Archive for October, 2016

Bobby Kennedy III mocks Donald Trump with Instagram photo of toilet paper with nominee's face

Monday, October 17th, 2016:

A member of the Kennedy clan is once again mocking Donald Trump on social media. Bobby Kennedy III, the oldest son of Robert Jr. and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, posted a photo last month of toilet paper covered with Trump’s face. That move came just a few months after his half-sister Kathleen, better known as Kick, posted a photo showing the family had a Donald Trump pinata at their Fourth of July party. TP: Bobby Kennedy III, 32, posted a photo on Instagram of toilet paper featuring Donald Trump’s face (above) Family: Bobby is the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy and the […] Read More →

Bombers storm back against Lions to take 2nd in West

Saturday, October 15th, 2016:

Justin Medlock kicked his seventh field goal of the game from 24 yards out with 14 seconds left on the clock Friday as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the B.C. Lions 35-32. Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols threw for one touchdown and rushed for another. With the victory, the Blue Bombers (10-6) moved past the Lions (9-6) for second in the West Division standings and won the season series between the clubs after last weekend’s wild 37-35 victory over B.C. in Winnipeg. Calgary (13-1-1) is dominating the division, but the runner-up will host the West semifinal, and the Blue Bombers […] Read More →

Haitians blame fatal crash on U.N. peacekeepers as storm aid anger grows

Friday, October 14th, 2016:

By Makini Brice | LES CAYES LES CAYES Haitians on Thursday protested against the death of a motorcyclist in an accident they blamed on blue-helmeted peacekeepers, adding to a spate of incidents the United Nations says is affecting delivery of relief after Hurricane Matthew.The category 4 hurricane tore through Haiti on Oct. 4, killing about 1,000 people and leaving more than 1.4 million in need of humanitarian aid, including 175,000 made homeless, besides disrupting power, communications and transport links. An international relief effort headed by the Haitian government has accelerated this week, but tempers are running high across the hard-hit […] Read More →

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