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Bill Cosby admits sexual relations with teens

Bill Cosby had sexual contact with 2 teenage girls, and his agent paid off one of them so his wife wouldn't find out ... this according to a newly-released deposition. The revelations came from Cosby's settled civll case with Andrea Constand. Cosby said, during filming of one of his sitcoms, an agency would send him "five or six" models every week, right to the studio where he was shooting. He said under oa ...

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Oil hits $50 a barrel for first time this year

The price of oil has gone above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as supply disruptions and increased global demand continue to fuel a recovery. The benchmark Brent crude price hit $50.07 a barrel in Asian trade. The rise followed US data on Thursday showing that oil inventories had fallen, largely due to supply disruptions following fires in Canada. Brent crude has now risen 80% since it hit 13-year ...

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I’m Not In Exile – Ex Prez Jonathan Says

Former President Goodluck Jonathan says his decision to step down after losing the 2015 presidential election has earned him accolades on the continent, but not in Nigeria. According to THISDAY, the immediate past president said he had made sacrifices for Nigeria and was prepared to lay down his life for the country if the need arises. He also debunked the report that he had opted to go on exile in Cote d’I ...

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19 Year Old Gives Birth To The Heaviest Baby Ever Born (PHOTOS)

A mother in India has given birth to a 15-pound baby girl, believed to be the heaviest female infant ever born. The child weighs the same amount as the average six-month-old and is reportedly twice the size of the average baby. The baby, who is unnamed, was delivered by cesarean section to her 19-year-old mother, known only as Nandini. Doctors believe her weight overtakes the alleged current record holder, ...

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Tanzanian President Fires Minister for Attending Parliament While Drunk

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has fired the Minister of Internal Affairs of State, Charles Grind, accused of attending parliament while under the influence of alcohol. This is contained in a statement signed by Gerson Msigwa, Acting Director of Communications of the President’s Office. According to the statement, Grind showed up in parliament and responded to questions while drunk. Magufuli, who is rega ...

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Angelina Jolie Bashes Donald Trump’s Anti-Muslim Comments

Angelina Jolie slammed Donald Trump's comments against Muslims on Monday - saying the billionaire's stance did not match her vision of America. The actress and refugee envoy of the United Nations gave an impassioned plea for refugees at the BBC in London. She closed her eyes and shook her head in disapproval when someone asked her what she thought of Trump's stance on Muslims, CNN reported. 'To me, America ...

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Women who go to church more than once a week live five months longer-study

Women who go to church more than once a week live longer than those who do not, according to a new study. Researchers at Harvard University’s public health graduate school found that frequent churchgoers lived an average of five months longer than those who never attended religious services and were 33 per cent less likely to die over a 16-year period. The figures were produced after the records of more tha ...

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Fifa appoints first female secretary general

Senegal's Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura has been appointed as Fifa's first female secretary general. She succeeds former secretary general Jerome Valcke, who was banned from football-related activity for 12 years. Samoura, 54, spent 21 years working for the United Nations and will start at football's governing body in June. "It is essential Fifa incorporates fresh perspectives as we continue to restore and rebu ...

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DNA Evidence Frees Man Serving Life Sentence For Killing of A Teenager in 1998

Seventeen years after he was sentenced to life in prison for killing a teenage girl, Malcolm Bryant closed his eyes and pumped his fist in a Baltimore courtroom Wednesday afternoon. Prosecutors said Bryant, 42, had been exonerated by DNA evidence and dropped the charges against him. He was released a few hours later. Bryant has always maintained his innocence, and over the past eight years won numerous cour ...

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Brazil’s new leader Temer calls for trust

Brazil's new interim President Michel Temer has addressed the nation after the Senate voted to back the impeachment trial of Dilma Rousseff. "Trust in the values of our people and in our ability to recover the economy," Mr Temer said. He has named a business-friendly cabinet that includes respected former central bank chief Henrique Meirelles as finance minster. Ms Rousseff denounced her removal as a "farce ...

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