Man stones daughter to death in Daesh video
Image Credit: YouTube A video allegedly posted to YouTube by Daesh shows an elderly Syrian taking part in the stoning to death of his daughter. Beirut: An elderly Syrian took part in stoning his daughter to death for alleged adultery in a video posted on YouTube by Daesh on Tuesday. The execution took place in August or September in an Daesh-controlled rural area in the east of the central province of Hamah, according to The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. It was the latest in spate of videotaped executions that the militants have posted on social media as they impose their extreme version of ...
Toddler mauled by stray dogs, in hospital
A 17-month-old toddler was grievously injured when a pack of stray dogs attacked him outside his home in Anjana Nagar in JP Nagar 9th Phase, early on Monday. The victim, Kumaraswamy, after being taken from one hospital to another, is now said to be out of danger. According to witnesses, Kumaraswamy, son of migrant labourers from Andhra Pradesh, was mauled by around five dogs when he stepped out of his house around 6 am. Panic-stricken parents Nagamma and Ramesh rushed the bleeding child to Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Referral Hospital in the area. But, due to lack of specialists, the child had ...
Watch: ‘Armless’ female beggar in Saudi found to have hands
A Saudi man pretending to give alms to an armless girl begging in a public place grabbed her dress and pulled out her arms in front of scores of surprised passers-by on a busy street in the Gulf Kingdom. A YouTube film published by ‘Sada’ newspaper showed girl had tried to fight back but bowed to the man’s pressure and showed her arms out. Sada said the film triggered mixed feelings by the readers as some criticized the man’s cruel behavior and others applauded him for exposing the beggar’s deception.
How sperms compete to win
In situations where a female copulates with several males in quick succession, only the best sperm, marked by speed, size and viscosity, wins the race to fertilise the egg, says a study. In nature, it is not unusual for a female to copulate with several males in quick succession - chimpanzees are an example. "The sperm of the different males then compete within the female to fertilise the eggs," said study author Steven Ramm from the Bielefeld University in Germany. The researchers showed that it is not just the amount of sperm that is important, but also its form. "Generally speaking, the best sperm ...
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