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Tillerson commends Bill Gate PEPFAR Policy

The United States Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson has commended the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, better known as PEPFAR initiated by former US President, Bill Gates , saying 14 years after PEPFAR have not only saved millions of lives, but the world is getting closer to ending this

Liberia’s Sirleaf Calls on US to Remain Global Leader

Preparing to Step Down, President Says Post-War US Aid Was Critical Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf called on the U.S. to maintain its position of world leadership, a role that she said rescued her country from a ruinous civil war and an outbreak of a terrifying, deadly disease. Days before an

Bomb North Korea – With Its Own Money

President Trump should immediately begin bombing North Korea—with counterfeit versions of its own currency. As drones rain down phony North Korean won, like confetti, over every city and commune, the NK won would quickly collapse. Already weak in value relative to the U.S. dollar and Chinese yuan, due to its recent

More Chinese military aircraft spotted near eastern Taiwan

Two Chinese military surveillance aircraft were seen flying east of Taiwan on Sunday, the third time in August that Chinese military planes were seen near Taiwan, according to Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense. Two Y-8 aircraft from the People's Liberation Army of China first flew near southern Taiwan, through the Bashi

Op-ed: Some lessons from America

By Sufuyan Ojeifo I am a bushman.  And, I make no pretensions about it. I do not mean that I am a supporter of former President of America, George Bush, Junior. Not at all!  What I mean is that I am not cosmopolitan, but rather insular, pigeonholed in a little corner

Why is Canada’s 150th birthday controversial?

CANADA celebrates its 150th birthday on July 1st. An estimated 500,000 people will gather on the lawns of the neo-Gothic parliament buildings in Ottawa on Saturday to hum along with the folksinger Gordon Lightfoot (yes, he’s still alive) and to ooh and aah at the fireworks display, which its sponsor

Trump, Russia, and sanctions

The Republican-controlled Congress does not trust President Trump on Russia or on sanctions. As a result, the House is now considering legislation passed by the Senate that would severely limit the administration’s flexibility regarding sanctions on Russia. How deep is the problem? The Senate approved the legislation on June 19