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EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p
EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p

EasyJet (Other OTC: EJTTF - news) founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has launched a foray into the discount grocery market with a new store selling a range of foods for just 25p. The brand has expanded to easyCar, easyHotel, easyGym and easyProperty.

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    A plucky little spider has once again proved that size doesn't matter by taking on -- and beating -- a much larger venomous snake, in a very Australian telling of the story of David and Goliath.

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  • Adam Johnson: Girl Had 'Enormous Crush On Him'

    England footballer Adam Johnson "abused his revered position in society" when he had sexual contact with a 15-year-old fan who had an "enormous crush on him", a court has heard. The 28-year-old is accused of two counts of sexual activity with a child - a girl who "idolised" her favourite Sunderland player - between December 2014 and February last year. Jurors at Bradford Crown Court heard the girl contacted Johnson on Facebook.

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  • Murdoch And Hall In Fleet St Wedding Service

    Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are to hold a marriage service next month at an iconic church on London's Fleet Street, the spiritual home of British journalism. The 84-year-old media mogul and the former supermodel, 59, announced their engagement last month in an advert in The Times newspaper, which Mr Murdoch owns. The couple's nuptials will be celebrated on 5 March at St Bride's Church, famed for its wedding-cake spire and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, who was also responsible for the nearby St Paul's Cathedral.

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  • Manchester United News: Ed Woodward Wants 'World-Class' Signings at Old Trafford

    Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward has hinted that there will be “pressure” on the club in the summer to sign the world’s best players.

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  • Why Do Severed Feet Keep Washing Up On America’s West Coast?

    16 human feet - all wearing shoes - have washed up on north America’s west coast since 2007. The detached extremities have been found in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington state in the US, with the latest being discovered on Botanical Beach, Vancouver Island, earlier this week. The Coroners Service has been confirmed that the remains are human, and it’s hoped that DNA testing will identify the deceased.

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  • The Tree-Climbing Goats of Morocco

    Michael Chinnici was travelling through Morocco when he came across a most unusual sight: these tree-climbing Argan goats. The Argan goat is named after the tree and they can scale up to 30 feet in order to reach its fruit. The sight of so many goats standing nonchalantly in a tree makes it appear as if they are growing from the branches. Credit: YouTube/StoryfulFamily

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  • Snap! These Identical Tube Passengers Amazed Everyone On The Underground

    Londoners are used to seeing strange sights on the Tube, but a pair of middle-aged passenger who not only look alike, but also appear to be wearing identical outfits is more unusual a sight than most. 

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  • Duchess Applies To Make Switzerland Her Home

    The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, has applied to become a permanent resident in Switzerland. The duchess has already moved into the £13m chalet - Chalet Helora - which she bought with ex-husband Prince Andrew in 2014. In the interview, Ms Ferguson said she learned to ski at the age of three and first travelled to the area when she was 16.

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  • Man Admits IS Moped Plot To Kill Londoners

    A man has admitted an Islamic State-inspired plot to kill civilians in London during a series of drive-by shootings on a moped. The charges state that he conspired with co-defendants and others to murder "a person or persons unknown" between 8 July and 25 September 2014. Three other co-accused, all from west London, deny the charges.

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  • Atheist Writer Richard Dawkins Has Stroke

    Outspoken academic Richard Dawkins has pulled out of a public speaking tour after suffering a stroke. He is expected to make a full recovery, according to a statement on the Sydney Opera House website. The biologist and author of The God Delusion had been due to appear at the venue on 28 February.

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  • South Korea warns North over 'illegal' asset freeze

    Cargo on an overloaded vehicle slumps off to the side after arriving from the Kaesong joint industrial zone, outside a military checkpoint in Paju on February 11, 2016

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  • Eight Children Hit By Car Outside School

    Eight children have been hit by a car outside a school in Liverpool leaving a number with serious injuries. Police were called by a passerby who witnessed the collision involving a yellow Peugeot car at about 3.20pm, close to Belvedere Academy. Five 11-year-old girls and two 13-year-old girls were taken to Alder Hey Hospital, and a 16-year-old girl was taken to the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

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  • Medieval Ship Raised From Dutch Riverbed

    Archaeologists have raised a medieval ship from a riverbed in The Netherlands, where it had rested for more than 500 years.

