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iPhone 6S Review – Fastest Smartphone From Apple With A9 Processor

By Paul Linus The newly launched Apple’s iPhone 6S may not deliver much change if placed beside the iPhone 6, but under the hood it is equipped with some fabulous new features and the upgrade is worth. It comes with speedy processor and is mounted with upgraded camera. In terms of design the device is a bit thicker and heavier ...

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UK: Queen asks for harmony on christmas

Queen asks for harmony on christmas

Monarch Elizabeth II utilized her customary Christmas show Thursday to call for compromise all through the United Kingdom and to acclaim restorative laborers battling Ebola in Africa. She said it will require some investment to recuperate divisions in Scotland, where a submission was held for the current year on whether to remain a piece of Britain, and commended advancement determining ...

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Ivory coast toll-bridge open for traffic

Ivory coast toll-bridge open for traffic

A huge number of Ivorian people on foot and drivers rushed to Abidjan’s new toll connect on Sunday as the hotly anticipated intersection, which is required to support exchange the world’s top cocoa maker, opened to movement. The 1.5 kilometer-long scaffold is the third street interface over the tidal pond in Ivory Coast’s financial capital. A leader government venture years ...

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President-of-Uganda Uganda: will pull out the troops of South Sudan if Juba is secured

Will pull out the troops of South Sudan if Juba is secured

Uganda’s leader said on Friday he would haul troops out of South Sudan just if provincial strengths secured its capital Juba from renegade assault, as battling on the planet’s most up to date state delayed into a second year. Yoweri Museveni, who supported South Sudan’s currently administering SPLM in its decades-long clash with Sudan before freedom in 2011, sent his ...

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Uganda now on chocolate market

Uganda now on chocolate market

On a sprawling, lavish cocoa ranch in Mukono outside the Ugandan capital Kampala, ranchers have been inspecting chocolate surprisingly. “When we gave our homestead administrator the first item to taste his face was so stunning, he was stating ‘truly this is turning out from what we are doing?’” said Felix Okuye, 28, the official executive and fellow benefactor of startup ...

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Migrant baby born on Christmas day

Migrant baby born on Christmas day

An infant conceived adrift on Christmas Day after his Nigerian mother was culled from a flopping transient watercraft by the Italian naval force has been immersed Testimony Salvatore to pay tribute to the doctors who conveyed him. The two-day old newborn child, who weighed in at 2.7 kilograms (just under six pounds), and his 28-year-old mother were both recuperating in ...

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Justice for Burkina legend Sankara

Several individuals put sweepers on the grave of the previous Burkina Faso pioneer Thomas Sankara on Sunday in a typical motion to request equity for the progressive legend killed in a 1987 upset. Sankara – seen as an African “Che Guevara”, who would have been 65 on Sunday – was killed amid the upset which brought his previous companion Blaise ...

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