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Russian Bombing Takes Its Toll On Syrians
Russian Bombing Takes Its Toll On Syrians

The border from Syria to Turkey may be officially open - but in reality, only the injured are able to cross and always in the back of an ambulance. Sarah is six and has not spoken since she was blown up in her house near Aleppo a few days ago. Most were preparing to leave for Turkey before their homes

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  • Celebrity Big Brother 2016: Stephanie breaks down after leaving house amid Jeremy 'cheating' rumours

    Barely 24 hours after she left the Celebrity Big Brother house it appears there's already drama brewing for Stephanie Davis. The ex-Hollyoaks actress has had a tumultuous time on the realty TV show, having found herself caught in a love triangle after falling for fellow housemate Jeremy McConnell, despite being in a relationship with model Sam Reece. After Jeremy was evicted the 23-year-old pined for him.

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  • Paris Jackson reveals she attends Alcoholics Anonymous meetings

    Paris Jackson, the daughter of late pop legend Michael Jackson, has admitted that she is tired of meeting "people's expectations". The 17-year-old, who is the second of the King of Pop's three children, also revealed that she attends Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in a now-deleted comment on Instagram.

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  • 'Most Wanted' Suspect Killed In Police Shooting

    Officers located him in a vehicle in the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant car park. Police said the 38-year-old man had a shotgun, rifle, and two semi-automatic guns within reach in his car and there was also a bullet-proof vest inside.

    • Sky News
  • Jacqueline Jossa 'itching' for return to EastEnders

    Soap star and new mother Jacqueline Jossa said she is "itching" for a return to the EastEnders cast, having endured year-long speculation about her relationship with fiance Dan Osborne.

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  • Blast Which Sucked Man Out Of Plane Was A Bomb

    An explosion which tore a hole in a passenger plane was caused by a bomb designed to kill everyone on board, the Somalian government has confirmed.

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  • Husband found guilty of murder after pushing wealthy second wife off a cliff

    Harold Henthorn, 59, was convicted of first-degree murder by a federal jury. Toni Henthorn, 50, died when she fell about 130ft where the couple had been hiking on their 12th wedding anniversary on September 29 in 2012. It emerged in court that Harold Henthorn's first wife Lynn was killed when she was crushed by the couple's car.

    • International Business Times
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  • Matt LeBlanc: I almost had a nervous breakdown

    Matt LeBlanc owes all his success to the hit TV sitcom Friends in which he played Joey Tribiani for 230 episodes. And while the show brought him fame and fortune, its ending left the actor in a dark place.

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  • Benoit Violier: World's best chef was victim of £1m wine scam

    Benoît Violier, a celebrated French chef whose restaurant in Switzerland had been named the best in the world, was the victim of an alleged scam which left in him in dire financial trouble before he took his own life, it has been claimed. Swiss magazine Bilan has claimed that 44-year-old Violier had been conned by a company which sold rare wines to exclusive restaurants, supposedly leaving him heavily in debt. The chef, who ran the Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville in Crissier in Switzerland, committed suicide last Sunday, leaving no note.

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  • Insight - Doctors puzzle over severity of defects in some Brazilian babies

    By Bill Berkrot and Anthony Boadle NEW YORK/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Experts on microcephaly, the birth defect that has sparked alarm in the current Zika virus outbreak, say they are struck by the severity of a small number of cases they have reviewed from Brazil. Consultations among doctors in Brazil and the United States have increased in the last two weeks, and some of the leading authorities on the condition are finding patterns of unusual devastation in scans of the newborns' malformed brains. While it's not known how representative the scans are, the early observations of these doctors point to a tough road ahead for the babies, their families and their communities and heighten the concern surrounding Zika, which is suspected of causing microcephaly.

