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kenya set to end extreme poverty

April 11, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Kenya is projected to “make a leap forward” in its efforts to end extreme poverty in the next decade. A global data enterprise suggested in a post published last week by the US thinks tank that the share of abjectly poor Kenyans will plummet from nearly 21 percent today to {Read More..}

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Plane crash kills 3 in Germany

April 1, 2019 Joshua Samuel

On Sunday, a little plane slammed in western Germany killing the pilot and two travelers accepted to be Russian, police stated, as a Russian aircraft recognized one of the victims as its co-owner. A police explanation said the six-seater airplane heading out from France to the town of Egelsbach south {Read More..}

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30 dead in Angola mine accident

March 18, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Not more than 30 people died after a mine collapsed at Chipindo municipality in Angola’s south-west Huíla Province, state media confirmed. According to Radio Nacional de Angola (RNA), the tragedy happened at Chiwele locality where the illegal gold miners were at work. “The prospectors were extracting gold in the mine {Read More..}

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Four Americans dies in Helicopter crash in Kenya

March 4, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Four Americans and their Kenyan pilot were killed when their helicopter crashed on a remote island in Lake Turkana in a national park in northwest Kenya, police said on Monday. The aircraft came down in Central Island National Park at around 8 p.m. on Sunday, police said, killing all on {Read More..}

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World bank president, Jim Yong Kim set to resign

January 8, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Yesterday, Jim Yong Kim, the World Bank President, announced his plan to step down from his role and join the private sector. Kim, who has headed the World Bank since 2012, will be stepping down from the role on February 12. The bank’s second in command, Kristalina Georgieva, will take over Kim’s role, {Read More..}

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More Babies In Kenya Affected With HIV

November 26, 2018 Joshua Samuel

Despite efforts by national and county governments to ensure mothers give birth to HIV-free babies, new infections in children have gone up in the last one year, a new report shows. The 2018 Kenya Aids Response Progress Report shows that children aged below 14 contributed to 7,978 of new infections {Read More..}