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Good news for all poor people

See Ten most read topics in the news A philanthropist group in Germany is sending money to poor people for free. On their website, it says: “We know this may sound too good to be true, but it is ACTUALLY TRUE. We are philanthropists in Germany, and we send money directly to poor people all […]

Man sentenced to five years for spreading COVID-19

See Ten most read topics in the news According to local media reports, a Vietnamese man identified as Le Van Tri, 28-yr-old, has been sentenced to five years in Vietnam jail for breaking a 21-day quarantine mandate and spreading COVID-19 to eight people. Van Tri, 28, traveled by motorcycle from Ca Mau to Ho Chi […]

U.K increases taxes to cover COVID-19 costs

See Ten most read topics in the news In support of the country’s state-funded National Health Service, the U.K has increased taxes to cover the expenses it incurred due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The increase in taxes was announced today by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. During the election campaign, Johnson pledged not to raise […]

Indonesia prison fire kills 41 people

See Ten most read topics in the news At least 41 prisoners have died after a fire swept through an overcrowded Tangerang jail in Indonesia. The building, which housed 2,000 inmates, was said to have a maximum capacity of 600 inmates, and only 15 guards were on duty for the entire building. Some critics are […]

Afghan women protest against all-male government

See Ten most read topics in the news China has pledged $31 million in immediate aid to the Taliban government and it seems everybody wants a share of the cake. Some women in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan decided to risk their lives by protesting against the formation of an all-male interim Taliban government to […]

At least 82 died in Baghdad hospital fire

See Ten most read topics in the news At least 82 people are believed to have lost their lives after a blast caused by an exploding oxygen cylinder swept through a hospital that lacked smoke detectors in Baghdad. The fire reportedly spread quickly as it had flammable false ceilings. Most of the people who were […]

Police brutality continues in America

See Ten most read topics in the news A father posted a video on Facebook in which a Ring doorbell captured footage of a police officer in Vacaville, California, throwing his 17-year-old son to the ground and punching him in the face. In the post, he wrote: “I don’t believe that Preston will ever trust […]

Indonesian navy ays missing submarine sunk

See Ten most read topics in the news The search to rescue a missing Indonesian submarine has turned into a recovery mission after debris believed to be from the submarine were found. The Navy Chief of Staff Yudo Margono presented a bottle of grease, prayer mats, and a piece of metal pipe which are believed […]

India seriously hit by COVID-19

See Ten most read topics in the news Various news media have reported that COVID-19 cases in India are spiking, and the healthcare system is overwhelmed. After recording over 350,000 infections in a day, India has become one of the countries in the world that have been seriously hit by the coronavirus.

Biden recognizes mass killings of Armenians as genocide

See Ten most read topics in the news In a proclamation today, Joe Biden became the first US president to formally recognize the killings of 1.5 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1917 during the first world war as an act of “genocide”. This is viewed by many as a move that […]

President Biden on Derek Chauvin conviction

See Ten most read topics in the news After Derek Chauvin, the officer who killed George Floyd was found guilty of all charges, President Joe Biden addressed the nation and said that “Today’s verdict is a step forward. He said he spoke with the Governor of Minnesota as well as George Floyd’s family who he […]

George Floyd Square

See Ten most read topics in the news The street junction or intersection where Derek Chauvin, a white police officer with the Minneapolis Police Department, murdered George Floyd, an unarmed 46-year-old black man, by kneeling on his neck for approximately 9 minutes and 30 seconds became a protest and memorial site that has now been […]

Latest on George Floyd murder trial

See Ten most read topics in the news Probably based on the fact that answering questions would complicate issues for Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer decided to invoke his Fifth Amendment privilege and said he won’t take the stand to defend himself. The whole world would have liked to hear what he has […]

Hong Kong billionaire sentenced to 14 months

See Ten most read topics in the news Hong Kong billionaire known as Jimmy Lai has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for pro-democracy protest which was deemed to be an unauthorized assembly. While in prison, the 73-yr-old Lai and founder of the Apple Daily tabloid sent a letter to his Apple Daily newspaper. […]

Biden to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan

See Ten most read topics in the news Previous U.S administrations have all vowed to bring the U.S. troops back home but none of them has been able to do so. President Joe Biden has now promised to finally end the so-called U.S longest war by bringing the troops back home before September 11th, 2021. […]

Black soldier assaulted by white policeman

See Ten most read topics in the news Caron Nazario, a black soldier who is a second lieutenant in the Army Medical Corps, filed a lawsuit against Joe Gutierrez and Daniel Crocker who are officers in the police in Virginia. Nazario was stopped by the police officers for lack of a rear license plate, but […]

Ellen DeGeneres sold her estate for $47million

See Ten most read topics in the news Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi who are in a wife-wife relationship have sold their Beverly Hills estate for approximately $47million. The couple bought the estate for $45million from The Voice coach Adam Levine in 2019.

