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Karpathos: The last moments of the French woman – She fell into the sea and was hit in the head by a rudder blade

New information is coming to light about the tragedy that occurred in the maritime area of Karpathos during the international sailing race Aegean 600 on Monday night with a 40-year-old woman, a crew member, losing

Aesthetician asks compensation for wrong HIV positive tests

An aesthetician has opened a lawsuit of damages against an eye hospital for wrongly diagnosing her with HIV positive twice, causing her depression and suicidal thoughts.

According to local reports, the 28-year-old woman, identified only by initials C.G., went to an eye hospital for an eyelid operation.

Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington dies at 41

Photo: Stefan Brending

Chester Bennington, the lead singer of rock band Linkin Park, has died at 41, the Los Angeles County coroner said, AP reports. He was was found hanged, according to TMZ citing law enforcement sources.

Bennington was found dead at his home in Palos Verdes Estates in L.A. County just before 9am Thursday, according to TMZ.

Student group apologizes for playing ‘Transphobic’ & ‘Problematic’ Lou Reed song!

A Canadian student group has apologized to the transgender community for causing “hurt” after playing Lou Reed’s 1972 classic “Walk on the Wild Side” during a campus event.

The University of Guelph Central Student Association has issued a statement on Facebook, expressing regret because the song contained “hurtful” and “transphobic lyrics,” MRCTV reported.

Esquire: Greek movie “Lobster” no.1 in top 25 list (videos)

Esquire, the renowned Men’s fashion magazine released its top 25 movies for 2016, with the editors’ top pick being Greek director Yorgos Lanthimo’s “The Lobster”, starring Collin Farrell. It is quite an honour for a Greek film to beat out some of the biggest names in the film industry. Another notable Greek entry into its list at 10th spot is Athina Rachel Tsangari’s “Chevaler”.

Trump brands himself an agent of change on eve of elections

In a bid to frame the final days of the 2016 race for the White House against his democratic rival, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Friday in a scheduled stop in Ohio that he would bring “real change” to Washington if elected, and proposed doing so by getting rid of Hillary Clinton first.

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