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Stunning! Man admits to slaughtering 7 year old girl and sex with her body

A 22-year-old man yesterday admitted to the Accra Central District Magistrate Court to killing a seven-year-old young lady at Ashaiman, close Tema, after which he engaged in sexual relations with the remains. 373 more words

Gists

Poultry Processing Procedures

(Caution, Graphic Photos)

These are the steps in poultry processing:

  1. Birds taken off food night previous to processing day
  2. Birds calmed and loaded into cones…
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Livestock

Khaitan & Co., JSA, Cyril Amarchand & Mangaldas with 2 Foreign firms lead the Giant Merger RCOM-AIRCEL

A decisive and conclusive agreement was signed between the telecom giant Reliance Communications Ltd. (RCOM) led by Anil Dhirubhai Ambani and Aircel Limited, towards a merger of its wireless business. 136 more words

Legal

Dhaka's Blood Rivers Isn't Actually Blood | Jack The Lad

The ‘blood rivers’ in Dhaka, Bangladesh during the time of Eid-Al-Adha has nothing to do with the slaughtering of animals, the rivers that mysteriously turn into red liquid is a natural phenomena which scientists have yet to explain. 172 more words

Everything

cows and sheep (Eid al-Adha)

Even if one happened to be in Indonesia during Eid al-Adha and would not know anything about this Muslim festival,  it still would be easy to notice that something unusual is taking place. 280 more words

English

I want love to prevail

My mummy was crying in the kitchen
I had no idea why
I went to give her a kiss and a hug
When she said my uncle was a great guy… 301 more words

The World

Slaughter of 45,000 wild horses: Is the BLM backtracking?

The news that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) had accepted an independent advisory board’s proposal to slaughter some 45,000 wild horses that are under its custody has inflamed the social media to the point where the BLM has now apparently backtracked, while the lamestream media claim that the BLM never had the intention to proceed with the proposal in the first place… 437 more words

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