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  • Russia's top automaker fears bankruptcy as losses mount

    Vladimir Putin inspects a Lada Largus multi-purpose van at the Renault-Nissan and Avotovaz joint venture factory in Togliatti, southern Russia, on April 4, 2012

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  • Queen asked for us to host 90th birthday show, say Ant and Dec

    TV presenters Ant and Dec have claimed the Queen personally asked for them to host a horse-themed show celebrating her 90th birthday.

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  • Oil prices soar on report that UAE offers talks on output cuts

    Emirati Oil Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei says he expects supply levels on world markets to "stabilise"

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  • Plans to move up to 1,000 from French migrant camp

    Local French government authorities said Friday they want to move up to 1,000 migrants living in the notorious "Jungle" camp in the port town of Calais.

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  • Manilow Shows Cancelled After Hospital Emergency

    Barry Manilow is "out of surgery and doing well" a day after he was admitted to hospital, according to a statement on his Facebook page. The 72-year-old crooner was rushed back to Los Angeles on Thursday night after a show in Memphis, Tennessee.

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  • Uber agrees to $28.5 mn settlement over safety claims

    Uber lets customers use smartphone applications to summon and pay for rides provided by drivers using their own cars

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  • Bill Murray Hurls Fans' Phones Off Rooftop

    Bill Murray lost his temper and threw two fans' phones off the roof of a restaurant in California, police say. Carmel police commander Paul Tomasi told Sky News: "At approximately 10.30pm last night police were called to a disturbance at Vesuvio restaurant. "When we got there we had three people who were reporting that the subject, identified as Mr Murray, had taken their cell phones and thrown them.

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  • This Orangutan And Her Adorable Baby Were Just Days From Death When Rescued

    This female orangutan and her adorable baby were just days from starvation when they were rescued, according to the British charity that found them. The mum, aged around 20 and named Mama Nam by her rescuers, was so malnourished she could no longer produce milk for her baby, named Nam. IAR vet Ayu Budi Handayani said: “It is amazing that, despite the fact that she was so skinny and weak, this mother was still determined to protect her baby.

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  • Migrant 'hotspots' a flashpoint on Greek island of Kos

    As dawn breaks over the Greek island of Kos, 20 soldiers and five bulldozers wait to start construction work on a site that has become a flashpoint for the tourist hub on the frontline of Europe's migrant crisis.

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  • Junior Doctor Says ‘Screw You Jeremy Hunt’ In Furious Facebook Post

    A junior doctor has launched a blistering attack on the Health Secretary, saying “screw you Jeremy Hunt” in a Facebook post which has since gone viral. 

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  • Factory owner who used 'slave workforce' to be sentenced

    A factory owner who employed large numbers of Hungarians as a "slave workforce" in a bed-making firm which supplied retailers like John Lewis, Next and Dunelm Mill will be sentenced later today.

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  • Kanye West's Huge Fashion And Album Launch

    Kanye West had the full support of his reality star wife Kim Kardashian and her family when he launched his new album and clothing collection at New York's Madison Square Garden. Kim Kardashian also showed off her new blonde hair in what was one of her first public appearances since she gave birth to her son Saint two months ago.

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  • Assad Vows To Seize Back Control Of Syria

    Syrian President Bashar al Assad has vowed to retake the entire country but warned it could take a "long time", as international pressure grows for a ceasefire.

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  • Pope And Patriarch Meet After 1,000-Year Rift

    The Pope and head of the Russian Orthodox Church have met for the first time in a historic encounter of reconciliation following a 1,000-year split in Christianity. Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill embraced and kissed each other three times on the cheek during their landmark meeting at Havana airport in Cuba. It was the first time a pope and Russian patriarch have ever met.

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  • Man Proposes With Help From Penguin

    Mitch really rocked the boat during his proposal to his girlfriend by having a penguin at the Pittsburgh Zoo bring the ring. Mickey the penguin came out with the ring strapped to his body to ensure a magical start to this couple’s engagement period. Judging by Casey’s reaction, he really did pull off the perfect moment. Credit: YouTube/StoryfulFamily

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  • Murdered Journalist 'Died In Vain', Says Brother

    The brother of a journalist shot dead by gangland criminals in Ireland 20 years ago, has said she died in vain. Veronica Guerin's murder, on the outskirts of Dublin, sparked a public outcry and led to new legislation. With reporters again under threat, Jimmy Guerin believes the drugs barons are more powerful than ever.

