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 […]

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 […]

No radiation risk says France

9th February 2017 emmy hikins 0

France has issued a statement denying any risk of explosion following an explosion at a Nuclear Plant in Flamanville in France.     The company managing the site, EDF energy said the explosion was caused […]

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