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1 hr ago | Journalism.co.uk
According to a survey from Ofcom last year , 91 per cent of respondents still watch television on a 'main set', 49 per cent use their smartphones while watching and 25 per cent share what they are viewing via phone, text or social media.
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5 hrs ago | ABC News
By a 6-2 majority, the court declares that voters in a state can outlaw the use of race as a factor in college admissions.
6 hrs ago | SFGate
In this image taken from video, dead bodies lie on the road near Bentiu, South Sudan, on Sunday, April 20, 2014.
10 hrs ago | Daily Mail
The rise of Philadelphia's preppy drug gang: How rich leader, 25, moved home after splitting up with his girlfriend, 40, and then hired 18-year-old partner who dropped out of college with lacrosse injury 'You're dying... b****!' Court hears audio tape homeowner made of himself shooting dead injured teen burglars with 'clean finishing shot to the ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Voice of America
Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, shown here addressing a news conference in Dakar, Senegal, on Feb. 25, 2012, leads the AU Commission of Inquiry on South Sudan.
14 hrs ago | BBC News
Rebels in South Sudan are involved in fierce fighting with the army in several areas of the country, the military spokesman has told the BBC.
16 hrs ago | MacLeans
Protesters remain dissatisfied with Kyiv leadership and refuse to vacate dozens of occupied administrative buildings.
President Yoweri Museveni has assured the people of West Nile that they will remain part of Uganda and no one will again alter the country's borders to place the region in another country.
U.N. special envoy to the African Union Haile Menkerios held talks on Monday with Djiboutian President Ismail Omar Guelleh on the situation in Sudan and South Sudan, a presidential spokesperson said.
Rebels loyal to former South Sudanese vice president Riek Machar have captured another town in oil-producing Unity state, a spokesman for the opposition fighters said Monday.
South Sudanese fleeing an attack on the town of Rank, on Saturday. The United Nations says when rebels seized the town of Bentiu, south of Rank, earlier this month, hundreds became victims of ethnically targeted killings.
South Sudanese wait to fill a long line of jerry cans at a borehole in the Ocea sector of Rhino refugee resettlement camp in Uganda.
Juba , April 12: People of South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, are living a life of internal refugees due to a tribal conflict that has paralysed the country for the past four months.
Carl and Julie Gaede are from Wisconsin, but they live most of the year in Uganda.
The world youngest nation has been shaken by a fierce conflict since December. Thousands have been killed and more than 1 million people have been forced to leave their homes.
The dawn service, often called the Dawn Vigil, is the first service of Easter Day and symbolises the point at which it is proclaimed that Jesus is risen and his new light is cast on the world to lift it from darkness.
The Deputy Special Representative to the Secretary-General for the UN Mission in South Sudan, Toby Lanzer, said early on in April that the next two months are crucial and would require an injection of an estimated $230 million in international aid.