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Gamer in the US sentenced to prison for ‘swatting’

A gamer in the US was sentenced to prison for 15 months for asking a friend to “swat” call another player after he got into an argument with him while playing “Call of Duty.” The police were given an incorrect address, leading to the death of an innocent man who had no involvement in the video game dispute. #Swatting #Videgames #Games

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pranked by 'Nikol Pashinyan'

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pranked by 'Nikol Pashinyan'

What is Bossaball: The best sport you’ve never heard of

What is Bossaball: The best sport you’ve never heard of

Buzkashi Polo: Equestrian sport with an Afghan twist

Buzkashi Polo: Equestrian sport with an Afghan twist

Formula E: Motorsport's future?

Formula E: Motorsport's future?

Who is Morocco's coach, Walid Regragui?

Who is Morocco's coach, Walid Regragui?

Children: the victims of PKK terror attacks

Children: the victims of PKK terror attacks

The decline of the French language: resisting a colonial history

The decline of the French language: resisting a colonial history

Greek police shoot another Roma boy, sparking protests

Greek police shoot another Roma boy, sparking protests

What is the Arakan Rohingya National Alliance and how will it help Rohingya Muslims?

What is the Arakan Rohingya National Alliance and how will it help Rohingya Muslims?

Video evidence contradicts Israel’s claims about Palestinian civilian killing

Video evidence contradicts Israel’s claims about Palestinian civilian killing

Argentina’s lucky charm

Argentina’s lucky charm

Explainer: What is ‘Farmgate’?

Explainer: What is ‘Farmgate’?

Stratcom Summit 2022 kicks off in Istanbul

Stratcom Summit 2022 kicks off in Istanbul

How Kazakh-Turkish relations are thriving

How Kazakh-Turkish relations are thriving

Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

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