Opinion

The Amazing And Heart-Breaking Story Of Romeo The Wolf

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG In 2004, wildlife photographer Nick Jans was out for a walk with his dog Dakotah when they came across a fully grown wolf in Juneau, Alaska. At first Nick was shocked and worried for their safety but the following events left him stunned. His fellow dog walkers were also in shock as the wolf did the ...

Can Trump ‘make America great again’?

REPORTED BY KALAHAN DENG Republican Donald Trump scored a stunning victory in Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election, but the political neophyte has yet to face his biggest task of bridging the nation’s deep racial, economic and political divides that he himself fed throughout his campaign. Nihad Awad, national executive director of the Council on American-Islamic-Relations, called on Trump to respect the ...

Garbage man makes little girl’s birthday

WRITTEN BY KALAHAN DENG Hi people, let’s praise the LORD GOD for love, peace ,and harmony that binds this humble man and a little girl who do not know the barriers that put some people a part from each other. It wasn’t a toy or a cake that made a little girl from Bloomington, Illinois, revel in the delight of ...

A BLACK MAN BECOMES ORDINARY (OBAMA)

WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG WHEN WILL SOME GUN LOBBIES , NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION AND OWNERS SAY ENOUGH  IS ENOUGH TO WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE USA? Presidents aren’t just political leaders. They’re paternal figures. George Washington was called “the father” of our nation. Lincoln was known as “Father Abraham.” These intimate designations speak to the close bond many Americans ...

The unexpected victory of the UK Conservative Party

Said Shehata The victory of the UK Conservative party defied all predictions. Yet the win alone will not mean the coming five years will be plain-sailing for the new Cameron government There were doubts inside David Cameron’s camp that the British Conservative Party could win a majority (326 seats or more) in the recent general elections, but it won 331 ...

Westpac CEO Gail Kelly’s seven lessons for life and business

When she was 21, Gail Kelly was deeply unhappy, teaching Latin at a school in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her students did not want to be there. She did not want to be there. At the end of that term, she left to work as a bank teller. On Thursday, she announced her retirement as one of Australia’s most powerful bankers. ...

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