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Rashida Tlaib - US News Headline

Rashida Tlaib was born on 24 July 1976. Rashida is a longtime resident of Detroit and the child of Palestinian immigrants. Rashida is a former Michigan State Representative where she served three terms and was appointed as the democratic vice chairwoman of the Appropriation Committee. Read Rashida Tlaib Biography and Profile.Read More →

Emmerson Mnangagwa - ZIMBABWE HEADLINES

Emmerson Mnangagwa, born September 15, 1946 in the central region of Zvishavane, he is a Karanga – the largest clan of Zimbabwe’s majority Shona community. Emmerson Mnangagwa is nicknamed “Ngwena,” or “The Crocodile.” In 1963, soon after modern Zimbabwe’s ruling party ZANU-PF was formed, Mnangagwa was part of the first group of young party leaders sent to China for military training. Upon his return, he earned his nickname by leading a group of fighters called the Crocodile Gang during the country’s war of independence against Rhodesia’s white-minority rule.

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Ahed Tamimi - Palestine News

Ahed Tamimi was born 31 January 2001. She is a Palestinian activist from the village of Nabi Salih in the occupied West Bank. She is best known for appearances in images and videos in which she confronts Israeli soldiers. Tamimi’s supporters consider her a symbol of resistance against Israeli occupation in the West Bank, and a courageous advocate for Palestinian autonomy; her detractors argue her acts are staged performances aimed at discrediting Israel.Read More →

Nelson Chamisa - Zimbabwe Headline Stories in Politics

At 6am, on a Thursday morning the 2nd of February 1978, a baby boy born of Alice and Sylvanus Chamisa was introduced to the world at the catholic Sillveria Mission in Masvingo. Nelson Chamisa was born and bred, encultured and educated in Masvingo. Read Nelson Chamisa Biography and Profile.Read More →

Major-General Qassem Soleimani - Qasem Soleimani - Iran News

Qasem Soleimani — usually referred to as Haj Qasem Soleimani by the Iranian media — was born on March 11, 1957, to a poor peasant family in the mountainous, sparsely populated village of Rabord near the town of Baft in the southeastern province of Kerman. What sort of role will General Qasem Soleimani play in Iran’s future? Only time will tell. But there is no question that, though he has preferred to stay in the shadows, he has long been one of the most powerful figures in the land.Read More →

Imran Khan - Pakistan News Headline

Imran Khan was born 5 October 1952 in Lahore, the son of a civil engineer. Khan grew up with his four sisters in a relatively affluent part of the city. He received a privileged education, first in his hometown and then in Worcester, England. It was there that Khan’s love and talent for the game of cricket became evident. In 1972, he enrolled at Oxford University to study politics and economics.Read More →

Brett Kavanaugh - USA NEWS HEADLINE

Judge Brett Kavanaugh was born on 12 February 1965. Judge Kavanaugh was appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on May 30, 2006, after his nomination by President George W. Bush and his confirmation by the Senate. Before his appointment to the Court, Judge Kavanaugh served for more than five years in the White House for President George W. Bush. From July 2003 until May 2006, he was Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary to the President. Read More →