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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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  • 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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  • Aldi warns rival UK supermarkets that they will not be able to match its new price cuts

    Aldi has pledged deep price cuts on its products. It has even warned other UK supermarket chains that they will not be able to match its low prices after these cuts are implemented. "I wanted to set the record straight that we will never be beaten on price — that is cast in stone," Matthew Barnes, chief executive at Aldi, said.

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  • Arizona teenage girls in apparent murder-suicide were 'in a relationship'

    Two 15-year-old girls, who were believed to have been romantically involved, were found dead outside a high-school cafeteria in Arizona with gun shot wounds. The two teens were discovered dead at Independence High School in Glendale just before 8am on Friday, 13 February, police confirmed in a news briefing.

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  • Armed Militia Groups Attack Calais Migrants

    Armed far-right groups have launched a series of violent attacks on migrants in northern France in recent weeks, say charity workers. Two people suffered life-threatening injuries when they were assaulted outside the sprawling "Jungle" camp in Calais. She said eight complaints of police brutality and five against civilian militias have been filed with the French judiciary.

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  • Russia sends brand new cruise missile ship to Syria: report

    Russia has dispatched a new ship armed with cruise missiles to the Mediterranean, the navy announced Saturday, as reports said it is bound for Syria.

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  • Jersey refugee ban: How the Channel Islanders turned their backs on Syrian families

    With street names in St Helier like Havre Des Pas, Rue de L'Est and La Colomberie resonating with many languages spoken by those who walk them, Jersey is no stranger to foreign influences. In fact, people from all over Europe, and further afield, call this Channel Island home. It is a debate being heard throughout Europe as the continent tries to deal with the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War.

    • International Business Times
  • Ancient Egypt: Artefacts belonging to first woman pharaoh Hatshepsut found

    Researchers at the University of Winnipeg in Canada claim to have found what they believe are belongings of an ancient Egyptian queen. The artefacts were found among a collection of 450 ancient relics at the university. University alumnus Luther Sousa identified two wooden objects — one, a miniature hoe, and the other a set of miniature rockers — in the collection which he believes belonged to Queen Hatshepsut, the first ever woman pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt.

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  • Girl's Running Death Grandmother Dies In Prison

    Joyce Hardin Garrard was serving life without parole when she collapsed at the Alabama women's state prison. The cause of death wasn't immediately available, but her lawyer Dani Bone said Garrard is thought to have suffered a heart attack. Garrard was convicted last year of killing 9-year-old Savannah Hardin by making her run as a punishment for telling a lie about eating sweets.

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  • 'Mechanical doping,' the biggest scandal to rock pro cycling since Lance Armstrong, is very real — here's what we know so far

    Pro cycling was shocked with the recent news that a 19-year-old Belgian cyclist, Femke Van den Driessche, was caught during the cyclocross world championships with a bicycle that had a motor hidden in the frame. Van den Driessche has denied she was knowingly in possession of a bike that had a motor, and her case has been handed to a disciplinary commission.

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  • Merkel urges patience on refugees ahead of crucial state elections

    By Tina Bellon MAGDEBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel pleaded with German voters on Saturday to show patience with her refugee policy as anger builds over a record influx of migrants that could hurt her conservatives in three state elections next month. Merkel's popularity has fallen over her decision last year to open Germany's doors to refugees fleeing conflicts. "I know that the people are impatient and want fast answers but fast answers are often the wrong answers," Merkel told CDU supporters in Magdeburg, capital of the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt, at a campaign launch event for the state votes.

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  • Hospital refuses to discharge baby for deportation

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  • Brit Claims £24m EuroMillions Jackpot Win

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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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  • Angry Junior Doctors Advised To Stay In UK

    Junior doctors thinking of quitting the NHS to work down under are being warned not to do so by a medical recruiter in Australia. Guy Hazel, who runs the Austmedics agency in Melbourne, has seen a threefold increase in enquiries from disgruntled young medics in recent months. However, he has told Sky News there is not an easy escape route for English junior doctors - especially if they were hoping to develop their careers and achieve senior positions in Australia.

