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There was a terror attack in London last week that claimed the lives of 6 innocent people. The three terrorists behind the attack were killed by the police in a swift action. The attacks first began with the terrorists driving a van into a crowd of people on a Saturday
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A New Year usually begins with expectations of change. As individuals make personal resolutions, government establishments are often expected to render better services. However, the Air Force seems not to be towing the change line. The Air Force, yesterday, conducted an accidental air strike by its fighter jet at Rann
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Yahoo Admits to a Serious Security Breach that Affected 500 Million Users Yahoo has confirmed that hackers stole personal data from over 500 million users. Hackers stole names, email addresses, passwords, phone numbers and security questions from Yahoo’s network in 2014. The company has been working hard to investigate the
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The Nuclear Neighbors: A case study of continuous hate. STAFF REPORT: Systematic hate is a curse – a curse that has far reaching impact and something that takes generations and still manages to survive. It definitely becomes an instrument – an instrument of war that can only go from bad
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A Boy Kills, The Doctor is kidnapped and the Family Attempts to Murder It is tragic how a little child CAN BE That caught in the middle of a murder case. That speaks in a story of gross careless parenting, the nanny gets Killed. So It Was Reported That the
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Reports have come in that a serial rapist in Ibeshe, Ikorodu, Lagos State, is on the run after allegedly raping a 60-year-old woman, identified simply as Francisca. After raping the sexagenarian, the armed assailant reportedly stabbed her in the cheek and brutalised her 10-year-old daughter, Marvellous, when she wanted to
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A Councilor in the United Kingdom asks for armed drones in order to reduce the seagull population The use of drones is increasing day by day. These gadgets are being used extensively from delivering packages to monitoring properties. Nevertheless, according to the latest story from BBC, one of the UK councilors