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Bogus Meat in China

Bogus Meat in China. Police in China have spent three months seizing bogus meat, some of it fake beef or mutton made out of fox, mink and rat. They snatched up around 20,000 tons of illegal products, according to┬ástate news agency Xinhua. In 382 cases, officials arrested 904 suspects for passing off bogus meat, meat injected with water or diseased …

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Bhutto Murder-case Prosecutor Shot Dead

Bhutto Murder-case Prosecutor Shot Dead. Gunmen have shot dead the prosecutor investigating the murder of Pakistan’s ex-leader Benazir Bhutto who was assassinated in 2007. Police said Chaudhry Zulfiqar Ali was ensnaring as he was driving from his Islamabad home to a court hearing in the Bhutto case in Rawalpindi. Police have not considered on a reason for the shooting. Chaudhry …

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Indian ‘spy’ Cremated

Indian ‘spy’ Cremated. Sarabjit Singh, the Indian convicted of spying in Pakistan and killed in a Pakistani jail last week, has been cremated in India among mass outrage. Senior Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi and more than a few government ministers from the state of Punjab were among the large crowd attending the state funeral in Singh’s home village. Singh, …

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Venezuela MPs Punch-up

Venezuela MPs Punch-up. Fistfights have broken out in Venezuela’s parliament over the fresh disputed presidential election. Numerous legislators were left bloodied and bruised, with both opposition and pro-government lawmakers condemning each other of starting the fight. A measure was earlier passed denying MPs the right to speak in anticipation of they recognized Nicolas Maduro as president. Official results show he …

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Woman Charged Over Poisoned Juice

Woman Charged Over Poisoned Juice. A California woman who police say planted two bottles of stained orange juice at a San Jose Starbucks has been charged with attempted murder, a police spokesman said Tuesday. Ramineh Behbehanian, 50, is accused of adding roughness alcohol to the contents of the bottles and then placing them into a refrigerated exhibit case, Police Sgt. …

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