• Trump's 'shithole' remark, a wake-up call for Africa - Museveni
Trump's 'shithole' remark, a wake-up call for Africa - Museveni

The Ugandan, who was speaking to lawmakers at the opening of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) in the Ugandan capital of Kampala, added: "I do not know whether [Mr Trump] was quoted correctly, but I like him because he addresses Africa's weaknesses with frankness".

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  • Kim can use nukes as 'coercive' tool: Central Intelligence Agency
Kim can use nukes as 'coercive' tool: Central Intelligence Agency

Pompeo said North Korea's nuclear weapons program has developed at a "very rapid clip", but that Kim is hoping for an arsenal of nuclear weapons - "not one, not a showpiece, not something to drive on a parade route". In the previous year tensions between North Korea and the United States have escalated over Pyongyang's efforts to develop a nuclea...

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  • Watchdog say Trump's porn star payoffs could be illegal
Watchdog say Trump's porn star payoffs could be illegal

Legs Party Bar says on its website that Stormy Daniels will appear there February 2-3. On Saturday night, Daniels made her first public appearance since her name resurfaced over the alleged sexual encounter with Trump. "At the time, I didn't think that much about it", Daniels is quoted as saying. "The timing of this payment is strong ev...

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  • Arkansas' December Unemployment Rate Steady at 3.7 Percent
Arkansas' December Unemployment Rate Steady at 3.7 Percent

Department of Employment and Workforce. The 4.1 percent matched the national unemployment rate. The civilian labor force, the estimate of all people working or looking for work, was 26,900, down 300 from November. Unemployment rates rose slightly across The T&D Region in December. Gains were posted in both health care and social assistance (3,1...

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  • Hugh Masekela's train comes to a halt
Hugh Masekela's train comes to a halt

A few weeks later, he was up for his second Grammy nomination in the best world music category, but lost out to a posthumous Ravi Shankar record. The trumpeter also performed at the opening ceremony of the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg. "If I can get a trumpet", he promised his chaplain, "I won't bother anybody". Hugh Masekela awarded UKZN's h...

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  • 5 missing after Oklahoma rig explosion, emergency official says
5 missing after Oklahoma rig explosion, emergency official says

Update: Authorities say they will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. News On 6 plans to live stream their remarks. Emergency manager Kevin Enloe says one person was injured and refused treatment at first, but was later taken to the hospital for burns.

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  • Supreme Court to hear Rajasthan, MP govts' appeals against Padmaavat release
Supreme Court to hear Rajasthan, MP govts' appeals against Padmaavat release

The urgent petitions, which the Supreme Court will hear today, were lodged a day after Hindu extremists set fire to buses and blocked roads in Gujarat . The states have asked the court instead to rule that individual state governments be allowed to block the release on law-and-order grounds. The tussle on the release of Padmaavat still not r...

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  • No adjustment with Congress: CPI(M)
No adjustment with Congress: CPI(M)

Mr Antony said it was evident that the CPM was too eager to bring BJP back to power. Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Sitaram Yechury's draft resolution proposing an alliance with the Congress was on Sunday voted against by the party's central committee, which ruled out any form of electoral ties with the party.

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  • Christian MEP who left UKIP says there's little hope for party's future
Christian MEP who left UKIP says there's little hope for party's future

Bolton will be interviewed by former UKIP leader Nigel Farage on his LBC radio show Monday evening. Yesterday NEC member Piers Wauchope, a former Tunbridge Wells councillor who was the party's election candidate in North Thanet in 2015, said too much damage had been done.

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