Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

When you think about luxury resorts, you don’t ever imagine that something evil could happen to you while you are on vacation. Unfortunately, this was the case of Robert Hall, a Canadian citizen who went on vacation to the Philippines and stayed at a seaside resort. Robert was kidnapped with…

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Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

A Canadian-funded hospital in Syria has been destroyed during an air strike that was, according to an aid agency, deliberate and has forced other hospitals to close. This hospital was in Aleppo, a city divided by Syrian President Bashar Assad government forces and Syrian rebels. The center is one…

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N. Korean submarine considered sunk

N. Korean submarine considered sunk

A North Korean submarine disappeared and is presumed to have sunk. The submarine was reportedly operating and patrolling the North Korean coast for several days before it went missing. An unknown news source from the U.S government stated that the submarine sunk and is not missing. North Korea has…

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Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

"We had just finished evening prayers when the gunmen came to our village and indiscriminately opened fire and set fire to homes," were the words of resident Kulo Sheriff. The extremist group, Boko Haram viciously attacked Dalori village in the north of the country with gunfire and…

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San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

On December 6th, 2015, President Obama vowed to find anyone who plotted militant attacks on the U.S.A. He said this to reassure Americans after the California deadly rampage shooting, which has provoked questions regarding security of the United States against extremism. He did his best to respond…

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Donald Trump Seeks Help Of The FBI Following Death Threats

Donald Trump Seeks Help Of The FBI Following Death Threats

Donald Trump hasn’t had a very good campaigning season. Even before he officially kick started his 2016 Presidential Campaign, Trump was already receiving negative feedback with regards to his whole Presidential Campaign. To make even worse for Trump is that he ended up making some very…

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Manufacturing sector struggles in the United States

Manufacturing sector struggles in the United States

The weak demand for electrical and transport equipment resulted in low number of factor good orders in the United States. Though the US economy is showing the signs of great recovery, the manufacturing sector is not witnessing any progress. The data from commerce department pointed out slow growth…

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Congress to Approve All New Nominees For Top Military Jobs

Congress to Approve All New Nominees For Top Military Jobs

New commanding officers would soon renew the military leadership in the United States now. The Senate is about to approve all the nominations now but civil defense appointments are being ignored. Legislators from the Senate Armed Services Committee will soon conduct confirmation hearing for new…

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United States Export Import Bank’s Charter Expires

United States Export Import Bank’s Charter Expires

The Export-Import Bank of the United States would be dead officially now as charter approving its existence expires. The fiscal conservatives and activists would be very happy now as they have been successful in cutting down one more regulatory body. Many republicans often criticized the 81-year-old…

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Why the Supreme Court's Judgment on Gay Marriage is Momentous

Why the Supreme Court's Judgment on Gay Marriage is Momentous

The Supreme Court's historic ruling on same-sex marriage has been coming on a while, and legislative progress affirmed clearly shifting perceptions of people in general, despite the odd Republican tantrum. Here are some reasons why the court's decision will change the lives of those who…

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OAO Rosneft suffers in oil production due to US sanctions

OAO Rosneft suffers in oil production due to US sanctions

The military stand of Russia is costing the country on the economic frontier. The NATO has lobbied hard to impose harsh sanctions on the Russia due to its stint in the Ukraine and Eastern Europe. The western governments were well aware of dependence of Russia on the oil exports and looks like they…

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North Los Angeles Evacuated over Fire

North Los Angeles Evacuated over Fire

Early on Thursday firefighters were finally in control of a shrub fire that was raging north of Los Angeles. As many as 350 acres of land was affected and about a thousand people had to relocate for safety reasons. People from 500 houses and a mobile home park had to be moved in Santa Clarita's…

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Fleeing Convicted Murderers Received Escape Tools in Hamburgers

Fleeing Convicted Murderers Received Escape Tools in Hamburgers

The person working in a prison in New York is suspected of providing escaped convicted murderers with tools like hacksaw blades. She was smuggling the tools in ground meat that was given to them. The two men fled the jail 18 days ago, which is rated as maximum security. According to the prosecutors,…

