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(BBC) — Two Russians have been detained in Malaysia over a street act which involved swinging their baby by the legs and throwing it up into the air. The pair are being questioned over alleged abuse of the four-month-old girl, police told news agency AFP. A video of one of their performances has gone viral ...

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(BBC) — Ten people including a baby have died in a fire at an eight-storey building in south-western Paris, fire service officials say. More than 30 people – including six firefighters – were injured. One person is in a serious condition. Fifty people were evacuated by ladders from the blaze in the upmarket 16th arrondissement. ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Wild scenes of excitement erupted in downtown Kingston yesterday afternoon when what appeared to be genuine $1,000 bills were seen being thrown from a motor car driving on King Street. Naturally, pedestrians travelling along the normally busy road scampered to collect the money as speculation was rife as to who was acting ...

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(SNO) –– A man who was shot by a police officer at Lanse Road, Castries yesterday had an imitation firearm, law enforcement sources have confirmed. According to a reliable source, police responded to a report around 11 a.m. on Monday that a man was brandishing a firearm and threatening to shoot and kill members of ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Animal lover Leela Maharaj spent the weekend looking forward to having her prized cat returned to her, but was disappointed. The man who said he would return the cat on Sunday in exchange for $3,000 demanded by the kidnappers never turned up. And although she did not get proof that her pet ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Canada’s leading cryptocurrency exchange company has said it cannot repay $190m (£110m) to clients because its founder died with their passwords. QuadrigaCX’s founder Gerald Cotten, 30, died “due to complications with Crohn’s disease” while travelling in India to open an orphanage in December, his wife Jennifer Robertson said. Mr Cotten held “sole responsibility ...

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