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Experts Warn DR Congo Against Bringing Rebels Into Army To End Fighting

15 Civilians Shot By ‘Drunk’ Soldiers in Eastern DR Congo

The DR Congo army once absorbed rebels into its ranks as a way to end conflict. Now, as the country struggles with an offensive by the M23 militia in the east, experts caution against reviving the policy. A mostly Congolese Tutsi rebel group, the M23 has staged a raging comeback after laying dormant for years. Its combatants took up arms ...

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How I Succeeded In Making Samosas To Level Of Needing Employees

how i succeeded in making samosas

After my experience with a housemaid from Hell known as Aunt Naki, I was jobless with barely nothing to feed my child. A friend of mine loaned me start up capital to make samosas. I diligently made samosas and hawked them around Kiwatule with my baby tight on my back. Samosas were so good that my market grew to a ...

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Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes First Man To Score In Five World Cups

Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes First Man To Score In Five World Cups

Cristiano Ronaldo became the first man to score at five World Cups on Thursday after opening the scoring in Portugal’s World Cup clash with Ghana. The 37-year-old set the record when he smashed home a penalty in the 65th minute. This was at the 974 Stadium in Doha to give Portugal the lead in the Group H clash with the ...

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EBOLA: Minister Aceng Angry With Health Workers Threatening To Strike Over Pay

EBOLA: Minister Aceng Angry With Health Workers Threatening To Strike Over Pay

Kampala, Uganda | NEWSLEX POINT | Health Minister, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng has asked health workers deployed in the Ebola treatment unit in Mubende district who are agitating for payment to be a little more patient and not threaten them with striking. Without giving exact dates of when the money will come through, Dr. Aceng said health workers need to ...

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Foxconn Chaos; Apologies Come In After Huge Protests At Chinese iPhone Plant

Foxconn Chaos; Apologies Come In After Huge Protests At Chinese iPhone Plant

Foxconn, an Apple supplier, has apologized for a technical error in its payment systems. The apology comes a day after angry protests rocked the supplier’s factory in China. Hundreds of workers were seen marching at the world’s biggest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou city. The workers had complaints over Covid restrictions and overdue pay claims. The live streamers revealed that some ...

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