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Flight diverted

A woman who accessed her husband’s phone using his fingerprint and found out he was cheating has caused a mid-flight emergency. The Qatar Airways flight they were travelling on was forced to make an emergency landing in India after she started to repeatedly hit her husband following the discovery.  According ...

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Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru is Dead

Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru passes on following the tragic road accident that occurred early this morning at Kabati near Kenol…He is the 2nd Governor to  Die in the Office…

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Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash near Yemen border

Saudi prince has been killed in a helicopter crash near the kingdom’s southern border with Yemen. Prince Mansour bin Muqrin, the son of the former crown prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz and deputy governor of Saudi Arabia’s Asir province, was travelling with several officials when the aircraft crashed.

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Turkish troops move into al-Qaida-dominated Syrian province

Turkish armored vehicles have rolled into northwestern Syria to impose a “de-escalation zone” in a province dominated by al-Qaida-linked militants. The Turkish military said it began an operation late Thursday to set up “observation points” in Idlib, without providing further details or saying how many troops were involved. Turkey’s Hurriyet ...

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Hakati Fc Goalkeeper Vincent Ochieng Died on Friday morning at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi. He was Born on 2nd October 1999. On Thursday 12th at the Railway restaurant they will be a fundraising. Vinny will be buried on Friday 20th October , Kotieno Gumba Sub location, Kendu bay Homa ...

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Albert Dryden is back

A man who shot a council officer dead in front of TV camera crews has been released from jail after having a stroke. Albert Dryden, 76, had been serving life in prison for the murder of Harry Collinson, principal planning officer with Derwentside council in County Durham, in June 1991. ...

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Islamic State’s last stronghold in northern Iraq falls

Iraqi forces have captured Islamic State’s last stronghold in northern Iraq, the military said on Thursday, leaving the militant group holed up in pockets of land by the Syrian border, across which its self-proclaimed “caliphate” once stretched. The town of Hawija and the surrounding areas were captured in an offensive ...

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North Korea Missile Threat Pushes

 CANBERRA, Australia—Australia will equip a new fleet of naval warships with advanced air-defense technology, allowing them to work more closely with U.S. and Japanese counterparts to offset threats in the Asia-Pacific region, such as missiles fired by North Korea. Nine anti-submarine frigates are set to be fitted with combat systems ...

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