16year Old Boy Miraculously Survives After Falling From 23rd Storey Building

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16-year-old boy, Alexander Shadrin, was saved from death by a white Renault taxi, when he fell from his 23rd

floor apartment in Novosibirsk, Siberia, Daily Mail.
Eyewitnesses say the teenager climbed over the balcony to “impress a girl” but then could not cling on and fell 230 feet.
The identities the girl he was seeking to impress, and his relatives who gave statements on the accident, have not been made public.
Shadrin, who was conscious after the accident, was rushed to Hospital Number 34 where he is in a ‘stable’ condition in intensive care.
The driver was also not inside his vehicle at the time

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New Born Baby Looking Like 80-years-old Man

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The birth of the boy stunned doctors at a hospital in the district of Magura, Bangladesh on Sunday, September 25, who said the baby has a rare condition called progeria, which causes wrinkles on the face, a very sunken body and hollow eyes reminiscent of elderly features.

Biswajit Patro, father of the baby, who is a farmer, is ecstatic and cannot hold back his happiness. “We can only thank God. There is no need to be unhappy about the appearance of my son. We will accept him the way he is. We are so happy to have a baby boy in the house.

We are already blessed to have a daughter. Now we are a family of four. What else can we ask for?” the father said. Patro and his wife, Parul Patro, have been busy attending to guests curious to get a glimpse of their newborn. The family hopes he can grow up to become a healthy boy

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Mysterious Slaps Allegedly Kill 6 In Abia State – AFN

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Six persons were found dead and two unconscious this morning in a hotel known as 50-50 located around Uyo street close to First Bank in Umuahia, Abia State capital.

Abia Facts Newspaper gathered that the hotel is a brothel and the girls living there have had the experience of mysterious slaps some weeks back that left one person unconscious. This incident of strange slaps made all the occupants of the brothel leave, only for the owner to recruit new ladies from other cities.

Unfortunately, 3 ladies and their customers are today not alive to tell the story of what happened or what befell them overnight that left them dead.

All the six dead bodies have been deposited at the morgue as of press time, and the two unconscious bodies taken to the hospital.

The Nigerian Police have cordoned off the hotel, as the crowd builds up around the environment to catch a glimpse of what happened.

We also received a report of the Nigerian Police shooting canisters of tear gas into a nearby Hospital (Life Essential Hospital) in a bid to disperse the crowd.

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Campaign manager on infidelity question: Clinton ‘ready for anything’

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(CNN)Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook said the Democratic candidate will be prepared if Donald Trump mentions her husband’s past affairs at the next debate.
“Hillary is ready for anything. She’s experienced at these debates,” Mook told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Tuesday on “New Day” when asked about the questions Trump alluded to Monday night following the first presidential debate. “I’m not concerned about that. It’s just sad that we can’t have an actual discussion about the issues because Donald Trump doesn’t have a command of the issues.”

Trump told CNN’s Dana Bash Monday that he might bring up former President Bill Clinton’s past marital indiscretions at the next debate.

“I’m very happy that I was able to hold back on the — you know, on the indiscretions with respect to Bill Clinton, because i have a lot of respect for Chelsea Clinton and I just didn’t want to say what I was going to say,” he said.
“Which is,” Bash asked.
“Which is I’ll tell you maybe at the next debate. We’ll see,” Trump replied.
Mook said Trump wants to “bully” the former secretary of state because he did not have a strong finish at Monday’s debate.
“This is — it’s such an obvious dodge. He spiraled out at the end of the debate and so, of course, he wants to bully. He wants to talk about the supposed indiscretions,” Mook said.

“The American people want to hear how someone’s going to create jobs, how he’s going to help them with education and health care,” he added. “He had no command of the issues. This is his way of wallpapering that.”
Mook said Trump’s temperament led the businessman to repeatedly aggressively interrupt Clinton throughout the debate.
“On that trade argument, he was pretty aggressive, but he was interrupting her,” he said. “We saw him begin to unwind and come unhinged.”
“By the end of the debate that temperament that we’re all concerned about, that inability to, you know, (to) think clearly and make good judgments, it just came out,” he added.

