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Trial begins of nurse suspected of killing up to 60 children

Trial begins of nurse suspected of killing up to 60 children A former nurse in Texas was charged Wednesday in the 1981 murder of a 2-year-old girl. Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood told ABC News Thursday that Genene Jones, 66, is suspected of killing as many as 60 children during her time as a nurse. “We looked at her work schedule...... more

33 hoodlums, cattle rustlers lynched

33 hoodlums, cattle rustlers lynched No fewer than 33 hoodlums have been reported killed by security forces and locals in Ihorombe region of Madagascar on Tuesday. The bandits are part of the about 40 armed thieves who drove away 200 heads of cattle belonging to the local communities. The security operatives and the local communities engaged...... more

Uber Chief Executive throws in the towel

Uber Chief Executive throws in the towel Chief Executive of Uber Travis Kalanick has resigned following pressure from shareholders and investors that he should step aside However, Mr Kalanick will remain on the board of the firm. His resignation follows a review of practices at the firm and scandals including allegation of sexual harassment against him. Last week...... more

African migrants find alternative routes to Europe

African migrants find alternative routes to Europe Authorities in Niger, a major transit country for Africans seeking to reach the EU, say they have rescued over 100 migrants in the past week, abandoned by traffickers in the Sahara desert as they tried to cross into neighbouring Libya. The impoverished West African country is a way station for migrants...... more

OIC to discuss humanitarian situation in North-East, Lake Chad region

OIC to discuss humanitarian situation in North-East, Lake Chad region    Preparations are ongoing at the General Secretariat of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to convene the 44th session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) which will be hosted in the Cote d’Ivoire capital, Abidjan, between July 10 and11, 2017. According to a statement issued in Jeddah on...... more

Vanuatu President dies of heart attack

Vanuatu President dies of heart attack The President of Vanuatu, Baldwin Lonsdale, has died of a heart attack, the Vanuatu Daily Post reported Saturday. He was 67. Lonsdale, who sacked his government two years ago over a massive corruption scandal, passed away in the Pacific island nation’s capital of Port Vila, the AFP reported. “National Flag is...... more

Teacher suffocates pupil to death for making noise

Teacher suffocates pupil to death for making noise A nursery school pupil Guo Jintong, suffocated to death after her teacher allegedly taped her mouth shut because she was talking too much during morning exercise. The incident happened at the Huadian Experimental Kindergarten in north-eastern China’s Jilin Province. The six-year-old Jintong was pronounced dead by paramedics who arrived about 30...... more

7 missing US sailors found dead after collision with container ship

7 missing US sailors found dead after collision with container ship The U.S. Navy says its divers have accessed a flooded compartment on the USS Fitzgerald and found the bodies of a number of the sailors missing in a collision between the Navy destroyer and a merchant vessel. It is not clear how many bodies were recovered. The search will continue Sunday...... more

London fire: Police declares 58 missing, presumed dead

London fire: Police declares 58 missing, presumed dead At least 58 people are now missing and presumed dead in the Grenfell Tower disaster, police have said. This latest figure included the 30 already confirmed to have died in the devastating fire in a west London tower block on Wednesday. Commander Stuart Cundy said that number “may increase” and that...... more

7 reported missing after US Navy ship collides with merchant vessel off Japan’s coast

7 reported missing after US Navy ship collides with merchant vessel off Japan’s coast Seven crew members are missing and one injured after a U.S. Navy destroyer collided early Saturday morning with a merchant ship off the coast of Japan, the country’s coast guard reported. Footage from the Japanese TV network NHK showed heavy damage to the mid-right side of the Navy ship and a...... more

Trump owes banks $315m

Trump owes banks $315m U.S. President Donald Trump’s net worth initially put at $10 billion during his campaign for White House was overblown. Fresh disclosure put his wealth at $1.4 billion and personal liabilities of at least $315.6 million to German, U.S. and other lenders as of mid-2017. Insight into his financial position was contained...... more

FBI investigates Trump

FBI investigates Trump U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday confirmed he is being investigated by the FBI for firing ousted Director James Comey. “I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director!” Trump exclaimed on Twitter, referring to the investigation as a “Witch...... more

Facebook steps up war against terrorists

Facebook steps up war against terrorists  Facebook has revealed it is using artificial intelligence in its ongoing fight to prevent terrorist propaganda from being disseminated on its platform. “We want to find terrorist content immediately, before people in our community have seen it,” read the message posted Thursday. “Already, the majority of accounts we remove for terrorism...... more

Lesotho first lady shot dead hours after inauguration

Lesotho first lady shot dead hours after inauguration The wife of Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane was shot dead late on Wednesday, just hours after her husband’s inauguration, raising fear of another wave of political violence in the country. Police spokesperson Clifford Molefe said Lipolelo Thabane, 58, was travelling home with a friend when both women where shot by...... more

100 migrants rescued from Sahara desert

100 migrants rescued from Sahara desert Around 100 Libya-bound migrants, including women, have been rescued from the Sahara desert in Niger after being abandoned by their smugglers, a security source told AFP. The migrants are believed to have been hoping to travel on to Europe and were discovered by a military patrol several days ago, the source...... more

12 confirmed dead in London fire, many more in hospital

12 confirmed dead in London fire, many more in hospital   Twelve people have died in a west London tower block fire and the number of deaths are expected to rise, police have said. Firefighters were called to Grenfell Tower, in north Kensington, at 00:54 BST and are still trying to put out the fire. People who escaped the fire at...... more

