Court charges two Kenyan lovers for screaming during sex

Court charges two Kenyan lovers for screaming during sex

File photo: lovemaking A man and his lover were charged in a Meru court for screaming while having sex, inconveniencing members of the public. Chacha Mwita and Cynthia Mauhokha pleaded guilty to two charges facing them before resident magistrate Maureen

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Snakes force Liberian President George Weah out of office

Snakes force Liberian President George Weah out of office

President George Weah will return to his usual office on Monday Snakes have been found in Liberian President George Weah’s office, forcing him to work from his private residence, the BBC has learnt. Press secretary Smith Toby told the BBC

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South Africa hit by deadly Easter church collapse

South Africa hit by deadly Easter church collapse

Some people were reportedly sleeping when the wall collapsed photo: KZN EMS/ ARRIVE ALIVE At least 13 people have died and many were injured when a wall collapsed in South Africa at the start of an Easter service at a

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Mali violence: PM and entire government resigns

Mali violence: PM and entire government resigns

The prime minister of Mali and his entire government have resigned, following an upsurge of violence in the country. On Wednesday, a motion of no confidence was submitted as MPs blamed Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga for failing to handle

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Yvonne Nelson urges Ghanaians to boycott elections

Yvonne Nelson urges Ghanaians to boycott elections

Actress Yvonne Nelson says she is looking forward to the day when Ghanaians would refuse to partake in presidential elections to send a message to politicians. In a series of tweets on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, on Thursday, April 18,

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160 African migrants repatriated from conflict-ridden Libya

160 African migrants repatriated from conflict-ridden Libya

The International Organization for Migration has repatriated 160 African migrants who have been living under dire conditions in Libya amid the chaos reigning in the country. The U.N. migration agency says it returned the stranded migrants to their home countries

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Algeria sets presidential election for 4 July after protests

Algeria sets presidential election for 4 July after protests

Algeria will hold presidential elections on 4 July, interim leader Abdelkader Bensalah has announced. It comes after a wave of protests led long-term President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 82, to resign last week. Demonstrations continued on Wednesday, with more expected. The temporary

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Crowds surge towards Sudan defence ministry

Crowds surge towards Sudan defence ministry

Thousands of people are going towards the defence ministry’s compound in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, to join protesters demanding an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year-rule. This was the scene in Khartoum on Wednesday night: ReutersCopyright: ReutersArticle share tools Share this

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Twenty killed in Nigeria attack

Twenty killed in Nigeria attack

At least 20 people have been killed when two villages were attacked in Kaduna state in north-west Nigeria. A local official in Kajuru Local Government area told the BBC that following Monday’s attacks people were still searching for other victims

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UN condemns strike on Tripoli airport

UN condemns strike on Tripoli airport

01:06Video caption: Libya conflict: Air strike closes sole working airport in TripoliLibya conflict: Air strike closes sole working airport in Tripoli The UN has condemned an air strike that closed the only functioning airport in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, on Monday.

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