    • Reuters
  • Alabama boy, 3, shoots and kills sister, 9, in 'tragic accident'

    US police say a three-year-old Alabama boy has accidentally shot and killed his nine-year-old sister. Irondale police chief Ken Atkinson told that the shooting took place Saturday afternoon (6 February) at their grandparents' house in the Irondale suburb of Birmingham. The grandfather had left the loaded gun on the nightstand, not knowing his grandchildren were coming over that day, Atkinson said.

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  • Syrian army advances towards rebel town near Turkey: monitor

    Syrian government troops advanced Sunday toward a rebel town near the Turkish border as they pressed a Russian-backed offensive that has prompted tens of thousands to flee, a monitor said.

    • AFP
  • People In The West Midlands React To Cameron's EU Renegotiation

    Voters in Bilston, in the West Midlands, have reacted to the Prime Minister's EU renegotiation plans. Sky's Adele Robinson reports

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  • Duchess Helps Air Cadets Celebrate Anniversary

    The Duchess of Cambridge has carried out her first engagement as Honorary Air Commandant of the Air Cadets, by helping the organisation mark its 75th anniversary. Kate took on the role in December, assuming the post from the Duke of Edinburgh, who has been involved with the air cadets for over 60 years. The Duchess now represents 42,000 air cadets aged from 12 to 19, and 15,000 adult volunteers at more than 1,200 units across the UK and overseas.

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  • North Korean rocket separated into pieces after launch - NHK

    A North Korean rocket launched on Sunday separated into pieces soon after its launch, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported. Pieces of the rocket landed 150 km (93 miles) west of the Korean Peninsula in the Yellow Sea, 250 km (155 miles) southwest of the Korean Peninsula in the East China Sea and 200 km (124 miles) south of Japan in the Pacific, according to the Japanese cabinet's home page. North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it has said is a satellite, South Korea's defence ministry said, in defiance of United Nations sanctions barring it from using ballistic missile technology.

    • Reuters
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  • Many social housing tenants 'will be unable to afford market rents'

    Thousands of families face being forced out of council homes and will be unable to afford an alternative property in the same region under Government plans to end subsidised rents for high-earners, according to new research.

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  • Photos: 13 dogs found standing in inches of their own dirt in Cork

    All the dogs were extremely underweight and there was no clean water available to them.

  • Iran carmaker reveals 427m euros in Peugeot perks

    An Iran Khodro Dena sedan at the Tabriz auto show on October 14, 2014

    • AFP
  • Twins Killed Using Own Sledge On Olympic Track

    Twin brothers were killed and six other teenage boys injured when they raced down an Olympic bobsleigh track on their own sledge and hit a gate. The group is believed to have entered the park in Calgary, Canada, at around 1am, and police are now investigating how they got in. The family of the dead boys, Jordan and Evan Caldwell, 17, described them as "bright lights" who "leave a huge void".

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  • Bosnians protest against hijab ban in judiciary

    Some 2,000 people, mostly women, protested on Sunday in downtown Sarajevo against a recent ban on wearing a hijab headscarf in the majority Muslim country's judicial institutions.

    • AFP
  • Two migrant women dead from cold in Bulgaria: Minister

    Two female migrants found dead in a mountainous rural region of Bulgaria died due to freezing conditions, authorities said Sunday, as asylum seekers continue to try to reach the EU despite harsh winter weather.

    • AFP
  • UAE says ready to send ground troops to Syria

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) said on Sunday it was ready to send ground troops to Syria as part of an international coalition to fight against Islamic State. Asked if the UAE was ready to send troops if need be, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said at a media briefing in the Emirati capital Abu Dhabi: "This has been our position throughout." "We have been frustrated at the slow pace .... of confronting Daesh," he added, referring to Islamic State by its Arabic acronym. Gargash added "U.S. leadership on this" would be a prerequisite for the UAE.

    • Reuters
  • Man struck by car and killed in early morning crash

    The man died at the scene. The driver was uninjured.

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  • Social media appeal to find missing Manchester teen girl who was 'followed by men in cars'

    Hundreds of social media users have posted appeals for help after a teenage girl went missing in Manchester after reports she was followed by men in cars. Zainub Batool, 16, was reported missing to police from the Levenshulme area of the city on Saturday (6 February). It was reported she was possibly seen being followed by men in cars at the time she went missing.

