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Manitoba Man Find Long-Lost Twin Sons In Edmonton

Friday the 13th proved to be the beginning of a run of luck for 40-year-old Roberto Gaspar, who lives in Hodgson, Man. Gaspar and his partner, Dana Sinclair, had their first child together that day. But it wasn’t the first child for Gaspar — it was his seventh. The newborn made him think of his twin boys, Robert and …

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Members of Regina’s Baha’i community celebrate 200 years of faith

Baha’is across the world and in Saskatchewan are celebrating the birth of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the religion, by opening their doors and teaching people about their faith. Baha’u’llah was born 200 years ago in Iran, from where his teaching spread across the world. The faith emphasizes the oneness of humanity and acknowledges other spiritual figureheads …

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Child dies after her 325-pound cousin sits on her as punishment

A little girl in Florida has died after her 325-pound cousin sat on her as punishment, even as the child complained she couldn’t breathe. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said 9-year-old Dericka Lindsay was pronounced dead on Saturday afternoon after officers received a cardiac arrest call at a Pensacola home. …

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Mother kills her two toddler by placing them in oven

 A 24-year-old mother is accused of killing her two toddler sons by putting them inside an oven and turning it on, according to an arrest warrant. Lamora Williams, a mother of four, was arrested on murder charges after 1-year-old Ja’Karter Penn and 2-year-old Ke-Yaunte Penn were found dead in their …

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2,000 Zambian villagers to sue UK mining company in London

At least 2,000 Zambian villagers have been given the go-ahead to sue mining giant Vedanta in a UK court. The villagers who live in Nchanga in the country’s Copperbelt province are suing for injury and damages to their property for what they say is numerous and ongoing toxic discharges around …

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