Russia has moved 80,000 troops to Ukrainian border

See Ten most read topics in the news According to CBS News, Ukraine says Russia has moved 80,000 troops to the border and Crimea, and Putin has ignored President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s request to speak with him about the escalating conflict in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian presidential spokeswoman Iuliia Mendel told Reuters on Monday that “the president’s […]

Microsoft to acquire Nuance Communications for $16 billion

See Ten most read topics in the news Wall Street Journal has reported that after spending about $26 billion for professional network LinkedIn Corp. in 2016, Microsoft Corp. has agreed to acquire speech-recognition firm Nuance Communications Inc. for $16 billion. Nuance is an American multinational computer software technology corporation, headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, on the […]

White Lives Matter rallies flop

See Ten most read topics in the news ABC News reports that by using encrypted chats, “neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.“ Unfortunately, the rallies flop as very few people showed up. At least, this shows that […]

How Trump tricked supporters into ignorant donations

See Ten most read topics in the news According to New York Times investigation, The Trump campaign, facing a financial crunch in summer 2020, deployed a strategy known as “the money bomb” to exploit money from Trump supporters. They made a fine print on pre-checked donation boxes smaller that was meant to confuse donors, so […]

Teacher goes into hiding in England

See Ten most read topics in the news The teacher at the center of a blasphemy row at Batley Grammar School, West Yorkshire, has gone into hiding for showing his pupils the cartoons taken from the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Protesters including parents turned up at the school gates calling for him to be […]

How did Trump succeed in brainwashing his supporters?

See Ten most read topics in the news Trump continues to baselessly dispute the outcome of a vote he lost by a large margin. As far as Trump supporters are concerned, truth and reality are defined not by what they are, but by Trump’s opinion of what they should be. As for Trump supporters, if […]

British royals are not happy with Harry and Meghan

See Ten most read topics in the news Members of the British royal family are reportedly not happy with Prince Harry and Meghan due to their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.  In one of the most stunning revelations from the interview, Meghan revealed that life within the royal family was so isolating and lonely. Even […]

President Joe Biden tripped 3 times as he climbed Air Force One

See Ten most read topics in the news As he ascended the stairs of Air Force One, President Joe Biden tripped 3 times. Joe Buck’s call of Joe Biden tripping makes it so much funnier pic.twitter.com/x4pcNKTuSh — Footballism™ (@FootbaIIism) March 20, 2021 In the past, Mike Pence tripped too. See the video below which was […]

Ellen lost 1.5 million viewers due to sexual misconduct

See Ten most read topics in the news The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been seriously plagued with sexual harassment. 36 former employees corroborated stories of improper behavior by producers in the workplace. Buzzfeed News recently published a bombshell report regarding a toxic work environment at the show. This has led to many viewers refusing to […]

FBI needs help in identifying Capitol building rioters

See Ten most read topics in the news The FBI is asking the public to please help in identifying individuals who were involved in the U.S. Capitol building riot. A statement in the FBI website reads: If you have witnessed unlawful violent action—or have any information about the cases below—we urge you to contact us. […]

Pope disapproves LGBTQ union

See Ten most read topics in the news Members of the LGBTQ community are very heartbroken as Pope Francis has said that blessing a gay union is against the will of God. It has been a long-standing issue on whether the Church should approve same-sex-union or not. In a decree approved by Pope Francis, the […]

Fox News Juan Williams blasts Donald Trump

See Ten most read topics in the news Fox News’ Juan Williams who announced in December, 2020 that he had contracted COVID-19, has blasted former President Donald Trump for his nonchalant handling of COVID-19 in the United States of America. William also praised the new President Joe Biden for the falling infection rates and ramped-up […]

Sri Lanka to ban weariing of burqas

See Ten most read topics in the news As a national security measure, Minister of Public Security in Sri Lanka, Sarath Weerasekara, has announced plans to ban the wearing of burqas and said the Government would also close more than 1,000 Islamic schools known as madrassas. In his own words: “In our early days, we […]

Royal family fires back at Harry and Meghan

See Ten most read topics in the news The royal family of Britain has started to contest Prince Harry and his wife Meghan’s racism claims. In a statement, the Queen said the charge of racism was “concerning” and would be “taken very seriously.” In order not to escalate tension, the Queen also added that the […]

Failure of QAnon’s March 4 conspiracy theory about Trump

See Ten most read topics in the news According to QAnon and some Trump followers, former President Donald Trump was due to be reinstated on March 4, 2021 as the president of the United States of America, despite the fact that Joe Biden won the election and has already inaugurated as the U.S President since […]

US charges North Korean hackers in $1.3 billion theft scheme

See Ten most read topics in the news The US Justice Department recently accused the government of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un of a campaign of cyber theft in an attempt to raise lots of money for the country. This is because punishing UN sanctions have seriously cinched off its sources of income. The […]

