Zimbabwe Protesters Begin Marching Towards Mugabe Residence

Zimbabweans celebrating the expected fall of President Robert Mugabe marched towards his residence in the capital Harare on Saturday, live television pictures showed, as the country prepared to oust its leader of the last 37 years. Hundreds of thousands of Continue reading Zimbabwe Protesters Begin Marching Towards Mugabe Residence

Exotic Indonesian birds smuggled in drain pipes

A wildlife raid in Indonesia yielded startling results after 125 exotic birds were found squashed into pipes. Police say 84 eclectus parrots and 41 endangered white cockatoos were stuffed into drain pipes sealed by wire. Indonesia’s vast jungles are home Continue reading Exotic Indonesian birds smuggled in drain pipes

Nigeria Bobsled Team Qualify For 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Nigeria Women’s Bobsled team have qualified for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games which will take place at PyeongChang👏🎉 Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere, and Akuoma Omeoga wrote their names in the history books📖 by becoming the first African team to qualify Continue reading Nigeria Bobsled Team Qualify For 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Billionaire Kidnapper Evans Complains About Lack Of Food And Water In Prison

Billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike aka “Evans”, has told the Lagos State High Court in Ikeja that the last time he was fed by the Nigerian prison authority was five days ago. Mr. Onwuamadike and the other five accused persons Continue reading Billionaire Kidnapper Evans Complains About Lack Of Food And Water In Prison

Defiant Mugabe Makes First Public Appearance

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has made his first public appearance since the country’s army took over on Wednesday. He attended a graduation ceremony in the capital, Harare. Mr Mugabe had been under house arrest for days. The army made its Continue reading Defiant Mugabe Makes First Public Appearance

UPDATE: Apology after Japanese train departs 20 seconds early

A rail company in Japan has apologised after one of its trains departed 20 seconds early. In a statement, the company said the train had been scheduled to leave at 9:44:40 local time but left at 9:44:20. The mistake happened Continue reading UPDATE: Apology after Japanese train departs 20 seconds early

Vancouver driver had phone and tablet tied to steering wheel

A Canadian man took distracted driving to a new level by setting up his own entertainment system on his steering wheel with string. He was caught when a traffic officer spotted him wearing headphones and noticed a tablet and mobile Continue reading Vancouver driver had phone and tablet tied to steering wheel

China appears to have crossed Trump on North Korea

After a 12-day trip to Asia where President Donald Trump stressed his friendship and mutual understanding with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Beijing appears to have crossed Trump on a key issue — North Korea. At every turn during his trip, Continue reading China appears to have crossed Trump on North Korea

Plastics found in stomachs of deepest sea creatures

Animals from the deepest places on Earth have been found with plastic in their stomachs, confirming fears that man-made fibres have contaminated the most remote places on the planet. The study, led by academics at Newcastle University, found animals from Continue reading Plastics found in stomachs of deepest sea creatures