The Queen of Pop will donate the proceeds to her Ray of Light Foundation to promote girls' education in the Middle East and South Asia
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Harrison to fight American Deontay Wilder
Madonna, her children and a large entourage were reportedly forced to queue to check in and go through security with ordinary passengers at a Malawi airport terminal after the pop star was apparently stripped of her VIP status in the country.
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Mozambique-born model Tasha da Vasconcelos criticises adoptions by foreign celebrities
Madonna’s charitable endeavours were dealt another blow when Malawi’s Education Minister flatly denied the pop star’s claims that her charity had built 10 new schools in the country.
One of the world's great explorers, David Livingstone, was born 200 years ago in March.
There were signs that Mutharika’s Green Revolution would be ruinous – even before his re-election
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Protest leaders in Malawi said yesterday they were coming out of hiding and would stage fresh demonstrations one week after 19 people were killed in a violent government crackdown.
Malawi's government yesterday sent troops into cities as President Bingu wa Mutharika threatened to "smoke out" those opposed to his strong-armed rule after an unprecedented wave of protests left 18 people dead.
Former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman will today give the inside story of England's failed 2018 World Cup bid when he comes before a committee of MPs.
Madonna is being sued after she decided to "discontinue" plans to build a school for girls in Malawi.
Plans for academy collapse amid allegations of grotesque waste
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