Paramus Man Charged with Murdering Father and Desecration of Human Remains

PARAMUS, N.J. – In a chilling turn of events on February 16th, the Paramus police were informed by 32-year-old Melvin Thomas that he had killed 61-year-old Manuel Thomas two days prior. The authorities, accompanied by the Emergency Services Unit, quickly arrived at the scene on Bruce Drive near Forest Avenue. Upon receiving no response, they forcibly entered the premises and made a shocking discovery in the basement. The body of Manuel Thomas was found with …

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Explosion Destroys Electric Transmission Pole at Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, No Human Casualty Reported

Bauchi, Nigeria – An explosion caused by an Improvised Explosive Device has destroyed a high-tension electric transmission pole in the Unguwan Kanawa area near Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi. The incident, reportedly caused by unidentified individuals, resulted in the vandalization of government property. The explosion took place on Thursday night, with no reported human casualties, but significant damage to the electricity transmission line. The Police Public Relations Officer, Ahmed Wakil, confirmed the incident in a statement released …

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Member of Human Smuggling Organization Pleads Guilty in Deadliest US Human-Smuggling Case

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Another individual has pleaded guilty for their involvement in an illegal human-smuggling operation that resulted in the deaths of 53 migrants in a tractor-trailer, marking it as the deadliest human-smuggling event in U.S. history. According to court documents, Riley Covarrubias-Ponce, a 31-year-old Mexican national, was part of a human smuggling organization responsible for illegally transporting 66 adults and children from various Central American countries into the United States. Covarrubias-Ponce played a …

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Russian Military Plane Crash Leads to Accusations of Human Shields by Ukraine

LONDON, UK – The United States is considering the deployment of nuclear weapons in the UK amid escalating tensions with Russia. The proposal, detailed in Pentagon documents obtained by The Daily Telegraph, outlines plans to base warheads three times as powerful as the bomb that devastated Hiroshima at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk. The move comes as Russia faces accusations of using Ukrainian prisoners of war as human shields aboard a downed military plane. Ukraine’s deputy …

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Support the Revolution: Donate to Build a Future Fit for Human Beings and the Diversity of Life

Los Angeles, CA – As the world grapples with various challenges such as racial injustice, threats of nuclear war, and anti-LGBTQ violence, there is a call for urgent action to bring about a revolution that will dismantle the current capitalist-imperialist system. This call for revolution is being championed by a group of committed individuals in Los Angeles, who are working tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for their cause. The current state of the world, …

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Rafael Nadal Faces Backlash After Signing Lucrative Deal with Saudi Arabia Despite Human Rights Abuses

Mallorca, Spain – Tennis star Rafael Nadal has faced criticism after signing a lucrative deal to become a tennis ambassador for Saudi Arabia. This move comes despite the Middle East country’s well-documented human rights abuses, particularly towards women, LGBT+ people, and political dissidents. The deal, which was announced on Monday, involves Nadal working with the Saudi Tennis Federation (STF). Nadal, a two-time Wimbledon winner, promoted his new role through an advertisement on his social media …

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Andes Plane Crash Survivor Proud of Choosing to Eat Human Flesh to Stay Alive

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY – A survivor of the tragic 1972 Andes plane crash has come forward to share his pride in the difficult decision to consume the flesh of his deceased companions in order to remain alive. Eduardo Strauch, now 76, was one of the 16 survivors who emerged from the horrifying ordeal, having been forced to make unimaginable choices in order to survive after the plane crash. After spending 72 days in the desolate, snowy …

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“Horrific Crimes Committed Against Civilians in Gaza by Israeli Military,” Says Human Rights Group

GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP – The conflict between Israel and Gaza has erupted into a humanitarian crisis, with claims of “horrific crimes” committed against civilians by the Israeli military. According to reports, Palestinians have been subject to field executions, torture, and threats of rape by Israeli ground forces in Gaza, leading to an urgent call for international investigation by human rights groups. The situation has escalated to widespread devastation and displacement of Gaza’s 2.3 million …

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Anti-Racist NGO in Cyprus Targeted in Shocking Explosive Attack – Human Rights Defenders Demand Urgent Action

NICOSIA, Cyprus – The prominent anti-racist NGO KISA (Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism) in Nicosia, Cyprus, became the target of a shocking attack when an improvised explosive device severely damaged the organization’s property. Amnesty International’s Cyprus Researcher Kondylia Gogou addressed the violent incident, expressing serious concerns about the safety of human rights defenders in the country. Gogou emphasized that racist violence is on the rise in Cyprus, and KISA and its volunteers have faced repeated …

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Sentenced Protesters Reza Rasaei and Mojahed Kourkour Await Execution Amid International Concern Over Due Process and Human Rights in Iran

SANANDAJ, Iran – Two protesters, Reza Rasaei and Mojahed Kourkour, have been sentenced to death and are facing imminent execution in Iran. Rasaei’s mother, Azardokht Haqjouyan, has spoken out, insisting on her son’s innocence and seeking help to stop his execution. She revealed that her son’s extensive 1,500-page case file was reviewed in just one week. Rasaei is accused of “murder” linked to the death of Nader Beirami, the head of intelligence in Sanandaj, during …

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