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MASSACRE OF LOVE (1)

OLAYINKA JOEL Stephblog (Nigeria)- Love has different meanings. My emphasis would be laid on that of intense feeling with deep affection. The Massacre of love are ways of killing love. Many people leave without telling us the reason why they left us. I was given this topic by my brother, …

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Nations League: Sterling captains England against the Netherlands

Raheem Sterling will captain England for the first time on his 50th cap in Thursday’s Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands, with Harry Kane and Jordan Henderson left on the bench. Both Kane and Henderson were involved in Saturday’s Champions League final as Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 and England …

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Obamas jump into booming podcast business with Spotify partnership

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle entered the booming podcast business on Thursday, announcing a multi-year partnership with streaming service Spotify to produce a series of exclusive podcasts. Under the partnership, the Obamas will “develop, produce and lend their voices” to select podcasts …

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Real Madrid agrees to pay £130m to sign Eden Hazard from Chelsea

Spanish club, Real Madrid has agreed to sign Eden Hazard from Chelsea in a club record deal worth £130million. The 28-year-old Belgian will leave Stamford Bridge after seven hugely successful years at the club, winning the Premier League twice, one FA Cup and two Europa League titles. This comes after negotiations between the clubs took place …

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Update: Rapper, T.I.’s sister Precious Harris’ died from Cocaine use

US rapper, T.I.’s sister, Precious Harris, died from “cocaine toxicity” and high blood pressure following her involvement in a serious car accident in February, according to the Fulton County medical examiner’s report. In the medical report obtained by TMZ, it was revealed that Harris died from “cocaine toxicity which aggravated hypertensive cardiovascular disease …

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Two Canadian women kidnapped from golf club in Ghana

Two Canadian women have been abducted in Ghana, police said Thursday, a rare attack in a country seen as one of the most secure in the West African region. The Canadians, charity volunteers aged 19 and 20, were taken on Tuesday evening in Kumasi, Ghana’s second city, some 200 kilometres …

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Osagie Alonge quits Pulse Africa after 5 years

  Journalist and media executive Osagie Alonge has announced his exit from Pulse Africa, to take up a new challenge. Alonge, who worked as chief correspondent at Nigerian Entertainment Today, before joining Pulse Nigeria as editor, says he’s now moving to ORide, an Opera company, as Director of Growth.   …

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