By IAfrica
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Feb 28th, 2014
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King George III was a tyrant who talked to trees. Eventually we got around to replacing him with tyrants who talk to animals. In one of Alaska’s most remote outposts, where a thousand hardy souls make their homes, the Obama administration has put the fate of birds and bears above the lives of p...
By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Feb 28th, 2014
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Published on March 1, 2014 by pmnews   ·   No Comments Uganda accused the World Bank of blackmail Friday after the lender stalled a $90-million loan over the east African nation’s adoption of a draconian anti-gay law. “World Bank is a multi-lateral institution t...
By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Feb 28th, 2014
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Published on February 28, 2014 by pmnews   ·   No Comments Nigerian troops killed 13 suspected Boko haram fighters and arrested 15 others following a raid on their camp after they massacred at least 37 people, a defence spokesman said Friday. “Two were arrested on (Th...
By IAfrica
In World News
Feb 28th, 2014
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Patrick Moore has been speaking out about this before and like other skeptics, including Freeman Dyson, has gotten the expected treatment by the left. Now he appeared in Congress to make a point that is backed by science, but denied by a climate science establishment getting fat off Global Warming an...
By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Feb 28th, 2014
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Abductors of Inengite Nitabai, the 70-year old uncle of President Goodluck Jonathan, have demanded a N500m ransom, Sahara Reporters report. A security source said that the abductors threatened to kill him if the family fails to produce the money. The source also said the family had constituted a comm...
By IAfrica
In Kenya
Feb 28th, 2014
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THE Senate has reduced the amount of time spent in meetings weekly. Senate Majority Leader Kithure Kindiki yesterday said the reduction in the number of sittings will give senators more time to focus on committee work. “Much of Senate’s work is processed through committees. It will enable...
By BY SARAH MOSES
In Kenya
Feb 28th, 2014
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It’s not just guys that stare at women’s breasts – women check each others’ sexual body parts out too, according to recent research. Men have a bad reputation for ogling women in many cultures, but they may be off the hook, at least in part. It turns out that there’s no ...
By BY STAR EDITOR
In Kenya
Feb 28th, 2014
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To some people, Kenyan political party elections are not events of any real significance. It is assumed that ‘arrangements have been made’ behind the scenes, and that a pre-selected slate of candidates will sweep the polls in a euphoric wave. Indeed it is hard to remember an internal part...
By BY MUSEMBI NZENGU
In Kenya
Feb 28th, 2014
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POLITICIANS from Ukambani have been urged to stop criticising three governors from the region. Elders drawn from the region on Thursday said the persistent bashing of governors is detrimental, counterproductive and undermines development. They said only serves to divert governors’ attention fro...
By IAfrica
In Kenya
Feb 28th, 2014
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Kenyan celebrities have joined hands to support the fight against cancer. They are part of this weekend’s two-day festival dubbed Having Fun Fighting Cancer Festival at the Kenya Harlequins Grounds in Nairobi. Organised by Eddah’s Hope Cancer Foundation, the festival seeks to reach out to...