The country with the world's most powerful passport in 2019 is ... Japan. Again. It's the second time in a row that the Asian nation has come out on top in the index, which is revised quarterly. Japan retains its top spot as the world's most travel-friendly passport thanks to the document's access to 190 countries.
“I just wanna wholeheartedly endorse your use of and clarity of purpose when declaring your motherf***ing goal last week,” Jackson wrote. “Calling that muthaf****** a motherf****r is not an issue, calling that muthaf***** President Is!” Jackson then used the hashtag: “I just wanna wholeheartedly endorse your use of and clarity of purpose when declaring your motherf***ing goal last week,” Jackson wrote.
This award is very big for me, I love it because I saw it when I was young and I always had a dream to win it one day,” Salah said when collecting his trophy for his 2018 exploits. “I’m proud to win it twice, I must thank my family and my team mates, and I dedicate this award to my country, Egypt,” Mo Salah said.
Russia's recent activities in Sudan and the Central African Republic have been the subject of intense speculation. That's because along with renewed economic ties, private Russian military contractors are reported to have been active in both countries. This is particularly sensitive in Sudan, where there have been widespread, often violent anti-government protests.
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church says the data-gathering capacity of devices such as smartphones risks bringing humanity closer to the arrival of the Antichrist. In an interview shown Monday on state TV, Patriarch Kirill said the church does not oppose technological progress but is concerned that "someone can know exactly where you are, know exactly what you are interested in, know exactly what you are afraid of" and that such information could be used for centralized control of the world.