Throughout the 20th century, many African countries were on the brink of a civil war, with no proper military force, many countries had to go through a process of rebuild and reform, resulting in the establishment of a newly formed and strong military to defend its people. The following list presents 10 African countries and their rich history, alongside their military power – measured spending and personnel, and how they compare to other countries in Africa or the world in total. Continue reading Military Spendings In Africa – A Review
“The wrong that happened last November has been erased by his victory in the July 30 elections. We now have a government born out of the constitution. I now accept his leadership and he now deserves the support of every Zimbabwean,” Mugabe said in September this year, looking frail in video footage on an online television site. Continue reading 2018 review: The year Robert Mugabe finally gave up?
According to the latest ranking the German chancellor Angela Merkel was ranked the most powerful woman. She is followed by the British Prime Minister, Theresa May in second place. Continue reading Forbes 2018 Most Powerful Women: Ethiopia president sole African
The restaurant is known for its cheap food. The menu board outside the restaurant advertises a $4.99 house special and $3.50 lunch special. Continue reading Georgia restaurant employee shoots customer who tried to skip out on bill
You’re diminishing everything I have succeeded at, and that I have built and created. It’s such a shallow lens that people look through,” she said. It’s the only place to point a finger at me as though it’s my damage — like it’s some sort of a scarlet letter on me that I haven’t yet procreated, or maybe won’t ever procreate.” Continue reading Jennifer Aniston says she doesn’t need marriage and kids to be happy
Former U.S. President George W. Bush follows a military honor guard as they carry the casket of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, Dec. 5, 2018. REUTERS/Jim Young Continue reading The week in pictures, Dec. 1-Dec. 7 Take a look at and enjoy some of the most evocative, momentous images captured around the world in the past seven days.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s acrobatic dancer daughter – who’s mostly been kept out of the public eye – reportedly made a rare appearance on state television. Yekaterina Tikhonova surfaced this week on the Rossiya 1 channel to talk about technology geared toward controlling electrical impulses in the brain, according to the BBC. “Truly, we can say that at the same time a person comes to know both the capabilities … Continue reading Vladimir Putin’s reclusive daughter makes rare TV appearance
Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.Romans 8:37 KJVhttps://bible.com/bible/1/rom.8.37.KJV Continue reading Biblical Insight–Happy New Month and happy New year in advance.
Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.Romans 8:37 KJVhttps://bible.com/bible/1/rom.8.37.KJV Continue reading Biblical Insight–Happy New Month and Happy New Year in advance.
Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.Romans 8:37 KJVhttps://bible.com/bible/1/rom.8.37.KJV Continue reading Biblical Insight–Happy New month and happy New year in advance.
Wherefore the Lord said, Forasmuch as this people draw near me with their mouth, and with their lips do honour me, but have removed their heart far from me, and their fear toward me is taught by the precept of men: Isaiah 29:13 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/isa.29.13.KJV Continue reading Biblical Insight.
While reading, I discovered the necessity and the life that all fruits and vegetables provide in the maintenance of a healthy and a balanced lifestyle that is free of terminal diseases. Continue reading Why I love eating Water-Melon–Citrullus lanatus
It coincides with a UN report that says up to 14 million people are in danger of famine in the region, the number at risk rising sharply following an aid blockade imposed on Yemen by the Saudi and Emirati-led coalition just over a year ago. Continue reading Save the Children: 85,000 young children have starved to death in Yemen civil war
Responsibilities of life can be so gigantic,visions of life can be so expansive and goals intended to be achieved in life can be so cumbersome.This magnanimity of purpose intended to be achieved in life is what push many people to seek for shoulders to lean on at one point in time.It is the presence of some of these responsibilities that forced many people to believe that they are wallowing in challenges especially when such responsibilities reamined unachievable. Continue reading 7 reasons why you need a shoulder to lean on?-(5 minutes read)
Brighton, Dorset and Kent were among the areas to have received a dusting of the white stuff after a cold blast arrived from the continent, which was forecast to bring an end to the mild November Britons had been experiencing. Continue reading Snow hits parts of UK as temperatures drop
If you haven’t kept up to speed with the Welshman’s antics since his noughties daredevil era, it turns out he’s actually a trained chef and has been vegan for a while. He’s even releasing a recipe book before the start of the series. Continue reading 13 celebrities who have tried a new career