President Zuma of South Africa over xenophobic attacks appeals to Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan

President Zuma of South Africa has reportedly put a call across to President Jonathan to express his sadness over the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. He appealed to President Jonathan not to allow the incident affect the bilateral relationship between the two countries. Reports of the phone call is contained in a statement released […]

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Garissa University College Attack : ‘Response to the attack was uncoordinated’ – Kenyan Interior Minister Joseph Nkarissery

Reports have emerged that the Kenyan authorities reportedly ignored security intelligence warnings of a possible attack. This was made known by Kenya’s interior minister, Joseph Nkarissery who said  security officers ignored intelligence reports prior to the attack on Garissa University College.   BBC reports that prior to the attacks, universities had posted memos warning students […]

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Nepal Earthquake :Before the great earthquake struck,Hinduism devotees killed 250,000 cows to celebrate festival

Before the great earthquake struck, million devotees of Hinduism religion celebrated their cow festival in Nepal. More than 20,000 buffaloes were sacrificed on the first day. It is estimated that 250,000 animals were sacrificed during the Gadhimai festival. The ritual killings were performed by more than 200 men in a concrete slaughterhouse near the temple. […]

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Actress Kristen Stewart calls her ‘Twilight’ Sex scenes with ex boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, was uncomfortable

Kristen Stewart is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK June 2015 edition. In an interview with the magazine, the actress revealed that shooting the ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ sex scenes with ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson, was “grotesquely uncomfortable.” “On Twilight we had to do the most epic sex scene of all time,” She said. Robert Pattinson and Kristen […]

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Baltimore man’s death:Thousands of demonstrators over Freddie Gray in US cities protest in Boston and New York to Indianapolis and Washington, D.C.

BALTIMORE —  Thousands of demonstrators marched in Baltimore on Wednesday demanding justice and police reform as 3,000 troops stood by to enforce a curfew imposed after Monday’s civil unrest over the death of a 25-year-old black man. The large peaceful protest that converged on city hall capped a day of calm in Baltimore, which saw […]

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