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Canada Police Shoot Homeless Man, YouTube Video of Incident Fuels Protests

Apr 24th 2014

Canadian activists are outraged by a video where police are seen shooting a mentally ill homeless man with rubber bullets.

Twitter Hashtag Gone Bad: New York Police #myNYPD Goes Viral for Unexpected Reasons

Apr 24th 2014

New York police creates a Twitter hashtag to show the world how happy and accommodating New York City is, especially with the presence of the police department. #myNYPD went on the run only to gather unexpected and unpleasant response from netizens.

Boxing News 2014: Expert Says Pacquiao Would Beat Mayweather If the Dream Match Would Take Place Now; Tax Court Orders Phil Gov’t to Stop Garnishing Pacman’s Properties

Apr 24th 2014

In the eyes of boxing experts, eight-division title holder Manny Pacquiao was able to prove to the world that he is one of the best pugilists in the world after he took back on April12 the WBO welterw...

Canadian Usher Gordon Stuckless Pleads Guilty to 100 Sex Abuse Charges

Apr 23rd 2014

Canadian usher Gordon Stuckless has pleaded guilty to 100 charges of sexual abuse which involves 18 victims.

New Zealand Scientist Mary Quin to Serve as Star Witness to Terrorism Trial in New York

Apr 23rd 2014

A leading scientist in New Zealand is expected to take the stand in New York as a key witness to a major terrorism trial. Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, also known as Abu Hamza who has a metal hook instead of his right hand, is facing terrorism charges.

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Verizon Strike 2011: FBI Probing Acts of Alleged Sabotage by Workers

Reportedly, incidents of wire-cutting by aggrieved strikers have interfered with the phone services of thousands of customers between Virginia and Massachusetts.

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