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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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Spanish Police Raid .Cat Admin Offices

On Wednesday, Spanish law enforcement raided the Barcelona offices of the Fundacio puntCAT, the administrator of the .cat internet domain. According to the nonprofit group, whose name means “Dot-Cat Foundation” in Catalan, their head of IT, Pep Masoliver, has been arrested and charged with “sedition.” All of the computers in the registry ...

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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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Praxedes Tororey, resigns.

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Director of Legal and Corporate Affairs, Praxedes Tororey, resigns after attaining the age of 60.

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Staffer sacked for saying ‘it’s OK

The owner of a small Canberra business has sacked a contractor after they “made it public knowledge that they feel ‘it’s okay to vote no’.” Entertainment company owner Madlin Sims said she there was no need for people to advertise their desire to vote no for same sex marriage, which ...

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Sasha is Dead

Maureen Wanza and her baby have passed away. She was giving birth in a hospital in Kilifi and both mother and child are no more.Sasha in the swahili program #Sumu which she got nominated for best lead actress in a TV drama at Kalasha awards 2015 and for her role as Laiki on#Cheche.

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Lt Col Stanislav Petrov, the ‘man who saved the world’ dies at 77

A Soviet officer whose cool head and quick thinking saved the world from nuclear war has died aged 77. Stanislav Petrov was on duty in a secret command centre outside Moscow on 26 September, 1983, when a radar screen showed that five Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles had been launched by the United ...

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