Thursday, December 3, 2020

Court Formally Indicts Netanyahu On Corruption Charges

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday on was formally indicted in court on corruption charges after he withdrew his request for parliamentary immunity from prosecution. Netanyahu was in Washington for meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump ahead of the release of Trump’s long-delayed Israel-Palestinian peace plan when Israel’s attorney-general filed the charges in a Jerusalem...

Trump Says US Must Reopen Even If More Americans Die

US President Donald Trump launched headlong into his push to reopen the country on Tuesday, saying Americans should begin returning to their everyday lives even if it leads to more sickness and death from the pandemic. Trump, speaking in Phoenix during his first trip outside Washington in more than a month, said he's preparing for...

US top Envoy Mike Pompeo makes first trip to Africa

The United States is discussing military cuts in Africa, has tightened visa rules for Africans and President Donald Trump notoriously was quoted as disparaging the continent with a vulgar epithet. But in his first visit to sub-Saharan Africa in his nearly two years in office, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will seek to lay out...

NIGERIA, ITALY MEET OVER BURIAL OF 26 NIGERIANS

The Federal Government has met with some officials of the Italian government in its attempt to investigate the burial of 26 Nigerian women who died in the Mediterranean Sea three weeks ago. The government, through the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, met Italian officials including the President of the Italian Chamber...

Coronavirus: Italy Records Three Death

An elderly cancer patient became the third person known to be infected with the coronavirus to die in Italy, health officials said on Sunday, as the number of people contracting the virus continued to mount.  The death of the woman in a hospital in the small city of Crema in Lombardy, the centre of Italy’s coronavirus scare, followed that...

MUGABE’S BIRTHDAY DECLARED PUBLIC HOLIDAY

Former President Robert Mugabe’s birthday, Feb. 21, is now a public holiday after the Zimbabwean Government gazetted it as Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth Day, the state-controlled media reported on Monday. The designation of the day as a public holiday comes after the government adopted the decision in August following intense lobbying by the ruling...

A Source Of Blessing In Pakistan

An eye surgeon from the Diocese of Peshawar, Khushbakht Peters, on how the united Church of Pakistan is called to exist – and be a source of blessing for many – despite the difficulties faced in the region. The real Church, believers in the unity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, will...

Ireland Cautiously Begins To Ease COVID-19 Lockdown

Ireland launched the first tentative step in its plan to lift coronavirus lockdown on Monday, with staff returning to outdoor workplaces as some shops resumed trade and sports facilities unlocked their doors. The modest tweaks to the restrictions in place since 28 March start a staggered process set to stretch until August. “I’m both pleased and...

NORTH KOREA PLAGUE PLOT: HOW KIM WILL SEND BLACK DEATH ACROSS GLOBE USING HUMAN SACRIFICES

NORTH Korea is plotting a sick biological attack against the USA and other Western powers, using human sacrifices to spread plague across the globe. North Korea is developing biological weapons capable of introducing deadly diseases into Kim Jong-un’s Western rivals - including the black death. The hermit state is also manipulating 12 other biological agents in their...

Soleimani Killing: Trump Vows ‘1,000 Times Greater’ Response To Any Iran Attack

US President Donald Trump on Monday vowed that any attack by Iran would be met with a response “1,000 times greater in magnitude,” after reports that Iran planned to avenge the killing of top general Qasem Soleimani. A US media report, quoting unnamed officials, said that an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the US ambassador to South...

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