3 Chinese nabbed with 474 iPhones, 350,000 SIM cards

3 Chinese nabbed with 474 iPhones, 350,000 SIM cards   Police on Monday arrested three Chinese nationals in Thailand with 474 iPhones and nearly 350,000 SIM cards which they use to manipulate product information on WeChat. Police officer Wassapan Sirikulkamonchat said in addition to the iPhones and SIM cards, police also found 21 SIM card readers and nine computers in...... more

CEO’s fate hangs as Uber reviews corporate culture

CEO’s fate hangs as Uber reviews corporate culture The board of Uber was meeting Sunday to consider placing the CEO of the ride-hailing company on leave, according The New York Times and other news outlets. The Times reported that three people with knowledge of the matter have confirmed that Uber’s board was meeting to consider recommendations from a law...... more

Daring militants storm jail, free 900 prisoners

Daring militants storm jail, free 900 prisoners Eleven people were killed when militants attacked a prison in the Democratic Republic of Congo and freed more than 900 inmates, officials say. The governor of North Kivu province said the attackers had used heavy weapons in the raid on the jail in Beni. At least eight of the dead are...... more

Court Sentences man to Death for anti-Islam Facebook, WhatsApp posts

Court Sentences man to Death for anti-Islam Facebook, WhatsApp posts   An anti-terrorism court in central Pakistan on Saturday sentenced a man, aged 30, to death for posting blasphemous content on social media. The judge conducted the judicial proceedings in the high-security prison in the city of Bahawalpur, prosecutor Mohammad Shafiq Qureshi told VOA. The prosecutor explained that the court found...... more

Whistle-blower arrested amid corruption claims

Whistle-blower arrested amid corruption claims  The state intelligence agency in The Gambia has arrested a whistle-blower who exposed “high-level corruption” at the institution. The arrest of Bubacarr Badjie, a legal adviser at the agency, was confirmed Sunday, on accusations of breaking the country’s security secrets and code of conduct for intelligence officers. Badjie, who leaked a...... more

US anti-Sharia protests turn violent

US anti-Sharia protests turn violent A right-wing group protesting Islamic law, or Sharia, on Saturday clashed with counterdemonstrators in Seattle, Minneapolis and other cities. ACT for America organised the marches in more than two dozen cities, saying on its website that “Sharia is incompatible with Western democracy and the freedoms it affords.” The Southern Poverty Law...... more

Man pays $2.68m for dinner with Warren Buffet

Man pays $2.68m for dinner with Warren Buffet An anonymous bidder pledged $2.68 million to a charity in exchange for lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett, world’ s second richest man. It was the highest among 41 bids in a five-day auction on eBay’s website that concluded Friday. Last year’s winning bid for lunch with Buffett was $3.46 million,...... more

Saudi Arabia bans Messi, Barcelona shirts

Saudi Arabia bans Messi, Barcelona shirts Saudi Arabia war against Qatar has deepened with the latest being criminalising wearing a Barcelona shirt in the country. It means that fans wearing a Lionel Messi or Neymar shirt will go to jail in the Saudi Kingdom. Qatar Airways has been a sponsor of the Catalan team for four seasons,...... more

Anti-Muslim protests sweep through America

Anti-Muslim protests sweep through America Right-wing marchers have taken to the streets in several cities across the United States for the National March Against Sharia, an anti-Muslim campaign that has been roundly criticised by rights groups and watchdogs. Responding to a call by ACT for America, march participants came out in at least 28 cities in...... more

7 Nigerians win seats in UK’s Parliament

7 Nigerians win seats in UK’s Parliament Seven of the members of the new British Parliament elected during Thursday’s election are persons with Nigerian heritage. One of them, 49 years old Kate Ofunne Osamor, whose two parents are Nigerians, was re-elected as Member of Parliament of Edmonton. She read Third World Studies at the University of East London,...... more

BREAKING: Voters shock British Prime Minister; party loses majority

BREAKING: Voters shock British Prime Minister; party loses majority The Conservatives have failed to win an overall majority, and the UK is now set for a hung parliament, says the latest BBC forecast. It shows gains for the Labour Party after Thursday's general election. This would be a humiliation for Prime Minister Theresa May, who chose to call the election...... more

Ritualists target bald-headed men

Ritualists target bald-headed men Bald men in Mozambique could be targets of ritual attacks, police have warned, after the recent killing of five men for their body parts. Two suspects have been arrested in the central district of Milange, where the killings occurred. “The belief is that the head of a bald man contains gold,”...... more

130 British imams refuse to bury London attackers

130 British imams refuse to bury London attackers    More than 130 imams from Britain are refusing to offer Islamic burials to the three men who launched attacks Saturday night in London, killing seven and wounding dozens more. “We will not perform the traditional Islamic funeral prayer for the perpetrators and we also urge fellow imams and religious authorities...... more

U.S. threatens to withdraw from UN Human Rights Council

U.S. threatens to withdraw from UN Human Rights Council The U.S. threatened to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council unless reforms are ushered in including the removal of what it sees as an “anti-Israel bias”, diplomats and activists said. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, who holds cabinet rank in President Donald Trump’s administration, said on Friday that...... more

 

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