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France government to suspend fuel tax increase in a bid to end fiery protests

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The moves mark President Emmanuel Macron’s first significant U-turn on a major policy since he assumed office in 2017.

Mr Benjamin Cauchy, one of the leaders of the protester has stated that he hopes that the government will resolve the crisis amicably for the benefit of all citizens.

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The “yellow vests” demonstrations, which began on November 17, were originally spurred by a squeeze on household spending brought about by Macron’s taxes on diesel, which he says are necessary to combat climate change and protect the environment.

However, they have since evolved into a bigger, general anti-Macron uprising, with many criticizing the president for pursuing policies they claim favour the richest members of French society.

the Protests has so far cause damage and Paris police said that they have arrested 410 people after a clash with the “yellow vest” and 352 remained in custody.

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According to the latest figure by a source, Four people have been killed in the three-week long nationwide protests.

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Fatal explosion hits Afghan capital Kabul

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Huge explosion has rocked the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least five people and wounding more than 120, the country’s health ministry said.



The Taliban claimed responsibility for blast near the Green Village compound, which houses several international companies and charities, in eastern Kabul.

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Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish confirmed the incident stating that three military personnel were among the dead but failed to specify what nationality they were.

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India’s foreign ministry also express dismay on the fatal explosion that leaves One Indian national killed.

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Afghanistan’s Public Health Ministry Spokesperson Wahidullah Mayar has laud the different hospitals in the city for there quick response in treating the civilians involved in the fatal blast.

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Kenya: Man hacks wife to death, hangs self in Kapkatet village

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A 38-year-old man in Nandi County on Sunday night hacked his wife to death using a panga before hanging himself following a domestic quarrel.



The man from Kapkatet village had separated with the woman who had gone to live at her uncle’s home near Ndalat three kilometers away.

The man waylaid the woman near Ndalat and hacked her several times and fled.

He was later found hanging on a tree at his parent’s home.

The woman identified as Ednah Kurgat, was a mother of three children and was living with her uncle Philip Songok, an Assistant Chief.

Residents said the two had separated last year after a domestic quarrel and efforts to reconcile them failed.

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Emily Sawe, the woman’s aunt, witnessed the incident and narrated to the Star how she pleaded with the man to spare her niece.

Sawe said the man did not hear her pleas and turned hostile.

“She slashed her several times on the head and other parts of the body,” Sawe said.

The man later jumped over the fence and disappeared into the bush after the attack

Police who were called to the scene after the incident found a jacket, a mobile phone, and a bottle of Vodka left behind by the man.

Area MP Vincent Tuwei and deputy county commissioner Sammy Makhanu visited the scene and condemned the attack.

“We have had a high number of domestic violence incidents in this area because of high consumption of alcohol and drugs among couples,” Makhanu said.

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Tuwei asked residents especially couples to involve elders and church leaders in solving their domestic disagreements.

Makhanu said they would step up the fight against alcohol and drug abuse in the area which has also witnessed high levels of crime

“Killing or violence is not a solution. We should use alternative ways of solving domestic issues like involving elders or church leaders,” Tuwei said.

He said the youth were most affected by the use of drugs and alcohol and many of them also engaged in crime and such violence to resolve issues.

The two bodies were taken by police to a private mortuary at Kapkaren in Uasin Gishu county.

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