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Trump set to sack Obama’s men

Ahead of his inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump has sacked some of the of U.S. government officials appointed by President Barack Obama. The purge is in a bid to wipe the slate clean, Sydney Morning Herald reports.   Scores of presidential …

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It’s not a crime to be fat -Ronaldo

Former Real Madrid star and Brazil legend, Ronaldo has responded to Michael Owen’s fat jibe. With an angry undertone,in  Ronaldo’s tweet, he said: “I am shocked as to how much importance my weight garners in the world we live in. …

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Russia has compromising information on Trump, says report

  Washington – U.S. President-elect Donald Trump was presented last week with classified documents containing allegations that Russian operatives claimed to have compromising information on him, U.S. news reports, said on Tuesday. A synopsis of the allegations was attached to …

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Ignore claims about President Mahama’s residence

Contrary to the claims being made that HE John Dramani Mahama, former President of the Republic of Ghana, has refused to vacate his residence, we wish to state and confirm that per the information officially communicated to the newly inaugurated …

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Ivory Coast: Shooting spreads to Abidjan

The mutiny by soldiers in Ivory Coast demanding wage increases and bonuses has spread to Abidjan, the commercial capital.. The shooting started in the second largest city of Boauke and Korhogo this morning, “Shooting has started in our camp too …

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U.S. Intelligence Official Insists Russia Hacked Election

A top U.S. intelligence official told the Congress on Thursday he was “even more resolute” in his belief that Russia staged cyber attacks on Democrats in the 2016 election campaign, despite skepticism from Republican President-elect Donald Trump about findings on …

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