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7 Uses for Baking Soda That You Probably Didn’t Know

Share this on WhatsAppBaking soda is a common ingredient in every household that we mostly use for rising dough when preparing cake or bread. However, the crystalline powder compound can also be used for cleaning and for the numerous health benefits it offers. Baking soda is a powerful cleaning agent that works better than any …

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WATCH: 16 ft. crocodile caught in Tawi-Tawi

Share this on WhatsAppA 16.11 ft. crocodile surprised the residents of Poblacion Talampakan in Sumunul, Tawi-Tawi on September 8. A fisherman saw the huge crocodile swimming around the sea near their homes on September 7, according to Ruben Balcorza of the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office of Simunul. The …

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Oman Government Bans Import of Poultry From Five Countries

Share this on WhatsAppImporting poultry from five countries has been banned in Oman, according to a ministerial decision. “Live birds, their products and derivatives from the Philippines, Laos, South Africa, Togo, and Zimbabwe are banned from entering the country until a further decision is taken,” the Ministry of Agriculture and …

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Muslim Villages Burnt To Ground Amid ‘Mass Killings’ In Rohingya Crisis

Share this on WhatsAppMuslim villages are being burnt to the ground amid mass killings in the Rohingya crisis. According to BBC journalists who witnessed the devastation, buildings were set ablaze in Burma’s Rakhine state, including homes and a religious school. Since violence erupted in August, over 164,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to neighbouring …

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Police Refuse To Shelter Sex Offenders During Hurricane Irma

Share this on WhatsAppA police officer in Florida, USA, is refusing to shelter sex offenders as Hurricane Irma approaches. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd says he is doing so in order to ‘protect children’. Judd has also warned those rushing to gain protection from the 185mph winds, will have their IDs …

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