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  2. Daily Nation - Wikipedia

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    The Daily Nation was started in the year 1958 as a Swahili weekly called Taifa by the Englishman Charles Hayes. It was bought in 1959 by the Aga Khan, and became a daily newspaper, Taifa Leo (Swahili for "Nation Today"), in January 1960. An English language edition called Daily Nation was published on October 3, 1960, in a process organised by ...

  3. Eight critically-endangered black rhinos die in Kenya during ...

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    Kenya had a rhino population of 1,258 in 2017 of which 745 are black rhinos, 510 are southern white rhinos and three were northern white rhinos, having grown from less than 400 rhinos in the 1980s.

  4. Godfrey Mwakikagile - Wikipedia

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    Godfrey Mwakikagile (born 4 October 1949 in Kigoma) is a prominent Tanzanian scholar and author specialising in African studies.He was also a news reporter for the Standard (later renamed the Daily News) — the oldest and largest English newspaper in Tanzania and one of the three largest in East Africa.

  5. Wikipedia:List of online newspaper archives - Wikipedia

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    Kenya. Daily Nation (1998– ) Pay; Kenya Gazette (1972–1989 Free; Latvia. National Library of Latvia (1895–1957) collection of national periodicals, some in German and Russian Free (pre-WW2) National Library of Latvia (1886–1949) alphabetical list of newspapers in digital archive Free; Lebanon

  6. Seychelles - Wikipedia

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    The main daily newspaper is the Seychelles Nation, dedicated to local government views and current affairs and topics. Other political parties operate other papers such as Regar. Foreign newspapers and magazines are readily available in most bookshops and newsagents.

  7. Bukusu - Wikipedia

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    Ordinarily, burial pits were 3–4 feet (0.91–1.22 m) deep, much shallower than today's. People were buried facing east, the direction in which the sun rises. There are two known clans amongst the Bukusu who bury their people in a sitting position.

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