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Supremacist Council Cited by Roof Donated to Republican Party

Supremacist Council Cited by Roof Donated to Republican Party

Earl Holt, leader of the Council of Conservative Citizens donated USD 65,000 to the Republican Party and he was cited by killer of nine people in Charleston, Dylann Roof. Holt also donated money to several Republican presidential candidates. One of the candidates, Senator Ted Cruz from Texas, said…

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Teen Dies under a 650-Pound Slab

Teen Dies under a 650-Pound Slab

A 17-year-old boy was killed in New Jersey when a 650-pound slab fell on him at a countertop business site. He was found on Saturday at Stone N'Counters South LLC located in Berkeley Township. Authorities say it is not yet clear why the boy was at the location which is now closed due to…

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Hawaii Bans Smoking Under 21

Hawaii Bans Smoking Under 21

A bill has been signed by the Hawaii governor banning people younger than 21 to smoke. The same goes for electronic cigarettes and adolescent will be banned from buying and possessing tobacco as well. The law was signed on Friday by Governor David Ige. A large number of local governments have…

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US Get Cautious About South China Sea

US Get Cautious About South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute is going out of control as many nations are fighting over territory and the resources. The United States government has accused China for destabilizing the security environment in the region. The East Asia’s top U.S. diplomat has expressed several concerns over…

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Senate Committee Asks About Long Term Solution to ISIS

Senate Committee Asks About Long Term Solution to ISIS

The Middle East has been a trouble making region during the history. Too many tribes intersecting with many nationalities and sects have turned areas into active warzones. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is the new security threat in the region. Ashton Carter, United States Defense secretary…

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 Is Belly Button Challenge related to fitness?

Is Belly Button Challenge related to fitness?

Last week a new internet trend called Belly Button Challenge was gone viral and over 130 million hits were reported in just a week. This trend involves wrapping the right hand around their back to touch their belly button. This peculiar trend 1st started in China and was 1st spotted in WEIBO site…

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SWAT Shoots Dallas Police Headquarters Attacker

SWAT Shoots Dallas Police Headquarters Attacker

The police confiscated guns and ammunition from a man in Texas two years ago and now it has been found that the same weapons were found on a man whom the police shot following an attack on police headquarters. The attack took place during the weekend. James Boulware was apprehended in May 2013 and…

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Rachel Dolezal: “I Identify Myself as Black”

Rachel Dolezal: “I Identify Myself as Black”

Rachel Dolezal, who just stepped down from the presidential position of NAACP, has said in an interview today that she identifies herself as black, even though she was born white. She also said that she failed to correct reports concerning her racial identity that have been emerging over years.…

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The sad story about Kalief Browder

The sad story about Kalief Browder

From time to time you can read or hear about people whose life stories are really sad and tragic. Unfortunately Kalief Browder couldn’t escape the same destiny. He was wrongly imprisoned, tortured, tormented and molested and when he realized that he can no longer take it, he killed himself.…

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Emerging Markets Show Mixed Signals Due to Greek Crisis

Emerging Markets Show Mixed Signals Due to Greek Crisis

The developing markets are suffering for fourth week in a row. The china was expected to drive the growth but it couldn’t manage. The currencies are struggling world over due to Greek debt crisis. The Emerging markets index by MSCI, a Morgan Stanley division increased to 979.46, 0.3 percent…

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Kate Moss Escorted Off Plane for Disruptive Behavior

Kate Moss Escorted Off Plane for Disruptive Behavior

Former supermodel Kate Moss joined the club of celebrities being disruptive on planes, and has been escorted from one on Luton airport in London after she flew in from Bodrum in Turkey. The notorious club is definitely headed by naomi Campbell, Justin Bieber, Gerard Depardieu, Susan Boyle and many…

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Father Arrested for Beating Son to Death over Potty Training

Father Arrested for Beating Son to Death over Potty Training

A man has been charged with capital murder after he allegedly beat one of his son to death because he was not potty trained, announced Houston police. Anthony Trakemon Powell could be sent to death row if he is found guilty for killing his three-year-old, Tristan. He is also suspected of severely…

