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I’ll Not Allow Killing Of Christians To Continue – Donald Trump

US president Donald Trump on Sunday said he will not allow the killing of chirstians in the middle east to continue. Trump, who stated this in a tweet , via his Twitter hanlde @readDonaldTrump , said christains in the Middle-East have been exceuted inlarge numbers. Lastweek, he signed an executve order imposing …

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Zambia Police Ban Foreign Wives

The ban by Zambia government on police officers from marrying foreigners has sparked public outrage. Police chief issued a memo saying that officers are not allowed to marry foreigners, Africa review said on Monday. “Be informed that the Police High Command has with immediate effect directed that no police officer …

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Massive Women Protest Against Trump In US Cities, Across the World

Protesters in the United States and around the world joined marches Saturday to raise awareness of women’s rights and other civil rights they fear could be under threat under Donald Trump’s presidency. The key focus of the day was the Women’s March on Washington, which organizers say may have attracted …

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Finally , Yahya Jammeh Agrees To Step Down

Gambia’s incoming President Adama Barrow says outgoing leader of 22 years , Yahya Jahmeh has finally agreed to cede power and will leave the country. Writing on Twitter on Friday, Adama Barrow said Jammeh would also leave the country. “I would like to inform you that Yahya Jammeh has agreed …

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Adama Barrow Sworn In As Gambia President As Jammeh Refuses To Vacate Office

Adama Barrow has been sworn in as the President of  Gambia. Barrow was sworn in as president inGambia embassy in Senegal  as incumbent Yahya Jammeh refuses to leave office. “This is a day no Gambian will ever forget in a lifetime,” Barrow said in a speech immediately after taking the …

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12 year old pupil blast teachers and students at American college in Mexico

A 12-year-old pupil  stormed an American college in Mexico and blasted students and teachers The young attacker is thought to be a disgruntled pupil of the American College of Northwest in Monterrey. According to the Mirror, the 12-year-old boy was at the entrance to the school at around 8am this …

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Texas Police detective Jerry Walker shot dead in a stand off

Texas, police detective died after being shot by a man barricaded inside a residence, the town’s police chief said at a news conference Tuesday night. The suspected gunman was later found dead after the hours-long standoff. According to CNN report Police detective Jerry Walker, along with a group of officers, …

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Former US President George H.W. Bush reportedly hospitalized

Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Fox 26 Houston reported, citing his chief of staff.   KHOU reported that he is in stable condition and “doing fine.” He is expected to leave the hospital in a few days.   Bush has a form …

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Jammel Declares 90 Day Emergency, As Nigeria Warship Heads To Gambia

Gambian President Yahya Jammeh on Tuesday  declared a 90-day state of emergency less than 48 hours before his official mandate ends, according to the Gambia Television. Jammel who lost the presidential election on December 1, 2016 to his rival, Adama Barrow had earlier conceded defeat but in less than a week …

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Climate Change: Obama Sends $500m To Green Climate Fund

With just three days left in office and amid promises by the incoming Trump administration to defund international climate action, President Barack Obama transferred $500 million to the Green Climate Fund (GCF), a key mechanism for climate change adaptation and renewable energy projects in the Global South. The move follows …

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