74 years old Kazungu Kandege Hamudi in class at Ganze Primary School in 2016 breaks into tears as he explains to journalists how he narrowly escaped death one of the reasons that make him go to school to seek refuge. 2nd February 2017. Photo Maureen Ongala
Friday, February 3, 2017
STARVING CHILD WHO WAS LEFT FOR DEAD BY HIS PARENTS WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A WITCH IS FULL OF JOY AS HE SETS OFF FOR HIS FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL ONE YEAR LATER AFTER AMAZING RECOVERY
Photographs of the little boy in Nigeria known as Hope broke the world's hearts last year (left) after a charity worker found him emaciated and riddled with worms after being abandoned. Having made a miraculous recovery, the now healthy-looking youngster set off to embark on his education in a strapping red outfit (right). Hope (inset) was dumped by his family because they thought he was a witch and was found in the streets by Anja Ringgren Loven, a Danish woman living in Africa, in January 2016
Trump: 'Schwarzenneger did a really bad job as Governor and even worse on Apprentice... but at least he tried hard'
'Yes, Arnold Schwarzenegger did a really bad job as Governor of California and even worse on the Apprentice...but at least he tried hard!' the president tweeted just before 6:30am Eastern Time.
Schwarzenegger, 69, is an Austrian immigrant. He cannot hold the office of president because he's not a natural born U.S. citizen.
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Why does the duchess always have a plaster on her hand? Clumsy Kate's catalogue of injuries to her perfectly manicured fingers
It would appear that The Duchess of Cambridge is prone to the odd cut and graze like the rest of us - as she often seems to have a plaster on her hand. Her otherwise faultless image - whether she is at the Christmas morning service (pictured left) or visiting a charity (centre top) - is often marred by the unsightly skin-coloured tape wrapped around one of her fingers or thumbs. There was much speculation over a plaster on Kate's right hand last month which appeared the day after she met the feline star of the film premier A Street Cat Named Bob. But royal staff remained tight-lipped as to whether or not the plaster was due to her encounter with the famous cat.