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Joe Biden to nominate Merrick Garland for next US attorney general

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The federal appeals judge Merrick Garland, 68, will be nominated as USA next Attorney General by Joe Biden.  It will be remembered that he was previously nominated by Barrack Obama to be […]

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Congress certified Joe Biden as President of United States starting 20th January 2021

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Yesterday, Pro-Trump protester stole their into the Capital Hill and accessed the Senate Chambers hence disrupting the sessions where Joe Biden and Kamala were to be certified as President-elect and Vice-President elect […]

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New mother wins payout of up to Ksh. 892k after she was left out of Christmas party while on maternity leave

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Catriona Howie was awarded approximately Ksh. 892,000 after bosses forgot to invite her to a party. She also claimed that her colleague discriminated against her by mocking baby name.  Howie worked for […]

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Jambojet Announces Flash Sale Of 10,000 Seat Spaces For Ksh 2,100 Each

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Regional budget airline, Jambojet, has announced a 72-hour sale, offering 10,000 seats at a discounted rate of Ksh 2,100 one-way as a special way of resuming flights after Covid-19 pandemic disrupted business.  […]

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Learn English: Nymphomaniac meaning

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Today as I was reading an article by Tatyannah King on Huffington Post, I came across this strange English word: Nymphomaniac.  It’s meaning is very interesting.  A nymphomaniac is “a woman with […]

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South Korea aging population and more deaths compared to births raise concerns

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According to Census data released last year by the Ministry of Interior and Safety, South Korea had 275,815 births and 307,764 deaths.  The issues of aging population and declining birth rates are […]

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Iran restarts Uranium Enrichment to 20% target making it easier to develop a nuclear bomb

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At the Fordow nuclear facility, The Islamic Republic of Iran has resumed  uranium enrichment to reach a 20% target. This was reported by a government spokesman on Monday 4 January. According to […]

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Chinese tycoon Jack Ma is suspected missing

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The Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma is suspected missing. Those making speculations have observed that the billionaire has not made any public appearances for the last two months.  Jack Ma even failed to […]

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Kenyan joins UN Security Council as a non-permanent member

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Kenya’s flag was hoisted at the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York City at 8:00 pm East African time, signalling the commencement of the Kenya’s 2-year term at the UN Security […]

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Senator Isaac Mwaura joins DP Ruto’s Camp

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The nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura announced his joining of Tanga Tanga movement as a means of survival.  He said that he has been listening to the people at the grassroots and shifting […]

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Jeremy Clarkson, 60, reveals he was battling coronavirus over Christmas holiday

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Jeremy Clarkson, 60, the TV host of the Grand Tour motoring show for Amazon Prime, was scared by Covid-19 virus which he was battling over Christmas.  The TV star feared that he […]

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Greta Thunberg, climate activist, turns 18 years

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It can be recalled that the climate activists, Greta Thunberg, shot into fame when she launched a solo ‘school strike’ outside the Swedish parliament at age 15. For an 18-year old, she […]

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Atheists and liberals love sex-mad nuns

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“Atheists and liberals love nuns – that is, they love sex-mad nuns who go crazy, or who have been forced to take the veil, or who abandon their vows, or all three. […]

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Dust-to-down curfew in Kenya extended to March 12

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The curfew will be extended to be implemented across Kenya from 10.00 pm to 4 am until 12 March 2021.  On Sunday, President Uhuru Kenyatta issued an Executive Order to extend the […]

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Israel has vaccinated 10th of her population but discriminated approx. 2.7 m Palestinians in occupied territories

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Human Rights Organizations have accused Israel of discriminating against Palestinians in occupied territories under their impressive Covid-19 vaccine campaign. They have so far provided the coronavirus vaccine jab to at least 10th […]

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Larry King, the veteran TV show host is hospitalized with coronavirus

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Larry King, 87, the veteran TV Chat show host has been reported to be admitted in hospital after contracting coronavirus.  King is currently being treated at Cedar-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angles.  […]

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Who will replace Bill de Blasio as the New York City Mayor?

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The term in office of Bill de Blasio is expiring on 31 December 2021 and those interested in replacing him are registering their interest for the elections which will take place in […]

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Australian women rights activist held in police custody and has passport confiscated in Tanzania

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Zara Kay, 28, an Australian women’s rights activist was arrested and held under police custody for 32 hours starting 28 December, 2020 and her passport was confiscated.  She faced charges including publishing […]

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Biologist Andrew Steele believes aging is a disease that can be cured

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Biologist Andrew Steele believes that aging is just a disease that can be cured and the disease will have a cure in the next one decade.  This dilutes our conviction that aging […]

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Pablo Escobar’s Hippos are fast spreading

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Pablo Escobar, one of the billionaire drug lords, may have been killed in 1993 but his legacy remains.  He brought hippos from Colombia as part of his private zoo at his ranch […]

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Police surrounded Uganda’s presidential candidate Bobi Wine’s home to give him security

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Police say they have surrounded Bobi Wine's home to give him security because he's a presidential candidate. #UgandaDecide2021 pic.twitter.com/BFRXwggMgf — Nation Africa (@NationAfrica) January 15, 2021 Sharing is Caring:

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