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  • Jihadi John ‘abandons Isis in fear of his life’

    The Islamic State killer Jihadi John has reportedly fled the extremist group. Sources say he could end up meeting the same fate as his victims because Isis no longer have any use for him. Mohammed Emwazi – nicknamed Jihadi John – is believed to have left the terror group and gone on the run in Syria. The 26-year-old’s true identity was revealed earlier this year.

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  • No one could quite believe the misfortune of this guy on Brits Behind Bars

    ITV’s new eye-opening documentary Brits Behind Bars delved into the deep, dark stories of a handful of UK citizens who broke foreign laws and are now facing terrifying consequences – even death. One unlucky Brit, not quite behind bars yet facing the threat of imprisonment, was  Dan Macdonald, who was arrested after being found carrying 10kg of cannabis resin at an airport in Prague, Czech Republic.

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  • ‘French Kissing’ Creates Greater Risk of Head and Neck Cancer Than Smoking, Say Doctors

    Contracting Human papilloma virus (HPV) infections through kissing is now a larger risk than smoking for developing head or neck cancer. According to Australian head and neck surgeon, Dr Mahiban Thomas - Oral HPV makes head and neck cancer 250 times more likely with 70% of all US cases being caused by the virus. While HPV is normally linked with cervical cancer - it can infect both men and women.

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  • Man banned from sightseeing bus after stunt and now his life will never be the same

    This daredevil obviously wasn’t getting the adrenaline rush from sightseeing promised to him. Marie Chaplin, 44, caught the dangerous act as she followed the bus in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Eastbourne City Sightseeing chief AJ Harris said he was ‘horrified’ to see the risky manoeuvre captured on the A259 on Thursday last week.

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  • Vicky Pattison Slams Cheryl Fernandez-Versini Over Her Recent Weight Loss - Advises That Greggs Is The Answer

    In news that will probably make Cheryl Fernandez-Versini shrug and let out a nonchalant “Bothered, pet?”, Geordie Shore alumnus and self-appointed bastion of the nation’s morals Vicky Pattison has hit out at the X Factor star’s frame and told her to ‘get yourself to Greggs’. Vicky thinks Chez need’s to sort herself out, APPAZ. “Get yourself to Greggs for a pie or a stottie cake.

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  • Papa Does Preach! Salman Khan Apologizes For Yakub Menon Tweet After Salim Khan Intervenes (18 photos)

    Immediately after tweeting his support to Menon, the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ was heavily criticized by political parties like the Shiv Sena and the BJP. Not only this, it seems that even Salman’s father Salim Khan came down heavily on his son and stated that his son’s tweets on the issue are meaningless. Possibly cowed down by the backlash, Salman took to Twitter again to state, “I had tweeted that Tiger Memon should hang for his crimes and I stand by it.

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  • Jennifer Lopez - Is it time to cover up?

    Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 46th birthday at the weekend, wearing a daring little black dress with cut-out and see-through panels. Certainly no wallflower, J-Lo has always been proud of her enviable curves, and done her best to flaunt them at any given opportunity. Perhaps J-Lo’s most memorable dare-to-bare outfit was this sheer green slashed-to-the-navel Versace number which she wore to the Grammys 15 years ago.

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown Fell Asleep Ii a Tub One Day Before Her Mother's Death

    The official investigation into Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death is underway and the case is being treated as a homicide. However, new information has emerged that not only could make her death an accident, but also reveals some chilling similarities between bobby’s death and her mother Whitney Houston’s death 3 years earlier. 

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  • ‘Army angel’ saved my husband as van exploded

    Shannon and Sonny Forte had been driving along the M20 on their way to work when they heard a clicking noise from behind the steering wheel. Mrs Forte, 25, said: “Sonny was trying to open the bonnet to see if he could see where the smoke was coming from, and if he could extinguish the flames. The next thing she knew, a man in an Army uniform ran past her and took her husband – a 26-year-old carpenter – away from the van moments before it exploded. Mrs Forte, an administrative assistant, said: “Had the gentleman not intervened and made Sonny move away, I think Sonny would have been very seriously injured or even killed.

