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Copa America: Neymar scores again to

June 17, 2021 Brazil’s Everton Ribeiro celebrates scoring their third goal with Neymar REUTERS Neymar scored his 68th goal for Brazil in the 4-0 victory over Peru on Thursday and with it surpassed former Real Madrid and Internazionale striker Ronaldo as Brazil’s second top goalscorer behind Pele. Neymar reached the

Opinion | Eric Adams Is Awful.

For Yang, I suspect, a successful mayoralty would mean restoring Michael Bloomberg’s New York, an extremely safe, pleasant place for tourists and well-off families like mine, but one where many poorer people were financially squeezed and strictly policed. Even if Yang could, as a political novice, stand up to the

KQ Flights to London Set to

National carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) is set to resume flights to and from London on June 26. This follows the lifting of the suspension of flights to and from Britain since April due to Covid-19. “The resumption of flights to London, United Kingdom is in line with our plans to

Two suspected thugs gunned down in

A loaded Blow P99A pistol recovered from the criminals during the Friday night Langata shootout. [Courtesy] Two armed gangsters were on Friday night shot dead by Police last night, after they attacked a woman and robbed her of her mobile phone and other valuables. Police on patrol responded to the

Two armed gangsters shot dead after

Photo Courtesy: DCI Two armed gangsters were Friday night shot dead by police after they attacked a woman and robbed her of her mobile phone and other valuables. The thugs who were armed with a pistol had accosted the woman who had just been dropped off by a taxi along

Setback for EU in legal fight

The EU has lost a legal battle in Brussels to force Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca to supply 120m doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by the end of June. It went to court last month after the company delayed shipment of the vital vaccines, having originally committed to supplying 300m doses by

Garissa County releases 44 petty offenders

Forty-four inmates in Garissa, serving a maximum of three (3) years for petty offences, have been released from prisons in a move aimed at decongesting prisons during the Covid-19 pandemic. A nationwide exercise carried out by the National Committee of Community Service Order, began on Monday 14th at different high courts

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