Our country is a more miserable place to live in because of greed. We now have corruption at a level where our government and ruling class only want to screw us over and may sell us out to Russia.
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The bloated infantile persona in diapers carting a cell phone is perfect. The man has had a pampered life and has always done what he wants regardless of the effect on others. He only cares for his needs.
Blimp depicting Donald Trump as an angry, orange diaper-wearing baby during the U.S. president’s visit to the British capital
Pakistan’s upper and lower houses of parliament have passed a historic bill giving the long suffering tribal areas equal rights and ending a destructive legacy left over from the era of British colonial rule.
The first round of the presidential election will be held on 30 July. If there is no presidential candidate that is able attain 50 percent plus one vote, the second round is planned for September 8.
A growing citizen movement known as Living Libraries is designed to smash stereotypes and prejudice through dialogue
After almost two decades of stalemate, evident change has come to Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Theresa May now has found a credible ally, in new Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa, to work to rebuild trust with former its colonial master.
As Zimbabwe celebrates its Independence Day this Wednesday, the annual holiday will come with an added layer of meaning. This marks 38 years since the achievement of hard-fought nationhood.
Trump was not declaring or instigating war by collaborating with the United Kingdom and France on the strikes. He was simply exercising the ambiguous rights given to him by the War Powers Resolution.
Long before its controversial roles in the UK and the US, Cambridge Analytica influenced elections in Africa