Congressman David Cicilline, has pledged to donate his brain to research into a degenerative brain disease detected in former football players.
Cicilline, a Democratic Rep. from Rhode Island, played Pop Warner football in his youth.
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy has been
First legalised union of three men in Columbia
When the officiant at the ceremony says “you may now kiss the groom”, Victor Hugo Prada will have to choose which of the two men standing with him he’ll kiss first:
Buratai: Decoding the True African General
By: Karen Goulding
Africa suffers artificial drought of hardcore and outstanding professionals in every field. This plaque has become more visible with Africans joyful acceptance of the neo-colonial erroneous, biased and
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, on Tuesday received Nigeria’s Lola Omolola, founder of a secret Facebook group called Female in Nigeria. .
FIN was founded in 2015 by Omolola, a movement of women focused on building compassion and providing support
Congo Announce Suspected Cases of Ebola, 3 Death Confirmed
Congo have announced the outbreak of Ebola in a remote area of northern Democratic Republic of Congo with a total of nine suspected cases, including three deaths.
UN Peacekeeper Killed In Mali Is From Liberia.
The UN peacekeeper that was killed in a rocket and mortar attack in Mali has been identified by the United Nations as a Liberian soldier.
A UN mission with the acronym MINUSMA
Russia, Syria and Iran have reportedly warned the United States against lauching a new attack on Syria and have additionally called for an international investigation over the chemical weapons attack in Syria.
According to reports, the foreign ministers of the
If the tweet by Geoffrey York (@geoffreyyork), Africa correspondent for The Globe and Mail, are anything to go by, then U.S. President, Donald Trump and Nigeria’s Muhammadu Buhari will have a conversation today by 3.45PM (Nigerian time).
According to York,
For the second time, Adele swept the major categories at the Grammys, winning Album, Song and Record of the Year.
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The 59th annual Grammy Awards brought a pair of sweeps: a likely one for a dearly
The full list of winners from the 59th annual Grammy Awards:
Record of The Year:
WINNER: “Hello” — Adele
“Formation” — Beyoncé
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna Featuring Drake
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One