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Welcome to Town

by Abu

You know that movie Clerks, black and white film, artsy?  It starts with the main character getting called into work on his day off.  300 more words

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Military Operations

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I’m not one to spread rumors but the evidence suggest that Brightblade may be having a lot of man power issues. I was on my way to the Ferguson brew house last week to get some root beer, one of my favorites. 174 more words

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Fantasia 2017: Abu (2017)

Kicking off the Fantasia Festival this year for myself surprisingly is a documentary called Abu. It screens on July 16th at 2pm at Theatre D.B. Clarke. 743 more words


Rodrigo Duterte vows to eat militants after beheadings of two Vietnamese sailors

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

MANILA (AFP) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to eat alive the Islamist militants behind the abduction and beheadings of two Vietnamese sailors in a furious reaction to the killings. 394 more words

Current Affairs

GTBank Set to Storm A.B.U Zaria in Grand Style - @GTCrea8

One of Nigeria’s top rated bank, GTBank, is coming to campus through the Crea8 platform, bringing all students lots of mind blowing packages.

Main activities will run from Monday (10Th July) through Friday (14Th July). 161 more words

Entertainment News

US lifts laptop ban for Etihad flights

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

WASHINGTON: The United States has lifted a ban on passengers taking laptops and tablet computers on Etihad Airways flights from its base in the Emirati capital Abu Dhabi, authorities said on Sunday (Jul 2). 400 more words

Current Affairs

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, July 3 edition

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Donald Trump tweets video of him knocking down, beating ‘CNN’

US President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the news media Sunday (July 2) by tweeting a video – bizarre even by his standards – showing him knocking down and beating a professional wrestling “villain” whose face had been replaced by a CNN logo. 605 more words

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