Nasa Kepler Space Telescope Discovers ‘Kepler 452 B’ A Planet, Older And Similar To Earth, In The Milky Way

Nasa Kepler Space Telescope Discovers ‘Kepler 452 B’ A Planet, Older And Similar To Earth,  In The Milky Way

Nasa’s Kepler space telescope has made what could be the greatest discovery since the launch of the telescope in 2009, by  identifying a planet very similar to Earth in the Milky Way. It is possible that the planet holds water, a primary ingredient for the existence of life, By Nasa’s view,this is the real equivalent of finding something that the human race have dreamed about for thousands of years,typically,another earth somewhere out there. The new world…

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Barrack Obama, Then (25) ,Visits His Fathers Ancestral Village, ‘KOGELLO’ In Kenya

Kenyan Skyline is buzzing with US air patrols ahead of the US president Barrack Obama’s arrival. Obama is onboard the US presidential jet US Airforce 1 enroute to Kenya later today. The US president’s late father hailed from the village of Kogello in Kenya. On his previous visit to Kogello,Obama, then not a President and 25 years old, visited family members and his step grandmother and from the photos, he was at home and thouroughly…

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US President Barrack Obama Due Today In Kenya On His First Presidential Visit

US President Barrack Obama Due Today  In Kenya On His First Presidential Visit

There is heightened security activity in Kenya ahead of the US President Barrack Obama’s arrival today on his first Presidential visit. Barrack Obama previously visited Kenya his late father’s homeland a village named Kogello which he last visited in 2006 when he was a senator. See photos of a previous visit by Obama as a young man to Kenya to see his step grandmother Mama Sarah Obama who raised his father. At present, the ancestral…

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Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu (83) Back Home After One Week In Hospital

AFTER spending a week in hospital, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is back home with his loved ones. The 83-year-old was admitted to a Cape Town hospital last Tuesday to treat a persistent infection. Daily Sun reported that Tutu has been living with prostate cancer for 15 years. During a press briefing last Thursday, Tutu’s daughter, Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu, said they were confident that her father would recover well. She said: “His medical team prescribed…

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Only 1Passenger, Chess Grandmaster Nigel Short , On Air Zimbabwe , SA to Vic Falls

Only 1Passenger, Chess Grandmaster Nigel Short , On Air Zimbabwe ,  SA to Vic Falls

AIR Zimbabwe recorded another aviation record as it flew one passenger from Johannesburg to Victoria on a 105-seater plane. The Boeing 737 plane has 12 business and 93 economy class seats. The lone passenger chess grandmaster Nigel Short went on micro blogging site, Twitter, announcing to the world as the troubled airline continued breaking aviation records, but for the wrong reasons. “I am not saying they are losing money, but I was the sole passenger…

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President Jacob Zuma , Discharged From Hospital After Successful Gallstones Removal

President Jacob Zuma , Discharged From Hospital  After Successful Gallstones Removal

Johannesburg – South Africa President Jacob Zuma was discharged from hospital on Sunday following a procedure to remove gallstones, the presidency said. “Doctors are pleased with the outcome of the operation,” spokesperson Bongani Majola said in a statement. “The president will spend the next few days resting and recuperating at home. He will also work from home during this period.” The presidency announced late on Saturday evening that Zuma had been admitted to hospital. The…

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Over 300 Injured As Commuter Train Rear Ends Another Train In Johannesburg

A Commuter train crashed into another passenger train during rush hour Friday in South Africa’s largest city injuring more than 300 people, an emergency services spokeswoman said. Nana Radebe, spokeswoman for Johannesburg Emergency Services, said 326 people were rushed to nearby hospitals with minor to serious injuries. No fatalities were reported. “For now we have removed people with minor to serious injuries, but none critical,” she said, adding that firefighters searched for commuters who may have…

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Police Offer US$10 000 Reward For Information On Itai Dzamara’s Whereabouts

Police Offer US$10 000 Reward For Information On Itai Dzamara’s Whereabouts

Police have offered a reward of $10 000 to anyone with information on the whereabouts of journalist-cum-opposition activist Itai Dzamara as investigations into his disappearance intensify. Dzamara went missing on March 9 in Glen View 7, Harare. Police have been submitting fortnightly updates on investigations into the disappearance of Dzamara to the High Court and working closely with human rights lawyers in compliance with a court order issued in March this year. In a statement…

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Egypt: Six Killed In Clashes Amid Brotherhood Protest

Egypt: Six Killed In Clashes Amid Brotherhood Protest

  At least six people have been killed in clashes between Islamist protesters and police in Egypt’s capital Cairo. The clashes happened after prayers marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan The violence broke out during demonstrations in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and the banned Muslim Brotherhood after prayers at the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The authorities blamed unknown assailants for firing on the march. But the Muslim Brotherhood…

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Zimbabwe Gvt Summons French ambassador Laurent Delahousse Over Itai Dzamara Stance

Zimbabwe Gvt  Summons French ambassador Laurent Delahousse Over Itai Dzamara  Stance

Government yesterday summoned French ambassador Laurent Delahousse after he pulled a shocker on Tuesday by proposing a toast to MDC-T activist Itai Dzamara who was reported missing since March, accusing officials of abducting him. Sources close to the meeting said the Foreign Affairs Ministry, led by acting Secretary Ambassador Jonathan Wutawunashe, protested over the French envoy’s untoward act. Delahousse said in his disappearance, the former journalist had become a symbol and he would not let…

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