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  • 2 Children Were Bombed To Death Inside A School Complex As Massive Air Strikes Continue In Syria

    Wednesday morning, a village in Syria’s rebel-held Idlib province underwent a severe series of airstrikes, killing more than 2 dozen people. The raid hit a residential area and a school, leaving no way for the residents to escape.

    “It’s horrible, horrible. I hope we were not involved.” said the Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin.

     

     

     

     

    Pictures taken from the site show several casualties that left several children bleeding to death.

    Parents were soon called to identify the bodies of their children.

     

    The local mosque dismissed prayers for the day and called the fathers who lost their children.

     

    “warplanes — either Russia or Syrian — carried out six strikes,of,” said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

    Right after the attack, several photographs started surfacing on social media. There was one with a child’s arm, seared off above the elbow, still clutching the strap of a dusty backpack. There was another one with two kids lying on the ground with their school bags.

     

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  • Pakistani Chaiwala’s Super-Duper Makeover! Girls Will Feel Like Marrying Him Right Away….

    Arshad Chaiwala had become super-duper popular overnight. Yes, this blue-eyed chaiwala was spotted by Jiah Khan on his ‘Tapri’ and soon she shared his pic online and made him a star. Ever since girls have seen his killing looks, they have fallen for him and many of them actually went all the way to his tea stall to take selfies with him. It was definitely a TRANSFORMATION for Arshad Khan.

     

    Very soon, he secured a modeling contract, thereby reaching pinnacle of success. He might have never imagined that such things are ever going to happen to them. Forget Pakistanis, even Indians started admiring him.

    Now, once again Arshad has got a makeover and after looking at his pics, you will definitely want to marry him. What happened was that the chaiwala had appeared on a Pakistani talk show, wherein they decided to give him a makeover. Want to have a look at his photos? Here you go…

     And he’s here….

    And he’s here….

    Ladies are dying for selfies!

     Feel like marrying him right away!

     Lucky him!

    @rajnikantvscidjokes.in

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  • Internet Users Are Calling For Michelle Obama To Run For President In 2020

    Republican Donald Trump stunned the world by defeating favorite Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, ending eight years of Democratic rule and sending the United States on a never taken path.

    A wealthy real-estate developer and former reality TV host, Trump rode to the White House on a wave of anger and resentment against Washington insiders to win the race for the top job. His Opponent on the other hand was someone whose resume included stints as a first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state.

    Voters who were in complete disbelief with Trump's spectacular and unexpected victory, were disappointed that the country failed to elect its first woman President.

    But like they say those who believe in hope, never give up.

    And Americans aren't giving up just as yet.

    The people of America are calling out to Michelle Obama to run for the President in 2020. In fact, the voices on social media platforms have been so strong that the hashtag #Michelle2020 started trending soon after Trump's win.

    The First Lady who is extremely popular among Americans and was lauded for several of her speeches during Hillary Clinton's campaign rallies, is already emerging as the one to take down President Trump next time the elections happen.

    Here's how support for Michelle from all quarters have been pouring in to run for the 2020 US presidential elections.

    But like they say those who believe in hope, never give up.

    And Americans aren't giving up just as yet.

    The people of America are calling out to Michelle Obama to run for the President in 2020. In fact, the voices on social media platforms have been so strong that the hashtag #Michelle2020 started trending soon after Trump's win.

    The First Lady who is extremely popular among Americans and was lauded for several of her speeches during Hillary Clinton's campaign rallies, is already emerging as the one to take down President Trump next time the elections happen.

    Here's how support for Michelle from all quarters have been pouring in to run for the 2020 US presidential elections.

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  • History wiped out: Shocking before and after photos show Aleppo's Old City in catastrophic ruins after almost five years of bloody fighting

     Before the war, Aleppo's ancient walled citadel drew in armies of visitors to one of the Middle East's greatest treasures.

    But for the past four years the Citadel's high stone ramparts have been on the front line of fighting pitting the Syrian army and its allies against rebels who occupied much of the Old City surrounding the fortress.

    Sudden advances by the army led to a ceasefire last week and evacuation of insurgents and many civilians, ending the warfare in Aleppo and putting the city entirely into government hands.

    Reuters photographs from before and after the fighting reveal how the city has been scarred by years of air strikes, shelling, street fighting, fires and neglect.

    The Old City of Aleppo, Syria, is pictured left on November 24, 2008. Now, a photo taken on December 13 this year (right), shows it in a state of utter destruction

    The fate of Aleppo, listed by the United Nations as a World Heritage Site, has been the subject of great anxiety for city residents, archaeologists, historians and travellers, even as they despair for the human suffering caused by the fighting.

    'We are now exactly in front of the Citadel's entrance. These streets are very familiar. My school was nearby. Now, only part of it is left,' said Abdel Rahman Berry, a lawyer. 'It was ruined. They ravaged our childhood memories,' he added.

    Large sections of Aleppo's Islamic-era covered market or souk, one of the most extensive in the world, were destroyed in clashes in 2012 and 2013, and the 11th century minaret of the Umayyad mosque was brought down by shelling.

     

    Pictured is Aleppo's Umayyad mosque (left) on October 6, 2010 before it was damaged. The once gleaming marble floor is now covered in dust and rubble (right) on December 17, 2016

    The Old City of Aleppo, Syria, is pictured left on November 24, 2008. Now, a photo taken on December 13 this year (right), shows it in a state of utter destruction

    The fate of Aleppo, listed by the United Nations as a World Heritage Site, has been the subject of great anxiety for city residents, archaeologists, historians and travellers, even as they despair for the human suffering caused by the fighting.

    'We are now exactly in front of the Citadel's entrance. These streets are very familiar. My school was nearby. Now, only part of it is left,' said Abdel Rahman Berry, a lawyer. 'It was ruined. They ravaged our childhood memories,' he added.

    Large sections of Aleppo's Islamic-era covered market or souk, one of the most extensive in the world, were destroyed in clashes in 2012 and 2013, and the 11th century minaret of the Umayyad mosque was brought down by shelling.

     

    Aleppo's Umayyad mosque (pictured, left, on March 12, 2009) was badly hit during the war. Rubble is now strewn across its floor and the remains of its ancient stone minaret lay in a heap in one corner (right)

    During a visit to the Old City and inside the Umayyad mosque with the Syrian army, reporters were shown rubble-strewn streets and scorched walls that were once part of the souk, pocked with bullet holes and daubed with slogans.

    The Umayyad mosque was also scarred by the fighting, and the remains of its ancient stone minaret lay in a heap in one corner where it had collapsed after suffering a direct hit, but despite damage, its elegant floor and arcaded walls remained. 

    While the city, one of the oldest continuously habited in the world, was split into warring government and rebel sectors, the army retained control of the citadel even when it was surrounded by insurgents on three sides and could only be accessed by a tunnel.

    'There were around 25 of us protecting the citadel. We used to switch with armed men who were stationed in the old market through a tunnel that was dug underneath,' said a Syrian soldier from the Citadel's garrison.



    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4054104/WIDER-IMAGE-After-battle-Aleppo-shows-scars.html#ixzz4TY7sOYvC 
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