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Trump blasted for allegations of coming chemical attack in Syria

Ali Haidar, has blasted the United States, following allegations that the country's government had planned to use chemical attacks on its people again.

Swarm of bees help capture known Kenyan car thief

Kenyan law enforcement authorities received help from a swarm of bees, after a Bungoma-based car thief completed another successful robbery at the weekend.

Nyong'o: NASA to consign Jubilee manifesto to happy valley of death

Kisumu Senator, Anyang' Nyong'o has blasted the Jubilee Party, following the launch of its Kenyan election manifesto this week.

Kenya's Uhuru running a social justice campaign

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said new jobs, free secondary schooling and an expanded health service would be at the top of his agenda, as he campaigns for re-election.

UN admits it is losing the war on drugs

The world is losing its fight against drug trafficking and global authorities remain unclear on how countries around the globe can better coordinate their efforts to address this scourge.

Australia drafts new energy rules to avoid more blackouts

The power crisis that has plagued South Australia for the greater part of the past year has been temporarily resolved, but officials have drafted a new set of proposals they think will improve the stability of energy supply in that State.

Workers injured as bridge collapses in Kenya

Several workers were injured, when the Sigiri Bridge collapsed at Busia County on Monday, just days after President Uhuru Kenyatta inspected the facility.

May to spend extra 1-billion pounds on Northern Ireland, after DUP deal

Prime Minister Theresa May will provide 1-billion pounds in extra funding to Northern Ireland over the next two years, following a deal her government struck with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Monday.

Bahrain takes veiled swipe at Turkish President

The crisis unfolding in the Arab world took a new turn on Monday, after Bahrain's Foreign Minister, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa took a veiled swipe at Turkey for involving itself in the dispute with Qatar.

Fight against terror in Lake Chad Basin loses momentum

Hopes of achieving peace in the troubled Lake Chad Basin have taken a knock this week, after Chad President Idriss Deby confirmed the there were significant financial obstacles to overcome.

JAM presenter Almarie releases new single

South African musician Almarie du Preez released her first single titled 'Jy Vir May' this month, and expectations are exceptionally high.
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