The controversial case of the Japanese millionaire who wanted “a big family” and had 16 children with rent bellies in Thailand

The controversial case of the Japanese millionaire who wanted “a big family” and had 16 children with rent bellies in Thailand

A court in Bangkok, Thailand, granted a wealthy Japanese paternity rights of 13 children born of surgeries in that country. The court’s decision opens the way for Mitsutoki Shigeta , 28, to obtain custody of the children and transfer them to Japan. It is the latest twist in this scandal known as “baby...

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Starving Indian Farmers Eat Rats as Protest in Delhi

Starving Indian Farmers Eat Rats as Protest in Delhi

(Reuters) Indian farmers hit by drought and debt displayed the skulls of fellow farmers, believed to have committed suicide, and placed live rats in their mouths at a protest on Monday calling on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to save them from starvation. The farmers, who traveled to the Indian capital...

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Is Pakistan close to a Free Trade Agreement with the EU?

Is Pakistan close to a Free Trade Agreement with the EU?

In a triumphant juncture for Pakistan, especially in the face of Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) sanctions, the European parliament has given the nod for Pakistan’s (Generalized System of Preferences) GSP plus status to be extended two years. Pakistan is one of the 10 beneficiaries of EU’s...

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Donald Trump suggests arming US teachers to avoid attacks such as shooting at a Florida school

Donald Trump suggests arming US teachers to avoid attacks such as shooting at a Florida school

The arming of teachers is not a new idea and is certainly controversial. US President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed his support for the possibility of training firearms in some teachers and allowing them to be carried inside schools as a way to deter possible attacks against teachers. schools. “That’s...

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5 reasons why chocolate is in danger around the world

5 reasons why chocolate is in danger around the world

Whether you have a sweet palate or just buy chocolate to make a gift, there are reasons to worry. The future of cocoa , the heart of a global chocolate industry valued at US $ 98,000 million annually, is under threat . The fault lies with a combination of factors, from global warming...

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“A sadistic and twisted pedophile”: the Briton who blackmailed dozens of victims through Dark Web

“A sadistic and twisted pedophile”: the Briton who blackmailed dozens of victims through Dark Web

The British Matthew Falder, a “twisted and sadistic” pedophile, forced his victims to perform acts of degradation and self-harm. Then he blackmailed them and shared images in the dark network. He has just been sentenced to 32 years in prison. He admitted to 137 charges -including that of rape against 46 people , some of...

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Not worried what voters, people will say about my marriage: Imran

Not worried what voters, people will say about my marriage: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan, who recently made public his marriage, said late Wednesday in an interview he is not worried about what voters or the common people will think about his latest matrimonial decision. The PTI leader, however, stressed that Bushra, his third wife, would neither get...

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Accountability court to resume corruption hearing against Nawaz, family shortly

Accountability court to resume corruption hearing against Nawaz, family shortly

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and daughter Maryam have reached the accountability court which will shortly resume hearing the corruption references against them. Nawaz’s son-in-law MNA Capt (retd) Safdar, also accused of corruption, was already present at the court. Following Nawaz’s disqualification by the Supreme Court in the Panama...

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ECP removes Nawaz Sharif’s name as PML-N president

ECP removes Nawaz Sharif’s name as PML-N president

ISLAMABAD: A question mark hangs over the holding of Senate elections on time in the wake of the Supreme Court verdict, which declares Nawaz Sharif ineligible to become PML-N president and comes into effect from July 28, nullifying all decisions taken by him as party chief. Soon after the Supreme Court...

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