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Autopsy reveals fractures in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck

The autopsy of the body of financier Jeffrey Epstein showed that he had broken neck bones, some media said Thursday, but the New York medical examiner warned against any hasty conclusion. According to anonymous sources quoted by The Washington Post and the New York Times , the autopsy of the 66-year-old financier, found dead in his cell in Manhattan on Saturday morning, revealed a fractured hyoid bone, close to the apple of ‘Adam. According to experts quoted by these media, such a fracture would be consistent with a hanging suicide, especially in older people…

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Ban the pitbulls: the debate is restarted

The population is again divided on the question of pitbulls, 24 hours after a toddler of a year and a half was bitten several times in the face and arm in Louiseville, Mauricie. “An animal, it’s still an animal. The word says it: ani-evil. It can hurt, “big or small,” Louiseville Mayor Yvon Deshaies told TVA Nouvelles. The toddler’s family attacked by a pitbull Monday described Gringo as a gentle dog with children; who had never shown any sign of aggression.  The dog took only a few seconds to inflict the one-and-a-half-year-old boy…

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United States: Walmart more supports its employees in studies

In a context of labor shortages, Walmart announced Tuesday that it will improve its assistance program for its American employees who are currently studying or wanting to return to school. For example, employees who are in high school will now be able to get their college entrance test refunded, the Reuters news agency reported. They will also receive a bonus if they graduate while working at Walmart. The chain of stores also committed Tuesday to give them a fixed work schedule during the school period. While tuition fees are very high…

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Reconstruction after floods: Ottawa wants to quickly offer help

The federal government is becoming increasingly open to working with Quebec in its efforts to rebuild and relocate flood-affected communities and says it wants to help as soon as possible. “I would like to explore with our colleagues from the Government of Quebec and the other provinces the possibility of creating a committee to see how we can deploy federal aid as quickly as possible,” said the Minister of Infrastructure, François-Philippe Champagne. This working group would be mandated to look at how to rebuild and target where it is appropriate,…

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Drowning a child in Pierrefonds

A child was in critical condition late afternoon, Monday, after being found lifeless in the water on the Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough side in Montreal. According to the first available information, the child was found in a body of water on the grounds of a residence on St. Croix Street. Shortly before 6 pm, Urgences-santé was able to confirm that a child was on board an ambulance en route to the hospital. He was in cardiopulmonary arrest, a spokesman said. For its part, the Police Department of the City of Montreal said that…

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An Egyptian sarcophagus of more than 2500 years open live on television

The sarcophagus of an Egyptian priest dating back more than 2500 years was opened live on Sunday night to Monday during a broadcast of the American channel Discovery. In the artificial light, the Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass and his men opened three sarcophagi under the eye of the cameras, one of which was brought to the surface of the tomb and the other at the end of a gallery. .   An exquisitely-preserved 2,500-year-old mummy inside an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus was discovered tonight on #EgyptLIVE. #ExpedtionUnknown pic.twitter.com/k6IeuaiFp7 — Discovery (@Discovery) April…

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The mystery of Garfield phones drifting finally solved

For more than thirty years, orange plastic telephones with the image of the Garfield cat have washed up on the beaches of the west of France. The mystery of their origin has just been lifted with the discovery of a container stranded at the bottom of an underwater fault. “We found this incredible fault that is in the 30 meters deep and at the bottom there are the remains of a container,” said Thursday to AFP Claire Simonin, president of the association Ar Viltansoù who works for the cleanliness of the…

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She dies after a battle in primary school

A family in South Carolina tries to figure out how her fifth-grade daughter was killed in a battle at school. Raniya Wright, 10, was transferred to the hospital after being found unconscious in the school’s infirmary following a battle between classmates. The student succumbed to his injuries two days later. Police said no firearms were involved in the incident at Forest Hills Elementary School. Raniya’s parents struggle to understand the death of their little girl, “their angel”. The elementary school recalls a student “who liked to write, spend time with friends…

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Montrealer accused of killing an Ontario Hells

The 38-year-old resident of the Saint-Léonard district appeared Monday afternoon facing a charge of premeditated murder at the Montreal courthouse. He will be taken to Ontario for further legal proceedings. On March 11, Michael Deabaitua-Schulde, a member of the Niagara chapter Hells Angels in good standing, was murdered with several firearm projectiles in front of a Mississauga mall. The 32-year-old biker, dubbed Diaz, had just come out of a gym where he had trained. After finding the Honda Civic abandoned and burned by the suspects, the Peel Regional Police had pinned two…

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A violent storm is heading for Quebec and no one will be spared

If you have to hit the road on Tuesday morning, we have some tips for you. First of all, make sure you have winter tires on your vehicle, but also, plan to leave a little earlier than usual, because everything indicates that it will not be easy on the roads tomorrow morning! The reason? There is a lot of snow and for the south, there is even a mix of snow and rain. It is because of the advent of a low pressure system with a significant pressure drop that some areas of…

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