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  • Bar Bomber: Germans 'Won't Sleep Peacefully'

    The Syrian man who blew himself up outside a bar in Ansbach vowed the people of Germany "won't be able to sleep peacefully anymore" in a video filmed before the attack. Investigators said the suicide bomber, known only as Mohammad D., had declared loyalty to Islamic State in the recording - and announced "a revenge act against Germans because they are standing in the way of Islam". The attacker had been denied asylum in Germany because he had already been accepted in Bulgaria, and immigration officials had ordered him to be deported there less than a fortnight ago.

    Sky News
  • Gas leak in City of London causes hundreds to be evacuated

    Police said there were no fatalities or injuries.

    SNAPPA News
  • Final funeral rites begin for Nigeria icon Stephen Keshi

    The burial rites of the passage of the late football legend will commence on Thursday as the continent continues to mourn his death last month

    Goal.com
  • Pinewood, home to James Bond, to be sold for 323 million pounds

    The owner of Britain's Pinewood Studios, home of the world's most famous fictional special agent James Bond, is set to be sold to a real estate fund for 323 million pound, it said on Thursday. Synonymous for many Britons with the heyday of British cinema, Pinewood's first four studios were built in the 1930s at its site west of London and the company has since grown with facilities in the United States, Canada, Malaysia and the Dominican Republic The 007 stage at Pinewood, one of the largest in Europe, was first built for the 1976 Bond movie "The Spy Who Loved Me" and has been used by numerous films since including "The Da Vinci Code" and "Lara Croft Tomb Raider".

    Reuters
  • With Auschwitz visit, pope faces complex Polish-Jewish story

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Two Holocaust survivors took to a stage at the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto this week to perform lively prewar tunes — the 91-year-old played drums and the 88-year-old was on accordion, keyboard and vocals. In the audience several elderly Christian Poles who saved Jews during the Holocaust swayed and tapped their feet to songs in Yiddish, Hebrew and Polish.

    Associated Press
  • Watch this Shetland pony make an unexpected visit to his local pub

    Perhaps he was really keen for some cider?

    SNAPPA Animals
  • Adam Thomas 'Lined Up For I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!'

    Adam Thomas is reportedly being lined-up to join this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! The Emmerdale actor is thought to be heading to the Australian outback later this year as ITV bosses are desperate to get him on the next series of the jungle-based show in order to provide viewers with “eye candy”, according to the Daily Mirror. The heartthrob - who is known for playing farm boy Adam Barton in Emmerdale - will reportedly rub shoulders with the likes of Ukip leader Nigel Farage, Spencer Matthews and TOWIE’s James ‘Arg’ Argent if he agrees to head Down Under for the forthcoming series.

    James Leyfield
  • Brexit impact on house prices is uncertain, Nationwide says

    The Brexit effect on the housing market may take months to become clear, the Nationwide says as it reports a slight rise in UK house prices in July.

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  • Lamar Odom's Kids Upset With Their Father's Up & Down Addiction Recovery

    Lamar Odom has been up and down when it comes to his recovery process, and his family is not happy about it. Specifically, the former NBA star’s kids are upset about their father’s struggle with addiction.

    HollyScoop
  • Premier League - Man Utd in final stages of world record Pogba deal - multiple reports

    Manchester United have moved agonisingly close to the world record signing of Paul Pogba after it emerged that they have started drawing up legal documents.

    Eurosport
  • Brexit shockwaves hit British jobs, banks, automobiles

    By Giles Elgood and Costas Pitas LONDON (Reuters) - Shockwaves from Britain's vote to leave the European Union rocked the economy on Thursday, with thousands of jobs lost at one of the country's biggest banks, big extra costs for Ford, and consumer confidence plunging. Preparing for a Brexit-related slowdown, Lloyds Banking Group said it would cut a further 3,000 jobs. One of Britain's biggest car dealerships, Inchcape, predicted growth in new car registrations would fall.

