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Manchester shooting horror as boy, 12, blasted with shotgun in front of devastated parents as 10 people rushed to h…

A 12-YEAR-OLD boy was gunned down in front of his parents with nine others injured during a shotgun attack in Manchester this morning.

Horrified neighbours in Moss Side said the gunman suddenly brandished a weapon and opened fire on crowds of partying revellers.

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Two forensic officers at the scene of the shooting in Moss Side, Manchester

Terrified partygoers ran for their lives as bullets rang out around the packed street in the early hours of this morning.

One local said the gunman was “showing off” in front of his pals and the shots were aimed below knee height.

Armed police raced to the scene in Claremont Road at 2.30am this morning, and victims’ ages range between 12 and in their 50s.

Dramatic footage shows police officers helping on the victims into an ambulance as a…

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Manchester shooting: Children among 10 people injured after incident in Moss Side area

Two children are among at least 10 people injured in a shooting at a post-carnival street party in Manchester.

Police were called to reports of gunshots at 2.30am on Claremont Road in Moss Side and sent “large numbers” of armed officers to the scene.

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Trump’s tactic to attack black people and women: insult their intelligence | US news

Donald Trump has an endless and varied supply of insults and playground taunts to hurl at opponents but appears to have a one-track mind when it comes to African Americans and women.

An analysis of the Trump Twitter Archive website shows that the US president has used the words “dumb” or “dummy” 236 times since 2011, and on 14 occasions since becoming taking office in January last year. He has targeted men and women, black and white.

But whereas the likes of James Comey, John McCain and Mitt Romney receive a smorgasbord of other insults, Congresswoman Maxine Waters and TV host Don Lemon, both of whom are African American, appear to be denigrated for their intelligence alone.

“Trump’s made the same criticism of black athletes, black journalists and black Members of Congress,”…

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To Create Jobs In Africa Encourage Young People And Give Startups Tax Breaks — Alibaba's Jack …

To grow jobs in Africa countries should encourage young people to be entrepreneurs while governments wanting to kickstart small business should …
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Three people in hospital after fight breaks out at Leicester Caribbean Carnival

Three people are in hospital after violence erupted during Leicester’s Caribbean Carnival festivities.

A woman and two men were taken to Leicester Royal Infirmary following a fight which broke out just after 6pm at the event’s festival ground at Victoria Park.

It happened as thousands of revellers were soaking up the carnival atmosphere and enjoying live music on the main stage on Saturday evening.

At least one of the victims sustained “puncture wounds” in the altercation, which Leicestershire Police are describing as an isolated incident.

It prompted the force to enact emergency stop and search powers to “protect members of the public” and prevent further violence.

Thousands of people attended Leicester’s Caribbean Carnival celebrations on Saturday


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Legacy of South African Apartheid Has Left People Divided – Activist


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South Africa’s ruling party is pushing ahead with plans to allow land expropriation without compensation, the BBC reported, citing the country’s President. In a recorded address, Cyril Ramaphosa said that the party will finalize a proposed amendment to the constitution in a measure that he has called critically important to the country’s economy.

Sputnik discussed the constitutional reform allowing for the expropriation of land without compensation in South Africa with Zola Ndwandwe, a South African activist.

Sputnik: What is your feeling about the constitutional reform to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation in South Africa? How necessary is this move?

Zola Ndwandwe: My thoughts are that in order to practically bring…

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