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Orange is the New Black held to ransom

Popular Netflix series, Orange is the New Black is being held to ransom by a hacker.

EU holds summit without the UK

The European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels to discuss a strategy for negotiations with the United Kingdom over Brexit, without the UK.

President Buhari still in charge says Nigeria.

Nigeria's government has found itself having to reassure citizens that President Muhammadu Buhari is still in charge despite health concerns.

JP Morgan: US economy will bounce back after low Q1 growth

Michael Feroli, Chief US Economist at JP Morgan Chase, said there were strong indications that the United States economy would make a major comeback during the second quarter of the year.

Johnson calls Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump on Wednesday night.

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died at the age of 70, following a long battle with cancer.

Britain prepared to help United States punish Syria

Boris Johnson said government would feel compelled to assist the United States, if a proposal was made to take military action against the Syrian government.

Uber driver accused of sexually assaulting female passenger

Uber driver, Angel Sanchez, has been charged with rape after he was accused of sexually assaulting a female passenger in city of Newport Beach, California.

Guinea government grappling with Boke riots

Secretary-General in the Guinea Mines Ministry, Saadou Nimaga said that country's government was working on finding a solution to the riots that have spread throughout the bauxite mining hub (Boke), which is Africa's top aluminum producer.

Man livestreams daughter's murder on Facebook

A 21-year old Thai man livestreamed himself murdering his daughter on Facebook before taking his own life.

Macron v Le Pen for French presidency

Outsider Emmanuel Macron defied the odds to narrowly win the first round of voting in France's presidential elections.
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