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JohnThomas Didymus

Digital Journalist based in Lagos, 05, Nigeria. Joined on Oct 1, 2011
Expertise in Stocks & trading, Religion, Personal finance, Small business, Politics,   see all» General business news & info, Science & space



Flight MH17: Questions U.S., Ukrainian authorities must answer

Donetsk - Emerging evidence shows that U.S. and Ukrainian intelligence services had information since earlier in the month that pro-Russian separatists possessed Buk missiles capable of shooting down jetliners, yet they did nothing to warn airlines of danger. Why?
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Fears heighten as ruling in lawsuit that could kill ACA looms

Washington D.c. - The Obama administration is facing a potentially lethal threat to its healthcare reform law as a three-judge panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit prepares to rule on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
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Op-Ed: Mitt Romney 2016 buzz and voters' 'remorse' over choice of Obama

Washington - Mitt Romney has become the subject of speculations about a third presidential run. Speculation has increased following a Quinnipiac poll that found that about 45 percent of voters think "the nation would be better off if Romney had become President."
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How the car you drive affects your auto insurance rates Promoted

When buying a new car you might not consider how the type of car you get affects your insurance quotes. Although every auto insurance company has its own method for setting rates, all include the type of car to be insured as a variable.
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Archaeologists claim they found 'piece of Jesus' cross' in Turkey

Archaeologists conducting excavations at the 7th-Century Balatlar Church on the shores of the Black Sea in Sinop, Turkey have announced discovery of a stone chest containing objects including a piece of the cross upon which Jesus was crucified.
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Russians welcome Edward Snowden, offered job in Russia

Moscow - NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, wanted on charges of leaking classified documents about US surveillance programs has been welcomed with messages posted online by Russian bloggers and activists. An online Russian company has offered him a job.
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NY Rep. Charlie Rangel: Tea Party whites are racist 'crackers'

Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.), Harlem's third-longest serving member of the House of Representatives, did not mince words when he gave his opinion about Republicans and the Tea Party during a recent interview with the Daily Beast.
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Nigeria: Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau, shot, deposed

Abuja - The "spiritual leader" of Boko Haram, Iman Liman Ibrahim, has revealed that Sheikh Abubakar Shekau, leader of the militant Islamic sect, was shot and deposed before the June 26 announcement of ceasefire by the group.
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'Real-Life Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova in 'Space Barbie' Vice doc

Valeria Lukyanova, popularly known as the "Real-life Barbie Doll," has teamed up with Vice to create a 20-minute documentary about herself, "Space Barbie."
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Pope Francis: 'Who am I to judge gay priests?'

In a statement that would be interpreted as conciliatory, Pope Francis said he would not be the one to judge priests over their sexual orientation. He made his comments on Monday in a news conference after a week-long tour of Brazil.
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Video: New mysterious giant fungus found in China

The BBC reports the discovery of a new giant grey fungus, about 15 kilograms in weight and one meter in diameter, in a village in China's Jianshui County.
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Videobombed: Building collapses during Russian couple's wedding

A Russian couple who got videobombed by a building which suddenly began collapsing across the street during their wedding would likely be debating whether that was a good or evil omen.
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Report: Car insurance premiums are lower for college graduates

A recent report reveals that some companies consider your education level and type of employment, in addition to several other factors, to determine your car insurance premium costs.
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Watch cute Baby Zebs tip over laughing at Dad's silly juggling

Every adult who has spent time with an infant soon learns how easy it is to entertain a little tot. A simple peekaboo game that would elicit cold stares of disdain from older wiser children gets an infant squealing with rapturous joy.
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Caribbean nations demand slavery reparations from Europe

The 14 countries of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) have agreed to renew their demands for slavery reparations from three former European colonial powers, and major beneficiaries of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Britain, France and Netherlands.
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Video: Hero Qing Chen saves baby from awning after window fall

An 18-month old toddler, who apparently climbed out of her 2nd floor room through a vent next to the air conditioning unit onto the roof, and then to the awning below, was rescued by a quick thinking man in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Friday afternoon.
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Mysterious hum heard by people around the world investigated

The Hum, a low frequency, steady droning and rumbling sound has been reported in locations across the world, from Taos, N.M. and Vancouver, Canada, to Bristol, England and Sydney, Australia. The mysterious phenomenon is now the subject of investigations.
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Italy's black minister Cecile Kyenge has bananas thrown at her

Rome - Italy's first black minister, Cecile Kyenge, has been a target of racist slurs and attacks since appointment as the country's Integration Minister in April. A member of the audience threw bananas at her during a speech at a rally in Cervia, Friday.
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Archbishop Tutu prefers the fires of hell to homophobic heaven

South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu has denounced religions that promote discrimination against LGBT people through a statement during the UN's launch of its gay rights program in Cape Town Friday.
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KKK organizes neighborhood watch program in Missouri

Some residents of Springfield's west-central side, Mo., found fliers wrapped around rocks and thrown into their yards on Sunday morning. The fliers invited them to join a neighborhood watch program organized by the KKK.
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