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Michael Steele, Former Republican Party Chairman Says He Will Not Vote Trump
As the world watch the U.S. election between GOP candidate, Donald J. Trump and former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, another top GOP official and also the former Republican party chairman, Michael Steele has said he will not be voting for Donald Trump come November 8.                 Michael Steele led the GOP between 2009-2011.
Israeli Forces Shot And Kill A Palestinian Girl
A Palestinian girl was reportedly shot on Tuesday by Israeli forces, after a claim that she had attempted stabbing in the city of Nablus.                
University Of Calabar Lecturer Threatens Colleague Who Intends To Sleep With Student
A lecturer and Paedophile have been called out by the Head of Department in the Faculty of Law, University of Calabar (UNICAL), Dr. Eni Alobo. According to a Facebook post, the yet unnamed lecturer in his fifties has threatened to withold a 16-year old student paper unless she finds time to join him at his preferred place for sex.                 
Saudi Arabia Executes A Prince For Killing Another Saudi Man
A member of the Royal family in Saudi Arabia,  Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir, was put to death today in Riyadh after he shot dead a Saudi Man, Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdulkareem al-Muhaimeed, during a mass brawl. This makes the prince the 134th person, local or foreigner to be put to death, according to a tally by AFP.                 
27,000 Homes Gone, 11 Dead In Quang Binh Heavy Flooding
Central Vietnam: The government has ordered the local authorities in Quang Binh to rescue people from the heavy flooding in the area. 11 people have been reported dead,  27,000 homes have been submerged, and several people missing.                   
Interview: Aisha Buhari Says She Won't Support Muhammadu Buhari For Re-Election
The wife of the Nigerian president, Aisha Buhari during a recent interview with the BBC has criticized her husband for his administration. In a 58 second snippet interview released by the BBC, Aisha said that she might not support her husband re-election if he does not make changes to his cabinet.                   
Thailand King, Bhumibol Adulyadej Dies After Ruling For 70 Years
World longest reigning monarch,King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 88, from Thailand is dead. The kind had ruled Thailand for 70 years, but has been in a poor state of health in recent times. The palace had warned that the king health was "not stable" on Sunday. After the news, a lot of Thai people had been wearing pink clothes as it is believed to bring good luck to their sick king, while hundred gathers outside the hospital where he is being treated.
Breaking News: 21 Chibok School Girls Freed
21 from the Chibok school girls have been freed, and are currently with the security services in the north-eastern city of Maiduguri. It is not clear how the girls were rescued, but a senior government official have also confirmed the news of the young girls freedom.              250 Chibok girls was kidnapped by Islamist Militant group, Boko Haram in April 2014 from their hostels.
Prisoners In Venezuela Starve To Death As The Country Faces Economic Hardship
Prisoners in Venezuela prisons are starving to death amid the economic crisis facing the country. The prisoners are starving to death as food and medicine run out in prison, and the prisoners have been seen standing in queue begging food from passers-by.                       
Vietnamese Risk Their Lives For Facebook Likes
The latest trending act on social media with Vietnamese Netizen involves risking their lives for Facebook likes. This is a game by Vietnamese youths challenging themselves to carry out a dangerous act if their peers can give them a particular number of likes. The trend was started by a young man in Ho Chi Minh city, challenging people that he will go to  Tan phu bridge, set himself on fire and jump into the river, if he gets 40,000 likes on that status update post. The post went viral on social media, and the man got 93,000 likes.
Female Workers Forced To Kiss Their Boss Everyday Before Beginning Work At Beijing Company
A company in Beijing has come under fire after a photo emerges on the internet of girls lined up to kiss their bosses every day before beginning work.All Female staff are required by their bosses to kiss him between 9:00am to 10:00am after the boss claimed that this act improves great working relationship between the manager and the staff.                     
ISIS Refugees Tied Up A Suspected Terrorist And Handed Him Over To German Police
Jaber Albakr, a 22-year-old refugee in Germany and also planning an attack on German soil was apprehended by the police on Monday in the eastern city of Leipzig, after another Syrian refugee tricked him into his apartment with help from other refugees and handed him to the police. Albakr has been on the run after he left his apartment in Chemnitz, near the Czech border, after the police invaded it. After searching through his apartment, authorities found a cache of explosives and other bomb making materials.
Governor Mike Pence And Other GOP Top Politicians Withdraw Support For Donald Trump
The past 24 hours have been hell for Donald Trump and his campaign organization, after a video where he degrades women, and how he groped women was leaked on Friday night. Many top Republicans Governor, including Donald Trump first hire, Governor Mike Pence have heavily criticized his statement about women, and withdrawing support for him.                        
Donald Trump Talks On How He Grabbed Women In The Crotch And Kiss Them
A 2005 recording has shown Donald Trump talks about how he groping women and make making sexual advances to married women has surfaced online, after the Washington post leaked the tape on Friday. The recording was made when Trump was making guest appearances with Billy Bush on the set of soap opera, “Days of Our Lives, while Trump was not aware that his discussion with Billy was captured on the microphone.                    
Chicago Police Officer Second-guessed To Shoot Black Man, And Was Beaten to Coma
A 17 year veteran with the Chicago police department was seriously beaten at an accident scene because of the National focus of police shootings of Black men and black lives matter in America. According to Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, the officer had told him that she did not use her gun for fear of backlash;          "She didn’t want her family or the department to go through the scrutiny the next day on national news"
Tourist Might Face 2 Years In Prison Sentence After Pulling Amplifier Plug During Prayer Session
Dutch tourist, Klaas Haytema,30, is facing two years in Burmese prison after an accident in September 23. The tourist allegedly disconnected an amplifier during late-night Buddhist prayers at a religious hall in the tourist city of Mandalay in Northern Myanmar. Minutes after the prayer interruption, protesters gathered outside his hotel, and soldiers were deployed to protect him from the angry mob.                   
Thailand Immigration Detained Hong Kong Activist, Joshua Wong On China's Request
The Thai immigration detained Hong democracy movement activist, Joshua Wong, 19, after travelling to Thailand on invitation by Netiwit Chotipatpaisal, the Thai student activist leader, to speak about his participation in the 2014 Occupy protests.
Two Nigerians And A Cambodian Woman Arrested For Fraud
Two Nigerians, Onye Caefuna, 30, Pascal Awaski, 39, and Pascal's Cambodian girlfriend, Chhaen Davy, 35 were all arrested for allegedly cheating a man out of $20,000 to purchase a chemical that will allow them print fake US currency last year.                            
USA Wants To Enforce Global Dominance And Will Unleash War On Opposing Countries -Assad
The Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad has blasted the U.S for its pursuit of hegemony, thereby causing havoc and collapse of states. al-Assad said in a new interview with Iranian magazine Tehran, Foreign Policy Studies Quarterly on Wednesday.                   The president said that the real motive of Washington intervention into foreign countries is to coerce them into submitting into their authority;
Yoruba Man Stinginess Caused His Delta Wife Life, As He Won't Pay For Electricity
A man refusal to pay an electrician 2,500 Naira ($8) to fix broken electricity in his building had resulted in the death of his fiancee. Loretta Ewere, 35, was staying with Fiance, Segun Tolani on Ajoke Kazeem Street in the Idimu area of Lagos State when they had electricity problems. Loretta and Segun both stayed in the same apartment after their introduction four years ago. They had scheduled their wedding to be this coming month, and family and friends were already in high gear for the wedding.

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