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Marquise Goodwin's premature son died hours before his game SAN FRANCISCO 49ers wide receiver Marquise Goodwin revealed he had lost his son during complications in his wife's pregnancy just hours before taking to the pitch in the NFL. Goodwin announced the tragic news after the (read more)


F1 rivals continue to joust

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Sebastian Vettel just pips world champion in first practice at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix DESPITE THE world drivers' championship having been concluded a few weeks back, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel continue to do battle. New world champion Hamilton of Mercedes was (read more)

This marketplace encourages consumers to buy black during the Christmas period SITUATED NEAR London’s most loved marketplaces, Black Market is proud to present their first market for black business owners and entrepreneurs, a Christmas special just off Brick Lane on 16/12/17. A celebr (read more)

Mnangagwa took his oath in front of thousands ZIMBABWE'S NEW President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in to office, in front of thousands of supports in Harare. Taking his oath of office, the 75-year-old former security chief known as 'The Crocodile' vowed to uphold the constitutio (read more)

The student vlogger got to fulfil her presenting dreams at Mr and Miss Teen Ghana UK A STUDENT vlogger’s online presenting skills landed her the dream role of red carpet host at a glittering awards ceremony in London. University of Northampton journalism undergraduate, Josephine Boye (read more)

Now in its fourth year, the Jamrock cruise has made its name as a holiday for fans of reggae music and culture worldwide.. (read more)

6 in 10 drivers (61%) in the UK admit they’re willing to break the law, even if that means having to pay new, higher speeding fines. NEW RESEARCH by car finance broker, CarFinance 247, found that despite the new, increased speeding penalties that came into force more than six months a (read more)

According to his mother, 15-year-old Terrell Burton was returning home from local shops when the incident occurred. Written By:  Nadine White POLICE OFFICERS are being investigated after a 15-year-old boy sustained s (read more)

As use of technology continues to grow, just 17% of children now have an imaginary friend - less than half that in 2001. A POLL of 2,000 parents in the UK found that just 17% of children have imaginary friends, revealing a rapid decline since 2001 when a study found almost half of Bri (read more)

Open Doors, a global NGO network which has supported and strengthened persecuted Christians since 1955. has helped 17-year old Esther after escaping Boko Haram captivity ESTHER*, A Nigerian teenager who became pregnant when she was raped by Boko Haram militants, has received trauma c (read more)

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