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Police In Brazil Launches Investigations On Bombed ‘Gay Jesus Film’ Office

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Rio de Janeiro police said on Thursday they are investigating a video by a far-right group that claimed to have carried out an attack on a group of actors who had depicted Jesus as gay. On Wednesday, a video circulating on social media showed three masked men claiming to have carried out the attack in retaliation for “an attack against ...

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VIDEO: Meet 11 Year Old Swedish Boy Who Became Part Of Maasai Community

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The 11 year old Swedish boy identified as Mwagwaya Daudi Oscar has been all over news headlines after he has become part of Tanzania’s  Maasai community. Check also: Why Some Kenyan Men Are Forced To Rent Out Their Wives To Tourists The Mzungu little boy who came from Sweden has been staying with the Masaai community for more than 7 years ...

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Kenyan Church Where Hope, Faith, Prayers And Miracles Are Sold Expensively

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Outside Kahawa House on Haile Selassie Avenue in Nairobi where the Kenyan church JTM is located, business is booming even though it is only 9.30am on a Sunday. Traders use all manner of tricks to entice passers-by into buying slices of watermelon and pineapple or bottled water. But most pedestrians are in a hurry as they are running late for ...

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I Want 6 Cows, 30 Bags Of Maize And Shs500k Before Divorcing My Wife

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A heated divorce case pitting a 72-year-old mason and his wife of 27 years has taken a new twist after he demanded for the bulk of his daughter’s bride price which comprised 30 bags of maize, six cows and Sh15, 000 (Ugx500,000) to end his marriage. Joel Lang’at is being divorced by his 65 year old wife Joyce Chemutai, who ...

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Traditional Food And Dance Topped Victoria University Culture Day

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Organised under the theme: the diversity of Victoria University culture  as one student exhibited unique traditional dances from various parts of the world. Victoria University student community comprise of students coming from South Sudan, Eritrea, Norway, Zimbabwe, Burundi, Rwanda, DR Congo Nigeria and Uganda. Started in the morning students showcased traditional foods, dances and speeches in local dialect entertaining passerby ...

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