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Pandolfino was shot five times including a shot to the heart and face

 - Local - Nov 10 SHARE ON:

Chris Pandolfino, 58, was foundto be shot five times in the lips, ears, chest, heart and stomach. 

Forensic expert Mario Scerri said two bullets had penetrated, while the others had just hit. When asked by civil lawyer Joe Giglio whether Pandolfino suffered when taking his last breaths, Dr. Scerri said that he could not preclude this, but added that the consequence of a shot to the head was the cause of his fast death. 

The only shot fired at 30-year-old was aimed at his face and was enough to cause instant death

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Joe Biden’s Dogs have their own Social Media Accounts

 - Celebrities - Nov 10 SHARE ON:

The dogs of Joe and Jill Biden are about to take over not only the White House, but social media, too. 

Twitter and Instagram accounts were launched by Champ and Big, both German shepherds, letting fans know that the couple is ready to explore 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Their first post read: “Hello America! Hello world! It’s us, Champ and Major. We are the Bidens’ family puppers and First Dogs Elect(s) of USA. We want to thank you all for your suppawrt by sharing our pawsidential adventures here! Woof! Woof!”

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Chrissy Teigen receives ashes of her late son Jack

 - Celebrities - Nov 10 SHARE ON:

In early October, after being diagnosed with a partial placenta abruption, the 34-year-old and her husband, John Legend sadly lost their baby boy, Jack 

Now, more than a month later, the star finally got the ashes of her son. She marked this by sharing a video of the box with her 33 million Instagram followers. 

“We just got baby Jack’s ashes back, so they’re here with a blessed, holy tie string for the time being.”

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2021 Wales GCSEs and A-levels have been cancelled

 - COVID-19 - Nov 10 SHARE ON:

Because of the continuing effects of the pandemic, Education Minister Kirsty Williams said it was difficult to guarantee a level’s to go on as usual 

To ensure continuity, head teachers will work on a “national strategy,” she said. 

Assessments will be carried out under the supervision of a professor and will begin in the second half of the spring term. They will be externally set and marked but delivered within the classroom.

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