Category Archives: middle east

TERRORIST MASSACRE: ‘Boko Haram killed 59 students and lined up their bodies in front of the hostel’ — Buni Yadi massacre revisited

Before the Chibok girls, there were the Buni Yadi boys. Four years ago, Boko Haram insurgents attacked and killed 58 male students of  Federal Government College, Buni Yadi, Yobe state, for receiving “western education”. The school was, before then, known for its excellence. It represented Nigeria in Geo-Challenges at Florida, USA, in 2002;  was state runner-up in the 4th Annual National Essay Competition

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Who is Cyril Ramaphosa? The new President of South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA. A lover of fast cars, vintage wine, trout fishing and game farming, South Africa’s new President Cyril Ramaphosa is one of the country’s wealthiest politicians with a net worth of about $450m. After he was elected leader of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) in December, it was obvious that he would soon achieve his long-held dream of becoming

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Meet Alex Scott 7-time FA Cup Record Winner & 9 League Titles – Arsenal and England Legend

A product of the Arsenal Ladies Centre of Excellence programme, Alex Scott is part of the club’s history after scoring the winner in the 2007 UEFA Women’s Cup final against Umea. She’s also won nine league titles and seven FA Cups. Alex is a highly-experienced England international and featured for Team GB at the Olympics. One of the cornerstones of

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Dubai’s Torch Tower catches fire for second time in two years  (VIDEO)

5 August 2017 Middle East The Torch Tower, Dubai The 79-storey skyscraper opened in 2011 Was the world’s tallest residential building at its opening, but has since been surpassed by six others Is thought to be the 40th tallest building in the world, according to the Skyscraper Centre It has 676 apartments. A two-bedroom flat starts at more than $500,000 (£381,000)

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‘Genocide’ In Yemen As Saudi Arabia, U.S. Grab 63% Of Oil Supply

Saudi Arabia and the United States are carrying out a “genocide” while the world turns a blind eye, unaware that Yemen is being invaded for its vast oil reserves.  Observers have been puzzled why oil-rich Saudi Arabia, backed by their allies the United States, have set their sights on impoverished Yemen – however all is not as it seems in

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