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Omoyele Sowore And Sambo Dasuki Released From DSS Custody
Omoyele Sowore, owner of Sahara reporters is once again released after he was re-arrested in December 7th, 2019 inside a courtroom, a move by the Department of State Security(DSS) that caused uproar both from local and international observers, with the members of the United State Congress asking for the release of the US citizen, and that the Nigeria government follows the rule of law.
Five Saudis Sentenced To Death For Jamal Khashoggi Murder
Five Saudis have now been sentenced to death for the death of Jaml Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi government, who was killed in the Saudi's embassy in Instanbul, Turkey. Another three others have also been sent to jail for the same murder.                          
After months of investigations on President Trump call urging the Ukranian President to investigate his political rival and leading Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. On Wednesday night, the US President was officially impeached after two articles of impeachment passed the house. The first article of impeachment charge the president for abuse of power, with the house voting 230-197. Two democrat voted NO on impeachment. The second article of impeachment accuses Trump of obstructing congress with a vote of 229-198, both tried to Ukrainian scandal.
French Lady Allegedly Raped In Cambodia After Outing
Kampot, Cambodia: Police in Kampot are currently investigating a complaint from a French woman, who allegedly reported she was raped by 3 men after she was abducted forcefully by these men, and took her on a narrow road before the horrible act.                 
Uganda Government Proposing A Law To Kill Gays
After a 2014 failure to pass a law that kills homosexuals in Uganda, the government in Uganda in his latest announcement has said it will bring back the law that will allow for the death penalty in Uganda. The east Africa nation said this new law will prevent the rise in "unnatural sex", which is also not part of the country culture.                         
French Government Threatens To Imprison Three Journalists If They Expose Its Arm Dealings With Yemen
Is free speech in jeopardy in Europe? This is the questions on the lips of many observers after the French government issues a threat to 3 French journalists who are looking to release the country's involvement in the Yemen civil war.
FORD To Lay Off 7,000 Workers
The CEO of Ford, Jim Hackett has informed its workers that the company will lay-off workers, starting from Tuesday. The move will see 7,000 people lose their white collar jobs worldwide.  General Motors laid off 8,000 workers last November, and closed down 5 North American factories. The Ford new move is to cut costs, and do a massive restructuring of its business model with more focus on electric cars and autonomous driving cars.
How Vedic Lifecare Hospital Allegedly Send Sick Nigerians To India And Extort And Maltreat Them
Lagos State: Vedic Lifecare hospital, a hospital based at Olabanji Olajide Street, Lekki Phase 1 has allegedly lost one of its core values of ethical practices by asking their patients to travel to India to complete their treatments, only for patients to get extorted and maltreated after they get to India. The recent allegations was made by one Tobi Marshal
ISIS Leader “Abu Dar” Confirmed Dead In The Phillipines, DNA Confirmed
Delfin Lorenzana, defence secretary in the Phillipines has confirmed the death of “Abu Dar”  the leader of the Maute group, an ISIS affiliated group terrorist camp in the Philippines. Abu Dar, whose real name is Benito Marohombsar was announced to have met his waterloo in a clash with Phillipine military in the town of Tuburan near Marawi. The secretary said the death "means that the self-proclaimed Isis leader is dead. His group is leaderless in the meantime and also they are scattered after that successful operation by the army".
North Korea To Reward Citizen For Snitching
Reports coming in from North Korea camp is that after the failed Vietnam summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, the citizens of NK are beginning to grumble because of the heavy sanctions that is placed on the country, and to discourage dissent among its citizens, the North Korean government has decided to reward citizens that report anyone that complains about the North Korea economy or the top government official, smugglers, drug users and illegal phone users.
Chinese Nationals Fights Publicly In Cambodia
As many countries continue to warn Chinese National to be peaceful and respectful to their host, some Chinese nationals have decided to throw decorum into thin air as they exchanged furnitures of a restaurant in Cambodia and engage in public brawl, until they were carted away by local police officers.                      
We Need The Ku Klux Klan To Ride Again, So They Can Clean Out DC - Goodloe Sutton
Goodloe Sutton, an editor of of a small-town Alabama newspaper in his latest piece has written that the domestic terrorist group known for terrorizing Jews and people of colour, the Ku Klux Klan(KKK) needs to return, so they can ride against "Democrats in the Republican Party and Democrats [who] are plotting to raise taxes in Alabama."                                                    Goodloe Sutton 
Is Trump Allegedly A Russian Agent - F.B.I Investigates
The F.B.I have started an investigation on the U.S President Donald Trump on whether he is a secret agent working for the Russian government. The investigation started days after Trump fired F.B.I director, James Comey for his investigation into Russia meddling in the U.S election.
Terrorist Screams "Allahu Akbar", Stabbed Three People In Manchester
A man with 12-inch knife went on a stabbing rage, shouting "Allahu Akbar" and stabbed three people. The officers at the British Transport Police(BTP) were reportedly called at 8:52pm to the crime scene, and two people have reportedly been taken to the hospital for knife wounds in their shoulders.                            
U.S. Embassy In Nigeria Shutdown
The U.S. Embassy in Nigeria has announced it will be on shutdown following the recent government shutdown in the U.S. The Embassy will shut down their offices in both Lagos and Abuja.                     The Embassy makes the announcement on their Facebook page;                  
Trump Makes Surprise Visit To Iraq To Meet US Troops
President Trump this Wednesday leaves the Washington issues behind him to meet with US troops in Iraq, his first visit since he was elected US President. The President's plane left the Joint Base Andrews and landed at the airstrip west of Baghdad.                             
How A Russian Couple Raped And Beheaded 20-Year Old Girl
A Russian man, Alexander Altapov, 30, has been sentenced to 25 years in jail after he raped a 20 year old architectural student, Viktoria Povesma, in his flat. Altapov is a serial offender who had in different times gone to prison for sex related offences.                                                                                                                                                Altapov(L) and Ekaterina(R)
US Defense Secretary James Mattis Quits In Protest Of Trump Views
US Defense secretary, James Mattis has announced he will be leaving the position come February 2019, after Mattis cities policies differences with the US President Donald Trump. In the letter released by the secretary, he stated that America power lies in his allies, and the President has not given much credence to his allies.                   
Donald Trump Claims "Mission Accomplished" In Syria, Putin Welcomes The Idea
One of Donald Trump campaign promises to the US people is defeating the Islamic State terror group, ISIS, and in a new video released by the President's team, Donald Trump believed ISIS is defeated, and it is time to bring back the US troops in Syria.                          
United States Listed Among Dangerous Countries For Journalists
The attack on journalists in 2018 has increased, and more this has shown increase in hatred for free press, this includes an increase in verbal attack from the United States President Donald Trump and also the killing of Washington post reporter, Jamal Khashoggi, a royal insider who became a critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia.