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ANC stalwarts and analysts are expected to attend the NEC meeting this weekend. It's hoped they will reflect on the leadership of the party and the fiasco at the power utility, Eskom, following the controversial reappointment of Brian Molefe as CEO. The meeting comes as ANC suffered yet another humiliating defeat in by-elections at Nquthu in KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Thousands marched through the streets of Brussels, Wednesday, protesting the state visit of US President Donald Trump to Belgium. The march was held under the slogan 'Trump not Welcome' and set off at 17:00 local time (15:00 GMT) from Brussels' North Station. Protesters explained why they decided to attend the demo. SOT, Protester (French): "I came here because what is happening in the USA is also happening here in Belgium: racism, xenophobia, discrimination and sexism are arriving, and it is symbolised not only by Trump but also in Europe by Marine Le Pen and Francken, and people like that. And therefore I would like to tell you, the people who think like that, that you are not welcome here and we will fight so that your ideas don't win here." SOT, Protester (French): "I am demonstrating against the politics of war, anti-feminist policies, sexism, negation of the problem of climate change, the military supremacy of the western world, the position of military policy of the US and Europe, [INAUDIBLE], it is very global situation.
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Eyewitnesses of Monday night's attack at Manchester Arena gave their accounts of the incident, as they spoke to RT in the Nothern British city, Wednesday. Helen Harper was at the concert hall with her daughters, 10 year-old Lilly and 13 year-old Asha. The mother reported that people were “screaming “ and “crushing each other” shortly after the bomb detonated. Harper added that “[It was] so scary to see humans that were so happy and smiling, and having the time of of their lives, instantly, just within seconds [become] hysterical and obsessed, and scared and confused. And that’s what was the scariest thing.” Another eyewitness, Jennifer Corcoran, who bought tickets to attend the US pop singer Ariana Grande's concert with her daughter, said that one of them had “gone from having the best night of her life, to cowering on the floor of an arena," and that the attack was even "more horrific" because it targeted children.
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Afghan girls defy challenges to attend school Thousands of new Afghan students are now going to what for them is an unfamiliar place: a public school. But educational progress has been slow and hampered by war. A recent report by Save the Children says 400,000 children will drop out of their schools this year. The charity says this puts them at risk of child labour, recruitment by armed groups, human trafficking and early marriages. Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Kabul, where he visited a school for girls. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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“There is a darkness in the underbelly – if you can imagine it, it’s probably happened.” When explaining how he was able to escape the molestation during his childhood in Hollywood, Elijah noted that he had good parents who protected him and did not let him attend these parties. “She was far more concerned with raising me to be a good human than facilitating my career,” he said. Wood says the abuse runs unchecked because the victims “can’t speak as loudly as people in power.” “That’s the tragedy of attempting to reveal what is happening to innocent people,” he said. “They can be squashed but their lives have been irreparably damaged.” Wood is referring to the immense power of Hollywood elites to control the narrative and quash any allegations of abuse before they even happen. This narrative is so controlled that after Wood made these comments, the very next day the mainstream media attacked him and forced him to downplay them.
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Toby Keith once sang about dropping "little bombs all over the holy land" but is now playing a concert in Saudi Arabia which Trump will attend.
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Ah, graduation season. A perfect time for celebrities, who are not really like us, to seem smart by giving vague inspirational speeches in funny hats. Instead, comic Maria Bamford used her invitation to speak at the very college she paid to attend the University of Minnesota to do what can only be described as the reverse DJ Khaled: She gave incredibly specific and useful wisdom to the (probably broke) grads. "To receive an invoice [from Sallie Mae] is to know you're alive," the Lady Dynamite star and creator said, ushering the graduates into their painful new reality. SEE ALSO: Why do 'The Bachelorette' producers hate Rachel Lindsay? Read more... More about Celebrities , Graduation , Lady Dynamite , Maria Bamford , and Commencement Speech
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So if you ask the device for directions, for example, they’ll be sent directly to your phone. 6) Android O Android O is a new version of the Android operating system which, while nothing too fancy, “focuses mostly on the nuts and bolts of making the software work better, faster and save battery,” according to CNET . The publication does a nice job of breaking down the most important features of the new operating system, but to us, there’s one major highlight: picture-in-picture. We’ve all had those moments when we’re watching a video on YouTube and realize that there’s something else you’re supposed to be doing. Now, with Android O, instead of having to exit out of the app, just press the home button and the video will collapse into a smaller, movable window, but continue playing while you attend to the other task you have to complete. 7) From GPS to VPS When you’re lost, or can’t figure out how to get somewhere, GPS has been there to save dozens of us.
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What was going through former FBI Director James Comey’s mind when Trump pulled him in for a hug at an event for law enforcement officials? “He was disgusted by the episode,” said Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, editor in chief of the Lawfare blog and a friend of Mr. Comey, recalled in an interview with PBS NewsHour, in which he spoke about what the former FBI director has told him about his relationship with the president. Comey did not want to attend the Jan. 22 ceremony at the White House, organized to thank officers who had worked during the inauguration. Comey, who is 68”, wore a blue blazer to try to blend into blue drapes in the room, Wittes said, standing as far away from Trump as possible. Wittes said Trump singled Comey out and called him across the room. Comey extended his hand, and Trump pulled him into a hug.