Saturday, 1 November 2014

Boko Haram Denies Ceasefire, Says Chibok Girls Are Already Married Off

Boko Haram have denied that they had agreed to a ceasefire in a new video obtained yesterday by AFP, describing the Nigerian government claims as a lie and apparently ruling out future talks.

The group’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, also claimed the 219 schoolgirls kidnapped from the remote northeast town of Chibok, in Borno state, in April had converted to Islam and been married off.


Why Mrs Rooney doesn't want to live next to houses like the one SHE grew up in


Coleen Rooney (pictured with husband Wayne, bottom right) slammed plans to build 15 homes, including five affordable houses, near her mansion (left) in Prestbury, Cheshire, despite growing up in a rough part of Croxteth (top right), in Liverpool.

Hundreds of calls received by Dublin Fire Brigade

Dublin Fire Brigade say they've received over 260 calls already this evening, which are mainly bonfire related.

Ghanian fraudster posed as senior military official to pay for lavish mansion in his homeland

He had been using the money to pay for his lavish marbled mansion in Ghana. Yesterday he was ordered to pay back his victims after being found guilty for over 20 offences

He claimed to be an American major general, charming lonely British women through online dating sites with stories of his bravery dodging bombs and saving lives.
But in reality the dashing war hero they fell in love with was Ghanaian fraudster Maurice Asola Fadola, who conned victims out of £800,000 to pay for his lavish mansion in his homeland.
Yesterday Fadola was unmasked as one of the world’s most prolific online dating fraudsters as he was jailed for five years in Ghana for a series of international romance scams. He targeted women across Britain, France, Sweden, Italy and the US.