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Shocking: Body of first female Muslim judge in the US found in Hudson River, New York

The body of the first female Muslim judge in the United States’, Shelia Abdus-Salaam, 65, was found Wednesday afternoon in the Hudson River near Manhattan, in New York. Abdus-Salaam served as an associate judge of the Court of Appeals and was the first African-American woman to serve on New York’s top court Shelia Abdus-Salaam had been reported missing earlier in the day. When her body was found in the river, ... Read More »

North Korea defy Donald Trump Prepares for 6th nuclear test

According to new satellite images, Kim Jong-Un’s North Korean government is preparing to carry out it’s 6th nuclear missile tests, as an apparent show of defiance towards U.S president Donald Trump, after the U.S on Monday ordered it’s Navy strike force to sail towards the Korean peninsula to act on North Korea if necessary after gaining support from China. The US-based monitoring group 38 North on Thursday morning said that ... Read More »

My Wife Sleeps With Her Pastor And My Younger Brother

A 48-year-old clearing agent, Mr Francis Stephen, said on Wednesday that his wife is having an affair with her pastor and his younger brother. “My wife is having S3x with her pastor,’’ Stephen told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos while responding to a request by his wife, Ogechi, for the dissolution of their 13-year-old marriage. “My wife is sleeping with her pastor, when I got to know I confronted ... Read More »

Mugabe escalates war vets fight

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe blew hot and cold yesterday, as he blasted war veterans and pleaded for support from his erstwhile colleagues, who have all but dumped him as their preferred candidate in the 2018 general elections. Speaking at the burial of the late Retired Brigadier-General James Murozvi at the National Heroes’ Acre, Mugabe said war veterans should follow the example set by the national hero. “He was quiet and respectable ... Read More »

Former PDP Chairman Adamu Mu’azu denies owning Ikoyi house where over $50 Million was found

Adamu Muazu has denied claims by Sahara Reporters that he is the owner of the Ikoyi home where $50 million was discovered yesterday. Read the report by Sahara Reporters below: Former Chairman of National People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Ahmadu Adamu Mu’azu has ‘disowned’ the house where Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) officers yesterday discovered more than $50 million hidden behind false walls in a swanky apartment tower in the ... Read More »

Rex Tillerson says US – Russia relations have reached a “low point”

Vladimir Putin is meeting with Rex Tillerson, the US Secretary of State, in the Kremlin, amid an escalating confrontation between the US and Russia over the Syrian civil war. Mr Putin hosted Mr Tillerson on Wednesday evening after exhaustive talks between the US secretary of state and Sergey Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister. Earlier Mr Putin said Russia’s relationship with the United States has only deteriorated since Donald Trump took ... Read More »

Ben Carson rescued after being trapped in elevator

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is safe and sound, thanks to the Miami Fire and Police Departments who rescued him from a stuck elevator Wednesday. The incident occurred while Carson was touring an affordable housing complex in Overtown, a Miami neighborhood. Waiting outside the elevator: former Miami Heat and NBA star Alonzo Mourning. “Great meeting w/ Alonzo Mourning who is doing great work with low income housing & ... Read More »

#ZumaBirthday: Tens of thousands join birthday protests against South Africa’s Jacob Zuma

South African President Jacob Zuma turned 75 on Wednesday as a sea of demonstrators welled up in Pretoria calling on him to quit. The opposition is hoping to chip away at his solid parliamentary majority. Tens of thousands of people gathered in the South African capital of Pretoria to protest against President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday. The protestors converged on Union Buildings, the official seat of the South African government ... Read More »

$1.3 Billion Malabu Oil Fraud: The Scam And The People That Wrecked Nigeria

The 12 unbelievable facts you should know about Nigeria’s most controversial deal. The controversial $1.3 billion fraudulent deal revolves around “OPL 245,” which is believed to be the most valuable oil field in West Africa. The Malabu oil scam has been making headlines for years and is being described as one of the largest corruption scandals ever witnessed in the global oil industry. The controversial $1.3 billion deal revolves around ... Read More »

Russia is helping Syria Cover Up The Sarin Chemical Attack – US Says

The White House said Tuesday there is overwhelming evidence that Syria used a sarin nerve agent to attack opponents of the government last week, and that Russia is trying to help Bashar Assad’s government cover up this illegal use of chemical weapons. “The Syrian regime and its primary backer, Russia, have sought to confuse the world community about who is responsible for using chemical weapons against the Syrian people in ... Read More »

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