French Troops In CAR

December 9, 2013

France has doubled its troops to the CAR region in attempt to oust the rebels one and for all. So far they have been making strong advancements and don’t want it to backtrack. The main issue now is the refugees and those waiting to go back home. More Sanitation and aid is needed.

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Nairobi Attacks Kill Many Internationals

September 24, 2013

The Nairobi mall terror attack has been called an international attack as there were many tourists and international workers there. At least 6 British nationals were killed as well ans many others from all around the globe. There has been a great condemnation on the attacks.

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Autism awareness around the world

March 26, 2013

This the world witnessed international Autism awareness day. it a day to raise peoples awareness to the growing problem affecting nearly one in every hundred. The website had over 500,000 hits and worldwide international sites were lit up blue .

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The New Pope Frances I

March 13, 2013

The 1.3billion Catholics around the world are welcoming their new pope Frances I.  He was born to a rail worker from Argentina, living a humble life. Some are skeptical as to whether he is capable of dealing with all the controversy attacking the Vatican including the Vatican bank and reports of abuse. There are others […]

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Gao comes after heavy attack

February 10, 2013

After driving the rebels out the French are now under attack form suicide bombers. Today was the second kind of attack like this since the operation began. The region s becoming ever so unstable people are not sure of themselves, the french are setting up checkpoints all over Mali.  here is a call for jihad […]

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France to protect Niger uranium mine

February 3, 2013

The worlds fifth largest uranium mine is now being guarded by french special forces. After last months horror kidnappings and deaths France does not want to take any more chances. France is a big consumer of this uranium that provides its whole country. Basically France is being a big bully only interested in its own […]

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French overtake Timbuktu airport

January 28, 2013

The French-led army have pushed further into Mali re-controlling the Mali airport without having to fire a single shot. There are also rumors that the Islamists are fleeing other cities. The fighting is fr from over, the North is still a major issue. African soldiers are gathering to help. Mali is a major exporter of […]

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Instagram to rethink itself

December 19, 2012

The Facebook owned Instagram, used to share photos on social media announced yesterday that it will now remove the new terms and conditions that suggested that it could sell private pictures for advertisements. Instagram had updated its user terms this past Monday with new policies that were scheduled to be implemented on January the 16th, […]

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