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Friday, 30 June 2017

8 Hottest Indian Women On Instagram Every Guy Should Follow This Year




Instagram is continuously transforming our culture. More than five million photos are uploaded to the Instagram each day. This calls for a severe competition. Leaving a mark and gaining followers is becoming tough, expect for those who truly shines.
We are Offering a compiled list of eight extremely gorgeous and hottest Indian ladies on Instagram. By no means this list is comprehensive, but these are our favorite picks for now. These women will surely set your Instagram timeline on fire.
Happy Instagramming 😍😍

Find out how Tia Mowry Lost 20 Lbs. Dieting and Using Her Cookbook. You will love it

Tia Mowry is showing off her trim figure, thanks to her healthier-than-ever new diet.
Earlier today, the TV twin (and real life one, too) posted a revealing pic of herself on Instagram, wearing a baggy top and leggings. In the image, the 38-year-old showed off her weight loss by pulling up her shirt and highlighting her tight tum.
Along with the photo, the actress/Cooking Channel star wrote,  "I've lost 20 pounds! Many asked how? Diet and cooking out of my cook book #wholenewyou."

A man who predicted he'd marry his preschool sweetheart when he was just three years old has tied the knot with her 20 years later.



A man who predicted he'd marry his preschool sweetheart when he was just three years old has tied the knot with her 20 years later.
Matt Grodsky married Laura Scheel in December, and said one of his very first memories is "of being three years old and standing up in front of my preschool class, declaring that I would marry her someday".

Photo: Two soldiers killed in a gun battle with Boko Haram members in Borno state laid to rest

he remains of two gallant soldiers, Lance Corporal Auwal Halliru and Private Halilu Aliyu  of 254 Task Force Battalion, who died in a gun battle with Boko Haram members in Damboa-Biu in Borno state on June 17th, have been buried according to Islamic religious rites at the Gombe military ceremon. They were buried yesterday June 28th. May their souls rest in peace Amen.

Photos: 65-year-old man caught having sex with a dog

Sattahip police, Thailand were called to a deserted house after the owner of a seven year old Thai dog reported that a man had raped her pet. The dog owner Bang-orn Phumkaew called the cops after catching the 65 year old man completely naked with "Jao Jut", a Thai breed of dog.

Man who cultivated £35,000 worth of cannabis jailed for three years

According to the UK Police, 31 year old Noah Fessazion, who cultivated £35,000 worth of cannabis at a residential address in Thamesmead, London has been jailed for three years.
Noah was found guilty of production of cannabis following a trial. Back in February 2016, detectives executed a search warrant at Manning Court in Thamesmead and discovered a cannabis factory with a street value of £35,000.   

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

2 Jobs That Probably Won’t Be Around in 10 Years

Retail Cashier



With the influx of self-service checkouts, and automated processes during purchasing, the typical retail cashier will eventually fade away as a career. Technology has allowed plenty of advancements in how we shop, and customers are wanting less human interaction.

2 LAFD Firefighters Among 4 Injured in Ambulance Crash

Two firefighters were among four people injured Wednesday when a Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance crashed with another vehicle in Pacoima, officials said.
The crash was reported just before 11 a.m. in the 12700 block of West Osborne Street, the LAFD said.


Los Angeles City Minimum Wage to Rise to $12 an Hour July 1

The minimum wage in the city of Los Angeles is set to rise to $12 an hour next week, as part of a climb to a $15 minimum wage, officials said.


5-Year-Old Boy Caught in Tijuana Crossfire: Officials

A child from the U.S. was injured Monday when someone opened fire in a Tijuana neighborhood.
The 5-year-old boy has since been released from the hospital, officials confirmed to NBC 7 San Diego. 
The boy was shot in the leg in Tijuana's Sanchez Taboada neighborhood Monday evening, PGJE officials said.
The U.S. Consulate in Tijuana confirmed the boy is an American citizen.

Monday, 12 June 2017

Christian Girl Abducted by ISIS Reunited with Parents after 3 Years

After almost three years in captivity, an Iraqi Christian girl abducted by the Islamic State in August 2014 has finally been reunited with her parents.
Christina Abada, who is about to celebrate her sixth birthday, was welcomed home at around 10am this morning, local time. Locals say she was released by the Iraqi Special Forces.

Atheists Threaten Lawsuit over Alabama School’s Christian Graduation Service

An Alabama school district is under fire for holding its traditional baccalaureate graduation service, which involves prayers, Scripture readings, religious music, and a message from a preacher.


North Korea: Elderly Man Arrested and Beaten for Visiting Chinese Christians

An elderly man from North Korea has been beaten after he returned from visiting Christian relatives in China, reports Christian Today.

