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The 100-year-old Ugandan father marries four new women

It is often claimed that art imitates life, and in the Ntungamo district in western Uganda a famous piece by Wole Soyinka, The Lion and the Jew, comes alive in the form of Nulu Ssemakula. 94-year-old Ssemakula recently expanded his already bloated household by adding not one or two but four women. Ssemakula's marriage success distinguishes him in Ruyonza, a …

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The Standard – Kenya: Scotland on the slow track, while the hopes of the World Cup of Japan are dashed | The standard

Scotland lost the 2019 Rugby World Cup after it was defeated by Japan. Gregor Townsend had hoped Scotland's speedy rugby would push them into the knockout stages of the World Cup, but their campaign was reversed by one side, slowing them down to slow pace and another that played even faster. Scotland's 28-21 defeat at Japan's Yokohama Stadium on Sunday, …

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Man on breathing apparatus after being cheated Sh47,000: The Standard

Awadh Hamadi, 28, on respirator after being cheated. [Photo Courtesy] Awadh Hamadi, 28, is currently breathing using a device in Tanzania after suffering from high blood pressure. A PR official, Neema Mwangolo from Muhimbili National Hospital, confirmed that Awadh was admitted on October 2, when he was suffering from difficulty in breathing. "I was admitted for 10 days, had hypertension …

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Global Forecast Fahrenheit – Houston Chronicle

Global Forecast as of 23:00 GMT Sunday, October 13, 2019 _____ City / Town, Country; Sunday's Weather Condition; Sunday's High Temp (F); Sunday's Low Temp (F); Monday's Weather Monday's High Temp (F); Monday's Low Temp (F); Monday's Wind Direction; Monday's Wind Speed ​​(MPH); Monday's Humidity (%); Monday's Chance of Precip. (%); Monday's UV Index Abidjan, Ivory Coast; A t-storm in …

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Mortar fire hits Somali airport zone, Wounds 9

By AFP More from this author Mogadishu Mortar fire on the area around Mogadishu Airport wounded nine people on Sunday, including members of the African Union and its UN missions Somali police and UN sources said. So far, no group has taken responsibility for the attack on Sunday afternoon, but the militant Islamist group Shebaab has carried out similar attacks …

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Mass migration from Africa likely as the government invests in satellite surveillance of vulnerable countries

C The chief scientist of the UK Space Agency warned that climate change could cause mass migration from Africa and disease. Foreign aid is now being used to fund satellites monitoring vulnerable countries. Dr. Chris Lee said global warming could lead to water scarcity, drought and hunger, which could drive a large number of people out of their homes. To …

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