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Permalink to Horrible: How 35-year-old man killed woman and buried her after attempted rape

– 35-year-old man allegedly rapes and kills 21-year-old woman. – Man buries woman’s body. – Police apprehends suspect. The Kano state police command stated that it has arrested a 35-year-old man identified as Shamsu Isah, who allegedly raped and killed a 21-year-old woman by the name Isaac Rejoice.

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'A great priest, a courageous leader' - funeral of Bloody Sunday 'white hankerchief'

Ivan Cooper, a Protestant who fought for civil rights and helped found the SDLP, and former party leader John Hume were among the mourners. Bishop Daly came to world prominence in January 1972 as he helped to take the dying Jackie Duddy (17) out of the Bogside on Bloody Sunday.

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"He showed physical courage and moral courage"

In his homily this afternoon at the funeral mass for Bishop Edward Daly in St Eugene’s Cathedral, Bishop Donal McKeown, Bishop of Derry said Bishop Daly had shown physical courage on Bloody Sunday and his moral courage was evident in his passionate struggle against violence and injustice from all quarters.

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Duterte's war on drugs leaves jails bursting, sees mass surrenders

MANILA: From severely overcrowded prisons to exhausted funeral parlour operators and parents turning their own children in to avoid vigilante bounty killings, people in the Philippines are scrambling to respond to the effects of President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs, slightly more than a month after he took office.

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Mother who gave her son up for adoption now wants to pursue romantic relationship with him

People have often frowned upon the Oedipus complex theory, or the unconscious sexual desire of a child for the parent of the opposite sex. However, 36-year-old Monica Mares from New Mexico and her son Caleb Peterson, 19, have taken the Oedipus complex theory to a whole new level by wishing to get married.

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WHY You Should AVOID Nairobi’s FLASHY BISHOPS and EVANGELISTS, FAKE?

By Jim Bonnie [Bishop] Shiro and other religious thugs. Why you should avoid these crooks! The religious crooks roll in flashy cars, fly private jets, live in deluxe homes, and don pricey jewelries – like Hollywood stars, shop in France and holyday in Dubai. All funded by their poverty-ridden and starving followers.

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Syrian refugee believes he can beat world record for eating scorpions by scoffing 25 in just 20 seconds

This Syrian refugee wants to set the world record for eating scorpions after practising his bizarre hobby for three years. Hozan, started training for the gruesome feat by skipping breakfast at home and instead eating scorpions on his way to work. The current record was set by a man from Saudi....

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Pastor's wife shares her struggles with loneliness: 'I have to fight thoughts of divorce every single day'

Not even pastors are safe from unhappy marriages. A lonely pastor's wife has shared her thoughts with Dr. Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, telling him that despite all of the marriage seminars they've attended, she still feels neglected.

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HARARE - Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has taken a dig at house music band...

HARARE - 0 comments Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has taken a dig at house music band MiCasa over the use of the Zimbabwean flag at their Bulawayo show last weekend. MiCasa had the crowd eating from their palm with a fluid performance of club bangers such as Jika and These....

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Trending Now Michael Phelps says he considered taking his life; credits 'Purpose Driven Life' for helping him

Two years ago, Michael Phelps, who has become the world’s most decorated Olympic champion, was on the verge of taking his life. Phelps was at a low point after getting his second DUI arrest and suffering through a failed relationship. According to an ESPN report , committing suicide was looking like the best way out to him.

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Delight for family as Federal Court spares life of Viet woman

Thursday, 11 August 2016 | MYT 9:59 PM Delight for family as Federal Court spares life of Viet woman. by rashvinjeet s. bedi Lawyer Sivamurugan with Klong's family members outside the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya. PUTRAJAYA: The family of Klong K'Djoanh could not contain their delight when the....

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Pioneer black police officer was ‘Superman’ to kids, inspiration to community

He joined the Charlotte Police Department in an age when black officers were not permitted to drive police cruisers. He pioneered community policing decades before it was officially invented and ran one of the best burger joints in town. William Covington, 90, who died Monday of colon cancer at his....

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The murder of a French priest was tragic, but not rare in places like Africa

Deseret Digital Media NewsOK publishes content from Deseret Digital Media, which has a network of websites that includes KSL.com, DeseretNews.com and FamilyShare.com. The murder of an 85-year-old priest last week at a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, immediately sent shock waves throughout the world.

