The Kremlin is getting ready to expel dozens of American diplomats from Russia. In response to the recent round of US sanctions against Russia, Moscow is planning to strike back by expelling at least 30 American diplomats and seizing US state property in the country, a senior Kremlin official told Russian newspaper Izvestiya. Andrey Klimov, a senator in the upper house of Russia's parliament, told Izvestiya that Russia had already waited more than six months for the Trump administration to improve the relationship between the two countries and was now forced to strike back.
"We are forced to draw a line and answer in a similar way," Klimov told Izvestiya. "These moves are not meant as our attempts to show our negative attitudes toward the Trump administration but rather as evidence of the fact that Russia is a strong nation that deserves respectable treatment." The move comes after the US expelled 35 Russian diplomats and seized Russian diplomatic compounds in Mary…
All is definitely not well with Blac Chyna and Robert Kardashian.The reality star and sock entrepreneur has gone off on how Blac Chyna cheated on him with an unknown guy. According to him, he paid for her Ferrari and tummy tuck after their baby was born on their anniversary. He wrote, "Everyone wonders how Chyna lost all that weight after the baby and she lies to everyone but no I'm such a great Husband that on our anniversary I paid 100K to do this surgery to get all everything fixed as much as they could. And then guess what she did after she was all healed when I was by her side the entire time. She left me and my baby which she had out of spite to get back at her other baby daddy. I can't believe u would disrespect me like this." He goes on to reveal he has been taking care of their little girl, Dream, since Chyna refused to stop doing drugs and cocaine and other x-rated things. It doesn't end there, apparently the model sent him a photo of herself kissing anothe…
Nigeria’s biggest football website, Goal.com, and the University of Sussex are welcoming entries from suitably qualified candidates for the #WritingGamesNG 2017 essay competition.
Leading up to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the title of this year’s competition is: “Making Nigerian football attractive in a digital age”. The essay is open from August 21 to September 11, 2017.
The competition is created to spur young Nigerians to write using football as a vehicle to explore their imagination.
The #WritingGamesNG competition is open to two categories of entrants this year. Category 1, sponsored by Goal.com and the University of Sussex, is for final year undergraduates of Nigerian higher institutions/NYSC personnel across the country.
Category 2, sponsored by the Study Group, is for final year secondary school students and seniors in sixth form colleges from all over the country.
All the entrants in the top 10 in both categories will be invited to an awards reception in Lagos in September.