As part of it’s goal to reach a global audience, Facebook launched Amharic translation framework along with other 5 languages making its support to reach more than 90-plus languages with a framework that enables you to translate text on Facebook.
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Kidney disease is no joke in the United States with more 26 million adults suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD). Kidney disease is most commonly linked to people with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and those who are older than 60 years old. A family history of kidney disease can also put you at risk. Obesity, autoimmune diseases, urinary tract infections and other infections also contribute to your risk of developing kidney disease.
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Following his victory over Timothy Bradley Jr. at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last Saturday night, world boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, a born-again Christian pastor from the Philippines, announced that he is retiring from boxing. As a parting gift, he also invited Bradley to Bible study.
However, despite apparently asking what time the Sunday evening Bible study would be, it was reported that Bradley gave it a miss in the end.
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- Heartburn – Bananas are natural anti-acid and can relieve your heartburn in a minute. If you feel the symptoms just munch on one banana and you’ll feel better instantly.
- Blood pressure – Bananas are rich in potassium but contain almost no sodium in them which is why they’re good for your heart. They can lower the blood pressure and prevent stroke or a heart attack.
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Pope Francis was moved to embrace a tearful abandoned girl at a university in Manila after she asked why God allows children to become prostitutes.
Glyzelle Palomar wept as she asked the Pope: “Many children get involved in drugs and prostitution. Why does God allow these things to happen to us? The children are not guilty of anything.”
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(CNN)From the goals of Ivorian Yaya Toure to the trickery of Congolese Yannick Bolasie, African footballers have lit up the English Premier League season, and a new TV deal will allow African fans to watch them free of charge.
The League has announced an agreement for free-to-air broadcast rights with Econet Media, owned by Zimbabwean tycoon Strive Masiwiya, which will license matches across 50 African countries through its new platform Kwesé Sports starting with the 2016-2017 season.