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Hospitals are forcing women to give birth alone

See Ten most read topics in the news As COVID-19 continues to spread in the U.S, Mount Sinai Health System which operates eight hospitals in New York City and Long Island began banning visitors to its maternity and postpartum units in a bid to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus. Although the birth of […]

56 killed in stampede at Soleimani funeral

See Ten most read topics in the news How well organized are the Iranians? This is strange but true. According to Iranian State TV, after President Trump assassinated the Revolutionary Guard General Qassem Soleimani , over a million Iranians flocked to his funeral procession and a stampede erupted, which led to the death of 56 […]

British family stranded abroad needs help

See Ten most read topics in the news A British family got stranded abroad after they accidentally left their passports on a plane. The family of 5 flew to Geneva on a skiing holiday with EasyJet airline. The 29-yr-old Victoria Walker said her daughter had put the passports in the seat in front of them. […]

Girl Kidnapped by 4 Men in N.Y.C. is found alive

See Ten most read topics in the news According to police, the 16-yr-old Karol Sanchez who was kidnapped by 4 men a few days ago has been found alive. NYPD 40th Precinct twitted saying: “Karol Sanchez has been located in the Bronx, she is safe and unharmed. Great work by the @NYPDnews and all of […]

U.S. Federal Debt increased by $1.3 Trillion

See Ten most read topics in the news The U.S. is said to have the world’s highest number of billionaires with total wealth of $3 trillion. The economy of the United States is still the world’s largest economy by nominal GDP and net wealth. The U.S. dollar is the currency mostly used in international transactions. […]

4 ways to spot and avoid working with broken people

See Ten most read topics in the news 1. Try to know about their reputations – Before employing anybody, you will definitely try to know as much as possible about him or her. Check out their LinkedIn profile and read the recommendations of others carefully. If there aren’t any, that’s also a big warning sign. […]

Compact with Africa conference held in Berlin

See Ten most read topics in the news It seems Germany is trying to make good the infamous 1884 Berlin Conference that was aimed at deviding Africa among the colonial masters. German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched the G20 Compact with Africa (CwA) in 2017 during Germany’s G20 presidency with a promise to generate additional private […]

How ISIS leader got eliminated by U.S army

See Ten most read topics in the news Based on credible information, a raid on Baghdadi’s hide-out was conducted by the US military in close coordination with American intelligence and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces. President Donald Trump has announced the death of the world’s most wanted man, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who is the leader […]

Trump supporter displays racist act

See Ten most read topics in the news Another racist rant by a white woman at a grocery store was caught on video. In the video, the woman is seen telling Johanny Santana, a black color Puerto Rican woman, in Abington Township that she should be deported back to her own country. Santana recorded the […]

Online users fire back at Trump for not paying taxes

See Ten most read topics in the news According to the New York Times, which said it obtained printouts from Trump’s official Internal Revenue Service tax transcripts, U.S. President Donald Trump’s businesses lost a total of more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994. Trump lost so much money that he was able to avoid […]

Davido forced to declare support for Banky W

See Ten most read topics in the news As Nigerians prepare to vote on Saturday, Nigerian musician, Davido, whose music video became the first Nigerian music video to get 100 million views on YouTube, has been forced by his fans to declare open support for a fellow musician, Olubankole Wellington, popularly known as Banky W, […]

Saudi woman says women are still treated badly in Saudi Arabia

See Ten most read topics in the news If you think that women are now being treated fairly in Saudi Arabia , better think twice. 18-yr-old Saudi woman, identified as Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, who has been held at Bangkok airport, told Human Rights Watch that she would be killed at home if she was repatriated […]

Who is the official global policeman

See Ten most read topics in the news In a surprise visit to U.S troops in Iraq, President Donald Trump announced that he was ending U.S role as the world’s policeman. This issue is being discussed all over the media as The United States was never officially appointed to be a global policeman. In fact, […]

The threat posed by Deepfake videos

See Ten most read topics in the news What is Deepfake? The definition of the word “deepfake” may not be found in the dictionary. It is a super photoshop synthesis technique which is used to combine and superimpose existing images and videos onto other images or videos, making them look real. (image photoshop and video […]

Queen Elizabeth names her successor

See Ten most read topics in the news In what is now being referred to as “The End of an Era”, Queen Elizabeth who is now 92 years old, has named her successor and it is her son, Prince Charles. The queen who sincerely hopes that Prince Charles will carry on her legacy, issued a […]

The travesty of religion among religious fanatics

See Ten most read topics in the news This is the travesty of religion among religious fanatics written by Ebony – In recent times, there have been lots of killings in the name of religion. In strict Muslim countries, women can be killed in the name of “honor killing”. If not ignorance, how can a human […]

Iran accuses West of using lizards to spy on nuclear program

See Ten most read topics in the news According to Agence France-Presse, Hassan Firuzabadi, who is Iranian official has accused the western countries of secretly using lizards to spy on their nuclear program. Firuzabadi was formerly chief of staff of the Iranian Army and now serves as a military adviser to the supreme leader Ayatollah […]

