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Spanish airline Iberia to drop pregnancy test demand

The Spanish airline Iberia has said it will stop requiring female job candidates to take a pregnancy test after being fined for the practice. It had been discovered requiring the test by labour inspectors in the Balearic Islands, and fined €25,000 (£22,000; $28,000). The airline argued it had only been ...

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Biwott IS Dead

BREAKING NEWS: Ex-Cabinet Minister aka Total Man Nicholas Biwott “The Bull of Auckland” has died aged 77 at a Nairobi hospital after a long illness .He is the Owner of Nairobi’s Yaya Centre shopping mall. He was a member of Parliament of Keiyo south and Marakwet for 28years. He served the ...

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Explosion outside US Air Force recruiting office under investigation

Local and federal authorities are investigating an explosion at a US Air Force recruiting office in Bixby, Oklahoma. Bomb squads from Bixby and Tulsa police responded around 10:30 p.m. local time Monday to the reported explosion, near Tulsa, Bixby Police Sgt. Tim Scrivner told CNN. The FBI and ATF are ...

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Mississippi crash

At least 16 people have died after a US military plane crashed in the southern state of Mississippi at around 16:00 local time (21:00 GMT) on Monday. The crash happened in LeFlore County, about 100 miles (160km) north of Jackson, the state capital. All 16 victims were on the Marine ...

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Yemen cholera cases pass 300,000 as outbreak spiral

  The situation has continued to “spiral out of control”, with about 7,000 new cases every day, the ICRC warned. More than 1,700 associated deaths have been reported, according to the UN. Yemen’s health, water and sanitation systems are collapsing after two years of conflict between pro-government forces and the rebel ...

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Steve Bannon is right on Afghanistan

The trio known in foreign policy circles as “the adults” of the Trump administration wants the president to send more American soldiers into Afghanistan. Defense Secretary James Mattis, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are advocating for yet another troop increase less than three years ...

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Manzaka is Back

Jimmy Manzaka who was one of the best singers of Captain Lesasa Jocker, and later form his band while in Dubai is back in action. Jimmy before moving to Dubai , he was performing with Idiologia Musica , Amitie Musica and Banoko International both in Mombasa. He is currently based ...

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Wayne Rooney’s move to Everton

STARSPORT brings you all the latest Manchester United transfer news and gossip, including a fee being agreed for Tiemoue Bakayoko, Wayne Rooney’s sale to Everton and Sam Johnstone’s exit. Wayne Rooney’s move to Everton has been confirmed. United’s all time top scorer was phased out of the starting XI by ...

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