Source: BBC When Haven Shepherd was a baby her father detonated a suicide bomb intended to kill the whole family. This is the story of her extraordinary survival and her dreams for the future. When she was just 14 months old, her father made a deadly decision.
Source: BBC, CNN, The Guardian, USpost Should any rational person be given the right to die? Australian euthanasia activist Philip Nitschke wants to revolutionize the way we die. Sarco is a suicide chamber: a coffin-size pod you get into in order to painlessly and peacefully kill yourself on purpose.
Source: BBC Pidgin Some relationship experts will tell you that age as a number is less important than age as experience. For some, the best time to think about settling down is in your late 20s, when different parts of your life often start to make more sense and you feel more stable.
Jean Mensah who is electoral commission chair made it clear at Ecowas meeting at Central region that, the 2020 election is the best election which have been held in the country's history. She continues that, BBC for the first time applaud the electoral commission for marvelous procedures they deploy for the 2020 election without any inconveniences comparing it to of just our last election.
So love can happen at any time and under any circumstances? Like in one of the last films in Nigeria - "When Love Happened"? But this is by no means a film, although it thrives as a film written and directed by astute creative people.
Source: BBC A young man was interviewed by BBC, this was when he said many things about his life, and whatever he has passed through in this life. We cannot be equal so we will never be, because we are all unique. To be a unique person means that you are one of a kind and no other person is exactly like you.
I love listening to BBC radio most of the time because it’s full of real-life inspirational stories of people who have been through struggles and difficult situations and survive. Sometimes you listen to someone’s story and realize you have no problem even though you know you have a problem.
Jammal, a Lebanese man who is a citizen and a resident of Nigeria, in an interview with BBC Pidgin today, explained to the BBC why he built an airplane house for his wife. Jammal said he started building his aeroplane house in 1999 before he completed it.
Meet Akhona Makalima First african female referee to be certified into fifa. Akhona Makalima has made history as the first woman to officiate a men's professional football match in Africa. 32 year old Akhona Makalima is the referee that officiated the Cosafa encounter between Zambia and Lesotho.
Controversial cartoonist killed in car crash Swedish cartoonist Lars Wilkes has been killed in a car crash in southern Sweden's Markaid. Lars Wilkes was threatened following a cartoon depicting the face of the Prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog. Lars Wilkes' car, which was traveling with two police officers, collided with a truck.
Friday, 1st October 2021 The leader of the millitary juncta that ousted former president Alpha Conde has been sworn into office as interim president of Guinea. Col. Mamady Doumbouya was sworn in at the capital Conakry today according to BBC.The new president will rule Guinea until the francophone country returns to democratic rule.
No homework or Exams again as the ministry of Education bans written exams for six and seven-year-olds. "Photo used for illustrative purposes only" In the verge to fade education inequalities, the Ministry of Education has taken a bold step and banned written Examinations. According to the ministry, the practice of taking exams from the first year of primary school, through to University entrance exams is causing physical and mental harm to students.
1. Residents in Toraja Indonesia take their dead loved ones out of the grave once a every year to celebrate them 2. #DID YOU KNOW? If you bite a snake and you die, it's called 'poisonous'. If it bites you and you die, it's 'called venomous'
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Former BBC Correspondent and Now Lawyer, Equalizes Car For Parliamentarians With Cars For Ministers.
We are certainly not in normal times, but the full house of Parliament, thanks to the Finance Minister, may be having their way, as Members of Parliament (MPs) have expressed dissatisfaction with the fact they have to secure loans to buy cars for their official duties and pay from their pockets.
Cheating is part of everyone's life. As soon as you become a student the word cheating is new behavior you have adopted. Many people has been asking why students cheat in school. Students cheat during the exam , class assignment and even homework. Recently we heard about the cheating of our wassce students who were writing the exam.
I was listening to a program on BBC this morning about an Alzheimer's patient and the lady said something profound. She said we are all going in the same direction eventually. It’s just that some of us are warier and reminded of the destination by our bodies every day because of the way we feel when we wake up every day.
Musicians go through a lot of challenges in bringing out an album to cheer their fans. After fruitful skipping of all the challenges to release an album, and when the music hit the right spot then the excitement and praise come in. A deserter of the Shatta Movement (SM) Militants has efficaciously established his Battalion “Self Nation” to release his first banger album titled “The Journey, Zongo to BBC” for his fans and music lovers.
The British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, has reported how a medical student from Nigeria identified to be Enya Egbe ran away from his anatomy class after finding out the corpse of his missing friend was what he was asked to work on. According to the reports, this happened in one of the universities in a state in Nigerian known as Calabar during their anatomy practical.