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Monthly Archives: October 2015

No Mathematical Possibility

FIFA rejects Odegbami bid Segun Odegbami has failed to win the required backing to stand in February's Fifa presidential elections. Segun Odegbami blames NFF tardiness for...

Sam Sarpong killed in suicide plunge

Sam Sarpong, the British-born model, actor and MTV host, has jumped to his death from a bridge in Los Angeles in an apparent suicide. Sarpong,...

World Stroke Day

Arise Sir Lewis? Where there’s a Will . . . .

Lewis Hamilton secured his third Formula 1 World Championship on Sunday with an ultimately unlikely win at the US Grand Prix. In the end,...

Flogging threat lifted as Brit grandfather awaits release

A British grandfather is expected to be released from prison later this week following a pardon by the king of Saudi Arabia. Karl Andree has...

India considers end to surrogacy tourism

India may be about to place a ban on the practice of allowing foreigners to pay women to carry surrogate babies. India is one of...

Somali father killed in quest for safe haven

Shueyb Abukar left a war-torn country for one he thought would be safe. Safe to live. Safe to work. Safe to raise a family...

Solar city project ready to commence

The Morocco installation will feature half a million reflectors When the first phase of an ambitious concentrated solar plant starts next month, it will set...

New scanning technique raises hopes of Nefertiti find

The Pyramid of Cheops (or Khufu) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis A project has been launched with...

Feminine Fifty Flys Flag for African Cinema

A group of women in Lagos want everything but are each challenged in a society riven by gender imbalance. By Jilo Katter - Fifty follows...

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