Sixty-one-year-old Kim Seung-mo was reportedly arrested three days after returning to North Korea from visiting family in China. He had told his neighbors about visiting his relatives and had even revealed that they attended a Christian church. The neighbors apparently reported Kim to the authorities.


Young Christian Woman Said To Be Kidnapped outside Cairo, Egypt

A young Coptic woman in a suburb of Cairo, Egypt remains missing after her disappearance last week from an area where Muslim attacks against Christians have surged, sources said.

Pastor Eugene Cho and NBA Star Jeremy Lin Help Sex-Trafficking Victims in Thailand

Pastor Eugene Cho and basketball star Jeremy Lin recently teamed up on a trip to Thailand to learn about sex-trafficking and how to help victims.

Cho is the pastor of Quest Church in Seattle and the founder of a nonprofit. Lin is an NBA star who is known not only for his skills on the court but for his Christian faith. The perhaps unlikely duo both share a passion to combat sex trafficking.

Bernie Sanders Grills Nominee Over Religious Beliefs


In a Senate Budget Committee meeting Wednesday, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders aimed a hostile line of questioning at Deputy Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget nominee Russell Vought.

Sunday, 11 June 2017

Biafra 'Pack your things and leave north now,' IPOB tells Igbos: The Nnamdi Kanu-led IPOB also thanked the northerners for giving the Igbo an advance warning to vacate the north.

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has told Arewa groups to give the Igbo time to relocate back to the south.

The Nnamdi Kanu-led IPOB also thanked the northerners for giving the Igbo an advance warning to vacate the north.

Saturday, 10 June 2017

1 000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean; 2 dead

Barcelona - Two migrants died in the Mediterranean on Saturday during a rescue operation that saved more than 1 000 others who were attempting the dangerous crossing to Europe, according to a Spanish aid group.
Laura Lanuza, spokesperson for Spain's Proactiva Open Arms, said that while two migrants died in international waters off the Libyan coast, the Spanish aid group and five other humanitarian organisations saved 1 058 migrants after intercepting several smugglers' boats.

Rallies against Islamic law draw counter-protests across US

Demonstrations against Islamic law Saturday in cities across the U.S. drew counter-protests by people who said they stoked unfounded fears and a distorted view of the religion.
Hundreds marched through downtown Seattle, banging drums, cymbals and cowbells behind a large sign saying “Seattle stands with our Muslim neighbors.” Participants chanted “No hate, no fear, Muslims are welcome here” on their way to City Hall, while a phalanx of bicycle police officers separated them from an anti-Shariah rally numbering in the dozens.
In front of the Trump building in downtown Chicago, about 30 people demonstrated against Islamic law and in favor of President Donald Trump, shouting slogans and holding signs that read “Ban Sharia” and “Sharia abuses women.” About twice as many counter-protesters marshaled across the street.

Trump wages battle against regulations, not climate change

WASHINGTON (AP) — While President Donald Trump’s beliefs about global warming remain something of a mystery, his actions make one thing clear: He doesn’t consider it a problem for the federal government to solve.

Friday, 9 June 2017

Officer who killed black motorist to take the stand Friday

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota police officer charged with second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a black motorist during a traffic stop will testify Friday, his defense attorney said.

Wounded May vows to stay as UK PM; says Brexit will go o

LONDON (AP) — Spectacularly punished by voters who took away her majority in Parliament, a politically wounded but defiant Theresa May soldiered on Friday as Britain’s prime minister, resisting pressure to resign after the failure of a high-stakes election gamble that made the massive challenge of untangling Britain from the European Union only more complex and uncertain.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

S. Korea leader warns North after latest missile launch

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea’s latest launches of several suspected anti-ship missiles were short-range and landed well short of past efforts, but they still served as a defiant message for its enemies that Pyongyang will continue to pursue a weapons program that has rattled its neighbors and Washington.

Actor mistaken for terrorist after rehearsing on French train

Lyon - An actor who was rehearsing in the toilet of a French train was quizzed by police as a possible terrorist threat after a guard overheard the words "weapon" and "gun", transport authorities said.
The 35-year-old had shut himself away to practise his lines for an English-language stage role.
But a passing train guard who overheard his soliloquy raised the alarm, telling his bosses there was someone talking about weaponry in the toilet.

Desperate wait as bodies retrieved from plane wreck 2017-06-08 15:31

San Hlan - Hundreds of people gathered on a beach in southern Myanmar on Thursday desperately waiting for news of their loved ones as the first bodies arrived from the wreck of a military plane that crashed with more than 120 people on board.
Navy ships and air force planes have been scouring the waves since Wednesday afternoon, when the aircraft disappeared en route from the southern city of Myeik to the commercial hub of Yangon.

