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Russia Claims Assassination Of Ambassador in Turkey Was Organised by NATO

Russia Claims Assassination Of Ambassador in Turkey Was Organised by NATO

The secret services of a NATO country is ‘highly likely’ to have been behind the assassination of ambassador Andrey Karlov, claimed a top ally of Vladimir Putin. Senior senator Frantz Klintsevich, deputy chairman of the Russian upper chamber’s defence and security committee, said: ‘It was a planned action. ‘Everyone knew that he was going to […]

Russian Ambassador to Turkey shot dead in art exhibition in Ankara by a gunman:Watch Video

Russian Ambassador to Turkey shot dead in art exhibition in Ankara by a gunman:Watch Video

The Russian ambassador to Turkey was tonight shot dead by a Turkish police officer at an art gallery in Ankara. Ambassador Andrei Karlov, 62, was repeatedly shot in the back at close range by a gunman shouting: ‘Allahu Akbar (God is Great). We die in Aleppo, you die here!’ The shooter then yelled: ‘Stand back! […]

South Africa is No1 for death, USA spamming, UK for billionaires and Pakistan for gay porn: What is your country best at?

South Africa is No1 for death, USA spamming, UK for billionaires and Pakistan for gay porn: What is your country best at?

If you’re a discerning foodie head to Japan as it’s the world’s number one haute cuisine destination. Want to rub shoulders with billionaires? Then the UK should be on your bucket list. Keen to meet fellow whiskey drinkers? France is the stop for you. A fascinating new global map has pinpointed what different countries in […]

Leaders of pro-Kurdish political party arrested in southern Turkey

Leaders of pro-Kurdish political party arrested in southern Turkey

The two co-leaders of Turkey’s pro-Kurdish opposition party, People’s Democracy (HDP), have been detained along with at least nine other MPs. Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag were detained at their respective homes as part of a counter-terrorism inquiry, security sources told Turkish media. Hours after the arrest of Mr Demirtas in Diyarbakir, a suspected car […]

Its Raining Bombs in Syria As Russia kills 3,800 Civilians

Its Raining Bombs in Syria As Russia kills 3,800 Civilians

A Syrian rescue worker has been filmed breaking down in tears as he heroically pulled a 30-day-old baby girl from the rubble of a bombed building, in the city of Idlib on Thursday. White Helmets volunteer Abu Kifah recovered the girl alive after two hours of desperate digging and held her close before the pair […]

Traveling while African and trying to appease the visa gods

Traveling while African and trying to appease the visa gods

I had spent close to a week in Bangladesh presenting and participating in the Dhaka Literature Festival in November 2015. After the trip I took a few days off to tour Singapore and Malaysia—both of which I fortunately did not require a visa in advance. My return flight to my hometown, Nairobi, would transit through […]

The World’s Largest Powerships Are Helping To Electrify Asia, Africa

The World’s Largest Powerships Are Helping To Electrify Asia, Africa

A floating power plant isn’t something you see every day. The massive ships look like plants you’d see on land complete with tall exhaust stacks—except these plants are bobbing in the ocean. They might look odd, but for people in growing economies around the world, the ships are a welcome sight. The floating power plants […]

The heartbreaking Image Of an Injured 5 Year old Syrian boy

The heartbreaking Image Of an Injured 5 Year old Syrian boy

A photograph of a dazed and bloodied Syrian boy rescued from a destroyed building in Aleppo after an air strike has caused outrage around the world. Images of the boy sitting in an ambulance were released by activists and have since been shared widely on social media. He was identified as five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, who […]

Turkish soldiers surrender on Bosphorus Bridge after overnight military coup Fails

Turkish soldiers surrender on Bosphorus Bridge after overnight military coup Fails

More than 1,500 rebels have been detained after their failed military coup that killed at least 200 and wounded more than 1,000 as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed revenge for the bloody uprising. Erdogan made his triumphant return back to Istanbul after his forces quelled the coup on Friday evening, as he warned that […]

‘We have taken control’: Turkish military open fire on civilians as they launch coup to depose Islamist government – while President Erdogan ‘hides in a hotel room’ and Facetimes a TV station to urge his supporters to fight for him

‘We have taken control’: Turkish military open fire on civilians as they launch coup to depose Islamist government – while President Erdogan ‘hides in a hotel room’ and Facetimes a TV station to urge his supporters to fight for him

Turkish troops have opened fire on civilians attempting to cross the river Bosporus in Istanbul in protest to the military coup. Soldiers seized strategic locations across Istanbul and Ankara in an effort to overthrow the Islamic president Recep Erdogan. According to reports, several people have been injured according to early reports. Erdogan urged his supporters […]

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