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Latest on the 100 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news There are conflicting reports that over 100 school girls have been abducted by Boko Haram in Yobe state in the Northern part of Nigeria. Twelve vehicles carrying insurgents and heavy weaponry reportedly drove into the school campus, opened fire and let off explosives. Students and teachers then […]

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White House girl who goes without pant is back in the news

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See Ten most read topics in the news Kayleigh McEnany, the former CNN political commentator who goes without pants is back in the news again. In 2017, she was appointed national Spokesperson for the Republican National Committee (RNC). McEnany has been widely criticized on social media for saying that President Trump White House “stands with […]

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Russia stops search for more body parts at plane crash site

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See Ten most read topics in the news After rescuers recovered over 700 body parts at the plane crash site in Moscow, authorities have decided to call off the search. The so-called AN-148 aircraft flying from Moscow to the city of Orsk crashed on February 11 a few minutes after taking off from the Domodedovo […]

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Iran accuses West of using lizards to spy on nuclear program

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to Agence France-Presse, Hassan Firuzabadi, who is Iranian official has accused the western countries of secretly using lizards to spy on their nuclear program. Firuzabadi was formerly chief of staff of the Iranian Army and now serves as a military adviser to the supreme leader Ayatollah […]

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What Florida school shooter did after massacre

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See Ten most read topics in the news The so-called orphaned 19-year-old Florida school shooter with a troubled past, who was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder surprisingly said that he decided to hide among students as they were fleeing the campus fearing for their lives after the massacre. He made this revelation after […]

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Female care giver caught on cam hitting old woman

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See Ten most read topics in the news Last week, police found insects eating the body of a 94-year-old man. Why are some people so callous? A female care giver who looks after sick, old and disabled people was caught on camera repeatedly hitting a very old woman on her head. This is an elderly […]

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Raped teen found dead before testimony

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See Ten most read topics in the news Mujey Dumbuya, a 16-yr-old teenager and a student at East Kentwood High School has been found dead. She was set to testify in April, 2018 against a man from Michigan who made love with her against her wish in a parked car. Her corpse was found in […]

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Why North Korean army of beauties are in South Korea

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See Ten most read topics in the news The so-called North Korean army of beauties (cheerleaders) which comprise of women who have been personally selected by Kim Jong Un, are in South Korea to cheer on the North Korean delegation at the olympic games. The group comprises of 230 women. Newsmedia across the globe are […]

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North Korea invites South Korean president for talks

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to South Korean authorities, the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, has invited South Korean President, Moon Jae-in, to North Korea for talks. This comes as the world is trying to figure out what is in Kim Jung Un’s mind as he has allowed his […]

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China police are now using smart glasses which recognise criminals

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See Ten most read topics in the news China which is the world leader in facial recognition technology has now equipped it’s police with dark hi-tech smart sunglasses that are capable of facial recognition. This enables the police to identify or pick out suspects in a crowd. The new smart glasses have reportedly already led […]

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Police found insects eating a 94-year-old man’s body

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to authorities, the police in South Windsor, Connecticut had to dig through about three feet of debris to the 94-year-old Robert Libby’s body which was surrounded by dirty stuffs and thousands of beer cans. Surprisingly, James, his own son was his caretaker. Upon arrival, James initially […]

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Husband bites off and eats wife’s nose

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to Shangdong Television, a man reportedly bites off and eats his wife’s nose in China. He attacked her in her shop, grabbed her hairs and pinned her to the wall. He then bites and swallowed her nose, thereby deforming her face for life. The man and […]

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Larry Nassar sentenced to decades in prison again

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See Ten most read topics in the news Larry Nassar, the disgraced former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor has been sentenced to 40 to 125 years in prison. Judge Janice Cunningham sentenced Nassar after finding him guilty of assaulting girls during medical appointments at Twistars Gymnastics Club in Dimondale, Mich. Larry Nassar is […]

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2 dead and over 100 injured as two train collided in U.S.A

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See Ten most read topics in the news Two people have been reported dead and over 100 injured as a Miami-bound Amtrak train on wrong track collided with freight train in South Carolina. According to authorities, the number of injuries reported is exactly 116. Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, said that […]

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Israel begins distributing deportation notices to Africans

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See Ten most read topics in the news Last month, Israel gave about 40,000 Africans just 90 days to leave the country or face imprisonment. Now, Israeli authorities have begun distributing deportation notices to thousands of African migrants who are still living in the country. The government reiterated in the letters distributed that the migrants […]

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Trump fires back at Jay-Z after rapper dismissed his claims

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See Ten most read topics in the news This is Trump VS Jay-Z (part two). As predicted in Trump VS Jay-Z (part one), after rapper Jay-Z dismissed President Trump’s claims that he is responsible for the record low African-American unemployment rate, Trump took to Twitter to respond by twitting: “Somebody please inform Jay-Z that because […]

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At least 95 killed in Afghan car bombing

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to Afghan Interior Ministry, a bomb blast in Kabul, Afghanistan has led to the death of at least 95 people and wounded almost 200. The driver of the explosive-laden vehicle succeeded in getting through a police checkpoint because he used an ambulance car and told the […]

