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Xenophobia: South Africans rejoice online as Nigerians are killed

Xenophobia trends once more in South Africa as a recent attack hits Nigerians residing in the country, and this time, social media posts capture Nigerians mourning their deceased ones while their hosts throw jabs to mock the West Africans.

A disturbing wave of online reactions has emerged from South Africa following the killing of six Nigerians in the country. Read more here.

Nicki Minaj gets into trouble in the Netherlands

Popular rapper Nicki Minaj was arrested at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands for drug possession while en route to Manchester for her performance at Co-op Live.

The arrest occurred after Minaj shared a video on Instagram showing airport officials requesting to search her luggage. In the video, Minaj denied carrying any drugs but was informed that she needed to go to the police station. Read more here.

How Man United co-owner reacted when asked about Ten Hag

Sir Jim Ratcliffe was asked about the future of Erik ten Hag as Manchester United manager shortly after the team’s 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Manchester City, and his reaction has sparked significant discussion among fans.

Manchester United secured their first trophy of the season with goals from academy graduates Kobbie Mainoo and Alejandro Garnacho, complemented by a strong tactical and defensive performance. This win has also guaranteed them a place in the Europa League next season. Read more here.

Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United: Who had the better campaign?

English football is a crazy championship that takes every fan through all the emotions and still manages to leave neutrals entertained right down to the last minute.

Man United have a way of surprising the world and shaming its rivals, but Chelsea and Arsenal fans will consider the 2023/24 season an anti-climatic one. Read more here.

UN Court orders Israel to stop

The United Nations’ top court has mandated that Israel immediately cease its military operations in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, heightening international pressure on Israel regarding its conflict with the Hamas militant group.

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued the order following Israel’s limited ground offensive in Rafah, which began on May 7 despite international appeals, including from the United States, to refrain from such actions. The court noted that over a million Palestinians sought refuge in Rafah before the offensive, with around 800,000 subsequently displaced. Read more here.

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