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  • 11 really hot photos of Melania Trump, America's new first lady

    Donald J Trump is the new president of the United States, and this means that Melania Trump, his wife, is the first lady of the United States. 

    Melania Trump at 46 years is 24 years junior to her husband and she is ridiculously hot. She was an international model from Slovenia, who has featured onthe popular Playboy magazine.

    Melania is now officially a naturalized US citizen, who dabbles in the jewelry business and her Playboy days might be over, but here are some really sexy photos of the new first lady:

    1. Here we find her in a sxy black gown  

    “The Model As Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala – Arrivals Photo by Stephen Lovekin on Getty Images

    2. Melania in a white mini dress.

    3. Melania Trump slays in a pant suit. 

     4. Trump’s wife also models lingerie.

    5. She is extremely hot in this underwear shoot.

    6. Even relaxed in a chair, she knows how to look sultry in a picture. 

     

    7. She looks like a first lady here.

    8. Here she slays on the red carpet of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2012.

    NEW YORK, NY – MAY 07: Melania Trump attends the “Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations” Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

    9. Melania Trump attends the world premiere of “Tower Heist” at the Ziegfeld Theatre on October 24, 2011.

     

    NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 24: Melania Trump attends the world premiere of “Tower Heist” at the Ziegfeld Theatre on October 24, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
    10. When she attended “The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009.

     

    Melania Trump attends “The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

    11. The new first lady seems to love medieval settings in her photoshoots. 

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  • Nigerian preacher TB Joshua deletes prophecy of Clinton win

    A prediction by influential Nigerian TV evangelist TB Joshua that Hillary Clinton would win the US presidential election has been removed from his Facebook account.

    Mr Joshua told his congregation on Sunday that he "saw" a woman winning.

    After Donald Trump convincingly won Tuesday's vote, visitors to the preacher's Facebook page noticed the prophecy had been removed.

    The wealthy pastor is known as "the prophet" to his many followers.

    He is one of Nigeria's best-known and influential evangelists - and is popular across Africa, with many top politicians among his flock.

    The US election prediction was broadcast on Mr Joshua's TV channel Emmanuel TV, which an individual uploaded to YouTube.

    A section of that "prophecy" was posted on the preacher's Facebook page but is no longer available.

    "Ten days ago I saw the president of America with a narrow win... What I frankly saw was a woman," it said.

     

    Source:-BBC

     

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  • Egypt Confirms It Won’t Involve in Ethiopia’s Affairs

    Egypt’s foreign ministry confirmed on Sunday media reports that Egypt's ambassador to Addis Ababa met with Ethiopia's minister of foreign affairs on Wednesday to answer questions related to the authenticity of a video reportedly showing unidentified Egyptians hailing the separatist Oromo Liberation Front during a recent public gathering of alleged Oromo supporters in Cairo.

    "Egypt does not interfere in any country’s domestic affairs," Egypt’s ambassador to Ethiopia Abu Bakr Hefny told the East African country's state minister for foreign affairs Taye Atske-Selassie, according to a statement issued on Sunday by the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs.

    Hefny said that the video "does not reflect the reality at all," describing it as an attempt by third parties to sow discord between Egypt and Ethiopia, especially considering that bilateral relations have been improving in recent months, the statement read.

    Ethiopia declared a state of emergency on Sunday following a week of violent anti-government protests by Oromo supporters, which led to deaths and property damage across the country.

    Egypt’s foreign ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid added today that the discussions in the Wednesday meeting reflected a “mutual understanding of the importance of securing the positive momentum in bilateral relations while not giving a chance for any subversion between the two countries.”

    The meeting in Addis Ababa last week came hours after the Turkish news agency Anadolu reported that Egypt was supporting the Oromo Liberation Front, which has been leading protests against the Addis Ababa government.

    Shortly after the Turkish agency's report was published on Wednesday, Egypt denied in an official statement that it was backing the opposition group, denouncing "attempts by some malicious parties to sow discord between Egypt and Ethiopia.”

    Egypt and Ethiopia had witnessed tensions in recent years over the construction of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam mega project, with Cairo expressing fears that the dam would negatively affect its Nile water share. Addis Ababa has maintained that the dam project, which Ethiopia needs to generate electricity, would not harm downstream countries.

    However, relations improved after Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan signed in September the final contracts for the long-awaited technical studies on the potential impact of the dam on downstream countries. 

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  • Ethiopian man charged for raping an elderly

    An Ethiopian certified nursing assistant named Adeladilew A. Mekonen has been charged with first-degree rape and first-degree unlawful sexual penetration.

    The 34 years old Ethiopian man who raped an elderly patient was terminated last Wednesday following his arrest after an 87-year-old woman came forward with accusations against Mekonen Koin6 reported last Friday.

    According to the report the suspect was from Portland working in Providence St. Vincent Medical Center.

    This was not the first time that the region police office received a complaint about Mekonen .previously a 94-year-old woman reported the same trial but they couldn’t prove it at the time.

    It is expected that Mekonen could face charges after prosecutors review the case. Indeed investigators are also worried that there could be more victims of Mekonen since May.

     

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  • AFRICAN-BRITISH MULTIPLE OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALISTS RUNNER, MO FARAH ARRESTED IN NEWCASTLE FOR RUNNING SUSPICIOUSLY

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    David Rudisha and Mo Farah arrested in England

    World’s  800m Olympic record holder David Rudisha and fellow  athlete Mo Farah were briefly arrested  briefly by Northumbria police officers in England.

    The two athletes who were doing a normal morning jog on saturday when they set off police speed camera, which prompted a chase. and an arrest.

    The police did not immediatly realize whom they were arresting and when they finally did and released them everybody made it into a joke.

    After the incident, the Northumbria police officers released a statement on their facebook page saying: “We were called to central Newcastle today after reports of a speeding object on the Quayside.”

     






    “Our officers attended and found two men claiming that they were Olympic gold medallists and had set off our speed cameras in a practice jog,”

     

    “They kept telling us to Google Mo Farah and David Rudisha but we weren’t having any of it so decided they needed to pay a visit to custody. Due to a lack of evidence we had to release them without charge after a brief chat in the back of our police car.”

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