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Donald Trump is claiming the victory, but Kim Jong-un is the clear winner

    By Virginie Grzelczyk At first glance, it is easy to call the meeting between US president, Donald Trump, and his North Korean counterpart,…

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Mozambique on high alert as al-Shabaab trickles in from Tanzania

  By AFP   MAPUTO — Police in Mozambique said this week that they had killed nine insurgents in the country’s far north after ten people…

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Why Zizou resigned, and who will replace him at Santiago Bernabéu?

  By Soccer Lafuma and KickOff   Zinedine Zidane shocked the football fraternity this week, when he announced he would be stepping down as Real…

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Markle asked her new husband: “Do we kiss?” to which he replied with a discreet “Yeah”

  The Telegraph   There is a history to this kiss, and only if you can read the lips, the romance and the body language….

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Volvo S90 Ambience Concept – synchronisation that connects with your senses

  By Astrid de la Rey Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, today reveals the S90 Ambience Concept, an industry-first sensory experience that synchronises visuals,…

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Bye Bye Arsene Wenger. Your longevity in inconsistency will never be matched

  By Goal.Com   After nearly 22 years in charge of the Gunners, the Frenchman has announced that the time is right for him to…

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Imagine: Mark Zuckerberg made $3 billion while he sat for Congress’ questions

  By CNN and The Conversation   The verdict from Wall Street is in — and investors clearly think Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was the…

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Facebook and battle to sway your mind: psychographic advertising and how it affects journalism

  By Andrés Ortega The question is: Can we protect our societies against “psychographic advertising” – manipulative technologies that stifle democracy? It has often been said…

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Runaway trolley: The everyday ethical challenges of self-driving cars

  By Johannes Himmelreich A lot of discussion and ethical thought about self-driving cars have focused on tragic dilemmas, like hypotheticals in which a car…

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“I don’t hate Emmerson. But he must be proper, he is improper where he is. Illegal…”

  By News24 and Reuters Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has described his departure from office in November as a “coup d’etat” in his first…

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Ongoing killings and attacks on albinos: Pan-African Parliament seeks action

By Jeffrey Onganga Amnesty International Regional Director (Southern Africa) Deprose Muchena has bemoaned the low levels of prosecution of cases involving attacks on people with…

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A black American, a Zimbabwean-American, and a Kenyan: Black Panther and the redemption of Africa

  By Jelani Cobb The Maison des Esclaves stands on the rocky shore of Gorée Island, off the coast of Senegal, like a great red…

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This will be a quiet president, in place of Jacob Zuma’s inane giggling and braggadocio

By David Everatt Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa – forgive me, President Ramaphosa – is self-evidently a private and reserved human being. Since his decision to contest…

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World religious leaders advocate for peace forum on human rights issues in Southeast Asian

  Own Correspondent Peaceful co-existence and progress have become a prime development agenda in both Malaysia and Southeast Asian countries. When the multicultural environment with…

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Bright spark as Chinese lighting ceremony brings luminescence to SA’s Nelson Mandela Square

  Own Correspondent   This week Chinese Embassy in South Africa held a Lighting Ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg to celebrate…

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