US instructor gets 10-year term for spinning recruits in washing machine For subjecting recruits to extreme abuse including spinning them in a drying machine, a US Marine Corps drill instructor was sentenced to 10 years in prison of Friday. Other torture methods adopted by the instructor, were said to include choking and punching, for which one of the victims, reportedly killed himself...... read more
Man kills gay son in US *Prefers dead son to gay son A Nevada father shot and killed his 14-year-old son because he could not accept his son's sexual orientation, according to the son's former foster mom. On Thursday afternoon, 53-year-old Wendell Melton shot his son, Giovanni Melton, in the apartment where Giovanni lived alone. According to Sonja Jones, Giovanni’s former foster mom, Wendell caught...... read more
Obasnajo grabs United Nation's job Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has been appointed into the United Nations (UN) High-Level Advisory Board on mediation along with 17 other current and former global leaders. The Secretary-General, Antonio Gutierrez, had in September announced the establishment of the board to provide him with advice on mediation initiatives and back specific mediation...... read more
Saudi Prince, other Officials killed in helicopter crash A Saudi Arabia prince was killed when the helicopter he was riding in with other senior government officials crashed in the southern region of the country near the Yemen border on Sunday. Saudi news channel Al-Ekhbariya announced the death of Prince Mansour bin Moqren, the deputy governor of Asir province. He...... read more
BREAKING: Gunman opens fire inside US Church, kills dozens Reports from the United States of America says a lone gunman opened fire in a First Baptist Church in Texas and killed at least 27 people. According to CNN, the gunman started shooting as the service was underway. The gunman was later shot dead after a brief chase.  Details emerging...... read more
White House ponders as Twitter dumps Trump U.S. President Donald Trump’s @realdonaldtrump Twitter account was “inadvertently deactivated” due to human error by a Twitter Inc employee on Thursday. The account of the American leader that political opponents deride as Twitter-in -chief, was down for 11 minutes before it was restored, the social media company said.“We have learned that...... read more
Sex scandal: Britain’s defence minister quits British Defence Minister, Michael Fallon, has quit saying his conduct had fallen below the high standards demanded of his position, the first resignation in a sexual harassment scandal in parliament. Fallon was described by sources in her ruling Conservative Party as a political “Rottweiler”. His was the first high-profile resignation after...... read more
Terrorist strikes in US *Trump announces new measures against immigrants "Being politically correct is fine, but not for this," was the immediate response of US President, Donald Trump, as eight people were killed and 12 injured when a man in a pickup truck drove through a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center Tuesday in New York City. The suspect,...... read more
New Zealand’s Prime Minister sworn in without Bible, mention of God Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s new prime minister, was sworn into office without the Bible, and without reference to God. Arden, New Zealand’s 40th prime minister, was sworn into office on Thursday. At 37-years-old, Ardern is the nation’s youngest leader in more than 150 years. She is also the nation’s third female prime...... read more
British-born IS terrorist, Jihadi Jack, captured *Trial begins in Syria Trial, has commenced in Syria of the British man known as ‘Jihadi Jack,’ who left his country to join the terrorist organisation, the Islamic State (IS), after his capture in May. Real name Jack Letts, the 21-year-old has been charged with being a member of Islamic State after his arrest  by...... read more
Adesina commits $250,000 to African youths, receives Laureate award Nigeria’s image received a boost on Thursday before the international community as former Agriculture Minister Akinwumi Adesina formally received the 2017 World Food Prize ( WFP ) Laureate award in the U. S. Adesina was confered with the laureate in Des Moines, U. S. during which he committed the 250,000 dollars...... read more
DISGUSTING: Tourists flood Serbia to sleep with animals *Costs as high as $200 Gayism and lesbianism may have gone out of fashion, as a new trend now sees a growing number of perverse sex tourists, travelling to Serbia for sex at 'animal brothels', reports say. The capital Belgrade is said to be a hotspot for 'zoophiles' who enjoy sex with animals such as goats,...... read more
New Zealand joins search for the young, chooses 37-year-old woman as PM New Zealand Labour Party leader Jacinta Ardern, 37, is poised to become prime minister after maverick populist Winston Peters backed the charismatic to form a government. Peters’ decision, which came after the September 23 election ended deadlocked, gives her Labour Party the numbers to form a government with his New Zealand...... read more
BREAKING: Military jet crashes in Spain amidst Catalonia unrest, Pilot dead An F18 fighter jet crashed on takeoff at a military base near Madrid on Tuesday, killing the pilot — the second time a military plane has come down in Spain in a week. “The pilot of the airplane has died as a consequence of the accident, which happened during take-off,” the...... read more
UN General Assembly elects Nigeria, 14 other countries into Human Rights Council The UN General Assembly in New York has elected, by secret ballot, Nigeria and 14 other States to serve on the Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the 2018 to 2020 term. UNHRC is the highest intergovernmental body in the UN system for matters relating to protection and promotion of human rights...... read more
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