Teacher Arrested for an Affair with Underage School Boy

​ A married teacher has been arrested in Oklahoma after she was accused of having sex with an underage boy and sending him nude photos. Hunter Day, who teaches science at Yukon High School in Yukon, Oklahoma, was arrested on Wednesday after the boy’s parents called the police with growing concerns about their relationship. Investigators at Canadian... Continue Reading →

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Drink and Drive Limit

Do not get behind the wheel if you are a woman who has consumed more than a half quart of beer or a man who has exceeded three standard drinks. Ahead of the festive season‚ South African Breweries (SAB) has released a guide on alcohol units and measures in an effort “to reduce the harm... Continue Reading →

Grace Mugabe Fled Zimbabwe

First Lady was said to be being lined up to succeed her husband as presidentGrace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, is reported to have fled the country for neighbouring Namibia. Her husband is thought to be under house arrest in the southern African country's capital, Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control... Continue Reading →

Hijab now part of Scotland Police Uniform

Move comes 15 years after Metropolitan police introduced optional hijabs for officers in LondonPolice Scotland has announced that the hijab will become part of its official uniform as it aims to create a more diverse force.i The force said they hope the move will “encourage women from Muslim communities, who may previously not have seen policing as... Continue Reading →

The Face of Tehama Killer in California

The California gunman who killed at least four people and hospitalized 10 more - including two children as parents took their children to school - has been identified as Kevin Janson Neal, 43. Neal, who sometimes used the name Smith, was identified as the shooter after his Tuesday rampage, which climaxed with him smashing into... Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe: Was it a Military Coup or Not

As dawn breaks over Harare, the capital, residents will be looking out of their windows to see if soldiers are patrolling the streets. Yesterday rumours of an army-led coup spread rapidly, after a small number of armoured personnel carriers were seen moving from a military barracks and heading towards Harare. Ordinarily such troop movements would... Continue Reading →

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