Gikuyu Bulletin: May 2022 news highlights in the world

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Gikuyu Bulletin news highlight for May! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:

A British woman who was held captive for a decade by her husband in Kenya has been freed and returned to the UK. The Kenyan government has been criticized for not doing enough to free her. The couple is now being investigated for the murder of her husband.

The president of the Philippines is facing a challenge to his power in the country’s first ever recall election. A coalition of opposition parties is calling for the ouster of President Rodrigo Duterte, who has been accused of human rights abuses.

A US military helicopter crashed in Iraq, killing all eight people on board. It is the first US military casualty in Iraq since the US-led invasion in 2003. The chopper went down in the country’s Al Anbar province.

A 14-year-old boy was shot and killed by police in the US state of Georgia. Police say the teen was carrying a weapon and was shot after he pointed it at them.

A court in the Philippines has sentenced a US national to death for the murder of a pregnant woman. Anthony Ray Hinton was convicted of raping and murdering Jennifer Laude, a 26-year-old pregnant mother of two.

a US judge rules that Trump’s executive order to ban people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US is unconstitutional; a new report says that the HIV epidemic in the US is growing at an alarming rate; and more!

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Gikuyu Bulletin news highlight for May! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following: a US judge rules that Trump’s executive order to ban people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US is unconstitutional; a new report says that the HIV epidemic in the US is growing at an alarming rate; and more!

The US judge ruled that Trump’s executive order is unconstitutional because it is discriminatory against Muslims.

US District Judge James Robart, who was appointed by President George W. Bush, said the order “drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination.”

In the US, the judge said, “It is the rare case in which a court order stands as a testament to the great virtue of the democratic process.

Kenya’s Supreme Court, acting on a petition by the country’s main opposition leader, has annulled the election results and set a fresh poll for August 8. President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner of the August 8 polls. The country’s president is under fire for allegedly ordering the murder of an election rival and a witness to the crime. A top opposition figure says that he has evidence that Kenyatta and his deputy are behind the murder of a former police officer who is one of two people who can testify against the president. Meanwhile, the US military says it is in Somalia to support a “security transition” there. A court in the United States has ruled that President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, must testify in the criminal investigation into the president’s campaign. And the governor of Illinois says that she has not ruled out a run for the US presidency in 2020.

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