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Certain People In America Have A Heart To Join Isis

Certain People In America Have A Heart To Join Isis

In the great state of California, two men were recently arrested for trying to go and Join Isis. Both of these individuals are American. One individual was captured in Los Angeles and the other in the region of Orange County. After receiving a tip, the local police joined forces with the local FBI…

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Special Armed Forces

Special Armed Forces

The key mission of the Army Special Forces is to get prepared and lead sporadic engaging (UW) qualities, or an unobtrusive guerrilla compel in a the country. Special Forces was sent SF unit, proposed to arrange and lead UW asks behind enemy lines by virtue of a Warsaw Pact interference of Western…

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A Couple Leaves Nearly USD 1 Million to U.S. Government

A Couple Leaves Nearly USD 1 Million to U.S. Government

A couple from Seattle has written identical wills in which they leave their estate to the Government of the United States of America. The couple met after the husband escaped Europe occupied by Nazis and came to the U.S. Peter and Joan Petrasek arranged for a cashier check summing up to USD…

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Amtrak Vows to Improve Service after Deadly Derailment

Amtrak Vows to Improve Service after Deadly Derailment

Early today Amtrak trains were reinstalled on the Northeast Corridor in Philadelphia, following a deadly crash almost a week ago. Officials promised to increase the levels of safety on tracks after they were faced with widespread criticism. Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused…

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Don't Chase Bears with a Hatchet Drunk, Warns Massachusetts Police

Don't Chase Bears with a Hatchet Drunk, Warns Massachusetts Police

A very unusual warning came from the police in Massachusetts – they wrote a post on Facebook saying people should not chase bears through the woods with a dull hatchet, especially if drunk. The unusual post came after a man was caught attempting the courageous task. He was arrested in woods…

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GODSMACK To Team Up With U.S. Military

GODSMACK To Team Up With U.S. Military

GODSMACK has chosen "What's Next?" as the following single from its 6th studio album,"1000hp". A feature for the track will be discharged soon. Identifying with the K-Rock radio station in Syracuse, New York prior this week, GODSMACKfrontman Sully Erna expressed about…

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Tornadoes Rip Through Plains, More Severe Weather Expected

Tornadoes Rip Through Plains, More Severe Weather Expected

Parts of southern and central Plains were hit by tornadoes, while Oklahoma suffered highway shutdowns, flight delays and flying debris due to a severe storm. Nebraska, central Kansas and central Oklahoma were hit by tornadoes as well, said the National Weather Service, which issued tornado warnings…

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WikiLeaks Adds Thousands of Hacked Sony Emails

WikiLeaks Adds Thousands of Hacked Sony Emails

If you were on the lookout for leaked Sony Pictures Entertainment emails then you are in luck as popular site WikiLeaks has just added a number of them to its searchable database. The announcements were made by WikiLeaks on Thursday via its Twitter account. The new report by WikiLeaks comes just…

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Pope on Tsarnaev: He Should Not Be Executed

Pope on Tsarnaev: He Should Not Be Executed

Commenting on the possibility of Boston Bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev being sentenced to death, Pope Francis said that being jailed for life is “a death penalty in itself”. The comment went a little further than the one coming from Massachusetts Catholic bishops, who said that “no matter…

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Boston Marathon Bomber's Mother: “Americans Are Terrorists!”

Boston Marathon Bomber's Mother: “Americans Are Terrorists!”

