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Man Faces Death for Raping and Killing an Old Widow

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 19, 2011

Rape is commonplace toward women of all ages and in different countries. Some rapists are never punished, not even taken to justice. In Virginia, a young man aged 30, known by the name of Jerry Terrel Jackson (JTJ) has been executed for having raped and suffocated an old widow of about 80 years old. The death of JTJ is the first to be recorded in the Virginia state’s inmate. JTJ was executed not by hanging but a procedure called a revised three drug cocktail.

In fact, the death of JTJ was pronounced at 9:14 p.m. on Thursday at Greensville gaol, called here Correctional Center.... (more)

Tags: death, killing, man, old, faces, raping, widow

People Riot Throughout London

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 9, 2011

Britain is under fire these last days. There has appeared a big wave of violence and looting that have been organised in London, the capital City of Britain. This awful situation spreads to other major British cities. As this situation becomes alarming, the authorities are struggling to see if they can contain the country's worst unrest since race riots set the capital ablaze in the 1980s.

Huge masses of young people in London are rampaging for a third consecutive night. What they are doing is to destroy everything they see around them: setting buildings, vehicles and garbage dumps... (more)

Tags: riot, london, people, throught

Heroine Kicks the Bucket at 98 in London

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Aug 8, 2011

The world has known different people who marked history. Some of them are known to us and many more others remain unknown. Among those people range men as well as women. The courage of a heroine remains exceptional in some way. Women are still neglected throughout the world but history has proven that they are as intelligent, wise and helpful as men.

Nancy Wake (NW) is one of such women who marked history, not of the world but that of her country. During the World War II, heroine NW was a simple individual in France but her courage and devotion made her become famous; she was called... (more)

Tags: australian, female, heroine, kicks, bucket, in london.

Somalia Droughts Become a Scourge

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jul 26, 2011

Somali droughts have affected immensely most of the regions in the centre of the country. These droughts have also disturbed the lives of the different nomadic people who live in the area with their animals. The livestock are missing grass to browse, water to drink and even the weather has completely changed as it has become terribly hot that some of the livestock die from time to time. These droughts, in fact, are also upsetting human beings lives, particularly children and the elderly who cannot resist famine and thirst.

As for the UN head of the refugee agency, such drought-ridden... (more)

Tags: somali, droughts, become, scourge

Bomb Blast Kills Seven in Oslo

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jul 22, 2011

Today Friday, July 22, 2011 the capital of Norway, Oslo lived terrible moments when a bomb blasted in the center of the city by killing seven people. The police reported that a gunman opened fire at a youth camp on an island.

In addition, the Norwegian police said they believed the bombing and the shooting were connected. This meant that the police could not immediately confirm if several people have been killed at the youth camp. It seems that several army soldiers had taken up position around the center of the city as to hinder the spread of the violence.

Due to this situation,... (more)

Tags: blast, bomb, kills, seven, oslo

Homosexual Marriage

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jul 16, 2011

After God had created everything, he found that there was Adam only who had no partner, so he moulded Eve and he gave her to him. Today, the world is turning opposite to this God’s prescription of marriage by saying people have the right to marry people of their sex. This is called homosexuality. Homosexual marriage is the marriage that is concluded between individuals of the same biological sex. It is also called same-sex marriage and other people consider it as gay marriage. This kind of marriage that is officially and legally recognized between two persons of the same biological sex or social... (more)

Tags: marriage, homosexual

South Sudan Becomes an Independent State

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jul 12, 2011

This day of July9, 2011 will remain written in a solid stone for South Sudanese. This is the day South Sudan proclaimed its independence from Sudan. By becoming the 54th African state, it marked this special day by a series of glorious celebrations. The very first president of South Sudan Mr Salva Kiir was sworn in front of several African and foreign political leaders, more than thirty, including neighbors of South Sudan such as the President of Sudan and the UN General Secretary, Mr Ban Ki-moon .

The celebrations were taking place in a region that is considered as being in tones of... (more)

Tags: sudan, south, independent state

Sugar Daddies and Girls in the DRC

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Jun 30, 2011

If you visit some snack bars and nightclubs where rich people often spend their evening’s leisure sipping on glasses of beer, you can hear them repeating their motto ‘ I have money, I can get as many girls as I want; they need money so I give it to them and they give me sex’. This is what sugar daddies believe in.

Some girls spend their times in cabarets where they are sure to be seen by sugar daddies who want to enjoy life with those girls. These girls are picking the guys they want to have sex with nicely. Those guys who have money are freely offered sex without a fuss. To... (more)

Tags: girls, drc, sugar, daddy, spoil

Sex Education and Parents in the DRC

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on May 17, 2011

It is often believed that family is the place where all children get strong and basic education. Any other education the child will get possibly depends on what the family gives to the child. As for sexual education, parents have a great role to play for educating their children. This can be fostered by the straight collaboration and open communication that parents can initiate with their children. On the other hand, children curiosity must be satisfied by their own parents because if the latter are not collaborative with their children, these will seek satisfaction outside home, which often... (more)

Tags: education, sex, parents, drc

Is the USA Foe Number One Really Dead?

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on May 5, 2011

Osama Bin Laden is the enemy number one of America as per the attacks on World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. Since this time, Bin Laden has been hunted by America and since then he has been virtually been killed several times. However, we remember that Bin Laden was made in and by America with the aim of dismantling Russia, which they really did. But was Bin Laden at that time a terrorist or an ally and friend ? Just after the end of this mission and for reasons that remain uncovered to the world, Bin Laden is called a terrorist and therefore blacklisted. It is possible to fool people... (more)

Tags: usa, foe, dead.

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