UK citizen suspected of being a militant Islamist has been acquitted by a Kenyan court of robbery with violence over an incident in 2008. The

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Russia 'hands chemical arms plan to US Concerning Syria Crisis

Russia has now handed over to the US its plans for making Syria's chemical weapons safe, Russian media say. Russia announced its plans for placing Syria's

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Nelson Mandela not portrayed as a saint in new biopic

A new screen biopic of Nelson Mandela does not shy away from the less flattering aspects of his character, according to its British star. "It was

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Nelson Mandela makes "dramatic progress"

Nelson Mandela has made "dramatic progress," and may be going home "anytime soon," said his daughter Zindzi on the eve of his 95th birthday. "I visited

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President Mugabe To Obama: "Are You Born out of Homosexuality?"

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe railed against President Obama during a recent campaign rally, arguing that the U.S. president wanted to force Africa to "embrace homosexuality."Mugabe

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Kate, Prince William and their newborn baby travel home to Kensington Palace

The world has seen the royal baby for the first time as the future king left hospital with his ecstatic parents yesterday evening, who revealed

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Chinese Police Seize 20 Tonnes Of Expired Meat Including Chicken Feet Which Had Expired Since 1967

Chinese police have reportedly seized 20 tonnes of out-of-date meat from a Vietnamese smuggling gang including chicken feet that were 46 years past their sell-by-date. During

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Illegal immigrant Catherine Kyie stole dead mother's identity to get into Britain from Ghana before stealing £100,000 in benefits

A woman stole a dead mother’s identity to trick her way into Britain - and then defrauded taxpayers out of more than £100,000.  Illegal immigrant Catherine

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Syrian Catholic priest beheaded by jihadist fighters in Syria

A Syrian Catholic priest has been beheaded by jihadist fighters in Syria, it has been claimed.  The death of Franciscan Father Francois Murad has been confirmed

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Oil tycoon Michael Prest tries to use African customary native law to claim £17.5million divorce payout back

One of Britain’s most successful black businessmen is attempting to strip his ex-wife of a £17.5million divorce payout by claiming that under ‘native’ African law

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New visa rules tearing UK families apart and causing anguish

A group of UK MPs and peers said the country's new financial rules or migrants from outside the European Union are tearing UK families apart

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Mau Mau torture victims to be paid £20million compensation by UK, says William Hague

Mr Hague said that the payment was being made in "full and final settlement" of a High Court action brought by five of the victims

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Tintswalo Ngobeni, 22, Flees After King Mswati III Of Swaziland Tries To Make Her His 14th Virgin Bride

 A young woman is seeking  asylum in Britain after she spurned the advances of the polyamorous King Mswati III of  Swaziland and refused to join

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Netherlands welcomes its first King for more than 120 years

Willem-Alexander has been sworn in as king of the Netherlands at a colourful ceremony attended by 2,000 visitors in Amsterdam.  The 46-year-old became the country's first

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