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Debate may have been most-watched in U.S. history

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The so-called “overnights” are subject to change later in the day on Tuesday.

But the data indicates that Monday’s face-off may well have been the most-watched debate in American history.

CNN and other cable news channels saw big increases over past election years. So did some of the broadcast networks.

The early Nielsen data confirms that viewership stayed high the entire time — there wasn’t a big drop-off after the first hour of the nearly 98-minute debate.

The debate was carried on more than a dozen TV channels, some big and some small.

NBC had the highest household rating overall, partly because “NBC Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt was the moderator of the debate.

 Actual viewership figures will be released by Nielsen on Tuesday afternoon.

The viewership number to beat is 81 million, set back in 1980, when Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan debated just once before the election.

More recently, the first Obama-Romney debate in 2012 averaged 67 million viewers.

Nielsen’s data only counts viewers who watched via traditional TV at home. It does not count viewing parties, bars, restaurants or offices.

Many millions also watched the debate via the Internet in ways that are not measured by Nielsen.

Various live streams on YouTube together registered more than 2.5 million simultaneous viewers.

 Anticipation for the Clinton-Trump meeting had been mounting for months. On Monday night Twitter said it was the “most tweeted debate ever.”

On both Twitter and Facebook, Trump was a livelier subject than Clinton. Twitter said the “final share of conversation around the candidates on stage” was 62% for Trump and 38% for Clinton.

On Facebook, the results were even more lopsided, with Trump earning 79% share of conversation and Clinton having the remaining 21%.

Being talked about isn’t necessarily a good thing for a candidate. Most commentators gave Clinton the edge over Trump after the debate.

Still, the post-debate coverage on TV focused on Trump, partly because of surprising and confounding comments he made on stage.

CNN’s reality check team investigated 26 claims made by Clinton and Trump and found that Trump made a greater number of misleading statements.

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4 reasons OPEC will struggle to boost oil prices

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The world’s major oil producers are meeting in Algeria this week, trying again to find a way of pushing prices higher.

Despite signs of a growing willingness to cut a deal to restrain supply, they have a mountain to climb. Here are four reasons why they’ll struggle.

 Crude oil prices are low because the market is massively oversupplied. Big producers led by Saudi Arabia have been pumping near record amounts of crude for the last two years, trying to defend their market share by squeezing out higher cost producers such as the U.S.

This oversupply has caused prices to drop by about 60% since 2014 and slowed production in the U.S.

But the strategy is proving painful. Low prices have put a serious strain on the budgets of countries such as Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Russia, whose government finances depend on energy exports.

They want prices to go up and they know the only way to do that is for oil production to drop. That’s why they’ve been trying to negotiate coordinated production cuts for the past year. With absolutely no success so far.

2. Freezing output is not enough

Agreeing to freeze output at current levels might sound like a good compromise if a deal to cut supply proves impossible to reach. But it’s unlikely to help, because producers are already pumping out record amounts.

 In fact, production is rising, with Saudi-led OPEC pumping out over 33 million barrels of crude oil per day in August, around the highest level ever. Russia, which is not a member of OPEC, is also producing near its maximum capacity, and Nigeria and Libya have both signaled they want to raise their output for the rest of this year.

The International Energy Agency predicts the global oil glut will last well into next year, because demand for oil, particularly in Asia, is growing at a slower pace than anticipated.

3. Iran needs to be on board

The situation became even more complicated with Iran’s return to world markets earlier this year. Iran has been increasing its output since sanctions were lifted in January. The country has stated clearly that it wants to reclaim its place as one of the world’s top oil exporters.

But Saudi Arabia won’t want Iran to increase production while it is cutting back. That would mean ceding market share to its main regional rival.

 Reports emerged in the last few days that Saudi Arabia might be willing to cut production if Iran agrees to freeze its own output, but analysts are skeptical.

“There has been a consistent pattern over the last few months of OPEC ministers attempting to ‘talk up’ prices with comments about a potential output freeze deal being close…but historically most of these comments have proved to be unfounded,” wrote Tom Pugh, commodities economist at Capital Economics.

