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Showing posts from September 10, 2017

Apple suffers 'major iPhone X leak'

Details of new iPhones and other forthcoming Apple devices have been revealed via an apparent leak.
Two news sites were given access to an as-yet-unreleased version of the iOS operation system.

Read Anita Erskine's conversation with Afia Schwarzenegger!!

There's been a lot of talk about the alleged affair of Comedienne and Television Personality Afia Schwarzenegger, after a video reportedly filmed by her husband, showing her caught pants down sleeping with another man, found its way onto social media.

Pregnant woman set on fire by boyfriend delivers baby prematurely

A man, who did not want to be a dad, doused his pregnant girlfriend in flammable liquid and set her on fire, forcing her to deliver her baby seven weeks premature.

(Photos): Kim Jong-un throws a huge party for the scientists behind North Korea's latest nuclear bomb test

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently hosted a massive celebration to congratulate his nuclear scientists and technicians behind the country's sixth and largest nuclear test.

Mexico earthquake: Death toll rises to 90

At least 90 people have died in Thursday's 8.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico, officials have confirmed. 
A government spokesman said 71 people had been killed in the south-west state of Oaxaca alone.

Obama crashes school lesson, leaving high-school students absolutely speechless

A class of high school students were left completely speechless after former president Barack Obama crashed their classroom on the first day back at school. 
McKinley Tech students, in Washington DC, were still settling into their new classes on Friday when Obama casually walked in, leaving them pleasantly surprised.

Annie~Joy writes: A Letter To The First Year Student. #BeInspired!

Hello My Honourable first year student, I welcome you to this your new education level. I want to say congratulations to you because many applied for institution you have been admitted in. Therefore this is to say; it is a privilege to be in the institution you find yourself in. Know that everyone in the university is termed to be matured  and grown to distinguish probably between the good and the odd.

Giant portrait of toddler appears over US-Mexico border wall

The photo of a giant toddler stands in Mexico and peers over a wall dividing the country from the United States. The child appeared on the wall after Trump said he would end DACA which has allowed young immigrants who were brought to the US without documents as children to remain in the country.

Accra Mall Supports Social Media Week

Accra Mall, the city’s most visited shopping centre is set to host and support Social Media Week (SMWi), an independently under Social Media Week (SMW) Global to discuss how social media and technology are changing businesses, society and culture around the globe.

Kanye West & JAY-Z reportedly planning Face-to-Face meeting

TMZ is reporting that Kanye West has asked to meet with JAY-Z to settle the feud between both of them.
The feud was ignited last year after Kanye went on stage to call out JAY-Z, Beyonce, and their daughter Blue Ivy.

World champion female bodybuilder is burned alive with four other competitors in Argentina horror crash (Video)

A world champion bodybuilder was burned alive in her car after a horror smash with a lorry that killed four other competitors in Argentina.
Alejandra Rubio, a three-time champion was heading to a tournament in northern Argentina with four of her competitors when she crashed into a lorry on Thursday. 

US Open 2017: Sloane Stephens beats Madison Keys to win title

Unseeded Sloane Stephens completed a spectacular return from injury by beating fellow American Madison Keys to win the US Open at Flushing Meadows.
Stephens, ranked 83rd, beat 15th seed Keys 6-3 6-0 in the final.