Culture: Chinese men snatches dead women’s body from grave for marriage

Police believe at least three dozen bodies have been stolen and sold to superstitious families wanting brides for buried bachelors. The bodies of dead women in China are being snatched from graves and sold for thousands of pounds to feed a growing demand for ‘corpse brides’. In parts of the country an ancient superstition that it is bad luck for […]

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ISIS: Nigerian killed in drone attack is son of former Chief Justice

Ibrahim Uwais, son of former Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), was reportedly killed in an air strike by US-led coalition forces which targeted a senior ISIS leader in Iraq on May 6. Halima, Ibrahim’s wife who travelled with him to Iraq in February 2015, called to inform her father-in-law, Mohammed Uwais, who was Nigeria’s chief justice from 1995 to 2006 […]

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A Cry for Justice..Husband of late gospel singer demands justice

Odion Omoarebokhae, husband of late gospel singer, Yvonne Osifo, who died in a hotel room, has appealed to the Edo State Government to help unravel the circumstances surrounding the mysterious death of his wife, writes Adibe Emenyonu. Yvonne Osifo is a gospel singer and married to Odion Omoarebokhae, a transporter and their marriage is blessed with a three year-old son. […]

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More Chinese Tourists Traveling to Africa

By Miroslav Atanasov When Chinese-looking persons enter the Nairobi City Market or Massai Market Fair in Kenya’s capital, they are often greeted with “Ni Hao” as they pass shops and stands. Some local shop-keepers have a broader Mandarin vocabulary, which helps them sell African woodcarvings, fabric, or other local souvenirs to Chinese tourists. China has recently become the largest outbound […]

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