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Syrian doctor describes latest alleged chemical attack as US mulls response

By Hollie McKay

Just after 9 a.m  Sunday, witnesses on the ground in the remote Syrian countryside near the border of Idlib province claimed they saw more than 40 rockets slash through the sky, along with three different-looking shells that landed in a thud of yellowish smoke.

Syrian doctor describes latest alleged chemical attack as US mulls response

By Hollie McKay

Just after 9 a.m  Sunday, witnesses on the ground in the remote Syrian countryside near the border of Idlib province claimed they saw more than 40 rockets slash through the sky, along with three different-looking shells that landed in a thud of yellowish smoke.

As nuclear weapons risk escalates, debate grows about 'vintage' US arsenal

By Hollie McKay

The threat of nuclear weapons being deployed is now at its highest point since the conclusion the World War ll, a top United Nations security expert cautioned this week, calling the matter an “urgent” one that requires global attention.

Somali teens cited for 'metal pipe' attack at University of Minnesota light-rail station

By Hollie McKay

University of Minnesota Police (UMPD) were dispatched to institution’s the East Bank light-rail station around 9.45pm on Friday night following a series of disturbing calls about juvenile males allegedly trying to attack passengers with metal pipes.

She wanted to read the Bible and said she was scared: uncomfortable questions surround the case of missing California teen

By Hollie McKay

The case went cold as soon as it began. Just three days before Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs captured national headlines last October following the horrific murder of her parents and her kidnapping, almost 2,000 miles away on the sleepy California border with Nevada, 16-year-old Karlie Guse vanished with little fanfare and not a trace.

Inside Venezuela’s torturous intelligence and drug-running branch SEBIN

By Hollie McKay

In October, Fernando Alban –  the councilman of dissident Venezuelan political party Primero Justicia – spoke out against the embattled nation’s leader Nicolas Maduro at the United Nations in New York. On his return to Simon Bolivar International Airport, he was quietly seized by Venezuela's Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN). Three days later, Alban plunged to his death from a secretive 10th-floor building amid interrogation.

John Walker Lindh, American ex-Taliban militant, set to walk free Thursday

By Greg Norman

The militant known as American Taliban is set to be released from a U.S. federal prison Thursday despite fresh concerns from lawmakers over the “security and safety implications” of such a move – as they say he continues to “openly call for extremist violence.”

Your phone is spying? The truth behind the strange phenomenon

By Hollie McKay

Almost everyone has an eerie a tale to tell. Perhaps you’ve been talking to a friend about an island vacation, when suddenly deals for the Maldives or Hawaii pop up on your Facebook feed. Creepy or coincidence? Was your smartphone eavesdropping on your conversation?

U.S. Census Bureau under fire for hiring registered child sex offender as a manager

By Hollie McKay

The U.S. Census Bureau's reported hiring of a registered child sex offender to manage its Charlotte office has drawn the ire of North Carolina lawmakers -- some of whom are now insisting on an investigation into how the man's employ came about.

Pakistan doctor accused of infecting more than 400 babies and children with HIV

By Hollie McKay

A destitute village in Pakistan’s south has been forced into a mode of panic and fear after more than 500 people – overwhelmingly children – tested positive for HIV, in an epidemic officials are attributing to a single pediatrician.

Pakistan doctor accused of infecting more than 400 babies and children with HIV

By Hollie McKay

A destitute village in Pakistan’s south has been forced into a mode of panic and fear after more than 500 people – overwhelmingly children – tested positive for HIV, in an epidemic officials are attributing to a single pediatrician.

British police station mocked for tweeting photo of dangerous knife collection – that includes a spoon

By Hollie McKay

Amid the U.K crackdown to stem the burgeoning number of knife attacks, one police department found them the inadvertent subject of internet mockery this week after lauding their knife-seizing efforts on Twitter – for critics to quickly point out the inflammatory spoon.

Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing's strange disappearance and sudden return spark speculation on her future

By Hollie McKay

She was once considered the People’s Republic of China’s most esteemed screen and social media star and one of its most precious exports. But for most of the past year, 37-year-old Fan Bingbing – who lit up box offices with roles in big-budget epics from “Iron Man” to “X-Men” – was nowhere to be seen nor heard.

Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing's strange disappearance and sudden return spark speculation on her future

By Hollie McKay

She was once considered the People’s Republic of China’s most esteemed screen and social media star and one of its most precious exports. But for most of the past year, 37-year-old Fan Bingbing – who lit up box offices with roles in big-budget epics from “Iron Man” to “X-Men” – was nowhere to be seen nor heard.

Pakistani 'hero' doctor Afridi 'skeletal,' deprived of legal rights, attorney claims

By Hollie McKay

It has been more than eight years since U.S. Navy SEALS ceremoniously raided the compound and killed the most wanted man in the world – September 11 mastermind, Usama bin Laden. And while the world’s eyes are now set on eliminating other terrorist targets from ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi to new Al Qaeda chief, Ayman al Zawahiri – the Pakistani doctor who played a pivotal role in that 2011 operation is still languishing behind bars with little hope of seeing the daylight in the future.

Pakistani 'hero' doctor Afridi 'skeletal,' deprived of legal rights, attorney claims

By Hollie McKay

It has been more than eight years since U.S. Navy SEALS ceremoniously raided the compound and killed the most wanted man in the world – September 11 mastermind, Usama bin Laden. And while the world’s eyes are now set on eliminating other terrorist targets from ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi to new Al Qaeda chief, Ayman al Zawahiri – the Pakistani doctor who played a pivotal role in that 2011 operation is still languishing behind bars with little hope of seeing the daylight in the future.

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