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May 7, 2014

#BringBackOurGirls hits 1 million tweets, over 150k Instagram posts

#BringBackOurGirls has become the most popular hashtag in Nigeria this year, with the Twitter trend hitting over a million tweets. Used on social media as a way of demanding the return of over 200 schoolgirls abducted on April 14, 2014 in Chibok Borno State, the hashtag has gone from a local trend to receiving international […]

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PATHETIC: ‘Justin please help me…’ – Fan begs Justin Bieber to save him from Nigeria

Young lad Oluwatosin Lolade seems tired of his dear country Nigeria. The current situation of his beloved country must be frustrating, so frustrating that he’s hollered at US Pop singer Justin Bieber for help. ‘@justinbieber justin please help me am tired of nigeria pls help me am talented in music but there is problem over

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FOR PARENTS: A Quick Guide To Keeping Teens Safe Online

The internet may bring the world to our fingertips, but that means both the good and the bad aspects of what you can find online. Along with easy access to research materials, online museums, connections via social media, and purpose built for education apps and web tools comes inappropriate content, peer bullying, and online predators.

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Being depressed and angry as a teenager can affect your love life later on, study says

Teenage blues and anger can taint a person’s love life a quarter of a century later, according to a new report. A study is helping to crack the code to happiness by exploring the long reach of depression and anger over more than two decades. The study, published in the Journal of Family Psychology, followed

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Would you dine with sharks? Amazing photos of the world’s first glass underwater restaurant

With all-glass windows from floor to ceiling, sitting five metres below the surface of the Indian Ocean, this is the world’s first underwater restaurant. Boasting unrivalled views of sharks, stingrays, turtles and stunning coral, the five-star eatery at the Conrad Maldives Hotel was built so that guests can enjoy the beauty of the ocean without

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