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    Without regular sex women risk mental disorder, Psychiatrist advice

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    A psychiatrist, Dr Maymunah Kadiri on Saturday advised married women to have regular sex with their spouses in order to prevent depression and gain happiness. Depression is a common mental disorder that causes people to experience depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy, […] More

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    A 65-year-old man dies during sex with lover in a hotel

    A man said to be about 65 years has been reported dead while having sex at a hotel in Awka, Anambra State of Nigeria. The man, identified as Mr Obi Nwoda, checked into the hotel with a lady on Saturday. According to the management of the hotel, the woman was leaving the hotel alone and […] More

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    ‘Dead’ man turns up two months after burial

    A man who was thought to be dead has turned up at his family’s home two months after they apparently buried him. Aigali Supygaliev, from Kazakhstan, was pronounced dead after DNA tests on badly burned human remains proved with “with 99.2% certainty” that they were his. Authorities issued an official death certificate and he was […] More

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    A restaurant owner kills a man and serves his body to vegetarians for dinner

    Patrons at a vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, were turned off when they found chunks of meat in their food, but they were even more disgusted once they discovered it was human flesh. Although the restaurant goers didn’t initially realize it was human meat on their plates, they reported the “vegetarian” establishment to authorities, Singaporean […] More

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    A governor in Tanzania has vow to arrest all homosexuals

    The regional governor of Tanzania’s largest city, Dar es Salaam, has vowed to arrest people suspected of being gay by next week in an escalating crackdown on LGBT communities in the East African nation. “I have received reports that there are so many homosexuals in our city, and these homosexuals, are advertising and selling their […] More

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    Privates messages from 81, 000 Facebook accounts have been hacked and published online for sale

    Hackers appear to have compromised and published private messages from at least 81,000 Facebook users’ accounts. The perpetrators told the BBC Russian Service that they had details from a total of 120 million accounts, which they were attempting to sell, although there are reasons to be sceptical about that figure. Facebook said its security had […] More

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    A former nurse has admitted to killing 100 patients in Germany

    A former nurse has admitted murdering 100 patients during the first day of his trial, making him one of Germany’s worst post-war serial killers. Detectives say Niels Högel, 41, administered fatal doses of medication to the people in his care at two hospitals in northern Germany. His motive, prosecutors say, was to impress colleagues by […] More

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    Basically everyone in Britain is set to get a pay rise next year

    An increase in the income tax threshold means pretty much everyone earning over £12,500 is set for a mini pay rise next year. Philip Hammond said the personal allowance, the income at which workers begin to pay tax, would increase to £12,500 from April. Announcing the move while unveiling the 2018 Budget, he added that […] More

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    A mother is finally reunited with kidnapped son after 31 years

    A Canadian mother has been reunited with her son who was abducted in 1987 as a toddler. Jermaine Allan Mann was allegedly taken by his father when he was 21 months old during a scheduled visit in Toronto. He and his father lived under assumed names in the US until late last week, when his […] More

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    The World’s Longest Thank-You Note Has 270,000 Signatures

    Few public officials have been thanked for their service on the same scale as Lord Viscount Morpeth. When he retired from his position as chief secretary for Ireland in 1841, citizens got together to send him an epic thank-you note—and today it’s one of the most important documents in Irish history. According to the video […] More

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    Trump: U.S. will build up nuclear arsenal

    President Donald Trump said Monday he would build up America’s nuclear arsenal in response to what he portrayed as growing threats from Russia and China. “Until people come to their senses, we will build it up,” Trump said in reference to U.S. nuclear weapons capacity. “We have more money than anybody else by far.” Trump […] More

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    UNICEF France lists 9 cryptocurrencies to be accepted as donations

    The France chapter of UNICEF recently announced on its official website that the organization will accept donations in cryptocurrencies. A list of nine cryptocurrencies, which will be accepted as donations, has been put out. The cryptocurrencies that will now be accepted by the organization include Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Ripple’s XRP, Bitcoin Cash [BCH], EOS, […] More

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    Death toll rises to 20 after suicide bombings in southern Somalia

    The death toll has risen to 20 people on Sunday following two suspected suicide bombers that struck in the southern Somali city of Baidoa on Saturday, a local hospital official said. “We received 20 dead people and about 40 others injured from the twin blasts of yesterday,” Abdifatah Hashi, the general manager of Baidoa city […] More

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    Litecoin 4th cryptocurrency to be traded in Winklevoss twins-owned Gemini

    Cryptocurrency platform Gemini will introduce Litecoin as the 4th digital asset in its platform after Bitcoin, Zcash, and Ether, the company announced in a blog post on Friday. Owned by the famous Winklevoss twins, the cryptocurrency platform has received regulators nod to trade Litecoin, that can be deposited into the Gemini account from Saturday, October 13, […] More

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    Fake news site on social media uses Jacinda Adern picture to sell Bitcoin

    A fake news website on Facebook used the image of New Zealand Prime Minister for promoting Bitcoin and altcoins. A local news media outlet, Stuff said that the website appeared like CNN, a prominent news media which circulated that New Zealand Treasury has invested 250 million or “half” of its total wealth in “Bitcoin Revolution”. Previously […] More

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    Where does the phrase ‘coming out’ come from?

    Today is the 30th annual National Coming Out Day – a day to celebrate the act of coming out as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer. But why do we call it ‘coming out’? Where does the term come from? ‘Coming out’ is short for ‘coming out of the closet’, and is a metaphor that […] More

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    Greece bans obese tourists from riding on donkeys

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    Greece has banned fat tourists from riding on donkeys after campaigners said the animals were being left with spinal injuries.  The move comes after shocking images emerged of donkeys climbing the narrow steps of the Greek island of Santorini holding obese holidaymakers. Lawmakers in Greece have since pledged to do more to help the animals. […] More

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    Another Lady Has Accused Cristiano Ronaldo Of Rape

    Another woman has come forward with a rape accusation against Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Leslie Stovall, the lawyer of Ronaldo’s first accuser Kathryn Mayorga. “I have had a call from a woman who claims to have had a similar experience,” Stovall said, via the Daily Mail. Stovall reportedly declined to name the woman, but […] More

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