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16 October 2017 11:03 PM Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 8 in Nigeria

Samsung’s newest flagship Smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8 is now available in the Nigerian market, according to an official statement by Samsung Electronics West Africa. The Note 8 which was launched in Lagos at the weekend, takes cues from Samsung’s Note and Galaxy S lines, while boasting even more exciting features making the smartphone a stunning device 105

14 October 2017 11:36 AM Australian charged for drugs in Bali after escape bid

Denpasar - An Australian who was nabbed with drugs in his luggage in Bali and briefly escaped custody by climbing through a toilet air vent has been charged with narcotics possession, a police spokesman said Saturday. Joshua James Baker was detained after arriving at Bali's Ngurah Rai airport from Bangkok on October 8 when Indonesian police found drugs 48

28 September 2017 8:42 PM French jihadist's mother jailed for wiring him cash

Paris - A French woman whose jihadist son fought and is thought to have died in Syria was given a two-year jail sentence for financing terrorism on Thursday because she sent him money. Nathalie Haddadi, 43, insisted she did not know how her son Belabbas Bounaga spent the money she wired to him and said the conviction was a "double punishment" for a grieving 31

11 September 2017 3:38 AM Pope leaves Colombia with prayers for peace

Pope Francis left Colombia on Sunday with calls for reconciliation after its half-century civil war and a peaceful end to the deadly crisis in neighboring Venezuela. The Argentine pope, 80, held the last in a series of open-air masses in the Caribbean city of Cartagena — one of Colombia’s top tourist draws but also one of its poorest cities. On the last day of his fifth 42

25 August 2017 7:21 PM '#CoffinAssault duo must get a minimum of 15 years each'

Middelburg - Coffin assault victim Victor Mlotshwa on Friday called on the court to impose 15-year jail sentences on Willem Oosthuizen and Theo Martins Jackson, who were each found guilty on various charges including assaulting and attempting to murder him in the Middelburg High Court sitting in the Middelburg Magistrate’s Court. Speaking outside the court 166

25 August 2017 6:52 AM Billionaire Samsung heir sentenced to five years in prison

Seoul - A South Korean court has found billionaire Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong guilty of bribery, embezzlement, hiding assets overseas, concealing profit from criminal acts and perjury. The court is reading out verdicts for several accused before announcing sentences. Revelations of Lee's attempt to bribe South Korea's president to further his business 43

01 August 2017 5:48 PM Jordan activists celebrate repeal of ‘marry the rapist’ law

AMMAN, Jordan — The repeal of a Jordanian law that allowed a rapist to escape prison by marrying his victim was bittersweet news for a Jordanian woman whose daughter was assaulted when she was just 13 years old. Tuesday’s vote by parliament’s lower house came too late for the hairdresser’s daughter who was coerced into an abusive marriage to her attacker 53

01 August 2017 4:05 PM Jordan Begins To Scrap Law Allowing Rapists To Evade Punishment By Marrying Victim

Activists protest in front of Jordan's parliament in Amman on Tuesday, as legislators voted to repeal a provision that allows a rapist to escape punishment if he marries his victim. The banner in the middle reads, "Article 308 is a disgrace in the Jordanian justice system." The banner on the left says "Article 308 does not protect honor, it protects 48

31 July 2017 4:18 PM Coffin accused told to keep same casket for himself

"I confronted Jackson about the incident and told him to take that coffin because it was now his own," said De Beer. "I also told him to go and hand himself over, but did not say where. He left the job after that but I don’t know whether he went to the police," De Beer testified. "My father bought two coffins and a man who worked on the farm used another 65

23 July 2017 11:38 PM Thousands march through Moscow for internet freedom as Russia cracks down ahead of election

More than 2,000 people have marched through the streets of Moscow to demand an end to efforts by Russian authorities to control and monitor what is posted online. Protesters yelled slogans including, "Truth is stronger than censorship" and, "Free country, free internet", and a handful of people were detained. For years, Russian authorities largely ignored 53