Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Former Judge Framed a Woman after She Refused to have Sex with Him


45-year-old Bryant Cochran a former Murray County judge in Georgia has been sentenced to five years in jail for a number of offenses including framing a woman on drugs charges after she rejected his sexual advances.

Woman Refused to let Firefighters Smash Her Car Window to Rescue Her 3-Year-Old Son


A mother in Yiwu China seemed to value her car more than the life of her child. The woman refused to allow firefighters and passers-by to break the window of her BMW to rescue her 3-year-old son because she didn’t want to damage her luxury car. The child was trapped inside the extremely hot car with temperature being around 32°C.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu Admitted To Hospital

Archbishop Desmond Tutu pays tribute to Pope John Paul II at his home in Cape Town.

The 83-year-old Nobel Peace laureate and anti-apartheid campaigner is being treated in Cape Town for a "persistent infection".
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is in a Cape Town hospital being treated for what his family describes as a persistent infection.
In a statement released by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, his daughter the Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu said she hopes he will be home again "in a day or two".

Bloody mayhem on streets linked to bitter Dublin feud

Two men were arrested yesterday while another three men were hospitalised after the chaos broke out in front of dozens of onlookers, including children, on a busy street in Drogheda shortly before midday.
Among the three men hospitalised was Clifford Whitehouse, whose brother Benny was shot dead last September. The two men who were arrested were later released without charge and a file was prepared for the DPP.

US Extradites Six Nigerians To Mississippi From South Africa Over Scam Charges

The US Department of Justice has successfully extradited six Nigerians from South Africa to face charges of running a series of scams against gullible Americans over the past 14 years.

Christ Embassy Workers Set To Protest Non Payment Of Salaries

Workers with Infinity Media, a communication outfit owned by Christ Embassy Church, will on Thursday hit the streets of Lagos to protest non-payment of their salaries.

Female terrorist who stabbed American woman to death in an Abu Dhabi mall has been executed

The female terrorist/ISIS fanatic who stabbed an American mother of 11 year old twins to death in an Abu Dhabi shopping mall toilet was executed in the early hours of today. Alaa Bader Al Hashemi, 30, (pictured in burqa roaming around the mall, looking for a victim) was executed at dawn after President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed alNahyan approved the death sentence.

Sunday Oliseh arrives Nigeria ahead of his swearing-in as new Super Eagles coach

Former Super Eagles captain Sunday Oliseh arriived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, this afternoon ahead of his swearing-in as head coach of the Super Eagles by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) tomorrow Wednesday July 15th. 

Pope's driver takes 'best papal selfie' ever:

Pope Francis' driver takes 'best papal selfie' ever in Paraguay

El Chapo's ride to freedom 'he paid for with $50million in bribes'

El Chapo’s ride to freedom: First pictures of ‘motorbike on rails’ Mexican drugs lord used

The motorbike (centre) was used by notorious Mexican cartel leader Joaquim 'El Chapo' Guzman (inset), in a daring escape from the maximum-security Altiplano prison on Saturday. The bike was fitted to rails in an underground tunnel, nearly a mile long, that reached from the showers in the prison to a construction site nearby.