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Yemenis hold demo to protest against foreign meddling, drone attacks

Yemenis hold demo to protest against foreign meddling, drone attacks

                                                                                Yemeni protesters chant slogans during an anti-government demonstration in Sana’a on August 3, 2012. Thousands of Yemenis have once again taken to the streets to protest against foreign interference in the country’s internal affairs, Press TV reports. In massive demonstrations held after Friday prayers in the capital Sana’a, the northern city of Sa’ada, and [&hellip

The Role of Iman

The Role of Iman

The Role of Iman, By Ayatollah Shaheed Beheshti  Iman is an Arabic word which has been naturalized in many Muslim lands, where it is commonly understood. All those whose mother tongue is Persian, Turkish, Swahili or Urdu are more or less familiar with it. Though in English the words, like faith, belief and trust are [&hellip

Athletics event gets underway

Athletics event gets underway

Athletic Tanzania (AT) president Anthony Mtaka The national athletics championship gets underway at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today with more than 460 athletes expected to compete. Athletic Tanzania (AT) president Anthony Mtaka said most of the regional teams have arrived in the city ready for the event while other are expected to [&hellip

Barton must serve 12-match ban at Marseille

Barton must serve 12-match ban at Marseille

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton must serve the remainder of his 12-game ban during his season-long loan at Marseille.  Barton, 30, was suspended following his sending-off in  QPR’s final match of last season at Manchester City. He subsequently clashed with City players Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany as he left the pitch. Barton has [&hellip

Children ‘need more teaching on cancer causes’

Children ‘need more teaching on cancer causes’

Children are unaware of what causes cancer, with a small number believing they can get it from behaving badly, suggests a poll by Macmillan Cancer Support. The survey of 500 children aged nine to 16-years-old found that 97% do not know that sunburn can cause cancer – although 91% do know smoking causes it. The [&hellip

Athletes gear up for national event

Athletes gear up for national event

The national athletics championship   gets underway at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, so confirms the Athletic Tanzania (AT) secretary general Suleiman Nyambui. Nyambui said most of the regions have confirmed to compete with the exception of Geita. Lack of funds has forced Geita to skip the event which is stage for athletes to [&hellip

Bad sleep may predict Alzheimer’s

Bad sleep may predict Alzheimer’s

Problems sleeping may be an early sign of Alzheimer’s if a study in mice also applies to people, say researchers. Clumps of protein, called plaques, in the brain are thought to be a key component of the illness. A study, published in the journal Science Translational Medicine, showed that when plaques first developed, the mice [&hellip

Fletcher included in Man Utd Premier League squad

Fletcher included in Man Utd Premier League squad

Darren Fletcher has been included in Manchester United’s Premier League squad as he pushes to return from a chronic bowel condition. Scotland midfielder Fletcher, 28, ha not played for United since November last year. Aston Villa have selected Stiliyan Petrov, who was diagnosed with acute leukaemia in March Clubs were required to submit 25-man squads [&hellip

Cole to miss England’s World Cup tie in Moldova

Cole to miss England’s World Cup tie in Moldova

Ashley Cole will miss England’s World Cup qualifying match against Moldova on Friday because of an ankle injury. The Chelsea left-back, 31, returned to his club shortly after joining up with Roy Hodgson’s squad. The injury is described as “minor”, and he will be assessed on Sunday over his availability for the qualifier against Ukraine [&hellip

TFF summons clubs to resolve disputed players

TFF summons clubs to resolve disputed players

Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) has summoned officials of all clubs whose layers have been disputed with regard to transfers. The officials are suppose to report at the federation’s offices in Dar es Salaam today to discuss on the ways to ease transfers ahead of the Mainland premier soccer league kick off. The club officials are [&hellip