Swedish woman charged for sexual activities with skeleton

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A woman in Sweden has been charged with engaging in sexual activities with a human skeleton and could face jail time for disturbing the peace of the dead, a Swedish prosecutor said.

Police found a full human skeleton, skulls and a box containing other human bones by chance after responding to a call saying a shot had been fired from her flat in the city of Gothenburg.

They also discovered CD-ROMs titled “my necrophilia” and “my first experience”, and photographs of the woman engaging in various sexual activities with a skeleton, a court document on the prosecutor’s website showed.

It said the woman had handled the bones in a “shameful” and “unethical” manner.

“She is interested in the dead,” Prosecutor Kristina Ehrenborg-Staffas told Reuters. “She has pictures of morgues, churches and graveyards.”

The 37-year-old unemployed woman has also been accused of selling human bones to an artist in Uppsala in eastern Sweden this past summer.

The woman has said she bought the bones, which were around 50 years old or more and from different parts of the world, over the Internet for historical purposes and says that it is not her in the photographs.

Her trial will take place next week and she faces a maximum two years in prison if found guilty.

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Alicia Keys Makes plan with African Youth

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The current series of MTV Base Meets…with MTN has ended with award-winning singer, songwriter and humanitarian Alicia Keys appearing on the show.

Six young Africans met the R&B diva in New York to discuss in detail about female empowerment, HIV and AIDS, motherhood, family, music and the importance of education. Keys also shared with the youths her difficult early life growing up among prostitution and drug abuse.

Among the panellists include Zambian entrepreneur Alton Ford, South African dancer Yoliswa Cele Luthuli, Zimbabwean model and blogger Makho Ndlovu, Rwandan singer-songwriter Iyadede and South African stylist Gugulethu Banda.

Keys, in just a 10-year career has released four albums and sold over 35 million copies, winning her 14 Grammy Awards and 4 MTV Video Music Awards. She is also the co-founder of Keep A Child Alive (KCA), a people’s movement that provides life-saving AIDS treatment, orphan care, nutrition and surrounding support to children and families affected by AIDS in Africa and India.

MTV Base Meets…with MTN has in the last eight weeks featured interviews from President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President Paul Kagame, Julius Malema, Ben-Murray Bruce, Aliko Dangote, Hugh Masekela and Sir Richard Branson.

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Country -Nigeria

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Country: Nigeria (Federal Republic of Nigeria)
Location: West Africa
Independence: October 1, 1960
Nationality: Nigerian
Capital City: Abuja
Population: 140,337,822 est 2007
Important Cities: Abuja, Lagos, Ibadan, Kano, Zaria, Ife, Abeokuta, Onitsha, Nnewi, Owerri, Awka
Head of State: Umaru Yar’Adua
Area: 923,768 sq.km.
Type of Government: Republic
Currency: 132 Naira=1 USD
Major Tribes: Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa
Religion: Muslim 50%, Christian 40%, African religion 10%
Climate: Tropical to arid
Literacy: 57.1%
Official Language: English
Principal Languages: Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba,Fulani
Major Exports: Oil, Minerals, Cocoa, Rubber
Pre-Colonial History Nigeria had an eventful history. More than 2,000 years ago, the Nok culture in the present plateau state worked iron and produced sophisticated terracotta sculpture. The history of the northern cities of Kano and Katsina dates back to approximately 1000 A.D. In the following centuries, Hausa Kingdoms and the Bornu Empire became important terminals of north-south trade between North African Berbers and the forest people, exchanging slaves, ivory, and other products. The Yoruba Kingdom of Oyo was founded in 1400s. It attained a high level of political organization. In the 17th through 19th centuries, European traders established coastal ports for slave traffic to the Americas. Commodity trade, especially in palm oil and timber, replaced slave trade in the 19th century. In the early 19th century, the Fulani leader Usman dan Fodio launched an Islamic crusade that brought most of the Hausa states under the loose control of an empire centered in Sokoto.
Post-Colonial History On October 1, 1960, the Federation of Nigeria achieved independence, initially as a constitutional monarchy. In June 1961, the northern part of the United Nations Trust Territory of British Cameroons was incorporated into Nigeria’s Northern Region as the province of Sardauna, and in August 1963 a fourth region, the Mid-Western Region, was created. From the outset, Nigeria’s ethnic, regional, and religious tensions were magnified by the disparities in economic and educational development. The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was adopted on October 1, 1963. At the same time, Nigeria became a member of the Commonwealth and Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe of the NCNC took office as first Nigerian’s first President. On January 15, 1966, a group of officers overthrew the government. In May 1967, Lt. Col. Emeka Ojukwu, the military governor, declared the independence of the Eastern Region as the “Republic of Biafra.” After General Muhammed was assassinated on February 13, 1976, Lt. Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo became head of state. Seven new states were created in 1976, bringing the total to nineteen. Several military rulers followed, ending with the sudden death of General Sani Abacha in June, 1998. He was succeeded by General Abdulsalami Abubakar, who held elections in 1999 leading to the election of Olusegun Obasanjo, who took office in May, 1999. In April 2007 elections were held and for the first time power went from civilian to civilian. The elections were accompanied by accusations of fraud, and in the end Umaru Yar’Adua, from an aristocratic Fulani family in the northern city of Katsina, was elected the new head of state.

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