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Córdoba Ruiz, Piedad Esneda (1955- )

Politician, social and peace activist Piedad Córdoba was born in Medellin, Colombia, on January 25, 1955. She was the second of ten children of Zabulón Córdoba, an Afro-Colombian who rose from humble origins to become a sociology professor and university dean.  Her mother, blue-eyed blonde Lía Esneda Ruiz, married Zabulón as a teenager. Their first...
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Fake news: How going viral feeds the murky monster of truth

Fake news just got real. Brandon Griesemer, who is from Detroit, was arrested on Friday after making more than 20 phone calls to cable channel CNN and threatening to travel to the news organisation’s Atlanta headquarters and carry out a mass shooting. So said the New York Post on Tuesday. They called...
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Girlfriend tells of moment she broke boyfriend’s penis

A woman has described the moment that her boyfriend’s penis “broke” when the couple were having sex. Megan Barker said she heard a “rip” during sex with her partner Adam Francis in 2015. “Adam suddenly manoeuvred himself behind me and I arched my back - and suddenly heard this awful rip,”...
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Trump Removes Anthony Scaramucci From Communications Director Role

President Trump has decided to remove Anthony Scaramucci from his position as communications director, three people close to the decision said Monday, relieving him just days after Mr. Scaramucci unloaded a crude verbal tirade against other senior members of the president’s senior staff. Mr. Scaramucci’s abrupt removal came just 10...
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The Battle for Venezuela, Through a Lens, Helmet and Gas Mask

Motley throngs of masked antigovernment protesters hurl rocks, fireworks and Molotov cocktails. The police and soldiers retaliate with tear gas, water cannon blasts, rubber bullets and buckshot. An uprising is brewing in Venezuela. Nearly every day for more than three months, thousands have taken to the streets to vent fury at...
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Pablo Escobar’s top hitman calls on Theresa May to legalise cocaine

Pablo Escobar’s top hitman has called on Theresa May to legalise cocaine and help prevent thousands of drug deaths in Britain. John Jairo Velásquez, also known as ‘Popeye’, argued that the white powder should be dished out in pharmacies where it would be regulated and clean. The once-feared assassin said...
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