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Tons of gold fall from the sky as Russian cargo plane malfunctions on take-off

Tons of gold have fallen out of the sky in Russia after a cargo plane malfunctioned in mid-air. The aircraft was carrying £265m worth of platinum, gold and diamonds when the hatch flew open – sending the precious metals plummeting back to earth. According to the TASS news agency, Russian ...

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Who is Gina Haspel, Trump’s new CIA head? ‘Spymaster’ with a torture past

When President Donald Trump nominated Gina Haspel on Tuesday to be the next CIA director, he selected a seasoned intelligence officer with decades of experience, but also a key figure in the agency’s troubled legacy of using torture as an interrogation tactic. Haspel, 61, would be the first woman to ...

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U.K. gave Putin a midnight deadline to explain spy attack. What’s next?

“Should there be no credible response, we will conclude that this action amounts to an unlawful use of force by the Russian state against the United Kingdom,” she said, promising “much more extensive measures” than the U.K. has previously taken against the Kremlin. Britain’s Press Association reported after the deadline ...

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Zimbabwe hospitals shutdown as medics strike

Zimbabwe’s major hospitals have stopped emergency lifesaving procedures after doctors went on strike demanding better work conditions and a salary review. The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) Wednesday accused the government of failing to resolve the dispute, two weeks since junior and middle level doctors opted for a work boycott. ...

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Musila leads Kamba leaders in welcoming Kenyatta-Odinga peace deal

The leaders, led by immediate former Kitui Senator David Musila, described the agreement reached by Kenyatta and Odinga on Friday last week as a move in the right direction. In a joint statement read by Musila on Tuesday morning, the leaders who included former Kilome lawmaker Regina Ndambuki said by ...

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Former President Moi responding well to treatment in Tel Aviv

moi The former President’s doctors booked him in a hospital in Tel Aviv where they were eager to get a second opinion on his knee, which has been a source of discomfort. The former Head of State was accompanied by his son Senator Gideon Moi and physician David Silverstein. Moi, ...

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PARIS – Holders Real Madrid cruised into the Champions League quarter-finals with Cristiano Ronaldo’s second-half goal helping them to a 2-1 victory at Paris St Germain on Tuesday as the 12-time European champions went through 5-2 on aggregate. Ronaldo headed home seven minutes into the second half and Casemiro added ...

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European Union tells Uganda not to delay electoral reforms

The European Union Election Follow-up Mission to Uganda says it is important that authorities in the country improve the electoral process to ensue inclusive, transparent and credible elections. The Follow-up Mission headed by European Union’s Chief Election Observer in the 2016 elections, Mr Eduard Kukan, says the current question is ...

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