Sunday, January 3, 2016

9 of 10 Most Expensive Cars In The World (Lamborghini Veneno)

9) Lamborghini Veneno

This car was built to celebrate the automaker’s 50th birthday, and the word Veneno literally means poison in Italian, and at $4.5 million, paying for it might make someone sick.

9 of 10 Of The Weirdest Jobs On The Planet (Breath Odor Evaluator)

9) Breath Odor Evaluator

People in this position are typically hired by gum or mint companies, to test out the effectiveness of the gum or mints in question. Imagine smelling other people’s breath all day!

9 of 10 Of The World’s Most Popular Superstitions (Cannibalistic Gum Chewing)

9) Cannibalistic Gum Chewing

In Turkey, it is strongly believed that if you chew gum after dark, it is actually dead rotting flesh.

Donald Trump Accuses Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton of Creating Daesh

US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump accused his key Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and US President Barack Obama of creating Daesh during his campaign speech on Saturday night.

MOSCOW  — The real-estate tycoon claimed he had predicted the rise of Daesh in the Middle East, citing his calls on the Obama administration to target the group's oil assets in the militant-controlled territories.

Brains Over Brawn: Russian Armed Forces More Powerful Than NATO

Technical expertise and engineering ingenuity have turned Russia’s military into a force to be reckoned with.

Russia’s advanced electronic systems and technical expertise have shifted the global balance of power in Moscow’s favor, according to Austrian media sources.
The Russian armed forces’ ability to conduct multiple military operations and to carry out precision airstrikes has baffled the Western powers. The clever implementation of modern hardware and the formidable skill of its technical experts allow Russia to remotely engage enemy forces in a variety of ways, be it an airstrike carried out by Su-24 attack aircraft which entered service back in 1974 or a salvo of state-of-the-art cruise missiles launched from thousands of miles away.

Iraq's al-Maliki 'Reaffirms' Saudi Arabia Will Be Destroyed

Iraqi political leader Nouri al-Maliki said that the execution of a Shia Cleric would topple Saudi Arabia's rulers.

Iraq's former prime minister and head of the Islamic Dawa Party Nouri al-Maliki condemned Saudi Arabia's execution of Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, pledging that the act would bring down the Saudi rulers.

In his condemnation, al-Maliki himself used sectarian language, referring to the execution of Shiite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Sadr, founder of the Dawa Party. Al-Sadr was executed by Saddam Hussein's Sunni-dominated government in 1980, five months before the beginning of the notoriously destructive Iran-Iraq War.

Egyptian Army Kills Over 40 Extremists in Northern Sinai

Egypt’s Air Force aircraft killed on Saturday more than 40 terrorists affiliated with Daesh extremist group in the north of Sinai Peninsula.

Fire Guts Abdulkadir Kure Market In Minna

Fire has gutted Abdulkadir Abdullahi Kure Ultra Modern Market in Minna, the capital of Niger State on Sunday.

Properties worth billions of Naira were destroyed including cash. 50 shops were completely burnt down.

The incident occurred at around 1AM on Sunday morning and was blamed on the use of generators because as at the time of the incident, there was no light from the normal electricity supply channel.

9 of 10 Ways To Read And Understand

9.Don't be forced to read :
This is mostly applicable to secondary school students,why should they force you to read? ! When they force you to read,you can't even understand what you read and it also leads to creating some hatred habits towards the course

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5 of 5 Dirty Secrets Revealed By Olamide And Don Jazzy ’s Fight Over Headies Awards

5. Olamide actually care about the feelings of his fans. This seen in the way he was quick to apologize to them for his very unruly and unacceptable conduct at the awards.


Week Thirteen of the Russian Intervention in Syria: debunking the lies

Ever since the first rumors began to circulate about an impending Russian military intervention in Syria the Internet and the media have been flooded with all sorts of silly rumors, myths and outright lies about what could/would happen. These rumors, myths and outright lies are still being spread today, and not only by pro-US interest groups, but even by supposedly pro-Russian “analysts”. All this nonsense completely obfuscates the reality of the Russian intervention in Syria (but maybe that was the goal all along?) and tries to paint the Russian operation as a failure. After three months of Russian air and missile strikes in Syria, it is a good time to ask the question of whether the Russians have achieved some tangible results or whether, as some are suggesting, this has basically been a big PR operation.