Saturday , 18 April 2015
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  • Justin Bieber put in chokehold, booted out of Coachella, TMZ says
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  • Argentine judge orders arrest warrant for Justin Bieber
  • Music: CeePee – Fine Pass Remix ft. Jaywon
  • New Music: ISSA – Music Is My Remedy
  • Musicians unite behind Jay Z streaming service
  • Ten writers up for Man Booker International Prize
  • Music: Byank – Ayaya
  • Hannah V – Version 2.0 (Corrupted mix )
  • D&G respond to Elton’s boycott calls
  • Madonna Explains Why Men Her Age Simply Aren’t Dateable
  • “The Simpsons” Co-creator, Sam Simon succumbs to colon cancer
  • Rolling Stones filmmaker Albert Maysles dies aged 88

Recent News

Gunfire and explosions heard in Libyan capital

(Reuters) – Clashes broke out in a district and a suburb of Libya’s capital on Saturday, home to groups opposing an alternative government controlling Tripoli and parts of western Libya, residents said. 00    Read More »

South Africa violence: Arrests follow Johannesburg attacks

Foreigners have been arming themselves after coming under attack

(BBC) – More than 30 people have been detained by police in South Africa after a fresh outbreak of anti-foreigner violence. 00    Read More »

Boko Haram slit throats of 12 as army tries to save civilians – sources

(Reuters) – Boko Haram militants have slit the throats of 12 people in northeast Nigeria as the army was trying to evacuate civilians from the area, a military source and a witness said on Friday. 00    Read More »

Muslim migrants arrested for allegedly throwing Christians into sea after brawl

April 15, 2015: Migrants arrive at Palermo harbor in Italy, after being rescued at sea. (AP Photo/Alessandro Fucarini)

Italian police said Thursday that 15 African Muslim migrants have been arrested after witnesses said the refugees threw 12 Christians into the Mediterranean following a brawl. +10    Read More »

China jails journalist for seven years for ‘leaking state secrets’

(Reuters) – A Chinese court jailed a journalist accused of leaking an internal Communist Party document to a foreign website for seven years on Friday, her lawyer said, a ruling that reflects the sensitivity surrounding the party’s inner workings. +130    Read More »


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