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India puts Gujarat lions on trial after three people killed

Officials in India have “arrested” 18 lions as they try to find a man eater suspected of killing three people. Forest officials in Gujarat state will test the lions’ prints and excrement in an attempt to identify the killer. The “guilty lion” will be kept in a zoo for life while the others will be released back into the Gir ...

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Lynette White murder: Police officers lose civil case

Eight former South Wales Police detectives involved in the Lynette White murder investigation have lost their civil case against the force. They brought civil action after being cleared of corruption allegations when their trial collapsed in 2011. Graham Mounc her, Thomas Page, Richard Powell, John Seaford, Michael Daniels, Peter Greenwood, Paul Jennings and Paul Stephen sued for malicious prosecution, false ...

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Orlando killer Omar Mateen ‘visited Pulse gay club’

The man behind the worst mass shooting in recent US history visited the gay nightclub where he carried out the massacre several times, witnesses say. Chris Callen, a performer at Pulse in Orlando, Florida, told the New York Daily News that Omar Mateen had visited the venue over the past three years. Investigators are pursuing the reports, according to US ...

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Philippines condemns Abu Sayyaf killing of Canadian Robert Hall

The Philippine president has condemned the “brutal and senseless murder” of a Canadian man by Abu Sayyaf militants. Robert Hall was kidnapped by the Islamist group in September along with three others from Canada, the Philippines and Norway. Fellow Canadian John Ridsdel was killed by the group in April after a multi-million dollar ransom deadline expired. Canadian Prime Minister Justin ...

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Malaysia’s Islamic airline Rayani Air barred from flying

Malaysia’s first Islamic-compliant airline, Rayani Air, has been barred from flying for breaching regulations. The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) said it was revoking the airline’s certification because of concerns over its safety audit and administration. Rayani Air launched last December offering only halal food, no alcohol and crew wearing modest clothing. It has two Boeing 737-400 planes in its ...

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How Warcraft stormed the box office in China

First it was on your computer, then a cinema near you and now World Of Warcraft (WoW) is taking over China. Warcraft: The Beginning, the film of the hit computer game, opened in China last week, taking $156m (£109m) in five days and topping box offices. Comparatively, Star Wars: The Force Awakens took $125.4m during its entire box office run ...

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More Hillary Clinton emails to be published, says Wikileaks

13 June, 2016 Founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange said his organisation is preparing to publish more emails Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent and received while she was the secretary of state. Assange’s comments were made during an interview on British commercial network, ITV on Sunday, the Guardian reported. “We have upcoming leaks in relation to Hillary Clinton ...

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50 killed in Florida gay nightclub shooting, worst in US history

​A gunman armed with an assault rifle killed 50 people at a packed gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida on Sunday in the worst mass shooting in US history which authorities described as a possible act of terrorism. Police killed the shooter, who was identified as Omar S Mateen, a 29-year-old Florida resident and US citizen. A top US congressman said Mateen may ...

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Euro 2016: England and Russia given disqualification warning

Uefa has threatened to disqualify England and Russia from Euro 2016 if there is any further violence by fans. It has begun disciplinary proceedings against Russia – but not England – after “totally unacceptable” scenes at Saturday’s England-Russia game. Footage appeared to show Russia fans rush at England supporters after the Euro 2016 1-1 draw in Marseille. Charges against Russia ...

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THE SEEDS OF PEACE START TO GROW IN ZIMBABWE

Harare, Zimbabwe – On the 4th of June 2016 the International Peace Youth Group alongside numerous youth groups and educational institutions hosted the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace at the Harare Gardens. Showing their commitment for peace, youth from the Female Student Network, Global Youth Foundation, and Centre for Peace and United Theological College all came ...

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