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Rapist Dad got his blind daughter pregnant after mum’s death.

A RAPIST dad has been arrested for reportedly getting his blind 14-year-old daughter pregnant just months after the teen’s mum died of cancer.

The little girl gave birth to a baby girl, DNA tests proved he was the father before police swooped on the property and hauled him into a cell. His teenage daughter, who has not been named, had earlier left school claiming she was too ill to attend classes. (more…)

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The couple who fell in love on an airplane

Don’t be afraid to afraid to fall in love, it can be anywhere!!!
August 2003. Noel Taxin, 33, pulled up at Salt Lake City International Airport and grabbed her bags from the car. Out of the corner of her eye, she spotted a man kissing a girl goodbye.
“I thought, ‘Oh he’s cute,’ ” she remembers, but he was a stranger and clearly in a relationship, so she pushed the thought away.
Little did she know that this man, Robert Moyer, a divorcee seven years her senior, had spotted her, too.

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SEX, PROSTITUTION AND THE SUGAR DADDIES IN KENYA

In Kenya, more and more young women are using sugar daddies to fund a lifestyle worth posting on social media.
Transactional sex was once driven by poverty. But now, increasingly, it’s driven by vanity.

Eva, a 19-year-old student at Nairobi Aviation College, was sitting in her tiny room in shared quarters in Kitengela feeling broke, hungry, and desperate. She used the remaining 100 Kenyan shillings she had in her wallet and took a bus to the city centre, where she looked for the first man who would pay to have sex with her. After 10 minutes in a dingy alley, Eva went back to Kitengela with 1,000 Kenyan shillings to feed herself for the rest of the month. (more…)

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Ethiopian journalist reunited with long-lost daughters in after 16 years

Ethiopian journalist Addisalem Hadigu has met his daughters Asmera and Danait in Eritrea for the first time in 16 years.

He was among many families kept apart by decades of war and conflict between neighbours Ethiopia and Eritrea.

They were reunited in scenes of tearful joy and relief after the first commercial flight between the two nations in 20 years landed in Eritrea’s capital, Asmara. (more…)

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US woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home.

A 92-year-old US woman shot and killed her son, 72, in order to avoid being sent into a care home, police say.

Anna Mae Blessing, who is charged with murder, contemplated her son’s intentions to put her into care for days, according to court documents.

“You took my life, so I’m taking yours,” she reportedly said as she was escorted out of the Arizona home she shared with her son and his girlfriend.

Mrs Blessing told police she had intended to kill herself, too.

The incident happened in the morning of 2 July in the town of Fountain Hills, Maricopa county, police records obtained by local media say.
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20 Most dangerous countries in the world.

And so I got this and decided to share. On the 20 countries listed, I have been to India couple of times. In 2008 with my parents (dad & mum), 2009 and 2010 with my mum alone. It is a nice place to be, beautiful people and places to go to. But then it has it own problems just like every other countries. Nigeria on the list, so sad…… I hope the government will do something about it.

  1. Afghanistan

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against all travel to Kabul, Kunduz, Balkh, Badakhshan, Baghlan, Kandahar, Helmand, Uruzgan, Nimroz, Zabul and many other cities of Afghanistan. If you urgently need to visit Kabul, make sure you’re extremely careful on Jalalabad, Airport and Darulaman roads. There’s a very high threat of terrorist attack. There’s also a high threat of kidnapping. Although Afghanistan is an incredibly beautiful country, it’s not safe for traveling.

 

2. Syria

Well, even though I’m a huge lover of the Middle East countries, I agree with the US and UK governments that it’s best to avoid traveling to Syria right now. While many people don’t even think of visiting Syria, there are many those (like me) who love the country and want to explore its beauty. I pray for Syria as well as other countries that face armed conflicts and believe that I’ll have an opportunity to visit one of its cities. (more…)

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