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North Korea seeks unification between North and South Korea

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to it’s state media, North Korea has surprisingly sent an announcement which was addressed to all Koreans at home and abroad, asking them to prepare for unification of North Korea and South Korea, without the help of other countries. In the announcement, North Korea promised to […]

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Why Pope Francis says fake news is evil

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See Ten most read topics in the news Pope Francis has described ‘fake news’ as evil and he urges journalists to search for the truth in whatever they are reporting before making it known to the general public. This comes barely a week after U.S President Donald Trump issued a ‘Fake News Award‘. The Pope […]

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Police freed 2 Americans and 2 Canadians kidnapped in Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to Nigeria police, the two Americans and two Canadians who were kidnapped in Nigeria on Wednesday have now been released and are in good condition. One suspect has been arrested in connection with the kidnapping. Unfortunately, two policemen who were escorting the foreign nationals from Kaduna […]

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Biafra is now a banned terrorist organization in Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news The proscription of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has been confirmed by a Federal High Court in Abuja, Nigeria. Justice Abdu Kafarati also affirmed that the group is a terrorist group. Therefore, IPOB became a banned terrorist organization with effect from ‎19.01.‎2018. Ifeanyi Ejiofor, IPOB’s lawyer argued […]

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Fake go fund me account for the 13 abused siblings

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See Ten most read topics in the news Numerous GoFundMe accounts have been set up for the 13 siblings who were held captive by their parents for so many years. It has now been established that the said GoFundMe accounts are fake. Los Angeles station KABC reported that any fundraisers set up for the family, […]

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Nigeria Police Force VS Peace Corps of Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news The Nigeria Police Force had earlier described the Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN) as an illegal organisation. Now, the police said it raided and sealed the Abuja office of the organisation because of its illegal operations such as collecting money from unsuspecting Nigerians for recruitment. The spokesperson […]

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Two Americans and two Canadians kidnapped in Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news Mukhtar Aliyu, a spokesperson for the Kaduna State Police command in Nigeria has said that two Americans and two Canadians have been kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Kaduna, Northern Nigeria. Nigerian police have swung into action and the case is being investigated. The kidnapped foreign nationals were […]

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Trump: Babies should not be born in the ninth month

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See Ten most read topics in the news While addressing anti-abortion rally, President Donald Trump indicated that The United States is one of the 7 countries that allow late term abortions. He also said: “Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb […]

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U.S. drops charges against 129 inauguration day protesters

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See Ten most read topics in the news The U.S. Attorney’s office has decided to drop charges against 129 people who were accused of rioting in Washington, D.C., on President Trump’s inauguration day after he won the presidential election. Prosecutors have said that the decision was due to last month’s verdict which found the first […]

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Latest on couple who held their 13 children captive for years

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See Ten most read topics in the news David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, who were arrested after authorities raided their home in Perris, California, because they held their 13 children captive for many years, may face life in prison. The couple allegedly chained, beat and starved their kids for years. According […]

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Victim confessed the truth after initially accusing a black woman

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See Ten most read topics in the news Lizzie Dunn, 52, a Staten Island woman who initially said a mystery black woman attacked her and threw acid on her face, resulting to severe burn, later confessed the truth to the police. After a police investigation, her story turned out to be a lie. The wounds […]

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Two pilots sacked for fighting inside a plane

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See Ten most read topics in the news Wonder shall never end! Jet Airways has terminated the appointment of two of it’s pilots who reportedly fought inside the plane which was carrying 324 passengers and 14 crew members. According to local newspapers, the Indian airline said in a statement that “We have terminated the services […]

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I.G of Police arrives Benue prior to President’s order

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See Ten most read topics in the news The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that on New Year day, gunmen attacked and killed 50 persons in Logo and Guma local government areas of Benue.The Nigerian Inspector-General of Police (I-G), Mr Ibrahim Idris, on Wednesday arrived Makurdi as ordered by President Muhammadu Buhari in order […]

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How Nigerian ladies were sold to Arab men for $500

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See Ten most read topics in the news Nigeria migrants evacuated from Libya by the Federal Government have described their experiences as “hellish.” On arrival at the Port Harcourt International Airport on Sunday, one of the returnees, a six-month pregnant Lewisa Comfort, (23) from Edo State said that the human traffickers promised taking them to […]

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$22M worth of drugs hidden in furniture uncovered in U.S.A

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See Ten most read topics in the news Federal customs officials in Philadelphia have announced that they recently discovered more than 700 pounds (317 kilograms) of coc*ine hidden inside bedroom furniture and kitchen cabinets that were shipped from Puerto Rico to the United States. The drugs are said to have a street value of about […]

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260,000 Salvadoran asked to leave U.S.A or get deported

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See Ten most read topics in the news It is no secret that President Trump is against foreigners living in the U.S. Even before he became president, he planned building a wall between Mexico and U.S. The Trump administration recently ended the residence permit for about 50,000 Haitians and 2,500 Nicaraguans. Now, it has taken […]

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Trump disbands his controversial voting commission

