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Nigerian Authorities: The Ambazonian Leaders Were Arrested Because they use Nigeria as a training Camp for Terrorists

The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) explains that the secessionist leaders; Sisiku Ayuk Julius and Co, violated the Nigerian laws by creating training camps in Nigeria without authorization. In an article published by Nigerian Newspaper; The Vanguard, on January 17, 2018, it is revealed that the Newspaper editors approached the Nigerian Police Force (NFP) to better understand the situation of English-speaking separatists arrested in early January 2018 in Nigeria, and this is what they gathered: The Government of Nigeria can not house the secessionists of a neighboring country like Cameroon at…

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*Elie Smith caught up with Patrice Nganang and had the following interview

Sir, it is a great pleasure having this exchange with you. Please, could you tell us your state of mind since you were expelled from Cameroon? Patrice Nganang: I am quite fine, thank you. Maybe because I am convinced the regime has opened its last chapter, I have a peace of mind, and am prepared to return to Cameroon under the best conditions, conditions of freedom. I think the Cameroonian people, both Anglophone and Francophone, have reached a level of dissatisfaction that makes it impossible to support the Biya regime…

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Martin Luther King Day 2018: Nine quotes from the civil rights leader that still resonate today

More than three decades have passed since Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday became a national holiday across America. But it took decades of campaigning for King’s civil rights legacy to be immortalised as a paid public holiday. In 1968, Congress was presented with a petition signed by more than 3 million people supporting demands for a holiday. Initially President Reagan resisted plans to make King’s birthday a public holiday, arguing it would lead to other groups and leaders to seek similar concessions. Republicans also claimed they were concerned King had…

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Pope Francis met with protests, passion and skepticism in Chile

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Pope Francis flew in to Chile’s capital Monday night for a visit expected to be met with protests over sexual abuse by priests and confronted by many Chileans deeply skeptical about the Roman Catholic Church. It’s the pope’s first visit to the Andean nation of 17 million people since taking the reins of the church in 2013. It comes at a time when many Chileans are furious over Francis’ 2015 decision to appoint a bishop close to the Rev. Fernando Karadima, who the Vatican found guilty…

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Georgia senator says Trump ‘did not use that word’ (SHITHOLE)

A senator who attended the closed-door meeting during which the president reportedly insulted Haiti and various African nations with an expletive now says Trump never said the word. Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., who supports Trump’s immigration policies, had previously claimed that he did not recall whether or not Trump used this incendiary language. But on ABC News’ “This Week,” he repeatedly said that the meeting had been grossly and totally misrepresented in the press. The show’s host, George Stephanopoulos, pointed out that Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.,…

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Indonesian Stock Exchange building

Injured people are treated outside the Indonesian Stock Exchange building following reports of a collapsed structure inside the building in Jakarta Injured people are treated outside the Indonesian Stock Exchange building following reports of a collapsed structure inside the building in Jakarta, Indonesia January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside JAKARTA (Reuters) – A mezzanine floor overlooking the main lobby of the Indonesian Stock Exchange building collapsed on Monday, injuring scores of people, many of them students, under slabs of concrete and other debris. The high-rise building, constructed in the late 1990s,…

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