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Mystery over pregnant British woman who died of a heroin overdose in Ghana

A pregnant British woman with no history of drug abuse died of acute heroin poisoning in a hotel room in Ghana, an inquest heard today. Charmaine Adusah, 41, from Arbroath, Angus, was discovered in the bath by staff at Mac Dic Royal Plaza Hotel in Koforidua, where she had been staying with her Ghanaian husband, Eric.

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Pioneer black police officer was ‘Superman’ to kids, inspiration to community

He joined the Charlotte Police Department in an age when black officers were not permitted to drive police cruisers. He pioneered community policing decades before it was officially invented and ran one of the best burger joints in town. William Covington, 90, who died Monday of colon cancer at his....

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UPDATE: DA, TBI petition to release 2015 fatal shooting report to public

BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (WRCB) - UPDATE: More District Attorney Stephen D. Crump's office is petitioning the Circuit Court for Bradley County to allow public access to the investigative file from the shooting death of Allan Franklin White III. by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Tiffany Oakley.

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Universities may fall before fees do

South African universities are currently struggling financially and the situation is worsened by the huge, ballooning debt owed to the institutions by students, the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training chaired by Justice Jonathan Arthur Heher heard on Wednesday.

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Convicted pastor loses appeal to state Supreme Court

Sioux City, IA (51101) Today. Showers and thunderstorms early. Tonight. Scattered thunderstorms during the evening. Partly cloudy skies after midnight. Low around 75F. Winds SSE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Updated: August 10, 2016 @ 4:52 pm; PIERRE, S.D.

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Desmond a “great fit for our place,” judge tells council

BOSTON (STATE HOUSE) – One of Gov. Charlie Baker’s recent nominees to the state Appeals Court would bring key trial experience to that bench, according to one of its sitting justices. During Superior Court Judge Kenneth Desmond’s confirmation hearing on Wednesday, Appeals Court Judge Sydney Hanlon....

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Featured Letter: These are the American family’s problems

The author of Saturday’s Featured Letter cites the symptoms of black community violence and then proffers a prognosis for those ills without accurately diagnosing the root causes of the calamities that many black communities experience. The author places the onus and responsibility primarily on the....

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Belize Supreme Court overturns sodomy law

BELMOPAN, Belize (CMC) The Belize Supreme Court Wednesday overturned the country’s sodomy law with Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin ruling that Section 53 of the Criminal Code which criminalises consenting intercourse between adults of the same sex contravenes the right granted by the Belize Constitution.

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Bunnell Commission Honors Two Boys, 10 And 12, For Helping Save 88-Year-Old Woman

The Bunnell City Commission Monday evening awarded its Outstanding Citizen Award to two young city residents, Russell Rouson, 10, and Steven Dozier, 12, for alerting police and helping to save the life of an 88-year-old woman who had hurt herself in her home in June.

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Who are the finalists of 2016 Salax Awards?

Preparations for the 2016 Salax Awards are officially underway to honour the best in musicians. Ikirezi Group, the organisers of the Awards, recently unveiled the list of the nominees. The aim of the Awards is to support the local artistes and promote the local entertainment industry.

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News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EDT

MORGANTOWN, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky State Police believe foul play was involved in the deaths of a pastor and his wife who were found inside their Butler County home. Sgt. Jeremy Smith tells news outlets a family member discovered 71-year-old Kenneth Neafus and 70-year-old wife Dorothy Neafus inside the home in Morgantown on Tuesday afternoon.

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Mary Magdalene Johnston of Santa Maria, 1913-2016

Mary Magdalene Johnston of Santa Maria passed away August 2016. Mary was born Sept. 23, 1913, in Randlette, Okla., to Ufa Ola Person and James David Smith. She was the first of seven siblings. Mary and her former husband and father of her two children, Arthur Huddleston, arrived in Santa Maria from Texas in 1936.

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County's 'Meeting Place' focuses on getting people back to work

"The Meeting Place on Main" will offer workforce training, job preparation, educational assistance and help specific to each person's needs. "If they don't have clothes for an interview, there will be clothes here for an interview. If they didn't have food before an interview, we're going to feed them," Haley said.

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