• One dead, 10 injured in explosion near Nuremberg, Germany - police

    One person was killed and 10 were injured in an explosion that occurred late on Sunday in Ansbach, near the German city of Nuremberg, a police spokesman said. A spokesman for the Bavarian Interior Ministry said it was unclear if the blast was accidental or intentional. Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann was being briefed about the incident, the spokesman said.

    Reuters
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  • Britain might deploy fiscal stimulus in autumn: Hammond

    British finance minister, Philip Hammond, said the government could launch a stimulus package this autumn after survey data showed the economy was battered by the Brexit vote

    AFP
  • Munich gunman planned attacks for a year - Bavarian officials

    By Andrea Shalal BERLIN (Reuters) - The 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman who killed nine people in Munich on Friday began planning the attack a year ago after visiting the German city of Winnenden where another teenager killed 15 people in 2009, Bavarian officials said on Sunday. Materials found at the gunman's home also showed he had been hospitalized for psychiatric care for three months around the same time, and was an avid player of violent video games, the officials told a news conference. One of the games was "Counter Strike: Source", Robert Heimberger, president of the state crime office, said.

    Reuters
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  • EastEnders' Jonny Labey Shares Horrific Homophobic Abuse He Has Been Receiving Since Paul Coker’s Death

    If you have only just stopped crying over Paul Coker’s heartbreaking death in EastEnders earlier this week then we’re sorry, but you’re probably going to start again. Just one day after it was revealed that Paul’s brutal death was the result of a homophobic attack in the hit BBC One soap, the actor who played him - Jonny Labey - has shared an example of the homophobic abuse that he has been receiving on Twitter since his death aired. Referencing the horrific massacre in Orlando gay club Pulse, which took the lives of 49 innocent people last month, Twitter user @NabilFekirinho wrote: “@jonnylabey You should’ve died in Orlando instead pal”.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Tourism blow for Greek island that sheltered refugees

    Praise from global luminaries for their compassionate response to the influx of migrants has not helped restore tourism on the island of Lesbos

    AFP
  • Emotional tributes paid to #HelloMyNameIs doctor who has died from cancer aged 34

    Dr Kate Granger raised more than £250,000 for a cancer charity before she died from the disease.

    SNAPPA News
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  • Trump says US could pull out of World Trade Organization

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pictured on day three of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on July 20, 2016

    AFP
  • Hottest day 'ever' recorded in Kuwait as thermometer reaches 54C

    Meteorologists say a temperature of 54C (129F) recorded in Kuwait on 21 July could be the hottest ever reliably recorded on Earth. Higher temperatures have been recorded in Libya and the US, but both figures are now disputed by climate experts. The figure has yet to be confirmed by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) as the data has not yet been received from the Kuwait office.

    International Business Times
  • Kate Beckinsale Shuts Down Rumours She's Dating David Walliams In The BEST Way

    Kate Beckinsale has taken to social media to deny all rumours that she is dating her close friend David Walliams, and we have to admit, she did it in the best way ever. The actress gave celebs everywhere a lesson in how to handle the rumour mill as she shared a photo taken by the paparazzi of herself and David enjoying a fun dinner date. Alongside the image, Kate tweeted: “This is my dear friend, @davidwalliams.

    Stephanie Soteriou
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  • Water Park: Boy Looking For Goggles Finds Child

    Writing on Facebook, the young boy's grandmother said: "Would like to thank everyone involving in trying to help the emergency services and a big thank you to Walgrave Hospital for the help and support.

    Sky News
  • Barcelona in talks with 32-goal striker, agent confirms

    The Camp Nou side have made a move for the 32-year-old in their hunt for attacking reinforcements.

    TheJournal.ie
  • Hamilton wins in Hungary to take overall lead

    By Abhishek Takle BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday to seize the championship lead from team mate Nico Rosberg for the first time this season. The Briton took the chequered flag less than two seconds ahead of the German, who had lined up on pole position at the Hungaroring but lost out to Hamilton at the start in the key moment of the race. Hamilton, who has now won in Hungary a record five times, leads Rosberg by six points after 11 of the season's 21 races.

