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NHS hospitals robbed dead people organs

NHS hospitals robbed dead people organs

Several British hospitals have been exposed as involved in a body organs’ scandal in which NHS hospitals have kept hundreds of dead people’s body parts without relatives’ permission for up to 20 years. The stolen organs include brains and other vital parts of the dead bodies, an investigation by The Sun revealed. Guy’s and St [&hellip

Dar Goat Races to benefit 9 charities

Dar Goat Races to benefit 9 charities

Nine charitable organizations stand to benefit from this year’s Dar es Salaam Charity Goat Races to be held on June 1 at the Green alongside Kenyatta Drive, organisers announced. Committee’s chair Karen Stanley said they have identified the charities and also 13 raffle prizes which people are to win at the event. She named the [&hellip

Broadband connections leased to Telecom Operators

Broadband connections leased to Telecom Operators

January Makamba The government through the ministry of Communications, Science and Technology has begun a leasing plan offered to Telecom Operator companies that cannot afford upfront connection payment to the National Fiber Optic Broadband for faster and more reliable internet services. The Fiber Optic started operating (July 2010) and since then, communications costs have steadily [&hellip

SSRA to host Dodoma exhibition

SSRA to host Dodoma exhibition

Irene Isaka, SSRA Director General The Social Security Regulatory Authority (SSRA) has organised a week-long exhibition in Dodoma to raise awareness on the workings of social security schemes. The May 13 to 18 Show will be held at the Nyerere Square Grounds and will involve all social security funds and different stakeholders, including the International [&hellip

Clerics convene in Dar today

Clerics convene in Dar today

Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Said Meck Sadiki Only a day after an explosion occurred in a Catholic church in Arusha, Dar es salaam regional authorities have convened a meeting bringing together 200 Christians and Muslim leaders to discuss peace and religious tolerance in the country. Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Said Meck Sadiki told [&hellip

Terrorism will not go unpunished

Terrorism will not go unpunished

Arusha Regional Commissioner, Magesa Mulongo At least eight people, four Saudis and four Tanzanians have been arrested in connection with Sunday’s church bombing that killed two people and injured more than 60. Arusha Regional Commissioner, Magesa Mulongo told Reuters over a phone interview that the Saudis, aged between 30 and 45, landed at a small [&hellip

Scientists discover ‘Cure’ for grey hair

Scientists discover ‘Cure’ for grey hair

A cure for grey hair which means millions will be able to throw away messy dyes may not be too far off, researchers have said. Scientists found people who are going grey develop “massive oxidative stress” via an accumulation of hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicle, which causes hair to bleach itself from the inside [&hellip

Armed men keep up sieges in Tripoli

Armed men keep up sieges in Tripoli

Libyan gunmen surround the Libyan Justice Ministry on May 6, 2013 in Tripoli. On April 28 and 30, a number of armed men surrounded the ministries, calling for purging of remnants of the former regime from key posts and hiring of those who helped topple the long-time dictator. Armed men in the Libyan capital Tripoli [&hellip

‘Syrian raid exposed UK al-Qaeda links’

‘Syrian raid exposed UK al-Qaeda links’

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad says the recent Israeli airstrikes on Syria proved that the terrorists in the country are linked with the Israeli regime, Britain, the US and some of their western and regional allies. Syria said  that the Israeli regime violated its airspace and launched an airstrike against a research center in [&hellip

N Korea warns against provocation

N Korea warns against provocation

North Korea has warned against any provocation during the upcoming South Korea-US military drills, saying it is ready to counterstrike if a “single shell” drops across the disputed Yellow Sea maritime border. The warning comes as the South and the US are going ahead with a five-day joint anti-submarine maneuver near the maritime border. The [&hellip