• Ford Kenya vows to field candidates in all elective posts

    Ford Kenya vows to field candidates in all elective posts

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    Bonny Khalwale (right) and ODM leader Raila Odinga (left) exchange pleasantries in a past meeting as Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula looks on. The outspoken Senator said the Constitution states that the country is a multi-party democracy and that dissolving parties in the pretext of bringing unity is misleading.
  • Bangladesh river ferry sinks, dozens missing

    Bangladesh river ferry sinks, dozens missing

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    A fire service official said the divers have located some vessels under water and were preparing to look out for more bodies feared to be trapped inside. The initial figures for those missing in Bangladeshi boat disasters are often revised downwards as details emerge of passengers who manage to swim to shore.
  • Ohio Police Chief Outraged Over Fatal Shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa

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    The shooting of Terence Crutcher, 40, by Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby after his sport utility vehicle broke down on Friday, was the latest in a series of fatal shootings that have raised questions of racial bias in US policing. The attorneys also provided an enlarged photo from the police footage that appears to show the SUV's window rolled up, which would contradict Shelby's claim that Crutcher was reaching inside his vehicle.
  • Chemical agent possibly found on rocket fired at United States troops in Iraq

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    The attack took place midday Tuesday at Qayyarah West Air Base in northern Iraq where US and Iraqi forces are building up an operations hub to retake Mosul, Islamic State group's stronghold in that country. It causes skin blistering, damage to the eyes, and can burn the lungs. The Islamic State has used chemical weapons, in the past, most notably against Kurdish peshmerga positions in northern Iraq.
  • Colonial Pipeline plans to restart line Wednesday

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    After a 330,000-gallon spill shut down a gasoline pipeline in Alabama on September 9, fuel shortages and high gas prices are occurring across the Southern United States this week, NPR member stations report. The preliminary report does not identify the cause as the federal investigation continues. Bentley toured Colonial Pipeline's emergency response center, in a luxury resort hotel about 12 miles (19 kilometers) from the pipeline breach, and spent much of a news conference Monday praising ...
  • 44 dead in DR Congo political protests

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    No elections have been announced and it would be practically impossible to organise a poll before the end of 2017. Earlier, youths were seen hurling stones at police on the city's main avenue as plumes of smoke rose into the air from burning tyres and from a auto and a minibus that had been set alight.
  • Judge gives temporary OK to protect Hanjin Shipping in US

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    The filing came a day after lenders, led by state-run Korea Development Bank, rejected the company's restructuring proposal. It was not clear whether or not Hanjin Shipping under court receivership has money to spare to employ dockers in order to unload cargoes, the Wall Street Journal explained.