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Wicked! Man arrested for raping mother, tossing baby away to death

 Indian police said Wednesday they have arrested one of three men accused of gang-raping a woman and tossing her baby from a moving autorickshaw, killing the infant.

Recession hits South Africa again

By BBC

South Africa has fallen into recession for the first time in eight years after economic growth shrank by 0.7% between January and March.

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe begins campaigning for next election

Mystery! Infant's casket floating above ground after burial

A Tennessee family mourning the tragic loss of a six-month-old baby was left reeling when they discovered his casket out of the ground and floating in water days after he was supposed to be buried.

Ailing African presidents leave nations in leadership limbo

..Leaders of Nigeria, Angola, Zimbabwe seek treatment abroad

   

Nigeria, Angola and Zimbabwe are being left in leadership limbo as their ailing rulers spend weeks abroad seeking medical attention.

Suicide bomber likely behind Manchester concert attack that killed 22, injured 59, police say

A suicide bomber was likely behind the deadly explosion in Manchester, England on Monday that killed 22 people and injured 59 others who were attending an Ariana Grande concert at one of Europe’s largest arenas.

 

China, Russia send ships after U.S. aircraft

China and Russia have dispatched intelligence-gathering vessels from their navies to chase the USS Carl Vinson nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, which is heading toward waters near the Korean Peninsula, multiple sources of the Japanese government revealed to The Yo

Senegal arrests Boko Haram recruiter, extremists

By AP

 

Senegalese police say authorities have arrested a suspected recruiter for the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Islamic extremist group.

‘I do not know that having sex with a dog is illegal’

Carol Bowditch, a 64-year-old female pensioner of Evedon, Lincs, was filmed having sex with dogs.

Trump defends decision not to hit runway on Syrian air base

Following reports that two Syrian jets took off from the airfield hit by U.S. missiles Thursday night, President Trump defended his decision not to strike the runway.

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