    Reuters
  • Muslim gang storm nudist pool in Germany threating to 'exterminate' women and 'infidels'

    A gang of Muslim men stormed into a German swimming pool yelling "Allahu Akbar" as they warned a group of nudist swimmers they would be "exterminated". The six men hurled abuse at the women and children in Arabic and German, calling them "sluts" for bathing in the nude at the pool in the town of Geldern in the North Rhine-Westphalia region. A member of pool staff, Lisa-Marie Theunissen, said she asked the men to be quiet after her customers had complained.

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  • Trump edges ahead of Clinton in U.S. presidential race - Reuters/Ipsos poll

    By Chris Kahn NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump posted a two-point lead over his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday, the first time he has been ahead since early May. Trump's gains came as he accepted his party's nomination to the Nov. 8 ballot at the four-day Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week, and as Clinton's nomination in Philadelphia this week was marred by party divisions and the resignation of a top party official. The July 22-26 poll found that 39 percent of likely voters supported Trump, 37 percent supported Clinton and 24 percent would vote for neither. The poll had a credibility interval of 4 percentage points, meaning that the two candidates should be considered about even in support.

    Reuters
  • May reassures Poles living in UK that they are welcome

    British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to reassure Poles living in Britain that they are welcome despite increased reports of abuse in the wake of the country's vote to leave the European Union. "I want to be clear that Poles living in the UK continue to be welcome, we value the contribution they make to our country," she said on Thursday following a meeting with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo in Warsaw. There are about 790,000 Poles living in Britain according to official figures from 2014, the second-largest overseas-born population in the country after those from India.

    Reuters
  • Patient Day proves practice overrated

    By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Jason Day, playing after just one day of practice at Baltusrol, kept it simple in Thursday's first round of the PGA Championship, hitting fairways and greens and sinking enough putts to join the hunt. World number one and defending champion Day, who found 17 greens in regulation, shot a two-under-par 68 and said the time away from the course might have been a blessing. "I'm glad I took Monday, Tuesday off, even though I'm a little bit under the weather," said Day, who sneezed his way through another hot day at Baltusrol.

    Reuters
  • These Pictures of the California Sand Fire Look Like Mordor (13 photos)

    The "Sand Fire" has now burned more than 35,000 acres of California.​ From Popular Mechanics

    Popular Mechanics
  • Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release

    WASHINGTON (AP) — John Hinckley Jr. shot four people outside a Washington hotel on March 30, 1981, but two of his victims understandably got most of the attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady.

    Associated Press
  • Syrian refugee arrested after 'hacking pregnant woman to death with machete in Germany'

    A Syrian refugee has been arrested after allegedly hacking a pregnant woman to death with a machete in Germany. The 21-year-old, who is also said to have injured a man and a woman in Sunday's attack in the city of Reutlingen, was detained at the scene. It was not immediately clear if the suspect had any personal link to the victims but some reports said the dead woman may have been a colleague.

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  • Vauxhall Zafira B warning: This Morning reveals why your family car could be a DEATHTRAP

    A terrifying series of potentially deadly fires have started spontaneously in Vauxhall Zafira B cars. As a result, Vauxhall recalled some 135,000 vehicles in December 2015 and made modifications to the design to prevent future fires. But there have since been a further 20 fires in the newly modified vehicles, prompting a second recall to start in August. There were 234,938 models of the car sold between 2005 and 2014 and experts say all of them could be a potential risk. Alice Beer told Ruth and Eamonn Holmes on This Morning that all owners of the car model should contact their dealer IMMEDIATELY to get their car recalled. She said: “Mothers are driving in these cars with children. It is not

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  • Unmarked police motorbikes to patrol accident blackspots

    Officers will clamp down on dangerous motorcycling in the Borders by using a new unmarked police motorbike. It is hoped the action will help encourage bikers to stay safe on the rural roads, where nine motorcyclists have already been killed this summer. The vehicle, which is fitted with digital recording facilities, will patrol the A68, A702, A7 and A697 this weekend. Inspector Roddy MacMillan, trunk roads inspector for the east of Scotland, said several other bikers have been seriously injured this year. He said: "The consequences of driving or riding dangerously can be devastating for the families, if someone is killed or seriously injured as a result. "It is my officers who knock on the doors

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