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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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  • Britain is becoming a friend who can't be trusted, says top US general - Telegraph

    His comments, moreover, came after President Barack Obama had taken issue with David Cameron when he visited the White House in January. For there are growing fears that cuts will jeopardise a central tenet of the post-Second World War transatlantic alliance – namely, that Britain can be counted upon to provide military hardware to US-led campaigns in defence of Western interests. Whether it is dealing with Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, or preventing Afghanistan from becoming a haven for Islamist terror groups, it has been a long-standing assumption of US military planning that Britain would deploy a combat force in excess of 10,000 men, as well as the fighter aircraft and naval vessels. During the 1991 Gulf War, for example, the famed 7th Armoured Brigade, or Desert Rats, took the lead role in the Army’s ground operations, which saw more than 50,000 British soldiers deployed to the region during the six-month campaign.

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  • 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.

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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.

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  • Shatner Defends Leonard Nimoy Funeral No-Show

    William Shatner has been under fire for saying he could not attend the funeral of Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy. The New York Daily News dubbed the actor, who played Captain Kirk in the cult sci-fi series, as "Captain Jerk" on Sunday for his no-show. Shatner said on Saturday he could not make the service because he already had plans to appear at a Red Cross ball in Florida. Shatner shared the image of the Daily News' front page on Twitter and invited people to "discuss it".

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  • No plane, many discoveries in yearlong search for Flight 370

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The yearlong search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has turned up no sign of the plane, but that doesn't mean it's been unproductive. It has yielded lessons and discoveries that could benefit millions, including coastal Australians, air and sea travelers and scientists trying to understand ancient changes to the earth's crust.

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  • 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.

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  • Kelly Osbourne And Giuliana Rancic Accused Of 'Ruining Joan Rivers' Legacy' After Race Row

    Kelly sensationally quit the show after Giuliana's controversial comments

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  • 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.

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

    Jessis overheard somebody talking about her in the supermarket

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  • Missing girls filmed at bus station

    New images of three teenage girls thought to have travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State (IS) terror group have emerged.

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

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

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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.

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

    She's accused Marnie of being with Ricky just to get a part on TOWIE...

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  • 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.

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  • 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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  • 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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  • Embarrassing TV gaffe sees Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain change appearance

    Sky Sports made a mistake as they unveiled the Arsenal team graphic as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took on a very different appearance to normal.

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  • Huawei Watch is a smarwatch that doesn't just resemble a tiny computer

    Many smartwatches have a tendency to look like a tiny computer on your wrist. The Chinese manufacturer announced its entry into the smartwatch market on Sunday at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. The Huawei Watch is an elegant circular watch that runs on Google's Android Wear software. The Huawei Watch will launch by mid-2015, likely in June.

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