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LGBT mental health: 'Being the butt of gay jokes made me ill'

A new report from Stonewall claims 52% of LGBT people in the UK have suffered with depression.

Thousand Oaks: At least 12 killed at California bar shooting

The bar was hosting a university student country music night when a gunman opened fire.

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No Way To Prevent This

Posted on 2018.11.08 at 11:04
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‘No Way To Prevent This,’ Says America - The Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens

THOUSAND OAKS, CA—In the hours following a violent rampage in California in which a lone attacker killed 12 individuals, including a police officer, and seriously injured at least 12 others, citizens living in the only country where this kind of mass killing routinely occurs reportedly concluded Thursday that there was no way to prevent the massacre from taking place. “This was a terrible tragedy, but sometimes these things just happen and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop them,” said Kansas resident Carrie Grant, echoing sentiments expressed by tens of millions of individuals who reside in a nation where over half of the world’s deadliest mass shootings have occurred in the past 50 years and whose citizens are 20 times more likely to die of gun violence than those of other developed nations. “It’s a shame, but what can we do? There really wasn’t anything that was going to keep this individual from snapping and killing a lot of people if that’s what they really wanted.” At press time, residents of the only economically advanced nation in the world where roughly two mass shootings have occurred every month for the past eight years were referring to themselves and their situation as “helpless.”

It's a mutually-assured death wish from the powers that be.

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'The violence is unbearable': medics in Yemen plead for help

Hodeidah hospitals struggle to treat people hurt in airstrikes as well as hungry children

Aid agencies and medical staff on the ground in Hodeidah have begged the international community to intervene to stop the violence in the besieged Yemeni city, as coalition and Houthi rebel forces struggle to gain the upper hand ahead of a planned ceasefire at the end of the month.

“The violence is unbearable, I cannot tell you. We’re surrounded by strikes from the air, sea and land,” said Wafa Abdullah Saleh, a nurse at the barely functioning al-Olafi hospital in the Houthi-controlled city centre.

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It's not the heat - or starvation - it's the inhumanity.

Same difference.

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