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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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#iraq #isis : The $2bn dollar Islamist militants

Kweeped from www.bbc.co.uk by seanw 98 days ago


When ISIS militants took over Mosul in Iraq, they marched into banks and looted a great deal of money and gold bullion.
Its new found wealth makes it the world’s richest terrorist organisation – as one analyst tweeted, their cash will "buy a whole lot of jihad".
Dr Peter Neumann is Professor of Security Studies at King's College London, and Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation. How much money do they have?

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Never-before seen shots of 17-year-old Prince are to be exhibited for the first time as part of a to

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Never-before seen shots of a 17-year-old Prince are to be exhibited for the first time as part of a touring display that will launch in Los Angeles later this month (Feb14).

Photographer Robert Whitman's shots from his three 1977 sessions with Prince, which really capture the artist as a young man on the verge of superstardom, have been locked away - until now.

Whitman, now in his 60s, was just starting out as a commercial photographer in his native Minneapolis, Minnesota when he got the call to shoot music producer Owen Husney's new local discovery for a pitch to record companies.

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Rape of Iraqi Women by US Forces as Weapon of War: Photos and Data Emerge

Kweeped from www.asiantribune.com by seanw 466 days ago


Division gang raped a 14 year old Iraqi girl and murdered her and her family —including a 5 year old child. An additional soldier was involved in the cover-up.

One of the killers, Steven Green, was found guilty on May 07, 2009 in the US District Court of Paducah and is now awaiting sentencing.

The leaked Public Affairs Guidance put the 101st media team into a "passive posture" — withholding information where possible. It conceals presence of both child victims, and describes the rape victim, who had just turned 14, as "a young woman".

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Pistorius: Pics of bloody murder scene emerge

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Pictures have emerged of the inside of athlete Oscar Pistorius's home, showing the bloody bathroom where his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, was shot.

Sky News on Friday broadcast the images showing the toilet that Steenkamp was apparently sitting on when Pistorius shot her, and the trail of blood from when he carried her downstairs to the front entrance of the house.

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#bostonmarathon State Police released infrared and conventional pics of the bombing suspect hiding i

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Massachusetts State Police released five images taken of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's hiding spot after he was discovered in a boat parked in a Watertown, Mass. backyard. The boat's owner was the first to find Tsnarnaev in the boat, calling police to report his discovery shortly thereafter.

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Robert and Beatriz Grant: Teacher and schoolgirl still going strong after 30 years together

Kweeped from www.dailymail.co.uk by seanw 708 days ago


Robert Grant was a 28-year-old English teacher in Spain when he fell in love with a 16-year-old schoolgirl, Beatriz, the daughter of a wealthy Spaniard. After they formed a relationship on a school trip, the pair went on the run across Europe and were pursued by detectives. But 30 years on, the married couple, who live in Dorset, have four children and are happier than ever.

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Did Romney Use a Cheat Sheet on Wednesday?

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How did Mitt Romney win the debate? Sure, it could be because his opponent was unprepared and listless. Or it could be because he had a cheat sheet with all the answers on it. Careful video analysis of Romney taking something out of his pocket has revealed, Daily Kos bloggers and others claim, a tiny piece of paper covered with answers.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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#israel can't be blamed for everything, apparently: French experts say Arafat wasn't poisoned

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Hollande ‘village idiot’ photo sparks censorship row after image is withdrawn | The Times

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President Hollande found himself at the centre of an embarrassing debate yesterday after Agence France-Presse (AFP), the French press agency, withdrew a photograph that left him looking like a village idiot.
Critics accused the agency, which depends largely on the French state for its financial equilibrium, of self-censorship in an attempt to avoid ruffling Mr Hollande’s feathers.

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Cleveland: An American Hero

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the crowning of Ramsey as a media celebrity and American hero, and the drama of the rescue might obscure the fact that this crime in a minority, poor neighborhood, with a high rate of abandoned and foreclosed homes couldn’t seem to get the attention of the authorities for 10 years.

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Elizabeth Escalona, 23, beat her daughter, dragged her across the floor and glued her hands to the w

Kweeped from www.dailymail.co.uk by seanw 708 days ago


A mother who glued her two-year-old daughter's hands to a wall and beat the toddler so badly that she fell into a coma was sentenced to 99 years in prison in Dallas today.
Elizabeth Escalona, 23, showed no emotion when the verdict was announced which was in stark contrast to yesterday when she openly wailed after a prosecutor asked her to count the bruises she inflicted on her daughter in a photograph taken after the September 2011 attack.

