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Showing posts from March 31, 2018

Meet Ruben Enaje: The man who has been nailed to the cross annually for 32 years to re-enact Jesus Christ’s crucifixion

Ruben Enaje is a Philippine man who has been nailed to a cross every Easter for the past 32 years in a Good Friday re-enactment of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion who says he no longer feels any pain from his wounds.

Mauritania court gives toughest sentence for slave owners

Two slave owners in Mauritania have been jailed in a country where slavery remains widespread but convictions rare, activists say.

Love & Basketball actress Sanaa Lathan is 'confirmed' as the person who bit Beyoncé

According to Page Six, Love & Basketball actress Sanaa Lathan has been 'confirmed' as the Beyoncé biter,

National Service Scheme releases nurses’ postings

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has released postings of 9,199 nurses for the 2018/2019 service year to various health facilities in all ten regions across the country.

US may tie social media to visa applications

The Trump administration has said it wants to start collecting the social media history of nearly everyone seeking a visa to enter the US.

Texas Megachurch pastor indicted for wire fraud and money laundering, accused of stealing millions from congregation

The head pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church, a 14,000-member megachurch in Houston, Texas, has been indicted for wire fraud and money laundering. He's also accused of stealing millions from his congregation.

Photos: Highlights Of The Francophonie Festival 2018

Each year, la Francophonie is celebrated on 20th March among populations who share the French language in about 84 countries scattered on the five continents.