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Owen Weldon

Digital Journalist based in massachusetts, United States. Joined on Jan 23, 2007
Expertise in Yoga & pilates, Social media, Entertainment, Celebrities, Video games,   see all» Movies, General business news & info, Weight loss, Travel, Exercise & fitness, Politics, Nightlife, clubbing, Dating & relationships, Music, Internet



Government agency closes ShopRite in Lagos

Lagos - ShopRite, a supermarket chain, in Lagos was forced to closed down by the government after being accused of allegedly breaching of safety law.

Islamic extremist blows up while filming propaganda video

A Jihadi fighter was in the middle of filming a propaganda video in Syria when he was blown up. The incident was captured on film.

Gas leak at facility results in 100+ families being relocated

Los Angeles - As of Thursday, more than 130 families in Los Angeles have been temporarily relocated because of a massive gas leak at a natural gas storage facility.

Swedish court: ISPs cannot block file-sharing site Pirate Bay

Stockholm - On Friday, a court in Sweden ruled Internet Service Providers cannot be forced to block the Pirate Bay, a file-sharing website.

Barber gives 9-year-old free haircuts for life for good grades

Gastonia - A barber in North Carolina decided that he would give a nine-year-old free haircuts for life because he got good grades in school.

Woman eaten by pets after suddenly dying

An unnamed 65-year-old woman died suddenly. Shortly afterwards, the woman was eaten by the 45 malnourished dogs she owned.

FacePalm Friday: Drunk man dials police to help him start his car

Richmond Hill - Early Tuesday a man called police to help him start his car, but he ended up being arrested for drunk driving in King Township.

Black Friday fight breaks out at mall in Kentucky

Louisville - A video surfaced showing two adult men fighting at a mall in Kentucky. The fight occurred on one of the busiest shopping days of the year, Black Friday.

Elderly women's mahjong games shut down by police

Altamonte Springs - Someone snitched on four elderly women who were wagering money during daily mahjong games at their retirement community in Florida.

Man sentenced for stealing and selling brains from museum

David Charles, from Indiana, admitted to stealing human brain samples from a medical museum. He also admitted to selling them.

YouTube Kids app criticized over junk food marketing videos

Groups in the United States found promotional videos for Oreos, Coca-Cola and other junk food products in YouTube's Kids app, and the groups want regulators to investigate it.

Credit card skimmers at gas stations and ATMs on the rise

Police across America are warning people of a credit card crime that is occurring at gas stations and ATMs. The scam involves the use of credit card skimmers.

Pfizer to buy Allergan for $160 billion

Pfizer is planning to buy Allergan for $160 billion. When the deal is completed, it will become the world's largest drug company.

Thieves steal car with kid inside, brings him to school

Norfolk - Last week two men got into a car to steal it, but they realized their was a young child inside. The car thieves decided to bring the kid to school and then continue with their getaway.

Hackers say ISIS is planning attack at WWE 'Survivor Series'

Atlanta - Anonymous, an online activist/hacker group, said the terrorist group ISIS is planning an attack at WWE 'Survivor Series,' which is being held on Sunday evening.

There's a parasitic worm that may help women get pregnant

There is a parasitic worm that may help women get pregnant. The worm is called Ascaris lumbricoides, a type of roundworm.

Teacher compliments each student every single day

Jacksonville - A special education teacher in Florida starts off each day by taking the time to compliment every single one of his students.

FacePalm Friday: Executive says women struggle finding music

Jimmy Iovine, a music executive at Apple has been getting heat after he claimed women find it difficult to find music without help.

Pauley Perrette, NCIS star, attacked by homeless man

Los Angeles - On Friday morning, 'NCIS' star Pauley Perrette said she was assaulted by a homeless man when she exited her Hollywood home.

Italian firms probed in olive oil scam

Turin - Prosecutors in Turin are probing seven Italian firms, including Carapelli, Bertolli and Sasso. The probe stems from allegations that the firms falsely sold olive oil products as "extra virgin."
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