Daily Archive: November 14, 2017

UN condemns North Korea for firing missiles as people starve

UN condemns North Korea for firing missiles as people starve

UN condemns North Korea for firing missiles as people starve

UN member states on Tuesday condemned North Korea for gross human rights violations and for conducting missile and nuclear tests while its people suffer from severe hunger.

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When child sex isn’t rape: French to set age of consent

When child sex isn’t rape: French to set age of consent

When child sex isn't rape: French to set age of consent

Is a 13-year-old old enough to agree to sex with an adult? That’s a question France is asking as the government prepares to set a legal age for sexual consent for the first time.

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15 Gifts For the Friend Who Joined American Horror Story’s Cult

15 Gifts For the Friend Who Joined American Horror Story’s Cult

We may be nearing the end of American Horror Story‘s seventh season, but the cult will live on forever. This holiday season, you can bestow upon Cult‘s diehard fans the gift of everlasting life. And no, we’re not talking about drinking poisonous Kool-Aid. We’re talking about a big handful of long-lasting ways to commemorate another brutal season of the show! We’ve picked the best the internet currently has to offer: mugs, soap, stickers, t-shirts, and more. Even Kai Anderson himself would be impressed.

9 Times Blue Ivy Stole the Spotlight From Damn Near Everyone Else This Year

9 Times Blue Ivy Stole the Spotlight From Damn Near Everyone Else This Year

In the words of Kanye West, I’mma let you finish, but Blue Ivy had the best 2017 of all time. The 5-year-old part-time rapper seized every opportunity to shine this year and managed to steal the spotlight from her famous parents and pretty much every other mere mortal she came in contact with, because what else do you do when you’re the heir to the throne? It was also a huge year for the Carters’s first-born child, as she became the big sister of twins Sir and Rumi. Ahead, we’ve rounded up all of the adorable moments that prove Blue Ivy’s 2017 was definitely better than yours.

Gunman picking random targets kills 4 in Northern California

Gunman picking random targets kills 4 in Northern California

Gunman picking random targets kills 4 in Northern California

A gunman choosing targets at random opened fire in a rural Northern California town Tuesday, killing four people at several sites and wounding others at an elementary school before police shot him dead, authorities said.

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Solon cool to taxing cosmetic procedures

Solon cool to taxing cosmetic procedures

The Senate proposal to slap a 20-percent excise tax on cosmetic procedures has been met with lukewarm reception from the chair of the House ways and means committee.

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Syjuco, Echiverri indicted for graft anew

Syjuco, Echiverri indicted for graft anew

Former Iloilo Rep. Augusto Syjuco Jr. and former Caloocan Mayor Enrico Echiverri have been charged anew with separate graft cases in the Sandiganbayan.

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ rules China’s box office, beating ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ rules China’s box office, beating ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

Disney/Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok” pummeled a field of competitive new releases, including Johnny Depp and Daisy Ridley’s “Murder on the Orient Express,” to top the Chinese box office for a second consecutive week.

The action-fantasy blockbuster brought in $41.1 million last weekend for a cumulative…

Duterte gov’t reviving Manila to North railway plan

Duterte gov’t reviving Manila to North railway plan

Duterte gov't reviving Manila to North railway plan

The Duterte administration is reviving a plan to rebuild Luzon’s northern railway network, which would link Manila to the provinces of Tarlac, La Union and Cagayan.

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