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  • EU-Britain deal should not hamper deeper euro zone integration - Slovak minister

    PRAGUE (Reuters) - There is a will to reach a European Union reform deal with Britain, but any compromise should be designed to avoid hampering deeper integration in the euro zone, Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir said on Friday. "The EU has 28 members today and I see this number staying the same after the UK referendum," Kazimir tweeted. "Whatever the compromise will be, we should not create obstacles for deeper integration of the euro zone. I'm not a big fan of cherry picking. We are all equal in the EU club." (Reporting by Jason Hovet)

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  • Is your insurance comp Laughing Behind Your Back?

    New Studies Show that if you drive less than 55 miles a day you can save a ton on auto insurance.

  • Germany's Merkel Backs Cameron's EU Reforms

    Angela Merkel has given her support to David Cameron's EU reforms, saying they will "benefit Europe as a whole". Afterwards Mr Cameron addressed the St Matthew's dinner and echoed Mrs Merkel's sentiments.

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  • Rolf Harris To Be Charged With Indecent Assault

    Jailed entertainer Rolf Harris is to be charged with a further seven counts of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

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  • South Africa revives 'extinct' zebra subspecies

    In a spectacular valley less than two hours' drive north of Cape Town, a small herd of animals provides the chance to travel back in time over more than a century.

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  • Millport gold dust surprise finds scientists in rich vein of form

    Tiny specks of gold have been found in rocks at a popular tourist destination, to the surprise of scientists.

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  • Britain's economy will be worse off if it leaves the EU - Reuters poll

    By Ana Nicolaci da Costa LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy would be worse off if voters decide the country should leave the European Union, according to an overwhelming majority of economists polled by Reuters who also gave it a 40 percent chance of happening. All but one of 28 economists in the poll taken this week said the Britain would take a hit if the vote - which could take place by June - meant exiting the EU. Supporters of Britain leaving the EU say companies would be less bound by red tape, the country would be able to strike its own free trade deals and its existing EU partners would not want to hurt bilateral trade.

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  • Aldi ups pressure on UK rivals with more price cuts

    Discount supermarket Aldi [ALDIEI.UL] has increased the pressure on bigger rivals in Britain with a new wave of price reductions. The firm said on Friday the price cuts on lines including fresh meat, fresh fruit and vegetables were a response to reductions announced last month by Morrisons , Britain's No. 4 supermarket, which in turn followed cuts by Wal-Mart's Asda, the No. 3 player. A supermarket price war is regularly cited in official data as a factor bearing down on UK inflation.

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  • Shocking Image Shows Man Found Hidden In Smuggler’s Car Bumper

    A man has been found hidden in the hollowed-out bumper of a car after being smuggled over the Moroccan border. 

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  • EU hits China with new steel anti-dumping probes: official 

    A worker polishes steel in a factory in Rizhao, east China's Shandong province on January 2, 2016

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  • Scientists Say Goodbye To Philae Comet Probe

    Scientists have given up hope of restoring contact with space probe Philae. Philae landed on a comet in a pinpoint operation in November 2014 but lost power because its solar-driven batteries were in the shade. The probe woke up in June as the comet approached the Sun, giving scientists hope that the lander could complete some experiments.

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  • Erdogan threatens to send refugees to EU as NATO steps in

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to send the millions of refugees in Turkey to EU member states, as NATO pledged to deploy ships to the Aegean Sea to ease the migrant crisis.

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  • Prompt prices down on ample supply

    (Reuters) - British prompt wholesale natural gas prices declined on Friday morning as supply outweighed demand. Total's new gas field Laggan-Tormore has started production, with initial flows going into St Fergus TOM.

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  • Interpol refuses Russian request for Khodorkovsky search notice - TASS

    International police organisation Interpol has refused a Russian request for a search notice on former tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia's TASS news agency reported on Friday. Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man, is being investigated in Russia on suspicion of ordering a contract killing.

