Originally posted on Life According to Uwanma:

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We don’t see how blacking out their thingy is protecting their dignity!

A couple of days ago, the peace in Umuka, Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State was shattered when a group of men of varying ages from young to middle-aged were caught engaging in group gay sex; what would better be described as an orgy.

An irate community tied them up and paraded them naked in disgraceful manner.

We all remember that Nigerian laws have no tolerance for gay/lesbian activities and has very harsh punishment for defaulters. Senate President, David Mark, a few days before this event re-emphasized the government’s position on this by stating that there are many good things Nigeria can learn and adopt from the western world but same sex marriages et al are not included.

However, it appears these men thought they were not very serious but unfortunately for them, they have set themselves up to be…

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Originally posted on KFWB NEWS TALK 980:

(AP) - Alicia Keys is adding her voice to the Super Bowl show.

The Grammy-winning R&B singer has been lined up to perform the national anthem before the NFL championship game on Feb. 3 in New Orleans, a person familiar with Super Bowl entertainment plans told The Associated Press on Friday.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the NFL has not yet announced the anthem singer.

Keys, who turns 32 next week, released her fifth studio album, “Girl on Fire,” late last year.

The Super Bowl teams will be determined this Sunday, when the San Francisco 49ers play the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC championship game, and the Baltimore Ravens face the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.

The NFL said in October that Beyonce will be the star of the halftime show at this year’s Super Bowl. She sang the national anthem at the 2004 NFL…

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Originally posted on The Truth about Syria:

Aleppo the well known city, is the capital of Syrian economy.  Everyone knew that because Aleppo was doing well Syria was fine.   For more than a year and a half, Arabic media as well as the Turkish government were making Aleppo their first priority knowing that to make break through in Syria you have to break Aleppo and turn it to Benghazi.   They were trying hard to film even one single protest to claim that the government is losing Aleppo and what they called the volcano of Aleppo turned to be a massive pro-Syria and pro-government movement that showed the solid decision to support the reformation, against the random killing and the interfering in the Syrian issues.

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The above pictures show a pro-government demonstration in Aleppo in 2012

Since then and they…

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