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Esther Okade: British-Nigerian Maths Genius Who Enroled In College At 10

Esther Okade: British-Nigerian Maths Genius Who Enroled In College At 10

September 16, 2019

Esther Okade: British-Nigerian Maths Genius Who Enroled In College At 10 By Akinwale Akinyoade If you were to ask a six-year-old what he/she would like to do with their time, it is not far-fetched if the answers you get ranges from playing with toys to watching their favourite cartoon show on Nickelodeon or Disney. However, […]

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The Origin Story Of Silicon Valley—And Why We Shouldn't Try To Recreate It (Eidtor’s Pick – Ideas To Apply By The Very Ambitious)

The Origin Story Of Silicon Valley—And Why We Shouldn’t Try To Recreate It (Eidtor’s Pick – Ideas To Apply By The Very Ambitious)

September 9, 2019

The Origin Story Of Silicon Valley—And Why We Shouldn’t Try To Recreate It
(Eidtor’s Pick – Ideas To Apply By The Very Ambitious)

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Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas Damage 'Like Nuclear Bomb'

Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas Damage ‘Like Nuclear Bomb’

September 9, 2019

Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas Damage ‘Like Nuclear Bomb’ BBC Head of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) has compared the damage from Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas to that of a nuclear bomb. Mark Green said he had taken a flight to observe the damage caused by the storm on Grand Bahama and the Abacos […]

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The Psychology Of Trump’s Preoccupation With Obama

The Psychology Of Trump’s Preoccupation With Obama

September 9, 2019

The Psychology Of Trump’s Preoccupation With Obama

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17 Questions to Ask Your Fiancé While You Plan Your Wedding

We’ve Lost Millions, We’re No Longer Safe —Nigerians In South Africa

September 2, 2019

We’ve Lost Millions, We’re No Longer Safe —Nigerians In South Africa President of the Nigerian Union in South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, speaks on the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa in this interview with TOBI AWORINDE What caused the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa? Last Monday, there was a fight between some foreigners suspected […]

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The Observer View On Jair Bolsonaro And The Amazon Wildfires

The Observer View On Jair Bolsonaro And The Amazon Wildfires

August 26, 2019

The Observer View On Jair Bolsonaro And The Amazon Wildfires Observer Editorial The ecological carnage we are witnessing will reverberate far beyond the borders of Brazil Smoke from the wildfires burning in the Amazon plunged São Paulo, 1,700 miles from the scenes of destruction, into an eerie darkness last Monday afternoon. The temporary blackout made […]

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Sudan’s Bashir In Court For Graft Trial

Sudan’s Bashir In Court For Graft Trial

August 19, 2019

Sudan’s Bashir In Court For Graft Trial By AFP Sudan’s deposed military leader Omar al-Bashir, who ruled the country for 30 years, arrived in court Monday in Khartoum for the start of his trial on corruption charges. Bashir, 75, was forced from power on April 11, after months of protest against his regime and appeared […]

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Jeffrey Epstein's Death: The End Of The Scandal?

Jeffrey Epstein’s Death: The End Of The Scandal?

August 12, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein’s Death: The End Of The Scandal? The key facts behind the sexual offences saga By Henry McDonald How did Jeffrey Epstein fall from well-connected financier to disgraced sex offender? Epstein, 66, grew up in Coney Island in Brooklyn and initially worked as a teacher for private schools in Manhattan, before starting a career […]

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El Paso And Dayton: Two Mass Shootings - Will Anything Change?

El Paso And Dayton: Two Mass Shootings – Will Anything Change?

August 5, 2019

El Paso And Dayton: Two Mass Shootings – Will Anything Change? By Anthony Zurcher It’s become a familiar refrain after every mass shooting in the US. Will this time be different? Will outrage over the violence compel political action, as it has done in the UK after Dunblane, Australia after Port Arthur and, most recently, […]

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This College Dropout Was Bedridden For 11 Years. Then He Invented A Surgery And Cured Himself

This College Dropout Was Bedridden For 11 Years. Then He Invented A Surgery And Cured Himself

July 28, 2019

This College Dropout Was Bedridden For 11 Years. Then He Invented A Surgery And Cured Himself By Ryan Prior Doug Lindsay was 21 and starting his senior year at Rockhurst University, a Jesuit college in Kansas City, Missouri, when his world imploded. After his first day of classes, the biology major collapsed at home on […]

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