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  • Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 remains best-selling game in January

    Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 took advantage of a lean month for new video game releases to remain the top-selling game in the US in January.

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  • Asian markets battered as Tokyo tanks again

    The steep losses in Japan came as the yen pushed to more than 16-month highs against the dollar and dealers continued a flight to safe havens

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  • Jeremy Corbyn Attends Hillsborough Inquest

    Jeremy Corbyn has attended the Hillsborough inquest, where Coroner Sir John Goldring is continuing to sum up the evidence. Mr Corbyn said his visit to the hearing had nothing to do with party politics. Mr Corbyn also paid tribute to local MPs and campaigners for helping the families to fight for new inquests, quashing the verdicts of accidental death in the original inquests held in 1991.

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  • UK watchdog fines GSK $54 million over 'pay-for-delay' drug deals

    By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's competition watchdog has fined GlaxoSmithKline  37.6 million pounds ($54.4 million) for market abuse in striking deals to delay the launch of cheap generic copies of its former blockbuster antidepressant Seroxat. Generic drug companies involved, including Germany's Merck KGaA , were also fined smaller amounts, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Friday, bringing the total penalties to 45 million pounds. The CMA move is the latest example of regulators trying to curb "pay-for-delay" deals by drug companies and follows previous actions by U.S. and European antitrust authorities.

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  • Two teen girls found shot dead at school in Phoenix suburb

    By David Schwartz GLENDALE, Ariz. (Reuters) - Two 15-year-old girls died on Friday in a shooting at a high school in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale and were found with a gun beside them, police said. Glendale police spokeswoman Tracey Breeden said it was too early to determine if the incident at Independence High involved a suicide.

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  • The gloves are off! Clinton and Sanders battle it out in Milwaukee

    US Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton had a fiery first meeting following the New Hampshire primary. “Once I’m in The White House,” she said at one point. “Secretary Clinton, you are not in the White House yet,” came the retort, followed by jeers from the audience. And so it continued… Minority support Historically, Clinton has excelled at the debate format. She was looking to gain back lost ground after a discouraging 20-point defeat in New Hampshire. As the campaign moves to racially diverse states, both used the Milwaukee debate to seek and strengthen support from minority populations. Clinton sought to build on the strong support she has amassed among minority voters. She vowed to “tackle the barriers standing in the way of too many Americans right now,” adding: “African-Americans who face discrimination in the job market, education, housing, and the criminal justice system. Hardworking immigrant families living in fear, who should be brought out of the shadows so they and their children can have a better future.” Her opponent blasted the US legal system which, he said was unfairly stacked towards the rich and powerful. Sanders argued that race relations would be better under an administration run by him, than under current President Barack Obama – the nation’s first black leader. He sought to build on his popularity among young people, liberals and some working-class white voters: “What we will do is say, instead of giving tax breaks to billionaires, we are going to create millions of jobs for low-income kids so they’re not hanging out on street corners.” Towing the political line Sanders, whose focus was on introducing himself to new voters in this the sixth Democratic debate, didn’t greatly expand on his political message. He concentrated on the economy, campaign finance and health care. “I have fought my entire life to make sure that healthcare is a right for all people. We’re not going to dismantle everything. In my view healthcare is a right of all people, not a privilege and I will fight for that,” he said. On the offensive Democrats are becoming increasingly concerned about the stamina of Clinton’s candidacy. However, there are also concerns about Sanders’ electability, should he become the Democratic presidential nominee in July. Both, then, were aiming to prove themselves to both the people and the party. They entered into a heated debate about foreign policy. Clinton drew attention to her opponent’s minimal experience in the area, with the disparaging comment: “It’s a big, complicated world out there.” She has long been seeking to consolidate the argument that she has what it takes to become commander-in-chief. ‘Low blow’ Sanders got in his own jibe when Clinton alluded to his criticism of fellow Democrat, Obama. “The kind of criticism that we’ve heard from Senator Sanders about our president, I expect from Republicans,” said Clinton. “I do not expect from someone running for the Democratic nomination.” He told her it was a “low blow,” pointing out that he didn’t need to agree with Obama on everything in the Senate, but adding that the president is a friend. What does the electorate think? At the New Hampshire primary, Clinton garnered little support in key areas of the Democratic electorate. She lost to Sanders on a majority of the women who voted, as well as in the youth vote, many of whom said they distrusted her campaign trail. On the other side, Sanders is seen by some Democrats as too liberal. His proposed tax increases are considered too harmful to win a general election, some voters say. A first, whoever wins He was questioned on whether he thinks that by going up against Clinton he would be potentially blocking a milestone for women. A Clinton victory in the party and later in the general election, would see the first female president in The White House. Sanders, who would be the first Jewish president if elected, responded: “I think a Sanders victory would be of some historical importance, as well.” The next big event in the Democratic calendar will be the Nevada caucus on February 20.

