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{UAH} How Black Lives Don't Matter in Israel

How Black Lives Don't Matter in Israel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10pSFUJ4RA&feature=youtu.be

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{UAH} The Debate - Anti-African Racism in Israel (May 4th)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAIAp-CgD1Q

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{UAH} Video:Racist Israelis Protest Against African Refugees! Niggers Go Home

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY7UPQ_xMP0

Watch it before they remove it today

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{UAH} Video:Israel's New Racism: The Persecution of African Migrants in the Holy Land:

Israel's New Racism: The Persecution of African Migrants in the Holy Land: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPxv4Aff3IA

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Allaah gives the best to those who leave the choice to Him."And if Allah touches you with harm, none can remove it but He, and if He touches you with good, then He is Able to do all things." (6:17)

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{UAH} Pope Appeals for Freedom for 6 Nuns Abducted in Nigeria

Pope Appeals for Freedom for 6 Nuns Abducted in Nigeria

December 17, 2017 8:25 AM
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Pope Francis gestures during the Angelus noon prayer in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Dec. 17, 2017.
Pope Francis gestures during the Angelus noon prayer in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Dec. 17, 2017.

Pope Francis is appealing for the liberation of six nuns who were kidnapped a month ago from their convent in Nigeria.

Francis made the appeal Sunday while addressing faithful in St. Peter's Square. He prayed that the nuns and "all the other persons who find themselves in this painful condition" be free in time to return home for Christmas. He then led the tourists and pilgrims in the square in prayer of the nuns.

He said he was joining in an appeal made by Nigeria's bishops for the six Sisters of the Eucharistic Heart of Christ, whom he said were kidnapped about a month ago from Iguoriakhi, Nigeria.


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{UAH} Museveni in state visit for talks with Uhuru

Museveni in state visit for talks with Uhuru

President Yoweri Museveni arrives ta Kasarani stadium on November 28,2017.Photo PSCU
President Yoweri Museveni arrives ta Kasarani stadium on November 28,2017.Photo PSCU
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will make a state visit to Kenya this week.
He will be in the county on Wednesday and Thursday for bilateral talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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Museveni is the first leader to visit Kenya after Uhuru was sworn in for the second and final term in office on November 28 in Kasarani Stadium.
He attended Uhuru's inauguration, and when he was asked to address the gathering on behalf of African leaders, he told Kenyans to move on and develop the country.
"You can't eat politics," he said in Kasarani.
Uganda is Kenya's largest trade partner in the region and according to sources, business issues will feature prominently during the visit.
"President Kenyatta is looking to build on the already strong relationship between the two countries. Issues like Uganda picking its cargo from Nairobi's new Internal Container Depot after arrival via the SGR will take a centre stage," a source familiar with the plans of the visit said.
On Saturday, Uhuru launched the ultra-modern Inland Container Depot in Embakasi and offered 50 per cent discount to exporters who will use the facility. The facility was upgraded at a cost of Sh22 billion.
He said to support exporters, Kenya will offer 50 per cent discount for transporting goods from the Nairobi Inland Container Depot and the Port of Mombasa.
Data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics shows Kenya's exports to Uganda declined by 20 per cent in the first 10 months of 2016. The Leading Economic Indicators report has raised fears that the country is losing its grip on its biggest market for locally produced products.
In 2015, Kenya's exports to Uganda were valued at Sh68.6 billion, up from Sh60.7 billion in 2014.
And while Kenya's total exports between January and October 2015 were worth Sh52.2 billion, this dropped in the 10 months to October last year to Sh41.8 billion.
The decline was an indicator of the changing face of trade relations between Kenya and Uganda. 
In August this year, Kenya declared to boost regional trade by improving efficiency and clearance of cargo and passengers on the Northern Corridor by opening a one-stop-border-post with Uganda at the Suam Crossing in Northwest Kenya.
The upgrading of the Suam border post is coming slightly over one year after that of Busia and Malaba.
The Suam border is a major entry and exit point between Kenya and Uganda.
The issue of 5,000 Kenyans who fled to Uganda for fear of violence during the repeat presidential election is also expected to be discussed during the visit.
The Busia Uganda District police commander Ezra Tugume said the fleeing Kenyans have sought refuge in Sofia and Marachi villages.
There have also been security issues involving Ugandan forces and Kenyans in Turkana, Migingo and Busia.

