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  • Well, that’s just swell! Man suffers severe reaction to mosquito bite - and loses his job for taking time off work

    Immediately after he was bitten, Mr Zhang had trouble opening his eyes, while the bite quickly began to ooze pus. Mr Zhang was bitten in the face while at work at a printing factory in China’s eastern Jiangsu Province. Mr Zhang recalled: 'I remember very clearly.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Jess Wright Is Left Feeling Like The Third Wheel With Brother Mark And Michelle Keegan

    There is nothing worse than being stuck on your lonesome while the people around you are going full-blown PDA in the snogging department, and Jess Wright is clearly no stranger to that awks third-wheel feeling. Sharing a snapshot of her brother, Mark Wright, and his new wife, Michelle Keegan, TOWIE girl Jess caught the duo demonstrating the very definition of ‘the honeymoon period’. Love birds Mark and Michelle tied the knot just two months ago in a very romantic ceremony, and with Jess acting as bridesmaid to her new sister-in-law, we have a feeling that she’s pretty much used to her brother’s loved up displays of affection.

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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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  • Cecil The Lion: US Dentist 'Regrets' Killing

    The US hunter who killed a prized lion in Zimbabwe has said he "deeply regrets" his actions and did not realise the animal was so revered. American dentist Walter Palmer, from Minnesota, allegedly paid park guides $50,000 (£32,000) to kill the lion, who was a hugely popular attraction at the Hwange National Park. The animal, named Cecil, was lured from a national park and shot with a crossbow, before being tracked for 40 hours and then shot with a rifle, according to Johnny Rodrigues, head of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force.

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  • Kim and Khloe Kardashian shown clashing with Caitlyn Jenner in I Am Cait preview

    Kim Kardashian has a tense conversation with Caitlyn Jenner in an extended preview of I Am Cait, accusing her of “bashing” her family while speaking publicly about her transition to living as a woman. Viewers will be able learn a lot more about how Kim and the Kardashian-Jenner clan are coping with Caitlyn’s new reality as the docu-series continues. “Khloe is upset,” Caitlyn admits in the episode.

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  • Microsoft's free Windows 10 giveaway: What that means

    Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software hopes that giving the upgrade away for free will help it carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online. Many people will also get Windows 10 as part of new PCs. 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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  • Dispatcher tells 911 caller, 'deal with it yourself'

    Matthew Sanchez was reassigned after officials became aware of the call, fire officials said on Monday. The call was made after Jaydon Chavez-Silver, 17, was shot in June as he watched other teens play cards at a friend's house in Albuquerque. In the recording obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, the panicked caller snaps at the dispatcher for repeatedly asking whether Chavez-Silver is breathing.

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  • Ancient Huts May Reveal Clues to Earth's Magnetic Pole Reversals

    The fiery demise of ancient huts in southern Africa 1,000 years ago left clues to understanding a bizarre weak spot in the Earth's magnetic field — and the role it plays in the magnetic poles' periodic reversals. Patches of ground where huts were burned down in southern Africa contain a key mineral that recorded the magnetic field at the time of each ritual burning. "It has long been thought reversals start at random locations, but our study suggests this may not be the case," John Tarduno, a geophysicist from the University of Rochester in New York and lead author of the paper, said in a statement.

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  • Bobby Brown 'completely numb' after death of daughter

    R&B singer Bobby Brown said Monday that his daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was "an angel" and that the family must find a way to honor her memory. Bobbi Kristina, the daughter of singer Whitney Houston, died Sunday in hospice care, six months after she was found face-down in a bathtub in her suburban Atlanta townhome. Bobbi Kristina had been hospitalized for months in Atlanta — eventually being placed in hospice care — after being found in a manner grimly similar to the way her megastar mother died three years earlier.

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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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  • Hrithik and sons at the movies (5 photos)

    Bollywood’s hot dad Hrithik Roshan took some time off from his shoot for his two sons Hrehaan and Hridaan. He was spotted with his sons and some of their friends on two separate nights after they had just finished watching a film.Hrithik is super busy

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  • Up to £1 million of Class A Drugs Found in Tesco Banana Box

    There must be a rather angry drug dealer somewhere missing at least £600,000 of Class A drugs which was stumbled across by supermarket worker in bananas containers in Tesco in Wokingham, Berkshire. Police officers estimated that each container was worth at least £150,000, and even more at street value. ‘He opened the box and saw the packets underneath the bananas.

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  • Meet Tonkey: The Shar Pei Puppy Who Looks Like A Teddy Bear

    How could deny treats to that face? (Picture: Caters)Forget grumpy cat, Tonkey the bear-faced shar pei puppy is breaking the internet with her cuddliness and glorious wrinkles.The fourth-month-old has now collected over 100,000 social media followers

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  • Drama and disaster strike Emmerdale! What's going to happen?

    Emmerdale is set to be rocked by a series of events, as the ITV soap’s summer season launches. Pete (Anthony Quinlan) and Debbie (Charley Webb) become Mr and Mrs, and it looks like Debbie has finally made up her mind following her love triangle with Pete’s brother Ross (Michael Parr). Just when newlywed Debbie thinks things are going swimmingly well with her and Pete, her new husband soon discovers her secret affair with his brother – at the wedding reception.

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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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  • Pakistani militant leader killed in police convoy attack

    One of Pakistan's most-feared Islamic militant leaders, believed to be behind the killing of scores of minority Shiites, was gunned down along with 13 other militants during an assault on a police convoy that was transporting him from prison on Wednesday. Malik Ishaq, who directed the operations of the Taliban- and al-Qaida-linked Lashkar-e-Jhangvi group, was so feared in Pakistan that frightened judges hid their faces from him and even offered him tea and cookies in court. Ishaq, believed to be either 55 or 56, operated freely for years in Pakistan as the country's intelligence services helped nurture Islamic militant groups in the 1980s and 1990s to maintain influence in Afghanistan and counter archrival India.

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