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Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
The video, released by the American Civil Liberties Union, accompanies an interview with the mother of mentally-ill Milton Hall, who was shot by eight officers in 2012 for refusing to drop his pocketknife
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Buganda Palace Witness to a long history dark days

The compound which long served as the capital of the Buganda Kingdom, has also been the site of horrific atrocities.

Historic Macedonian mosque not to be reconstructed

The site has been sold to a Greek company so that they can construct a hotel and rebuild the former officer’s club.

The ancient kingdom of Buganda's unwritten constitution

Under Buganda's unwritten constitution, everything belongs to the king, who is locally known as "Kabaka."

Turkish paper marbling 'Ebru' to get UNESCO status

UNESCO Turkish National Commission President Oguz said that its almost certain that the Turkish Islamic art will be a joint inheritance for the world.

Ottoman Scripts added to digital library in Yemen

In the capital city of Sana'a, there are close to 20,000 handwritten works which in order to be protected are being added to a digital library.

Buganda Uganda's 1 000-year-old kingdom

The kingdom covers all of Uganda's Central Region, includingcapital Kampala, while the kingdom's subjects account for more than 20 percent of Uganda's...

NATO's essential contradiction

It had been forgotten that the powers, which form the Western Alliance as a military strategic and ideological design, are formed from countries...

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Call for end to lese majeste law as Thai editor

Call for end to lese majeste law as Thai editor jailed

Author of article that led to jailing of website editor says law is 'excuse for repression'

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Mozambique seeks help for country's renewable energy

Mozambique seeks help for country's renewable energy

Deputy Energy Minister Jaime Himende said that "Mozambique has great hydroelectricity potential, and recently they have taken some bold steps to use renewable resources efficiently"

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Muslim football star supports fan for prayer

Muslim football star supports fan for prayer

Bestikas Football club star, Senegalese Demba Ba's twitter remarks with one of his followers attracted attention.

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Multi-national crew reaches space station

Multi-national crew reaches space station

The new crew faces a busy six months in orbit, including a trio of spacewalks to prepare the station for a new fleet of U.S. commercial space taxis

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Ebola is 'the enemy you can t see' Doctor

Ebola is 'the enemy you can’t see': Doctor

Medical workers risking their lives to fight Ebola in West Africa talk about the challenges they face.

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Buganda Palace Witness to a long history dark days

Buganda Palace: Witness to a long history, dark days

The compound which long served as the capital of the Buganda Kingdom, has also been the site of horrific atrocities.

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Crimean savers ask Where's our money

Crimean savers ask: Where's our money?

Lawyers for the banks are preparing legal actions against Russia, which confiscated many of the banks' buildings, equipment and cash.

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