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Helicopter Blade Slices Man Into Halves

A man has been sliced into halves by a helicopter blade during a failed rescue. The slain man, Ivan Andrés López Londoño from Columbia, and another person had been travelling in a different helicopter, which crashed in the country’s Cauca District. Londono and his partner were stranded in the hillside for seven days, both men eventually got help and hence …

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Man Sets Woman Ablaze On Public Bus

A man reportedly doused a woman with gasoline and set her ablaze inside a public bus in the Peruvian capital Lima. According to firefighters, 10 people were also injured in the fire incident that happened late Tuesday. Witnesses said the man approached the woman aboard the bus, spoke to her briefly and doused her with fuel before setting her on …

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Mass Grave Of Genocide Victims Discovered In Rwanda

A fresh mass grave, containing 120 bodies of victims of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, has been discovered in the Gasabo district of Rwanda, Theogene Kabagambire, head of the association of genocide survivors in the district, told local media on Monday. Kabagamibire said the victims could have been led to the particular killing in the guise of taking them to a …

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Xenophobia: Nigerian Man Burnt To Death In South Africa

A Nigerian has been burnt to death in Rustenburg, South Africa after his vehicle was set ablaze by yet-to-be-identified people. He has not been identified. However, the country’s North West police did not believe the incident was related to violent protests in the area this week, according to media reports on Sunday. Two vehicles were set alight in two separate …

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Chimamanda Adichie Takes Hillary Clinton Up Over Twitter Bio

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has taken her feminism a notch higher as she asked former US presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, why her Twitter bio begins with ‘wife’, rather than her career achievements. The two were talking at a PEN World Voices Festival lecture at the Cooper Union in Manhattan on Sunday.

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