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Six UK thugs officially became murderers, being sentenced to a collective 81 years in prison

A group of men who killed 20-year-old Bradley Gledhill last year finally faced courtroom punishment — over eight decades behind bars.

Nick Monroe
2 days ago

Popular YouTuber/Fortnite gamer arrested for 'raping kids he lured online'

Raulino de Oliveira Maciel, known online as RaulZito, was arrested in Brazil on Tuesday for the alleged sexual assault of two minors who were lured by him on his livestream.

James Anthony
2 days ago

Sunday Times contributor advocates for 'porn for children'

"Someone needs to create porn for children. Hear me out," wrote Gill, who has written for a variety of outlets, from The Sunday Times Magazine, Daily Mail, The Standard, GQ, and others.

Libby Emmons
3 days ago

Trans scholar writes essay threatening violence against women, gets featured by prominent university

"Picture this, I hold a knife to your throat and spit my transness into your ear. Does that turn you on? Are you scared? I sure fucking hope so," wrote Matt Thompson in his paper for the London School of Economics.

Libby Emmons
5 days ago

BREAKING: Thousands of protesters march to White House to demand Biden take action on Cuba

Protestors packed the National Mall as they marched to the White House on Monday, insisting that the Biden administration come to the aid of people struggling to gain their freedom in Cuba.

James Anthony
5 days ago

Woman wearing Charlie Hebdo t-shirt stabbed at Speakers' Corner in London

Speakers' Corner, best known as the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London and emblematic of free expression in England, was the shocking site of a brutal daytime stabbing attack Sunday by an unidentified black-clad assailant.

The Post Millennial
7 days ago

Chinese government demands NBC correct 'error' of excluding Taiwan from map of China in Olympic broadcast

"We urge NBC to recognise the serious nature of this problem and take measures to correct the error."

James Anthony
7 days ago

Crowds protest Tokyo Olympics during opening ceremonies—chants heard inside stadium

On Friday night, crowds gathered outside the National Stadium in Tokyo, chanting and protesting against the Olympic Games themselves while the opening ceremonies were taking place inside.

James Anthony
8 days ago

German gymnasts to wear full length unitard at Olympics to combat 'sexualization in gymnastics'

Instead of the high cut leotards spectators are used to seeing in gymnastics competitions, German gymnasts will be sporting a full length unitard to stand up against "sexualization in gymnastics."

Hannah Nightingale
9 days ago

Eric Clapton says he won't play venues that enforce vaccine mandates

"I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present. Unless there is provision made for all people to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show."

Hannah Nightingale
10 days ago

Journalists could face 14 years in prison for 'embarrassing the government' in new UK law update

In an update to the Official Secrets Act from 1989, journalists would be looking at up to 14 year prison terms if they report stories that embarrass the government through leaked information.

Libby Emmons
10 days ago

Kodak censors photographer at urging of Chinese Communist Party

(image from Patrick Wack's Instagram) The photo, by Patrick Wack, showed the Xinjiang region of China, which is the primary home of the Uyghur population.

Libby Emmons
11 days ago

Bill Gates and George Soros buy UK COVID test maker

The duo are named among others who gathered together to buy Mologic for $41 million USD.

Nick Monroe
11 days ago

Norwegian women's beach handball team fined for not wearing required bikinis

Women are required to wear midriff-baring tops and bikini bottoms "with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg" and a maximum side width of four inches.

Hannah Nightingale
12 days ago

WATCH: Protests erupt across Iran demanding regime change

Iranians meticulously regulate their water use at the best of times, but they have been pushed to their limits in recent weeks as the resource continues to be in short supply.

The Post Millennial
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