4. How do you fine tune a global market?

Even if the big oil producers somehow manage to agree a deal, they won’t want prices to go much higher. If they do, that will risk helping higher cost producers — such as some U.S. shale firms — get back in the game.

Most shale producers need prices above $60 per barrel for their operations to be profitable.

Olivier Jakob, oil analyst and managing director at oil research group Petromatrix, said OPEC countries are unlikely to want prices to go above that level, because of fears it could lead to even bigger oil glut.

And then all that hard work would be undone.

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Trump does not believe climate change is man made

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(CNN)Donald Trump’s campaign manager said Tuesday the candidate does not believe climate change is man-made, a day after his previous statements on the issue were scrutinized at the first presidential debate.
“He believes that global warming is naturally occurring,” Kellyanne Conway told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on CNN’s “New Day.” “There are shifts naturally occurring.”
When Camerota followed up to ask specifically if that means that Trump believes that climate change is not man made, Conway responded, “Correct.”

At the debate Monday night in Hempstead, New York, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said Trump “thinks that climate change is a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese.”
“I think it’s real,” she said.The remark drew a swift rebuttal from Trump, who interrupted Clinton while denying that he ever made such a claim. But Trump has, in fact, called climate change a “hoax” repeatedly, both on Twitter and in media interviews.

In a tweet from 2012, Trump asserted that the “concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.”
But during her appearance on CNN on Tuesday, Conway stopped short of saying it is a hoax, instead repeating that Trump “believes climate change is naturally occurring.”

Trump’s stance as outlined by Conway appears at odds with his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence who told CNN’s Chris Cuomo later Tuesday that humans have some “impact” on climate.
“There’s no question that — that — that the activities that take place in this country and in countries around the world have some impact on the environment and some impact on climate,” Pence said on “New Day.” “But Donald Trump and I say let’s follow the science but for heaven’s sakes, let’s not go rushing into the kind of restrictions on our economy that are putting Americans out of work.”
The scientific community has a near universal consensus that climate change is man made. Multiple scientific journals have said that 97% of climate scientists believe climate change is man made.

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Koffi Writes Open Letter To Kiss Daniel, Blasts Popular Music Artistes

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Wow! This is an epistle, but it’s worth reading… Comedian Koffi has penned an open letter to a few singers borrowing them his words of advice. Read below…

The first artiste to ever have a number 1 and number 2 video on the MTV Base countdown for weeks. First new artiste to ever drop an album without any major industry collabo. First artiste to blow up within a short period of time yet like Burna Boy hardly headlines any major shows, why?

Let it be known that Mr ‘Jombo’ truly did not come into the music scene to ‘woju’, he proved his mettle ‘Laye’, and has been having a ‘Good time’ with his ‘Mama’ from ‘Sin City’. This express ride might be short lived however if our favourite fine boy does not cut the double face act.

The fans see a sweet young man on the tube but behind the works the G worldwide king’s manager is killing the brand. A facade of humility is sold to the public, but the arrogance beneath is as hot as magma flowing from an expired volcano. Hot but soon becomes ash or turns solid stones that go nowhere when it cools off. I don’t know how these Actistes suddenly get the airs of “I too mush” and throw caution to the winds.

They surround themselves with sycophants. Milking maids in the name of managers. How can a young man see such breakthrough in life and gradually poke posterity in the eye. Laying bad tracks along your career path that you won’t be able to thread upon on your way back. Right now we all know that like Mr M chairman I, King Tuface (2Baba) is barely churning out any hit songs but humbility has got them going even if their concert wowo small. Here you are an advanced ‘Photocopy’ version of 9ice and you ain’t picking points from what happened to your original progenitor despite his huge success(only Naija nigga to play at Mandela’s birthday) .

Album is a few weeks away and the management of an artiste turns down major interviews, over bills clients for gigs and would rather arrogantly stay home on each of those days and loose mileage, connect and some rabar. Go and ask D’banj if he would dare make such a mistake again in his life.

