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Week In Review: Edition #1 – September 15th 2017

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This week has been one hell of a week in the news business.  Activists looking for a come-up;  a celeb divorce,  a child mow’s the White House Lawn (no joke), and more.  Today’s top story imprint has been curated by Saint Germaine and  Thomas  Watkins.

  1.  A Chicago girl died last weekend after being found in a hotel freezer.

If you’ve even remotely clicked on this newspaper,  you’ve probably heard about it. We’re going to politely direct you this way towards security footage; videos, and more related to the case [Kenneka archives]. 

2. The White House has us asking questions.

On Friday, uh, there was an 11-year-old child mowing the South Lawn of the White House. In case you’re thinking we’re joking, no we’re not, we’ve even collected video for your  viewing. He apparently had written to Donald Trump asking if he could mow the lawn.

The video in question.

3   Conservatives in America are suffering from a case of fire-crotch.

After Donald Trump  acknowledged that he had a secret meeting with Top Democratic leaders in the United States,  people, presumably, were not happy. Donald and Democratic leaders acknowledged that a “deal of sorts had been reached to keep DACA recipients in America”  a deal that would also apparently exclude the aforementioned border wall.

4.  Saudi Arabia may be in trouble.

Particularly, the Saudi Arabian Monarchy.   On Friday, we learned that the Monarchy is “attempting to crush any opposition to its ruling royal family” and has since arrested at least 40 people. International human rights groups are crying foul.   Read more about it, here. 

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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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