Thursday, 1 January 2015

Man Who Spent Life Savings To Buy His Wife A Diamond Ring At 80

An 80-year-old man in China spent his life-savings to buy his wife of many years a diamond ring because she has had 'a hard life'.

Ship Carrying 900 Migrants Abandoned At Sea

Italy's coastguard said they narrowly averted a "massacre" after a cargo ship was abandoned at sea with more than 900 Syrian refugees on board.
Officers said the Blue Sky M's engines had been locked and its steering set on a course which would have seen it smash ashore in Italy's Puglia region.

No Love Like That Of A Mother’s! Nigerian Football Star Odu Proves It!

Nnamdi Oduamadi popularly known as Odu who plays for Nigeria’s National team and currently on loan from A.C Milan to Serie B club, Crotone is still a mummy’s boy. Odu posted a photo of himself and his mom (Left above) showing he is back in Nigeria to celebrate with her. The 24-year old posted the photo and wrote;

“Woke Up Like This With My Babe Scratching Me Hair �� Love You Mom Home Sweet Home.”


Two Explosions Rocked Northern Nigeria Yesterday Amidst Celebration

While we were celebrating and thanking God for seeing the end of 2014 yesterday, there were two explosions that rocked the Northern part of the country- Gombe & Yobe.


Oops! New Zealand jihadist accidentally tweets his location in Syria

Kiwi jihadi Mark Taylor, inset, deleted 45 tweets from his Twitter account after the messages revealed the location of several houses he used in several Syrian cities. The tweets, pictured, were saved by online social media Jihad watchers Ibrabo, who claimed that Taylor was not the 
first ISIS member to accidentally reveal his location.


Shanghai New Year's Eve stampede leaves at least 35 dead and 42 injured

At least 35 people have been killed in a stampede during the New Year's celebrations in Shanghai, which may have been caused by the crowd rushing to grab fake money thrown from the balcony of a building.

Global celebrations usher in New Year

Trinity College Dublin is lit by an interactive 3D display called Luminosity
Trinity College Dublin is lit by an interactive 3D display called Luminosity
Celebrations took place around the world to ring in the New Year.
Dubai celebrated with a light and sound extravaganza at the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower.
The 828m tower was lit up with different-coloured panels as the clock counted down to 2015.Lasers flashed through the skies over Downtown, the chic
district surrounding Burj Khalifa, accompanied by music and dancing fountains at the foot of the tower, to the delight of a large crowd.

How thousands around England enjoyed their New Year celebrations a bit too much


Millions took to the streets to celebrate a night to remember as the country ushered in 2015 - and some clearly enjoyed the occasion more than others.