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Cave rescue: Four plus Four more boys rescued by Thai Navy divers

Divers have rescued four more boys from a vast cave system in northern Thailand on the second day of a complex operation.

The Thai Navy Seals leading the rescue operation have confirmed

World Cup; Croatia is not a village team, it’s known as “The Fiery Ones”


Croatia has appeared in the Fifa World Cup on five occasions in 1998, 2002, 2006, 2014 and 2018 since gaining independence in 1991

Before that, from 1930 to 1990 Croatia was part of Yugoslavia.

Zari ex Diamond begs mother to love her side dish Mobetto’s child

He asked his mother to try and embrace all her grand kids without taking sides

The musician has always been saddened by how his mother never acknowledges Hamisa Mobetto’s child as her flesh and blood. 

Dominic Raab replaces David Davis as Brexit secretary

Dominic Raab has been appointed Brexit secretary by Theresa May after David Davis resigned from the government.

Mr Raab, who is currently housing minister, was a prominent

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quits to add to pressure on May over Brexit

Boris Johnson has resigned as Foreign Secretary amid a growing political crisis over the UK’s Brexit strategy.

He is the second senior cabinet minister to quit within hours

World Cup; Belgium is not a pedestrian at World Cup – Kaweesa Keefa

Belgium has appeared in the finals tournament of the Fifa World Cup on twelve occasions, the first being at the first FIFA World Cup in1930 where they finished in eleventh place.

Cave rescue: Operation resumes to bring out boys

Cave divers in Thailand have resumed the high-risk operation to extract the remaining eight boys and their football coach from a vast flooded cave system, the head of the mission has said.

South Africa ex-President Jacob Zuma’s son charged with corruption

The son of South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma has been charged with corruption in a court in the commercial city of Johannesburg.

Duduzane Zuma is alleged to have been part of attempts to bribe a former deputy finance minister

Japan floods: At least 100 dead in record rainfall

At least 100 people are thought to have died after record rainfall caused flooding and landslides in western Japan, a government spokesman says.

Uganda activist Dr Stella Nyanzi finds love in a fellow activist

Uganda woman activist finds Love in one of her activism .

The Ugandan woman, Stella Nyanzi  popularly known as Dr Stella Nyanzi took to her  Facebook Page and wrote a sweet message to her followers on her new found  love.

MP Kasibante ditches MP Sylvia Rwabwogo’s reaction over convicted Brian Isiko

Rubaga North MP Hon Moses Kasibante has lashed out to her fellow female MP Hon Sylvia Rwabwogo’s  reaction explaining herself on the decision she took towards having Mr Brian Isiko convicted for two years over sexual harassment .

Rescuers up against ‘water and time’ to save remaining teammates trapped in Thai cave

The operation to rescue the remaining boys and their coach from a flooded cave in northern Thailand was expected to resume Monday morning, but heavy rain threatened

World Cup 2018: Croatia can deal with Harry Kane after ‘stopping Messi’

Eritrea and Ethiopia to re-establish diplomatic ties

Eritrea and Ethiopia are to re-establish diplomatic and trade ties after long years of hostility.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaia Afwerki made

Brexit Secretary David Davis resigns

Brexit Secretary David Davis has resigned from the UK government.

His resignation comes days after Theresa May secured the cabinet’s backing