Tag Archives: Around the World

Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni Spits And Blows Nose On Live TV: Watch Video

A video of Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni doing disgusting acts like spitting and blowing his nose on live TV, has gone viral on social media platforms. President Yoweri Museveni was addressing national issues on Live TV while doing the disgusting acts, which include spitting and blowing his nose. Watch the video below; According to reports,…

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US First Lady, Melania Trump’s First Visit To Africa Without Her Husband

The First lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump, has announced that she will be embarking on a solo visit without her husband to Africa this October. She revealed this yesterday being Wednesday,26th September 2018 at a reception for the spouses of foreign leaders and others participating in the annual U.N. General Assembly.…

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I Didn’t Know Having Sex With Children Is Against The Law -Convicted Pedophile Letourneau Claims

  An American school teacher named Mary Kay Letourneaou, who recently made headlines for having a secret affair with a 12-year-old student, still insists she had no idea there was a law against having sex with children. Letourneaou was 34 and married to the father of her first four children when she began a relationship with 12-year-old student…

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Donald Trump Charges $70,000 For People To Take A Picture With Him

U.S. President, Donald Trump is understood to have charged people $70,000 to have a photo with him at a campaign fundraiser at one of his hotels. This was disclosed by Washington Post White House reporter Josh Dawsey tweeted a photo of the event invitation which highlighted the large costs. The money will go towards Trump Victory, a…

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Parents To Be Given Paid Leave Over Child’s Death – Queen Elizabeth II Signs Bill

Today, Queen Elizabeth II signed the first ever government law that would allow paid leave from work for parents who suffer the death of a child. The new law was signed in order to support parents affected by the tragedy of childhood mortality. It expected to come into force in 2020, and was welcomed by charities…

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US Bishop Accused Of Sexual Harassment Resigns – Pope Accepts Resignation

A bishop at the United States known as Monsignor Michael J Bransfield who was accused of molesting adults in the latest sex abuse scandal to rock the Catholic Church resigned today. Pope Francis has accepted his resignation as bishop of Wheeling-Charleston in the US state of West Virginia, a Vatican statement revealed. According to reports,…

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African Spiderman Becomes French Citizen – Government Decree

African Spiderman, Mamoudou Gassama who hails from Mali and was nicknamed “Spiderman” for saving a child hanging off a balcony by scaling a Paris apartment block with his bare hands has become a French citizen. It was according to a decree made by the government. The 22-year-old was granted a fast-track to French nationality and…

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16years Later, Liberia President, George Weah Makes Surprise Return to Football Against Super Eagles

Liberia President and former World Footballer of the Year George Weah made a surprise return to international competition in Monrovia on Tuesday, playing in a 2-1 loss to Nigeria. The match came up a few weeks short of his 52nd birthday and Liberia had arranged the friendly to retire the number 14 jersey made famous…

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Ethiopia Government Releases 8,875 Prisoners to Celebrate The Arrival Of 2011

Today, the Ethiopian government released an unprecedented 8,875 prisoners as part of a goodwill New Year gesture. The Ethiopian New Year or Enkutatash in Amharic language falls on September 11 (or September 12 during a leap year), as the East African nation uses calendar that counts its year seven to eight years behind the Gregorian…

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