While last week's conviction of Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston marathon bomber, was widely praised in the United States, his mother, Zuibedat Tsarnaeva spoke harshly against the treatment her son got in the U.S. She posted an angry comment on the Russian social media site VKontakte, that her sons…

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Live Nation Quit Partnership with Coca Cola, Chose PepsiCo Instead

Live Nation Quit Partnership with Coca Cola, Chose PepsiCo Instead

Live Nation music company will not be in partnership with Coca Cola any more, given their five-year official drink contract expired. Live Nation chose PepsiCo instead, and will partner with the soft drink company for the next several years. The brands in question are Pepsi and Mountain Dew. PepsiCo…

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Boycott after the criticism of the US Ambassador

Boycott after the criticism of the US Ambassador

The president of Czech Republic Milos Zeman decided to boycott the American ambassador in Prague, until he comes back from the military parade in Moscow, which will be on the 9th of May. It all began when Milos Zeman decided to attend a Russian military parade, and Andrew Schapiro didn't…

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Loaded Not Hitting Newsstands Anymore

Loaded Not Hitting Newsstands Anymore

One of the magazines that was a trendsetter of the mid-1990s men's press boom, is to be closed after 21 years. The reasons to closure of Loaded lie in the explosion of online reading, which resulted in plummeting sales – the circulation was some 35,000 in 2011, compared to sky-high 350,000…

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A Germanwings plane crashed

A Germanwings plane crashed

A Germanwings plane (Airbus A320) crashed in the French Alps. It was carrying 150 people from Barcelona to Dusseldorf. According to latest information, there are no survivors from the flight 4U 9525! Among the passengers were 16 German pupils, who were returning from an exchange trip! The…

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Where is MH370?

Where is MH370?

One year has passed and still, there are no information about the MH 370, and its 239 passengers! During the past year, satellite and radar reports provided some clues, but there are no results in finding this airplane! Even bigger wonder is there is no wreckage nor the fuselage! All we know is that…

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Difference between White House and Netanyuh

Difference between White House and Netanyuh

American Highlights was, differences between White House And US Congress had veiled out when Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu had invited to speak in joint session of US congress. John Boehnor , Speaker invited him to speak without White House’s input. Netanyahu warned America that a…

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BOKO HARAM LOSES ANOTHER BORDER TOWN TO NIGERIAN FORCES

BOKO HARAM LOSES ANOTHER BORDER TOWN TO NIGERIAN FORCES

On Saturday Nigerian forces managed to take control of Baga, a quiet town in Nigeria that was under the control of Islamist group Boko haram. According to the military, retaking Baga town which is at Nigeria’s border with Niger, Cameroon and Chad was a major step in their goal of ensuring that…

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Vanzara Walks Free After Spending Seven Years In Jail

Vanzara Walks Free After Spending Seven Years In Jail

Former DIG D G Vanzara can walk free after spending about seven years in jail being found innocent in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case. He had been languishing in jail since 2007. The 19-year old college student was found dead with three men alleged to be members of Lashkar-e-Taiba. The…

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War between Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels continue

War between Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels continue

Although a ceasefire between Ukraine and pro-Russia rebels was achieved, the war continues! They should remove their weapons a few days ago, but they didn’t. So today artillery fire could be heard in Donetsk. Mariopol, was also a target of the pro-Russian rebels. While fighting was continued,…

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Antianxiety App

Antianxiety App

Smartphones could be very important for us, they are very helpful in everyday life. But there are some side effects of too much using your phone. The latest mental sensation is called ‘’the buzzing syndrome’’, you think that your phone is vibrating but it doesn’t. If…

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RAPIDSHARE TO CLOSE FOLLOWING LONG DECLINE

RAPIDSHARE TO CLOSE FOLLOWING LONG DECLINE

Rapidshare which was once a popular file-sharing site in the world is set to shut down this March. The decision to close Rapidshare comes after it sacked three-quarters of its staff back in 2013. The site is also said to have entered into a period of serious decline that has seen users abandoning…

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MICROSOFT PATCHES THE BUG USED BY CHINESE HACKERS

MICROSOFT PATCHES THE BUG USED BY CHINESE HACKERS

Chinese hackers who have been targeting the US government and its military network are in for a shock as Microsoft patches the bug used by Chinese hackers. The flaw made it easy and possible for Windows personal computers that visited seeded sites which had other harmful malware which were created…

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NY schools’ new management system

NY schools’ new management system

With new leadership come new rules. Well not exactly new in this case, but the old ones will change, that is certain. The school system reporting and management system will revert back to the one active before 2002, when superintendents had more power. The reporting line starting this fall will see…

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Stocks and dollar gain after US jobs data

Stocks and dollar gain after US jobs data

Wall Street stocks closed at record highs, the dollar was at a five-year peak and shorter-dated Treasury bonds were yielding the most since April 2011 after a robust US jobs report prompted some in the markets to bring forward expectations of when the Federal Reserve might begin raising interest…

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Screenings Lifted for Those from Mali Visiting U.S.

