Monthly Archives: June 2014

Spain Held Its Annual Devil Baby Jumping Festival

Spain Held Its Annual Devil Baby Jumping Festival

The Spanish town of Castrillo de Murcia held its yearly infant bouncing function on Sunday, which includes men dressed as fiends jumping over babies in the road. El Salto del Colacho, or the fallen angel’s bounce, commends the Catholic banquet ...

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Mexicans Are Losing Mobile Service During Drug-War Shootouts

Mexicans Are Losing Mobile Service During Drug-War Shootouts

At the point when narco-related shootouts eject in Mexico, nationals turn to social networking to illuminate each other of “danger circumstances” progressively, as nearby powers and news outlets stay noiseless. The practice permits individuals to keep away from gunfire in ...

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Japan Finally Bans Possession of Child Porn

Japan Finally Bans Possession of Child Porn

Japan has at long last banned the ownership of tyke explicit entertainment, 15 years after it criminalized the creation and conveyance of such materials. Be that as it may, the law, which was affirmed by parliament today, does not matter ...

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Canada’s New Prostitution Bill Is Far From Perfect

Canada’s New Prostitution Bill Is Far From Perfect

It was in 2007 that a case testing Canada’s prostitution laws as unlawful was launched. After the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the laws criminalizing pimping, imparting for the reasons of prostitution, and running a massage parlor, the central ...

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Central African Republic Bans Text Messages

Central African Republic Bans Text Messages

In the Rwandan genocide, it was radio stations. In Myanmar in the course of recent years, it has been Facebook. Also in the Central African Republic capital of Bangui, inhabitants have been utilizing SMS quick messages to prompt brutality. This ...

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