Category Archives: Around The World

Twitter To Remove Donald Trump’s Special Protections In January 2021

Twitter has announced that incumbent American President Donald Trump will be subjected to the same rules as any other user when President-elect Joe Biden takes office on January. 20. Twitter places “public interest” notices on some rule-breaking tweets from “world leaders” that would otherwise be removed. Such tweets from political candidates and elected or government officials are…

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OB Cuisine: Abby’s Cookhouse’s Refreshing And Tangy Citrus Spritzer Recipe

Are you into mocktails? Sometimes when you’re entertaining, you need a delicious, fancy drink that’s an option for people who are not drinking alcohol, too. This Citrus non alcoholic spritzer can be either a cocktail or a mocktail! It’s sweet and slightly tangy, garnished with orange, lemon or lime wedges. It’s a perfect fall drink for entertaining. She says,…

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BREAKING: Joe Biden Emerges Winner Of The 2020 US Presidential Race

Joe Biden has been projected winner of the 2020 United States presidential election, defeating President Donald Trump by promising to restore civility and stability to American politics and vowing more aggressively to combat the surging COVID-19 pandemic. According to New York Times, Biden on January 20 2021 will become the 46th president and the oldest man ever…

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US Election 2020: Trump Continues To Blow Hot As Biden Leads Presidential Race

In a bid to stop the ongoing US election vote count, President Donald Trump has continued to dish out unsubstantiated claims that he has been cheated out of winning the knife-edged Presidential race. According to local media, vote counting across battleground states early Friday showed Democratic candidate Joe Biden steadily closing in on victory which seems to displease the…

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OB Cuisine: Watch This Banana French Toast Recipe By The Kitchen Organizer

Today on the The Kitchen Organizer‘s channel, we are learning to make yummy Banana French Toast. She says: “THIS IS THE BEST FRENCH TOAST EVER, PERIOD! We loved every bit of this breaky, and it was quite filling too so careful with the portions. “You can use sliced bread, however I love slicing my own bread a…

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US Election 2020: Trump Claims Fraud As Biden Edges Ahead In Presidential Race

Democrat candidate of the US presidential election, Joe Biden inched closer to a majority in the knife-edge race early Thursday, with leads in Michigan and Wisconsin but President Donald Trump claimed he was being cheated and went to court to try and stop vote counting. Tallying of votes continued through a second night in the remaining battleground…

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OB Cuisine: Whip Up Gazania Kitchen’s Homemade Delicious Catfish Peppersoup

Food vlogger Gazania Kitchen has shared yet another mouth-watering recipe on her Instagram where she shows viewers how to make Nigerian catfish pepper soup. She says, “Delicious Catfish pepper soup for the win. Super easy to cook and absolutely tasty!!! who is trying this out.” See video below: View this post on Instagram Delicious Catfish pepper soup for the win…

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Algeria’s President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the President of Algeria has tested positive for COVID-19, his office said in a statement on Tuesdayl. Also disclosing that he is currently being treated in a German hospital, the announcement ended days of speculation over the health of the 74-year-old leader. “Tebboune continues to receive treatment in a specialised German hospital after catching the Covid-19 illness,” Algerian Presidency…

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Trump Threatens To Dispute Election Count At Supreme Court, Claims Premature ‘Victory’

President Donald Trump has claimed that he’s the winner of the US presidential election, despite the final results not yet being given, adding that he be heading to the Supreme Court to dispute the counting of votes. Even though millions of legitimate votes were yet to be counted and a half-dozen battleground states were still not called, the incumbent…

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