We know that you are quite busy with your daily stuff. Therefore you don’t know what is happening across the globe. We have prepared a list in which you will read the top 10 stunning things that happened this week (12/8/17).
1. Yemen’s Former President Was Executed by Rebel Forces
Former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh was brutally executed. The Houthi caught wind of his plan, captured him as he tried to sneak out the country and killed him instantly.
2. International Criminal Court (ICC) Moved To Begin A Formal Investigation Of The UK
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has decided to begin a formal investigation on the mistreatment of detainees in Iraq by the UK.
3. The US Recognized Jerusalem As Israel’s Capital
President Trump fulfilled a campaign promise to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The decision was greeted with hostility from US allies in the Middle East.
4. Belgium’s Snowflake Prince Sued The Government
As the Belgian government considered cutting Prince €308,000 annual allowance by 15 percent, the spoiled prince sued them for breaching his human right.
5. Fake Terrorism Returned To Germany
The fake terrorist attack caused panic in Germany as a bomb found at the Potsdam Christmas market. The bomb was so poorly made that it didn’t explode when it was opened.
6. Wildfires Tore Into LA
Thousands upon thousands were forced to flee as fires spread across LA.
7. Former General Michael Flynn Struck A Plea Deal
Former General Michael Flynn struck a plea deal to provide Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign with information.
8. Japan Set A Date For Its Emperor’s Abdication
Japan set a date for Emperor Akihito’s coming abdication last Friday.
9. True Extent Of The Crisis In The Congo
1.7 million people have become internal refugees since August in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
10. Another Civil War- Cameroon
10 Stunning Things That Happened This Week (12/8/17)
Unfortunately, the situation in Cameroon is getting pathetic day-by-day. The country is heading towards civil war.