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The Albiceleste heeded the call eventually in the most dramatic of circumstances to get the celebrations underway.
By Zak Hawa Dec. 25, 2022

Rapper Drake reportedly lost $1 million on World Cup bet

The issue was that Drake "bet in a market where extra time isn't counted and the result is determined based on the score after 90 minutes of play," according to Vulture. 
By Fox News Dec. 19, 2022

Moroccan media hail Atlas Lions ahead of historic clash

Morocco's World Cup semi-final clash against France on Wednesday has dominated local newspapers and television stations.
By Bbc News Dec. 14, 2022

Mistrust dividing Zim: C’wealth

Commonwealth team leader assistant secretary-general Luis Franceschi said the mission concluded that everyone wanted Zimbabwe to be readmitted to the club.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 18, 2022

MRP seeks to meet Commonwealth team

MRP claims that the Zanu PF-led government has been marginalising Matabeleland provinces and meeting the team would help it air its grievances.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 16, 2022

Commonwealth team jets in

The team that will be led by Assistant secretary general Luis Franceschi, will be in the country till Thursday.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Nov. 13, 2022

French air investigators arrive for Tanzania probe

French civil aviation safety investigation experts have already been deployed to Tanzania
By Bbc News Nov. 9, 2022

Ex-Liberian fighter sentenced to life by French court

A court in Paris has sentenced a former Liberian rebel commander to life in jail
By Bbc News Nov. 3, 2022

DPA clinches huge 4MW rooftop solar project in Kenya.

This partnership is part of the Devki Group’s decision to switch to renewable energy and will reduce its operating costs and carbon footprint.
By Newsday Oct. 17, 2022