    • International Business Times
  • Anti-Islam movement PEGIDA stages protests across Europe

    Germany's anti-Islam PEGIDA movement staged rallies in several cities across Europe on Saturday to protest against the arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East and Africa. The movement, whose name stands for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West, originated in the eastern German city of Dresden in 2014, with supporters seizing on a surge in asylum seekers to warn that Germany risks being overrun by Muslims. After almost fizzling out early last year, the movement has regained momentum amid deepening public unease over whether Germany can cope with the 1.1 million migrants who arrived in the country during 2015.

    • Reuters
  • Volkswagen to offer generous compensation for U.S. customers - paper

    Volkswagen will offer generous compensation packages for the roughly 600,000 U.S. owners of diesel vehicles that emit an illegal amount of emissions, the head of its claims fund told a German paper. The German car maker has still not decided whether vehicle owners will be offered cash, car buy-backs, repairs or replacement cars, Kenneth Feinberg told Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. Volkswagen in December asked Feinberg -- who earlier headed the compensation funds for the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill and General Motors' ignition switch crashes -- to create and administer the programme.

    • Reuters
  • Sea turtles with tumors fill Florida hospital

    The young patient writhes on the operating table, kicking its flippers. A team of medical attendants turns it over, revealing an underbelly cluttered with tumors, some as big as golf balls.

    • AFP
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  • Double decker bus explodes in heart of London - for new action film

    A double decker bus dramatically explodes in the heart of London - but it is all for a movie.

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  • Britons linked to Jihadi John's 'Isis Beatles' named as Aine Davis and Alexanda Kotey

    Two English members of the Islamic State (Isis) terror gang fronted by 'Jihadi John' and dubbed The Beatles by their captors, have reportedly been identified. Named as Aine Davis and Alexanda Kotey, the pair are said to have grown up in West London before making their way to Syria. The quartet was apparently given the collective nickname "The Beatles" by hostages due to their distinctive British accents.

    • International Business Times
  • Six-Month Old Girl Later Died In Hospital

    A six-month-old baby girl has died after being rescued from the rubble of an apartment building that collapsed after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan.

    • Sky video
  • 1935 butcher's van from Dad's Army restored to former glory

    The original butcher's van featured in the Dad's Army comedy series has been restored by a team of apprentices.

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  • Crazy But True

    Car crash into a giant rodent? House fire set by a wind chime? See some of the most unbelievable, but true insurance claims and how they panned out.

  • Adblock Plus, scourge of websites, seeks industry deal

    The German firm behind Adblock Plus is taking a more conciliatory tack, reaching out to its adversaries to find an "acceptable" level and form of advertising on the net

    • AFP
  • Romania asks UNESCO to protect planned open-cast goldmine site

    Romania has asked the UN cultural agency UNESCO to give world heritage list status to a village where a Canadian firm is battling to locate a controversial open-cast goldmine.

    • AFP
  • Rail enthusiasts' memories sought as Flying Scotsman returns

    Former fireman John Morgan said he is looking forward to seeing the Flying Scotsman steaming between London and York again this month as he recalls shovelling hundreds of tonnes of coal into its firebox.

    • Press Association
  • Australian woman freed after kidnap by al Qaeda in Burkina Faso

    An elderly Australian woman kidnapped with her husband last month in Burkina Faso by a group affiliated to al Qaeda has been freed, neighbouring Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou said on Saturday. Issoufou presented the woman, Jocelyn Elliott, at a news conference in Dosso, southwestern Niger, and said authorities were intensifying efforts to secure the release of her husband. Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb said on Friday it had kidnapped the couple and would release the woman unconditionally due to public pressure and guidance from al Qaeda leaders not to involve women in war.

