Mexico earthquake kills over 200

20th September 2017 emmy hikins 0

  Over 20 children has been reported dead in an Earthquake in a Mexican City, the school collapsed during a 7.1 magnitude earthquake during launch time yesterday. More than 30 children are still unaccounted for […]

Puerto Rican braze up for Mária

20th September 2017 emmy hikins 0

Puerto Ricans are brazing up for Maria, a hurricane said feared to be a category 5 storm with reaching speeds of up 160 mph.         According to the National Hurricane centre Hurricane […]

The beginning of Chelsea woes

31st August 2017 emmy hikins 0

  The defending champions showed incredible resilience to score 2 goals in a bid to make up for a series of bookable offences that saw 2 of its players seeing red Chelsea’s woes started 16 […]

Swansea v Burnley (highlights)

8th March 2017 emmy hikins 0

  The match between Swansea city and Burnley FC at the Liberty stadium on Saturday the 4th of March 2017 almost got Swansea football club hard done. The referee wrongly awarded a penalty to Burnley […]

Liverpool v Arsenal (highlights)

8th March 2017 emmy hikins 0

The match between Liverpool and Arsenal at the weekend was one centred around the rumoured sour relationship Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal FC and his manager Arsene Wenger. The Arsenal manager was widely criticised for not […]

Common Purpose Communist Corruption

5th March 2017 Simon Robertson 1

  The planned destruction of The UK’s Public sector and infrastructure: Common Purpose Communist Corruption: Part 1. What is Common Purpose? On the surface, Common Purpose is an educational charity which does leadership and networking […]

Anti-corruption referendum sparks protests

14th February 2017 emmy hikins 0

Romania alongside with Bulgaria became an EU member state since 2007. Romania has since been embroiled in protests over Bucharest decision to ease the anti-corruption in the country’s government. The European Union describes the corrupt […]

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