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Trump at #LibertyUniversity : ‘In America, we don’t worship government; we worship God’

In his first commencement address as president, Donald Trump on Saturday drew a parallel between what he faces as a political outsider in Washington and what he said the Christian graduates of Liberty University can expect to encounter in a secular world. “Be totally unafraid to challenge entrenched interests and failed power structures,” Trump said. “Does that sound familiar, by the way?” “Relish the opportunity to be an outsider,” he ... Read More »

Photos/Videos: AK 47 clutching Chibok girl explains why she doesn’t want to return home

Last week, one of the negotiators for the release of the 82 Chibok school girls, disclosed that one of the girls refused to be freed saying she’s found her husband at the terrorist camp and would love to be with him. In a new video released by the terrorist group, four of the supposed Chibok girls, one of them armed with AK 47, explained why they do not want to ... Read More »

Trump Meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov In White House

As scrutiny intensifies around investigations into the Trump campaign’s possible ties to Russia during the 2016 campaign, President Donald Trump emphasized his hope for better relations between the U.S. and the Kremlin in a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday. Trump described the meeting to a group of reporters on Wednesday as “very, very good.” But the critical issue of Russian election interference was not discussed, according ... Read More »

Meet South Korea’s President Elects Moon Jae-in, Who Backs Talks With North, as President 点击查看本文中文版

South Korea elected Moon Jae-in, a human rights lawyer who favors dialogue with North Korea, as president on Tuesday, returning the nation’s liberals to power after nearly a decade in the political wilderness and setting up a potential rift with the United States over the North’s nuclear weapons program. His victory caps a remarkable national drama in which a corruption scandal, mass protests and impeachment forced a South Korean president ... Read More »

Video of Passengers Fighting Aboard SouthWest Airlines

As if airlines in the U.S. don’t have enough trouble on their hands, a Southwest Airlines jet coming into the gate at a California airport was the scene of a full-blown fistfight, another on-plane incident that was caught on cellphone video. In the footage, which was posted to Twitter, two men can be seen jostling with one another before one is thrown into the seats in front of them. Then ... Read More »

One of the Chibok school girls refused to be released because she found a husband- Shehu Garba

Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, says one of the Chibok school girls in Boko Haram captivity refused to be released because according to her, she has “found a husband”. The girl who would have been the 83 girl to have been released by the sect group last Saturday, is married to one of the sect members. She says she would rather stay married ... Read More »

Pissed passengers fight at Florida airport after 11 flights got cancelled (video)

A fight broke out on Monday at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Florida, after Spirit Airlines cancelled 11 flights. The angry passengers escalated their rage into a physical fight that included cops. Passengers who had waited for so long for their flight refused to be controlled as they shouted and pounded on the counter as the riot unfolded. Security officials made efforts to calm the passengers but it was to no ... Read More »

‘I’ll defend Europe!’ Macron snubs French national anthem & walks out to EU song after win

In the past French politicians have announced their victory to the sound of La Marseillaise, which has stood as their anthem for hundreds of years. But Mr Macron, who has gained support from major European figures including Jean-Claude Juncker and Angela Merkel, instead blasted the anthem of Europe ‘Ode to Joy’ from the speakers as he waved to adoring crowds of voters outside the Louvre museum. The show of allegiance ... Read More »

Former top US justice official to testify on Flynn-Russia links

The simmering controversy over Russia’s alleged meddling in last year’s US election returns to the spotlight Monday, with a former top Justice Department official set to testify on links between President Donald Trump’s advisors and Moscow. Former acting attorney general Sally Yates, a Barack Obama appointee held over for the start of the new administration, could offer new details about how Trump handled concerns that national security advisor Michael Flynn ... Read More »

Beaten but not broken, Le Pen eyes parliamentary vote

Defeated in Sunday’s vote, France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen is now positioning herself as “the primary opposition force” against President-elect Emmanuel Macron’s policies. Just minutes after polls closed in France’s major cities with early results showing she had lost the 2017 presidential race, Le Pen took to the stage to deliver a concession speech. “France has voted for continuity,” she noted in a tone that implied her defeat was ... Read More »

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