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Corsair launches voluntary replacement program for faulty SF series PSUs

If you’ve built a small form-factor PC in the past few months, chances are that it’s powered by one of Corsair’s SF series PSUs. The high-performance power supplies have a solid reputation for build quality, efficiency, reliability, alongside modular cabling support, all in a small […]

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Man beats 10-month-old baby and the child’s mother because the child won’t stop crying and depriving him of sleep (video)

Concerned neighbours confronted a man after he beat a 10-month-old baby and the child's mother because the baby won't stop crying and depriving him of sleep. Neighbours accosted the man after he battered the woman and threw her into a pool of dirty water. When asked, […]

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Burna Boy speaks against rape, racism around the world

Singer Burna Boy has called for justice for victims of police brutality and also rape across the world. The singer stated this as the world took to social media with the hashtag #blacktuesday. Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100 level student of Microbiology at the University of […]

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FC Tokyo expresses interest in acquiring Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben

FC Tokyo expresses interest in acquiring Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben

FC Tokyo is looking into the possible acquisition of Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben this summer, sources said Tuesday.

“I can’t say that he’s on the table yet, but we’re gathering information. There won’t be any clubs that aren’t interested,” an FC Tokyo club executive said.

The 35-year-old former Dutch international announced in December he intends to leave Bayern Munich after 10 years with the German first-division side when the Bundesliga season concludes this summer.

Robben had stints at Groningen, PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea and Real Madrid before signing with Bayern Munich in 2009.

He had 96 caps and 37 goals for the Netherlands before retiring from international duties in 2017, and helped his country to a runner-up finish at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

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