Today marks 21 years since the start of the 100-day Rwandan Genocide, which left between 500,000 and 800,000 dead with historical accounts pushing that number closer to 1 million. The mass slaughter in Rwanda was the byproduct of the ruling government’s quest for dominance over another clan in the African nation.
Chief Keef recently announced that Bang 3 will now be his sophomore album. But that’s isn’t where it ends, as he returns with new track to start your weekends off right titled “War.”
It wouldn’t be a stretch to think that the Navy SEAL Team 6 members responsible for killing wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden in 2011 got rewarded handsomely for their efforts. According to an exclusive interview from the soldier who fired the fatal shots into bin Laden, life as a civilian has been a struggle.
Women will be allowed to fight in combat alongside their male counterparts. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced plans to lift the ban barring women from battle during a Pentagon news conference today. The dissolution of a longstanding gender barrier will open upwards of 230,000 combat positions for women in the military.