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Chance the Rapper taking sabbatical to read the Bible

Chance the Rapper has left the US on his first sabbatical, saying he is “going away to learn the Word of God”. Read More »

When is the Champions League Round of 16 draw?

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur both secured qualification to the knockout stages of the 2018/19 Champions League on Tuesday night. Read More »

Liverpool's best and worst Champions League group stage finales

Liverpool secured their place in the knockout stage of the Champions League with another brilliant result at Anfield following their 1-0 victory over Napoli in their final Group C match. Read More »

Tom DeLonge is making a sci-fi TV series called 'Strange Times'

Blink 182’s ex-member Tom DeLonge has announced he is making a paranormal sci-fi TV series. Read More »

Nick Cave shares letter he sent to Brian Eno about Israel boycott

Nick Cave has published a letter to Brian Eno where he criticises the fellow musician for his stance on the Israel boycott. Read More »

Can Drought-Proof Maize Save Zimbabwe’s Farmers?

Researchers are betting that a drought-proof variety of maize can help farmers in Zimbabwe withstand a changing climate that is increasingly prone to drought.  The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) says it is working on ensuring Zimbabwe returns to its former status as a prosperous, self-sufficient agricultural producer, ... Read More »

Ethnic Korean Groups in Japan Advance Korean Rights, Culture and Unification with Homeland

Prior to the end of World War II, there was no North or South Korea. There was only one nation, occupied by Japan. When Tokyo surrendered to Allied forces in 1945, the peninsula was split in two at the 38th parallel, and thousands of ethnic Koreans were left in Japan.  ... Read More »

Britain’s May Facing No-Confidence Vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote from her Conservative Party lawmakers Wednesday, the latest fallout from her handling of the process to withdraw Britain from the European Union. If a majority of Conservatives in the House of Commons vote against May, she will have to step down ... Read More »

Red Tape, Funding Problems Hamper Lion Air Black Box Search

Bureaucratic wrangling and funding problems have hampered the search for the cockpit voice recorder of a crashed Lion Air jet, prompting investigators to turn to the airline to foot the bill in a rare test of global norms on the probe’s independence. Weeks of delays in the search for the ... Read More »

Support medical drone project – Govt to GMA

Government has urged stakeholders in the health sector to support the implementation of the Drone Health Delivery System which received parliamentary approval on Tuesday. Deputy Information Minister Pius Enam Hadzide said the government was aware of the various feedbacks that have greeted the introduction of the technology project including that ... Read More »

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