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Trump removes H.R. McMaster as national security adviser, replacing him with John Bolton

WASHINGTON — President Trump accepted the resignation of national security adviser H.R. McMaster on Thursday — and then named John Bolton, a former ambassador to the United Nations and conservative foreign policy commentator, to succeed him. McMaster’s ouster continues a period of particular turmoil in Trump’s national security team, following the ouster last week ...

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Pope Francis: Tattoos could help connect priests with ‘culture of the young’

The Pope says people should not fear tattoos as they can help build communities. Speaking during a meeting with young people at The Vatican, Pope Francis gave the example of Christian girls in Eritrea where a tattoo of a cross on their forehead were used as a symbol of beauty ...

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Victims trapped as flames engulf apartments

Thirteen people have been killed after fire spread through a large apartment complex in Vietnam. The blaze began at around 1am local time in the basement parking area of the six-year-old Carina Plaza in Ho Chi Minh City. The complex is made up of at least three buildings, with 736 ...

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Graduate sues Kenya School of Law over admissions policy

A law graduate has filed a petition at the High Court challenging the decision by the Kenya School of Law (KSL) to reject his application for enrolment at the advocate training programme. In his court pleadings, Sydney Douglas Webuye, University of Nairobi graduate, stated that KSL did not admit him ...

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Uhuru presides over unveiling of his father’s statue in Cuba

President Uhuru unveils a bust of his father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta in Cuba “Africa will forever cherish its relationship with Cuba. Together we will continue to forge mutually beneficial partnerships for the prosperity of our peoples and nations,” Uhuru said during the ceremony..                ...

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I made a painful decision to meet Uhuru – Raila finally opens up on political deal

The NASA chief leader said he had to sign a peace deal with President Uhuru Kenyatta so as to prevent more deaths following political animosity He defended his move to hold a secret and surprising meeting with Uhuru saying he did that after a moment of reflection. The deal has however ...

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Raila thanks Kisumu residents for endorsing his deal with Uhuru

NASA leader Raila Odinga was on Friday, March 16 was handed a major boost by his own supporters after his visit to his native Kisumu county was met with a warm reception from locals. NASA leader and self-styled People’s President Raila Odinga was on Friday, March 16 handed renewed hope for ...

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US students start mass walkout to call for gun control

US Students leave class for 17 minutes on the month anniversary of the Florida school shooting

Thousands will walk out of the classroom for 17 minutes on Wednesday to honour those killed in the latest mass shooting. Thousands of students and teachers across the US are walking out of schools on Wednesday to commemorate the month anniversary of the high school shooting in Florida and call for ...

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