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Sudanese President, Omar Al-Bashir To Be Forced To Step Down

Omar Bashir

Army and police forces are deployed in the streets of Khartoum in Sudan due to the calls of the current Sudanese people’s protests and their desire to advance towards the Republican Palace yesterday. Omar Al-Bashir is the major reason for these people to strike. Check also: Am Not Insane As Some People Claim- S.Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Crucial demands for the ...

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Donald Trump’s Remarks On How To Eliminate Unlawful Acts In America

Donald Trump & African continent

America’s 45th President, Donald J Trump finally uttered out a few highlights on how to tarnish out unlawful criminal acts in United States of America. Check also: 21 Senior Officials Who Have So Far Left The Trump Administration Partly during his appearance on twitter, Donald Trump freely mentioned that the Wall or barrier is the only capable issue everyone should put ...

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President Kenyatta, William Ruto Buy Goats Worth Shs10 Million In Baringo Auction

baringo goats auction

The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta and his vice Mr William Ruto on Saturday spent a combined Shs10 million to purchase goats at cultural fair and Kimalel goat auction in Baringo. Check also: A new born goat kid with six legs William Ruto who’s reportedly not stranger to this kind of auction, splashed a whooping amount Shs6 million while his boss Uhuru ...

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Chinese Chemistry Student Arrested Over Poisoning African American Roommate

Chinese student

A Chinese chemistry student at a US university tried to poison his African-American roommate over a period of several months, prosecutors allege. Yukai Yang was charged with attempted homicide and arrested on Thursday. Check also: 3 Family Members Attacked And Killed By Gunmen Prosecutors say he laced the food and drink of Juwan Royal with thallium. Mr Royal still suffers symptoms. Mr ...

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Italy In The Maelstrom Of The Euro

italy economy

Italy joined the euro zone in 1999, with Prime Minister Massimo d’Alema of the “Democratic Left” party. This fateful participation, which entailed the complete loss of independent monetary policy, is undoubtedly the main cause of the disappointing performance of the Italian economy. The country’s GDP currently stands at EUR 1.75 trillion euro and its growth rates are extremely anemics, reaching ...

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