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Tanzania bans 2 Diamond Platnumz songs

Tanzania has banned 13 local songs on grounds that they are against the country’s norms and values. Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) announced the ban on Wednesday after receiving a list of the songs from the National Arts Council of Tanzania (Basata). PALE KATI “The said records have lyrics which violate ...

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President Uhuru Kenyata with Opposition chief Raila Odinga during their press conference at Harambee House in Nairobi, March 9, 2018. /COURTESY

The two met at Harambee House office of the President before addressing the press. Raila, who was first to speak, noted ethnic division came to an end today and that he and his ‘brother’ will bridge the existing gap. Kenya has faced tumultuous times since the disputed August 8, 2018 ...

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Residents in the Northeast are digging out from as much as 2 feet of heavy snow as utilities deal with downed trees and power lines that snarled traffic and left hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without electricity.

With many schools closed for a second day, forecasters tracked the possibility of another late-season snowstorm to run up the coast early next week. “The strength of it and how close it comes to the coast will make all the difference. At this point it’s too early to say,” said Jim ...

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Trump’s Latest Strategy: Less Trade War, and More Let’s Make a Deal

When President Trump signed proclamations to place tariffs on imported steel and aluminum on Thursday, he portrayed it as an effort to throw around America’s economic weight in hope of reaching better deals from major international partners. But Mr. Trump, who had set off warnings by trade experts that this ...

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Iran Says to Keep Crude

Iran expects to maintain overall crude and condensate exports at around 2.6 million barrels per day for the rest of 2017, after it sold out of oil held in storage and as growing domestic appetite reins in shipments abroad, a senior official in the nation’s state oil company said on ...

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World’s Most Expensive Home

The world’s most expensive home has been put up for sale in the south of France with a €1 billion ($1.1 billion) price tag. Villa Les Cèdres, which was built around 1830 and was once home to Belgium’s King Leopold II, is located in the exclusive town of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, near Nice. According to the Daily ...

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Meet The Kenyan Prophet Bishop Climate Irungu Driving Europeans Crazy

Bishop Climate Irungu, who is visiting Nairobi,  Prophet Climate is known as demon buster says he is said oversees churches and his ministry reaches  across the world; in Europe, America, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. His ministry consists of different races and nationalities. Prophet Climate enjoys God grace of doing ...

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