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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"

    • AFP
  • Apollo 11: Graffiti found inside command module 47 years after the historic moon mission

    Archivists at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum have uncovered hand-written notes and markings by Apollo 11 astronauts in various areas of the spacecraft 's command module 47 years after first successful mission to land astronauts on the moon. The markings give a glimpse of the mission crewed by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins and include numbers, calculations as well as calendar records. "We have again been reminded that a curator's work is never done.

    • International Business Times
  • EasyFoodstore enforces 10 item daily limit to discourage competition from profiting

    A company spokesman said, "The idea of this store is to specifically target the most needy, not to help out our competitors in the convenience store market." He added that "[Shopkeepers had] rather stood out in the queue, especially on the way out when they were loaded down with stuff". EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou recently launched the easyFoodstore with an objective to sell grocery products such as energy drinks, mini cheese thins, sardines and sauce for just 25p (€0.32, $0.36) each.

    • International Business Times
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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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  • TV's Eamonn Holmes looks forward to 'ordinary' after double hip op

    This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has said he is looking forward to doing "ordinary things" he could not do before his successful double hip replacement.

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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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  • Iran to ship four million barrels of crude to Europe in coming 24 hours

    Iran will load 4 million barrels of crude oil on tankers destined for Europe in the coming 24 hours, a senior official was quoted as saying on Saturday, including 2 million barrels to be bought by France's Total . "In the coming 24 hours, 4 million barrels of crude oil will be loaded onto 3 tankers destined for Europe," Rokneddin Javadi, managing director of the National Iranian Oil Company, was quoted as saying by the Shana news agency.

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  • World In New Cold War, Says Russian PM

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said tensions between Moscow and the West have sent the world spiralling into a "new Cold War". Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, Mr Medvedev blamed US and European leaders for the souring of relations with Russia. "We have slid into a new period of Cold War," he warned.

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  • Bigg Boss 10 spoilers: Salman Khan will return as host but there is a fan twist

    You could love it or hate it, but no one can ignore the fact that Bigg Boss 9 was very popular among fans, despite it being controversial. After the grand finale, which declared Prince Narula as the winner, ardent fans of the show had been speculating on whether their favourite show host Salman Khan would return with season 10 or not. A leading Indian news website India has claimed that Khan will return to host the 10th instalment of the show, which is the Indian extension of the popular British reality show Celebrity Big Brother.

    • International Business Times
  • Boston motorist killed by iron manhole cover flying through her car windscreen

    Boston primary school teacher Caitlin Clavette died after a 200lb (90kg) iron manhole crashed through the front of her car on a highway. Emergency crews clearing the wreckage were extremely distressed, said Cathi Porreca-Leonard, who passed the accident scene. Police in Massachusetts are trying to find out what caused the cast-iron disc to come loose.

    • International Business Times
  • Jersey refugee ban: Can desperate migrants use the St Malo-Jersey route to enter the UK?

    The prospect of Jersey becoming a gateway to the UK for refugees has been part of the fierce debate among those who both opposed and supported bringing them to the Channel Island. Ferries make the 80-minute trip from St Malo to Jersey up to 14 times a week and the island is only 14 miles (22km) off the French coast. Bram Wanrooij of the Jersey Calais Refugee Group said that it's a potential consequence of the dispersal of refugee camps in Calais by French authorities.

    • International Business Times
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  • Pakistanis should ignore Valentine's Day, president urges

    President Mamnoon Hussain has urged Pakistanis not to observe Valentine's Day, the romantic holiday that hardline Muslim clerics want banned but officials in the capital say they cannot suppress. The president criticised Valentine's Day, which falls on Sunday this year, as a Western import that threatens to undermine the Islamic values of Pakistan. Despite its roots as a Christian holiday, Valentine's Day has gained popularity among Pakistanis, with flower vendors reporting booming sales this year, as in recent years.

