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Lewis Hine’s Facebook birthday video has gone viral with more than 5 million views

After Lewis Hine a young 16-year old teenager posted a video online, it has been viewed more than five million times on Facebook and shared by many viewers.

Lewis Hine said the video was meant to raise awareness about brain tumor and also to celebrate his 16th birthday.. Lewis Hine, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor aged 17 months, wrote in his caption: “Today is my 16th Birthday please help me celebrate by watching and sharing my video to raise awareness. Thank you from Lewis”

 

Lewis said: “I put the video together as I wanted people to know that everyone has challenges in their lives and we all face them in own unique ways.

“My illness and disability is a massive challenge and, although it may define the length of my life, it won’t define how I live it.”

The Portsmouth teenager has undergone more than thirteen brain surgeries since his initial diagnosis to survive. Despite his tough hand in life, he also dedicates his time to helping others.

US and UK bans laptops from cabin baggage on flights from some countries

The ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone is said to be an anti-terrorist precaution. Although Phones are not affected. British Airways and EasyJet are among the airlines affected by the UK ban.

The nine airlines affected by the US ban are Royal Jordanian, EgyptAir, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways.

US officials said they have been given a deadline of 07:00 GMT on Saturday to impose the ban, adding that the restriction had no end date.

However, an Emirates spokeswoman told Reuters news agency the airline understood that the US directive would come into effect on 25 March and remain valid until 14 October 2017.

Airports like 1. Mohammed V International, Casablanca, Morocco. 2. Ataturk Airport, Istanbul, Turkey. 3. Cairo International Airport, Egypt. 4. Queen Alia International, Amman, Jordan. 5. King Abdulaziz International, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 6. King Khalid International, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 7. Kuwait International Airport. 8. Hamad International, Doha, Qatar. 9. Abu Dhabi International, United Arab Emirates. 10. Dubai International, United Arab Emirates are all affected by this new ban rule.

Downing Street has officially stated that airline passengers on fourteen carriers would not be able to carry laptops in cabin luggage on inbound direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

Lewis Hine’s Facebook birthday video has gone viral with more than 5 million views

After Lewis Hine a young 16-year old teenager posted a video online, it has been viewed more than five million times on Facebook and shared by many viewers.

Lewis Hine said the video was meant to raise awareness about brain tumor and also to celebrate his 16th birthday.. Lewis Hine, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor aged 17 months, wrote in his caption: “Today is my 16th Birthday please help me celebrate by watching and sharing my video to raise awareness. Thank you from Lewis”

 

Lewis said: “I put the video together as I wanted people to know that everyone has challenges in their lives and we all face them in own unique ways.

“My illness and disability is a massive challenge and, although it may define the length of my life, it won’t define how I live it.”

The Portsmouth teenager has undergone more than thirteen brain surgeries since his initial diagnosis to survive. Despite his tough hand in life, he also dedicates his time to helping others.

US and UK bans laptops from cabin baggage on flights from some countries

The ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone is said to be an anti-terrorist precaution. Although Phones are not affected. British Airways and EasyJet are among the airlines affected by the UK ban.

The nine airlines affected by the US ban are Royal Jordanian, EgyptAir, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways.

US officials said they have been given a deadline of 07:00 GMT on Saturday to impose the ban, adding that the restriction had no end date.

However, an Emirates spokeswoman told Reuters news agency the airline understood that the US directive would come into effect on 25 March and remain valid until 14 October 2017.

Airports like 1. Mohammed V International, Casablanca, Morocco. 2. Ataturk Airport, Istanbul, Turkey. 3. Cairo International Airport, Egypt. 4. Queen Alia International, Amman, Jordan. 5. King Abdulaziz International, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 6. King Khalid International, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 7. Kuwait International Airport. 8. Hamad International, Doha, Qatar. 9. Abu Dhabi International, United Arab Emirates. 10. Dubai International, United Arab Emirates are all affected by this new ban rule.

