Monday, March 24, 2014

Missing plane went down in Southern Indian Ocean - Malaysian PM

Malaysian Prime Minister during a press conference about an hour ago said they believe they have located the plane the whole world has been searching for in the last 16 days. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended deep in the southern Indian Ocean, west of Australia, Prime Minister Najib Razak said today, citing a new analysis of satellite data by a British satellite company and accident investigators.

The Prime Minister said all lives were lost and relatives of passengers and crew have been informed of the 'heartbreaking' news. Some families of the passengers on the missing plane are now due to be booked on to flights to take them to Australia, where the plane is believed to have ended up.

How did a plane going from Malaysia to China end up in the Southern Indian Ocean?

55 killed as Tiv youths and Fulani Herdsmen clash in Benue

It was a bloody afternoon yesterday March 23 in Benue state as some youths of the Tiv tribe clashed with suspected Fulani mercenaries in the state, leaving 55 people dead. The communal clash which is reported to be about land matters happened at Gbajimba, the headquarters of Guma LGA of the state.

Sources say suspected Fulani mercenaries had attempted to attack the Tiv community in the morning at about 10am but were resisted by the youths. They then made a return after a well coordinated attack plan had been hatched. They came in their hundreds, shooting indiscriminately and burning down houses. Continue...

Indian actor and Nigerian businessman arrested for drug trafficking

A top Bollywood actor, Nanduri Uday Kiran (29) and Nigerian national Rotimi Olusola Kehinde were today arrested by the East Zone Task Force Policemen in India for allegedly transacting a drug deal in Jubilee Hill in India. 

According to India Police , Rotimi came to India on a business visa and developed local contacts in trafficking of narcotics drugs in Bangalore and Hyderabad after procuring drugs from one Hakeem, a Sudanese national residing in Delhi. They were arrested when both men were seen negotiating for the drug which cost  Rs 1,500 per gram and sold for Rs 3,000 per gram, depending on the clients needs.

Understanding Ukraine: US supported fascists and terrorists in 35 countries

With recent events in Ukraine, it became obvious that the US government is supporting right-wing fascists, like Svoboda party in Ukraine. The party that with violent methods has managed to conduct the coup inside the country.

Acid attack victim Naomi Oni: 'Police added insult to injury' - (VIDEO)

The height of Barbarism in the American Police (Video)

Man puts his 7-week-old baby in Freezer for caring too much

A man was arrested, charged and convicted of child abuse after putting a little baby in a freezer because she cried too much, prosecutors in Washington said. Now, the man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. Tyler Deutsch holding his baby Tyler Deutsch holding his baby Tyler Deutsch, 26, pleaded guilty earlier this year to first degree child assault after attacking his 7-week-old daughter. “Even though the child has fully recovered, and we are grateful for that, it was a terrible and inexplicable crime,” the prosecutor told the court before sentencing.

MTN Donates Schools' Furniture to two Lagos Schools

MTN Foundation has donated 200 pieces of students’ furniture, 20 pieces of teachers’ furniture, exercise books, mathematical sets as well as raincoats valued at a cost not less than N10million to the Oriwu Model Junior/Senior College and Oreyo Junior/Senior Grammar School both in Ikorodu.

Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Olayinka Oladunjoye, who received the donation on behalf of the State Government appreciated the laudable gesture of the MTN Foundation noting that it was just one of the many that MTN Foundation has done for the State.

Americans' owe native Indian People over $700 trillion - Mohawk Elder Mark Maracle

The genocide of the indigenous peoples of North and South America continues to this day and the Indian Nations continue to fight for their very existence.

Man forcefully Rap*d Young Pretty Girl To Death In Lagos

Man Brutally Rap'ed Young Pretty Girl To Death In Lagos An Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos remanded a menial worker, Ikechukwu Egbo, at the Ikoyi Prison over the alleged murder of a 12-year-old girl, Bose Ogoja. 

The Chief Magistrate, Miss S.O. Solebo, who did not take the plea of the accused, gave the order, pending an advice from the Lagos State Director of Public Prosecutions. Earlier, the prosecutor, Insp. Richard Odigie, told the court that the crime was committed on December 30, 2013, at Ajara Dokoh in Badagry, near Lagos. Odigie told the court that the accused allegedly attacked the deceased and dragged her into the defunct Nigeria Telecommunications Office, rap'ed her and strangled her to death.

Scores of Bulgarians protest against EU sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

Several hundred Bulgarian citizens massed before the presidential administration building in the capital Sofia on Monday to protest against EU sanctions imposed on Russia. Demonstrators gathered to wield posters reading "The EU did not free Bulgaria from Turkish domination, but Russia did" and "Crimea’s Bulgarians want Sofia to recognize the referendum".

They arrived, attracting television broadcasters and news photographers, as the building assembled the country’s national security council to discuss events in Ukraine and possible consequences for Bulgaria.

Leaked Video of Lecturer having Se'x with a female Student in his Office

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No FG directive to refund applicants’ money - Immigration Service

The Nigerian Immigration Service collected N1,000 application fee from almost 700,000 applicants who participated in the recently disastrous employment test that claimed more than 15 lives. There were reports recently that the federal government had directed the NIS to refund the money but according to new reports, no such directive has been given by the government despite the fact that the recruitment exercise was cancelled.

Kenya Attack: Gunmen Open Fire at Church Service in Mombasa

Kenya Attack As Gunmen Open Fire at Church Service…
Four people in Kenya have been killed and fifteen others wounded after two gunmen stormed a church near the coastal city of Mombasa and opened fire on worshipers The tragedy happened this morning after suspected Al-shabaab terrorists appeared at Joy Jesus Church in the Kenyan mainland town of Likoni.

Video: Thousands of African migrants protest Israel detention policy

Thousands of African migrants protest Israel detention policy

Thousands of African migrants, many holding banners demanding freedom for compatriots jailed as illegal job-seekers by Israel, protested on in Tel Aviv against a new open-ended detention law.
Human rights groups say more than 300 people have been arrested since the law, which allows authorities to detain migrants without valid visas indefinitely, was passed by Israel’s parliament two weeks ago.

US police kill more innocents than terrorists despite sinking crime rates

Police officers in the United States killed an estimated 587 people in 2012 alone, tallying more than 5,000 over the course of the past decade, an activist non-for-profit called Justice Policy Institute has revealed. The death toll caused by police brutality, they say, is far higher than the number of people who died in roughly the same span as a result of events classified by Washington as terrorism.

Actor James Rebhorn dead at 65; a familiar face in character roles (Photos)

 James Rebhorn, whose acting resume includes a long list of character roles in major films and TV shows, died Friday, his representative said Sunday. Rebhorn was 65.
While you may not know his name, Rebhorn's face may be familiar as the arrogant headmaster in Al Pacino's "Scent of a Woman" or the scheming secretary of defense in "Independence Day."
Think back to the series finale of TV's "Seinfeld" in 1998. Rebhorn played the district attorney.
More recently, he was Frank Matheson in eight episodes of "Homeland."
Rebhorn was one of those busy actors sometimes referred to as "that guy." Tall and gangly, he had a face that served him well as a villain or corrupt politician.


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