October 28, 2017 - Whisper Eye

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Sex tape arrest

A former BBC journalist, Vinod Verma, has been arrested in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

His arrest is connected to a scandal about a supposed sex tape involving a Chhattisgarh state politician.

A police spokesman told whisper eye media team  that Mr Verma

Ghana culture shielding rapists

Ghana’s inspector general of police has ordered an investigation into the alleged rape of a four-year-old girl after national outrage over the case.

The parents of the child said a local chief told them nothing could be done because the community gods deemed the suspect innocent.

Catalan Regional parliament declared independence

The Catalan regional parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain, just as the Spanish government appears set to impose direct rule.

The move was backed 70-10 in a ballot

No crossing the street while looking at phone

Pedestrians caught crossing the street while staring at their cell phones in Hawaii’s largest city will face a fine of up to $99 beginning on Wednesday as a new law comes into effect intended to prevent distracted people from blundering into traffic.

Bans on texting while driving are common but Honolulu

Tiger Woods arrested and charged for reckless driving

Golfer Tiger Woods has  pleaded guilty  to a reckless driving charge and is scheduled to enter a program for first-time offenders to avoid a conviction for driving under the influence.

According to whisper eye media team, the 41-year-old athlete was

Defiant Opposition Strongholds In ‘Relief’ As Voting is Extended Indefinitely

Kenyans who boycotted a repeat presidential election voiced relief on Saturday after authorities indefinitely delayed further attempts to hold the vote in some opposition areas due to the risk of violence.

Clinton involved in Trump Russian dossier

An independent campaign watchdog group Wednesday filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission charging that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee filed “false” campaign disclosure reports that concealed payments

Smoke marijuana,have more sex

Stanford University School of Medicine researchers unveiled the link between marijuana and the frequency of sexual intercourse in a study published on Friday in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Researchers in California reached their conclusions after

Maurice Kirya partners with SulaPay to sell new album via Mobile Money

Sula Pay has announced a partnership with R&B/Soul singer Maurice Kirya to sell copies of his new digital album – Free Dreams – via their mobile money payment system.

Justice Minister Otafiire calls for unity

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Maj Gen. (Rtd) Kahinda Otafiire called upon Africans to be more patriotic And Pan-africanists.

Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory tainted by low turnout

President Uhuru Kenyatta is cruising home to victory as the result of Kenya’s rerun election trickled in on Friday.

Eating alone could have awful consequences for your health

Dining alone can lead to something worse than heartburn — it could boost your risk for heart disease and diabetes, a new study found.

Police holding 21 notorious criminals terrorizing Kampala

21 suspected criminals were arrested during a major security swoop in Uganda’s capital on Friday.

Uhuru’s government accused of ‘genocide’ against ethnic minorities

Opposition politicians in Kenya have accused the government of conducting a campaign of “genocide” against ethnic minorities in the aftermath of the country’s controversial presidential election.

NRM NEC endorses Magyezi’s age limit bill

NRM senior leaders belonging to the National Executive Council (NEC) have voted to support the controversial age limit bill.