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Prostitutes to be replaced by Sex Dolls in Columbia

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This surprising video footage shows hot artificial ladies for rent to sex clubs. A Bogota sex doll agency opened online sex doll rentals for businesses on Thursday. The “girls” are made of thermoplastic elastomer, which is easy to use and clean, to make their skin to look more realistic and glowing. CEO of EIDistrito.co Patricia Gutierrez aims to help to solve the prostitution issue in... 

'There Was No Big Bang': Brazilian Scientist Turns Cosmic Theory Upside Down

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The Big Bang is a widely accepted explanation for the origins of the universe; however, Brazilian physicist Juliano Cesar Silva Neves has come up with a new “cyclical” theory, which challenges this prevailing concept. A scientist in Brazil has proposed a way of overcoming the problem presented by the Big Bang theory, the need for the singularity of spacetime, by doing away with the theory... 

Venezuela defaults on £45bn debt after missing payments

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Venezuela has defaulted on its £45billion debt after missing interest payments sparking fears investors could seize the country’s oil as payment. Caracas faced the first of what could be a cascade of defaults on its enormous foreign debt Tuesday as financial experts Standard and Poor’s declared the crisis-torn South American country in ‘selective default’. S&P’s... 

Giant Cannon firing Marijuana into US seized in Mexico

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Authorities in the Mexican state of Sonora, bordering the US, have captured a van-mounted bazooka-like cannon used to propel packages of drugs across the border. The Mexican Attorney General’s Office Sonora branch seized the ingenuous contraption in a joint operation with military personnel near the town of Agua Prieta, right across the border from Douglas, Arizona. The improvised artillery... 

Venezuela Censors Opponents Under Guise Of New ‘Anti-Hate’ Law

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Venezuela’s passage of a new law threatening up to 20 years in prison for “inciting hatred” is generating concerns about a growing crackdown on dissent. The powerful, pro-government Constituent Assembly approved the measure Wednesday. Assembly leader Delcy Rodriguez said it represented “a constructive law for peaceful coexistence” and an antidote to “the intolerances, the hatreds that... 

Uruguayan Deputy Sheds Light on Decades-Long CIA Backed Espionage

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A massive CIA-backed espionage network operated for decades in Uruguay, deputy Gerardo Nunez, chairman of the parliamentary commission investigating the plot has told Sputnik, unveiling the details of systematic leaks of classified information that took place in the Latin American country after the end of the dictatorship. The disclosure of a three million-page archive shed light on the immense power... 

Multiple explosions at Mexican volcano put citizens on alert

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Mexico City is still recovering from the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that killed over 200 people and devastated the capital, but many fear the increase in seismic activity may trigger the nearby volcano Popocatépetl. A series of explosions and minor eruptions took place this week, putting citizens of the neighboring city of Puebla on alert as ash rained down over the city, with the seismic activity... 

Brazil’s White-Majority South Gains Momentum in Independence Bid

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Inspired by the separatist vote in Catalonia, secessionists in three wealthy southern Brazilian states are redoubling their efforts to break away from the crisis-battered nation. Residents of Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Parana states are being called to vote in an informal plebiscite on Oct. 7 on whether they want independence. Organizers are also urging residents of the three states to... 

Maduro Puts Army on Alert as Venezuela Threatened by 'the Most Criminal Empire'

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The Venezuelan army must be ready “to defend every inch of the territory,” President Nicolas Maduro said after a verbal clash with Donald Trump and the introduction of new US travel restrictions. Meeting with the Venezuelan army’s top brass during drills near the city of Maracay, Maduro urged the country’s military to be on standby. “We have been shamelessly threatened... 

Category 5 Hurricane Maria Demolishes Dominica, Puerto Rico Braces for a Direct Hit

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Plowing toward the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, Category 5 Hurricane Maria has put locals on high alert after the powerful storm inflicted “mind-boggling” damage on the island of Dominica late Monday night. “This is going to impact all of Puerto Rico with a force and violence that we haven’t seen for several generations,” Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló... 

Powerful 7.1 Earthquake Hits Mexico City, At Least 119 Dead

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A strong earthquake has struck Mexico City, sending thousands of residents into the streets. The United States Geological Survey said the earthquake was marked as a 7.1 magnitude that hit the southern Mexico region Tuesday. In response to the quake, Mexico City International Airport has suspended operations. According to reports, at least 119 people were killed when the earthquake struck. Mexican... 

Tsunami Alert! 8.2 Earthquake strikes Mexico, Strange Lights in the Sky, was it HAARP?

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These lights are treated as a “myth” or “conspiracy”. The “authorities” claim that “it is not clear what causes them and they have never actually been proven”. The death toll in the 8.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico on Friday continues to rise, local authorities report. Three people were killed in the state of Chiapas, while two children died in... 

American Diplomats being deafened Cuba with "covert sonic devices"

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A mysterious illness has struck down some American and Canadian diplomats in the Cuban capital Havana, with the symptoms including nausea, migraines, concussion-like brain injuries and long-term deafness. While the details are sparse, reports suggest the diplomats may have fallen victim to some sort of “sonic attack”, with the finger pointed squarely at the Cuban Government. One of the... 

Donald Trump threatens Venezuela with unspecified Military Option

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U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday threatened military intervention in Venezuela, a surprise escalation of Washington’s response to Venezuela’s political crisis that Caracas disparaged as “craziness.” Venezuela has appeared to slide toward a more volatile stage of unrest in recent days, with anti-government forces looting weapons from a military base after a new legislative body usurped... 

Hijacked military helicopter strikes Venezuela court, ministry

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A hijacked military helicopter has attacked Venezuela’s Supreme Court and a government ministry with gunfire and grenades. President Nicolas Maduro described the incident as a “terrorist attack.” The helicopter was stolen from a military base in La Carlota by a group led by police pilot Oscar Perez. The vehicle flew over the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, and attacked government institutions on... 
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