China police are now using smart glasses which recognise criminals

See Ten most read topics in the news China which is the world leader in facial recognition technology has now equipped it’s police with dark hi-tech smart sunglasses that are capable of facial recognition. This enables the police to identify or pick out suspects in a crowd. The new smart glasses have reportedly already led […]

Why Pope Francis says fake news is evil

See Ten most read topics in the news Pope Francis has described ‘fake news’ as evil and he urges journalists to search for the truth in whatever they are reporting before making it known to the general public. This comes barely a week after U.S President Donald Trump issued a ‘Fake News Award‘. The Pope […]

YouTuber under fire for mocking a dead man on video

See Ten most read topics in the news Logan Paul, an American YouTuber from Ohio, who has more than 15 million subscribers on YouTube has prompted a lot of criticism in Japan and on social media worldwide, after he posted a video which showed the body of a suicide victim in Japan. In the video […]

40,000 African migrants given 90 days to leave Israel

See Ten most read topics in the news Israel has given about 40,000 Africans just 90 days to leave the country or face imprisonment. Most of the Africans living in Israel are from Eritrea and Sudan. Some of them are also from Uganda and Rwanda. Those ready to leave willingly would be awarded $3,500 in […]

Prisoner exchange between Ukraine and Pro-Russian

See Ten most read topics in the news Multiple Russian news outlets report that Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists have begun prisoner exchange in eastern Ukraine. This prisoner swap is seen as a key part of implementing the Minsk agreements which is a framework for peace that is intended to bring about a ceasefire between Ukraine […]

A quick look at Pope Francis Christmas message

See Ten most read topics in the news On Christmas day, Pope Francis sought peace for Jerusalem and for all the Holy Land. As tens of thousands of worshippers gathered at the Vatican to hear the pontiff’s fifth “Urbi et Orbi” (To the City and The World) message which was delivered hours after a Christmas […]

American woman brutally murdered in Jamaica

See Ten most read topics in the news An American woman identified as Desiree Gibbon, 26, from Queens, New York City, was brutally murdered while visiting her family in Jamaica. She was found dead on Saturday. She was found with her throat cut in the Parish of Saint James. The residents decided to alert the […]

South African woman wins Miss Universe 2017

See Ten most read topics in the news Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, 22 years old from South Africa was crowned Miss Universe 2017. Colombia took the second position while the third position went to Jamaica. Nel-Peters was crowned by the current Miss Universe, Iris Mittenaere from France. Almost 100 beautiful women from across the globe took part […]

Trump to end temporary permits for 60,000 Haitians

See Ten most read topics in the news After a powerful earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010, the then U.S. President, Barack Obama, granted 18 months Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians in America who would otherwise have to go home. Under the TPS, the Haitians were allowed to stay and work in the U.S. […]

A brief description of RT television network

See Ten most read topics in the news RT which was formerly known as Russia Today, is a Russian international television network which is funded by the Russian government. It operates cable and satellite television channels directed to audiences outside of Russia. It also provides Internet content in various languages such as Russian, English and […]

Why Austria bans wearing burqa veil in public

See Ten most read topics in the news Due to what can be described as disturbance of peace by Muslim radicals all over the world, governments are taking steps in tightening securities in their countries. Over a week ago Austria decided to ban the wearing of “burqa veil” in public. However, the ban has been […]

Why Andy Cohen was chosen to replace Kathy Griffin at CNN

See Ten most read topics in the news Due to the fact that Kathy Griffin was fired by CNN for posing with Trump’s bloody mask, Andy Cohen who is best known as host and EP of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, will now co-host CNN’s New Year’s Eve celebration with Anderson Cooper. On Sunday, December […]

Hillary Clinton finally opens up about Bill’s affair

See Ten most read topics in the news Hillary Clinton, the ex-presidential candidate who lost to President Donald Trump during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, has finally opened up about her husband, Bill Clinton’s affair. She revealed in her new memoir that it was not a good thing for her husband to have cheated on […]

Indian man’s parents fly to Florida to beat son’s wife

See Ten most read topics in the news According to police, Indian man’s parents flew from India to Florida to beat son’s wife for being ‘disobedient. Florida police had to rescue the woman who was seriously beaten by her husband and his parents who traveled from India to help assist him with the assault. Fox […]

10-yr-old rape victim’s baby put up for adoption

See Ten most read topics in the news After a 10-year-old girl in India complained to her parents that she was experiencing stomach pains, it was later discovered that she was pregnant. It then came out that she was raped by her uncle for several months and she was initially scared to tell her parents […]

Why white supremacist cried on camera

See Ten most read topics in the news Chris Cantwell, a white supremacist who helped organise the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, which led to the death of one woman and twenty others injured, appeared on camera crying while describing his fear of arrest. Meanwhile, Cantwell is a racist who previously claimed he and […]

