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Barcelona yesterday made an unbelievable historic comeback beating PSG in an epic revenge offensive. Finally Nairobi governor appeared on Jeff Koinange Live. Many companies are denouncing the Wikileaks dump. Hunger still continues to cause deaths in some regions in Africa. Here are the stories making headlines around the world.

Barca stuns PSG 6-1 in astonishing comeback

Having lost the first-leg 4-0 in Paris, few had given Barca a chance of reaching the last eight. Luis Enrique's side made a barnstorming start and early in the second half a Lionel Messi penalty gave them a 3-0 lead in the Camp Nou.

Royal Baby Announcement: Miss Karun Is Pregnant!

She was the face of Africa's most promising band, Camp Mulla. They were even nominated for a BET. And she was barely 18 at that time. Yet every man and woman, of all ages, talked of her talent and beauty. But soon it was announced she would be leaving the group to pursue her studies in Boston.

Will He Deport Kenyans? Here's What Trump Told Uhuru In Their First Phonecall

The 45th president of the United States Donald J. Trump made his maiden call to President Uhuru Kenyatta on May 7th. He had earlier skipped Kenya when making phone calls to African leaders raising speculation that he had no intentions of continuing with the warm relationship his predecessor Barrack Obama had created between his country and Kenya.

FBI and CIA launch criminal investigation into 'malware leaks' - BBC News

US federal agencies have launched a criminal investigation into the public release of documents said to detail CIA hacking tools, US officials say. They told US media that the FBI and CIA were co-ordinating the inquiry after Wikileaks published thousands of files.

US warns 'all options on table' to deal with N Korea

The United States on Wednesday said "all options are on the table" to deal with North Korea. US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley also denounced North Korean leader Kim Jong-un after the United Nations Security Council discussed its launch of four ballistic missiles on Monday.

Zambia's boxing star

Esther Phiri has literally had to fight hard to carve out an independent life on her own terms. In her native Zambia, the seven-time world champion boxer is an icon for women who pursue their dreams in defiance of tradition.

US deploys heavily armed Marines to Syria

A couple hundred Marines have deployed into Syria with heavy artillery guns, as part of the ongoing preparation for the fight to push ISIL out of its self-declared headquarters of Raqqa, a Pentagon spokesman has confirmed.

Uber says it's reviewing use "Greyball' and won't use it to monitor regulators

Uber's Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan posted an update about the company's use of "Greyball" on Wednesday, providing some details about use of the software tool, which was revealed in a New York Time report last week.

10 Most Powerful People In The World | People Who Control At Least 100 Million Lives

This list of Most Powerful People in the World is inspired from the (The World's Most Powerful People 2016). There are nearly 7.4 billion humans on planet Earth, but these 74 men and women make the world turn. Forbes' annual ranking of the World's Most Powerful People identifies one person out of every 100 million whose actions mean the most.

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