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A company has come up with a way to keep people close to their departed loved ones: bottling their scent as a perfume.
    A new study has shown that people who have sex several times a week earn more than their less sexually active peers, The Telegraph has reported.
      ‘What Makes Africans Laugh’ by James Tumusiime is indeed a fast read. Given a second glance, it is a memoir but also a critique of the African’s attitude towards craftsmanship, knowledge and culture.
        The South Africa based ‘Rich gang made of money team’ headed by Ivan Semwanga with its popular members Ed Cheune and King Lawrence has produced another team called ‘Royal money team’ owned by Prince James Mayiga aka Prince MJ the young brother of Ed Cheune and King Lawrence.
          A village council in northern India allegedly ordered a woman, whose husband ran off with their neighbour's wife, to live with the abandoned man or pay him compensation, police said Tuesday.
            It possibly wouldn't be wrong to conclude that the world is plunging into more secularism by the day. A vast number of people are increasingly idolizing some worldly items and persons, most especially the celebrities in a manner that can simply be referred to as a mockery of God and the entire Chr
              Often members of the constituencies run to their MPs’ homes for solace, especially financial solace, with little thought or care for the other party that also owns the home: the spouses.
                A Nigerian woman filed for divorce from her husband because his penis was too big, Daily mail has reported.
                  Over 25 restaurants, cooking competitions, baking lessons, gas discounts, including entertainment, games for both adults and kids, is what the Tokosa Food Festival will entail, when the gates open at 10:00am, on Sunday 26, April 2015, at Legends Rugby Club.
                    Efforts to refurbish the Uganda Martyrs' pilgrimage trail in preparation for Pope Francis' visit, which is estimated to cost sh5b, have been kick started with sh2.5m raised by St. Mary’s Kisubi and Namugongo Martyrs' Secondary School.
                      Studying in schools like Nakasero Primary School, Namilyango College and Makerere College School, Emmanuel Bagwana seemed set for courses like medicine or engineering.

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