Friday, July 18, 2014

Graphic Photo: Man Without Mouth To Undergo Corrective Surgery 56years After Wolf Attack

A man left with a disfigured mouth after wolf attack when he was a child is to receive corrective surgery 56 years later.  

Wu Xiuyou, 65, from Datang village in south-west China's mountainous Guizhou Province, was attacked by a wolf when he was 11.
The animal effectively ripped off his mouth and he was left disfigured and only able to eat liquid food.

Pics: Aircraft carrying US soldiers crash lands on Ugandan Highway

A tiny plane carrying 6 American soldiers today July 18th crash landed on a highway outside Uganda's capital Kampala after running out of fuel. It'd to make a quick safe landing to prevent any disaster. Reports say the plane which took off from the Entebbe airport in Uganda was maneuvering to neighboring South Sudan when the aircraft was forced to reverse as a result of bad weather and then land on a highway after running out of fuel approximately 40 miles from the airport. Fortunately no on was injured


Photo: 2 men arrested with corpse of 3-year-old girl in Aba

Two men, Jonathan Nwogu from Mgboko Umuola in Obingwa LGA of Abia state and Chibuike Anubuife from Ezeagu LGA of Enugu State were arrested by the Abia state command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC while trying to bury the corpse of a 3 year old girl in an abandoned pit in Osisioma, near Aba on Wednesday July 16th, Vanguard reports. 
Parading the men before newsmen, the state commandant of the NSCDC, Andy Dateer, said the men were apprehended at Enyimba petrol station near Ariara International market, Aba as they tried to put the young girl's corpse in a sack for burial. A quarrel ensued between the men and another man who was to convey them to the point of burial in his car when men of the NSCDC, who were on a routine patrol around the city, saw them. Continue...

BUSTED VIDEO! Ukraine Caught Trying to 'Frame Russia' for Shooting Down Malaysia Flight MH17!

Spirit of a Bird(àjé ) used by women (Ìyáàmi oshoronga)

àjé Spirit of a Bird used by women (Ìyáàmi oshoronga) to invoke powers used for
abundance and justice. This same power is used to consecrate the
crown of the Yorùbá Kings. Also used as a reference to money or
abundance. The various uses of the word has different accent marks 
which is one of the subtle variations of the Yoruba language that makes translations a challenge.

Why The WEST Detests PUTIN

President Putin banned homosexual marriage, gatherings, and organizations in his country of Russia against Western pressure.  President Putin banned the use and sell of GMOs(Genetically Modified Organisms), which are lab made seeds that are scientifically proven to be deadly and detrimental to the health of human-beings and even animals, from his country of Russia. The West opposes this.

Pics: Over 20 pregnant women rescued from baby factory in Abia

Men of the Abia State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC have rescued over 20 young pregnant women in a baby factory it discovered at Umunkpeyi in Isiala Ngwa South LGA, following a tip off.

Parading the rescued women and some of the workers in the baby factory, the state commandant of NSCDC, Andy Dateer, said the baby factory is named Nma Charity and Motherless Babies’ Home,  and that the owner who is now at-large, brings in men to impregnate the girls. He said after delivery, the babies are sold, and the mothers paid peanuts.

Pastor Killed in Borno, whereabout of wife & children unknown

A pastor with the RCCG in Borno state, Pastor Taiwo Dokun was shot dead and butchered by Boko Haram men through the Monday July 14th attack on Dille village in Askira-Uba LGA of Borno state. The late pastor's wife and three students are feared to have been taken by the sect men who reportedly abducted many people on the afternoon of the attack. A resident of the village, Jacob Mamza, gave an account of the way the pastor was killed to Vanguard;

FIFA lifts ban on Nigeria

FIFA has lifted the ban on Nigeriaafter having a high court sitting in Jos sacked the President of the Nigerian Football Federation, NFF, Aminu Maigari and other board members. FIFA had frowned at the court ruling, stating that the move was a government interference in football activities which can be against its policy. FIFA then directed that the new court order reinstating Maigari and other NFF executives be obtained before it may lift the ban. The brand new court order reinstating the NFF President and other executives was obtained two days ago, Tuesday July 15th, hence the lifting of the ban today.  Maigari and his board will resume their duties tomorrow and stay there until next month's elections when they may be sacked through the ballot, consistent with FIFA's policies. 

Built-In Safeguards to Prevent Financial Shocks From US Sanctions Against Russia - Psaki

WASHINGTON, July 18 (RIA Novosti) - The extended sectoral sanctions imposed by the United States were specifically designed to minimize possible financial market shocks, US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said.

Russian Aviation Authorities Call on IAC to Investigate Malaysian Plane Crash in Ukraine

The crash of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 in Ukraine should be investigated by the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) involving all the respective stakeholders, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) said.
"We need to agree as soon as possible, so that the researchers, experts in plane crash investigation, IAC experts could examine the circumstances, collect the so-called black boxes, remove the dead bodies, identify the dead in the most appropriate place, so that the bodies can be given to the relatives for burial," Rosaviatsiya head Alexander Neradko said in an interview with Rossiya-24 television channel.

Rescuers Recover Second Black Box From Malaysia Airlines Crash in East Ukraine

 Rescue workers have recovered the second black box from the Malaysian Airlines passenger airplane that crashed in eastern Ukraine, Reuters reported citing an eyewitness Friday.
Earlier a spokesman from the Vostok Battalion said that they had found several objects that could be black boxes near the town of Torez where the aircraft crashed.
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed near the town of Torez in the Donetsk Region on Thursday. There were 283 passengers and 15 crew members on board, none of them survived.


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