Glasses Malone ft Lupe Fiasco and Wyclef Jean. from his new album " Beach Cruiser".
Lupe sounds good. ( maybe i am just biased) ;)
A car bomb tore through the United Nations’ main office in Nigeria’s capital Friday, flattening one wing of the building and leaving an unknown number of people dead.A U.N. official in Geneva confirmed to CBS News that it was a bomb attack, and a Nigerian security official told Reuters news agency it was the result of a car bomb.“I saw scattered bodies,” said Michael Ofilaje, a UNICEF worker at the building. “Many people are dead.”He said it felt like “the blast came from the basement and shook the building.” The building, located in the same neighborhood as the U.S. embassy and other diplomatic posts in Abuja, had a huge hole punched in it.A medical worker at the scene told Reuters at least 10 people were killed and local media said as many as 40 more were injured, but the death toll was not immediately confirmed by officials and many more victims could still be buried by rubble.The building houses about 400 employees of the U.N. in Nigeria, including the majority of its offices.U.S. Embassy spokesperson Debbie MacLean tells CBS News that, as far as she is aware, no U.S. citizens were injured in the blast, but the embassy was still collecting details and the facts from the incident were still evolving rapidly.
A 7-month-old baby boy who was tossed from the fourth floor of a hospital parking structure died Wednesday, the same day his mother made an initial court appearance on charges of attempted murder and felony child abuse, a police spokesman said.The child died Wednesday morning at the University of California, Irvine, Medical Center and charges against the mother, Sonia Hermosillo, 31, will be upgraded to murder, said Sgt. Dan Adams, spokesman for the Orange Police Department.Prosecutors allege that Hermosillo removed a helmet that her son wore for a medical condition before tossing him from the parking structure at Children’s Hospital of Orange County late Monday. She then went back inside the hospital to validate her parking, senior deputy district attorney Scott Simmons said after Hermosillo’s hearing.Hermosillo’s husband, Noe Medina, told The Orange County Register in an interview Tuesday that his wife had been hospitalized for postpartum depression in June after she said she didn’t want their son, Noe Medina Jr., who was diagnosed with congenital muscular torticollis — a twisting of the neck to one side.
“She didn’t look at our son as normal,” Medina said. “She didn’t accept him. She didn’t accept that he was like this.”
An infant was critically injured after plunging at least two stories from a Southern California hospital’s parking structure, officials said.Authorities received a 911 call around 6:20 p.m. Monday after the incident on the grounds of the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Orange police Sgt. Dan Adams said officers were trying to locate an eyewitness who saw the child go over the rail.Investigators believe the child was either thrown or dropped, the Orange County Register reported.“We want to get our hands on the suspects,” Adams told the L.A. Times.The boy suffered critical injuries and was rushed to a trauma center at UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange for treatment.Police had no information on the baby’s identity or that of his parents. Adams said he didn’t know whether the baby had been treated at the children’s hospital.
The 12-minute message is the third from the Egyptian-born al-Zawahri since he was named al Qaeda’s new leader in June following the killing of Osama bin Laden by U.S. commandos in Pakistan.Wearing a white robe and turban with an automatic rifle at his side, al-Zawahri said the Muslim jihad, or holy war, against America “does not halt with the death of a commander or leader” — a clear reference to bin Laden.“Chase America, which killed the leader of the mujahedeen and threw his body into the sea,” he said. “Go after it so that history will say that God enabled his worshippers to attack a criminal country which has spread corruption in the world.”Shifting to the Middle East, al-Zawahri said the uprisings that toppled longtime autocrats in Tunisia and Egypt have presented al Qaeda an opening to spread its message.“In Tunisia and Egypt, opportunities for preaching have been opened and only God knows until when these opportunities will last,” he said. “Therefore, the Muslims and the mujahedeen should benefit and take advantage of them to reveal the truth.”