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Why and how U.S. killed Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani

According to The New York Times, due to Iranian-backed aggression in Iraq, Pentagon officials presented President Donald Trump with the option of killing a top Iranian commander, thinking he wouldn’t actually do it. According to The Times who cited Pentagon and Trump administration officials, Trump initially rejected the option of assassinating Soleimani on December 28,

Ten most read topics in the news

The world is nothing without events. Different activities and incidents occur on daily basis. Let’s have a look at ten of our ‘most read topics’ in the news. These topics are arranged alphabetically for your convenience. QUICK NEWS – Summary of latest world news. 1. Celebrities news: This can be seen in Celebrities Archive as

U.S. Congressman urged people to kill Muslim radicals

Due to the latest terror attacks in London which claimed 7 lives and left about 50 people seriously wounded, Clay Higgins, a Republican congressman from Louisiana has urged people to hunt and kill all the Muslim radicals. He wants them killed as long as they are SUSPECTED to be radicalized Muslims. This is exactly what

The full text of Trump executive orders

Most people have heard that president Donald Trump has issued executive orders but they don’t really know the details of the executive orders in question. Prominent among the exec orders recently signed by Trump are the ones relating to border security and immigration (including refugees). Below is the full text of the two executive orders:

Nigerian Air Force mistakenly bombed refugee camp

It was a sad day in Nigeria as the fight against the Islamist group, Boko Haram, backfired against the Nigerian Government. Nigerian Air Force fighter jet mistakenly bombed refugee camp in Borno state, killing more than 50 displaced refugees and wounding many others among whom are some aid workers. The Red Cross has said that

21 of the 276 abducted Chibok girls released

The Nigerian Government has succeeded in releasing 21 girls out of the 276 schoolgirls that were abducted by Boko Haram about 2 years ago. After releasing the names of the girls, the Nigerian government said it did not swap the 21 released Chibok schoolgirls for Boko Haram prisoners as previously thought by many. This was

The first country to ban Islam

Due to the incessant terrorist activities perpetrated by Islamists to the detriment of peace among mankind in general and Angola in particular, Angola became the first country to ban Islam when it declared Islam illegal and shuts down all mosques across the country on 25 November 2013. In Angola, clashes between Christians and Muslim people

Why Boko Haram really wants to surrender

Islamic extremist militants Boko Haram, who have killed almost 3,000 people in Nigeria, now wants a deal with the government to release the remaining kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls in return for escaping execution. Amir Muhammad Abdullahi, who is reportedly Boko Haram’s second in command said: “We want to surrender because things are getting worse,” He said

Boko Haram leader surrenders

Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shakau Ask Members To Surrender in New Video Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shakau, has appeared in a new video, urging Boko Haram members to surrender. The video is presently being examined by Nigerian military. This shows that Nigerian President, Buhari, did not fail in his promise to eliminate Boko Haram, should

U.S. Air Strike killed 150 terrorists in Somalia

U.S. Air Strike in Somalia Kills 150 in Terror Training Camp U.S. airstrikes bombarded an al-Shabab training camp in Somalia Saturday, killing more than 150 militant fighters who were preparing to launch a large-scale attack, likely against African or U.S. personnel, the Pentagon said Monday. Multiple drones and manned aircraft launched missiles and bombs on

76 starving Boko Haram terrorists surrender

The Nigerian military has said that 76 starving Boko Haram terrorists who have seriously emaciated due to lack of food have surrendered to Nigerian soldiers in the north-east of the country. This is a proof that the war waged by the Nigerian soldiers on Boko Haram is really having a serious toll on the terrorist group.

Twitter suspends 125,000 ISIS-related accounts

Twitter has revealed that it suspended at least 125,000 ISIS-related accounts –¬†Twitter has revealed that it suspended at least 125,000 ISIS-related accounts in what it termed operation “Combating Violent Extremism”. According to Twitter:“Like most people around the world, we are horrified by the atrocities perpetrated by extremist groups. We condemn the use of Twitter to

Anonymous versus ISIS

The anonymous hacktivist has threatened to launch massive cyber attacks against ISIS terror group. ISIS, who could not identify anonymous ended up calling them idiots. The comments came through one of IS’s official channels on the messaging app Telegram, which was the first platform to publish statements from the group claiming responsibility for last week’s

Boko Haram logistics base destroyed

The Nigerian Air Force claims its Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle (UAV) has destroyed a logistics base used by members of the Boko Haram terrorist group. This comes as the Nigerian government has been widely criticized for not fulfilling it’s promise in eradicating the Islamic Terrorist group as promised before the 2015 presidential election which brought

Boko Haram kingpin arrested

The vigilante group in Nigeria is supporting the Nigerian military in the fight against Boko Haram insurgency. Men of the vigilante (Civilian Joint Task Force, JTF) have arrested a Boko Haram kingpin, Jarasu Shira in Damboa, Borno state. Shira, who was reportedly on his way to Lagos was arrested this morning at about 8.30am at