Also, a cleric, Istifanus Koce of the ECWA Good News in Kuje, enjoined Christians to emulate Jesus Christ by being humble, show love and promote peaceful co-existence. It marks the birth of Jesus Christ , the prince of peace, who message of faith, tolerance and compassion echoes through the ages. "We need to understand what Jesus preached and do the same by loving, caring and sharing and I think that is what we should do not only on Christmas but in our daily life", said Christine ...
Many Republican and Democratic lawmakers have heaped scorn on Trump for his sudden order last week to withdraw from Syria. Trump said it's because of USA military gains that he can withdraw 2,000 forces from Syria. The Kurdish-led YPG militia have been the mainstay of the U.S. proxy " Syrian Democratic Forces ", who liberated much of northeastern Syria from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) but refused to hand it over to the government in Damascus.
Trump said Tuesday that the closed parts of the government will remain that way until Democrats agree to wall off the U.S. -Mexico border to deter criminal elements. The stalemate over how much to spend and how to spend it caused the partial government shutdown that began following a lapse in funding for departments and agencies that make up about 25 per cent of the government.
In the weeks after the alleged abductions, one of those Latifas suddenly appeared frequently in media. Mr Jaubert alleges the princess was then then taken onto a helicopter and forcibly returned, despite professing her will to seek asylum overseas.
The classes were suspended at all "high and basic schools and kindergartens", both national and foreign syllabuses, as of December 23 until further notice, said the education authorities in a press release. Rights group Amnesty International called on the government to stop firing on protesters and open up a probe into the deaths. Omdurman Islamic University students hold a demonstration in Khartoum, Sudan.
Some residents of a recently completed Sydney high-rise apartment block were today spending their Christmas in makeshift camps, after they were evacuated by authorities when "cracking noises" in the building were heard. Fire & Rescue NSW told 9 News that they had not received any earlier reports of cracking or structural issues with the building before last night's events.