This write up is not to attack the Lion but to let the people around him know that if care is not taken a wounded dog like Chuddy K, W4, Ice Prince, Ikechukwu, D’Prince (who is no longer here)………
will be better than a dead Durella. Wake up my dear dream interpreter let God not judge you wrong. Shaddout to humblesmith too for not coming anything close to his name whilst a veteran like Ras kimono is turning up at every show killing it and staying on fleek.

Oritsefemi be careful, it was not a publicity stunt, you and Danku got whipped due to his dumb managerial ability, retrace your steps before the ‘Mercies of the Lord’ abandon you finally. I don talk my own but as usual my mouth dey smell, make I run go back studio go tidy up recording on my #CollaboraShunz album, all of una dey craze with the yeye social media frenzy wey dey make una loose common sense.

Wait till African china koboko flog you na dat time your eye go clear maybe you sef go become video director like Banky or just dey nowhere like J.Martins wey Alhaji Tekno dey use hin style dey humbly take collect mula. 1! #IDGAF @koffithaguru aka Casper aka Beast ‎is Nigeria’s most versatile comedian, actor, singer, producer, orator, righter! . #TheComicTruthByKoffi is not personal. ‎

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Our Stand On The Impeachment Of Dilma Rousseff- Govt Of Ecuador

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PRESS RELEASE

OFFICIAL STATEMENT:

OUR STAND ON THE IMPEACHMENT OF DILMA ROUSSEFF- GOVT OF ECUADOR

The Government of Ecuador condemns the political events that have occurred in the Federative Republic of Brazil, which in recent hours have resulted in the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.

We discourage the blatant subversion of democratic order in Brazil, that we consider an overlapping coup d’état. Political opponents and other opposition forces conspired against the democracy to destabilize the government and remove President Dilma Rousseff from office illegitimately.

The spurious procedure of dismissal carried out by the legislative body, which culminated in the decision of her removal, failed to meet the fundamental requirement of proving that the President has committed crimes accused of.

We cannot ignore the fact that a significant number of decision makers in the process of political trial against the President are under investigation for acts of corruption.

In the face of this painful event, the Government of Ecuador has decided to recall for consultations to its charge d'affaires to the Federative Republic of Brazil.

This unfortunate event is unacceptable in the XXI (21) century, and poses a serious threat to the stability of our region and constitute a grave setback in the consolidation of the democracy that so much effort and sacrifice has meant to our people.

Journalist wishing to interview the Ambassador should contact Ms. Khoze Clement- Personal Assistant to the Ambassador on Media via Email: fliponclems@gmail.com. Tel: 09054545425/08036467657. Facebook: Ecuatorianos en África Embajada en Nigeria

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Dr Peterside Condemns the Barbaric, gruesome assassination of Ken Atsuwete

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Dr. Peterside the current DG of NIMASA has condemned in strongest term the barbaric, nasty and heinous assassination of Barrister Ken Atsuwete in Port Harcourt, Rivers State today. The DG of NIMASA who condemned the killing in a statement today said, "this is perhaps the deadliest of several politically-motivated killings perpetrated in Rivers state in recent times."

The Statement reads: "Ken Atsuwete was a prominent human rights activist, political commentator, fiery critic of bad governance, citizen activist and most recently lawyer to Hon. Ojukaye Flag-Amachree, the APC leader held for trumped-up charges.

"Without any doubt, the killers of Ken Atsuwete were driven by the insidious objective of instilling fear in the rank of the opposition, silence every voice of reason and stifle opposition in Rivers State. The killing of Ken Atsuwete is perhaps the height of impunity which is now an everyday way of life in my home state of Rivers.

"I call on the Inspector-General of Police, Director-General of State Security Service and other national security authorities to carry out extensive investigation of this awful incident, bring the perpetrators to book and restore sanity to our dear State.

"The current government in Rivers State owes us a responsibility to protect lives and property no matter the political persuasion of who is involved.

"Indeed, I  mourn with the immediate family of Ken Atsuwete, his associates and APC political family on this needless loss of the Voice of Reason."

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