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Monday, 27 June 2016

Women Are More Interested In Sex Than You Think







Rarely are researchers’ findings so satisfying. Women may want more sex than their husbands or partners think.

New research by psychologists at the University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario, published earlier this month in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found that men in long-term relationships often underestimate how often their wives or girlfriends want to be intimate.

The research consists of three studies, following a total of 229 long-term couples, most of whom are heterosexual. (The sample of homosexual couples was too small to be statistically significant, the researchers say.) Participants ranged in age from 18 to 68 years old; the couples had been together six years on average, and they reported they had sex an average of one to two times a week.

In study one, 44 couples kept a diary for three weeks: Partners reported on their own level of sexual desire each day, as well as their perception of their partner’s level of desire and their level of relationship satisfaction. In study two, 84 couples came into the laboratory once and reported on the general levels of their desire, their perception of their partner’s desire and their happiness in the relationship. And in study three, 101 couples kept a diary for three weeks, reporting on the same three issues. They were also asked to report how motivated they were each day to avoid sexual rejection.

Friday, 24 June 2016

DAVID CAMERON ANNOUNCES HIS RESIGNATION - FULL STATEMENT





Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his resignation following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

In a speech given outside Downing Street this morning, he explained he would step down by October to ensure the country has a "strong, determined and committed leadership".

Here is Mr Cameron's speech in full:

"Good morning everyone, the country has just taken part in a giant democratic exercise, perhaps the biggest in our history.

Over 33 million people from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar have all had their say.

Friday, 17 June 2016

EURO 2016: ITALY vs SWEDEN - 1-0









Eder scored another late, late goal to send Italy through to the knockout stages after only two games and confirm Antonio Conte's team as one of the favourites to win Euro 2016. It was heartbreak for Sweden, whose future is hanging by a thread with only one point from two games, and Zlatan Ibrahmovic missed a chance to become the first man to score in four successive tournaments. The big Swede missed with a couple of headers and then put the ball over from a yard out, although he was offside on that occasion.
Report by GERRY COX AT THE STADIUM MUNICIPAL DE TOULOUSE


Reference: dailymail

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Pistorius Walks On Stumps During Murder Trial





Oscar Pistorius, the South African Paralympic and Olympic athlete, removed the prostheses he uses for walking and running in court on Wednesday in an effort to avoid a heavy jail sentence for killing his girlfriend with four shots from a 9mm handgun fired through a closed toilet door.


Pistorius, whose lower legs were amputated when he was 11 months old, removed his prostheses and made his way unsteadily across the courtroom.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

DOG IS BURIED AFTER HEROICALLY SAVING OWNER FROM TIGER





If anyone ever had a doubt about man’s best friend, they need only hear the story of Jacky to change their mind.In the state of Uttar Pradesh, India, there is a dog being heralded as a hero for giving his life up to save his owner.  Gurdev Singh, a farmer, was sleeping outside of his house which is located in a small village not far from the Dudhwa National Park.  Jacky, Singh’s every faithful companion, slept right beside him, until disturbed by a tiger he smelled in the immediate vicinity. Jacky tried to rouse Singh and alert him to the immanent danger.

Nigerian Colonel Emerges Best Graduand At U.S. War College






Nigerian Colonel Charles Opuene Nenjite beat 380 other postgraduate students to the top position at the U.S. War College (USAWC), Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Col Nengite's performance was the best by any foreigner in 38 years in the college


  • One of the best in the international fellows programmes at the USAWC
  • Col. Nengite bagged six awards for outstanding performance in different courses:
  • Distinguished Graduate award reserved for the top five fellows in his class of 381

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Trump Needs Psychological Help -Richard Wolffe




Donald Trump needs help. Not just help with all those pesky policy details that he can’t seem to master; not even help with a coherent political strategy for winning in November. He needs psychological help and he needs it now.

His unhinged reaction to the Orlando mass murders sends a clear message to his party and to voters in general: this presidential thing isn’t working out well for him or the nation.

At first, it was all too easy to dismiss his histrionics. His conspiracy theories about President Obama’s birth certificate were just a desperate cry for attention: an appeal to the fringes that made him the butt of all jokes.

OJB JEZREEL IS DEAD AT 49




Producer and singer, Babatunde Okungbowa, who is well known as OJB Jezreel has been reported dead. OJB The popular music producer last year talked about how he was down with kidney related disease, and consequently was flown to India for a transplant, two things pre-occupied his mind.