    • Reuters
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  • EU referendum: Tory grassroots anger grows after David Cameron tells MPs to ignore activists

    David Cameron has angered local Conservative party activists by telling MPs not to listen to eurosceptic constituency associations. Comments he made in the Commons on Wednesday have prompted a backlash amongst the party's grassroots, after the Sunday Telegraph published a letter cosigned by dozens of local Conservative organisations condemning his "disrespect". Cameron is trying to contain an increasingly bitter internal party struggle over the forthcoming EU referendum.

    • International Business Times
  • Zombie transplants: Doctors bring kidneys back from the dead using new medical technique

    Patients desperately hoping for much-needed kidney transplants could soon see their waiting times slashed. The source of their hope is a surgeon who claims to have found a way to rejuvenate organs harvested for transplant that were once deemed too old or degraded to use. There are currently more than 6,000 people on the waiting list for a kidney transplant in Britain, but fewer than 3,000 transplants are carried out each year, due to an acute lack of viable organs.

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  • Germany shuts down German arm of Canada's Maple Bank

    Maple Bank helped Porsche in a bid to take over Volkswagen

    • AFP
  • North Korea Has Tested A Long-Range Ballistic Missile

    The North Korean regime insists the rocket's purpose was to launch a satellite into space, but America believe the launch could be a cover for testing long-rang ballistic missiles.

    • Sky video
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  • Breakdown: Here’s how many apprentices have been working in each trade since 2010

    Across the board, overall numbers of apprentices in employment have risen since 2013.

  • China forex reserves fall almost $100 bn in January

    Worries about China's economy have pushed the yuan to a five-year low, with foreign exchange reserves seeing their first-ever annual decline last year as Beijing tried to prevent a more drastic devaluation...

    • AFP
  • Frank Bruno admits he knows world title fighting days 'are over'

    Frank Bruno has spoken out about talk of a return to the ring - admitting he knows "deep down the days of me fighting for world titles are over".

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  • Five Skiers Killed In 'Massive' Alps Avalanche

    Five skiers from the Czech Republic have been killed after a "massive" avalanche at an Austrian resort in the Alps. A police spokesman said the avalanche in the Tyrol region buried 17 people. Two other skiers have been injured and 10 people were rescued unhurt, police spokesman Helmut Schuetz said.

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  • Sir Elton John 'back in touch' with mother after years-long dispute

    Sir Elton John revealed he has patched things up with his mother Sheila.

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  • Construction firms urge George Osborne to support third Heathrow runway

    Thirteen of Britain's largest construction and development firms have written to George Osborne urging him to live up to his declaration that "we are the builders" by supporting the building of a third runway at Heathrow.

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  • Former IT adviser to Bank of England Stuart Andrews held over wife's murder in Kent village

    Police are set to question bank adviser Stuart Andrews over the murder of his wife Caroline, as he is being treated with 'self-inflicted' injuries in hospital. Andrews, 54, was arrested on Friday, 5 February. Stuart Curran, 37, who works at The Bull pub in Benenden, said: "It's like Midsomer Murders here.

    • International Business Times
  • Galaxy A9 Pro with octa-core processor and 4GB RAM spotted at GFXBench

    Samsung could be planning to expand its Galaxy A lineup by adding a new model to the list soon. A new handset named Galaxy A9 Pro bearing model number SM-A9100 has been recently spotted at the GFXBench website.

    • International Business Times
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  • Tokyo's Sky Mile Tower could overtake Burj Khalifa in Dubai as tallest building in the world

    If all goes as planned, the Sky Mile Tower set to be built in Tokyo Bay would be the tallest building in the world, beating the current record holder Burj Khalifa in Dubai. It is slated for completion in 2045 and once completed it would be twice as tall as Burj Khalifa with 2,717ft. The tower will be surrounded by a series of man-made hexagonal islands which would act as a barrier to protect Tokyo from flooding as well as provide the foundation for homes for some 500,000 people.

