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Doctor Creates Creepy Portable ‘suicide Machines’ With Detachable Coffins That Allow Owners To Kill Themselves Any Time, Anywhere

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A DOCTOR has designed a morbid portable “suicide machine” allowing those who want to end their lives to do so with ease.

The high tech euthanizing device is being touted by a “right to die” advocacy group.

Central European News An Australian doctor has designed a portable ‘suicide machine’ allowing people to take their lives at will

The Sarco capsule has been made with the sole intention of helping people commit suicide, painlessly and efficiently.

Inventor Dr. Philip Nitschke says:  “Sarco does not use any restricted drugs, or require any special expertise such as the insertion of an intravenous needle.”

The controversial founder and director of Exit International adds: “Anyone who can pass the entry test can enter the machine and legally end their life.”

The former physician assisted in four suicides in Australia in the late 1990s under the short-lived Rights of the Terminally Ill Act of 1995.

Central European News Dr Philip Nitschke. The inventor known as the “Australian Dr Death” has campaigned for the right to die for years

The Sarco comes in two parts: a reusable machine base and a capsule that can be detached and used as a coffin.

Both can be created on a 3D printer and assembled anywhere, according to LifeNews.com.

Its design will be free and open-source and placed in the Internet, its makers say.

Potential users must complete an online mental questionnaire in order to obtain a four-digit code that will open the capsule.

Once inside, the user closes the lid and waits for a lethal gas to be released dying, it is claimed, in just a matter of minutes.

The capsule can be removed for use as a coffin, and a new one can be created on a 3D printer, which can then be placed on top of the reusable base, according to Exit International.

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Mexican Oil Shake-up Likely If Frontrunner Wins Presidency Top Adviser

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MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s presidential frontrunner is not opposed to foreign investment in the country’s oil, a top adviser said, but his government would make dramatic changes to energy strategy, including a new focus on refining rather than crude exports.

In perhaps the most significant change envisioned by Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the favorite to win the July 1 election, Mexico would seek to end decades of exporting crude in three years, a lawmaker who Lopez Obrador has tapped to be his future energy minister said in an interview.

Instead, Mexico should turn its focus to producing value-added fuels, processing crude domestically to produce more gasoline and diesel at refineries owned by state oil company Pemex, Rocio Nahle told Reuters late on Wednesday.

Reporting by David Alire Garcia,

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Haiti Suspends Oxfam Gbs Operating Right Amid Misconduct Probe

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PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haiti has temporarily revoked Oxfam Great Britain’s right to operate in the Caribbean country after allegations of sexual misconduct by some of the charity’s staff there, Planning and External Cooperation Minister Aviol Fleurant said on Thursday.

The British aid organization has been rocked by allegations that staff, including a former Haiti country director, used prostitutes during a relief mission after a devastating earthquake hit the island nation in 2010.

Fleurant said the suspension was ordered due to “serious failings” by Oxfam Great Britain between 2010 and 2011, and that a definitive decision on its ability to operate in Haiti would be made in two months following a review of the evidence.

“If during the two month-long investigation I find out there is a link between the aid funds that Oxfam received on behalf of Haiti and the crime that has been committed, we will … declare Oxfam Great Britain persona non grata and they would have to leave the country without further delay,” Fleurant said.

Haiti’s Minister of Planning and External Cooperation Aviol Fleurant shows a document after a meeting with Oxfam International Regional Director for Latin America, Simon Ticehurst, and Oxfam Intermon Executive Affiliate Unit head, Margalida Massot, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez CasaresAlain Lemithe, a lawyer representing Oxfam Great Britain, called the decision to suspend the charity “hasty and political”, saying that it was not based on clear evidence of wrongdoing.

“For example, they accused the organization of sexual abuse and use of minors,” Lemithe said. “Those are very serious allegations which until now have never been proven.”

Slideshow (3 Images)In a separate statement, Fleurant accused Oxfam staff of committing acts of “sexual abuse” and exploitation.

The minister said Oxfam Great Britain had “deliberately omitted” to alert Haitian authorities about the alleged misconduct, thereby allowing perpetrators to escape justice.

Allegations of misconduct surfaced through media investigations and an internal Oxfam report. Fleurant said the revelations had besmirched the “honor and dignity” of Haiti’s people.

The suspension of the charity’s right to operate did not apply to Oxfam Canada, he said.

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Brit Newlywed Jon Udall Dies 12 Days After Grand Canyon Helicopter Crash That Killed Three Other Brits And Left His Bride ‘critical’

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A NEWLYWED has become the fourth Brit to die in a horrifying Grand Canyon helicopter crash.

Jon Udall has died 12 days after the shocking accident – his new wife, Ellie Milward, is still in a critical condition in hospital.

Jon Udall and his wife Ellie – the pair were on their honeymoon in America

The pair were on their honeymoon in Las Vegas when they took the helicopter tour.

Pictures of the happy couple celebrating their marriage just months before emerged in the days that followed.

Six passengers and a pilot were on board the Papillon Airways EC-130 when it crashed into the Arizona landmark.

A family friend wrote a heartbroken post confirming Jon’s death on a Just Giving page set up to help pay for their medical costs after the accident.

Jon had been in hospital for 12 days but died from his injuries

Jon and Ellie on their wedding day just months before the horrifying crash

AP:Associated Press A survivor was pitched miraculously walking away from the burning helicopter

He said: “It is with a very heavy heart that I must type this. Our Good friend Jon Udall has succumbed to his injuries.

“He was strong, brave and I will never forget him. I will update this page when possible.

“Ellie is critical and is continuing to fight.”

Stuart Hill, celebrating his 30th birthday, his girlfriend Becky Dobson, 27, and his brother Jason, 32, were killed.

Caters They were in America as part of their honeymoon after having got married months before

He had got married just months before the accident Three British tourists killed in a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon have been named by US police

Pals Jennifer Barham, 39, and honeymooning couple Ellie, 29, and Jon, 32, were fighting for their lives in hospital last night – tragically Jon has since died.

Witnesses described scenes of chaos after spotting the sight-seeing aircraft engulfed in flames approximately 600ft inside the ravine.

Jon was trapped in the wreckage for eight hours before being rescued after Ellie staggered free.

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