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Women journalists stopped from entering Jags locker room

Three female journalists were stopped by a male usher from entering the Jaguars locker room after their loss to the Colts because they were women. Finally he allowed them insi

Typhoon Mujigae Hits: Several killed in China and Philippines

Deadly Typhoon called Mujigae hit southern China with deadly effect on Sunday ( 10/4), leaving at least nine dead and dozens more missing. Typhoon Mujigae, the 22nd of the

Brazilian President Cuts Her Salary By 10% to Aid Economy

In an attempt to fight off an escalating political and economic crisis, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff has cut her own salary by 10%, slashed eight ministries and reshuff

Facts about Black History Month

Celebrated annually in the United States, Canada, in the United Kingdom and in Germany, Black History Month is also known as African-American History Month in the United State

Oregon Shooting: 13 Legally Bought Weapons Found

Following a shooting that has killed nine people at an Oregon college, investigating officers have recovered 13 weapons, all of which were bought legally. Six weapons were fou

Redcar Steelworks Gone Into Liquidation

As soon as the UK government rejected a last-ditch appeal for financial help, Thailand-based company SSI that owns the Redcar steel works in north-east England has been put in

Sydney Killer Boy Had Terror Links

Australian police believes that the 15-year-old who killed a police worker in Sydney had links to terrorism. He is a radicalised teenager of Ir

UK plan to scrap Human Rights Act is ‘dangerous’, says UN

The UN special rapporteur on torture has accused David Cameron of a “cold-hearted ” approach to the migration crisis, warning that plans to scrap the Human Rights Act risk

Joe Biden Shows Up At LGBT Rights Gala

Vice President Joe Biden delivered the keynote speech while speaking to a room of nearly 4,000 supporters of the nation’s largest LGBT rights group on Saturday (10/3) in Was

Jeremy Corbyn: Wouldn’t Use Nuclear Weapons Anyway

In an interview at the end of the party’s annual conference, the Labour leader admitted he would not “press the button” to retaliate in the event of a nuclear attack if