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Welcome to Omanyala’s world : The standard Sports
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The man who, yesterday became the first Kenyan to compete in 100m semi-finals at the Olympics, was a rugby player. Ferdinand Omanyala was born in Bungoma in 1996. His rugby talent was discovered and nurtured at Kamusinga High School.. He is the third born in a family of five boys and is a Bachelor of […]

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Millions of working Brits heading for biggest benefit cut since Second World War – Mirror Online
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Elaine Thompson-Herah equals Flo Jo’s world record of 10.61? – Trackalerts
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Clearly, one can wonder if Elaine Thompson-Herah not only broke Flo-Jo’s Olympic record this Saturday but also equalled her “real” world record This content was originally published here.

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How José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen Plans to Use Jeff Bezos’s $100 Million
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Just a few days before Jeff Bezos launched into space, chef José Andrés got an invite to come and watch the Texas blast-off, along with Nate Mook, the CEO of his hunger and disaster relief organization, World Central Kitchen. From a viewing tower with binoculars, they watched the world’s richest man’s 10-minute journey into the […]

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World No. 1 Tai wins badminton silver for Taiwan in Tokyo – Focus Taiwan
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Tokyo, Aug. 1 (CNA) World No. 1 female badminton player Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) of Taiwan bagged a silver medal Sunday at the Tokyo Olympics in the women’s singles competition, which was won by Chen Yufei (陳雨菲) of China. This content was originally published here.

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A World War II Spy Didn’t Live to Tell Her Tale. Her Great-Great-Niece Will. – The New York Times
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Every year when Rebecca Donner visited her great-grandmother’s home in Chevy Chase, Md., she and her brother would stand against the kitchen wall to have their heights marked in pencil. When she turned 9, she noticed a letter M near one of the faintest lines. “Who’s that?” she asked her great-grandmother Harriette, who muttered, “Oh, […]

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3-storey-tall cactus at Macpherson draws comparisons to ‘Jack & the Beanstalk’ – Mothership.SG – News from Singapore, Asia and around the world
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A particularly tall cactus plant at Macpherson has caught the eye of numerous social media users. A photo of the potted plant shared to a gardening Facebook page has garnered over 1,800 shares in two days, with its unexpected measurements amusing netizens to no end. Tall cactus Here’s the cactus in question, located at Circuit […]

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Data Scientist Makes Stunning Maps of the Average Colors of the World
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Erin Davis posted a project entitled “Average Colors of the World,” a series of maps which aggregate satellite data by region. This content was originally published here.

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