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Shock in Morocco over sexual assault and murder of 11-year-old boy: population demands death penalty for culprits

Sexual assault and murder of an 11-year-old boy in Tangier cause a deep shock in Morocco, where several votes call for the death penalty the “monster” that killed “little Adnane”. The death penalty is still in force in the country but has not been applied since 1993. Its abolition is the subject of debate and demands that it be applied …

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They destroy the sacred heart in St. Patrick’s Cathedral

StaffEl Paso Journal Tuesday 15 September 2020 | 17:47 Step- St. Patrick’s Cathedral was vandalized on Tuesday, around 10:00. A suspect entered St. Patrick’s Cathedral and destroyed the nearly 90-year-old statue of Jesus Sacred Heart, which was located in the center behind the church’s main altar. The church was open and available for prayer, with the necessary precautions due to …

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Without control: plants invade buildings in China

Beijing, China. The “vegetated” buildings in a southwestern Chinese home, with lush plants on the apartment balconies, are covered by their own vegetation so that residents abandon them, according to a state media outlet. The complex of eight experimental buildings was built in 2018 in the large city of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province. At the time, the project …

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Drones reveal new footprints of an ancient city in Kansas

A study led by Dartmouth College with drone multisensors has revealed a large circular earth motion in what can be Lying down, an ancient city in what is now Wichita, Kansas. Experts speculate that the site was visited in 1601 by a Spanish expedition, led by Juan de Oñate, who called it a “big deal”. The earthworks can be the …

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14% of those vaccinated with Sputnik V showed side effects, according to Russia

14% of Russians were vaccinated with the drug against Covid-19, Sputnik V, showed side effects, Mikhail Murashko, the Minister of Health, was acknowledged today Russia. “More than 300 people were vaccinated. About 14% of them complained of weakness, mild muscle pain throughout the day and sometimes fever,” Murashko told reporters quoted by the TASS agency. According to the head of …

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The UN will soon run out of names for hurricanes in the Atlantic

This year there were so many tropical storms in Atlantic than United Nations, who baptizes them, runs out of names for the second time in history. Since 1953, tropical storms in the Atlantic have been named after them lists produced by the United States Hurricane Center and then by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Originally, the …

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