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The origin of Valentine's Day is actually a bit dark and sordid

The origin of Valentine's Day is actually a bit dark and sordid

It's a day to celebrate all of the love you have in your life. Businesses are offering creative Valentine's Day gifts that are eye catching. This person is also the only source of physical affection. You can meet some new people, you can learn a new sport and who knows , you might make the connection you want and start that new exciting relationship.


Mauricio Pochettino praises Tottenham character in Juventus comeback

Mauricio Pochettino praises Tottenham character in Juventus comeback

Harry Kane scored in the 35th minute to make the tie interesting before Serge Aurier gave away a careless penalty just before half time. Christian Eriksen has said that he does not expect Mauricio Pochettino to leave Tottenham Hotspur anytime soon, despite inevitable interest from rival clubs.


Three tourists dead in helicopter crash

Three tourists dead in helicopter crash

The tour had stopped at Quartermaster Canyon and was on its way back to Las Vegas , where the tour began when the helicopter crashed . The pilot, 42-year-old Scott Booth, suffered a limb injury, tribal police said. Earlier on Saturday, the National Weather Service had warned that conditions over the Grand Canyon were windy. Stein says investigators are in contact with the four survivors of the crash and are hoping to get statements from them over the next few days as they recover from ...


Hundreds gather in solidarity with Boushie family

Hundreds gather in solidarity with Boushie family

Disappointment, but not surprise, is a prevailing theme after the acquittal of Gerald Stanley for the murder of Colten Boushie . NCN elder D'Arcy Linklater said the fact that Stanley's trial featured a jury with no Indigenous members demonstrates how unfair the system is and how that unfairness prevents truly equal status for Indigenous people.


Youth Congress leader hacked to death in Kannur

Youth Congress leader hacked to death in Kannur

Mr. Antony said that the CPI (M)'s attitude was that it could get away with anything when it was in power. "The attack exposes the fascist face of the CPI (M)". Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala further pointed fingers at the police for not checking political violence. They are striking at will to eliminate their political rivals in the most inhumane manner.