Downing Street has officially stated that airline passengers on fourteen carriers would not be able to carry laptops in cabin luggage on inbound direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

Germany has rejected Trump’s claim by saying it doesn’t owe U.S. money for NATO

On Saturday President Donald Trump in his tweet accused Germany of owing the United States “vast sums of money” for NATO. But Berlin has rejected his claim while also questioning his understanding of NATO finances.

On Sunday, the German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen called his criticism “inaccurate,” without mentioning the president’s name.

Trump’s tweet from his Florida resort, where he was spending the weekend, came the day after his first meeting with Germany’s leader. When a German reporter asked Trump if he regrets any of his commentary on Twitter, Trump said, “Very seldom.”

“NATO does not have a debt account,” von der Leyen said, according to her ministry. In reality, NATO has only a small logistical budget, which relies on funding by all member states. The vast majority of NATO members’ total resources are managed domestically.

The criticism echoed that of other experts, including former U.S. ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder said that: “Trump’s comments misrepresent the way NATO functions,…”. “The president keeps saying that we need to be paid by the Europeans for the fact that we have troops in Europe or provide defense there. But that’s not how it works.”

Von der Leyen Germany’s Defense Minister also indirectly criticized Trump’s plan to reduce funding for U.N. peacekeeping missions. She emphasized that German defense expenditure was not exclusively dedicated to NATO missions, and additional German funding would be used for U.N. peacekeeping missions, Von der Leyen further said: “For instance, what we want is a fair burden-sharing, and in order to achieve that, we need a modern understanding of security.”

In recent months, Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s outspoken vice chancellor and foreign minister, has even called Trump a “threat.”

Trump said that the U.S. ‘must be paid more’ to defend Germany

On Saturday President Donald Trump said that: “Germany owes “vast sums of money” to NATO and as a result of that the U.S. “must be paid more” for providing defense”, stating that European allies need to meet their end of the bargain, if they are to continue benefiting from the military alliance.

Trump’s tweet from his Florida resort, where he was spending the weekend, came the day after his first meeting with Germany’s leader. When a German reporter asked Trump if he regrets any of his commentary on Twitter, Trump said, “Very seldom.”

Here is what he wrote in his tweet: “Despite what you have heard from the FAKE NEWS, I had a GREAT meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel,” the president wrote. “Nevertheless, Germany owes … vast sums of money to NATO & the United States must be paid more for the powerful, and very expensive, defense it provides to Germany!”

Trump said that the US ‘must be paid more’ to defend Germany

On Saturday President Donald Trump said that: “Germany owes “vast sums of money” to NATO and as a result of that the U.S. “must be paid more” for providing defense”, stating that European allies need to meet their end of the bargain, if they are to continue benefiting from the military alliance.

Trump’s tweet from his Florida resort, where he was spending the weekend, came the day after his first meeting with Germany’s leader. When a German reporter asked Trump if he regrets any of his commentary on Twitter, Trump said, “Very seldom.”

Here is what he wrote in his tweet: “Despite what you have heard from the FAKE NEWS, I had a GREAT meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel,” the president wrote. “Nevertheless, Germany owes … vast sums of money to NATO & the United States must be paid more for the powerful, and very expensive, defense it provides to Germany!”

R&B Singer Kolly Dee becomes the first artist signed to World Nation Live Entertainment Inc.

R&B Singer Alade Kolade popularly known as ‘Kolly Dee’ when he was a medical student at Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University, Ukraine was known for his singing ability among most Africans living in Ukraine. ‘Kolly Dee’ also stood out to be one of the most popular African singers in Ukraine.

The R&B Sensation rose to stardom by just doing covers of different popular music and posting them on social media. Then later he released his first single ‘One more try’ which became a hit not only within Ukraine but in his homeland Nigeria and in some other countries within Africa.