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  • New York's itBit is trying to bring the tech behind bitcoin to Wall Street — here's why

    The world of finance is going nuts for blockchain, the technology first invented to underpin bitcoin. Blockchain uses decentralized record keeping and the scrutiny of the "crowd" to allow people to trade bitcoin over a public network without working through a trusted middle man like a bank or clearing house. Banks and other trading institutions think the technology has the potential to rip out huge amounts of cost from their businesses and are looking at ways it can be adopted to mainstream finance.

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  • Four arrested after Garda chopper chase across fields

    Gardaí are investigating a number of burglaries in the Monaghan Town area.

  • Loan rejection may have been early warning of Taiwan building collapse

    By Yimou Lee TAINAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Before their apartment tower collapsed in a Taiwan earthquake at the weekend, a young couple living on the 14th floor had already been given a clue that the building was unsafe. Chen Yi-ting and her husband bought the apartment in the centre of Tainan city five years ago, having relocated from an outlying district.

    • Reuters
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  • Ireland in risky business against Wales, admits Schmidt

    Joe Schmidt admits he's taking risks with his Ireland team selection as they prepare for the visit of Wales to Lansdowne Road for Sunday's Six Nations clash.

    • AFP
  • Nobel medicine prize board member resigns over surgeon investigation

    Swedish genetics professor Urban Lendahl has resigned from the body which awards the Nobel medicine prize over an investigation into controversial surgeon Paolo Macchiarini.

    • AFP
  • Tories Have Lost Trust Of Doctors - Letter

    Labour has sent a letter to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt urging him to backtrack on junior doctor contracts ahead of another walkout this week. Sky News has seen an exclusive copy of the letter by shadow health secretary Heidi Alexander that accuses the Government of losing the trust of doctors. Junior doctors are unhappy with Tory proposals aimed at providing better care at weekends, which would see the number of unsocial hours where they can claim extra pay reduced.

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  • Rise in number of suspected jihadists blocked from leaving Australia

    The rate at which suspected jihadists are being blocked from departing Australia has doubled in the past year, a report said Sunday, amid a government crackdown of its nationals travelling to Iraq or Syria to fight.

    • AFP
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  • France's Cahors wine is new frontier for Argentina, China

    The castle of Lagrezette in Caillac, southwestern France

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  • Reds' Coach Lijnders: Walkout Didn't Affect Us

    Liverpool coach Pep Lijnders said a supporter protest did not contribute to the team's late collapse against Sunderland at Anfield on Saturday. The home side were 2-0 up through goals from Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana when a significant number of fans carried out a plan to walk out in the 77th minute in a protest at next season's ticket prices. Sunderland went on to score twice in the final eight minutes and deny Liverpool a first win in four games in the absence of their unwell manager Jurgen Klopp.

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  • Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's mother Aniseh Makhlouf dies

    Aniseh Makhlouf, the mother of embattled Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, has died aged 86, Syrian state media has announced. The Times of Israel reports that some Arab media claimed Aniseh had joined her daughter Bushra in Dubai in January 2013.

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  • Surge in patients waiting for 12 hours in A&E fuels NHS crisis fears

    Some 124,000 patients had to wait in accident and emergency departments in England for at least 12 hours last year, according to an investigation.

    • Press Association
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  • Coldplay To Join Beyonce For Super Bowl Show

    British band Coldplay will be among some of music's biggest names when they make their Super Bowl debut at the half-time stage in front of a 100-million strong audience tonight. Lady Gaga has been confirmed to sing the US national anthem before the game kicks off, and Beyonce and Bruno Mars will return to the stage for the first time since 2013 and 2014 respectively for the half-time entertainment show. Speaking at a news conference for the Super Bowl, which will see the Denver Broncos play the Carolina Panthers, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said: "We love Beyonce's music and she's one of the greatest performers I've ever witnessed.

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  • New images of gunmen emerge as hunt for Drumcondra attackers intensifies

    Three of the raiders were wearing SWAT uniforms and carrying assault weapons. Another gunman was dressed as a woman.