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Before he was adopted and taken to America when his parents died in a car accident Trump was born in Pakistan according to the News.
A bizarre claim that Donald Trump was born in Pakistan before being adopted and taken to America has emerged online.
Pakistani news channel Neo News ran an extraordinary report suggesting that the President-elect was born as Dawood Ibrahim Khan in Waziristan in 1946.
Viewers immediately ridiculed the story, which was aired on Neo News last month before the election but has recently re-surfaced.
In the news report, the presenter claims: 'Believe it or not, Presidential candidate Donald Trump was born in Pakistan and not in America.'
The news channel also showed a picture of a young blond boy, which they claimed was a young Trump in Pakistan.
The bizarre theory is that Trump was taken to London by a British-Indian army captain, after his birth parents died in a car accident, before being adopted and taken to America in 1955.
Social media users took to Twitter to mock the news report.
One person tweeted: 'Seriously!????!!! . Pakistani news channel claims Trump was born in Pakistan !!! Seriously ????'
Another said 'This is insane', while one person simply added: 'Lol... Pakistani media is reporting Donald Trump was born in Pakistan!'
A series of unfounded tweets appear to be have been behind the report, with one person suggesting that Trump had been born into a Muslim family.
Prior to standing for President, Trump himself had for months fueled conspiracy theories over whether Barack Obama was born in the US, and thus eligible to be president.
An exasperated Obama called this nonsense and held a press conference in 2011 to show off his birth certificate, which stated that he was born in Hawaii.
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The leader of the jihadist group Boko Haram has reacted to the election of Donald Trump to the White House with a warning that “the war has just begun” against the West. .
“Do not be overwhelmed by people like Donald Trump and the global coalition fighting our brethren in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and everywhere,” Abubakar Shekau said in an audio message posted on YouTube late Sunday.
“We remain steadfast on our faith and we will not stop,” he said in the hour-long message. “To us, the war has just begun.”
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The finalized ranking relies on over 50 factors to determine a given nation's Power Index ("PwrIndx") score. This allows smaller, though more technologically-advanced, nations to compete with larger, lesser-developed ones. Modifiers in the form of bonuses and penalties are added to refine the list. Some things to observe in regards to the finalized ranking:
• Ranking does not simply rely on the total number of weapons available to any one country but rather focuses on weapon diversity within the number totals to provide a better balance of firepower available (i.e. fielding 100 minesweepers does not equal the strategic and tactical value of fielding 10 aircraft carriers).
• Nuclear stockpiles are NOT taken into account but recognized / suspected nuclear powers receive a bonus.
• Geographical factors, logistical flexibility, natural resources and local industry influence the final ranking.
• Available manpower is a key consideration; nations with large populations tend to rank higher.
• Land-locked nations are NOT penalized for lack of a navy; naval powers ARE penalized for lack of diversity in available assets.
• NATO allies receive a slight bonus due to the theoretical sharing of resources.
• Current political / military leadership is NOT taken into account.
As of 4/1/2016 there are a total of (126) countries included in the GFP database.0.0897 - United States of America (North America; NATO)0.0964 - Russia (Asia)0.0988 - China (Asia)0.1661 - India (Asia)0.1993 - France (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.2164 - United Kingdom (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.2466 - Japan (Asia)0.2623 - Turkey (Asia; Middle East; NATO)0.2646 - Germany (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.2724 - Italy (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.2824 - South Korea (Asia)0.3056 - Egypt (Africa; Middle East)0.3246 - Pakistan (Asia)0.3354 - Indonesia (Asia; Southeast)0.3359 - Brazil (South America; Latin)0.3591 - Israel (Middle East)0.3684 - Vietnam (Asia; Southeast)0.3909 - Poland (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.3958 - Taiwan (Asia)0.4068 - Thailand (Asia; Southeast)0.4071 - Iran (Middle East)0.4192 - Canada (North America; NATO)0.4209 - Australia (Asia)0.4335 - Saudi Arabia (Middle East)0.4442 - North Korea (Asia)0.4514 - Algeria (Africa)0.4913 - Spain (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.5147 - Greece (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.5774 - Sweden (Scandanavia; Eunion)0.5867 - Ukraine (Europe)0.6286 - Mexico (North America; Latin)0.6378 - Czech Republic (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.6584 - Myanmar (Asia; Southeast)0.6679 - Malaysia (Asia; Southeast)0.7073 - Argentina (South America; Latin)0.7078 - Syria (Middle East)0.7112 - Switzerland (Europe)0.7147 - Norway (Scandanavia; NATO)0.7182 - Netherlands (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.7501 - Peru (South America)0.7502 - Colombia (South America; Latin)0.7619 - Ethiopia (Africa)(46th)0.7744 - Romania (Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.7856 - Nigeria (Africa)0.7882 - Venezuela (South America; Latin)0.8252 - South Africa (Africa)0.8283 - Chile (South America; Latin)0.8384 - Uzbekistan (Asia)0.8449 - Belarus (Europe)0.8453 - Denmark (Scandanavia; Europe; NATO; Eunion)0.8661 - Philippines (Asia; Southeast)0.8683 - Bangladesh (Asia)0.8722 - Kazakhstan (Asia)0.8878 - Angola (Africa)0.8952 - Finland (Scandanavia; Eunion)0.9011 - Morocco (Africa)0.9135 - Austria (Europe; Eunion)0.9301 - United Arab Emirates (Middle East)0.9342 - Iraq (Middle East)0.9349 - Azerbaijan (Asia)0.9678 - Yemen (Middle East)1.0007 - Hungary (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.0199 - Portugal (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.0241 - Singapore (Asia; Southeast)1.0391 - Belgium (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.0611 - Afghanistan (Asia)1.0657 - Bulgaria (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.0733 - Croatia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.1582 - Ecuador (South America)1.2354 - Jordan (Middle East)1.2356 - Sudan (Africa)1.3169 - Libya (Africa)1.3384 - Democratic Republic of the Congo (Africa)1.3687 - Slovakia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.3731 - Kenya (Africa)1.4089 - Tunisia (Africa)1.4219 - Oman (Middle East)1.4601 - Kuwait (Middle East)1.4637 - Cuba (Central America)1.5148 - Georgia (Asia)1.5483 - Bolivia (South America)1.5508 - Zimbabwe (Africa)1.5868 - Serbia (Europe)1.6268 - Sri Lanka (Asia)1.6539 - Zambia (Africa)1.6722 - Turkmenistan (Asia)1.7981 - Mongolia (Asia)1.8224 - Cambodia (Asia; Southeast)1.8307 - Chad (Africa)1.8564 - Albania (Europe; NATO)1.8778 - Bahrain (Middle East)1.8793 - Uganda (Africa)1.8956 - Qatar (Middle East)1.9113 - Armenia (Asia)1.9243 - Lebanon (Middle East)1.9561 - Tanzania (Africa)1.9598 - Lithuania (Europe; NATO; Eunion)1.9741 - Nepal (Asia)1.9801 - South Sudan (Africa)2.0476 - Ghana (Africa)2.0791 - New Zealand (Asia)2.1576 - Guatemala (South America)2.1777 - Latvia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)2.2177 - Paraguay (South America; Latin)2.2291 - Uruguay (South America; Latin)2.2407 - Cameroon (Africa)2.2971 - Honduras (Central America)2.3061 - Mozambique (Africa)2.3138 - Estonia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)2.3158 - Kyrgyzstan (Asia)2.3958 - Slovenia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)2.4322 - Tajikistan (Asia)2.4372 - Nicaragua (Central America)2.4719 - Niger (Africa)2.4901 - Ivory Coast (Africa)2.6638 - Mali (Africa)2.7535 - Madagascar (Africa)2.8204 - Gabon (Africa)2.8447 - Republic of the Congo (Africa)2.8574 - Bosnia and Herzegovina (Europe)2.8947 - Laos (Asia; Southeast)3.0997 - El Salvador (Central America)3.2877 - Panama (Central America)3.3534 - Namibia (Africa)3.4241 - Somalia (Africa)3.7343 - Central African Republic (Africa)
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Ethiopia and other neighboring countries like Uganda and Kenya are not needed by the south Sudanese in the contribution of 4,000-strong protection force proposed to be deployed to the war-torn nation.
According to the Global Times the president spokes person said “We have not rejected the protection force but rather that the troop contributing countries must be not within the borders,"
Following renewed fighting in July between South Sudan's rival army it was the IGAD who proposed the deployment of the protection force, which is now requested by the south Sudan for the forces not to be from the neighboring countries.