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Horrifying moment TV presenter, 36, who has previously received death threats for reporting on corruption, is assassinated during a drive-by-shooting in Ecuador

A television host, who had denounced corruption in previous reports, was assassinated during a drive-by-shooting in Ecuador. Efraín Ruales, 36, was on his way home when he was executed in northern Guayaquil after finishing a Wednesday morning gym session with his girlfriend, Alejandra Jaramillo, who had returned to her own residence.   A video leaked on social media shows the driver of the Suzuki Gran Vitara speeding down the street next to Ruales' Ford Explorer before the shooter fired multiple shots.  The suspects then fled as Ruales' SUV continued on down the avenue before it came to a full stop in front of a school that is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Efraín Ruales, a tv presenter for Ecuavisa in Ecuador, executed Wednesday morning while he was returning home from a session at a local gym when a vehicle pulled up to him and a shooter opened fire. The 36-year-old in the past had spoken out against officials involved in scandals centered around the COVID-1

PICTURED: Terminally ill doctor who shot and killed pediatrician mother of-three during six-hour siege at her Texas clinic a week after he was denied job there

A terminally ill doctor who murdered a pediatrician in Texas has been pictured, as a vigil was held in Austin to celebrate the life of a mother-of-three who 'radiated light, love and joy'. Dr Katherine Lindley Dodson, 43, was shot and killed by Bharat Narumanchi on Tuesday at Children's Medical Group in Austin, Texas. A week before the shooting Narumanchi, who was licensed to practice medicine in Oklahoma, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Florida and California, where he most recently practiced, was turned down for a volunteer role at the clinic. Dodson was not believed to have met him at the time. Bharat Narumanchi , a terminally ill doctor, shot and killed Katherine Lindley Dodson on Tuesday Staff at the Children's Medical Group gathered to comfort each other on Wednesday Dodson's colleagues and patients paid tribute to her on Wednesday On Tuesday he showed up at the clinic with a pistol, a shotgun and two duffel bags at 4.30pm and took Dodson hostage along with four othe

New Jersey records its first death from UK 'Super COVID' variant after resident with 'no international travel history' succumbs to the virus

New Jersey has recorded its first death from the highly-contagious U.K. variant of COVID-19.  The unidentified resident succumbed to the virus on Wednesday, State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli confirmed at a press conference.  The victim had 'significant underlying health conditions' but had no international travel history. Their age was not released.  The UK variant of the coronavirus, known as B 1.1.7 and dubbed 'Super-COVID', is feared to be up to 70 percent more transmissible than the general coronavirus strain.  On Wednesday, six new cases of the Super-COVID were confirmed in New Jersey, with the ages of those testing positive ranging from 10 to 65. Only one has recently traveled overseas. The New Jersey Health Department did not disclose which country the person had traveled to.  There are now at least 329 confirmed cases of Super-COVID across the United States, including at least 92 in California and Florida respectively.  Initially, the mutation was sim

The 'paradise' in HELL: Unseen photos reveal inside of Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess' luxury villa with its beautiful garden hidden behind high walls to shield his family from horrors of Nazi death camp

It was the home referred to as a 'paradise' by its inhabitants, a villa surrounded by a walled garden and high trees. But it was where Nazi Rudolf Hoess lived with his wife and five children when he was the commander of Auschwitz-Birkenau - the concentration camp in which 1.2million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust. The home was on the corner of the camp. The trees and the garden wall deliberately obscured the view of the chimney of the crematoria, where the bodies of men, women and children who had been murdered in gas chamber were burnt to ashes. Now, astonishing photos - taken in 2007 but revealed for the first time - show the inside of the home, near the town of Oswiecim, in Poland, which was occupied by the Nazis during the Second World War. The images were taken by historian Ian Baxter, who - along with his friend Kevin Bowden - was given a private tour of the home by its then owner. They show how much of the property was still as it was in the 1940s, including the

False sex-pest claims led Rolling Stone Keith Richards' ex son-in-law to walk in front of a train, inquest hears

Dominic Jennings, pictured, struggled with addiction problems and mental health issue following his divorce from Angela Richards after 15 years of marriage Keith Richards' heartbroken ex son-in-law took his own life in July after social media campaign against him an inquest was told. Despite a police investigation finding nothing, Dominic Jennings, the former husband of Angela Richards, told family there was no coming back from false online allegations made against him. Twin sister Kirsty told the inquest her brother had made mistakes but he was tortured by the social media posts. He walked out in front of a train after phoning his father to say his life was over. Photographs of the 45-year-old, who married Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards' daughter Angela in a lavish £250,000 wedding in 1998, were then shared on social media and went viral. The pair were married for 15 years, with Mr Jennings suffering from addiction and mental health problems after the break up. In one no