    • Reuters
  • Columbine Killer's Mum Thinks Of Victims Daily

    The mother of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold has said "never a day goes by" where she does not think of the people her son massacred. In her first TV interview, Sue Klebold said she did not know anything was wrong with her son before the 1999 attack that left 13 people dead. Dylan Klebold and fellow student Eric Harris also injured 21 others at the Denver high school on 20 April 1999, before taking their own lives.

    • Sky News
  • 150,000 penguins perish after massive iceberg leaves colony landlocked in Antarctica

    An estimated 150,000 Adelie penguins living in Antarctica have died after a huge iceberg the size of Luxemburg became lodged near their colony. The grounding of the colossal iceberg in Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay left the colony effectively landlocked. In the last five years the colony was dwindled in size, as the perilous journey has claimed the lives of 150,000 of the penguins, according to research carried out by the Climate Change Research Centre at Australia's University of New South Wales.

    • International Business Times
  • Schoolgirls Hit By Car As They Waited For Bus

    Eight girls have been treated in hospital for broken bones and tissue damage after they were hit by a car outside a school in Liverpool. 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.

    • Sky News
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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.

    • AFP
  • WATCH: Eddie the Eagle trailer released

    A first look at the trailer for a new biopic about British Olympic skier Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards, starring Kingsman actor Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman.

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  • Premier League Clubs Must See Sense Over Ticket Prices, Says Arsenal Supporters' Trust

    Arsenal inadvertently kicked off a chain of events earlier this month that led to a national debate on just how much football tickets are costing the game’s fans. Just two weeks before its big UEFA Champions League clash with Barcelona, Arsenal emailed every season-ticket holder, informing them they were pay a surcharge of about £20. It also called into question the claim that Arsenal had shared beyond the Premier League in the 2016-17 to 2018-19 period.

    • Newsweek UK
  • MiG-23 fighter shot down over Libya's Benghazi

    A MiG-23 fighter of Libya's internationally recognised government was shot down Friday as it carried out air strikes on opposition positions in the coastal city of Benghazi, the military said.

    • AFP
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  • Man appears in court charged with murder of mother-of-four Caroline Andrews

    A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of mother-of-four Caroline Andrews.

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  • France's 104-year-old twins say closeness is the secret

    When they were born premature in 1912, doctors gave Paulette and Simone the slimmest chance of survival. But 104 years later, the French twins say there's a simple secret to their longevity: sticking together.

    • AFP
  • US approves F-16 sale to Pakistan

    The United States said Friday it had approved selling up to eight Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, along with training, radar and other equipment, worth a total of $699 million.

    • AFP
  • Beth Tweddle back on her feet after neck operation for The Jump injury

    Britain's most successful gymnast Beth Tweddle is walking unaided after neck surgery following a fall during training for Channel 4 show The Jump.

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  • Google to shut down Picasa

    Google is set to do some spring cleaning. The tech giant announced that it would be shutting down its picture storage service Picasa in the next few months. Google said it would be shutting Picasa down in stages.

    • International Business Times
  • Water scarcity affects 71% of the global population as droughts worringly increase

    The investigation, published in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, says that significantly more people face severe water scarcity than previously believed. "We find that about 71% of the global population (4.3 billion people) lives under conditions of moderate to severe water scarcity at least one month of the year," write the researchers in the report. To find their conclusion, the researchers had to calculate blue water scarcity – the amount of groundwater and freshwater used, compared to how much is available – and the amount of global run-off.

    • International Business Times
  • UK Teenager Accused Of Hacking CIA Chief

    A British teenager arrested for cyber crimes is suspected of hacking into the head of the CIA's personal email account. The unnamed 16-year-old was detained in the East Midlands on Tuesday, said the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU). Officers refused to comment on reports he carried out a series of computer attacks against the CIA, FBI and other parts of the US government.

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  • Assad 'deluded' in claiming military solution: US

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is "deluded" if he thinks there is a military solution to the war in Syria, nearly five years into a brutal conflict that has killed more than 260,000 people, a US official said.