Screenings Lifted for Those from Mali Visiting U.S.

In what has become a widespread disease, Ebola has claimed the lives on about 8,000 people to date. The epidemic has seen huge amounts of victims in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea, causing other nations to cut off ties or require rigorous screenings before admitting visitors from West Africa. The…

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US military equipment being detoured for possible battle vs. ISIS

US military equipment being detoured for possible battle vs. ISIS

The U.S. military has been stockpiling huge quantities of gear in Kuwait in preparation for shipping it across the border into Iraq for possible use in a coordinated offensive against the terrorist group Islamic State, according to U.S. News & World Report. The gear is being housed near a busy…

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  • Two female runners, Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano go missing

    Two female runners, Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano go missing

    Vanessa Marcotte & Karina Vetrano, in two separate incidents, went missing and were found deceased by the police. Although the deaths have some similar details - they are not related according to the authorities. The similarities include both were avid runners and their bodies were found in…

  • Richard Rosario 20 years in jail and innocent

    Richard Rosario 20 years in jail and innocent

    Imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, Richard Rosario was freed 13 alibis and 20 years later. Rosario was charged with the murder of a teenager in 1996. Though he had 13 witnesses to testify to the fact that he was in Florida, he was convicted. At the time of the murder, Richard Rosario states…

  • Robert Lewis Dear unfit to stand trial for abortion clinic gun spree

    Robert Lewis Dear unfit to stand trial for abortion clinic gun spree

    The Planned Parenthood Clinic in Colorado Springs was attacked on November 27, 2015. The suspect was Robert Lewis Dear. His encounter with the police lasted for five hours during which five police officers and four civilians were injured. The whole episode ended after an armoured vehicle of police…

What happened to Fauna Jackson (16) while missing in Grand Teton National Park?

What happened to Fauna Jackson (16) while missing in Grand Teton National Park?

Fauna Jackson was last seen on Thursday, August 4th and a large search was started. The 16-year-old from Ohio was volunteering in Wyoming´s Grand Teton National Park. After 24 hours, a group of 60 people were combing the national park in search of Ms. Jackson. By Saturday, more than 100 people…

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Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

Hostage Robert Hall beheaded and how he became a hostage

When you think about luxury resorts, you don’t ever imagine that something evil could happen to you while you are on vacation. Unfortunately, this was the case of Robert Hall, a Canadian citizen who went on vacation to the Philippines and stayed at a seaside resort. Robert was kidnapped with…

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Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

Canadian funded hospital destroyed in Syria

A Canadian-funded hospital in Syria has been destroyed during an air strike that was, according to an aid agency, deliberate and has forced other hospitals to close. This hospital was in Aleppo, a city divided by Syrian President Bashar Assad government forces and Syrian rebels. The center is one…

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N. Korean submarine considered sunk

N. Korean submarine considered sunk

A North Korean submarine disappeared and is presumed to have sunk. The submarine was reportedly operating and patrolling the North Korean coast for several days before it went missing. An unknown news source from the U.S government stated that the submarine sunk and is not missing. North Korea has…

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Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

Boko Haram attack village in Nigeria, Feb. 1, 2016

"We had just finished evening prayers when the gunmen came to our village and indiscriminately opened fire and set fire to homes," were the words of resident Kulo Sheriff. The extremist group, Boko Haram viciously attacked Dalori village in the north of the country with gunfire and…

read more
San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

San Bernadino Shooting is the New Phase of Terrorism

On December 6th, 2015, President Obama vowed to find anyone who plotted militant attacks on the U.S.A. He said this to reassure Americans after the California deadly rampage shooting, which has provoked questions regarding security of the United States against extremism. He did his best to respond…

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