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{UAH} The Queen's 6 Properties Around the UK

The Queen's 6 Properties Around the UK


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{UAH} Ex-wife of slain NBA player Lorenzen Wright charged in connection with his death

Ex-wife of slain NBA player Lorenzen Wright charged in connection with his death

 Jason Owens,Ball Don't Lie Sat, Dec 16 1:08 AM EST 

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{UAH} Police release cause of death of Barry and Honey Sherman

Police release cause of death of Barry and Honey Sherman

 The Canadian Press 13 minutes ago 

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{UAH} NRM MPS WILL THEY VOTE FOR REMOVAL OF AGE LIMIT AFTER MILLIONS OF MONEY GIVEN TO THEM.

The NRM  Mps It has to UGANDANS attention that they were given money to accept and pass the bill and also asked M7 to declare them to be MPs for life. 

So its a deal they support M7 and he supports them. 

However UGANDANS are aware of their antiques ...UGANDANS are aware of the filthy acts between NRM MPS and M7 we shall not let them take uga da as they wish. 

They went to parliament to work but not to be M7 for money to pass bills as M7 wishes  irrespective of what UGANDANS want

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{UAH} British woman found strangled to death by side of the road in Lebanon

British woman found strangled to death by side of the road in Lebanon

Britain's Foreign Office in London confirmed the death of the diplomat. Friends said she was flying home for Christmas that day.

The Lebanese flag flies on top of the Government House in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, June 28, 2016.Hassan Ammar / AP

BEIRUT — A British diplomat was found strangled by the side of the road east of the Lebanese capital Beirut and authorities are investigating whether she was also sexually assaulted, Lebanese officials said Sunday.

Britain's Foreign Office in London confirmed the death of the diplomat, named by British media and her friends as Rebecca Dykes. It said it was providing support to the family and declined to provide further details. A spokesperson at the embassy in Beirut also confirmed the death but didn't name the diplomat.

In a statement released by the Foreign Office, the family requested that the media respect their privacy "at this very difficult time."

"We are devastated by the loss of our beloved Rebecca. We are doing all we can to understand what happened," her family said.

Friends said she was flying home for Christmas that day.

A Lebanese security official confirmed that the body of a woman was found by the side of a road east of Beirut early Saturday and that she was later identified as a staffer at the British embassy in Lebanon.

A forensic official told The Associated Press authorities are investigating the exact cause of the woman's death, and whether she was sexually assaulted. He said the woman, believed to be 30-years old, had been strangled with a rope.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to reporters.

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{UAH} ANC decides2017: Dlamini Zuma chooses lunch with diplomats over lobbying – and Mabuza chooses NDZ

ANC decides2017: Dlamini Zuma chooses lunch with diplomats over lobbying – and Mabuza chooses NDZ

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Photo: Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma at the gala dinner on Friday night: Photo: Daily Maverick

ANC presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma had lunch with a handful of mainly female diplomats and three of her daughters while provincial leaders addressed her supporters outside the Nasrec Expo Centre. By CARIEN DU PLESSIS.

Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma was sitting alone at a table in deep conversation with North Korean ambassador to South Africa, Yong Man-ho, when a group of five female ambassadors and diplomats from Scandinavia and Europe were ushered into the room to join her for lunch.

Dlamini Zuma gave them a warm reception, but made it clear that she wasn't prepared to engage too deeply on issues. "She kept a straight face, so we didn't ask her about those issues," one of the diplomats said when asked if Dlamini Zuma expressed her view on issues such as the economy.

"I was surprised that she was there having lunch with us, and not lobbying among the delegates," she said.

An ambassador who was at the lunch said: "We mainly talked about gender issues and the [United Nation's] 'He for She' campaign."

Dlamini Zuma is not known for her friendliness towards Western diplomats, and while she was African Union Commission chairperson, summits were largely closed to Western diplomats to prevent them lobbying heads of state while the heads of state should be in meetings.

Some diplomats at the time grudgingly admitted that they understood the rationale for this, and had sympathy with this rule, even though it made their work more difficult.

Just before the official opening plenary of conference, which was scheduled for 09:00 but which was rescheduled to 14:00 and eventually got under way at 15:30, branch delegates from provinces which support Dlamini Zuma had a caucus rally.

Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza, who has kept the country guessing about his allegiance and who has been advocating unity, announced his support for Dlamini Zuma at this rally.

Free State Premier Ace Magashule and North West Premier Ace Magashule also attended the meeting. The three were part of the original "Premier League" pushing for Dlamini Zuma, but a few months ago Mabuza became less outspoken in his support for her, which raised doubts about his support for the league.

Mpumalanga's support is a boost for the Dlamini Zuma camp after an estimated 100 to 200 of its delegates were disqualified from voting due to three court rulings against them on Friday.

As the plenary opened it was hard to say which camp had the most support, as the singing from both the Dlamini Zuma sides and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's supporters was roughly of equal volume. DM

Photo: Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma at the gala dinner on Friday night: Photo: Daily Maverick


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