    • AFP
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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

    • AFP
  • Renault profit up but headlights on struggling Russian unit

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  • Central Asia's tallest tower, being built in Kazakhstan, hit by fire

    A fire broke out on Saturday at a construction site where Central Asia's tallest tower is being built in the Kazakh capital Astana, the Kazakh interior ministry said. The blaze at the Abu Dhabi Plaza, being built by United Arab Emirates developer Aldar Properties and contractor Arabtec, started early in the morning and took six hours to put out, the ministry said. The ministry reported no injuries, saying 150 workers had left the construction site, and the extent of damage was unclear.

    • Reuters
  • Quake hits eastern Indonesia island, no casualties reported

    JAKARTA (Reuters) - A strong earthquake near an eastern Indonesian island knocked out telephone, radio communications and roads late on Friday, but there were no reported casualties, local residents and a government official said on Saturday. The U.S. Geological Survey said a 6.5 magnitude earthquake at a depth of 30 kms (18 miles) was reported about 3 kms (2 miles) from Andekantor, a town on Sumba island in East Nusa Tenggara province. "Not yet," Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency, told Reuters on Saturday when asked whether there were any ...

    • Reuters
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  • UK needs Trident to maintain 'outsized role on global stage', says US

    Britain must keep its Trident nuclear deterrent to maintain its "outsized" role in the world, according to the US defence secretary.

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  • Machines could make half of humans unemployed in 30 years - scientist

    More than half of the human race could be unemployed in 30 years time as job vacancies are filled by machines, a scientist has predicted.

    • Press Association
  • Ikea accused of €1bn tax evasion in Europe

    The Ikea group has been accused of evading taxes in Europe. Members of the European Parliament (MEP) have claimed that the Swedish furniture retailer had failed to pay at least €1bn (£776m, $1.13bn) over the past six years, following which they have asked for a probe to check if Ikea's "reprehensible" tax arrangements had breached the rules laid down by the state. The MEPs said they had undertaken an investigation, which had revealed that the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium had helped Ikea with the "large scale [tax] avoidance".

    • International Business Times
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  • Oman leader Sultan Qaboos to travel to Germany for medical checks

    Omani leader Sultan Qaboos is to travel to Germany on Sunday for a limited period of time for medical checks, the official Oman state news agency said on Saturday. Qaboos had previously spent eight months in Germany for medical reasons returning to Oman in March. Western-backed Qaboos has ruled since taking over from his father in a bloodless coup with the help of Oman's former colonial power, Britain.

    • Reuters
  • 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.

    • AFP
  • Pair Pulled To Safety Just Before Car Disappears Below The Water

    A mother and her toddler were saved from their sinking car in an Amsterdam canal after rescuers smashed the window and pulled them to safety just in time.

    • Sky video
  • Facebook Posts On NHS Could Spark Inspections

    Negative comments about NHS care which are posted on social media could be used to prompt investigations into hospitals. The new chairman of England's health watchdog, the Care Quality Commission, said complaints made on Facebook could be treated as "early intelligence" which indicates there are potential problems with the way patients are being treated. Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Peter Wyman said he plans to overhaul the way inspections are carried out in England's hospitals - combining the likes of mortality data with anecdotal evidence.

    • Sky News
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  • Confidential bank details available for sale on easily found website

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    • International Business Times
  • 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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  • Market turmoil could hold back euro zone inflation - ECB's Coeure

    Europe's financial market turmoil could delay a rise in inflation even further and banks will need to be fixed with forceful action over time, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure told a German newspaper on Saturday. The euro area inflation outlook is already weighed down by sharply lower oil prices and slowing global growth, and the market volatility is compounding the problem, Coeure told Rheinische Post. Euro zone bank shares are down nearly 30 percent since the start of the year on concerns about profitability, potentially increasing the cost of capital for banks and holding back lending.

    • Reuters
  • Survivors torn as Eagles of Death Metal return to Paris

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    • AFP
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  • Turkey PM threatens military action against Syrian Kurds

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    • AFP
  • 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.

    • Reuters