Meet the man with 'world's longest tongue' who can lick elbow

A man has broken a record for having the 'world’s longest tongue".Praveen, from Tamil Nadu, made it to India’s Book of Records after stretching his tongue to a whopping 10.8cm.

Newborn baby pictured holding mum's contraception coil after it failed to stop pregnancy

A newborn baby was pictured holding his mum's contraception coil which failed to prevent her from getting pregnant with him. 

Three-headed baby hailed as an incarnation of God as pilgrims travel long distances to pay homage

A baby born with three heads has attracted pilgrims who refer to the child as an incarnation of God. Strangers in India have reportedly been making pilgrimages to see the infant since its birth in Uttar Pradesh was announced on July 12.

Trump's daughter, Ivanka, and husband Jared Kushner buy six-bedroom, 8 bathroom mansion for $24million (photos)

Former US President, Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her husband, Jared Kushner have purchased a Miami mansion for a whopping $24 million.

Mom gets prison sentence delayed to ‘support’ daughter who is participating in Olympics for Team USA

Gina Chiles, the mother of Team USA gymnast, Jordan Chiles was granted a delay to the start of her prison sentence for wire fraud so she can support her daughter through the Tokyo Summer Olympics. 

Girl, 4, who found 220,000,000-year-old fossils gets a museum display named after her.

A four-year-old girl who discovered a footprint of a dinosaur unknown to archaeologists has had a museum display named in her honor.

Olúrónbí - the case of Yorùbá artefacts being auctioned abroad…

It was the following catalogue note that first caught my attention whilst perusing Sotheby’s website some moons ago.

“Esu, Yemoja, Oshun, Oya and the 20 Cowries”- A Yoruba Tale

Oya and Osun were wives of Sàngó. Yemoja was the wife of Ogun. One day, all three happened to be shopping at the market in Oyo.

WHO predicts 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 by end of the Tokyo Olympics

The World Health Organization (WHO) has predicted 100,000 covid-19 deaths by the end of the Tokyo Olympics this summer.

Two Nigerian women who ran prostitution ring found guilty of human trafficking offences in Ireland

Two Nigerian women who ran a prostitution ring from a base in Mullingar have been found guilty of human trafficking offenses in what is believed to be the first conviction of its type in Ireland. 
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