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International students studying in the US on visas must leave the country or risk deportation if their universities and colleges switch to online-only courses, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, universities and colleges in the US are beginning to make the decision to transition to online courses. At Harvard, for example, all course instruction will be...
Harrowing surveillance footage emerged showing the moment a man was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in New York on Sunday - while he was holding hands and crossing the street with his pigtailed little daughter. The incident happened on Sheridan Ave. and E. 170th St. in the Bronx, Nydailynews reported. Anthony Robinson, 29, had traveled from Brooklyn with his 7-year-old...
Video emerged online showing a group of bikini-clad women having a huge fight in Miami. As seen in the video, the South Beach brawl happens in the middle of the road as vehicles honked repeatedly. Many people can be seen doing nothing to stop the fight but to film it on their cell phones Watch the video below With so many revelers flocking...
Rapper, Kanye West announced on Twitter Saturday evening that he is running for president of the United States of America. “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States,” the Chicago rapper tweeted with “#2020VISION.” Kanye’s post garnered more than 400,000 likes within two hours. But...
A Nigerian National who flaunted his extravagant lifestyle on Instagram was Wednesday extradited to the United States to face criminal charges alleging he conspired to launder hundreds of millions of dollars from business email compromise (BEC) frauds and other scams, including schemes targeting a U.S. law firm, a foreign bank and an English Premier League soccer club. Ramon Olorunwa Abbas...
A Nigerian Instagram celebrity Raymond Abbas, was busted while asleep in his luxury home in Dubai for his alleged lead role in a $450 million cyber-scam Abbas, 38, popularly called Hushpuppi, displayed his exotic lifestyle on his instagram page of 2.4 million followers, including private right up until the FBI stormed his apartment in Dubai while he was sleeping. His Instagram...
A British woman who spent £100,000 ($123,000) on the family of her toyboy Sri Lankan husband, who was later shot dead after a bigamous marriage to a local woman, wants her money back. 61-year-old Diane Peebles from Edinburgh, Scotland, was lucky to escape Sri Lanka alive after armed men turned up looking for her at the hotel she was staying...
Video emerged online Saturday showing a couple having sex inside a car belonging to the United Nations. In the video, which was reportedly shot in HaYarkon Street, a major thoroughfare in Tel Aviv Israel, a woman wearing a red dress is seen straddling a man in the back seat of a white SUV with UN markings. The video featured a...
The US Treasury Department and IRS sent about 1.1 million coronavirus stimulus payments, totaling almost $1.4 billion to dead people as of April 30, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) paper released Thursday reported. The mistake come as the U.S. government hurriedly issued stimulus payments to millions of Americans in the wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The stimulus checks were authorized by Congress with...
A Nigerian man has been confirmed dead after falling off the 9th floor of his apartment in Indonesia while hiding from immigration officers, according to multiple sources. The young man identified only as Chike, resides at Gading Nias apartment in Kelapa Garden Central Jakarta, Indonesia. He tried to escape after he got information that immigration officers were on their way, according to...
A top Italian doctor has claimed that the Coronavirus is getting weaker and could die out on its own without a vaccine. Professor Matteo Bassetti said he is convinced the killer virus is "changing in severity" and patients are now surviving coronavirus infections that would have previously killed them. He described coronavirus as once an "aggressive tiger" of a disease, which...
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Amazon CEO on Tuesday joined the growing list of tech leaders calling for their companies to commemorate Juneteenth. In a letter to employees, Jeff Bezos urged them to cancel all meetings on Friday to  honor Juneteenth, which celebrates the emancipation of Black people from slavery in the U.S. On that date in 1865, Union Gen. Gordon Granger read the Emancipation Proclamation...
One of Britain's top pole dancers has died suddenly at the age of just 27 after posting that she was finding lockdown 'so hard'. Jess Leanne Norris, from Bolton in Lancashire, was a two-time winner of Miss Pole Dance UK. Details of how Ms. Norris died have not been revealed yet, but last year she launched a fundraising drive in aid...
At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed on Monday after a "violent face-off" with Chinese troops along the countries' de facto border in the Himalayas, CNN reported. The incident occurred during a "deescalation process" underway in the Galwan Valley in the disputed Aksai Chin-Ladakh area, where a large troop build-up has reportedly been taking place for weeks now on both...
Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korea’s leader, has bashed South Korea and threatened them with military action following a relationship breakdown between the two nations. According to Fox News, Kim Yo Jong took aim at the inter-Korean liaison office in the border town of Kaesong, promising a “tragic scene” after she described them as “the enemy” and accused...
Burundi's government on Tuesday announced the death of their President Pierre Nkurunziza. He died at 55. In a statement posted on Twitter, the government of the central African nation said President Nkurunziza had been well enough Saturday to assist during a volleyball match in his home district of Ngozi but was admitted to a hospital in a neighboring district on...
The video below emerged online showing the moment Arizona woman was slapped across the face for telling a Native American woman to “go back to Mexico.” The caught-on-camera scuffle happened Saturday inside a Shell convenience store in Phoenix, fellow customer Greg Conn posted to Facebook. While you don't hear it initially, TMZ reported that the guy recording says he just heard "Karen"...
A slave trader's statue in Bristol has been torn down and thrown into the harbor during a second day of anti-racism protests across the UK. Black Lives Matter protestors on Sunday toppled the bronze statue of Edward Colston, a 17th century notorious slave trader, and dragged it into the Bristol harbor amid cheers. The statue of Edward Colston, which had stood...
Two National Guardsmen were injured after suffering the effects of a lightning strike near the White House on Thursday, officials said early Friday. The two service members were struck shortly after midnight within the Lafayette Park perimeter, where protests over the death of George Floyd continued for a seventh day, CBS affiliate WUSA-TV reported. The two officers were taken to a nearby hospital...

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