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  • Family argument in wildlife park leaves woman dead after she leaves car...and gets eaten by tiger

    There was no mention of the incident on the park's web page or social media account. A post on its microblog said that it was closed due to heavy rains. The park has had at least one previous tiger attack, Sohu said, noting that a security guard was mauled to death in August 2014. Saturday, Chinanews.com reported, when one of the women left the vehicle following an altercation. A tiger quickly attacked her and dragged her off, prompting the second woman to leave the vehicle in an attempt to help, it wrote on its microblog account. Another tiger mauled her to death, before carrying off her body. The two women were accompanied by a man - who aided the rescue attempt - and a small child, who were

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  • Tory MPs react with fury as EU leaders consider UK 'emergency brake' on free movement

    "The rest of the EU is missing the point. There should  be no negotiation over taking back control of these important matters.  "When the Conservatives lost the 2005 election – partly based on Labour’s lie of no more boom and bust – we did not try to overturn the election result, take them to court, or demand a re-run! We accepted the verdict of the UK voters." Bill Cash, the Conservative MP for Stone, told The Independent that Britain cannot remain inside the market, stating: “If you’re out, you’re out."

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  • David Beckham Reveals How 'Worried' He Was for Man Utd When Jurgen Klopp Joined Liverpool

    Manchester United and England legend David Beckham has revealed he was concerned at the prospects of a rejuvenated Liverpool when Jurgen Klopp took over last year, the Mirror reports. The charismatic coach joined the Reds last October following Brendan Rodgers' sacking after building a formidable and successful reputation at Borussia Dortmund.   Klopp, 49, steered Liverpool to a disappointing eighth-placed finish but his full-throttle football managed to see his new side compete in the Captial...

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  • Fraud: eBay buyer lied about Louis Vuitton bag and sent back fake 

    As a first-time mother, I need extra money – I no longer work as I take care of our baby. I put several bags and some unwanted items from around the house up for sale on eBay and this went well.  Then I listed a Louis Vuitton Trouville bag for £450 with best offer accepted. Complying with eBay’s listing policy, I took photos of every angle of the bag, showing that it was in excellent condition. The zip ran smoothly and there was no damage to the canvas. I included a detailed description on the details page. A buyer made an offer of £330, which I accepted because I needed the money to pay the bills for that week.  They wanted to pay through PayPal outside eBay. I didn’t agree to this as I thought

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  • One dead, 10 injured in explosion near Nuremberg, Germany - police

    One person was killed and 10 were injured in an explosion that occurred late on Sunday in Ansbach, near the German city of Nuremberg, a police spokesman said. A spokesman for the Bavarian Interior Ministry said it was unclear if the blast was accidental or intentional. Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann was being briefed about the incident, the spokesman said.

    Reuters
  • Britain just got its first concrete sign that Brexit will destroy the economy

    Britain just got its first concrete sign that the British exit from the European Union, or Brexit, will crush the nation's economy after a grim set of PMI data released by Markit on Friday morning showed a "dramatic deterioration" in the economy since the UK voted to leave the EU. Markit's flash PMI readings for the UK's economy showed that composite output fell to its lowest level since March 2009, during the tail end of the global financial crisis. The PMI, or purchasing managers index, figures from Markit are given as a number between 0 and 100.

    Business Insider UK Finance
  • Man kills woman with machete in Germany, is arrested

    BERLIN (AP) — A Syrian man killed a woman with a machete and wounded two others Sunday outside a bus station in the southwestern German city of Reutlingen before being arrested. Police said there were no indications pointing to terrorism.

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  • A bank ATM scam is sweeping the nation here’s how to avoid it

    A bank ATM scam is sweeping the nation here’s how to avoid it

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  • Nicole Scherzinger SIZZLES as she twerks in bikini

    Nicole Scherzinger's been showing off her killer moves in Ibiza:

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  • Big Brother's latest twist divides fans on social media

    Voting for the winner will be suspended on Sunday afternoon in a devious twist.

