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United Nations demand removal of perverted priests by the Vatican

Any clergy known or suspected of abusing children should be removed immediately, the United Nations asked the Vatican.

The UN watch-dog in charge of children’s rights frowns at the Vatican’s attitude towards homosexuality, contraception and abortion.

Tests on Hoffman’s corpse ‘inconclusive’

Examiners attached to New York city, the United States of America, who performed a series of tests on the corpse of Oscar winning actor, Phillip Seymour Hoffman failed to reach conclusions about the cause of death.

But Hoffman, 46, was found lying in his New York home with a syringe of heroin on his arm, and envelops of the dangerous substance littering his bathroom where he apparently died of drug overdose.

U.S chain stops tobacco sale from October 1

The 7,600 CVS shops in the United States of America will stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products from October 1, 2014.

Its chief executive officer, Larry Merio made the announcement that it will cost the company about $2 billion loss in revenue – but President Barack Obama has praised the decision.

What you should know about Microsoft’s new CEO Satya Nadella

Microsoft new chief executive officer Satya Nadella (46), was born in India, has been a long time insider at the company, he’s an engineer who is business savvy  – and has a low profile.

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