• Body building legend Ronnie Coleman now crippled

    Body building legend Ronnie Coleman now crippled1

    Ronnie Coleman never used his college degree in accounting, but numbers have still ruled his life. The record eight Mr Olympia titles he won as the world’s best bodybuilder. The 800-pound squat he famously repped twice. The insane measurements of his chest (150cm) and arms (61cm). But now the digits that define his existence are

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  • A 40 year search for a skull in Germany

    A 40 year search for a skull in Germany0

    Pressure is growing on Germany and the UK to return to Africa skulls taken as trophies and for discredited racial research more than a century ago, writes the BBC’s Damian Zane. A Tanzanian based in Germany, Mnyaka Sururu Mboro, has been searching for the lost skull of Mangi Meli for 40 years. Mangi Meli, a

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  • Why most rape victims never tell

    Why most rape victims never tell0

    She was 16, he was 40. She told herself it was a romantic affair. But her body and mind would do strange things when they were together. Sometimes she felt as if she was separate from her body, which would shake and shake after seeing him. This was a full-body shaking, more like a quake

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  • Kenya’s making money on avocado

    Kenya’s making money on avocado1

    Avocado on toast, in a salad or a smoothie? There are many ways to eat the green fruit which is popular with hipsters across the world – a craze that Kenya is cashing in on. At Le Grenier à Pain restaurant in the leafy suburb of Riverside in Nairobi, upwardly mobile Kenyans and expatriates enjoy

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  • 30 children abandon school: pitch camp at Church

    30 children abandon school: pitch camp at Church0

    More than 30 primary school pupils and junior high school students have abandoned their homes, families and education to seek salvation at the Synagogue of Mercy, a church at Nambegin the Jirapa municipality in the Upper West Region. Parents and community leaders are livid over the role of Pastor Charles Ansoanuur, whom they accuse of harbouring the

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  • How a daughter’s growing belly earn her a mother’s growling slap

    How a daughter’s growing belly earn her a mother’s growling slap0

    Barbara and her mother make their way through a mini squabble outside the consulting room. It’s a long queue cemented with resistance, and impatience. After what seems like eternity, her mother manages to convince them that she is only returning to present test results, and that it would be brief. She promised! Shoving her head

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