• Cameroon issues travel ban on Anglophone nationals

    Cameroon issues travel ban on Anglophone nationals0

    A leading human rights organisation has condemned Cameroon for ordering travel restrictions among Anglophones in the country’s Northwestern region. In a statement, the Center for Human Rights and Democracy (CHRDA) is calling on Cameroon’s president Paul Biya to lift the ban, stating the actions violate constitutional rights and pose a direct contravention of international humanitarian laws.

  • South Africa legalizes cannabis use

    South Africa legalizes cannabis use0

    South Africa’s highest court has legalised the use of cannabis by adults in private places. Pro-marijuana activists cheered in the public gallery and chanted “Weed are free now” when the Constitutional Court gave its landmark ruling. In a unanimous ruling, judges also legalised the growing of marijuana for private consumption. South Africa’s government had opposed

  • German scientists paying €10,000 if you can prove having superpowers

    German scientists paying €10,000 if you can prove having superpowers0

    Think you can move small objects using only the power of your brain? Can you find water using a simple divining rod, or maybe just transmit thoughts telepathically? If you can prove your superpowers, a group of scientists in Germany would love to reward you with €10,000 ($11,700). The Society for the Scientific Investigation of