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Buried alive in wedding dress as family rush to save her

By Gabriel Cuevas The desperate family and heart broken newly-wed husband of pregnant 16 year old Neysi Perez, who had been declared dead, tore open her tomb and coffin when they heard banging and the girl screaming for help. Sledgehammers were used to break through the concrete tomb where Perez…


American Boxing Icon Roy Jones Jr Requests Russian Citizenship

By Ismail Arafat The day after American boxing icon Roy Jones Jr met with President Putin during his Crimea visit, and asked for Russian citizenship (in order to further his business, acting and music career), the 46-year-old champion has been placed on Ukrainian black list of “traitors”, “separatists” and “terrorists”…





Server Fire Costs Corporation Millions

Fire at The International Press & Media Group destroys years of digital archives stored on private servers. By Marius Vukov The main IT and server storage facility in East-London used by The International Press & Media Group was ravaged two weeks ago today by a fierce fire. After 14 days…


NASA captures the dark side of the moon for the first time

The Dark Side of the Moon NASA has released spectacular footage of the “dark side” of the moon – fully illuminated – as the Earth’s natural satellite was moving across the sunlit side of our planet. The unique shots were captured by the Deep Space Climate Observatory. Taken by the…


CA-LAW gets new chief executive

By Aneesa Ibrahim Global law firm CA-LAW gets new chief executive The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust. As such we need to raise £500’000…


South Pacific Games 2015 – 46 – 0 Football to watch!

By Brunno Dubois Football in a tropical paradise 2015 saw the 14th installment of the Pacific Games men’s football tournament, hosted by Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea became a football sensation between 3–17 July 2015 as the often exuberant, vibrant and never dull tournament took hold. The…


Anti-Government protests sweep the capital

• By Michael Rieves Following the re-election of the Conservative Party many Londoners saw it necessary to show their dissatisfaction immediately in the form of protests outside Downing Street. These protests have continued over the past weeks growing only in number and size as the police are accused of brutality…