Manchester City FC will have to wait for a week or two to be called Premier League champions. This is after they were slammed 3-2 by second placed Manchester United today Saturday at The Etihad Stadium.
Brazil’s ex president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, has been demanded to turn himself to the authorities to serve a 12 year jail term he was supposed to after being convicted of corruption, The Guardian says.
Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian President, on Thursday in Abuja explained why he didn’t sign Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) among ECOWAS countries.
PMB’s Refusal To Sign
Liverpool fans have overtly thanked Arsenal FC after a stunning performance by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the Champions League quarter final against Manchester City on Wednesday.
The former Arsenal Player, Chamberlain, who joined Liverpool from Arsenal in January 2018, put up a standout
Chinese Government has banned the sales of Bibles online despite its government issuing a new document claiming that it allows freedom of worship.
The removal of Bibles on internet retailers is the latest restriction the country has placed on its really fast-growing Christian population.
Religious freedom campaigners are saying that freedom for Christians in China has been the worst it’s ever been.
Suppression on Christians in China means that crosses have been removed from churches, churches have been razed, and Christians suspected of worshiping at home have been bogged down.
A recent Chinese Government white paper on religious freedoms publicized this week argues that all religion must “adapt them to the socialist society”.
Paper listing official Communist Party policies added: “Religious disciples and non-disciples respect each other, and live in balance, committing themselves to ameliorate and open up and the socialist modernization, and contribute to the realization of the Chinese Dream of national regeneration.”