Family demands justice after sick paedo admits abducting and raping two-year-old girl in Egypt

‘EXECUTION ISN’T ENOUGH’ The tot, aged just 20 months, was snatched from the balcony of her family home in al-Daqahliyah, North-east Egypt THE family of a toddler have demanded justice after a sick paedo admitted kidnapping and raping her. The little girl, aged just 20 months, suffered horrific injuries from the assault in the country’s al-Daqahliyah Governorate, north-east of Cairo. Twitter The 35-year-old attacker admitted his crime after he was arrested The vile sex attacker, 35, admitted snatching the girl as she played on the balcony of her family home, al-Arabiya reported. He took her into an empty room before carrying

May SIGNS OFF on Brexit: PM vows to fight ‘FIERCE’ battle with EU to win best deal for UK

Downing Street tonight issued a photograph of the Prime Minister signing the document that gives formal shape to the British people’s wish expressed last June to quit the EU. The closely guarded letter formally notifying the EU of our intention to leave and setting out her Brexit principles was then being despatched to Brussels for UK ambassador Sir Tim Barrow to hand over in person to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council of member state governments. GETTY Theresa May will pledge to fight fiercely for the best post-Brexit deal Related articles Tue, March 28, 2017 Prime Minister Theresa May

Home Prices Hit an All-Time High – What This Means for Buyers

If you’re in the market for a new home, you may have noticed a jump in housing prices. That’s because home prices just hit an all-time high as of January. Between the price increase and the Fed’s recent move to raise the prime rate, new homebuyers could face a tough road ahead. Here’s what you should know about rising home prices and how they’ll affect you. Housing prices on the rise CNBC reported the latest statistics from the S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index. The index, which measured the nine U.S. census divisions, found: Housing prices in January 2017 were the highest

Trumpcare Fails. ACA Survives. Single-Payer Next?

The health care industry is almost one-fifth of the American economy, and massively restructuring it impacts all of us financially in a huge way. So, I felt it necessary to assess the failure of the AHCA (aka “Trumpcare”) to pass, what it means for us, and where I hope we go from here to ensure the cheapest and best health care for all. There is already lots of blame going around as to why Republicans (who now have a historically large 44-seat majority in the House) could not get their ACA (“Obamacare”) repeal and replace legislation passed last week, after

Wells Fargo fails fair lending test due to “discriminatory and illegal” credit practices

Late last year, as the fallout from the fake account scandal at Wells Fargo was still unfolding, rumors began to circulate that the bank could be facing another regulatory smackdown due to reportedly failing to meet its requirements under the Community Reinvestment Act. And Tuesday, the other shoe dropped, as the bank disclosed that it did indeed fail to meet its CRA requirements. According to Wells Fargo’s new CRA review from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Wells Fargo’s overall CRA rating is being dropped two notches, from “Outstanding” to “Needs to Improve.” In its review, the OCC

How To Convert A 4:3 Presentation To Widescreen

Senior staff from the Department of Human Services told Senate estimates on March 2 that the average wait time to speak to a Centrelink operator is 14 minutes and 10 seconds. But this doesn’t match with most people’s experiences of calling Centrelink. As it turns out, what’s not included in the reported wait time is probably more important than what is. The way we buy mobile data is pretty unusual, if you think about it. Unlike other utilities, like water and electricity, we’re asked to estimate our usage in advance, and what we don’t use, we lose. Worse still, if

Beyond Payments and Insurance: Other Car Ownership Expenses

When someone purchases a new or used car, the actual selling price of the vehicle is often the first expense considered. For those who are financing, this amount, plus interest charges, is divided up into monthly payments that will be made over a period of time (usually four to six years, possibly longer). And because minimal auto insurance coverage is required by law in most states, the cost for an appropriate policy must be considered. In fact, insurance expenses are taken into account when a lender calculates a debt to income (DTI) ratio for a potential borrower. However, costs associated

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ovh.com A Fraud, Scam, Blackmailers. Keep Away from Them!!!

Hi All, I bought a $69 server from OVH on 24th March and installed a server through their panel. Their panel looked good and how they had a system to install OS from their panel was impressive. After centOS OS installation, I tried to access my server through Putty but I was not even able to connect as server gave “Server unexpectedly closed network connection”. I tried several times and even after disabling iptables and checked SSH server through their IPMI but nothing changed. I even reinstalled OS but still it was not letting me in. I created a ticket

Investing discipline

I have to admit that the discipline required for successful long term investing is a lot more difficult that I thought it would be. I know during the big TSX melt last year it was difficult to keep buying as money came available and the market continued to tank. Of course, it worked out well so it’s nice to have some personal empirical evidence that it works. Today – I sold a bunch of raging US index to buy some bond indexes. That was hard. Source link