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US: Blood-stained toddler leads police to two corpse in Alabama

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The Police have discovered an unfolding case of suspected homicide as they found two corpses inside a home.

The incident, which happened in Alabama, United States of America, was uncovered when the Police came across a toddler who wandered the streets in blood-stained clothes.

Police authorities told journalists that the wandering toddler with blood stains led them to the two dead bodies.

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“Birmingham Police are now doing a double homicide investigation into the deaths of two middle-aged adults found dead inside the home the toddler is believed to have wandered out of,” report says. 

It added that Birmingham Police Sgt. Johnny Williams informed that Police had responded to a report from a caller who informed of a lone child on the street and wearing blood-stained clothes.

The incident happened on Thursday, but the Police are just bringing it to public knowledge.

“The child was uninjured and led officers to a home where an adult male and an adult female were found dead,” the report said.

Williams said the child’s relationship to the dead adults is currently unknown.

“Their deaths have been classified as homicides, while their identities are being withheld pending notification of their family.

“Police are investigating,” the medium added.

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Morocco Get $2.9bn Credit Line Approval from IMF

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $2.97 billion Precautionary and Liquidity Line (PLL) to help Morocco face unexpected economic setbacks.



The IMF said in a statement that the new PLL arrangement “will provide insurance against external shocks and support the authorities’ efforts to further strengthen the economy’s resilience and promote higher and more inclusive growth”.

The two-year credit line signed on Monday is the fourth of its kind between Morocco and the IMF.

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In 2012 the IMF approved a $6.2 billion PLL for Morocco, then in 2014 the global finance body approved another worth $5 billion, and in 2016 another $3.5 billion was approved for Rabat.

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“Morocco’s economic growth remains strong in 2018 and is expected to accelerate in the medium term, provided that external conditions improve,” the IMF said. However, the outlook remains vulnerable to adverse external risks, including increased geopolitical risks and the volatility of global financial markets, it added.

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Lionel Messi wins record fifth Golden Shoe award

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Barcelona forward Lionel Messi says he “never imagined having so much success” after being presented with a record fifth European Golden Shoe award.




The Argentine scored 34 goals in 36 La Liga appearances in 2017-18, making him the highest goalscorer in Europe ahead of Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (32).

Messi’s latest Golden Shoe award moves him one ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, who has won four in total.

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“The truth is I had no idea this would happen when I started,” said Messi.

“I dreamt of playing professional football and enjoying success, I love the game, but I never imagined I would have so much.”

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Tottenham’s Harry Kane finished third in the rankings with 30 Premier League goals, while former Real Madrid forward Ronaldo – now at Juventus – ended the season with 26 goals in 27 league matches.

Messi currently leads Europe’s goalscoring charts once again, with 14 goals so far this term, as he targets a sixth Golden Shoe award.

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