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Pope Francis heading to Chile and Peru

Pope Francis heading to Chile and Peru

I am really afraid of this. "Even though the media has been preoccupied with talking about the church's polemics and especially about the figure of the Pope, I think that the most important thing here is to think about the message that the Pope will bring", said one Santiago resident.


Over 1000 young people charged by Danish police for sharing sex film

Over 1000 young people charged by Danish police for sharing sex film

Both punishments would give those involved a criminal record that could last up to 10 years. The two video clips were shared through Facebook's Messenger chat platform and the company advised U.S. Though most of the defendants have shared the video only a couple of times, others have shared it hundreds of times, according to a Danish-language press release issued by Danish police.


13 malnourished siblings shackled, held captive

13 malnourished siblings shackled, held captive

A California couple has been arrested after authorities found a dozen of their malnourished children held captive in their home, with one as young as two and some shackled to beds in the dark, officials said Monday. In a statement, police said the parents "were unable to immediately provide a logical reason why their children were restrained in that manner". Both parents were detained while child and adult protectives services responded to assist in the investigation.


Route 7 in Kent remains shut down due to flooding, ice

Route 7 in Kent remains shut down due to flooding, ice

A flood warning is also in effect for the Grand River at Painesville in Lake County. Bitter cold temperatures continue Sunday with highs only in the teens and lows Sunday night once again approaching zero. The city closed Nesbitt Park Sunday afternoon due to concerns with the ice and flooding. Another driver had to be rescued and firefighters helped about a dozen people out of their homes as water poured inside.


Army kills 7 Pak soldiers along LoC in retaliatory action

Army kills 7 Pak soldiers along LoC in retaliatory action

Indian Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat said Indian forces will leave no stone unturned in its mission to teach Pak a lesson for aiding and helping militants to cross over from LoC. "Every citizen of India has unwavering trust and pride in our Army, which protects the nation and is also at the forefront of humanitarian efforts during times of natural disasters and other accidents", he said.