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Uganda’s government announced plans Thursday to reintroduce a bill which would impose death penalty on homosexuals in the East African country. “Homosexuality is not natural to Ugandans, but there has been a massive recruitment by gay people in schools, and especially among the youth, where they are promoting the falsehood that people are born like that,” Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo told...
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry is suing two British tabloid newspapers  – Daily Mirror and The Sun, for allegedly hacking his phone and stealing voice messages.Buckingham Palace confirmed to The Associated Press that the claims were filed in the High Court of Justice on Prince Harry’s behalf and involve “illegal interception of voicemail messages.”The lawsuit comes barely four...
A former Yahoo software engineer has pleaded guilty to charges of illegally accessing user accounts.Reyes Daniel Ruiz admitted to hacking about 6,000 accounts, looking for sexual images and videos.The US Department of Justice said Ruiz had "cracked" user passwords and accessed internal Yahoo systems while hunting for pornography.The DoJ said in a statement the access Ruiz had attained to...
When elderly clients of the Bronx-based RiverSpring Health Plans are feeling low, they might get a cat in their lap — a robotic cat that is.The robocat is designed to mimic a real animal. It miaows, semi-convincingly, and it purrs, very convincingly. It's fluffy and nice to stroke.And according to BBC, research suggests there is a real benefit to providing...
Molise, a mountainous Italian region with a stretch of coastline on the Adriatic Sea has announced it will pay people more than $27,000 to move in to one of its 106 underpopulated villages in an effort to prevent their communities from dying, CNN reported. The region is a wild, beautiful but overlooked area that lies east of Rome.According to...
A California megachurch pastor committed suicide on Monday night, Church officials announced.Jarrid Wilson, who once spoke openly about his battle with depression, was a pastor with the Harvest Christian Fellowship Church in Riverside California.“Jarrid also repeatedly dealt with depression and was very open about his ongoing struggles,” senior pastor Greg Laurie wrote Tuesday on the church’s blog.“He wanted to especially...
A British man has spent £30,000 of his savings on a failed legal battle “for justice” over a £100 speeding fine, BBC reported.Richard Keedwell of Yate near Bristol, said a “seriously flawed” legal system meant fighting the fine had taken nearly three years and used up his sons’ inheritance money.Keedwell,71, said he was wrongly clocked doing 35mph in a...
A married man who died from a heart attack while having sex with a woman he met on a business trip in France was a ‘victim of a professional accident’, a French court ruled. The ruling means that the man’s employer is financially responsible for the death. The company will have to pay huge compensations to the deceased dependents. The man identified only...
A man and his wife have got themselves into big trouble. The couple is now facing theft charges and over $100,000 in overdraft fees after allegedly spending money that was accidentally deposited into their bank account, WITN reported. Trouble started on May 31 when a bank teller mistakenly deposited $120,000 into Robert and Tiffany Williams account at BB&T, according to the report. The bank later realized the mistake it...
Russia, which was accused of interfering in America’s 2016 presidential election, is now accusing Facebook and Google of interfering in its regional elections.Russian state communications watchdog Roskomnadzor said that Facebook and Google allowed political ads during Sunday’s regional elections despite being asked to ban such publicity.“During the monitoring of mass media on voting day, on Google’s search engine, on...

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