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Report: Tyler Perry Is Expecting His First Child

Report: Tyler Perry Is Expecting His First Child

Last week, Tyler Perry turned 45 and celebrated his birthday by throwing himself a star-studded birthday bash that included Stevie Wonder playing the piano. Though that was a highlight of the night, apparently, the most memorable moment came when Perry announced that ...

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Dr. Sandy Holt-Wilson has died aged 78

Dr. Sandy Holt-Wilson has died aged 78

Dr Sandy Holt-Wilson was an eye surgeon who devoted his retirement years to the sick and needy in Ethiopia Dr Alexander (Sandy) Holt-Wilson, who has died aged 78, crowned a career in which he became a consultant eye surgeon in ...

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18 Ethiopians arrested in Meru trying to get to Nairobi

18 Ethiopians arrested in Meru trying to get to Nairobi

Eighteen illegal immigrants from Ethiopia were Sunday arrested Kiutine, Igembe North, Meru County on their way to Nairobi. “The illegal aliens were nabbed at a road block at Kiutine at 8am, aboard 2 saloon cars. They were heading to Nairobi. ...

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Scots reject independence in historic vote

Scots reject independence in historic vote

EDINBURGH, Scotland — Scottish voters have rejected independence, deciding to remain part of the United Kingdom after a historic referendum that shook the country to its core. The decision prevented a rupture of a 307-year union with England, bringing a ...

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Mulatu Astatke: Spreading ethio-jazz to the world

Mulatu Astatke: Spreading ethio-jazz to the world

You’d expect a conversation with Mulatu Astake to be about music. He is, after all, the father of a musical genre: Ethio-jazz. But when he talks about the art form, he tends to focus on its scientific merits. “When you ...

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Ancient rock churches put Ethiopia back on tourist map

Ancient rock churches put Ethiopia back on tourist map

The world heritage site of Lalibela is key to Addis Ababa’s plans to banish images of famine and boost visitor numbers Kiya Gezahegne joined an unruly, jostling throng surrounding a priest who wielded a 12th-century gold and bronze cross, one ...

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