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  • UPDATE: Soulja Boy Not Buying $55 Million Jet: TMZ was Punked

    Jul 30, 11 by EurPublisher 4 Comments


    *It looks like Soulja Boy snookered TMZ (and us, too) with its recent report that he was buying a $55 million G5 jet for his 21st birthday on Thursday. Reuters is reporting that it’s not true. Here’s what The Buzz blog at AJC.com is reporting: It appears widely circulated media reports indicating the young rapper […]

  • Oh Really?!: Porn Found at bin Laden Compound

    May 13, 11 by EurPublisher 7 Comments


    *Didn’t see this one coming, but we just know every comedian on the planet is gonna have a field day with this one. U.S. officials have released information about several materials the Navy SEALs found in bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound, including Pepsi, Vaseline, and Avena syrup-a sexual stimulant, according to Reuters. The news service is […]

  • Report: Joblessness Soars for African-Americans in DC

    Oct 14, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *The U.S. economic recession was especially devastating to the job prospects and incomes of African-American residents of Washington, D.C., according to a new report on the majority black city’s labor market, according to Reuters. Overall, unemployment levels pushed to record highs in the nation’s capital during the longest and deepest recession since the end of […]

  • Disturbing Video: American Pilots Caught Shooting Journalists: Cover Up Exposed

    Apr 6, 10 by EurPublisher 2 Comments


    *A major military cover-up had been silenced … until now.  Back in 2007, two Reuters journalists lost their lives due to a gargantuan-size American military flub up.  But the military said they were right under their “Rules of Engagement,” according to WikiLeaks.  The video has been authenticated by the U.S. Military as well. The site, […]

  • Nigeria’s Acting President Dumps Cabinet

    Mar 18, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *Nigeria’s Acting President Goodluck Jonathan dissolved the cabinet on Wednesday in a bid to consolidate his authority at the helm of Africa’s most populous nation a month after he assumed executive powers. The surprise move heightens immediate uncertainty in the oil-producing nation of 140 million people, leaving civil servants in charge of ministries until new […]