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Sex offender William Jameson was jailed for life after he bound, gagged and raped a woman contacted via Facebook

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...seen by the driver of a passenger train as she ran alongside a railway track in Wiltshire waving her bound hands, an image which was caught by the onboard CCTV. The victim then managed to reach a nearby farmhouse where, distressed and covered in mud and blood, she got help. Sex offender William Jameson was jailed for life after he bound, gagged and raped a woman contacted via Facebook   The...

A passenger on board of Newark-bound United Airlines flight has claimed to have poisoned everyone on board

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A passenger on board of Newark-bound United Airlines flight has claimed to have “poisoned everyone on board”. The suspect is being restrained by others on board and there is no evidence that passengers have been poisoned, Eyewitness News reports. A passenger on board of Newark-bound United Airlines flight has claimed to have poisoned everyone on board The United Airlines flight, from Hong Kong,...

Andre Curry, 21, has generated intense internet backlash after he posted the photo in July

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Andre Curry, a young father from Chicago, is now the subject of a police probe after a shocking photo of his daughter with her hands and feet bound was posted on Facebook. Andre Curry, 21, has generated intense internet backlash after he posted the photo in July. Last week, the shocking photo appeared on websites like TheDirty.com and The Smoking Gun. In the image, the tape holds the girl’s...

Estelle, which is reportedly carrying a cargo including cement and medical supplies, is the latest vessel to try and break the Gaza blockade

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Israel has intercepted Estelle boat belonging to pro-Palestinian activists trying to break the blockade of the Gaza Strip. The Finnish-flagged Estelle left Naples on 7 October with some 20 people of eight different nationalities aboard. Israel imposed the blockade after the Islamist group Hamas seized control of the coastal sliver in 2007. An IDF spokesperson confirmed the navy had boarded the sh...

Abraxane, approved by FDA for breast cancer, could be a life-prolonging drug for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer.

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Abraxane plus gemcitabine achieved a median overall survival of 12.2 months in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer, study reports. Patients with high-SPARC biomarker achieved significantly higher overall survival.   Celgene International Sàrl announced on October 6 that results from a clinical study of Abraxane (paclitaxel albumin-bound particles for injectable suspension) in combinatio...

Underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab

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Reports from the US say the al-Qaeda underwear bomber sent to blow up a U.S.-bound airliner was actually a double agent who infiltrated the group and volunteered for the suicide mission. US officials are quoted as saying that the person dispatched by Yemen-based al-Qaeda to attack a US-bound plane had infiltrated the group. In an apparent intelligence coup, the agent left Yemen with the device an...

Police arrested more than 700 demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street protests who took to the roadway as they tried to cross the Brooklyn Bridge

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Police arrested more than 700 demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street protests who took to the roadway as they tried to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday afternoon. The police said it was the marchers’ choice that led to the enforcement action. “Protesters who used the Brooklyn Bridge walkway were not arrested,” Paul J. Browne, the chief spokesman for the New York Police Department, said. “...

Former Ponderosa Twins Plus One singer Ricky Spicer sued Kanye West alleging the rapper used his vocals without permission

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Kanye West has been sued by former child soul singer Ricky Spicer over claims of copyright infringement. Ricky Spicer, who sang with The Ponderosa Twins Plus One, sued Kanye West in Manhattan Supreme Court in New York City on Monday, alleging the rapper used his vocals without permission. Former Ponderosa Twins Plus One singer Ricky Spicer sued Kanye West alleging the rapper used his vocals with...

Ford India has apologized for an advertisement showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in Figo’s boot

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...ndia has apologized for an advertisement showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in the boot of a car. The advert, showing three women bound and gagged in the boot of a Ford Figo, appeared on a website. Silvio Berlusconi was shown in the driver’s seat with a slogan: “Leave your worries behind with Figo’s extra-large boot.” The advert has not...

Curiosity soil samples showed that Mars' dusty red covering holds about 2 percent by weight of water

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According to an analysis done onboard NASA’s Curiosity rover, there is a surprising amount of water bound up in the soil of Mars. When it heated a small pinch of dirt scooped up from the ground, the most abundant vapor detected was H2O. Curiosity researcher Laurie Leshin and colleagues tell Science Magazine that Mars’ dusty red covering holds about 2% by weight of water. This could be a use...

JWT India has decided to sack employees over a series of controversial Ford Figo advertisements, including one showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in a car boot

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JWT India has decided to sack employees over a series of controversial Ford Figo advertisements, including one showing former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi with a group of bound women in a car boot. The adverts were never commercially used but appeared on a website. JWT, a unit of the world’s biggest advertising group WPP, said the posters were “distasteful and contrary to standards...

Gregg Blanchard, who was once house-bound due to his crippling 804 lbs weight, has lost 330 lbs in a single year

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Gregg Blanchard, who was once house-bound due to his crippling 804 lbs weight, has lost 330 lbs in a single year. Gregg Blanchard, from Manchester, New Hampshire, was so morbidly obese, he could not move without crutches, or even take a shower, completely dependant on the help of wife Ann. Now, though, he has lost almost half of his former body weight, thanks to a new diet and exercise regime. Gr...

