Archive | February 19, 2017

At least twenty killed in Mogadishu, Somalia, market blast

Powerful blast, thought to be from a car bomb, tore through shops and food stands in Mogadishu’s Madina district. At least 20 people have died after a car bomb exploded in the Somali capital Mogadishu. (Aljazeera) — In the deadliest attack since the election of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed – nicknamed Farmajo – the vehicle […]

Ministers want to divert aid from Africa to eastern Europe

Ministers want to divert aid from Africa to eastern Europe ‘to get better Brexit deal’ Department for International Development insists proposal is illegal under international rules (Independent) — Some senior ministers reportedly want to divert aid from “wasteful” projects in Africa and Asia to allies in eastern Europe in a bid to get a better […]

After his protest at Rio Games, Feyisa Lelisa temporarily reunited with family

After his protest at Rio Games, Ethiopian couldn’t go home; he’s temporarily reunited with family (Miami Herald)– Marathoner Feyisa Lilesa, reunited with his wife, Iftu Mulisa, daughter, Soko, 6, and son, Sora, 3, in Miami Beach. They will go with him to Arizona, where he has lived since the Games. AL DIAZ Feyisa Lilesa has […]

Somali Liyu Police is a disgrace to the ancient Cushitic (Kushitic) nations

By HG (Facebook) Denboba Natie February 18, 2017 Somali Liyu Police is a disgrace to the ancient Cushitic (Kushitic) nations. It is mind boggling to witness that the so called Somali liyu police are attacking a sisterly Oromo nation on the order of the barbaric TPLF regime. These hooligans are so illiterate that they have no […]

Museveni weighs-in on US-Russia row, warms up to Donald Trump

Museveni weighs-in on US-Russia row, warms up to Trump By Frederic Musisi KAMPALA (Daily Monitor) — President Museveni has sucked himself into the ongoing verbal rattling between liberals and conservatives over new US President Donald Trump’s relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, by penning a missive proposing a middle ground in the divisive international politics. […]

Churchill Starved 3 Million Indians to Death in the Man-Made Famine of 1943

The great hero of the Anglo-American world did his best to keep up with Stalin and Hitler Churchill’s Secret War: The British Empire and the Ravaging of India during World War II is a book by a science journalist Madhusree Mukerjee. It tells of British policy in India in the Second World War and how it […]

Canada: Former refugee an advocate for education

Canada: Former refugee an advocate for education Dammee, who is originally from Ethiopia, received a World University Service of Canada scholarship to study in Canada at Laurier. Students living in refugee camps can apply to the WUSC Student Refugee Program for a scholarship, with the funding donated by students at Canadian universities. Universities sponsor a […]

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