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Daily Archives: April 6, 2012

Exclusive: Top Actress, Lepa Shandy Secretly Marries UK lover, and Relocate to Canada

Some weeks ago, Nigeriafilms.com broke the story that top Yoruba actress, Folashade Omoniyi, who is well known as Lepa Shandy, has a child for his new Dublin based lover, Dayo David Adewale. Nigeriafilms.com can now also exclusively report to you that the once skinny actress, who relocated to Dublin after her failed marriage some years ago, has now secretly married ...

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‘She Should Be Playing With Dolls, It’s Shocking’: Video of Colombian Girl, 10, Gives Birth to Healthy Baby Daughter After Undergoing Caesarean

Colombian Girl, 10, Gives Birth to a baby girl and sparked outrage after becoming one of the world’s youngest mothers by giving birth to a healthy daughter.

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Racism on the Rise in Switzerland: Human Rights Chief

Switzerland’s government needs to do much more to tackle rising racism and xenophobia, a Commissioner from the European Council on Human Rights said in a letter to the Swiss foreign ministry. The ECHR Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg sent his strongly worded letter earlier this month to Swiss foreign minister Didier Burkhalter. “Manifestations of racism and xenophobia appear to be on the ...

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Swedish TV in Eurovision ‘Black Dancer’ Outrage

Comments hinting that a black dancer should be replaced because of his skin colour in order to boost Sweden’s chances of winning the Eurovision Song Contest recently sparked outrage and left Swedish state broadcaster SVT in crisis. “After this was leaked to the press we were worried because we didn’t hear it from official sources. We tried to stay positive nonetheless,” said ...

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Umoja Village Kenya – Where Men Now Fear to Tread

UMOJA Village, Kenya – No man, except for those raised here as children, lives in Umoja village in Kenya; one has not for two decades. It is a village only of and for women, women who have been abused, raped, and forced from their homes. In the culture of northern Kenya’s Samburu district there is a saying: “Men are the ...

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