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  • Calais crisis: Now British holidaymakers held up for 14 HOURS by rioting Roma gypsies

    Just last week a Eurostar train was delayed after migrants trespassed inside the Channel Tunnel. The operator confirmed at the time that two of its trains had experienced delays leaving Calais. The infuriating incident came just three days after a freight train travelling to the UK was forced to stop in the tunnel after a migrant was spotted riding on one of its wagons. q
  • India: Village elders who sentenced sisters to be raped as punishment face arrest

    Indian police are considering arresting the men who ordered that two sisters be raped to atone for their brother having a relationship with a married woman from a higher caste. The punishment was ordered by the council of a farming village of Sankrot, which is home to around 200 people in Uttar Pradesh and around 30 miles from New Delhi. India's Supreme Court ruled that the village councils, known as 'panchayats' are illegal.

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  • PSG's Cavani on target, Di Maria impressive in Monaco win

    It took him some time but when Paris St Germain's Edinson Cavani found his range he netted a second-half double to help snatch a 3-0 win at Monaco that extended the champions' perfect Ligue 1 start on Sunday. Uruguay striker Cavani was his usual wasteful self in the first half, missing a couple of chances, until he found the net in the 57th and 73rd minutes to put PSG on a maximum 12 points from four games. Ezequiel Lavezzi added a third seven minutes from time after being perfectly set up by fellow Argentine Angel Di Maria, who was impressive on his debut after joining PSG from Manchester United during the close season.

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  • MI6 spy Gareth Williams found dead in bag had 'hacked Clinton secrets'

    A MI6 spy who was discovered dead in a holdall at his apartment in 2010 had hacked into sensitive information about former US President Bill Clinton, it has been claimed. The spy had obtained Clinton's diary for an event and passed it to a friend. Gareth Williams, 31, hacked into the event's guest list as it was to be attended by President Clinton, passing it to his friend who was also to be a guest at the party, according to sources speaking on condition of anonymity to the Sun on Sunday.

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  • UK: Police search for woman who is missing after serious assault

    Freyah Standley, 25, was last seen near the Esso service station along King Street in Weymouth, Dorset, around 11.30pm on Saturday (29 August) night. According to witnesses she was hurt in an assault at the service station and suffered a head injury. Chief Inspector Ben Hargreaves, of Dorset Police, told Sky News: "We are very concerned for Freyah's welfare due to her possible serious head injury which very likely requires medical attention.

    International Business Times
  • Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards split: Singer 'smitten' with Indian Burberry model Neelam Gill

    Zayn Malik has moved on his love life after splitting with Perrie Edwards. The former One Direction star had recently called off his engagement with the Little Mix singer. Gill, who was Burberry's first ever Indian model, is planning to fly to Los Angeles to spend a few days with Malik.

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  • This Is Why Men Find Thin Women Attractive, According To Science

    Among other things, men seem to associate bigger women with old age

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  • Teenage girl missing for two days after leaving nightclub with men

    A teenager who disappeared after leaving an Edinburgh nightclub with two men has been missing for two days. Louise Davidson was last seen outside Espionage nightclub on Victoria Street at 4.30am on Tuesday. On Facebook, Louise’s friend Lesleyanne Haxton said: "[I’ve] not heard from Louise since Monday now, please if anyone hears from her let us know. Ms Haxton said her friend had been talking to the men in the nightclub.

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  • U.S., allies conduct 20 air strikes against Islamic State - U.S. military

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies conducted 20 air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on Saturday, the Combined Joint Task Force said in a statement on Sunday. In Syria, the seven attacks included one on three fighting positions near Al Hawl, a strike on an Islamic State facility near Ar Raqqah, and four strikes near Kobani on two tactical units, three excavators, five motorcycles, three structures, two guard shacks, two excavators and a vehicle. ...

  • French court recognizes woman’s allergy to Wi-Fi as disability

    A 39-year-old woman has been granted a disability allowance by a court in Toulouse, France due to her apparent allergy to Wi-Fi.