They were, the fear of the unknown and that of the mystery of death. But in the mix of these depressing thoughts, OJB did not give up the hope of cheating death. He went through the surgeon’s knife and came off successfully.

Russia Handed Suspended Disqualification Over Crowd Trouble - Euro-2016



Russia have been handed a final warning from UEFA with a 'suspended disqualification' from Euro 2016 imposed for their supporters' disorder during Saturday's 1-1 draw with England in Marseille.




Any further instances of crowd disturbance inside stadiums at Russia's matches this summer would see them thrown out of the tournament after the Russian Football Union (RFU) were charged with crowd disturbances, use of fireworks and racist behaviour.

Monday, 13 June 2016

Diezani Reacts To Al Jazeera Report, Says Even Market Women In Bodija Have Jewelry






Earlier today, Al Jazeera released a video report, claiming a house worth $18million and allegedly owned by Diezani had been seized by the EFCC in Abuja. They also claimed that jewelry worth millions of dollars belonging to the former Minister of Petroleum was also seized.

Reacting to the report, which has gone viral, Diezani said the report represented 'everything ridiculous and despicable about professional media practice and global best practices in the war against corruption.'. She said she's being demonized and that even market women have jewelry. Read the full statement personally signed by her and given exclusively to Signal after the cut...


ORLANDO MASS MURDERER ON FBI'S RADAR FOR YEARS






Omar Mateen -- the self-proclaimed ISIS follower who slaughtered 50 people at an Orlando gay nightclub -- was well known to the FBI, which just admitted he's been a terror suspect on and off since 2013.

FBI official Ronald Hopper just said in 2013 Mateen made, "inflammatory comments to coworkers," -- presumably terrorism related -- which caused the FBI to investigate and interview him ... not once, but twice.

The FBI closed the investigation because they could not connect him to a specific terrorist threat.

Thierry Henry Says France's Dimitri Payet Was 'HURT'









Dimitri Payet's stunning late winner against Romania in the opening game of Euro 2016 was redemption for the "hurt" he has endured in his France career, says Thierry Henry.

The Euro 2016 hosts were set for a draw against Romania when West Ham player Payet's sublime finish earned victory in the tournament's opening game.

"Tonight you saw a man who was hurt," former France and Arsenal striker Henry told BBC Radio 5 live.
"He showed tremendous desire."

Payet provided the cross for Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud to head France ahead before hitting a 30-yard finish after Bogdan Stancu had equalised from the penalty spot for Romania.

TEEN COMMITS SUICIDE AFTER SECRET VIDEO IS SHARED





Florida teen Tovonna Holton took her own life after a nude video of her was shared without her permission on Snapchat. (Photo: Facebook)

A family in Tampa expected to be celebrating the completion of 15-year-old Tovonna Holton’s freshman year at Wiregrass Ranch High School, but instead they’re preparing her funeral — and it’s all because of cyberbullying.

The teen used her mother’s handgun to take her own life this past Sunday after finding out that friends had allegedly filmed her taking a shower and posted it to Snapchat without her permission, according a report by Tampa news channel WFLA. “I said, ‘My baby! My baby!’” a visibly distraught Levon Holton-Teamer, Holton’s mother, recalled through tears in a video for WFLA. “I couldn’t get in the bathroom … so I tried to get in, and I look down. I seen a puddle of blood.” Holton-Teamer told the station that she tried to save her daughter by applying pressure to her head before dialing 911.

Sunday, 12 June 2016

Has Justin Bieber Gone Off The Rail?




The 22-year-old global pop star has been acting crazy for some years now but the young man has really gone off the rail this year.

On Wednesday, June 8, 2010 Justin Bieber got involved in a brawl with a man who was clearly bigger than him. The fight took place outside Bieber’s hotel at 11pm.


Justin Bieber sucking on a pacifier


South Africa Set New Visa Regulation For Nigeria





The South African High Commissioner to Nigeria, Lulu Mnguni, has reported his administration’s choice to initiate the issuance of 5-year visas to Nigerian experts, businessmen and other regular fliers.

Munguni said his administration was currently arranged to wipe out the troubles typically confronted by Nigerians when looking for South African visas.
The diplomat also said his government was moving away from having political diplomacy to more of economic diplomacy with Nigeria.

“There has been growing concerns from both Nigeria and South Africa on the issue of visas. There have been complaints by Nigerians on how they are treated when seeking visas,” he said.