North Korea fires suspected cruise missiles




Seoul - North Korea fired several suspected short-range anti-ship missiles off its east coast on Thursday, South Korea's military said, in a continuation of defiant launches as it seeks to build a nuclear missile capable of reaching the continental United States.
The missiles were fired from the North Korean eastern coastal town of Wonsan and likely flew about 200km with an altitude of about 2km, said South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff. They landed in waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan, where US aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Ronald Reagan participated in joint exercises with the South Korean navy that ended earlier this week.

US grand jury indicts woman in leaked secrets case

Augusta - A federal grand jury in the American state of Georgia has indicted a woman accused of leaking classified documents to a news organisation.
The indictment filed in the US District Court charged 25-year-old Reality Winner with a single count of illegally retaining and transmitting national defence information. It's the same charge Winner was accused of when the FBI arrested her at her home in Augusta, Georgia on Saturday.

India firecracker factory blast toll hits 25

New Delhi - The death toll from an explosion at a firecracker factory in central India has risen to 25, an official said on Thursday, after five workers died overnight.
Emergency workers removed at least 20 charred bodies from the mangled structure after a fire hit gunpowder stocks triggering a blast at the workshop in the Balaghat district of the Madhya Pradesh state.

Comey: Trump administration spread 'lies'

Washington - Former FBI Director James Comey on Thursday accused the Trump administration of spreading "lies, plain and simple" about him and the FBI in the aftermath of his abrupt firing, in dramatic testimony that threatened to undermine Donald Trump's presidency.
As he opened his much anticipated first public telling of his relationship with Trump, Comey disputed the Trump administration's justification for his firing last month, declaring that the administration "defamed him and more importantly the FBI" by claiming the bureau was in disorder under his leadership. And in testimony that exposed deep distrust between the president and the veteran lawman, Comey described intense discomfort about their one-on-one conversations, saying he decided he immediately needed to document the discussions in memos.

Polling station pooches lift spirits in UK election

London – Alsatians, poodles, pinschers and pugs lined up at Britain's polling stations on Thursday as thousands of voters brought their canine companions to take part in the general election.
Pet owners took to Twitter to post photographs of their dogs next to the polling station signs at schools and community centres across the country, using the hashtag #dogsatpollingstations.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Eric Trump blasts his Dad’s haters, says they're not people

President Donald Trump’s son, Eric in a TV appearance on Tuesday reacted over the ongoing probe of his father's presidential campaign saying that the Democrats who are in support of the investigation are ‘not even people'.
"I've never seen hatred like this, and to me they're not even people," he said in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity.

HIV-positive man bags life imprisonment for defiling 11-year-old girl in Kenya



A 43-year-old Kenyan HIV-positive man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for defiling an 11-year-old girl after a year-long trial.
The convicted rapist, Antony Saiso recently at appeared at the Milimani Law Court in Nairobi where he was sentenced to life imprisonment on the charges of defiling his victim (Name Withheld) on the 25th of June 2016, at Kibiko Estate in Ngong, Kajiado County.

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Men Break Into Church To Steal Plasma TV, Other Valuables In Delta (Photos)

As shared by Prophet Mraphor II, of Christ Apostolic Church, Ughelli, Delta State;
'God has done it again because bad boys has been breaking into churches to carry instruments, stealing of plasma TV and making away with valuables but God delivered our church today as he hoodlums broke into our church and carried our instruments, plasma TV and cash but God held them down and they could not escape. 

Britain Attack: Donald Trump resumes feud with London Mayor

President Trump has renewed his feud with the mayor of London on Sunday, portraying him as being soft on terrorism, just a day after seven people were killed and dozens more wounded in the latest attack in the British capital. Mr. Trump attacked the Mayor of London, Mayor Sadiq Khan after Mr. Khan told Londoners not “to be alarmed” by seeing more police officers on the streets. 
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Boy kills his best friend for liking a Facebook photo of his girlfriend

15-year-old Alex Pititto is facing life in jail for shooting to death his best friend in Italy. Alex (pictured left ) fatally shot 19-year-old Francesco Prestia (pictured right) because he liked a photo of his girlfriend on Facebook, this, he interpreted as a sign of disrespect. 

Alex is the son of 'Ndrangheta mafia boss Salvatore Pititto, known as 'El Tio', or the Uncle. He had long suspected his friend of having feelings for his girlfriend so when he saw the Facebook like, he called his friend to a meeting in a remote field and gunned him down. Francesco was left dead in an olive field in Mileto, Italy, with three bullets in his chest.

Alex later turned himself in to police and led them to the olive grove where he had left his friend's body.

Before the fallout which led to him killing his friend, Alex had been so close to Francesco and recently shared a photo of them with another friend on Facebook, with the caption:
“Friendship is something in the mouth of everybody, but in the heart of not too many people."

The deceased's family have gone on Facebook to pay tribute to their son. One message on Facebook from his family read:
 "You were so perfect that angels wanted you with them. We miss you a lot. Travel well, prince."