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  • German growth keeps eurozone economy steady amid global turmoil

    The German economy grew 1.7% in 2015, as domestic demand drove activity

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  • Third Greek navy airman found dead after helicopter crash

    Greece's general staff on Friday said the entire three-member crew of a navy helicopter that crashed into an Aegean Sea islet a day earlier had perished, after finding the pilot's body.

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  • Wisconsin player takes a shot at the NCAA while complaining about Under Armour basketballs

    As a result of massive sponsorship deals between apparel companies and universities, there is no universal game ball in college basketball during the regular season. Play on Oregon's home court and you'll use a Nike basketball, play at a school sponsored by Adidas and you'll use an Adidas ball, and so forth. In August, Under Armour signed a 10-year contract extension with the University of Maryland that will pay the university $33 million in cash and gear. As a result, the Maryland basketball team uses an Under Armour basketball during games at Xfinity Center College Park, their home court.

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  • New app helps young Iranians avoid 'morality police'

    By Sam Wilkin DUBAI (Reuters) - A new smartphone application that helps Iranians dodge the Islamic Republic's "morality police" is proving popular with the young, tech-savvy population but has quickly fallen foul of the authorities. The Gershad app allows users who spot checkpoints set up by the morality police, who enforce Islamic dress and behaviour codes, to tag their location on a Google map with an icon of a bearded man, enabling others to steer clear of them. The app was blocked by the authorities soon after it was released for Android devices on Monday but many Iranians bypass Internet restrictions by using a Virtual Private Network.

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  • Britain says missing Hong Kong bookseller 'involuntarily removed' to China

    By James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - Britain said on Friday a missing Hong Kong seller of gossipy books on China's leaders had likely been "involuntarily removed" to China from Hong Kong, constituting a "serious breach" of a longstanding bilateral treaty between the U.K. and China. China's Foreign Ministry condemned the British report as "gesticulation", although it made no direct mention of the missing bookseller. In a six-monthly report to parliament on the state of freedoms in the former British colony, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond wrote that Lee Bo, a British passport holder who disappeared from Hong Kong in late December, was probably taken to China against his will.

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  • Picasa being shuttered in shift to Google Photos

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  • Independent Newspaper Set To Close In March

    The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are to cease publication and go online only, its owner has announced. In a letter to staff, owner Evgeny Lebedev predicted other papers would follow suit. Meanwhile, the publisher has sold The Independent's cut-price daily version, the i, to regional publisher Johnston Press for £24m.

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  • Three dead in Venezuela after contracting Zika: Maduro

    Three people have died in Venezuela from complications linked to Zika, President Nicolas Maduro said -- the first fatalities reported in the country in connection with the mosquito-borne virus.

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  • Rolls-Royce profits fall 12% to £1.4bn

    Engine maker Rolls-Royce said annual profits tumbled 12% to £1.4 billion as the business was hit by civil aerospace cuts and falling commodity prices that have impacted output at its marine division, which supplies the oil industry.

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  • Tears and anger as Italy says farewell to slain student

    Italy on Friday bade a tear-soaked farewell to slain student Giulio Regeni as Prime Minister Matteo Renzi warned Egypt their countries' close ties were on the line over the young man's brutal and unexplained death in Cairo.

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  • Peyton Manning's mention of Budweiser after the Super Bowl may not have been so innocent after all

    Much has been made about Peyton Manning's decision to name-drop Budweiser on two separate occasions during celebratory interviews following the Denver Broncos' win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. At first there was speculation that Anheuser-Busch had paid Manning to endorse their product while on national TV.

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