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    1. Julianne Hough is sitting barefoot and cross-legged on a twin bed in a SoHo, New York City, apartment, gushing about married life. Now she’s so big-time that her wedding (to Canadian ice hockey ...

    2. In 1940, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling that, if it held today, would likely have made the current NFL “Take a Knee” protests illegal. The case concerned a brother and sister ...

    3. The mother and sister of a prominent critic of Rwanda’s president said on Friday all three of them had been tortured and deprived of food as they were held in jail on charges of forgery ...

    4. Rwanda's military has used asphyxiation, electric shock and mock executions to torture confessions out of detainees, Human Rights Watch said in a report published Tuesday. AFP was able ...

    5. KIGALI (Reuters) - Rwanda's year-on-year inflation rose to 3.8 pct in September from 3.2 percent month earlier, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday. Month-on-month inflation ...

    6. October 16, 2017 at 10:38 am | KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) A jailed critic of Rwanda's government said Monday she was detained because she tried to run against longtime President Paul Kagame in the recent election.

    7. Is Lauryn Hill Making a Comeback?

      NBC Dallas Fort Worth3 days ago

      Lauryn Hill is making a return to music after a decade-long absence from the charts. The former Fugees singer's song, “Repercussions,” which was recently leaked online, debuted at Number 94 ...

    8. Here in East Africa, Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan and Burundi have been trying to phase out imports of secondhand clothing and shoes over the last year, saying the influx ...

    9. Kenya drops fourteen places in Fifa rankings

      Goal.com via Yahoo Sports22 hours ago

      Uganda are still the regional giants followed by Kenya and Rwanda in that order.

    10. Rwanda says torture claims 'baseless'

      AFP via Yahoo News6 days ago

      Rwanda denied Wednesday that its military used torture to extract confessions from detainees, calling a scathing report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) "baseless". In a 91-page report published ...

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