People trapped in Aleppo, Syria are saying their final goodbyes to the world over social media and it is heartbreaking..
Rebels in Syria ended on Tuesday after many years of fighting.
Foreign Minister Jean Marc Ayrault of France called the assault on Aleppo a “martyrdom.” In a statement he described “coldblooded murders of entire families on the ground who were deemed close to opposition..”
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights said —
“What is happening with Aleppo could repeat itself in Douma, in Raqqa, in Idlib,” he said Tuesday afternoon. “We cannot let this continue.”
Aleppo, Syria ( Tuesday )
At 9:53, PEOTUS and Kanye West emerged from the elevators and posed awkwardly before the scrum of cameras and reporters.
Asked by a reporter the purpose of their meeting, Mr. Trump said, “Just friends, just friends. He’s a good man. Long time. Friends for a long time.”
According to CNN :
West would not discuss the details of the meeting ignored questions about whether he plans on performing at Trump’s inauguration. He also ignored a question about whether he wishes he had voted for Trump.
“I just want to take a picture right now,” West said, smiling.
“You take care of yourself, I’ll see you soon,” Trump told West.
A reporter asked what did they discuss in there meeting and Mr. Trump replied with ” Life.. We discussed life”
Rapper Kanye West ignored the question– if he still want to run in 2020.
Kanye West in Trump Tower – Tuesday 9:00 AM
Earlier today there was an explosion that went off near the city’s main Coptic Christian cathedral, killing 25 people, many of them women and children.
Sources say Hundreds of Christian and Muslims protested outside Cairo’s St Mark’s Cathedral, hours after the blast.
Some Reporters say a bomb was lobbed into a chapel adjacent to one of the cathedral’s walls but the others said it was planted inside.
According to NY Times – The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe won a major victory on Sunday in its battle to block an oil pipeline being built near its reservation when the Department of the Army announced that it would not allow the pipeline to be drilled under a dammed section of the Missouri River.
There are 2.5 million miles of oil and gas pipelines in the United States. But thanks to a coalition of Native American and climate activists, about 20 miles of one of them—the the Dakota Access Pipeline—will now be rerouted away from a Sioux Reservation, according to statements from President Obama.
Tribal leaders still worry that the decision to change direction may not be permanent, especially with the incoming Trump administration, as well backers of the pipeline seeking to push the project ahead.
Still many of The standing Rock Sioux Tribe are celebrating there victory.