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Heroic security guard who saved people when drunk men opened fire at a bar is shot dead when police arrived and mistook him for the shooter

A security guard has been killed by police after officers responded to a shooting inside a bar and thought he was the gunman, despite people screaming that he was innocent.   The incident, which took place at Manny’s Blue Room Bar in Robbins, Illinois, Chicago, began when security asked a group of drunken …

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France launches nationwide investigation into abnormal rates of babies born with missing limbs

France has launched a nationwide investigation into abnormal rates of babies born with missing or malformed limbs in several regions, after 11 new cases were identified.   In October, the country’s health agency, Santé Publique France, presented at a press conference seven cases in three different geographical areas that had …

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Kanye West donates $73,000 to Chicago politician, Amara Enyia

Kanye West has reportedly donated more than $73,000 to a candidate for Chicago mayor, Amara Enyia so she could pay off fines from the Illinois State Board of Elections.   The Chicago Tribune reports that the donation matches the exact amount of money that Enyia owed the board following her brief …

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Suspected serial mail bomber identified as Trump supporter, Cesar Altier Sayoc

The person behind the mail bombs sent to various prominent Democrats has been identified as Cesar Altier Sayoc. Cesar Altier Sayoc was taken into custody on Friday morning in Plantation, Florida, in connection with the 12 suspicious packages that were sent to critics of President Donald Trump this week. According to Sayoc’s …

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Malawian president Mutharika orders citizens to embark on 3 days prayer for good rain and disaster-free rainy season

President Peter Mutharika of Malawi, has ordered citizens to embark on 3 days prayer for good rain and disaster-free 2018/2019 rainy season from 26th to 28 of October 2018. The president gave the order in a statement through Lloyd.A. Muhara, the Chief Secretary to the Government, where he also directed that all Cabinet Minister …

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No evidence to prove Nnamdi Kanu is in Jerusalem- Israeli govt says

The Israeli government has said there is no evidence to prove that the leader of the proscribed secessionist group, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, was or is in their country. Recall that last Friday October 19th, Kanu resurfaced in a live video on Facebook with claims he is in Isreal. Kanu went missing in …

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Canadian woman arrested and charged with witchcraft

A woman has been arrested and charged with extortion, fraud, and witchcraft in Canada. Canada still has witchcraft laws and 32-year-old Dorie “Madeena” Stevenson of Milton was arrested on October 18 after a victim came forward to reveal that they had consulted with a psychic and had been defrauded of an …

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UK briefs Nigeria on Nnamdi Kanu’s travelling documents

British authorities have briefed the Nigerian government about the temporary travel documents they were about to issue to Namdi Kanu, who holds a Nigeria-U.K dual citizenship.   According to a report by Vanguard, a source privy to the British arrangement but spoke on the condition of anonymity, disclosed this to journalists …

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Two Russian football stars face two months in jail for violent attacks in Moscow

A Moscow court on Thursday ordered the arrest of Russian football stars after they were charged over violent attacks in central Moscow. Zenit St Petersburg forward Alexander Kokorin and Krasnodar midfielder Pavel Mamayev will be held in custody for two months and could face jail over the violent attacks. According to reports, a man was kicked and punched …

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UK appoints Minister for Suicide Prevention and pledges £1.8 million to The Samaritans

UK Prime Minister, Theresa May has appointed the first ever Suicide Minister dedicated to reducing suicide across the country. The PM promoted junior health minister Jackie Doyle-Price and pledged £1.8million to fund The Samaritans helpline for four years. Mrs May said her appointee would lead a taskforce, introduce suicide prevention …

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