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Day: March 3, 2019

Canada:Customers flag bottled water smelling of ‘old socks’ and ‘urine,’ but CFIA says it poses no health risk

  According to CFIA inspection reports obtained by CBC News, Safeway, Loblaws, Dasani and a host of smaller firms sold stinky water. Fresh water plastic bottles are arranged in a refrigerator. Internal documents from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency from 2014 to 2018 show 24 complaints over water quality, mostly related to bad smells, and…

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Donald Trump launches furious attack on Robert Mueller

US President Donald Trump has launched a furious attack on Special Counsel Robert Mueller and on his critics at a conservative summit. In the longest speech of his presidency, Mr Trump railed against the inquiry into alleged collusion between his campaign and Russia. “We’re waiting for a report by people who weren’t elected,” he told…

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DCI detectives gun down two suspects, recover 1,850 bullets in West Pokot

DCI detectives gunned down two suspects at Kitalakapel in West Pokot who were found ferrying 1,850 bullets fromĀ  Lonyang Karen 29, and Kopuonyang Achom 42, had been trailed by detectives from Wednesday. West Pokot Police Commander Mathews Kuto said DCI officers informed him on Wednesday evening that they had received information that some criminals have…

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Speculation about Bashir’s successor rises

By The EastAfrican IN SUMMARY Mr Muindi says that President Bashir has three options. He could use the one-year state of emergency to negotiate with the NCP, some members of the opposition and the international community on the guarantees and safety for his family and close allies who could be implicated in corruption, human-rights abuses…

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Rwandan film picks up top honours at Africa film festival

  ByAFP IN SUMMARY Violence “is everywhere — against actresses but also directors, scriptwriters and technicians, who live with harassment, sexual aggression and rape,” she said, adding that she had twice been assaulted during film shoots in Africa. An online petition was launched urging Fespaco to exclude a TV series from the competition after an…

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Five night guards killed in brutal robbery in Vihiga

By Standard Five watchmen were hacked to death on Saturday night at Kilingili market that borders Vihiga and Kakamega counties. It was a forlorn morning for the families of the deceased, as people stood for long hours waiting for the bodies to be collected, halting any other activity in the market. The incident happened 50…

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