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Russia banned for four years, misses 2020 Olympics and 2022 World Cup

The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) has handed Russia a four-year ban from all major sporting events. The ban followed the agency’s investigation into the alleged state-sponsored doping scandal. The unanimous decision of the WADA was made in a meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland. With the ban in place, Russia’s flag and anthem will be equally banned at major sports events such as the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the 2022 World Cup football competition in Qatar. However, Russia will be allowed…

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Kids’ Corner: The Drunkard

Robert lived in a village called Kireka. He was 30 years old. He had 4 children. Their names were Mukisa, Kyoto, Kyobe, and Makula. His wife was called Kevina. They lived in a small mud house roofed with grey iron sheets. All of the family members slept in the same house. Robert did not have a big compound nor a garden. Robert did not take care of his family. It was the wife, Kevina who would work at the…

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Veteran US Democrat Elijah Cummings dies aged 68

Veteran US Democratic congressman and chairman of the House of Representatives Oversight Committee Elijah Cummings has died at the age of 68. Mr Cummings, who was much involved with the Trump impeachment inquiry, died of “longstanding health challenges,” according to his office.   The prominent congressman from Maryland had some health challenges in recent years, including heart problems, for which he had received some treatments. His role as chairman of the House of Representatives Oversight Committee, put him several…

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Rwanda steps up measures mitigate Ebola spread

Rwanda’s Ministry of Health has put up in place measures to curb the spread of Ebola virus into the country, following an outbreak of the deadly disease at Goma in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Goma is home to more than a million people and lies directly between DRC and Rwanda. Until now, three people have been reported dead. The pandemic was first detected at DR Congo’s North Kivu last year August before spreading to the South. Some…

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Latest Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine: Vol. 5 Issue 22

Read the latest issue of Kata Kata Cartooon Magazine PLUS more than 500 other captivating magazines on magzter, the world largest digital newsstand. Check out: Page 6. HEALTH: Why Your Body Needs A Good And Adequate Sleep Page 9. CARTOONS: Nza, The Sleepwalker Page 16. FASHION: Help! I Want A Perfect First Date Page 18. BEAUTY: Tooth Whitening Gives You That Confident Smile Page 19. INTERIOR: How To Create More Space In Your Small Bedroom Page 22. TECHNOLOGY: Who…

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The Scientific Advisory Board of the Office of the Prosecutor holds its 6th annual meeting

Deputy Prosecutor of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor, Mr James Stewart, and Head of the Forensic Science Section, Ms Sarah Donnelly, with the members of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Office On 20 and 21 June 2019, the Office of the Prosecutor (the “Office”) of the International Criminal Court (the “ICC or the “Court”) held its 6th annual meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board (the “Board”) of the Office, at the seat of the Court in The…

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Child Marriage: culture, morality and future of society

When a nation turns a child into a bride, it turns its future into a hell. Irrespective of the differences in culture, language, ethnicity, religion and geographical position, child marriage has become a global problem, which is practised in different parts of the world. From Niger, Bangladesh to Iraq, child marriage is a common practice in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and even in Europe. While some might argue that child marriage is an integral part of…

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Africa and Perseverance: 21-year-old Ethiopian takes exam 30 minutes after giving birth

Failures are a success – if we could learn from failures and transcend them into a guiding step towards success. You can, therefore, confidently, say that perseverance is the mother of success. What does this say about the many problems facing Africa today? A lot. However, before we discuss this further, let us look at an interesting story from Ethiopia, which is making a headline around the world. Yesterday, a 21-year-old Ethiopian woman sat for her secondary school leaving…

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Money won’t affect Christian Chukwu’s treatment – Otedola

 May 22, 2019 0 Comment Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola on Tuesday assured the public that money would not stop former Nigeria captain Christian Chukwu from getting adequate medical and post-medical care. The Nigeria Football Federation officials confirmed on Wednesday that the Chairman of Forte Oil, who had earlier made a contribution of $50,000 to the medical care of the 1980 Africa Cup of Nations-winning team captain made this statement when he paid Chukwu a visit at the Wellington Hospital, Circus…

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Ebola virus and its Challenges in 2019

A story had it that a man was seriously ill for weeks and all treatments seemed not to produce any effective results. After many trials and errors, the man and his wife went for an elaborate test, which eventually revealed the unexpected bad news. Afraid to break the shocking news to the man, the doctor called his wife aside and broke the news. “God is wonderful. He has done it again for me.” The woman shouted, dancing. Confused, the…

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European Edition Vol. 6 Issue 21

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Food: Beef With Chapati

From : Niger Persons: 4 400g beef meat, 500g haricot (green beans), half piece of garlic, 1 pepper, 0.25g Saffron, 4 chapati (or 4 slices of Turkish bread), 1 beef bouillon cube, 1 EP oil, salt Preparation Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 30 minutes Cut the meat in small pieces. Wash the meat and cook it a pan with 500mg water. Cook for 15 minutes. In between, wash the beans and pepper. Peel the garlic and cut the beans,…

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