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Three siblings killed their elderly mother after gouging out her eyes and cutting out her intestines in a horrific satanic ritual, police claim. The mutilated body of 75-year-old Teodora Quispe Ccayllahua was found by police inside her house in Andabamba, Peru. Her three children were later caught by National Police officers and they reportedly confessed to the murder.

04:55:01 on 19 Jul

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are continuing their tour of royal duties this week, stopping by a new exhibit in London celebrating the 100th birthday of Nelson Mandela. At the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in for quite a show — including a performance from a South African choir and a tour of the exhibit’s artifacts from Mandela’s life.

10:40:01 on 18 Jul

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Google celebrated the 124th birth anniversary of Belgian astronomer Georges Lemaitre with a doodle. Lemaitre is credited with what is popularly known as the Big Bang Theory, which says that the universe originated from a single atom, which he referred to as the Cosmic Egg. He is also believed to be the first to have come up with the theory that the universe is expanding.

04:16:01 on 17 Jul

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The delight that normally comes when two family members win a big lottery prize instead sparked a bitter feud in rural Canada when an aunt said she would be suing her nephew for the entire sum. “See you in court,” Barbara Reddick told nephew Tyrone MacInnis, even as they were posing with an oversized cheque representing the total winnings of Can$1.2 million.

07:15:01 on 16 Jul

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A woman may face two years in prison and a fine of up to 100,000 Saudi riyals in Saudi Arabia after storming a stage to hug a pop star, attorney Abdulkarim al-Qadi said. The unidentified woman was dressed in a full-length abaya and niqab face cover when she jumped on stage to hug Iraqi singer Majid al-Muhandis, whose love songs are hugely popular in the Gulf.

04:25:02 on 16 Jul

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Nearly 50% of patients who leave the de-addiction centre in Kerala return as addicts. Though follow-ups are must, the patients never give due importance to it. Relapse cases are on the rise because recovering addicts fall back to their old ways once their health improves. The unscientific treatment procedures followed by de-addiction centres is the main reason for relapse cases.

09:57:01 on 16 Jul

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Indian-origin technology executives Jayshree Ullal and Neerja Sethi have made it to the Forbes' list of America's 60 richest self-made women, with 21-year-old reality-TV star and entrepreneur Kylie Jenner the youngest to be featured in the power list. Ullal is ranked 18th with a net worth of 1.3 billion dollars while Sethi is ranked 21st with a net worth of a billion dollars.

02:26:01 on 13 Jul

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Iran will do its best to ensure the security of oil supply to India by offering "flexible measures" to boost bilateral trade, a statement from Tehran's embassy in New Delhi said. Iran is the third-biggest oil supplier to India and has offered refiners incentives including almost-free shipping and an enhanced credit period on oil sales.

09:56:01 on 13 Jul

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Experts from a Pune firm gave technical support in the operations to rescue a football team trapped inside a cave system in Thailand, the company said. After the Indian Embassy recommended to the Thai authorities that they could use Kirlosker Brothers’ Limited’s expertise in “dewatering”, the sent teams from its offices in India, Thailand and the UK to the site, it said.

05:45:03 on 11 Jul

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Michael Ondaatje’s “The English Patient” was named the greatest-ever winner of the Man Booker Prize celebrating five decades of the prestigious literary award. The Canadian writer’s tale of love and conflict during World War II was awarded the Golden Man Booker Prize for fiction after winning a public vote.It beat four other novels in an online poll.

05:10:01 on 09 Jul

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Elon Musk’s Space X rocket company is testing a “kid-sized submarine” that could be sent to help boys trapped in a flooded Thailand cave. Musk posted videos on Twitter of the aluminum sub being tested at a swimming pool. If the tests are successful, the sub would be placed on a 17-hour flight to Thailand. Thai officials have requested the device.

12:40:01 on 09 Jul

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4 Thai boys rescued from flooded cave

Four of 12 Thai schoolboys were rescued from a flooded cave as divers launched a daring and dangerous mission to free the children and their soccer coach who have been trapped underground for more than two weeks. Thirteen foreign divers and five members of Thailand's elite Navy SEAL unit are trying to bring the rest of the boys some as young as 11 and weak swimmers.

08:40:01 on 09 Jul

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At least 50 people were missing and four in critical condition as torrential rain that has killed 38 people pounds western and central Japan, with more than 1.6 million evacuated from their homes. Japan’s Meteorological Agency retained special weather warnings urged vigilance against landslides, rising rivers, and strong winds amid what it called “historic” rains.

06:29:48 on 07 Jul

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A Thai rescuer died during an operation to save 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped inside a flooded cave complex. Samarn Poonan, a former member of Thailand's elite navy SEAL unit who was part of the rescue team in Chiang Rai, died on Thursday night after entering the cave to lay oxygen tanks along a potential exit route, the SEAL commander said.

04:56:01 on 06 Jul

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