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Egypt sentences another Al Jazeera journalist

Ahmed Mansour

In another disturbing move against freedom of speech and independent journalism in Egypt, one of Al Jazeera Arabic’s presenters, Ahmed Mansour, has been sentenced in absentia to 15 years imprisonment by Cairo’s criminal court on the absurd charge of torturing a lawyer in Tahrir Square during the 25 January 2011 revolution. +1 0    Read More »

Michael Jackson Becomes The Highest-Earning Dead Celebrity


It seems the Prince Of Pop has well and truly usurped the King Of Rock And Roll. For Michael Jackson once again raked in more than Elvis Presley to become the world’s top earning dead celebrity of 2014. 0 0    Read More »

Arthur Wharton: the world’s first black professional footballer

Arthur Wharton

(BBC) – A 16ft statue of the world’s first black professional footballer will be unveiled at the FA’s national football centre in Burton on Thursday. 0 0    Read More »

Shaibu Amodu to replace Stephen Keshi as Nigeria coach

Shaibu Amodu

Shaibu Amodu is to replace Stephen Keshi as Nigeria coach, the country’s football federation has revealed. 0 0    Read More »

Timing Is Everything – Obama Judge Strikes Down Texas Voter ID Law


Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos , a 2011 Obama Administration appointee, ruled the Texas voter ID law is unconstitutional. Texas Law The 2011 Texas legislature passed a bill requiring voters to present 1 of 7 acceptable forms of identification prior to being… 0 0    Read More »


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