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7-year-old Mikayla Capers is in fragile condition after she was stabbed 16 times in the elevator of her Brooklyn apartment building, a heartless crime that left her friend dead. She is said to be slowly recovering at home, while 27-year-old Daniel St. Hubert, who stabbed her, is being charged with the murder of her friend P.J. Avitto, as well as attacking Mikayla. Reports say that she is traumatized by the attack, and is currently being comforted by a teddy bear that sings “smile though your heart is aching.” [Daily Mail]

The chief executioner of the ISIS terror group has finally been revealed as Shakir Wahiyib. He is called the “Desert Lion” by his supporters, and has appeared on camera without covering his face, unlike many other commanders in the Islamist militant organization. Once held captive at an American detention camp, but released in 2009 before becoming the leader of the extremists march in Baghdad, a U.S. commander who recalls Wahiyib’s release and has revealed his chilling parting words: “I’ll see you on the block.” [Daily MailDaily Beast]

More than 1,000 people gathered this weekend for a march on the Brooklyn Bridge, protesting gun violence in the U.S. The demonstrators chanted the words, “Not one more,” which was inspired by the tragic shooting of Christopher Michaels-Martinez, who was gunned down by Elliot Rodgers. [Gawker]

A Texas hoarder was living on his roof due to the filth and clutter taking over the insides of his home. Neighbors of the man say that he has not only been sleeping on the roof of his home, but he’s been doing it for a full year now. Officials and neighbors have warned the man about the garbage outside of his home. He has been issued a warrant to clean up, since it is now a fire hazard to the neighborhood. [Daily Mail]

After much debate, Facebook has decided to allow breastfeeding photos to be posted onto their social network since the #FreeTheNipple campaign has received so much support and buzz. In the terms and agreements page for the site, when asked if they allow photos of mothers breast feeding, they answer, “Yes. We agree that breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we’re glad to know that it’s important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook. The vast majority of these photos are compliant with our policies.” [E! News]

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