Scientists have discovered that drinking alcohol releases feel-good chemicals in an area of the human brain often referred to as the “pleasure centre”

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...carfentanil, and scanned again with PET imaging. As the natural endorphins released by drinking were bound to the opioid receptor sites, they prevented the carfentanil from being bound. By comparing areas of radioactivity in the first and second PET images, the researchers were able to map the exact locations – areas of lower radioactivity – where endorphins were released in response t...

George Washington's personal copy of the US constitution has sold for almost $10 million

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George Washington’s personal copy of the US constitution has sold for almost $10 million, Christie’s auction house says. The book, with the first US president’s own annotations, was printed in 1789 – his first year in office. It had an estimated price of $2 million to $3 million but bidding boosted the price of the 223-year-old book. Historians say George Washington’...

Prosecutors in France have opened a murder inquiry into the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat

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Prosecutors in France have opened a murder inquiry into the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, sources have told the French news agency AFP. His family launched a case last month over claims that he was poisoned with polonium-210, a radioactive element. Polonium was apparently found on some of Arafat’s belongings by Swiss scientists. The medical records of Arafat, who died near Pari...

Saudi Arabia is planning to build a new city exclusively for women as it bids to combine strict Sharia law and career minded females, pursuing work

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Saudi Arabia is planning to build a new city exclusively for women as it bids to combine strict Sharia law and career minded females, pursuing work. It is thought the Saudi Industrial Property Authority (Modon) has been asked to bring the country up to date with the rest of the modern world with the controversial city, which is now being designed with construction to begin next year. It is hoped...

Jennie Garth has lost a significant amount of weight after the split, with many conceding that she may well be another victim of the heartbreak diet

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Jennie Garth recently split from her husband Peter Facinelli after 11 years of marriage. And since the couple announced their break-up, Jennie Garth, 40, has lost a significant amount of weight, with many conceding that she may well be another victim of the “heartbreak diet”. And the extent of her weight loss was all too evident over the weekend, when the actress slipped into a yellow bikini to p...

Tony Nicklinson was paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a stroke in 2005 and described his life as a "living nightmare"

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Tony Nicklinson, a British man with locked-in syndrome who fought for the right to legally end his life, has died aged 58. Tony Nicklinson was paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a stroke in 2005 and described his life as a “living nightmare”. Last week Tony Nicklinson, from Melksham, Wiltshire, lost his High Court case to allow doctors to end his life. Tony Nicklinson’...

American novelist Philip Roth has criticized Wikipedia after he was unable to convince the site to change an entry about one of his novels

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American novelist Philip Roth has criticized Wikipedia after he was unable to convince the site to change an entry about one of his novels. Philip Milton Roth, 79, tried to tell Wikipedia about an error in the entry for his novel The Human Stain, published in 2000. But Wikipedia’s administrators initially refused to amend the entry, saying they required a second source. The prize-winning au...

A jab that allows damaged hearts to heal themselves and could be given by paramedics in the back of ambulances is being developed at Imperial College London

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A jab that allows damaged hearts to heal themselves and could be given by paramedics in the back of ambulances is being developed at a British university. Scientists at Imperial College London hope that giving heart attack victims an injection of stem cells will trick the organ into repairing itself, saving lives and greatly cutting the odds of further ill health. Crucially, and unlike other tech...

Former London gangster Charlie Richardson has died at the age of 78

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Former London gangster Charlie Richardson has died at the age of 78. With his brother Eddie, Charlie Richardson led a criminal gang to rival the Kray twins and during the 1960s there were violent clashes between them. In 1967, Charlie Richardson was jailed for 25 years for fraud, extortion and assault, after a case known as the “Torture Trial”. Jurors heard how the gang would nail the...

A layer of varnish added later to protect Van Gogh work Flowers In A Blue Vase is in fact turning the yellow to a greyish-orange color

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Belgian researchers have spotted a never-before-seen chemical effect in Vincent Van Gogh’s Flowers In A Blue Vase that is dulling the work’s vibrant yellows. It seems a layer of varnish added later to protect the work is in fact turning the yellow to a greyish-orange color. High-intensity X-ray studies described in Analytical Chemistry found compounds called oxalates were responsible....

Il Giornale, owned by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has caused controversy by printing a front page headline which said “Fourth Reich” above a picture of German chancellor Angela Merkel

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Italian newspaper Il Giornale, owned by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has caused controversy by printing a front page headline which said “Fourth Reich” above a picture of German chancellor Angela Merkel. The picture in Il Giornale also showed Chancellor Angela Merkel raising her right arm in salute, a gesture associated with the Nazi salute used by Hitler’s followers. The articl...

Libya wants to try Abdullah al-Senussi for crimes allegedly committed during his time as Colonel Gaddafi's right-hand man

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Mauritania has handed Muammar Gaddafi’s former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi over to the Libyan authorities, state media say. Libya wants to try Abdullah al-Senussi for crimes allegedly committed during his time as Colonel Gaddafi’s right-hand man. He is also wanted by France and the International Criminal Court (ICC). Mauritania previously said Abdullah al-Senussi must first...

Gunmen have attacked Ikhbariya TV, a Syrian pro-government TV channel, killing three people

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Gunmen have attacked Ikhbariya TV, a Syrian pro-government TV channel, killing three people, state media say. The attack on Ikhbariya TV south of Damascus blew up the newsroom, Sana news agency reported. Hours earlier, President Bashar al-Assad said Syria was in “a real state of war” and US intelligence officials predicted a long, drawn-out struggle. UN human rights investigators, in...