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QATAR 2022 BRIGHTON MIDFIELDER MWEPU OUT OF ZAMBIA CLASH AGAINST MAURITANIA, TUNISIA

QATAR 2022 BRIGHTON MIDFIELDER MWEPU OUT OF ZAMBIA CLASH AGAINST MAURITANIA, TUNISIA

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Zambia have suffered a blow ahead of their back-to-back academic World Cup Group B qualifiers against Mauritania and Tunisia following the injury of winger Enock Mwepu. Chipolopolo team doctor George Phiri told Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) website that the Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder sustained a hamstring injury in his Premier League club’s 1-1 draw with Newcastle United on Saturday. “I wish to confirm that we have received all the foreign [land]-based players except the two that is Enock Mwepu and Edward Chilufya. These have not come because of the injuries which they sustained during the games at their bases,” Phiri told the website. “Enock Mwepu has an injury in one of the muscles—the adductor, the hamstrings so he is unable to join us, same with Edward Ch...
SpaceX capsule reentry: Four Nasa astronauts splash down to Earth

SpaceX capsule reentry: Four Nasa astronauts splash down to Earth

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Astronauts make successful return to Earth after almost 200 days in orbit Arthur Scott-Geddes Nov 8, 2021 A SpaceX capsule carrying four astronauts home from the International Space Station after almost 200 days in orbit has splashed down to Earth on Tuesday morning. The Crew Dragon capsule, Endeavour, landed in the Gulf of Mexico just after 7.30am Gulf Standard Time on Tuesday after an eight-hour journey from the station, completing a 199-day research mission in space. Slowed by the Earth's atmosphere, as well as four huge parachutes, it was able to withstand the dizzying descent thanks to its heat shield. READ MORE SpaceX Crew-3 launch to the ISS delayed again Nasa had planned to bring the SpaceX Crew-2 mission team back a day earlier, bu...
America eases travel ban for fully vaccinated British tourists TODAY

America eases travel ban for fully vaccinated British tourists TODAY

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America has finally eased its Covid travel ban for fully vaccinated UK tourists today, as thousands jet off for long-awaited reunions with family and friends for the first time in 20 months. Rival airlines British Airways and Virgin Atlantic operated synchronised departures at 8.30am from London Heathrow to New York JFK to celebrate the end of the travel ban imposed by Donald Trump in March last year as Covid spread across the planet. Under rules first announced by President Joe Biden in September, fully vaccinated visitors from countries including the UK, Ireland, China, India and South Africa will be allowed to enter America. They must also provide proof of either a negative test taken no more than three days before travel, or that they have recovered from Covid in the prev...
Fire guts Ssebaana House in the middle of Kampala

Fire guts Ssebaana House in the middle of Kampala

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By Julius Mugaga/Kmaupdates Kampala,Uganda. Fire broke out on Monday morning, on a  Kampala building in Uganda known as  Ssebaaana belonging to the late and former Mayor Of Kampala. John Ssebaana Kizito. The building that  is occupied by Motor Vehicle Spare Parts dealers is  located in Makerere Kivulu, Kagugube zone . Traders  were found in a somber mood after the building  caught fire destroying  Property worthy millions of Shillings. According to the manager of the building Juma Bukusuba,  fire started  after one of the tenants on the building left  the spraying machine on. He added that  tenants on the building and neighbors joined to set off the fire with the help of fire brigade. Juma says traders on the building lost most of their goods like car lights a...
Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Rudy Peña, & JohnHilgert Identified As Victims In AstroworldFestival Tragedy

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Rudy Peña, & JohnHilgert Identified As Victims In AstroworldFestival Tragedy

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Bonnie Says Celeb Babies TV Music Celeb Galleries Kim Kardashian   NEWS CELEBRITY NEWS TRAVIS SCOTT BREAKING NEWS NOVEMBER 7, 2021 10:57AM EST Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Rudy Peña, & JohnHilgert Identified As Victims In AstroworldFestival Tragedy Amy Harris/Invision/AP/Shutterstock View Gallery29 PHOTOS. Erin Silvia NEWS WRITER & REPORTER Three of the eight victims who passed away during Travis Scott’s concert in Houston were identified through heartbreaking social media tributes their families and friends shared over the weekend. Three victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy were identified on Saturday, just one day after the...
Kylie Jenner Is ‘Broken & Devastated’ OverDeaths At Travis Scott’s Astroworld In 1stStatement

