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Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump Met & Had Close Meeting In Germany Before G20 Summit

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Vladimir Putin And Donald Trump Greeting Themselves Nicely In Germany At G20 Summit

After alot of rumours which publicize that the feud between Russian president, Vladimir Putin and US President, Donald Trump is unending, the duo were seen together holding their hands and greeting themselves nicely at the G20 Summit in Germany.

“Russian Is Behind The World Cyber-attack” – Ukraine Security Services Released

According to the short statement shared by President Donald Trump through one of his social media handles, he said him and the Russia president, Vladimir Putin has been discussing something and it’s going on well between them:

    “President Putin and I have been discussing various things, and I think it’s going very well.”

Recently, a survey around the world was polled between three powerful leaders in the world which includes Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. The outcome of the survey proved that more people across the world believed that President Donald Trump is not capable of controlling this world’s affair, the outcome also shows that the Russia president, Vladimir Putin has more capability of controlling the world’s affair than his contender, Donald Trump and this phenomenon has caused alot of people having sides-talk.

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“President Gnassingbe Faure Exit” – Protesters in Togo Cries

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Togo: Protesters Call For President Faure Gnassingbe Exit After 50 years of Dictatorship

Protesters lined up in the streets of Lome, the capital of Togo yesterday calling for the exit of President Faure Gnassingbe who has been in power for 15years after taking the presidential position from his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema who ruled Togo for 38years.

The president of Togo, Gnassingbe Faure had promised earlier to hold a conversation meeting with the opposition party since November but, nothing has been done to validate his promise to this moment.
The president of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo and Alpha Conde of Guinea who were the mediators have also being working things out in order to have open negotiations between both groups.

The PUNCH reported that Jean-Pierre Fabre who is leader of the opposition party, “National Alliance for Change” said during the protests that:

For now the Guinean and Ghanaian presidents are trying to have ‘appeasement measures’ taken so that the talks can start. The protests are going to continue until our demands our met.

Also on Twitter:

The crowd today covers over a kilometer. The people of Togo are not backing off. We want change and we want it now. 50 years of dictatorship is ENOUGH #Togodebout #Fauremustgo @SaharaReporters @LeahHardingAJE @Omojuwa @DOmowale @Smith_JeffreyT @Daniel_Finnan pic.twitter.com/MHmO7Bxwzd

— Farida Nabourema (@Farida_N) December 2, 2017

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Human Slave Trade in Libya: French President, Emmanuel Macron Promise To Help Victims

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Human Slave Trade in Libya: French President, Emmanuel Macron Promise To Help Victims


On the ongoing human slave trade in Libya, French President, Emmanuel Macron has said that he will ask European leaders to help the abducted Africans who were in danger in Libya, after reports appearing to show African migrants being traded there hit the world!

President Emmanuel Macron said in a speech in Burkina Faso on Tuesday to bring “Massive Support” to rescue the abducted human beings in Libya:

    “I will propose that Africa and Europe come to the rescue of the people trapped in Libya, by bringing massive support to the evacuation of people in danger.”

According to BellaNaija, President Emmanuel Macron also sought to make a clean break from his predecessors, saying that he came from a generation that would not tell Africans what to do and would focus his efforts on bridging ties between Africa and Europe.

He said:

“I am from a generation that doesn’t come to tell Africans what to do,” Macron said during a speech to university students in the Burkinabe capital Ouagadougou.

“I am from a generation for whom Nelson Mandela’s victory is one of the best political memories.”

President Emmanuel Macron is on a 3-day visit to West Africa that includes an EU-Africa summit in Ivory Coast’s capital Abidjan.

    “I will not stand by those who say the African continent is one of crises and misery. “I will be alongside those, who believe that Africa is neither a lost continent nor one that needs to be saved.”

Libya’s Human Slave Trade Under Investigation

West African migrants were being bought and sold openly in modern-day slave markets in Libya, survivors had told a UN agency helping them return home.

Libyan authorities have inaugurated a formal investigation into slave auctions in the country following an exclusive CNN report earlier this week, the government said on Friday.

Anes Alazabi who is an official with the internationally recognised government of Libya’s Anti-Illegal Immigration Agency said:

    “A high-level committee has been convened encompassing representatives from all the security apparatus to oversee this investigation.” “Priorities of the investigation are not only to convict those responsible for these inhumane acts, but also to identify the location of those, who have been sold in order to bring them to safety and return them to their countries of origin.’’

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First In World Record: Saudi Arabia Grant Citizenship To Robot

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Saudi Becomes First to Grant Citizenship to a Robot

Sophia, a robot designed by Hong Kong company Hanson Robotics, gave a presentation that demonstrated her capacity for human expression. Sophia made global headlines when she was granted Saudi citizenship, make the kingdom the first country in the world to offer its citizenship to a robot. “I want to live and work with humans so I need to express the emotions to understand humans and build trust with people,” she said in an exchange with moderator Andrew Ross Sorkin.

Keynote speaker Masayoshi Son, Chairman & CEO of SoftBank Group Corp, a Japanese telecommunications and Internet company, which is working with Saudi Arabia on the development of a new business and industrial city, discussed the future of mankind in relation to AI and robots.

“Every industry will be redefined,” he said, describing the “great opportunity” that lies ahead. “These computers, they will learn, they will read, they will see by themselves. That’s a scary future but anyway that’s coming,” he said.

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