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Erdogan says Macron suffering ‘brain death’
Paris. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out on Friday at Emmanuel Macron over his criticism of Turkey’s military intervention in Syria, saying the French president was suffering “brain death”, a phrase Macron recently used to describe NATO.
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DSE weekly turnover rises by 8.5 per cent
Dar es Salaam. The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) weekly turnover increase by 8.5 per cent as CRBD bank Plc dominated the market trading, reports have shown.
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Half of Kenyan workers earn below $300 a month
The number of Kenyans earning below Ksh30,000 ($300) per month has risen to nearly half of the total employed workers captured in government records, laying bare the extent of income inequality.
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What is Eliud Kipchoge's secret to success?
Consistency, self-discipline and hard work are the ingredients that made him retain the World Athletics Male Athlete of the Year title, Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge said on Sunday.
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Why East Africa lost out to West Africa at the $1m Jack Ma initiative
There were just two entrepreneurs of fast growing small- and medium-sized businesses from East Africa pitching their case among the final 10 contestants who jostled for a piece of the $1 million grant from the Jack Ma Foundation under the umbrella of the inaugural Africa Netprene...
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