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BACKPAGE BUSTED? Report says controversial site controls sex ads

A shocking new report says controversial classifieds site Backpage.com hired a Philippines contractor to lure customers seeking sex – indicating the company solicited and created sex ads, despite years of claims in court and to Congress that it played no ...

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Forget CHEAP Spanish holidays! Ryanair CEO say Brits will be heading to Pakistan instead

Michael O’Leary once again said Brexit will plunge Britain’s aviation industry into chaos unless it remains in the so-called EU’s ‘open skies’ agreement. The Irish businessman told the European Parliament’s transport and tourism committee the UK Government does not have ...

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Sixth MASS EXTINCTION warning: HUMANS threatening near total wipe out of Earth's creatures

GETTY Life on earth is facing mass extinction, according to a new report Mankind’s unbridled population growth and ever increasing demand for resources has already begun the countdown for the type of biological annihilation that saw the dinosaurs vanish 65 ...

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SHOCKING TESTIMONY FBI: MS-13 gang member filmed, narrated teen killing

MS-13 gang members filmed themselves killing a 15-year-old girl in January in a brutal attack carried out with a knife and a large wooden stake, according to disturbing testimony from an FBI agent. Jose Cerrato, a 17-year-old member, was barking ...

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TRUMP DEFENDS JR.: President praises son for 'transparency,' as Russia emails fuel Dem criticism

President Trump issued a brief statement standing by his eldest son following the release Tuesday of emails detailing a meeting with a Russian attorney last year, as the messages fueled critics’ claims of “collusion” as well as calls for Donald ...

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WAGE HIKE BACKFIRE Firms warn of layoffs as cities raise minimum pay

More than a dozen cities and counties across the country rang in the summer season by raising their minimum wage – but businesses warn that the bid to boost worker pay could backfire on employees just like it has in ...

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WAGE HIKE BACKFIRE Firms warn of layoffs as cities raise minimum pay

More than a dozen cities and counties across the country rang in the summer season by raising their minimum wage – but businesses warn that the bid to boost worker pay could backfire on employees just like it has in ...

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Africa: French President Macron Under Fire Over Africa ‘Civilization’ Comments

[allAfrica] Cape Town -France’s President Emmanuel Macron is taking flak after calling problems in Africa “civilizational” at the G20 Summit in Germany. AllAfrica News: Latest

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