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See Ten most read topics in the news President Trump surprisingly decided to dissolve his own ‘controversial’ voting commission, claiming that there is no need for ‘endless legal battles’ and he does not want to wast taxpayers money in fighting with state governments over their voter data. In a statement through his press secretary, Trump […]

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How New York officials plan to stop vehicular attacks

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, he is spending $50 million on protective measures including the installation of 1,500 metal barriers in key locations around the city. This becomes necessary in an effort to block vehicles from hitting pedestrians after deadly attacks […]

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Ethiopia to release all political prisoners

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See Ten most read topics in the news In a very surprising move, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia announced today that his administration plans to drop charges against political prisoners. It means the prisoners would be released and the notorious prison camp in Addis Ababa, the capital and largest city of Ethiopia, would be closed. The […]

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Florida man beats 6-year-old stepson to death over cookie

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See Ten most read topics in the news According to police, at about 11 a.m., a man who police later identified as Jack Junior Montgomery, 31, called 911 and said his 6-year-old stepson, Brice Russell, wouldn’t wake up and was not breathing. Russell was actually found dead when emergency personnel arrived just minutes later. A […]

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YouTuber under fire for mocking a dead man on video

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See Ten most read topics in the news Logan Paul, an American YouTuber from Ohio, who has more than 15 million subscribers on YouTube has prompted a lot of criticism in Japan and on social media worldwide, after he posted a video which showed the body of a suicide victim in Japan. In the video […]

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40,000 African migrants given 90 days to leave Israel

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See Ten most read topics in the news Israel has given about 40,000 Africans just 90 days to leave the country or face imprisonment. Most of the Africans living in Israel are from Eritrea and Sudan. Some of them are also from Uganda and Rwanda. Those ready to leave willingly would be awarded $3,500 in […]

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At least 12 people burned alive in New York City fire

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See Ten most read topics in the news It is often regrettably said that those who lost their lives few days before the end of the year, are not meant to see the new year. According to the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, 12 people have been killed in a (five-story) Bronx […]

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A quick look at Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against the Kardashians

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See Ten most read topics in the news In Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against the Kardashians she claimed that they sabotaged her reality show with Rob after she broke up with him. The Kardashians have now defended themselves by claiming that Blac Chyna destroyed her reality show by herself. According to them, E! canceled the show […]

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Prisoner exchange between Ukraine and Pro-Russian

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See Ten most read topics in the news Multiple Russian news outlets report that Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists have begun prisoner exchange in eastern Ukraine. This prisoner swap is seen as a key part of implementing the Minsk agreements which is a framework for peace that is intended to bring about a ceasefire between Ukraine […]

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Lewis Hamilton mocks his male nephew for wearing a dress

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See Ten most read topics in the news In the Instagram video, which has now been deleted, the Formula 1 driver, Lewis Hamilton, pointed the camera to his nephew who was wearing a pink and purple dress while holding a wand. Hamilton said: “I’m so sad right now. Look at my nephew. Why are you […]

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A quick look at Pope Francis Christmas message

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See Ten most read topics in the news On Christmas day, Pope Francis sought peace for Jerusalem and for all the Holy Land. As tens of thousands of worshippers gathered at the Vatican to hear the pontiff’s fifth “Urbi et Orbi” (To the City and The World) message which was delivered hours after a Christmas […]

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Why the United Nations voted against Trump’s decision

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See Ten most read topics in the news The U.S ambassador to the U.N, Nikki Haley may have insisted that “America will put our embassy in Jerusalem.” She adding that “no vote in the United Nations will make any difference on that. But this vote will make a difference on how Americans look on the […]

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70 firefighters rush to fight blaze at London zoo

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See Ten most read topics in the news Lots of visitors were disappointed due to the closure of London zoo as a result of the outbreak of fire in the zoo. At least 70 firefighters who rushed to the zoo were able to stop the spread of the fire which broke out in a cafe […]

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Secret human trafficking uncovered in Nigeria

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See Ten most read topics in the news Nigeria which became the first African team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup still has some major internal problems within the country, which includes Boko Haram, lack of enough good roads, no constant electricity supply, bribes and embezzlement of public funds, etc. Today, BBC reports that […]

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Why Trump hurriedly signs $1.5 trillion tax overhaul package

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See Ten most read topics in the news President Donald Trump decided against doing a formal signing ceremony early next year because according to him, television news networks questioned whether he would keep his promise to sign the legislation before Christmas. He therefore decided to sign the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul package into law. Starting […]

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U.N. security council to approve or void Trump’s announcement

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See Ten most read topics in the news Egypt has drafted a resolution which ultimately seek to nullify any move to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The resolution has been circulated among the 15 members of the United Nation Security Council (U.N.S.C.) The resolution will now be voted on and the vote will […]

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Female teacher deemed too attractive for wearing tight skirt

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See Ten most read topics in the news Im Zimbabwe, a female teacher was deemed too attractive for wearing tight skirt to school despite the fact that the skirt was long to her knees. It is believed that the students could not concentrate on what she is teaching them because their attention would be distracted […]

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