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(NEW YORK POST) — “He’s going to kill the baby!” A pregnant real-estate agent was dragged screaming from her Queens apartment and stabbed to death in the vestibule of her building early Sunday as she pleaded for the life of her unborn child, witnesses and police sources said. The killer targeted the 35-year-old woman’s stomach, ...

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(NOTE: YES WE KNOW THIS ARTICLE IS FROM 2018) (NEW YORK POST) — An author and educator has been ridiculed after saying parents should ask babies for consent before a diaper change and watch for a response through body language. Deanne Carson said in an ABC News segment that families could set up “a culture ...

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(YAHOO) — Even if you have found yourself in the hollers of the Appalachian Mountains, you still may not have come across one of America’s snake-handling churches. While it’s estimated that there are about 125 churches that use snakes during their sermons, most are tucked away in rural areas and serve small congregations that have ...

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Trinidad Guardian:-  Po­lice of­fi­cers moon­light­ing as “es­corts” and us­ing of­fi­cial ve­hi­cles to trans­port par­ty­go­ers from the pop­u­lar Soa­ka fete at O2 Park have come un­der fire from Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice (CoP) Gary Grif­fith. The of­fi­cers have been ac­cused of “gala­vant­i­ng” with of­fi­cial po­lice ve­hi­cles and help­ing to con­tribute to the huge traf­fic jam along the West­ern […]

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Trinidad Guardian:-  A Cana­di­an busi­ness­man has warned his coun­try­men to be care­ful when trav­el­ling to Trinidad af­ter he was ar­rest­ed for pos­ses­sion of three emp­ty bul­let shell cas­ings and kept for a week at the Max­i­mum Se­cu­ri­ty Prison (MSP.) On Thurs­day, in an in­ter­view with a Cana­di­an-based news out­let, busi­ness­man Bri­an Doubt re­count­ed com­ing to Trinidad […]

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Guyana Chronicle:–  SEVENTEEN-year-old Bhojpaul Ramjas called “Dave”, who is recovering from a near-death experience several years ago, is now hoping that he can return to school and put the past behind him. Ramjas was bullied, beaten and forced to climb a utility pole, where he was ordered to touch a live wire by a group of boys […]

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Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church here, Seth Ampadu, has made it clear that he does not support the death penalty. But he stressed that he was not endorsing criminality or suggesting that people who commit severe crimes should go unpunished. The Clergyman explained that such persons should be given a chance by being sentenced […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce advises the general public that it has been brought to the attention of the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Santo Domingo that there are fraudulent websites on the internet that are similar to the official site claiming to issue Turkish e-visas, or ...

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NASSAU, Bahamas (CBS Miami/AP) — A tragic situation unfolded in Bahamian waters over the weekend. Bahamian officials say a boat smuggling Haitian migrants has sunk, leaving at least 28 people dead and 17 others in police custody. Chief Petty Officer Jonathan Rolle of the Royal Bahamas Defense Force says residents of the island of Abaco ...

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(CNN) — The Brooklyn rapper known as Tekashi 6ix9ine has pleaded guilty to nine counts of racketeering, firearms offenses and drug trafficking, according to unsealed court documents, in connection with his involvement with a violent New York gang. The platinum-selling, rainbow-haired musician — born Daniel Hernandez — pleaded guilty at a plea hearing last week, ...

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