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Armenian PM Serzh Sargsyan resigns after days of protests

There were scenes of jubilation on Monday in the Armenian capital Yerevan after protests forced the resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan. Opposition supporters accused Mr Sargsyan, who was made prime minister last week after serving 10 years as president, of clinging to power. “The street movement is against my …

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Barack Obama to deliver 16th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture

The Nelson Mandela Foundation and Obama Foundation have announced that former U.S President Barack Obama will deliver the 16th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture in Johannesburg. To honour the centennial of Madiba’s birth, the lecture’s theme will be “Renewing the Mandela Legacy and Promoting Active Citizenship in a Changing World.” The Lecture will focus on creating conditions …

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Another Boy! Kate Middleton and Prince William welcome Royal Baby No. 3

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate have welcomed their third royal baby – a boy. The Kensington Palace announced earlier in the day that Kate Middleton was in the early stages of labour, and had been taken to the St. Mary’s Hospital. Kate Middleton Admitted to the Hospital Ahead of Royal Baby’s Birth …

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African Culture and Art Displaced at Sisioge 2018 Beauty Pageant

Anyone that says the African heritage is going into Extinction was probably not at the 11th edition of sisioge 2018, my heritage, my pride and Heritage solutions awards The exclusive cross-cultural event which promoted the African culture by raising cultural ambassadors and bringing cultural amalgamation and also redefined the African …

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Kate Middleton Admitted to the Hospital Ahead of Royal Baby’s Birth

Kate Middleton has been admitted to the hospital ahead of the arrival of Royal Baby No. 3. The 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge is currently in labor, Kensington Palace revealed Monday in a statement. “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London earlier this morning …

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Lagos Honours Gani Fawehinmi, Unveils New 44-Feet Statue In Ojota

Press Release: Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Sundayunveiled a new statue of the late legal luminary, Chief Gani Fawehinmi at the ‘Liberty Park’, in Ojota, saying that the 44-feet edifice symbolises the phenomenon that the rights activist represented in his life time. The unveiling of the statue, in commemoration …

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J. Cole’s “KOD” Breaks Spotify Opening Day Record

J. Cole has dethroned Taylor Swift in the Spotify record books. The title track from his recently released KOD album set a new record for Spotify’s most opening day streams in the United States, according to Chart Data. “KOD” racked up 4.2 million streams in its first day, surpassing the previous mark of 3.8 million …

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Allan Kingdom Announces Release Date & Track List For “Peanut Butter Prince”

Allan Kingdom has been blessing us with a number of tracks for a minute. Since December he’s dropped off a total of 11 songs, and now he’s announced an actual project for us to get our hands on. The Saint Paul, Minnesota based homie will be releasing Peanut Butter Prince on June 11th that will be …

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Beyoncé & Solange Fall Hard During Coachella Set

Beyonce invited her sister Solange Knowles up on stage at her Coachella performance for the second weekend in a row, and it was nothing short of epic. However, there was one small hitch in the performance. When the “Formation” singer tried to lift up her sibling during a dance sequence, they both immediately …

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Michael Jackson’s famous moonwalk shoes are going up for auction

The black loafers that Michael Jackson used to perform his signature moonwalk for the first time on stage are going up for auction. The star owned the Florsheim Imperial leather shoes and wore them while rehearsing his performance of “Billie Jean” for the “Motown 25” TV special in 1983. That …

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