Mirror‘s exposé prompts call for inquiry into child abuse ring in Telford, England

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 On Monday, Lucy Allan MP (Member of Parliament) called for a public inquiry into an alleged child sexual exploitation ring in Telford, Shropshire, England, which may have been operating for 40 years and had as many as a thousand girls as victims. This came in direct response to an investigative report […]

NFL: Ricky Williams applies for reinstatement

Friday, April 6, 2007 Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams, who has applied for reinstatement to the NFL, told ESPN Radio’s Dan Patrick on Friday that he hasn’t gotten high on drugs “in maybe three years.” Williams credited yoga with replacing drugs to ease stress. Williams was suspended in April 2006 for violating the NFL’s […]

Pentagon considers using non-nuke ICBMs for preemptive strikes against alleged “terrorists”

Monday, August 28, 2006 The Pentagon is considering replacing the nuclear warheads on some ballistic missiles with conventional munitions so that they can be used for “pre-emptive” strikes against alleged terrorists, Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld told reporters after a meeting with Russia’s Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov. “If either of our countries or friends and […]

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Gevaert and Hellebaut win golden medal at European athletics championships

Saturday, August 12, 2006 Kim Gevaert and Tia Hellebaut both won their finals last night in Gothenburg at the European Championships in Athletics. For Gevaert, who already won the 100m sprint three days ago and held third place in the world ranking, 22.68 seconds in the 200 metres was enough to haul in a second […]

Fires at Baxter Immigration Detention Centre in South Australia

Saturday, November 12, 2005 34 accommodation units have been destroyed by fire at the Baxter Detention Centre near Pt Augusta in South Australia today. The blaze also gutted a kitchen, laundry, recreational area and officers’ station. The original blaze broke out around 4am ACST in the kitchen of the “White One” compound which houses single […]

Oldest surviving US WWI veteran dies

Saturday, December 22, 2007 J. Russell Coffey, the oldest surviving United States veteran of First World War (WWI), has died. He was 109. Coffey’s death was announced by the Smith-Crates Funeral Home in North Baltimore, Ohio. According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA), he is the last remaining veteran of the war […]

Canadian National buys Chicago railroad

Monday, February 2, 2009 Canadian National (CN), the Montreal-based rail operator, has bought the main lines of the U.S. Elgin (EJ&E). CN began to buy the railway from U.S. Steel in September 2007. Regulatory approval in the US was given in January. The Canadian railway company will use the lines to avoid congestion in Chicago, […]

Brazilian environmentalists tell residents to urinate in shower to save water

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 Environmentalists in Brazil are urging the country’s residents to urinate in the shower while washing themselves, to help conserve water and save the rainforest. Television ads being aired in the country claim that by doing so, the nation could save over 1,000 gallons of water per household each year. SOS Mata […]

U.S. superbug expected to emerge in Canada

Wednesday, January 3, 2007 An infectious superbug spreading in the United States is to “emerge in force” in Canada, doctors fear. The bacteria have been reported popping up in day care centers and locker rooms across the U.S. Usually elderly or very ill hospital patients get the disease. More than 2 million U.S. residents are […]

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