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Swazi King Directs Men To Marry More Wives Or Risk Jail Terms

King Mswati III of Swaziland has declared in Mbabane Swaziland that men will from June 2019 be required to marry at least two or more wives or be jailed if they fail to do so. The king, who has 15 wives and 25 children,While his father and predecessor has more than 70 wives and 150+ …

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ASTOUNDING’ AFRICAN WOMAN CAUGHT TRUMP’S ATTENTION WITH HER JUGGLING SKILLS

The African woman in the viral video that broke the web with her football juggling abilities and grabbed the interest of U.S. President Donald Trump has been found after a scan for her personality. She is Hadhara Charles Mjeje, a Tanzanian mother who is juggling footballs expertly in Malawian capital of Lilongwe, reports German video …

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CHINA GIFTS OVER MAGNIFICENT PRESIDENTIAL PALACE TO BURUNDI

Four years after the dispatch of development, China has displayed the 150 million Yuan (US$22 million) presidential castle it worked for Burundi as a present to seal its strategic relations with the East African nation. The Ambassador of China to Burundi, Li Changli, gave over the new building situated in Gasenyi in the north of …

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GARBAGE WASTE MAKES CHINA TO CLOSE ITS MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP TO TOURISTS

China has shut its Mount Everest base camp and the zone just past it to travellers for years to come, with specialists accusing a developing waste and refuse issue on the mountain. In December 2018, the neighbourhood government in Dingri County in Tibet started posting notice that as a result of another national ecological assurance …

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US RETURNS 3 BELLS TAKEN FROM PHILIPPINES IN 1901

For over a century, the Bells of Balangiga have not rung in the Philippines, a silence that the president last year called “painful.” Now, the esteemed bells will once again be heard in the country thanks to the returning of the bells buy the U.S. Hundreds of Filipino villagers in 1901, armed with bolos and …

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND ISSUES NEW GUIDELINES ON WELCOMING TRANS PEOPLE INTO THE FAITH

The Church of England has issued new guidance saying that it “welcomes and encourages the unconditional affirmation of Trans people” and offers clergy ways to help them celebrate the sacrament of baptism in a meaningful, inclusive way. The pastoral guidance will be incorporated into a revised edition of Common Worship, the Church of England’s service …

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KOREAN BORDER TROOPS CHECK REMOVAL OF EACH OTHER’S POSTS

Dozens of South Korean soldiers visited former front-line North Korean guard posts on Wednesday to verify their recent removal as part of warming diplomacy by the rival Koreas while U.S.-North Korea nuclear disarmament efforts remain stalled. The two Koreas have each dismantled or disarmed 11 of their guard posts inside the Demilitarized Zone that forms …

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KHASHOGGI, OTHER PERSECUTED JOURNALISTS NAMED TIME ‘PERSON OF THE YEAR’

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in October at his country’s Istanbul embassy, was named Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” Tuesday, an honor he shared with other persecuted journalists dubbed as “guardians” of the truth. Among those named with Khashoggi were Philippine journalist Maria Ressa, Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo …

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DNA KIT REUNITES 88-YEAR-OLD MOTHER WITH THE DAUGHTER AFTER 70 YEARS AGO

A simple DNA kit has reunited a mother with her long-lost daughter, who she was told died after she gave birth to her in 1949, according to reports. Tampa resident Genevieve Purinton, 88, was alone when she gave birth at a hospital in Gary, Indiana, about 30 miles southeast from Chicago, The New York Times …

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DEATH OF GUATEMALAN TODDLER DETAINED BY ICE SPARKS $60 MILLION LEGAL CLAIM

A Guatemalan toddler who died weeks after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border with her mother is at the center of a wrongful death claim that is seeking $60 million from the federal government. Mariee Juarez and mother Yazmin, who said they were fleeing an abusive situation at home, illegally crossed into the United States earlier this …

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