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South Sudan's army chief General James Ajongo has died: government spokesman

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's army chief General James Ajongo died in Cairo on Friday following a short illness, government spokesman Michael Makuei Lueth said.


Trump and the TPP: Swallow Your Pride

The first big move made by President Trump upon taking office in January 2017 was to sign away the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). The 12-nation trading pact had been painstakingly built by heads of state and trade negotiators from countries comprising 4


Is East Africa ready for kitenge Fridays?

The East African Community has recommended that people in the region wear colourful cotton fabric on Fridays.


Ariana Grande's 'No Tears Left To Cry' Is An Unapologetically Joyful Message Of Hope - HuffPost Verdict

K E Y   P O I N T S‘No Tears Left To Cry’ is the lead single fromAriana Grande’s upcoming fourth albumThe song was co-written by Ariana and frequent collaborators Savan Kotecha, ILYA and Max Martin, who have worked on her past


The Windrush Scandal Is Just The Tip Of The Immigration Iceberg

Earlier this week the Secretary of State for the Home Office acknowledged in Parliament that herdepartment has lost sight of individuals. We see this day in day out in practice. The creation of hostility only results in the removal of humanity. The W


Princes William, Harry Attend Queen's 'Farewell' State Dinner Without Meghan, Pregnant Kate

Prince William and Prince Harry joined the queen's state dinner without their partners Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, respectively. On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II hosted a farewell state dinner for the members of the royal family and world leaders in


Theresa May told officials to 'toughen up' controversial 'go home' immigration vans

WPA Pool / Getty Exclusive: A former senior Home Office official tells Business Insider that Theresa May personally intervened to ensure " the controversial "go home or face arrest" immigration vans were "toughened up". The source rubbishes claims by May


Arsene Wenger gives his "100 per cent" backing to the return of safe standing

West Brom's bid to introduce a pilot scheme down south has been rejected by the government


Iranians sue US government over 'mass denials' of refugee status

The Iranians are religious minorities seeking refugee status through a special US government programme.


Chingford Fire: Woman Dies As Fire Breaks Out In Care Home

A woman has died following a fire at a care home for adults with learning disabilities in north-east London that broke out early Friday morning. The woman, whose name and age are not yet known, was pronounced dead at the scene on Connington Crescent,


How Bird-Nesting Became The Best Way To Co-Parent My Kids

When I was divorcing with two daughters then aged six and three, I was terrified that I’d lose my place in their lives. I wanted to be involved, to share in their upbringing, in the highs and lows and to contribute more than just the odd fun weekend


Life With Multiple Sclerosis Is Unpredictable

I’m pretty sure most of you won’t have given it much thought when you got out of bed this morning. You were confident that your feet would feel the floor, your legs would take the weight of your body as you stood up and the room would stay sti


Salisbury spy attack: Toxic nerve agent 'hotspots' could still be in the city, Government warns

Toxic levels of the nerve agent used to attack Sergei Skripal and his daughter could still be present at "hot spots" around Salisbury, Government scientists have warned.


Salisbury Nerve Agent Could Still Be At ‘Toxic’ Levels In Places, Residents Told

Toxic levels of the nerve agent used to attack Sergei Skripal and his daughter could still be present at “hot spots” around Salisbury, Government scientists believe.Asmall amount of the deadly Novichok substanceis thought to have been used in


Where To Eat, Drink And Watch Along The London Marathon Route

It is already that time of year again: theVirgin Money London Marathonis taking place this Sunday (22 April) and the capital is ready to welcome more than 40,000 runners, and thousands more spectators, for the 26.2 mile route.TheMet Office has foreca

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