A ‘psychic’ octopus which correctly guessed the outcome of Japan’s group stage matches at the World Cup has been boiled alive and sold at a fish market.

A ‘psychic’ octopus which correctly guessed the outcome of Japan’s group stage matches at the World Cup has been boiled alive and sold at a fish market.

On

A ‘psychic’ octopus which correctly guessed the outcome of Japan’s group stage matches at the World Cup has been boiled alive and sold at a fish market. Rabiot, a giant pacific octopus, was right in his predictions that Japan would beat Colombia…

African Union creates migration body

African Union creates migration body

On

African leaders have created a body to help coordinate national policies on migration, Morocco announced at the African Union (AU) summit on Monday. AU leaders agreed to set up an organisation called the African Observatory for Migration and Development (OAMD), based in…

Malawi president hit by graft scandal

Malawi president hit by graft scandal

On

Malawian President Peter Mutharika on Monday faced a growing corruption scandal ahead of next year’s election after a leaked report from the country’s anti-graft body accused him of fraud. Civil action groups called for Mutharika to resign over claims that he and…

Skip to toolbar