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Australia 🇦🇺 and US 🇺🇸 Seize Largest Ever Meth Shipment

US authorities have confiscated almost a billion dollars' worth of methamphetamine bound for Australia in the largest-ever seizure of the drug on American soil, Australian police announced Friday after a joint operation.

"Hundreds of thousands of dollars of proceeds of crime was located during the search warrant in Woodstock, and …

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Sierra Leone's President Declares 🔉 Rape a 'National Emergency' ⚠

Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio has declared rape and sexual violence a "national emergency," following a series of cases involving minors in the country.

Bio said those found guilty of raping minors could face life imprisonment and directed all public hospitals to provide free medical services for victims of …

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Istanbul Rescuers Find Teenager Alive ⚠ in Building Collapse 😱

Rescuers in the Turkish city of Istanbul have pulled a teenage boy alive from a residential building almost two days after it collapsed.

An eight-storey apartment block collapsed in the city's Kartal district on Wednesday afternoon.

Officials say the official death toll has risen to 14. Almost a dozen more …

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Tanzania 🇹🇿 Male MPs Face Circumcision Call to Stop HIV Spread ✋

A female MP in Tanzania has called for checks to determine whether or not her male colleagues have undergone circumcision - a procedure known to reduce the risk of HIV transmission.

Jackline Ngonyani said any MPs found not to have been circumcised should be required to undergo the procedure.

Her suggestion …

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Jeff Bezos: AMI Defends 💪 Position on Amazon Founder❗

The owner of a US gossip magazine accused of blackmail by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says that it acted in good faith but will conduct an inquiry.

American Media Inc (AMI), the National Enquirer's parent company, also says it believes it acted lawfully in its reporting on the world's richest …

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Australia🇦🇺 Parliament Hit by👉 Cyber-Hack👨🏻‍💻 Attempt

Authorities in Australia say they are investigating an attempt to hack into its parliament's computer network.

Lawmakers said there was "no evidence" that information had been accessed or stolen, but politicians' passwords have been reset as a precaution.

Local cyber-security experts have suggested the hack likely came from a foreign …

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