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Typhoon Nangka Lashes Japan, Killing 2, Triggering Floods

Powerful Typhoon Nangka lashed Japan on today, killing at least two people and triggering floods as authorities urged more than 230,000 residents to evacuate.

Typhoon Nangka Lashes Japan, Killing 2, Triggering Floods

Padayon's mayoral bet in Gingoog City killed

Since last year, the more than 40 unsolved killings have become an issue of concern among residents in the small city of Gingoog, east of Misamis Oriental, 122 kilometers east of… 542 more words

Politics

SOUTH AFRICA: ' SUSPECT APPEARS IN COURT OVER KILLING OF FOOTBALLER SENZO MEYIWA '

#AceWorldNews – SOUTH AFRICA – October 31 – A suspect has appeared in court in South Africa over the killing of national football captain Senzo Meyiwa. 208 more words

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NEW YORK: ' COLLEGE PROFESSOR BRUTALLY BEHEADED BY SON BEFORE KILLING HIMSELF '

#AceNewsServices – NEW YORK – A college professor has been brutally beheaded by her mentally-ill son, who left her body in the middle of the street before taking his own life.  359 more words

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Is Compassion a Melting Virtue in a Modern World?

Compassion — or the lack of it — has been a recurring theme on this blog recently, perhaps understandably as we do not shy away from topics that raise questions about the… 338 more words

RelationShaping

So he sleeps

with eyes closed but all other senses open his ears to noises forcing their way in and out through every hole of his body as he lays on the bed full of sharp objects his skin bleeds insanely his whole body soaked in thick carnal blood he reeks of rotten flesh of his own dead soul pitiful and guilty he couldn’t stand the smell and vomits his guts out from time to time his tongue tastes like bile bitter and hard and sick now his whole head spins like crazy he wishes he can die at the time but simply never could he’s meant to rot alive

Dark

Wouldn't it be nice

if the world ended today

we’d be stuck in a place

a room, for example

we hold hands

pray to some god

then earth would suddenly open… 146 more words

Poetry