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CSU Wants Immigrants To Speak German At Home

The Christian Social Union (CSU), sister party to Merkel’s conservatives and a partner in her coalition government in Berlin, made the proposal in a draft policy paper that is due to be approved by CSU leaders on Monday. In the paper, the party says: “People who want to remain here on a permanent basis should be obliged to speak German ...

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‘Carrot and Stick’ Law Toughens asylum Rules In Germany

A new law proposed by Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière aims to clear up grey areas in German immigration and asylum rules. De Maizière’s bill, approved by the cabinet on Wednesday, will provide certainty for at least some people who have until now been living in fear of potential deportation. People who were not deported, either due to lack of ...

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Kenyan Woman Teaches Man Who attempted To Strip Her in Public A Lesson-Video

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Homeless Kenyan in US Hospitalised As Doctors Seek Next Of Kin

A 67-year-old homeless Kenyan, who wanted to return home after 46 years in North America, has been hospitalised in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. Sources at Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta told the Nation on Tuesday night that Mr Timothy Majanja was “in critical condition and we must perform a specialised procedure on him”. A medical assistant, who ...

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Sleeping With The Fishes: Africa’s First Underwater Hotel-Video

The first underwater hotel in Africa has opened off the remote island of Pemba, part of the archipelago of Zanzibar, in Tanzania. The hotel is 250m (820 ft) out to sea and consists of three floors, including a dining room and an upper deck for star-gazing. The bedroom is below deck completely submerged by water and provides a 360-degree view ...

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Briton Held Over Death Of Student in Kenya-Video

A 41 year old Briton, who flew to Kenya to be with a girl he met on the social media site facebook is currently behind bars on allegations of murder. The Briton is alleged to have on several occassions physically assaulted the girlfriend, a 22 year university of Nairobi student and even flushed her diabetic medication down the toilet. she ...

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Anti-Refugee Protesters Rally In Berlin

About 500 protesters, among them neo-Nazis and angry local residents, protested in the German capital on Saturday against the construction of a centre for refugees seeking political asylum. A large number of police kept watch over the protest march and over a large anti-fascist counter demonstration in the eastern Berlin working class district of Marzahn. The anti-foreigner protesters waved banners ...

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Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women’s Group

  Ogoya Nengo was born as Anastasia Oluoch in 1943 near the Kenyan shores of Lake Victoria. Hailing from a family of singers and orators, she soon joined their trade and practice as social messengers and commentators, commonly referred to by the locals as Dodo singers. Already in her early teen years Anastasia had realized much acclaim in her society ...

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