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    World Did North Korea hit its own city with a rocket by mistake?

    North Korea may have accidentally hit one its own cities with a missile, it has been claimed. Satellite images show damage caused by a failed test launch that struck Tokchom, a city of 200,000 in the interior of Kim Jong-un‘s secretive state, according to a US government official. … via News...
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    World Zimbabwean Woman Gives Birth To 'Frog' Baby [See PHOTOS]

    A Zimbabwean woman, Precious Nyathi gave birth to a 'frog-like creature'. Nyathi, from the village of Gokwe, in the north west of the country, was eight months pregnant when she went into labour. But her husband, Mr Nomore, was left baffled when the 36-year-old gave birth to 'something...
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    World Sri Lanka Church Accidentally Prints Tupace's Lyrics For Christmas Carols Service [PHOTOS]

    A Christmas carols service in Sri Lanka accidentally printed out the lyrics to gangster rapper Tupac's hit song 'Hail Mary' on thousands of its service programmes Instead of the traditional Catholic prayer 'Hail Mary' - service programmes had the vitriolic lyrics to Tupac's hit 1997 song...
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    World Children Born With Big Heads Have Better Chance of A Successful Future - Study

    Babies with big heads are more likely to be clever and have successful futures, a study has shown. Research carried out by UK Biobank has strongly linked higher intelligence with large head circumferences and brain volume. Half a million Brits are being monitored by the charity to discover the...
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    World Ibori: British Lawmakers to Question Met Police Chief Over Bribery Allegation

    The Chief of the London Metropolitan Police, Bernard Hogan-Howe, is expected to answer questions from UK parliamentarians next week over claims that Scotland Yard officers investigating former Delta State governor, James Ibori, were involved in a “deliberate cover-up”, the Daily Mail has...
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    World Chad's President, Idriss Deby to Run for 5th Term

    Chad's President, Idriss Deby Itno, who has been in power since 1990, will run for a fifth term in office after being chosen Tuesday as his party's candidate. "You have given me the immense honour of renewing in me your confidence by making me your candidate in the 2016 election," Deby told...