The fight and frown against terrorism by the US is seen by the sentencing of a 35-year-old Lawal Babafemi to 22 years’ imprisonment in the United States for aiding an affiliate of Al-Qaeda in Yemeni. Babafemi, sentenced on Wednesday by a US District Judge, John Gleeson, in Brooklyn, was accused of receiving weapons training from… Read More US sentence a Nigerian 22 years in jail for helping Al-Qaeda
On Saturday, June 6, 2015, former Delaware attorney general and Iraq war veteran Beau Biden, 46, was laid to rest. Biden passed away on Saturday, May 30, 2015 after a battle with brain cancer.
China-based hackers are suspected of breaking into the computer networks of the US government personnel office and stealing identifying information of at least 4 million federal workers, American officials said Thursday. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management and the Interior Department had been compromised.… Read More US Cyber Hack; US suspects China in massive breach of data
The US defence secretary says al-Qaeda has “seized the opportunity” in Yemen amid reports that fighters from the group had stormed a border post near Saudi Arabia. Speaking during a visit to Japan on Wednesday, Ashton Carter said both the Houthis and al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula were taking advantage of
Children are prone to abuse from their parents and guardians, and this affects them psychologically and socially. Recently, a mother in Sacramento, California, allegedly committed one of the most heinous crimes of 2015. According to KTLA, Porche Wright, 27, had a history of abusing her 7-year-old daughter. But Wright’s friend knew that things had gone… Read More #Read Mother jailed for allegedly setting her 7-year-old daughter on fire after dousing her with gasoline
President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to remain calm about the Ebola virus that has thus far been diagnosed in three people in the United States and killed one, emphasizing that cautious practices on the part of health authorities as well as aid for the West African countries hardest hit by the disease are… Read More EBOLA: “This is a serious disease, we can’t just cut ourselves off from West Africa,” Obama said
Regret must have filled the owners of Framboise Bakery as they were found guilty of racism. Reports reaching us go as thus, the owners of Framboise Patisserie in Queens, NY were fined $25,000 for discriminating against a black woman seeking employment. According to reports, Jamilah DaCosta attempted to get a job at Framboise Patisserie when… Read More New York Bakery Fined $25,000 Because Applicant Is Black And ‘Scary’