Lottery winner to her employer: Goodbye

See Ten most read topics in the news The powerball winner, Mavis Wanczyk, 53, said she was at work at the Chicopee Medical Center when she learned of her newfound fortune. She told reporters during a press conference that: “It’s just a pipe dream I’ve always had.” “It’s just a chance I had to take.” […]

Airline forced a man to sit in someone else’s pee

See Ten most read topics in the news British Airways forced a man to sit in someone else’s pee for 11-hour flight. – The Sun reported that Andrew Wilkinson, 39, who is a British man boarded a British Airways plane in Heathrow to visit his parents in Cape Town, South Africa. As he sat on […]

The faster, cheaper and safer way to transfer money

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Vladimir Putin is the richest man in the world

See Ten most read topics in the news Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is reportedly richer than Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos combined and that makes him the richest man in the world. Gates and Bezos, the CEO of Amazon are known to be the richest people in the world and they both have an estimated […]

Why most people no longer go for food stamps

See Ten most read topics in the news In the United States, there is the habit of low-income earners and non-workers collecting food stamp which enables them to purchase food items. The Food Stamp Program now known as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a federal aid program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. […]

Racist woman in Canada caught on camera

See Ten most read topics in the news A wheelchair-bound racist Woman in Canada quoted a non-existing law to support her racism attitude. The woman was caught on camera verbally abusing employees at a Chinese specialty store in Canada. She was yelling at the Chinese workers asking them to “go back to China” because they […]

Why did Trump back out of Paris agreement

See Ten most read topics in the news After President Trump backed out of a global agreement that was meant to tackle climate change, other 193 countries that joined in signing the agreement felt disappointed by Trump. The agreement was originally signed in 2015 by 194 countries including the United States. Although various companies and […]

Trump pushed Montenegro PM away just to be at the front

See Ten most read topics in the news What a shameful thing. Some call it scandal as U.S President Donald Trump was caught on camera pushing Montenegro Prime Minister, Dusko Markovic. While attending the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday ‎25-‎May-‎2017, Trump intentionally pushed PM Markovic away in order for him (Trump) to be at […]

Why did the Pope slap away President Trump’s hand

See Ten most read topics in the news There is a video which is being circulated on the internet, claiming that the Pope slaps away President Trump’s hand as Trump tried to hold hands with him. Melania Trump actually refused to hold hands with President Trump on some occasions but the hands-holding-refusal incident between the […]

African wildlife killer gets eaten by wild animal

See Ten most read topics in the news Scott Van Zyl who is well known for making his living by taking wealthy clients to “safaris” in order to bring home trophies like leopards, zebras, elephants, wildebeests, lions, etc. It is believed that he has been killed by the wild animals also. Van Zyl was reportedly […]

United Airlines apologize to passenger forcefully deplaned

See Ten most read topics in the news Dr. David Dao, a 69-year-old physician from Elizabethtown, Kentucky, who was removed by police from the United Express flight at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport after refusing to give up his seat on the full plane to make room for four airline employees, reportedly lost two teeth and broke […]

Woman charged over Facebook slur against president Museveni

See Ten most read topics in the news The Ugandan academic, Stella Nyanzi, has been charged for referring to President Yoweri Museveni as “a pair of buttocks” in her Facebook post. The Facebook comment allegedly contravened the 2011 Computer Misuse Act which is punishable in Uganda. Stella is also accused of engaging in offensive communication […]

Warplanes strike Syrian town hit by chemical attack

See Ten most read topics in the news Warplanes pounded the Syrian town where a chemical attack had killed many people earlier this week, prompting president Donald Trump to order a strike on the military air base in Syria. To this end, Turkey has warned that another retaliatory U.S. missile strike on a Syrian air […]

Syrian government killing its citizens with chemical weapons

See Ten most read topics in the news According to U.S. officials, a radar spotted a Syrian military fixed-wing aircraft dropping chemical weapons bombs some days ago and that airstrike appeared to intentionally seek out an underground hospital which is being operated by the rebel group. The government in Syria has been accused for the […]

Mudslide kills more than 250 people in Colombia

See Ten most read topics in the news A Mudslide which resulted from heavy rainfall in Colombia has claimed the lives of over 250 people and hundreds are still missing. The landslide which took place in the southwestern border province of Putumayo was said to have sent debris and mud crashing into houses overnight. The […]

Iran imposes sanctions on 15 American companies

See Ten most read topics in the news When president Donald Trump issued executive order banning Iran and other 6 Muslims countries from travelling to the U.S, Iran immediately threatened to retaliate against the U.S. Although the travelling ban was later blocked by a federal judge. Iran has imposed sanctions on 15 American companies over […]

Rare cancer from breast implants has killed 9 women

See Ten most read topics in the news Food and Drug Administration has announced that the deaths of nine women have been linked to rare cancer from breast implants. The so-called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) is not a form of breast cancer, but it grows in the breast in implant patients. This includes women […]