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A teenage girl in California allegedly baked her grandfather's ashes into cookies and handed them out to her school friends, local media reported on Wednesday. The student is said to have given her baked goods to at least nine students, the Los Angeles Times said, citing police in Davis, near the state capital Sacramento. Some ate the cookies without knowing about the macabre extra ingredient and were horrified, Lieutenant Paul Doroshov said, according to the Times.News Yahoo News UK
The bikini-clad pillion passenger fell off the bike after a dangerous manoeuvre by the driver in Athens, Greece.Finance Reuters
State treasurers from Illinois, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania, and New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, co-filed the proposal. A similar shareholder proposal seeking an independent chair was defeated in 2017 at Facebook, where Zuckerberg's majority control makes outsider resolutions effectively symbolic. Rhode Island State Treasurer Seth Magaziner said that the latest proposal was still worth filing as a way of drawing attention to Facebook's problems and how to solve them.News Associated Press
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - Vietnam has freed a well-known blogger after two years in prison on the condition that she leave for the United States.
After stops in Sydney and Dubbo, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on to Melbourne. From Town & CountryNews Reuters
Large Pacific bluefin tuna not seen in California waters for decades have reappeared, to the delight of fishing enthusiasts and scientists, as global conservation efforts have proven effective for one of the ocean's priciest and most sought-after fish. Gerard DiNardo, director of the Fisheries Resources Division at Southwest Fisheries Science Center, a division of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in La Jolla, California, said there has been an increase in population as well as size of the bluefin because of those efforts.News AFP News
The near-extinct vaquita marina, the world's smallest porpoise, has not yet disappeared from its habitat off the coast of Mexico, a research team said Wednesday after spotting six of them. The vaquita has been nearly wiped out by illegal fishing in its native habitat, the Gulf of California, and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warned in May that it could go extinct this year. The team emphasized that the study was not a full population estimate, which they will present in January after further research.AutoplayDefaultOnOff MoreHow to Make Gluten-Free Yogurt DonutsChicken with Parmesan NoodlesHow to Cook an Egg in the MicrowaveHow to Make Broth“Diet” Foods You Need to DitchCoconut Fried Shrimp with Orange-Lime Dip20 Best Pumpkin Soup Recipes & Easy IdeasPotato, Bacon, and Arugula FlatbreadTurkey CheeseballPenguin Cream PuffsUnmute