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Mother Beaten By Son With Belt In Front Of Teachers - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News;

Mother Beaten By Son With Belt In Front Of Teachers - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsMother Beaten By Son With Belt In Front Of TeachersZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsThe form 3 pupil at Wanezi High School allegedly whipped his mother with a leather belt on consultation day while teachers and other parents looked on in shock. Bewildered teachers at the Brethren in Christ-run institution ended up calling the police ...and more »

EU leaders boost support for Libya to halt migrant exodus - The Philadelphia Tribune;

EU leaders boost support for Libya to halt migrant exodus - The Philadelphia Tribune

The Philadelphia TribuneEU leaders boost support for Libya to halt migrant exodusThe Philadelphia TribuneSamuel, 25, from Nigeria, waits his turn to leave the Golfo Azzurro rescue vessel as it arrives at the port of Pozzallo, south of Sicily, Italy, with hundreds of migrants aboard, rescued by members of Proactive Open Arms NGO. Emilio Morenatti. prev. next.As A Refugee First-Responder, I've Seen People Risk And Lose Their Lives At SeaHuffPostIrish naval ship 'rescues 712 people' off Libyan coastAljazeera.comEU Refugee Crisis to Escalate – 30 Million Expected, Just 17 Per Cent EmployableCenter for Research on GlobalizationNews Deeply -Business Insider -Reuters -New Zimbabwe.comall 32 news articles »

'Dollarisation fuelling drug abuse' - NewsDay;

'Dollarisation fuelling drug abuse' - NewsDay

NewsDay'Dollarisation fuelling drug abuse'NewsDayHEALTH experts have claimed that the adoption of the United States dollar in 2009 has caused a spike in drug abuse, as Zimbabwe was no longer just a transit route for the illegal substances, but now provided a ready market with hard currency. By ...BSF organises drug abuse awareness programmesTimes of IndiaYangon police destroy $220m in drugsMyanmar TimesDrug abuse awareness day stresses rehabilitation over punishmentMacau Daily TimesVatican Radio -E-Pao.net -Xinhua -UN News Centreall 57 news articles »

Petitioners urged to use moderate language - NewsDay;

Petitioners urged to use moderate language - NewsDay

NewsDayPetitioners urged to use moderate languageNewsDayDEPUTY Attorney-General Kumbirai Hodzi has commended the Election Resource Centre (ERC) and 14 other civic society groups for a temperate petition to Parliament calling for urgent reforms to the Electoral Act. BY VENERANDA LANGA. Addressing ...and more »

No reforms, no free, fair elections - NewsDay;

No reforms, no free, fair elections - NewsDay

NewsDayNo reforms, no free, fair electionsNewsDayJust imagine if so many people were to register and vote in next year's election that it became impossible for Zanu PF to rig the result and they were swept from office to be replaced by a truly democratic government. It is not going to happen. Opinion ...Mujuru Vindicates Mugabe's NIKUV Poll Rigging AllegationZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 3 news articles »

Cops crash, throw out beer from car - Nehanda Radio;

Cops crash, throw out beer from car - Nehanda Radio

Nehanda RadioCops crash, throw out beer from carNehanda RadioFour police officers — two of them in uniform —caused a stir yesterday when they threw opaque beer from their private vehicle after being involved in an accident in the Bulawayo city centre. A police officer takes down accident scene information with ...and more »

Matapi man plunges knife into neighbour's ribs in row over faeces - New Zimbabwe.com;

Matapi man plunges knife into neighbour's ribs in row over faeces - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comMatapi man plunges knife into neighbour's ribs in row over faecesNew Zimbabwe.comA 19 YEAR OLD Mbare man was Monday caged five years for stabbing his neighbour after his child allegedly defecated on his door step. Wonder Chanetsa will, however, serve two years effective after magistrate, Themba Kuwanda, suspended three years of ...Tenant stabbed over child's pooNewsDayall 2 news articles »

Brexit: Devolved institutions' consent sought on Repeal Bill - BBC News;

Brexit: Devolved institutions' consent sought on Repeal Bill - BBC News

BBC NewsBrexit: Devolved institutions' consent sought on Repeal BillBBC NewsThe UK government says it will consult the devolved administrations on a key part of Brexit legislation. Brexit Secretary David Davis confirmed the administrations would be asked to consent to the Repeal Bill, which aims to turn EU laws into UK laws so ...Skills crunch fear as 1.2m foreign workers mull exit from BritainSky NewsEU citizens 'bitterly disappointed' with post-Brexit rights offerThe GuardianParis Gourtsoyannis: Offer on citizens will leave EU coldThe ScotsmanBBC News -CNN -Mirror.co.uk -Independent.ieall 340 news articles »

Community-based approach to mental health proves effective - The Herald;

Community-based approach to mental health proves effective - The Herald

The HeraldCommunity-based approach to mental health proves effectiveThe HeraldPeople across Africa don't have access to mental health professionals. A new community-based approach in Zimbabwe is proving effective. – Reuters. Dixon Chibanda In Africa, epidemics are associated with outbreaks like cholera and measles or HIV and ...Young people are key to a healthy future for AfricaThomson Reuters FoundationLiving arrows: educate SA's youth or risk a loss of social cohesionBusiness Day (registration)all 4 news articles »

Overturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan, killing 148 - The Guardian;

Overturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan, killing 148 - The Guardian

The GuardianOverturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan, killing 148The GuardianPolice in Pakistan were overwhelmed by scores of villagers who pushed through to reach an oil tanker to gather fuel. The tanker burst into flames leaving more than 100 dead. Photograph: Faisal Kareem/EPA. Pakistan ...Pakistan oil tanker truck explosion kills at least 135CNNThe Latest: Toll From Pakistan Tanker Fire Climbs to 148U.S. News & World ReportOil truck explosion kills 132 people in PakistanReutersDaily Mail -Independent.ie -Sky News Australia -The Straits Timesall 181 news articles »

