Christian Okwudili Nwobi

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South African 'maidens' perform annual reed dance - in pictures

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Second member of K-pop group dies from car crash

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A second member of the South Korean band Ladies' Code died from injuries sustained from a motor accident, her management …

British female jihadis sign up to the Islamic State's all-women police force

Female jihadi from UK posts on Twitter a photo of her suicide belt as dozens of women flock to Syria to join the terror state<p>British female jihadis are running an ultra-religious police force that punishes women for un-Islamic behaviour in territory controlled by Islamist terrorists, The Telegraph …

Afghan court sentences seven men to death for gang rape in case that shook capital

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan handed the death penalty to seven men on Sunday for raping and robbing a group of women returning from a wedding in a rare case of sexual assault that has shaken the capital and raised concerns over public security at a time of transition.<p>Police said a large group of …

Sitting and Exercise: How Much Do You Need

By Alice Park | Sept. 2, 2014 <br>Illustration by Robin Davey for TIME<p>The War On Sitting<p><b>You’ve already heard that sitting is the new smoking. Now,</b> …

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