JOHANNESBURG — The United Nations children's agency is warning that almost 1.4 million children are at "imminent risk of death" as famine threatens parts of South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen. Continue reading ? The post Almost 1.4 million children face ‘imminent death’: UN agency appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
A German court sentenced a South Korean woman to six years in jail for the death of her cousin who was beaten and suffocated during an attempted exorcism in a Frankfurt hotel room. Four other family members accused of taking part inShow More Summary
This is the fourth and final instalment in a series from Michael Brull on the death of Ms Dhu, An Aboriginal woman who died in Port Hedland after being taken into police custody for outstanding fines. Michael’s reporting is based on the recent findings of the coronial Inquest into Ms Dhu’s death, which was handed [...]Show More Summary
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ran a death squad that killed many people, including a journalist and a pregnant woman, when he was mayor of a southern city, a retired policeman who claimed to be part of the group said Monday. Arthur...Show More Summary
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's top court upheld death sentences for 10 men on Tuesday for their part in Egypt's worst violence at a soccer stadium, in which more than 70 fans were killed in February 2012.
MANILA (Reuters) - Police carried out killings in the Philippine city of Davao under the instruction of then mayor Rodrigo Duterte, the current president, according to a former policeman who said he was part of a "Davao death squad" tasked with eliminating criminals.
"I understand that might sound radical, but bear with me. Why should death be considered more taboo than sex? Both are a natural part of life. We may think death is too scary for kids to talk about, but I believe the consequences of a bad death are far scarier. Show More Summary
Authorities claimed Taylor seemed unemotional after learning her son had died, but Taylor says she was trying to process what happened.
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This “Harry Potter” alum made her clothes disappear. Scarlett Byrne, who played Pansy Parkinson in “The Half-Blood Prince” and “Deathly Hallows Part 1 and 2,” posed nude for Playboy’s March/April issue. Byrne, 26, posted a tasteful black...Show More Summary
Perhaps it's no surprise that some couples end up swapping blows, blood, and bullets instead of heart-shaped chocolates and flowers on Valentine's Day. The post Till Death Do Us Part: 5 Shocking Valentine’s Day Murders appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Post-mortems are an essential part of the investigative process after someone has died in suspicious circumstances, usually performed to establish cause of death. Definitively proving time of death later is extremely difficult. By using...Show More Summary
We've already seen Hideo Kojima and Mads Mikkelsen having a good time out on the town in Tokyo, but now it's time to get down to Death Stranding business
(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) Programmed cell death is an integral part of embryonic development. Exploring the regulation of the process, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich researchers have shown that so-called microRNAs protect the precursors of neurons from 'precocious' elimination.
Photo Credit Alexandra Valenti The Black Angels are back after a four year hiatus and are now part off the acclaimed Partisan Records roster. Death Song will be their debut. It was seven years ago that they visited HearYa HQ. The video Entrance Song still remains one of the favorite videos that we (by we, [...]
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Major spoilers ahead for Monday night’s episode of Jane the Virgin.Reports of Michael Cordero’s death have not been exaggerated. After surviving a shot to the chest in Jane the Virgin’s season two finale, Jane’s husband, played by Brett Dier, met his end in a decidedly less dramatic way in Monday ... More »
This is the third in a four part series by Michael Brull probing the coroner’s report into the death of Ms Dhu, a young Aboriginal woman held in police custody for unpaid fines, who died in agony in her cell a few days later. Part 1 of this series can be read here. Part 2 [...]Show More Summary
As president, Ronald Reagan spoke movingly of the shock and horror he felt as part of a military film crew documenting firsthand the atrocities of the Nazi death camps. The story wasn’t true. Years later, an adamant, finger-wagging Bill Clinton looked straight into a live TV camera and told the...
This is the second in a three part series by Michael Brull probing the coroner’s report into the death of Ms Dhu, a young Aboriginal woman held in police custody for unpaid fines, who died in agony in her cell a few days later. Part 1 of this series can be read here. “The [...]Show More Summary