Woman Murders Son-In-Law for Failing to Give Her Upkeep Money, Cuts Off His Testicles

A woman has reportedly killed her son-in-law over failing to pay money and give help to her daughter – his ex-wife – and her grandson, the victim’s son.  The 49 year old suspect stabbed the deceased, Dmitry Bogdano 27 times and after he collapsed, cut off his testicles at her home in Novgorod, Russia, and threw them out of her open flat window.  The woman and her partner had been sharing a drink with the son-in-law when they began to row. The daughter called police when her mother phoned to tell…

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92yr-Old-Woman Thrown Out of Church for Not Paying Tithe

It would seem that the request for tithes by church pastors is not unique to Africa or Nigeria. Shocking news coming out of the United States of America tells the story of a 92yr-Old-Woman thrown out of a church she had worshipped for 50yrs for not paying tithe to support the church. Read: Despite being a member for more than 50 years, a 92-year-old woman is no longer welcome in her church. Family members say 92-year-old Josephine King was shocked when she received a letter from the church, saying she…

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Zoo Keeper Impregnates Orangutan

| July 20, 2019 Image via Yabaleftonline.com A 38-year-old zoo keeper was filmed in full action by a series of hidden cameras put in place by the zoo’s security officials after doubts emerged about the man’s devious actions towards the zoo animals. “Some animals seemed sexually aroused when it was time to feed them” explains Akhiroel Yahya, employee of the zoo for 14 years. “But what made us most suspicious was when we discovered Marylin, our oldest orangutan, was pregnant. She has never been in contact with any other orangutans because…

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Pirates seize 10 Turkish sailors from cargo ship off Nigeria’s Coast

LAGOS, Nigeria  Pirates have attacked a Turkish cargo vessel off Nigeria, kidnapping 10 sailors, according to a source who asked not be named due to restrictions to speak to the media. The Paksoy-I vessel which had 18 crew members was attacked late Monday off the West African country. The identity of the abducted Turkish sailors has not yet been published. Meanwhile, Turkey’s ruling AK Party spokesman Omer Celik said foreign ministry and intelligence services were ‘intensely working’ on the issue.

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Malaysia confirms death of Nigerian PhD student in custody

6:18 am (Updated 6:22 am) A A A Nigerian doctorate student at a local private university died on July 9 in the custody of the Immigration Department. Immigration director-general Khairul Dzaimee Daud confirmed the incident which was highlighted on social media by other Nigerian students here. “He died in a detention centre at Bukit Jalil on July 9, 2019, at 0030. No breach of SOP (standard operating procedure). “We are still awaiting the laboratory report from HUKM (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre),” Khairul Dzaimee told Malaysiakini. He said the student was detained on July…

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TRUMP CANNOT USE PENTAGON FUNDS FOR BORDER WALL SAYS COURT

An appeals court ruled Wednesday that President Donald Trump is not allowed to divert funds from the Pentagon to build a wall along the U.S. southern border. Trump had previously attempted to use the money to fulfill a 2016 campaign promise that he would build the wall and eventually make Mexico pay for it.  A three judge-court in San Francisco decided Wednesday that the Trump administration could not use Defense Department money intended for preventing drug trade and crime to build sections of the wall in Arizona, California and New…

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Sweden Ranks Highest As EU’s Most Innovative Country

The European Commission has published its 2019 European Innovation Scoreboard today which shows that the EU’s innovation perfomance has been improving for four years in a row. The scoreboard places EU countries into four innovation categories – innovation leaders, strong innovators, moderate innovators and modest innovators.  With a score of 147.74. Swedenhas been named the EU’s innovation leader, followed by Finland, Denmark and the Netherlands. Bulgaria and Romania had the lowest scores with 48.72 and 34.13 respectively. On average, the EU’s innovation performance has increased 8.8 percent since 2011 and at global level,…

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Bill Cosby appeals 2018 sex misconduct conviction

Bill Cosby’s lawyers  has formally appealed his conviction for drugging and sexually attacking a former friend at his home near Philadelphia 15 years ago, citing what they called errors in legal procedure that allowed trial testimony and evidence the defence contends should have been excluded. Attorneys for the once-beloved American actor and comedian, star of the hit television sitcom “The Cosby Show,” urged the appellate-level Pennsylvania Superior Court to either throw out his 2018 guilty verdict altogether or grant him a new trial. The 348-page appeal asserts that Cosby, 81,…

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Race to replace Theresa May kicks off

Around a dozen British Conservative MPs will formally throw their hats into the ring on Monday in the fight to replace Theresa May as party leader and Prime Minister, with her former foreign secretary Boris Johnson seen as the runaway favourite. Nominations to succeed May — who resigned on Friday as head of the ruling Tory party following her failure to deliver Brexit — open at 10:00 am (0900 GMT) and close at 5:00 pm (1600 GMT). Britain’s departure from the European Union, twice delayed and now set for October…

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Baby died after mum took him to nightclub and drunkenly fell asleep on him

A mother has been jailed after her four-week old baby died after she drunkenly fell asleep on top of him in be, having taken him clubbing for the night. Marina Tilby, 26, was sentenced to two years and four months behind bars after a judge branded the incident as a ‘dreadful case of maternal selfishness’ on Friday. The mother was seen repeatedly throwing and catching her son Darian Tilby with her sister in a New Quay, Mid Wales, nightclub before taking him back to a caravan with two men she…

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