Asaba Massacre Memorial Day 2017 Itinerary

Exactly 50 years ago, on Saturday, the 7th of October 1967, over a thousand civilians in Asaba, mostly men and young boys, were murdered.

Having reclaimed much of the Midwest Region and forced Biafran soldiers back across the River Niger into Onitsha, the Nigerian Army arrived in Asaba on the 5th of October 1967 to find that the bridge between Asaba and Onitsha which they had hoped to cross in pursuit of the retreating Biafran army, had been blown up. 548 more words

Journal Entry

National Ceremonies and Tourette

In this post, I want to talk about Israeli national ceremonies and their effect on the Tourette during these ceremonies.

There is a connection between my mental situation and the severity level of the Tourette. 577 more words


Updates on the King

It’s been a while since the last article, so I wanted to update all of my readers on what has happened this summer. But before the update, I want to mention a couple thoughts that came to mind. 1,412 more words


South Korea: World's Longest Protest Over Comfort Women

25-year-old demonstration in Seoul draws international attention to Japan’s World War II sex slavery in occupied Asia.

SEOUL, South Korea – For the last 25 years, Koreans both young and old have gathered in front of the Japanese embassy in central Seoul every Wednesday – 1,300 times – making it the world’s longest-running protest. 861 more words


Police need public help identifying suspect after teen shot in Hampton

HAMPTON, Va. – The Hampton Police Division is looking for suspect(s) in connection to the shooting of 16-year-old Newport News male on Memorial Day, that occurred in the 2100 block of Victoria Blvd. 113 more words


Happy Labor Day Everyone! Today marks the non – official end of summer and I spent the last few days visiting Virginia Beach with my family trying to soak up the last few days of summer weather. 170 more words