Sunday, July 31, 2016

GLOBAL NEWS BRIEFINGz group on Whatsapp - Updates July 31, 2016

We have 3 groups and they each have 5 Admins.

We have only one one rule (besides writing proper English), everything anyone shares in the group must provide a source.

We get more breaking stories before most media in Uganda gets it because we follow the sun.  Watch the next article on Global teams.

At any given hour, there is one of us in a different timezone who is awake and who updates the teams.

We will keep the world promptly informed.  En plus, everyone has to report on the events in their immediate community.  We are all volunteers because money does not pay for everything and in any case we all have other sources of income. The beauty is even that we all work in different industries so we also report on things besides people killing each other.

[31/07, 6:11 p.m.] Germany sees increase in gun sales amid lone wolf terror attacks... Customers are coming from all sections of the society, be it ordinary workers or professors'
[31/07, 6:14 p.m.] Mark: If you are a consumer of yoghurt in Britain, pause a little bit. 25 yogurt brands have been recalled amidst rumors of contamination with rubber fragments..

[31/07, 6:16 p.m.] A notice issued by the Food Standards Agency said the products "may contain small pieces of rubber".
[31/07, 6:24 p.m.] Kyosan T. F. Katthagen: Afghan capital rocked by explosion - after power went of. @Russia Today

[31/07, 6:25 p.m.] Horror as 19 trapped on South Bank fairground ride – including KIDS
FIREFIGHTERS rescued 19 kids and adults who were trapped on a fairground ride on London's South Bank for three-and-a-half hours.
[31/07, 6:34 p.m.]  🙏🏾Merci beaucoup🙏🏾
[31/07, 6:35 p.m.]  After all we are here to brief each other about Global events

[31/07, 8:06 p.m.] Make sure you're keeping safe from computer vision syndrome.

[31/07, 8:07 p.m.] The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement on Saturday, in which it explained the reasons why Egypt refrained from voting on the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) decision to intervene in Burundi.

[31/07, 8:30 p.m.] UPDATE: The Taliban confirms that they were targeting wealthy foreigners, not Afghan residents with the terror strike that shook the entire Afghan city of Kabul causing a citywide electricity outage. There are no reports on casualties from this major terror attack. #Kabul #KabulBlast #Taliban

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