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    Yahoo News UK

    Devastated mum found dead just weeks after daughter, 19, took her own life

    Jeanette Whittle, 44, and Rhianne Halton, 19, from Torquay, died within weeks of one another and were laid to rest at a joint funeral.

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    Coconuts Manila

    Forgive Them: Pasig women say they’re willing to return food back to pantry

    Several Pasig residents have gone viral after they were caught on video clearing out a community pantry, with one of them walking away with a tray full of eggs. The video has raised the hackles of some Filipinos but the women involved have already apologized, the local media reported yesterday. Carla Quioge, who organized the ... This article, Forgive Them: Pasig women say they’re willing to return food back to pantry, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.

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    Yahoo Style UK

    Is sex really better in your 50s? Amanda Holden says yes!

    As the TV and radio personality says she enjoys a ‘primal’ sex life at 50, we speak to experts about whether sex gets better with age.

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    Quartz

    We finally saw George Floyd’s video for what it was

    Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder after kneeling on the neck of George Floyd for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, extinguishing his life in front of dozens of witnesses, several of whom were filming. For centuries, juries in the US have consistently exonerated whites, especially police officers, charged with murdering Black Americans. This reign of terror by white supremacists, especially in the South, has become a mainstay of American culture, etched into the annals of American literature from James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time to Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.

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    Fans notice something suspect about Kim Kardashian bikini photo

    It's obviously a family favourite

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    Coconuts Manila

    Reporter Tina Panganiban-Perez called out for asking ‘dirty’ question to community organizer

    Veteran TV journalist Tina Panganiban-Perez is being criticized online for asking what many had perceived to be an unethical question during an interview with a community pantry organizer. The GMA News broadcaster spoke with Ana Patricia Non in a virtual media briefing, where the reporter asked, “Just to set the record straight, so what there ... This article, Reporter Tina Panganiban-Perez called out for asking ‘dirty’ question to community organizer, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.

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