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Drake Teases 'Nothing Was the Same' With Trailer

Brief clip features a regal motorcade of luxury cars<p>Drake gives fans a taste of <i>Nothing Was the Same</i> in a new preview clip featuring a motorcade of …

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Ice Cube & Mac Miller Appear on ‘The Arsenio Hall Show’

After making its comeback with Snoop Dogg as the guest on Monday night, Arsenio Hall welcomed Ice Cube and Mac Miller to his newly revived show last …

Drake Waves the Canadian Flag in Flashy, Cryptic Album Trailer

With less than two weeks until the release of <i>Nothing Was the Same</i>, Drake is teasing his third album with a mysterious, 32-second trailer that’s …

Trinidad James on "Ea$tside" w/ Childish Gambino - Rock the Bells 2013

New band of the day: Jagga (No 1,594)

He's a London twentysomething fusing the clang of industrial music with the passion of soul<p><b>Hometown</b>: London. <b><br>The lineup</b>: Jagga (vocals, music). <b><br>The background</b>: Out of Control, the new single by a relatively new British musician called Jagga, is outstanding, although it takes a while to actually do …

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Pieter Hugo: seeing South Africa anew

Kin, a moving new exhibition in New York, asks troubling questions about the photographer's conflicted homeland<p>Pieter Hugo describes his new series, Kin, currently on show at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York, as "an engagement with the failure of the South African colonial experiment and my sense …

Pieter Hugo: portraits of South Africa - in pictures

Pieter Hugo’s latest exhibition, Kin, is at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York until 19 October. It confronts issues of race and injustice in Hugo’s homeland – as well as ‘the failure of the South African colonial experiment’. Below, Hugo talks us through a selection of his photographs

Somalia: Civil servants get Norwegian cash

<b>Norway is reportedly paying the salaries of hundreds of government workers in Somalia in an attempt to fight corruption.</b><p>Money from Oslo's aid budget is going directly to 380 public employees in a bid to fight corruption, UN-backed Somali Radio Bar-Kulan reports. Norway says that the scheme is the …

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Massive underground water reserve discovered in drought-stricken Kenya

Experts say the Lotikipi Basin Aquifer could meet Kenya's water needs for the next 70 years — if it's managed properly<p>Scientists in Kenya have discovered a massive underground reserve that could allow the drought-ravaged country to meet its water needs for the next 70 years. Discovered in the …

Egypt announces full-scale assault on Sinai militants

Israel welcomes 'impressive' counter-terrorism campaign against insurgency that was sparked by Morsi's overthrow<p>Egypt's army has announced a full-scale assault on militant areas in the restive northern Sinai desert, in what a senior Israeli official has approvingly called Egypt's first-ever serious …

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