Monday, 5 June 2017

Police: 5 dangerous inmates escape from Puerto Rico prison

San Juan - Authorities in Puerto Rico are searching for five inmates who escaped from a high-security prison in the US territory's south coast.
Police said on Monday that four of the inmates had been found guilty of murder and were serving life in prison sentences. A fifth had been found guilty of kidnapping and weapons violations.
Officials said the inmates broke a concrete table whose pieces they used to break through a door and a gate. The escape took place on Sunday afternoon at Las Cucharas Correctional Complex in the city of Ponce.

SA man in Canada calmly mows his lawn during a tornado

Cape Town - A South African-born man now living in Canada has set social media alight after a picture of him emerged where he calmly mowed his lawn while a huge tornado was spinning in the background.

6.2-magnitude quake injures 2 in Peru

Lima - A strong 6.2-magnitude earthquake shook northern Peru on Monday, injuring at least two people and damaging at least one home, authorities said.
The quake struck east of the city of Mancora at a depth of 18km, the Peruvian Geophysical Institute said.

Sunday, 4 June 2017

UK elections to go ahead after London attack







London - Prime Minister Theresa May says Thursday's election wouldn't be halted by the latest attack in London, because "violence can never be allowed to disrupt the democratic process".
She made the statement after politicians agreed for the second time in two weeks to halt their election campaigns for grief and reflection in the aftermath of the deadly attack - and the issue of security vaulted back to the top of the political agenda.

Friday, 2 June 2017

Workers dead after US mill blast

Madison -  Crews on Friday recovered the body of a third worker from the ruins of a corn mill in southern Wisconsin, two days after an explosion at the facility.
Didion Milling Plant executive Derrick Clark says the worker's body was found in the rubble of the plant in Cambria. The first victim was found a short time after Wednesday's explosion. Another body was recovered on Thursday.

Terror warning shuts German rock festival

Berlin - German authorities have shut down a popular rock music festival because of a possible terrorist threat.
The dpa news agency reported on Friday that the Rock am Ring festival was cleared out on its opening night after Koblenz police said they'd received information of a "concrete threat."

Feeling war is winding down in Damascus



Damascus - In Syria's capital these days, people are breathing a little easier. Across Damascus, new shops are sprouting up, business is brisk, and some people who fled the civil war years ago are contemplating a return.
The Syrian war is likely to drag on for years, sustained largely by the intervention and rivalries of foreign powers. But in President Bashar Assad's seat of government, there is a general feeling the six-year conflict is winding down.

Leo Varadkar picked to become Ireland's new PM: party

Dublin - Leo Varadkar of the governing centre-right Fine Gael party is set to become Ireland's first openly gay prime minister after winning a party leadership election on Friday, Fine Gael said on Twitter.
Varadkar, who at 38 will also be Ireland's youngest-ever prime minister, won the contest with 60 percent against his rival Simon Coveney on 40%.

Thursday, 1 June 2017

A look at deadly Afghan insurgent attacks in recent years

Kabul - Afghan insurgents have stepped up their attacks since the drawdown of NATO troops from Afghanistan in 2014, devastating the capital of Kabul with increasingly deadly and brutal assaults and leaving Afghans feeling embattled and exhausted following 16 years of war. 
Attacks have been claimed by an ISIS group affiliate as well as the Taliban. The latest suicide assault carried out on Tuesday killed 90 people, when a truck bomb exploded as the streets were packed with early morning commuters heading to work.
Here's a partial list of serious attacks since 2014.

A new balance of terror: Why North Korea clings to its nukes

Pyongyang — Early one winter morning, Kim Jong Un stood at a remote observation post overlooking a valley of rice paddies near the Chinese border.
The North Korean leader beamed with delight as he watched four extended range Scud missiles roar off their mobile launchers, comparing the sight to a team of acrobats performing in unison. Minutes later the projectiles splashed into the sea off the Japanese coast, 1 000km from where he was standing.

No agreement reached as diplomats huddle on Venezuela crisis

Washington - Top diplomats from across the Western Hemisphere fell short Wednesday in their bid to reach agreement about how to address Venezuela's deteriorating democratic crisis, with some countries insisting that foreigners had no right to intervene in Venezuela's internal affairs.
An emotional gathering of the Organization of American States ended with no consensus, other than an agreement to keep talking. Unable to secure enough support for either of two draft resolutions, the foreign ministers said they'd reconvene in a few weeks.

Trump to announce Paris climate deal decision

Washington -President Donald Trump will announce on Thursday whether the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord, as aides reportedly said a pull-out is likely.
"I will be announcing my decision on Paris Accord, Thursday at 3:00 pm. The White House Rose Garden. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" the US leader said in a tweet late on Wednesday, punctuating the post with his populist campaign slogan.