Kolly Dee graduated in 2016 from Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University, Ukraine and left for his homeland Nigeria. After leaving Ukraine Kolly Dee has yet struck another deal with Clearwave Telecommunications, Inc. ( OTC PINK : CWTC ) and World Nation Live Entertainment, Inc. making him the first artist signed under their label.

Darryl Payne, President & CEO, says, “I feel Kolly Dee has all the tools to become an International superstar. Kolly’s writing and singing ability gives our company a true talent in all facets.”

Prince Nnamdi Adigwu, Managing Director Africa, says, “Kolly Dee’s music possesses the originality that is missing in today’s R&B. His music is coupled with top notch song writing skills. I’m excited to have brought this young and amazing artist to World Nation Live Entertainment Inc. We hope to break barriers and make history together.”

Kolly dee as a graduate of medicine.

“We at Podium Vybez are thrilled to be in partnership with the legendary Darryl Payne and World Nation Live Entertainment Inc. I am especially happy at the opportunity to take Kolly Dee global and showcase this talented artist to the world.” Tochukwu Toks Young Umezulike said.

Clearwave Telecommunications, Inc. has requested a name change to World Nation Live Entertainment, Inc. A symbol change to be advised upon completion of appropriate filings with FINRA. They are currently in the process of catching up on all required outstanding reporting.

The company ‘Kolly dee’ got signed into now known as ‘World Nation Live Entertainment’ has acquired rights in the following categories: Music, Movie, Film Libraries, Radio Stations, TV Stations, Representation of Celebrities’ Estates, and TV Show Rights.

Ex- Los Angeles County Sheriff convicted of obstruction of Justice and lying

Lee Baca, 74 was convicted Wednesday of helping to obstruct the 2011 FBI investigation into corrupt guards who savagely beat inmates in his jails and bribes to smuggle contraband into the jails, he was also convicted of lying about trying to obstruct the probe.

He now faces up to 20 years in prison for directing deputies in 2011 to hide informant from FBI agents who were investigating the abuse of inmates in the county jails.

“As the former leader of one of the largest municipal law enforcement agencies in this nation, Lee Baca knew what was right and what was wrong,” Acting U.S. Atty. Sandra Brown said at a late afternoon press conference. “And he made a decision. That decision was to commit a crime.”

Brown said the investigation ultimately changed the department, leading to a monitor for the jails and a fundamental change in the culture.

In addition to tarnishing his reputation as a policing innovator and jail reformer, the conviction threatens to put Baca, 74, who is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, behind bars for up to 20 years.

“I disagree with the particular verdict,” Baca said. “You’ve known me for a long time. I am a faith-based person. My mentality is always optimistic and I look forward to winning on appeal.”

“I love the people of Los Angeles County. I love the United States of America and I love diversity,” he continued. “It’s just a privilege to be alive.”

“My mentality is always optimistic,” Baca said, reading from notes. “I look forward to winning on appeal.”

Following the verdict, Baca thanked his family, friends, legal team and supporters.

California mother arrested for intentionally leaving her daughter in a grocery store

After appealing to the public, police arrested Chiengkham ‘Cindy’ Vilaysane, and are reportedly ‘100 per cent confident’ she is the mother of the toddler. Below are also some videos from ‘MailOnline’ telling us more about the news.

The child wandered away from Vilaysane while in the store, and at one point when another shopper brought her back to the mother, she reportedly said to the other shopper ‘just leave her’.

Vilaysane then continued her shopping, checked out at the cashier’s desk, and left without her daughter. The girl was found around 5pm at the Food-4-Less on Van Buren Boulevard in Riverdale, unharmed but alone.

It has been said that for Vilaysane to act in such a way, maybe she had a lot going through her mind like financial issues and stress from her ‘husband to be’ because she posted a number of lovely photos on Facebook of herself and her daughter some months back and then on March 2 she posted that she was ‘ready to leave whenever’ with her ‘husband to be’