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Suspect's manifesto sent to PM's office minutes before attack

Suspect's manifesto sent to PM's office minutes before attack

World
By Alison Chung, news reporter The New Zealand prime minister said the suspected gunman in the mosque shootings had sent an anti-immigrant manifesto to her office minutes before the attack.Jacinda Ardern, who met with some of the victims' relatives on Sunday, said her office had gotten the email about nine minutes before Friday's attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, although she added she hadn't gotten the email directly herself. Her office was one of about 30 recipients and forwarded the email to parliamentary security within a couple of minutes of receiving it, she said. The email did not include any location or specific details.The suspect in the shootings, 28-year-old white supremacist Brenton Tarrant, appeared in court on Saturday charged with one...
Iggy Azalea sent vial of SEMEN in mail and threatens serious consequences

Iggy Azalea sent vial of SEMEN in mail and threatens serious consequences

Entertainment
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea made her long-awaited comeback on Friday with the release of new single, Sally Walker.And it seems one of her fans was seriously excited about it – so decided to send Iggy a gross parcel ahead of the release.In since-deleted tweets, 28-year-old Iggy wrote: "Someone sent a vial of semen in the main and the office assistant had to unknowingly open the package. I... who... [vomit emoji] FBI!"The Fancy hitmaker wasn't taking the disgusting move sitting down though, as she replied to her initial tweet. Related Articles “We have your DNA!”Iggy AzaleaIggy continued: "We have your DNA! Idiot. Hope you like the sex offenders registry."The blonde bombshell – real name Amethyst Amelia Kelly – released the music video for n...
Saudi teen barricades herself in hotel as she fights being sent home

Saudi teen barricades herself in hotel as she fights being sent home

World
A Saudi teenager trying to flee her "abusive" family has barricaded herself inside a hotel in Thailand as she resists attempts to send her home. Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun's passport has been seized by Thai authorities, and the 18-year-old says she fears her family will kill her if she is sent back to the Arab kingdom.The teenager has tweeted a video which shows her barricading her hotel door with a table and a mattress.Ms Alqunun is seeking asylum in Australia and has been pleading for help on social media.The UN's refugee agency has said it is following the case and "trying to seek access from Thai authorities" to meet with her.She told Human Rights Watch that she is fleeing abuse from her family, and alleges she had suffered beatings and death threats from male relatives who...
Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan ex-PM, sent back to jail for corruption

Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan ex-PM, sent back to jail for corruption

World
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been sent back to jail after a fresh corruption conviction.The court in Islamabad gave Sharif a seven-year term for having investments beyond his declared assets.Sharif, who denies wrongdoing, was jailed in July in a different corruption case but bailed on appeal when the Islamabad High Court suspended his sentence in September.His party lost general elections in July while he was in jail. Former cricketer Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) won most seats, after running on an anti-corruption platform.Security around the court in Islamabad was tight for Monday's verdict.The former ruling party - the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz - had threatened to start a mass protest movem...
Livingston 5-0 Hearts: Hosts score five goals and Arnaud Djoum sent off in 14-minute spell

Livingston 5-0 Hearts: Hosts score five goals and Arnaud Djoum sent off in 14-minute spell

Sports
Livingston scored five goals and Hearts' Arnaud Djoum was sent off in the space of 14 minutes as the hosts thumped Craig Levein's side at the Toni Macaroni Arena.Hearts, who could have gone joint-top of the Premiership, were routed in West Lothian.Craig Halkett scored a penalty before Hearts were reduced to 10 men when Djoum received a second yellow card. Dolly Menga and Ryan Hardie, twice, scored before Shaun Byrne made it five.Referee Nick Walsh had erroneously shown Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal a second yellow card after giving away the initial penalty before correcting his mistake.The result means Livingston move into fifth in the Premiership, while Hearts remain fourth, missing the ch...