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Senegalese male lawmaker slaps female colleague

Bad blood among members of Senegalese Parliament got worse today after a male lawmaker, Massata Samb, slapped a female colleague, Amy Ndiaye Gniby, during a live televised session. The incident which happened during a budget presentation forced the suspension of the session. Trouble started when Samb,...

Tunisia exit world cup as Ghana, Cameroon, Morocco wait to advance

The tackles have been flying so have the goals. The joys keep coming so are the tears. Once again, football's biggest competition, the world cup, christened Qatar 2022, keeps exhibiting to all lovers of the entertaining sport that the emotion-laden game is an equal...
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Senegalese male lawmaker slaps female colleague

Bad blood among members of Senegalese Parliament got worse today after a male lawmaker,...

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The tackles have been flying so have the goals. The joys keep coming so...

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