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  • ISIS release shocking footage of the moment a 'gay' man was thrown to his death

    ISIS have released a new set of shocking photographs showing the moment a gay man was thrown from a roof before being stoned to death. The reprehensible murder was carried out in the Islamic State capital of Raqqa in Syria, after the man faced a ‘trial’ in an Islamic State court. In the original video of the man’s death, a bearded militant can be seen holding a megaphone, and announces the man’s death sentence, before denouncing him as ‘the child of Lot’, a reference to teachings in both the Qur’an and the Bible about the apparent ‘sinfulness’ of homosexuality.

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  • A Word from the Editor: Britain has to come out of the multi-cultural inclusiveness trance

    Whenever any member of the Labour Party utters even a bat’s-squeak of a comment about alleged Conservative failures on immigration, the pint-sized Speaker, John Bercow, should be invited to beat both containers with a large stick to remind said member of their utter hypocrisy. The Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, wife of Blair Years bully-boy Ed Balls, was at it again last week, claiming that David Cameron’s immigration promise was in “tatters”, after the revelation that a whopping 624,000 newcomers arrived in the country last year. q
  • EXCLUSIVE: Jihadi John exposed by web error: Killer downloaded software using student ID

    Mohammed Emwazi, 26, now the world’s most-wanted man after beheading British and US hostages, had been on a shortlist of suspects. Instead of buying the software with a credit card, he used a student code from London’s Westminster University when he studied computer technology. The number contained unique information which gave his date of birth, what he studied, and where, and information on his student loan. An intelligence source said last night: "In today’s electronic age of social media and technology, we chase the digital footprint before we chase the person. q
  • Kelly Osbourne And Giuliana Rancic Accused Of 'Ruining Joan Rivers' Legacy' After Race Row

    Kelly sensationally quit the show after Giuliana's controversial comments

  • Man And Girl, 4, Found Dead In Notting Hill

    A woman in her 30s has been arrested in connection with the deaths of a man and four-year-old girl, whose bodies were discovered in a west London flat. Police said they were called to an address in Colville Square, Notting Hill, on Friday evening after concerns were raised about the welfare of its occupants. The Metropolitan Police's Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC) is investigating the deaths, which are being treated as unexplained.

    Sky News
  • UK's first 'anti-Islamisation' rally dwarfed by counter-demo

    An estimated 375 people turned out for the Germany-based PEGIDA movement's first demonstration in Britain on Saturday, but were outnumbered by a 2,000-strong crowd of counter-protesters, police said. PEGIDA has drawn large crowds in Germany to protest against what it calls the "Islamisation" of Europe, and small demonstrations have also taken place in Austria and Sweden. Police in the city of Newcastle, northeast England, said five men were arrested "for isolated incidents" but insisted both the PEGIDA march and the Newcastle Unites protest passed off smoothly.

  • Jessie J Publicly Slams 'Entertaining' Fan She Overheard 'Talking Mean' About Her In Supermarket

    Jessis overheard somebody talking about her in the supermarket

  • Jacqueline Jossa Ignores Dan Osborne Domestic Abuse Claims As His Dad Denies Them

    Jacqueline hasn't got the time to worry about he gossip

  • Why Iceland banned beer

    A century ago, Iceland introduced full prohibition. Within a decade, red wine had been legalised, followed by spirits in the 1930s. But beer remained off-limits until 1989. Why?

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  • MWC 2015: Samsung Galaxy S6 ditches the plastic, goes super high-re

    The wait is finally over and the Samsung Galaxy S6 is here. And it's the most beautiful Galaxy phone yet.  What’s different? The Galaxy-staple plastic is gone, replaced with metal on the sides and glass on the back. So while it might look a bit like the Galaxy S5, it sure doesn’t feel like that phone. With this shift comes an Apple-like unibody design and a sadly also-Apple-like approach to storage. There’s no memory card slot any more, but you do get to choose between 32GB, 64GB and 128GB Galaxy S6 models. q
  • Hi-tech thieves steal 14 luxury cars by reprogramming keyless ignition systems

    LUXURY cars are being stolen by hi-tech thieves who reprogramme the vehicles’ keyless ignition systems. Fourteen Land Rovers and Range Rovers, some worth £40,000, have been taken across East Lancashire in the past month.

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  • The Instagram pic that's making us love Demi Lovato even more

    Heart Attack singer Demi Lovato has got an extra special place in our hearts after sharing a gorgeous picture on Instagram along with a motivational quote. Demi, who has previously spoken of her own issues with bulimia, tagged the picture with fitness, health, acceptance and self-love.

  • Becky family 'prepared for worst'

    The family of missing teenager Rebecca Watts say they are "prepared for the worst" as searches for the quiet 16-year-old continue. Avon and Somerset Police this afternoon arrested two people in connection with the disappearance of the youngster, also known as Becky. It came after more than 100 people gathered to conduct their own search of land in the Fishponds area of Bristol near where Becky lived, during which part of a laptop was discovered and handed to murder probe detectives.

    Press Association
  • The Friends Cast Is Still Making Millions A Decade Later

    It's been nearly 11 years since fan-favorite Friends went off the air, but the lives of Ross, Rachel, Joey, Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe seem to be more relevant than ever. Thanks to the wonders of syndication, the gang is still ridiculously popular. Like really, really popular. Warner Bros.

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  • Asian firms challenge Apple with snazzy new smartphones

    Samsung Electronics President and CEO JK Shin presents the Samsung Galaxy S6 during the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on March 1, 2015

  • ISIS’s Next Crusade

    The last time the Islamic State (ISIS) aimed its grisly propaganda machine at Italy, Rome responded with a collective shrug. “There is no particular concern in the Vatican,” Reverend Federico Lombardi S.J. told the Catholic News Agency. Authorities in Rome seemed equally unconcerned. Today, the Italian government is taking the threat from the caliphate much more seriously—and perhaps with good reason.

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  • Tributes pour in for 'Star Trek' legend Leonard Nimoy

    President Barack Obama joined Leonard Nimoy's co-stars from "Star Trek" to bid adieu to the actor who delighted sci-fi fans worldwide with his iconic turn as the pointy-eared half-human, half-Vulcan Mr Spock in the "Star Trek" television series and films.

  • Vicky Pattison SLAMS Ricky Rayment's Relationship With Marnie: "I Can't Gauge How Genuine It Is"

    This week, everyone's favourite Geordie Shore-er (soz Gaz, we still 'would') has been speaking her mind about new 'hot' structured reality TV couple Ricky Rayment and Marnie Simpson. None-other than TOWIE's own Jessica Wright, who split with the formerly hirsute Ricky last year. Ricky and Marnie have been an apparent item for several weeks now, and Vick thinks that the reason Marnie's with Ricky is to get a part on the Essex reality show – which Vicky thinks will make Jess WELL JEL.

  • Boy, 15, Stabbed To Death While Cycling

    A 15-year-old boy has died after suffering a single stab wound while cycling in north London. Police were called just after 7.30pm on Friday to reports of a male collapsed in Caledonian Road, near the junction with Twyford Street, Islington. Officers and paramedics from the London Ambulance Service attended but the boy was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Sky News
  • Myanmar captures rare white elephant in western jungles

    YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar's forestry department has captured a rare white elephant in the jungles of the country's western Ayeyarwaddy region, an official said Sunday.

    Associated Press