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Syrian Refugee Tripped by Camerawoman Gets Football Job in Spain

The future is finally starting to look bright for Mohsen and his family.


A few days after the video of a camerawoman kicking a refugee in a field near the Hungarian border went viral, the man and the child in the said video finally have a new life ahead of them.

Osama Abdul  Mohsen, who was seen in the video as the man who was sent sprawling to the ground with his child, was given a job  and a place to live in in Spain. This offer came from Miguel Galan, president of Spanish football academy CENAFE, who felt for Mohsen and his son and went on a quest to find the refugee.

Osama Abdul Mohsen was first seen in a controversial video being tripped by a Hungarian camerawoman.


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Miguel Galan, president of CENAFE, sympathized with Mohsen and decided to offer him a job and a new life in Spain.


They found Mohsen in Germany, watching a Champions’ League game on TV.

We’re giving him a hand as a humanitarian gesture. Later we’ll look for something. He’s interested in our school. The first thing is to get him settled,” said Luis Pedraza of CENAFE.

According to Mohsen, it’s a dream for him to be in Spain.


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The football academy has pledged to help Mohsen, Zaid, and other family members in their application for asylum. Furthermore, the school will also financially support the family until they can finally stand on their own feet.

The future is finally starting to look bright for Mohsen and his family.


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Chinese Netizens Shocked To See This Unbelievably Clean “Flood Waters” in Japan

Chinese netizens surprised by the clean flood waters of this Japanese subway.

Thousands of netizens in China were taken by surprise with the latest viral images that have been making the rounds on the interwebs lately.

If the photos are to be believed, it goes to show that flood waters in Japan are so clean they apparently look clearer than a swimming pool.

According to sources, the pictures were taken on the subway of Hamamatsu, an eastern city in Japan. The flood was caused by Etau, a storm that struck the area. However, it wasn’t Etau that caught the attention of people but the crystal clear flood water seen in the photos below.

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Fake Rice Made of Tiny Rolls of Paper Found in Guangdong Province, China

Fake rice made of paper are mixed with regular rice to deceive consumers.

It was not too long ago when millions of Asian rice consumers were appalled when they learned that the Chinese had been selling fake rice made of plastic. Now, in yet another disturbing report, a patron from Guangdong Province named Cai, discovered a different type of fake rice. This time, she discovered white, tiny pieces of paper mixed with real rice.

Unfortunately, Cai and her family were halfway through their meal when they happened to bite on some odd, hard pieces. She took out what was on her mouth and inspected a grain. Much to her disbelief and horror, she allegedly unrolled it and found out it was a piece of paper.


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According to Zuckerberg, Facebook Will Be Rolling Out The Dislike Button Soon

According to Mark Zuckerberg himself, Facebook will be launching the much-awaited dislike button soon!

Facebook users, rejoice! The long-awaited dislike button will finally be upon us.

Now you can easily express your true feelings whenever you see those annoying selfies, racy pictures, corny jokes, and those users who have a knack for tagging you on a ton of photos and posts that are totally unrelated to you. Pretty exciting, right?

Well actually, no. That’s not exactly how it works.

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