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Ethiopian Airlines and The University of Mississippi have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to introduce different aviation-related training programs into the existing courses of Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA).

The training programs to be introduced include Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC), Aviation Executive EMBA and a four-year engineering degree program aimed at upgrading EAA’s existing two-year Aircraft Maintenance training.

US President Donald Trump has welcomed home three American detainees released by North Korea.

Mr Trump said it was a "special night for these really great people" as they arrived at the Andrews Air Force Base near Washington.

The White House said the trio had been freed as a gesture of goodwill ahead of the planned meeting between Mr Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Women activists have criticised two of India's major political parties who have made sanitary towels a key promise for upcoming state elections.

India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress party, which rules the southern state of Karnataka, have promised free sanitary pads to all women if they are elected.

The pledge comes after India imposed a 12% tax on sanitary products in July, causing much anger and protests.

But activists are not convinced.

A married Physical Education mistress has admitted to having series of marathon sex with multiple of her students in her office and in some cases in the back of her car which resulted in the infection of one the students with Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD).
Tiffany Eichler, 36 at McKinley Senior High School in Canton City, Ohio made the scandalous admission following her arrest by the police.

Wife of a Nigerian lawmaker has reportedly given her own friend the beating of her life for allegedly having an illicit sexual affair with her husband behind her back.
A dramatic video circulating on social media is purported to have been filmed at the National Assembly quarters in the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja in Nigeria where the incident occurred.