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Joe Biden and Paul Ryan face off in high-stakes debate

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Mr Biden, a Democrat, was aggressive, frequently interrupting his rival as he defended President Barack Obama.

Mr Ryan, a Republican Wisconsin congressman, was comparatively calm in his first debate on the national stage.

The head-to-head came as Democrats try to rejuvenate their campaign after what was widely seen as a poor debate performance by Mr Obama last week.

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Why you should stop pretending the ice bucket challenge is about anything other than yourself

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Our limited generosity is being wasted on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
In the name of charity, everyone from Taylor Swift to Tiger Woods, Bill Gates and Vin Diesel is pouring iced water over their heads and sharing it over the internet.
If you’ve managed to avoid the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, well done. If you haven’t then you can be proud of your lack of contribution to a cause that is sapping away at the world's limited goodwill.

It seems like David Beckham can sell anything, and his contribution to the Ice Bucket Challenge has been considerable, but he might not be able to cure amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, not even with the help of his fellow footballer Christiano Ronaldo. So it’s reassuring that neither of them are actually bothering to try.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Bit Giorgio Chiellini

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez bit an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez, who earned a 10-match ban in 2013 for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic, bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini late into Uruguay’s final group game. Suarez also earned a seven-match ban in 2010 for biting a player in the Eredivisie.

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#syria this incredible picture courtesy UNRWA humanitarian distribution, Yarmouk Camp, Damascus. 201

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Pistorius: Images Show Bloody Scene Of Killing

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The images show a panel missing from the toilet door - and two police markers below the handle which indicate bullet holes - low down.

It is likely the defence will argue this backs up the runner's claims that he was on his stumps and shooting - from low down - at what he thought was an intruder.

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Jeff Hanneman, guitarist and co-founder of Slayer, dies aged 49

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American guitarist Jeff Hanneman, a co-founder of the heavy metal band Slayer, died in southern California on Thursday, the band said in a statement posted on their website. He was 49.

"Hanneman was in an area hospital when he suffered liver failure," the band said.

The guitarist had been recovering from a spider bite which had left him with necrotising fasciitis, a flesh-eating disease which attacks subcutaneous tissue.

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US presidents photographed with guns - Barack Obama

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Barack Obama shoots clay targets at Camp David, Maryland in 2012.

The White House has released this image of Barack Obama firing a rifle at Camp David, two days before he is due to travel to Minnesota to discuss gun control. But from Theodore Roosevelt to George W Bush, pictures of US presidents with guns are not unusual

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OIL: United States could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest producer.

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U.S. oil output is surging so fast that the United States could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest producer.
Driven by high prices and new drilling methods, U.S. production of crude and other liquid hydrocarbons is on track to rise 7 percent this year to an average of 10.9 million barrels per day. This will be the fourth straight year of crude increases and the biggest single-year gain since 1951.
The boom has surprised even the experts.
"Five years ago, if I or anyone had predicted today's production growth, people would have thought we were crazy," says Jim Burkhard, head of oil markets research at IHS CERA, an energy consulting firm.
The Energy Department forecasts that U.S. production of crude and other liquid hydrocarbons, which includes biofuels, will average 11.4 million barrels per day next year. That would be a record for the U.S. and just below Saudi Arabia's output of 11.6 million barrels. Citibank forecasts U.S. production could reach 13 million to 15 million barrels per day by 2020, helping to make North America "the new Middle East."

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Kitten experiments: Cardiff University researchers sew up newborn kittens' eyes in taxpayer-funded

Kweeped from www.mirror.co.uk by seanw 708 days ago


Animal lovers across Britain were outraged today after it emerged scientists were sewing up kittens’ eyes for a shocking experiment.

More than 30 kittens were used in tests funded by taxpayers to find out how the brain responds to sensory deprivation.

All of them were put down after the study. Five had their eyes sewn closed for up to a week.

Twenty-six new-born kittens were raised in darkness for up to 12 weeks.

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More than words from the VP debate

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The vice presidential debate on Thursday night was full of facts and claims and sometimes tense exchanges about policy. But it was also full of outsized facial expressions from candidates Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, who reacted to one another's statements with a whole lot more than words.

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