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Mother Stabs Her Son To Death After She Found Out He’s Gay..

Brazilian mother, Tatiana Lozano Pereira, 32, has been arrested for killing her own son. She actually admitted to stabbing 17 year old Itaberli Lozano in Cravinhos, Sao Paulo to death, during questioning to the police. According to local reports, Tatiana and her son became estranged immediately she learned he was gay and allegedly devised a plan to have her son …

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Rescuers searching for victims of Iran building collapse

Rescue teams worked through the night to try and reach trapped firefighters and other victims after a commercial building collapsed in Iran’s capital and killed at least 30 firefighters. Scores of workers and dozens of trucks were searching the ruins Friday, a day after a historic high-rise building in the heart of Tehran caught fire and later collapsed. The building …

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Extradited Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’ arrives in US

Mexican drug baron Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, one of the world’s most notorious criminals, has arrived in the United States to face a string of criminal charges. Guzman heads the Sinaloa cartel, which is accused of generating much of the deadly violence in Mexico’s decades-long drug war and providing tons of narcotics to the United States. The drug kingpin landed …

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Adama Barrow to be inaugurated as President of Gambia in Senegal

The man who won The Gambia’s disputed election says he will be sworn in as president at the country’s embassy in neighbouring Senegal. The message, posted on Adama Barrow’s social media accounts, invited the general public to attend the ceremony. Last-ditch efforts by regional leaders to convince Yahya Jammeh to step down as president failed overnight. He lost elections last …

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Al-Qaeda affiliate claims Mali car bomb attack in Gao

Al-Qaeda’s North African affiliate says a group linked to it carried out the suicide attack that killed at least 50 people in northern Mali. A vehicle packed with explosives detonated at a camp housing soldiers and members of rival armed groups in the region’s main city, Gao. Mali’s northern desert region has been restive since it was captured by militant …

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Facebook dismissive of censorship, abuse concerns, rights groups allege

Nearly 80 rights groups on Wednesday accused Facebook (FB.O) of “racially biased censorship” and failing to be more transparent about its removal policies and cooperation with law enforcement, adding to criticism the company has faced in recent months over its management of content on its network of 1.8 billion users. The sharp rebuke, sent in response to a December letter …

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Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV for Beatles music rights

Former Beatle Paul McCartney sued Sony Corp’s (6758.T) music publishing arm on Wednesday in a federal court in New York, seeking to get back the copyrights to music of his former band, court records show. Starting in October 2008, McCartney sent notices to Sony/ATV Music Publishing stating his desire to reclaim the copyrights to numerous songs, including Beatles hits “Across …

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T.I. Questions Kanye West & Steve Harvey’s Engagement In Donald Trump’s “Hidden Agenda”

INSTAGRAM – In a series of three Instagram video posts, one of Hip Hop’s most politically outspoken artists, T.I., called out Kanye West and comedic powerhouse Steve Harvey for playing into Donald Trump’s “hidden agenda.” West and Harvey have both taken private meetings with the President-elect, which has caused an uproar across social media platforms and media outlets alike. “Attn.!!!! …

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Mark Zuckerberg due in court over VR ‘heist’ A

Mark Zuckerberg is expected to appear in a Dallas court on Tuesday to defend his company over claims it stole virtual reality technology. Zenimax Media, owner of renowned games studio id Software, is suing Facebook for $2bn (£1.6bn). Zenimax argued its early innovations in VR were unlawfully copied when Oculus built its own headset, the Rift. Oculus was bought by …

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