5 PIECES OF NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS WEEK – November 30th

  1. “Gunman” Shoots People Inside A Planned Parenthood Clinic In Colorado
    So, this guy goes into a planned parenthood clinic and starts shooting people. It is understandable that he is anti-abortion, but that should stick to just opinion, not hurting and killing people. Then the Republican presidential candidates do not say anything about it. Does that say anything about the future of America? oh, and why is this guy a “gunman” and not a “terrorist”?
    Source: Aljazeera

  2. 52% of the Hamburg Residents Say NO To Hosting The 2024 Olympics
    Of course, the first thought that comes to mind is good, because these Olympics are going to cost 11 Billion Euros (12$ Bn). Meanwhile this is efficient German thinking, it also angered the heads of sports in Germany, because this reaction will cause the committee to think negatively of Germany when it comes to planning. However, Athletes think more about the attitude, because an attitude like that does not deserve medals.
    Source: BBC

  3. 900 Women Run For Public Office In Saudi Arabia
    We can sit here and complain about all the rules in Saudi Arabia, and meanwhile it is not our business how people run their country, this news should sound good to the ears because it is a major step. the 900 women as of now are only allowed to participate in the municipal level, but sure this will lead to greater change.
    Source: CNN

  4. Kobe Bryant Is Retiring From NBA
    Then he said this: “This season is all I have left to give. My heart can take the pounding. My mind can handle the grind but my body knows it’s time to say goodbye. And that’s OK. I’m ready to let you go.”
    Even if you did not know him, this is a big loss to the game. (go under blanket and cry)
    Source: The Guardian

  5. Turkey Comes To a 3 Million Deal with EU
    Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with the European Counsil President Donald Tusk in Belgium on Sunday, and came to the deal that Turkey would help regulate refugees for the price of 3 Million Euros and this was described as the “new beginning” by the Turkish side. This is believed to be a new collaboration forced by the Turkish to make better relations with the EU and perhaps join the European Union at a later stage.
    Source: Times of Oman



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