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India Kerala mob takes selfies while lynching man News

Police in the south Indian state of Kerala have arrested two people after a video of a mob lynching a man accused of theft went viral. Footage of the incident horrified Indians, along with images of people taking selfies while watching the man, who was tied up, being killed. The victim was identified as a tribesman who lived in the area. Police told the BBC that they were actively searching for other people involved in the murder. Senior police ... Full story

North Korea's controversial Olympics delegate

Image caption Kim Yong-chol is to lead North Korea's delegation to the Winter Olympics closing ceremony. General Kim Yong-chol will head North Korea's delegation to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closing ceremony on 25 February. He is a controversial figure - and his upcoming visit has been met with hostility in South Korea. During his time as military intelligence chief, Gen Kim was accused of masterminding attacks on the South Korea warship ... Full story

Failing a Marijuana Combine Test May No Longer Be NFL Teams' Biggest Concern

Last year, like so many others, more than 300 prospects lined up at the NFL Scouting Combine, went into a room and peed into a cup. Most would pass the litany of tests the NFL runs to see whether any players are using drugs banned under the collective bargaining agreement. But one drug in particular seems to snag multiple players every year: marijuana. No matter the position —d efensive linemen, quarterbacks, wide receivers, offensive linemen — ... Full story

SM Entertainment loses another case against former EXO member Tao

SM Entertainment has lost another trial against former EXO member Tao . SEE ALSO: EXO-Ls furious at speed skater Park Ji Woo after her controversial behavior at the Olympics. SME and Tao have been in a legal battle since the idol star's leave to China as the agency has asserted he's broken his exclusive contract. However, on February 23, Chinese media outlet Sina has reported the Second Intermediate People's Court of Beijing has once again ... Full story

Parkland Shooting 'Hoax' Latest in Right's Dishonesty Epidemic

David Hogg, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, speaks at a rally calling for more gun control in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, February 17, 2018. (Jonathan Drake/Reuters) Enough with the rancid conspiracy theories. irst it was the Holocaust, now Parkland — is there any act of depravity to which the less respectable right-wing media cannot imagine a connection for George Soros? David Clarke, the sheriff of Fox News, insisted that the ... Full story

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While Korean tensions ease, 3 Americans remain ‘prisoners of war’ in the North  

Tony Kim, shown in California at the end of 2016, is a 59-year-old professor who was detained in North Korea in April after a month-long visit to teach at a private university in Pyongyang. He is one of three detained Americans. (Courtesy of the Kim family). As the Winter Olympics wrap up in PyeongChang this weekend with another North Korean delegation coming for the Closing Ceremonies, South Korea will be feeling as though it’s made some ... Full story

Meet Sony's first full screen smartphones: Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact

As more and more manufacturers have adopted nearly bezel-less, 18:9 displays and have even begun to move them downmarket, Sony Mobile has remained stubbornly attached to generous top and bottom bezels throughout its lineup. That will end Sunday, on the eve of Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, when the company introduces its first pair of redesigned flagships: the Xperia XZ2 (pictured below) and XZ2 Compact. According to a person who spent time ... Full story

Armed teacher's fear? 'Missing and hitting a student' News

Karl Donnelson from Colorado is armed and says he's ready to fire if an incident occurs in his school. Full story

'They are ready' - Boss on Academy players training at Melwood

Jürgen Klopp’s confidence in the ability of Liverpool’s youngsters helped inform his decision to allow several members of the U23s squad leave the club on loan in January. Harry Wilson, Ovie Ejaria and Ryan Kent were among the group of Reds to make temporary moves last month in order to gain regular first-team experience. Those departures have provided a pathway for some of the club’s youth-team talent to step up and train with Klopp’s senior ... Full story