    Reuters
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  • Tiger Kills Woman At Chinese Safari

    Security footage shows the moment a woman was attacked by a tiger

    Sky video
  • The name of the new Star Trek television series has been revealed

    The show will be available to watch on the streaming service in the UK from January, within 24 hours of episodes being broadcast in the US.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Syrian Refugee Wielding Machete Kills Woman

    Police have told Sky News there is no evidence pointing to the incident, which happened outside a bus station, being a terrorist attack. Spokesman Bjoern Reusch said that witnesses said the man, who was known to police, was having an argument with the woman before attacking her about 4.30pm local time. The driver's brother has told Sky News he did it deliberately and has been released from hospital after suffering minor injuries.

    Sky News
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  • What Quebec's independence referendum can tell us about Brexit

    The UK does not have the monopoly on referendums — in 1995 Quebec came close to voting for independence from Canada. While Canada avoided a Quexit (I could not resist), the province was hit by some of the same issues as the UK faces post-Brexit vote: namely, a starkly divided nation, and uncertainty (the close Quebec vote meant many feared another referendum). Dax DaSilva is the founder and CEO of Lightspeed, a tech company based in Montreal, Quebec.

    Business Insider UK
  • China builds massive seaplane: state media

    Crowd gathers at a ceremony to unveil the AG600 amphibious plane, in Zhuhai, southern China's Guangdong Province, on July 23, 2016

    AFP
  • Jamie Vardy's Wife Rebekah Is Pregnant With Their Second Child

    Huge congratulations are in store for footballer Jamie Vardy and his new wife Rebekah, with the pair confirming that they are expecting their second baby together. The 29-year-old England star married Rebekah in a star-studded ceremony two months ago, with their spokesperson announcing their happy news earlier today. Jamie and Rebekah already have nineteen-month-old Sofia together, with Jamie also being dad to five-year-old Ella and Becky being mum to six-year-old Taylor and eleven-year-old Megan from previous relationships.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • 15-hour mega jam in UK as France ups border checks

    British holidaymakers spent hours sweating in their cars as 15-hour queues snaked back from the port of Dover on Sunday due to heightened entry checks by French border police.

    AFP
  • Nathaniel Clyne sex tape riddle forces Liverpool defender to call Merseyside Police

    Liverpool and England defender Nathaniel Clyne has been forced to call in Merseyside Police after a sex tape involving him and another woman was leaked on the internet. Clyne, who was single at the time, is said to be "horrified" the footage, which features him having sex with a women while a male friend was in the room, has gone public. A source told The Sun newspaper: "It's been difficult for Nathaniel.

    International Business Times
  • Watch Superman star Henry Cavill surprise Will Smith after going undercover at Comic-Con

    The actor donned a Guy Fawkes face mask as he roamed around the San Diego convention centre posing for pictures with unsuspecting fans.

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  • How to spot a spectacular shooting star during the Delta Aquarid and Perseid meteor showers

    The annual Delta Aquarid meteor shower is set to peak at the end of July in a spectacular display of shooting stars across the night sky. Due to peak at around 28 and 29 July, the Delta Aquarids are active until mid-August, which means they would coincide with the brighter Perseid meteor shower. Where does the meteor shower originate?

    International Business Times
  • Al Qaeda chief urges kidnappings of Westerners for prisoner swaps - SITE

    Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri has appeared in an audio interview calling on fighters to take Western hostages and exchange them for jailed jihadists, the monitoring service SITE Intelligence Group said on Sunday. In recording posted online, Al-Zawahiri called on the global militant network to kidnap Westerners "until they liberate the last Muslim male prisoner and last Muslim female prisoner in the prisons of the Crusaders, apostates, and enemies of Islam," according to SITE. Zawahiri is believed to be seeking refuge in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border area that is the Taliban's base.

    Reuters

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