Zimbabwe has officially elected its president: Emmerson Mnangagwa won the country's first major election since the ouster of longtime strongman Robert Mugabe, according to formal results released by the country's electoral commission.
Commissioners announced that he beat a field of some two dozen other candidates, earning 50.8 percent of the vote.
However, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the man who will take Zimbabwe into its new future, is not the fresh new face of the future of Zi
On Nov 11, Warsaw held its annual Independence Day Parade. In 2017, Poland celebrated its 99th year of sovereignty following the Treaty of Versailles which ended World War 1.
However, the Washington Post, Newsweek, CNN, The Independent and many more reported in bold hysterical headlines, that at this event's main banner and motto was, “Pray for an Islamic Holocaust.” There’s just one problem.
That banner was never there.
The alleged “Islamic Holocaust” banner was hung on
Zimbabwe’s army seized control of the country on Wednesday, saying it was removing “criminals” around Robert Mugabe and holding the president for his own safety.
An army spokesman said on state television that Mr Mugabe and his family were being held in a “safe and secure place” while soldiers carried out the operation in Harare, which followed a day of high tension between the army’s commander, General Constantino Chiwenga, and Mr Mugabe’s ruling Zanu-PF.
“We are targeti
Saudi Arabia tightened its blockade on Yemen after Houthi rebels, who have taken over the national government and its assets, fired a ballistic missile last week toward an airport in Riyadh.
The Saudis were able to intercept the projectile, but the event has rattled the region politically.
The UN's humanitarian chief has sent a chilling warning that Yemen is facing the world's worst famine in decades in which millions could die, if Saudi Arabia continues to block aid flow
Twitter has revealed that it censored tweets critical of Hillary Clinton throughout the 2016 elections.
Twitter basicly buried significant portions of tweets related to hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chair John Podesta in the last two months of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Twitter general counsel Sean Edgett said in his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee that, “Approximately one quarter (25 per cent) of #PodestaEmails