Tyson saga opens can of worms - The Zimbabwe Standard;

Tyson saga opens can of worms - The Zimbabwe Standard

The Zimbabwe StandardTyson saga opens can of wormsThe Zimbabwe StandardLOCAL Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere is not the only one left bruised by the latest infighting rocking Zanu PF after Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs minister Martin Dinha got entangled in an adultery storm sparked by an investigation ...and more »

Mujuru wants bigger coalition - The Zimbabwe Standard;

Mujuru wants bigger coalition - The Zimbabwe Standard

The Zimbabwe StandardMujuru wants bigger coalitionThe Zimbabwe StandardFormer vice-president Joice Mujuru yesterday vowed to reach out to other opposition parties, even little known ones, for a coalition that will face Zanu PF in next year's elections. BY OBEY MANAYITI. NPP leader Joice Mujuru. Mujuru signed a memorandum ...“I'm Not Quitting”, Tsvangirai Digs InZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 3 news articles »

Britain Gives Mugabe Notice - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News;

Britain Gives Mugabe Notice - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsBritain Gives Mugabe NoticeZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsStaff Reporter | British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Catriona Laing has warned President Robert Mugabe to stop rigging elections or face isolation. She stood to speak at an event held to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 91st birthday, where she did not ...We must not wait for Mugabe to dieNew Zimbabwe.comall 4 news articles »

Private schools: A case of profiteering versus proper education - NewsDay;

Private schools: A case of profiteering versus proper education - NewsDay

NewsDayPrivate schools: A case of profiteering versus proper educationNewsDayLike any other service providers in the country, the education system has had private players since independence. However, of late the country has witnessed the mushrooming of several educational entrepreneurs with parents looking for better ...Make schools sanctuaries of hope - EducationistGraphic OnlineYounger classmates may be worse off than older peersFinancial Expressall 9 news articles »

At women-only salon in Brooklyn, Muslim-Americans prepare for Eid - Reuters;

At women-only salon in Brooklyn, Muslim-Americans prepare for Eid - Reuters

ReutersAt women-only salon in Brooklyn, Muslim-Americans prepare for EidReutersHuda Quhshi, owner and cosmetologist at the Le'Jemalik Salon and Boutique, cuts the hair of a Muslim woman ahead of the Eid al-Fitr Islamic holiday in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., June 21, 2017. Picture taken on June 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar.As Ramadan Draws To An End, Mosques Worry About SecurityHuffPostWhat it's like to be a Muslim woman with an eating disorder during RamadanABC OnlineMuslims celebrate the end of RamadanPress of Atlantic CityChicago Daily Herald -USA TODAY -Premium Times -Christian Science Monitorall 160 news articles »

Chinese delegation follows up on mega deals - The Herald;

Chinese delegation follows up on mega deals - The Herald

The HeraldChinese delegation follows up on mega dealsThe HeraldA Chinese delegation, led by Vice Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Zhang Ming, is in the country to follow up on the mega deals the Asian giant sealed with Zimbabwe. The deals which cut across energy, infrastructure development and agriculture are at ...and more »

UPDATED: Ex-Botswana president Ketumile Masire dies - The Herald;

UPDATED: Ex-Botswana president Ketumile Masire dies - The Herald

The HeraldUPDATED: Ex-Botswana president Ketumile Masire diesThe HeraldGABORONE. – Former Botswana President Sir Ketumile (formerly Quett) Masire has died. He was born in Kanye, Bechuanaland (now Botswana) on July 23, 1925. Sir Ketumile was Botswana's second president who was in power from 1980 until 1998, after ...Tributes continue to pour in for Botswana's MasireSouth African Broadcasting CorporationBotswana's former president Ketumile Masire diesVOA ZimbabweBotswana's former President Ketumile Masire dies aged 91BBC NewsNews24 -Fox News -ZimEye - Zimbabwe News -Premium Timesall 57 news articles »

Four Arab states send 13-point list of demands to Qatar - The Globe and Mail;

Four Arab states send 13-point list of demands to Qatar - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailFour Arab states send 13-point list of demands to QatarThe Globe and MailFour Arab states that imposed a boycott on Qatar have issued an ultimatum to Doha to close Al Jazeera television, curb ties with Iran, shut a Turkish base and pay reparations, demands so far reaching it would appear to be hard for Doha to comply.Vox Sentences: Jobs, jobs, jobs (are still moving to Mexico)VoxSaudi-led demands not 'reasonable or actionable': QatarAljazeera.comAfter demands aired, solution to Qatar crisis seems far offNew York Daily NewsThe Straits Times -Gulf Times -Gant Daily -WBRC FOX6 News - WBRC.comall 250 news articles »

Camden flats: Hundreds of homes evacuated over fire risk fears - BBC News;

Camden flats: Hundreds of homes evacuated over fire risk fears - BBC News

BBC NewsCamden flats: Hundreds of homes evacuated over fire risk fearsBBC NewsMore than 800 homes in tower blocks on a council estate in Camden, north London, have been evacuated because of fire safety concerns. Camden Council says people in five towers on the Chalcots estate are being moved for "urgent fire safety works".London fire: 800 London apartments evacuated over fire safety concernsFox NewsFire chief inspects Dublin blocks for Grenfell materialIrish TimesRydon under scrutiny in Grenfell Tower tragedyFinancial TimesThe Boston Globe -The Guardian -Los Angeles Times -Independent.ieall 316 news articles »