Crime World 

Multiple People has been Shot in Southern California, 2 Dead: Police

Multiple People has been Shot in Southern California, 2 Dead: Police An investigation into the shooting in Long Beach, Southern California is underway. (Representational) Multiple people have been shot at in Southern California in what appears to a case of workplace violence, Long Beach police said according to a report by The Associated Press. The incident reported at around 2:25… Read More
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Coca- Cola Enjoys Christmas Trip.

This month, the New York Times reported that US President Donald Trump consumes a “dozen Diet Cokes” daily – often delivered by “household staff he summons via a button.”Who knows? Maybe overdosing on all-powerful US corporate brands will help the president “Make America Great Again”. In the meantime, a Washington Post article has taken Trump’s Diet Coke habit and run… Read More
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Christmas Earthquake Has Shaken.

Earthquake has shaken southern Mexico. There has’t be any  reports of damage report yet. Monday’s temblor was centered near the Pacific coast resort city of Acapulco, where the shaking was felt strongly and many people left their homes. Civil defense chief Sabas de la Rosa Camacho said some shopping malls were evacuated but no damage had been reported. The U.S. Geological Survey… Read More
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20 People Has Been Reported Dead From Road Accident.

A passenger bus collided with a van carrying pilgrims to Christmas Mass at a church in the northern Philippines on Monday, leaving 20 people dead and more than two dozen injured, police said. Police Chief Superintendent Romulo Sapitula said all those killed in the pre-dawn collision in La Union province’s Agoo town were in the van, known as jeepneys. Another 10 van passengers, along… Read More
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About 60 people were killed after a magnitude-8.1 earthquake

At least 60 people were killed after a magnitude-8.1 earthquake rocked Mexico late Thursday night, leveling buildings in southern Mexico, triggering tsunami warnings in several countries and causing people to flee into the street. Buildings swayed and lights went out in Mexico City, some 650 miles from the epicenter. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto called it the strongest quake the… Read More
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No place to call home for Rohingya, facing abuse and attacks

There have been disturbing reports emerging out of Myanmar recently about a new wave of attacks by government forces on the Rohingya, a Muslim minority considered one of the most persecuted groups in the world. The Rohingya have been running for their lives, hoping to escape what they believe is certain death and risking it all to cross illegally from Myanmar… Read More
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Man dies after rushing into Burning Man festival flames

A man rushed past layers of security officers into a massive fire at the Burning Man festival’s signature ceremony, suffering burns that left him dead just hours later. Authorities are investigating the death of Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, who broke through a two-layer security perimeter during the Man Burn event in which a giant, wooden effigy is set ablaze. Nevada’s… Read More