#Suicide

RelationshipsPosted by
CNN

Families are at war over a wedding tradition India banned decades ago

(CNN) — Vismaya Nair had been married for just over one year when she was found dead in the bathroom of her husband's family's home in India's southwestern Kerala state. Initially, police had no reason to view the 24-year-old student's death on June 21 as suspicious, until her family made a complaint under the country's "dowry death" law.
Picture for Families are at war over a wedding tradition India banned decades ago
TRENDING TOPICS
Macon Telegraph

Downtown killings last weekend have Macon on pace with 2020’s record murder toll

Two shooting deaths in downtown Macon last weekend furthered a troubling trend of violent-crime-related bloodshed here, part of a worrisome toll that has seen homicide rates steadily rise in the past decade. As of Friday, figures compiled by The Telegraph comparing slayings in 2020 and 2021 — homicides that have...
SportsPosted by
Los Angeles Times

Raven Saunders shows a face of power and pure joy in capturing Olympic silver

TOKYO — The mask came off, the gnashed teeth of the Hulk gone, a face of these Tokyo Olympics revealed. Raven Saunders wore a nose ring and a sweat-drenched smile above the facial covering she had pulled into a scrunch below her chin. She had just draped herself in an American flag and shimmied around the track inside Olympic Stadium, commencing a celebration of redemption, of perseverance, of duality.
MoviesPosted by
FanSided

Why did Will Smith leave The Suicide Squad?

When you go see The Suicide Squad in theaters, you may see a main character is noticeably absent. Why did actor Will Smith leave the movie?. The Suicide Squad is in theaters and HBO Max on Aug. 5, 2021. The anticipated sequel from David Ayer’s 2017 Suicide Squad sees the return of Harley Quinn and her Suicide crew, minus one.
Miami, FLMcClatchy

Ex-Haiti prosecutor once tasked with finding out who killed famous journalist is dead

A former top government prosecutor who was once forced to flee Haiti for Miami in fear for his life is dead. Claudy Gassant was was found dead Saturday in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where he recently had been living. The discovery came on the same day Gassant was expected to be in South Florida for a conference on Haiti’s widening insecurity. His death was described as suspicious.
Diseases & TreatmentsPosted by
Revyuh - Latest Breaking News

This is how leaky calcium puts epileptics at heart risk

Doctors have long been baffled by Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP), and a group of researchers claimed that they may have discovered the cause. A mutation in a gene involved in the regulation of calcium inside brain cells can help trigger blackouts of the brainstem, the centre that controls heartbeat and breathing, and increase the risk of a sudden unexpected death, according to Baylor College of Medicine researchers.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE