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A Peruvian woman named Virgen Maria (Virgin Mary in English) Has given birth to her son, named Jesus, on Christmas. Her husband, a carpenter, is very pleased. She was not due to give birth yet, but went into early labor. She underwent a Caesarean operation, and Jesus was born. Her husband, though he shares the sane profession as him, is not called Joseph. His name is Adolfo Jorge Huaman. Baby Jesus was born on 25 December at the National Perinatal Institute in Lima and weighed 3.32kg.
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Patients in England will be able to comment on their GP’s performance on an NHS website, under government plans. They hope the website will raise standards through competition. Laurence Buckman, BMA commented “I think this has everything to do with consumerism and it has not been thought through well “. The scheme will follow the introduction of comments about hospitals on NHS Choices last April. A Department of Health spokesman said it was hoped patients would be able to submit details about doctors’ surgeries “by the end of this summer”. Ben Bradshaw (Depicted below) wants the website to spark an Amazon style revolution. He says “This will drive improvement. Services will not want their local communities to read negative feedback.”
Chicago police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a bank using a threatening note written on the back of his own pay cheque. Police say Thomas Infante gave a staff member a note saying, "Be Quick...Give your cash or I'll shoot".
He got $400 (£270), but left behind half of his note as he fled.
Detectives found the rest of the slip - complete with his name and home address - outside the bank's front doors.
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