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COMMENTARY, Aug 19 - I was sentenced to death on May 2, 2017. The judge said that even though my involvement was just as a courier, he has no any other choice because the DPP of Singapore did not...
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A sea of democracy activists flooded the streets of Hong Kong Sunday under torrential rains in a peaceful demonstration to city leaders that their movement still draws wide public support, despite mounting violence and increasingly stark warnings from Beijing. Hundreds of thousands of umbrella-carrying protesters poured across the heart of Hong Kong island, defying both the downpour and a police order not to march from a park where they had gathered earlier for a rally. Weeks of demonstrations have plunged the financial hub into crisis, with images of masked, black-clad protesters engulfed by tear gas during street battles against riot police stunning a city once renowned for its stability.
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'Should he chop his arm off and play without it?' - De Bruyne blasts new handball rules after Man City are sunk by VAR again
Gabriel Jesus' late winner against Tottenham in the Premier League was chalked off for handball, but his team-mate thinks the ruling makes no sense
An unwitting traveller is surrounded by thousands of flying bugs while trying to sleep in a Nepalese hotel room on August 18. Footage shows the traveller using a duvet to cover their face as thousands of tiny flying insects swarm together in their thousands on the wall and ceiling above. The sleep deprived traveller looks terrified and is unable to move from the bed as the filmer pans around the room showing the extent of the infestation. The filmer also captures a close up of the winged insects scurrying about with creepy ferociousness. The filmer claims there were no bugs in the room upon arrival but as the sun went down the little critters started pouring in through a hole in the window. The unexpected night guests did get into the traveller's hair but did not otherwise cause any discomfort or harm - apart from tiredness due to lack of sleep.
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James Kipps-Bolton, 38, was found guilty of assault by penetration and sexual assault following the attack, which he filmed on his phone.