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  • Critics: Trump speech signals shift to coded race language

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — During the primaries, Donald Trump threw red-meat rhetoric to supporters, pledging to build a wall on the Mexico border and to ban Muslim immigrants. He even told at least one crowd that he wanted to punch a demonstrator who disrupted an event.

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  • I’m 74 and don’t need fibre broadband but TalkTalk charged me £268 to cancel

    I’m 74 and don’t need fibre broadband but TalkTalk charged me £268 to cancel

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  • 8 Premier League Football Players Who Retired Way Too Young (8 photos)

    Most outfield football players can expect a career lasting until at least the age of 35 if they want, but some players decide to call it a day before they have even gone past their prime. These are eight players that quit the game early for various different reasons. Michael Johnson Dean Ashton Eric Cantona Fabrice Muamba David Bentley Owen Hargreaves Jack Collison Ledley King ​When Michael Johnson burst onto the scene for Manchester City in 2007, the club thought that they had a homegrown...

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  • Saudi billionaire dies weeks after model ex-wife granted £75 million in divorce settlement

    If Dr Juffali had died before proceedings had been concluded, Ms Estrada’s three-year battle to claim the cash would have failed. However, the settlement is now legally binding. High Court Family Division judge Mrs Justice Roberts had ordered the sum to be paid by 4pm on July 29 but this is likely be delayed while Dr Juffali’s affairs are put in order. American-born Ms Estrada was said to be “devastated” at news of her former husband’s death. She and Dr Juffali, who was chairman of Saudi Arabia's EA Juffali and Brothers, met in 2000 and married soon afterwards. Dr Juffali then decided to take another wife, a 25-year-old Lebanese model, and divorced Ms Estrada under Islamic law without her knowledge.

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  • Calvin Harris Throws Shade At Taylor Swift After Her Spat With Kim Kardashian

    Taylor Swift’s PR-week-from-hell continued last night as her ex boyfriend Calvin Harris took to social media to chuck some (more) shade at his former love. The Scottish DJ arguably kicked off Taylor’s downfall last week when he had enough of her people trying to badmouth him in the press after she allegedly cheated on him with Tom Hiddleston whilst he was in hospital following a car crash. Taking to Twitter, Calv warned his ex that he refused to let her “bury” him like she tried to “bury” Katy Perry last year.

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  • Cars are breaking down at record rates, and here’s why

    Despite advances in automotive technology, roadside service calls to AAA were higher than ever last year. The causes were often new tech and new design. Flat tires, dead batteries, and empty gas tanks were the most common.

    Digital Trends
  • Scientists capture rare images of wolverine in Sierra Nevada

    Scientists following up on a rare wolverine sighting in the Sierra Nevada set up cameras and captured video of the animal scurrying in the snow, scaling a tree and chewing on bait. They believe the wolverine ...

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  • Kmart workers believe all the stores are going to be imminently shut down

    Kmart employees believe the company is nearing bankruptcy and is in the process of shutting down all its stores. Store-level employees who spoke to Business Insider said many of the remaining 941 Kmart stores now appear to be in the midst of liquidation. The phases have also triggered stock-room purges, meaning all merchandise in the stock rooms must be moved to the sales floor.

    Business Insider UK
  • Cameron made last-ditch pre-vote appeal to Merkel over immigration - BBC

    Days before Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, former Prime Minister David Cameron made an appeal to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for limits on the free movement of people, the BBC reported on Saturday. Britons voted on June 23 to exit the EU, with the issue of immigration and control of the free movement of people from the bloc a key campaigning issue for the "Leave" camp. As polls indicated immigration concerns were swaying the public towards supporting Brexit, the BBC said Cameron, who quit after the EU result, telephoned Merkel to ask if she was willing to issue a statement with other EU leaders agreeing to make concessions on free movement if Britain voted to stay.

    Reuters