Who was America Mafalda Thayer? Woman 'beheaded' in Shakopee?

A WOMAN was found beheaded on a Minnesota sidewalk by police responding to a 911 report of a stabbing. The victim is believed to be 55-year-old America Mafalda Thayer, who's partner was arrested on suspicion of murder. Who was America Mafalda Thayer? America Mafalda Thayer was the victim of a horrific murder that took place in a street in Shakopee, Minneapolis, on

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Copa America team of tournament announced with Messi and Neymar – but would it beat star-studded Euro 2020 XI?

THE Copa America Team of the Tournament has been unveiled… with a star-studded attacking line-up. Lionel Messi helped inspire Argentina to the trophy to end the country's 28-year wait for silverware with a narrow 1-0 win over Brazil. Therefore it is no surprise to see four Argentina players make the grade including the legendary forward himself. Messi, 34, topped the

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Putin accuses America of turning Russia into 'the enemy' & gushes about Biden after crunch summit

VLADIMIR Putin accused the US turning Russia into "the enemy" as he said Joe Biden is "very different" to Donald Trump as the world leaders met in Geneva. Putin was speaking to the press after some three hours and half of talks between himself, Biden and officials from the US and Russia. The 68-year-old characterised discussions as "constructive" – but

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Bank of America to raise U.S. minimum hourly wage to $25 by 2025

By Noor Zainab Hussain    (Reuters) -Bank of America plans to raise its minimum wage for U.S. workers to $25 an hour by 2025, the latest among major firms promising to pay employees more after a year of pandemic risks and government subsidies that fueled conversations on whether companies pay their workers enough.    Bank of America's announcement on Tuesday went further

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America suffers deadliest week as Covid deaths, cases and hospitalizations all hit record highs after Thanksgiving

THE US has suffered its deadliest week since the Covid outbreak began with deaths, cases and hospitalizations all hitting record highs in the wake of the Thanksgiving getaway. Deaths across the country rose by 44 per cent compared to the previous week. New records were set in all of the three main metrics which measure the severity of the pandemic,

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Some of those involved in killing of Iranian nuclear scientist arrested, official says

FILE PHOTO: Iranian Defense Minister Amir Hatami, speaks during a funeral ceremony of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, in Tehran, Iran November 30, 2020. Iranian Defense Ministry/ WANA (West Asia News Agency)/Handout via REUTERS DUBAI (Reuters) – Some of those involved in the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist last month have been arrested, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, an adviser to the

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Trump calls America a ‘third world country’ and refuses to accept defeat in ‘rigged election'

DONALD Trump likened the US to a “third world country” as he blasted the “rigged” election and once again refused to accept defeat. The president called the vote a “disgrace to our country” exactly a month after it was announced he had lost to Joe Biden. "Well I think the case has already been made if you look at the

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