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A Game Show In Japan Where Get Hand Jobs While They’re Singing Karaoke!

In Japan you’ll normally see stuff which you won’t find anywhere else. From fashion to manga to pop culture, Japan definitely stands out from the rest. This is a segment from a Japanese erotic variety show hosted by actor/comedian Yoshimi Tokui, challenging male contestants to make it through a karaoke …

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Two High-School Teachers Accused Of Having 9 Hour Threesome With A Teen Student.

Shelley Dufresne, 34-year-old was one of the teachers at Destrehan High School in Louisiana, who set up a Facebook account under the name Madison Mexicano. In the same high school Rachel Respess was the English teacher. Both the teachers are accused of having a threesome with a 16-year-old student. As …

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Qatar Ministry Urges Residents To Update Their Data To Use Free E-Gates

To use the e-gate facility at the airport, residents who have renewed their passport recently, must update their data through data devices at Hamad International Airport or at the General Directorate of Passports, said The Ministry of Interior (MoI) . On the official Arabic Twitter account the ministry tweeted that …

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13 Municipal Employees Has Been Jailed For Five-Year Term For QR5 Million Embezzlement

13 employees of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) five-year jail term has been upheld by The Court of Appeal for embezzlement of around QR5 million. As per the court order the municipal employees will be dismissed from their jobs and directed the first five defendants to refund the …

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CRA Warned Their Customers Not To Share Any Personal Info Because It Might Be A Scam

Never share your personal details if you receive a call or messages from unknown number. You, better be beware. The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has cautioned consumers not to share any personal information that could compromise their privacy if they receive a call from unknown persons. The move has been …

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Ministry Of Interior Passed An Official Statement That Runaway Worker Cases Must Be Reported In 14 Days

As per an official statement from the Ministry of Interior, employing runaway workers is illegal and companies and individuals must report within 14 days if any worker is missing or runs away. “All companies and individuals must report about runaway workers within 14 days, especially if the worker failed to …

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In Qatar Indian Schools To Restrict Enrolling Students From Other Nationalities

According to the school sources, as there are severe shortage of seats in Indian schools, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has allowed them to give preference to Indian students in admissions and stop enrolling students from other nationalities from the next academic year. The Private Schools Office at …

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Emir Attended The QF Convocation Which Marked The Graduation Of 765 Students

Yesterday, HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani attended the Qatar Foundation Convocation 2017, which marked the graduation of 765 students from the Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) and QF’s eight partner universities in the Education City. The graduates were from 19 undergraduate and 20 master’s programmes. HH the …

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Surprise Inspection Conducted By The Ministry On Street Vendors

A surprise inspection campaign has been conducted by The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) on peddlers and street vendors covering Doha Corniche, Al Wakrah and Al Daayan. The campaign aimed at ensuring the compliance of such retailers with the stipulations of Law No 5 of 2015 regarding commercial and …

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Fight Against Terrorism Is A ‘Shared International Responsibility’

The 5th joint Qatari-Saudi co-ordination council asserted that the fight against terrorism is a shared international responsibility that requires concerted efforts to confront it at all levels – security, intellectual, financial, media and military. This came in a joint statement released at the end of the 5th meeting of the …

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