Sunday , November 19 2017

British backpacker and friend found dead in Cambodian hostel as mum reveals final WhatsApp messages (Photos)

A young British backpacker who sent her mum a Whatsapp message to say she had food poisoning has been found dead. Natalie Seymour, 22, and friend Abbey Amisola, from Canada, were both found dead in a Cambodian hostel. The pair are believed to have taken over-the-counter medicine after falling ill. …

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7 Best Social Media Channels for Business Marketing

Social media has been the game changer in almost everything that surrounds us. With the birth of social platforms, custom targeting of prospective customers is easier than ever. One of the greatest innovations of technology is social media, not just in our ability to communicate but in our ability to market …

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5 Breast Cancer Signs and Symptoms you need to know

Knowing how your breasts normally look and feel is an important part of breast health. Finding breast cancer as early as possible gives you a better chance of successful treatment. But knowing what to look for does not take the place of having regular mammograms and other screening tests. Screening tests can help find …

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Couple sentenced to 130 years each for worst case of child neglect of their twin girls

An Oklahoma couple, Aislyn Miller, 24 and Kevin Fowler, 25, whose 9 month old twin baby girls were starved and left in filth, was sentenced on Monday to 130 years in prison each for what authorities said was the worst cause of child neglect they had ever seen.  The couple was both …

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Shock as Entire Set of Rare Quintuplets Die in Kenya

A Kenyan mother who gave birth to extremely rare naturally-conceived quintuplets has lost all five babies, according to a hospital in the south west of the country. The mother, Jacintah Akinyi, 30 — who did not know she was carrying five babies — went into labor on Sunday and gave …

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UK and US embassies in Harare issue statement on potential military coup in Zimbabwe

This morning, Zimbabwe’s military said it had taken custody of President Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest head of state and one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, in what increasingly appeared to be a military takeover in the southern African nation. After seizing the state broadcaster, ZBC, two uniformed officers said in a short announcement that …

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