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It is almost mid month and the international scene, as usual, is abuzz with activities. Here are the news making headlines in Kenya and around the world.

Do You Know Your Emotional Personality Type?

Are you a genius that renews their personality everyday. Take this 10-question psychological test to determine what your emotional personality type is.

You Won't Pass This World Religion Test If Your IQ Score Is Not Between 155-164!

How high is your IQ score? And how well do you know religions of the world? There are about 4300 religions in the world today. Lets see i...

Flyr launches an app for rapid creation of Snapchat Discover-style stories

Pundits like talking about how Snapchat is the future of media (plus video, plus augmented reality, plus the industry of your choice), and it's attracted some big names to Discover, its section for news stories. Now a startup called Flyr aims to enable users to create similar-looking stories and post them wherever they want.

Human trafficking survivor: I was raped 43,200 times

She looks straight into my eyes, her voice cracking slightly, as she tells me the number she wants me to remember -- 43,200. By her own estimate, 43,200 is the number of times she was raped after falling into the hands of human traffickers.

Aid workers kidnapped in famine-hit South Sudan

Aid workers employed by a US-based Christian charity have been abducted in famine-hit South Sudan and negotiations were ongoing for their release. The local aid workers were taken from a village near Mayendit in Unity state, where a famine has been declared, 680km northeast of the capital, Juba.

Don't Put Up With Groping On The Tube, This Campaign Shows Why You Should Report It

Sexual harassment on public transport is a routine occurrence for the millions of women who use London's busses and tubes each year. But despite the fact that unwelcome physical contact or sexual co

Don't Put Up With Groping On The Tube, This Campaign Shows Why You Should Report It

Sexual harassment on public transport is a routine occurrence for the millions of women who use London's busses and tubes each year. But despite the fact that unwelcome physical contact or sexual comments make many us feel sick to our stomachs, the majority of women do not report these incidents to the police.
mments make many us feel sick to our stomachs, the majority of women do not report these incidents to the police.

Africa Live: Buhari due to resume work, Guinean extradited over massacre - BBC News

Nigeria's president is urged to focus on the economy, Senegal extradites Aboubakar Diakite over 2009 killings and more stories.

'Wind of change blowing in African football'

"It's time we introduce a new regime," says Liberian Football Association president Musa Bility ahead of what has been described as the most important Confederation of African Football elections for almost three decades. African football goes to the polls on Thursday to choose a new Caf president and for the first time since he came to power in 1988, incumbent Issa Hayatou faces a serious challenge.

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