Monday, 27 October 2014

Heartbreaking last letter Iranian woman wrote before she was hanged

27 year old Reyhaney Jabbari was executed on Saturday October 25th by hanging in Iran seven years after she killed a man that she claimed had attempted to rape her. (read here). Before she was killed, Reyhaney wrote a very emotional letter to her mother, asking that her organs be donated to those who need them. 

Gunmen kill one German and abduct another in Sagamu

Unknown gunmen killed a German national and abducted another one on Friday morning October 24th in Sagamu, Ogun state. The two men, who worked for Julius Berger, were traveling in two separate vehicles without their security escorts when the gunmen attacked and fired shots into their vehicles.

14yr old Gia Soriano, victim of Washington school shooting dies in hospital

Beautiful 14 year old Gia Soriano died in hospital last night after she was taken off life support. Gia was one of the five people shot at close range by 15 year old Jaylen Fryberg at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington D.C before he turned the gun on himself on Friday October 24th. (read here). Her family released a statement saying;

Captain Allegedly Murdered By Crew Members On-Board

The Nigerian police is currently investigating the brutal murder of a senior captain of ORC Fishing and Food Processing Limited located at Kirikiri Phase 2, Apapa, Lagos.

The deceased, identified as Captain Aiyenumelo Felix of Nigeria Marine Navy, was allegedly killed by his crew members on board, on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 in the Atlantic Ocean, within Nigeria’s territorial waters.

Britain's fattest woman who weighed 40st dies of a heart attack aged 44

She would get regular deliveries from the butchers, fish and chip shop and local Tesco supermarket to her bed

Doctors warned Brenda Flanagan-Davies to 'lose weight or die' when she became bed-bound at her home in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, after consuming more than 6,000 calories a day.

Poster girl for Kurdish freedom fighters in Kobane is 'captured and beheaded by ISIS

The woman (left), known by the nom de guerre Rehana, was celebrated as a symbol of hope for the embattled Syrian border town (top right) after a journalist tweeted a picture of her making a 'V-sign'. But there are now claims Rehana, who fought for the Kurdish YPJ, or Women's Defense Unit, may have been killed after gruesome pictures began circulating on Twitter of an Isis fighter purportedly holding aloft her head.