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  • 9 Movie Couples Who Hated Each Other In Real Life (9 photos)

    Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams – ‘The Notebook’ (2004) Theirs is one of contemporary cinema’s most celebrated romances, complete with that iconic scene of them smooching in the rain. Upsettingly for fans of 'The Notebook’, the relationship between Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams was stormy off screen too. Gosling allegedly asked director Nick Cassavetes to replace McAdams with another actress after shooting had begun, and Cassavetes recalls walking into a room to find the pair screaming at each other at the top of their voices. Of course, Ryan and Rachel went on to be one of the cutest couples in Hollywood, which just goes to show how accurate that terrible 'opposites attract’ romcom cliché can be. 

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  • Switzerland: Chinese tourists given special trains after locals complain about rudeness off piste

    Chinese tourists to a Swiss mountain resort are being invited to use separate trains following a spate of complaints by locals who were incensed and disgusted by their behaviour. The row is the latest example of Chinese tourists being condemned for their behaviour and being accused of being an embarrassment to their country. Almost half of all visitors to the scenic Swiss resort of Mount Rigi now come from China following a huge marketing campaign involving a six-year partnership with an organisation from the Chinese region of Mount Emei.

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  • U2's Bono now world's richest rock star after raking in £1bn from Facebook

    U2 singer Bono has overtaken former Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney to become the richest musician in the world – thanks to a canny investment he made in Facebook when the social media group was first taking off back in 2009. Bono invested £56m to acquire a 2.3% share in the company which according to reports is now worth some £940m. The bonanza means Bono has now earned more in the last six years from his canny business deals than he has amassed in his whole career in music, including almost 40 years as a singer U2.

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  • How to spot a psychopath through yawns, sense of smell and speech patterns

    Psychopathy – the absence of empathy or caring about other people – is characterised by a number of traits, such as being selfish, manipulative and having an antisocial lifestyle. There are a number of ways to spot a psychopath, such as lack of empathy, superficial charm and self-centered impulsivity. A study published earlier this month found psychopaths are immune to contagious yawning.

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  • Abused pitbull Khalessi gets new nose after her upper jaw was cut off by owners

    A pitbull from Florida, US, has been given a new nose after her upper jaw was cut off by her owners in a horrific case of animal abuse. Khalessi, named after the Game of Thrones character, was rescued by Passion 4 Pits after being found in an Orange County shelter facility.

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  • 'Invisible' drones that can find stealth jets could be added to Russian and Chinese arsenals

    Russia and China are in a race to develop new stealth drones that may render the expensive F-35 stealth fighter aircraft redundant, the aerospace website Flight Global reported on 26 August. According to the site, Russian electronic systems manufacturer Concern Radio Electronic Technologies (KRET), used the MAKS 2015 International Aviation and Space Show air show in Moscow to debut a model for their new unmanned air vehicle (UAV) that can detect stealth combat aircraft while remaining undetected itself.

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  • Russia stakes claim to the lost treasures in Poland's missing Nazi gold train

    The secret contents of the Nazi gold train located in Poland is fast becoming the centre stage of an international row even before any treasure has been retrieved. "Representatives of Russia should undoubtedly be involved in determining the value of the items discovered if the train is located," lawyer Mikhail Joffe told Sputnik News. "In this case, Poland is obliged to engage international experts to clarify what is in the cargo.

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  • Isis in Iraq: 'Iraqi Rambo' Abu Azrael filmed slicing Islamic State fighter with sword like 'kebab'

    Footage has emerged of the "Iraqi Rambo" Abu Azrael carving the flesh from the body of a charred Islamic State (Isis) fighter. Ayyub al-Rubaie, who goes by the nickname Abu Azrael – "Father of Azrael" – burned the man alive and hung his body from an electricity pylon in Baiji, northern Iraq, according to Al-Jazeera. In the video Azrael, who has been dubbed by the "Iraqi Rambo" because of his muscular physique and "ferocity on the battlefield", stands holding a sword by the blackened corpse of a suspected Isis militant.

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