Kylie Jenner Is ‘Broken & Devastated’ OverDeaths At Travis Scott’s Astroworld In 1stStatement

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  Emily Selleck WEEKEND WRITER Kylie Jenner has broken her silence about the deaths of eight people at her boyfriend Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival. Kylie Jenner has spoken out after eight people died at her on again/off again boyfriend Travis Scott‘s Astroworld music festival. The cosmetics CEO was in the VIP section of the November 6 event with her daughter Stormi Webster and sister Kendall Jenner when the crowd surge took place, unaware of the deaths until after the show. “Travis and I are broken and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all who lost their lives, were injured or affected in any way by yesterday’s events,” she wrote via Instagram on Nov. 7. “And also for Travis who I know cares...
PREMIER LEAGUE ASTON VILLA SACK HEAD COACH DEAN SMITH AFTER POOR START TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE

PREMIER LEAGUE ASTON VILLA SACK HEAD COACH DEAN SMITH AFTER POOR START TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE

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Premier League side Aston Villa have just announced the sacking of their head coach Dean Smith after following the club’s poor run in the English top-flight this season. The Villans lost all of their last five games in the Premier League and are fifteenth on the table with ten points out of 11 matches. “Aston Villa Football Club can confirm that the Club have parted company with Head Coach Dean Smith”, AVFC wrote on their official website. Read more : I want to do what I can to improve this team – Solskjaer Dean Smith was appointed Aston Villa manager in 2018. “The Board would like to sincerely thank Dean for his many excellent achievements, on and off the pitch, during this time. “Everyone knows how much Aston Villa means to Dean and his family. He has represented the Club wit...
Police hunt for passengers who fled plane after emergency landing in Mallorca

Police hunt for passengers who fled plane after emergency landing in Mallorca

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CNN) — Spanish authorities have arrested 12 people who were part of a group of 21 passengers that fled a plane after it was forced to make an emergency landing at Palma airport on the Balearic island of Mallorca, Spain, state news agency EFE reports. The incident took place on an AirArabia flight from Morocco to Turkey, which was re-routed to Palma on Friday, due to a medical emergency. According to EFE one of the detained passengers faked a diabetic coma to facilitate the escape of 20 other people. When the plane landed, the group fled the aircraft and ran through the tarmac, the Spanish government’s delegate in the Balearics, Aina Calvo, told reporters. “It’s usual that we receive these kind of requests for emergency landings, when a passenger is sick and the captain decides it’s im...
Three dead as gunmen open fire on passersby

Three dead as gunmen open fire on passersby

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Unknown gunmen on Friday evening opened fire on passersby at Neokeisima junction, Umulogho in Obowo Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria, killing three on the spot. According to The Nation, the shooting, which took place around 7.50 pm, caused pandemonium as residents and passersby scamper for safety. An eyewitness said the assailants immediately went to Umuahia in Abia State in the car while the victims were soaked with blood. Contacted, spokesperson of the State Police Command, CSP Michael Abattam, said the police were yet to get a report of the incident. “I will investigate the incident and get back to you,” he said. Three dead as gunmen open fire on passersby - GOB News (gobgh.co.uk)  
Ethiopia urges ex-soldiers to join fight against Tigray rebels

Ethiopia urges ex-soldiers to join fight against Tigray rebels

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BY BBC Ethiopia’s military has called on former soldiers to re-join the army, as it battles to hold off a rebel advance. The appeal comes as rebel forces – spearheaded by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) – make advances towards the capital, Addis Ababa. The US embassy has told all US citizens to leave Ethiopia as soon as possible amid a “very fluid” security situation. Hours earlier, nine anti-government groups forged an alliance to dismantle PM Abiy Ahmed’s administration.     The government has said it will continue to fight what it calls an existential war. The conflict has entered its second year, with millions displaced and more than 400,000 on the brink of famine. This week, government officials declared a state of emergency,...