Court made it difficult for some immigrants to avoid deportation

See Ten most read topics in the news The Supreme Court or the United States (SCOTUS) has made it difficult for some immigrants to avoid deportation. Henceforth, Immigrants without clean records can no longer be exempted from deportation. An example is Clemente Avelino Pereida, a Mexican who entered the U.S. illegally and has lived in […]

Biden administration to reunite families separated under Trump

See Ten most read topics in the news Under former President Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance” border strategy, children were separated from their parents at the border. The parents were deported while their children were inhumanly taken away from them and allowed to remain in the US. Over 500 migrant children were taken away from their parents, […]

Why people are running away from taking AstraZeneca vaccine

See Ten most read topics in the news France is working to fix the disastrous image of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the country after many in the country feel reluctant to take it. unlike the vaccine made by Pfizer and Moderna, the efficacy of the AstraZeneca vaccine has been questioned after confusion about its trial […]

Why some African Americans are moving to Africa

See Ten most read topics in the news More African Americans are escaping the incessant racism and prejudice in the United States. The rate at which blacks in America are moving to African countries has increased since a racist became the U.S president. The amazing thing about all of this is that nobody seems to […]

Some of Trump’s bad policies corrected by Joe Biden

See Ten most read topics in the news The new American President Joe Biden has signed a decree on reversing Trump’s controversial policies among which are: 1. Transgender ban lifted: Biden has lifted the transgender ban imposed by his predecessor Donald Trump in the armed forces. This is one of the reasons why Biden is […]

Trump’s family divided over Biden’s victory

See Ten most read topics in the news News medias have reported that Melania Trump (50) and her son-inlaw Jared Kushner (39) reportedly advised Trump to concede and congratulate Joe Biden, but his sons Donald Jr. (42) und Eric (36) want their father to continue contesting the election results in the court despite the fact […]

The first things Biden wants to do as the U.S President

See Ten most read topics in the news First of all, the President-Elect, Joe Biden plans to reverse Trump’s senseless executive orders. He then wishes to tackle the COVID-19 issue which Trump has haldled in abysmal manner. Biden said: “It’s time to end the politicization of basic responsible public health steps, like mask wearing, social […]

Trump becomes the first incumbent to lose reelection since 1992

See Ten most read topics in the news With Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S 2020 Presidential election, President Donald Trump has become the first president to lose his reelection bid since 1992, when President George H.W. Bush lost to Bill Clinton. This is largely because instead of uniting the country, Trump was promoting division […]

John Bolton criticizes Trump’s attacks on election

See Ten most read topics in the news John Bolton, who served as President Trump’s national security advisor from 2018-2019, has sharply criticized Trump’s attacks on election. Bolton said: “Republicans are facing a character test. Any candidate is entitled to pursue appropriate election-law remedies if they feel there has been misconduct or error,” Bolton added. […]

Nigeria replaces SARS with SWAT

See Ten most read topics in the news The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has started training over 400 personnel as new Special Weapons and Tactics Unit (SWAT) at the Police Mobile College in Eggon, Nasarawa State. SWAT will replace the dissolved Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigerian Police Force. The Minister of Police […]

Trump claims victory ahead of the election results

See Ten most read topics in the news U.S. President Donald Trump has claimed victory in Tuesday’s presidential election with millions of votes yet to be counted. Trump said: “We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election.” He also took to Twitter to further declare his fake election victory. […]

Why poor people are getting poorer in the U.S.

See Ten most read topics in the news Wealthier Americans are earning and saving at record levels while the poor ones struggle to pay their bills and put food on the table. This is largely due to President Donald Trump’s policies which favor wealthy people as opposed to the poor ones. The path toward economic […]

Charges against police officers who killed Floyd upgraded

See Ten most read topics in the news Initially, the officer who intentionally killed George Floyd was charged with third-degree murder. This applies if someone was mistakenly killed. After about 10 days of protest in the U.S, the charge has now been upgraded to second-degree murder. This applies if someone was intentionally killed. Derek Chauvin, […]

Why Trump is mad at Twitter

See Ten most read topics in the news In an attempt to remove fake news from it’s social media, Twitter fact-checked President Tump’s tweet . Trump got annoyed and responded by tweeting that “Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive […]

Why Twitter decided to fact-check Trump’s tweets

See Ten most read topics in the news President Donald Trump’s critics have long called on Twitter to take action against his use of the platform. Of the 18,000-plus false or misleading claims Trump has made as president, more than 3,300 of them were made in tweets, according to The Washington Post. Recently, Trump falsely […]

Nancy Pelosi says Trump is morbidly obese

See Ten most read topics in the news After news broke out that President Donald Trump is taking hydroxychloroquine in an attempt to ward off the coronavirus, CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi what she made of that decision. Pelosi replied that Trump should not take hydroxychloroquine because he is morbidly obese. In […]

Obama excoriated the Justice Department’s decision

See Ten most read topics in the news During a private call with the Obama Alumni Association, former President Barack Obama condemned the Justice Department over its decision to drop its case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn. According to Obama: “There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been […]


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