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  • Friendly match - Chelsea's Hazard scores remarkable goal in thrilling victory over Barcelona

    A remarkable first-half goal by Eden Hazard was the highlight of Chelsea’s thrilling encounter with Barcelona in an International Champions Cup friendly played at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. Chelsea won the match after a 4-2 penalty shoot-out victory with Loic Remy scoring the winning spot-kick following a 2-2 draw in 90 minutes. Luis Suarez equalised on 52 minutes and Sandro gave Barcelona the lead on 66 minutes before Gary Cahill bravely levelled the scores five minutes before the final whistle.

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  • Man accused in lion death says he thought hunt was legal

    A Minnesota dentist who went on a guided bow hunting trip for big game in Zimbabwe said that he had no idea the lion he killed was protected and that he relied on the expertise of his local guides to ensure the hunt was legal. Walter Palmer, who has a felony record in the U.S. related to shooting a black bear in Wisconsin, released a statement Tuesday after Zimbabwean authorities identified him as the American involved in the July hunt. "I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt," said Palmer, a dentist who lives in the Minneapolis suburb of Eden Prairie.

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  • Microsoft launches Windows 10: Here's what that means

    Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online. No one's expected to line up overnight for Windows 10, the way people did 20 years ago for Windows 95. Windows 10 is coming to PCs and tablets first, but it's also designed to run phones, game consoles and even holographic headsets.

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  • Helen Mirren and Liam Neeson and 10 other celebrity romances you had forgotten about

    Celebrity couples such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, and Kim Kardashian and Kanye West cannot fail to make headlines. But Dame Helen Mirren’s candid remarks about her ex Liam Neeson made us remember how quickly

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  • Dancing Dads: Corrie's Ryan Thomas and Emmerdale brother Adam perform hilarious routine at dance awards

    This is the hilarious moment when soap star brothers Ryan and Adam Thomas join a host of fellow dads to spring a surprise dance routine on their unsuspecting families. Coronation Street star Ryan, Emmerdale’s Adam and the “Dancin’ Dadz” crew have spent the past five weeks learning a spectacular surprise routine to perform at the ABCD Dance School summer ball in Altrincham. Adam’s fiancee Caroline Daly runs the ABCD Dance School in Altrincham with fellow dance instructor Andrea Brunton, whose husband Colin also took part in the routine.

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  • The UK is living off borrowed time - and money

    This kind of thing has long been common enough in central London, but not in the wilds of Brent for heaven’s sake. I cite this story not to criticise foreigners for buying up London property - that’s their affair - but to point out that it is precisely this sort of thing which is underpinning Britain’s economic recovery. It’s fair to say that it is not an entirely healthy state of affairs, never mind growing evidence that London property is being quite extensively used for money laundering purposes.

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  • British tourists 'charged more than the French' at Disneyland Paris

    Disneyland Paris is facing a pricing probe amid claims it charges British tourists more than its French customers, according to a report. The Financial Times (FT) said the theme park could face action by the European Commission, which has ordered French authorities to look into its pricing policy for visitors from different nations. Disneyland Paris said its promotions were based on school holiday periods in local markets and basic packages without promotional discounts were the same across all countries.

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  • Police ‘Covered Up’ Serial Killer Who Killed 18 People On London Underground

    An ex Scotland Yard detective has extraordinarily claimed that police covered up a serial killer who stalked and killed 18 people on the London Underground. The killer murdered his victims in the 1970s by pushing them onto the tracks and former policeman Geoff Platt has alleged that police deliberately kept the case from the public so as not to cause widespread panic. Mr Platt said that he listened to Kiernan Kelly confess his crimes to police first hand after he was picked up in 1984 for being drunk and disorderly.

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  • Meet The Sleek New Plane Of The Future

    The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands along with KLM has been looking into aircraft design as part of its AHEAD programme. As well as changing the design, AHEAD’s engineers have come up with a new type of jet engine.

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  • Getting a Job at Google Ain’t Easy - Check Out These Interview Questions

    How do you answer these questions? (Picture: Rex)Job interviews are never easy at the best of times but it seems Google doesn’t just ask you the usual questions but really make you think out of the box.It seems that for a job at the all-knowing tech giant

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  • Star pupil returns to see head retire

    A SUCCESSFUL ex-pupil returned to pay tribute to a special headteacher as he retired.

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