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Tyler Hubbard was hospitalized on Tuesday following a bicycle accident

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Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard was hospitalized on Tuesday following a bicycle accident. The band was forced to cancel a concert in Tennessee following the singer’s accident. Tyler Hubbard was blowing off some steam after a week of shows on Sunday by returning to his country roots and dirt biking in muddy terrain. His bandmate Brian Kelley tells TasteofCountry.com that Tyler Hubbard fell sh...

One of four surviving copies of the original Schindler's list is up for auction on eBay

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One of four surviving copies of the original Schindler’s list is up for auction on eBay. The list was featured in Steven Spielberg’s movie about German industrialist Oskar Schindler’s attempt to save Jews from the Nazis by employing them at his factory. The date April 18, 1945 appears in pencil at the top of the 14-page document, which lists 801 male names. It was typed up by Itzhak S...

Heinz-Christian Strache posted a caricature of a banker with a hooked nose, wearing Star of David cufflinks

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Far-right Austrian politician Heinz-Christian Strache has caused anger after posting a cartoon on Facebook, likened to anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda. Heinz-Christian Strache posted a caricature of a banker with a hooked nose, wearing Star of David cufflinks. Austrian Jewish leader Oskar Deutsch likened it to images used by the Nazis in the 1930s. Heinz-Christian Strache, who leads the Freedom Part...

Gene Hackman, 81, was airlifted to hospital and was later released after suffering “bumps and bruises”

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Gene Hackman suffered injuries to his body and leg after being hit by a car Friday afternoon. The legendary actor was struck while riding his bicycle in Florida Keys at around 3:00 p.m. local time. Gene Hackman, 81, was airlifted to hospital and was later released after suffering “bumps and bruises”. The Florida Highway Patrol is conducting an investigation into the cause of the crash. Gene Hack...

Ariel Castro had spools of barbed wired tossed about his backyard alongside heavy metal chains and rolls of tarp that he used to hide his neighbor's view

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Ariel Castro had spools of barbed wired tossed about his backyard alongside heavy metal chains and rolls of tarp that he used to hide his neighbor’s view, new photographs reveal. The collection of discarded items piled up in the garden of the “house of horrors” come in stark contrast to the discarded Barbie bicycle that was likely used by Jocelyn, the daughter Ariel Castro fathered with Ama...

Roger Anthony, 61, was killed as he made his way home after officers responded to a 911 call about a man who had fallen off his bicycle in a car park

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...nthony, an elderly, deaf and mentally disabled man from Scotland Neck, South Carolina was riding his bicycle when he was killed by a police officer who shot him with a Taser stun gun after he failed to obey instructions to stop. Roger Anthony, 61, was killed as he made his way home after officers responded to a 911 call about a man who had fallen off his bicycle in a car park. The 911 caller told...

Freddie Mercury as an Angry Birds character

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Freddie Mercury, the iconic Queen frontman, becomes an “honorary member of the Angry Birds family” on September 3. Freddie For A Day and Rovio Entertainment have made a partnership to start the week in which the legendary singer’s memory is celebrated with Freddie For A Day on his birthday, September 5. “Freddie for a Day is such a great way to honor Freddie’s fun an...

Freddie Mercury, the Queen frontman who left an important legacy

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Celebrating Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday anniversary lots of events are taking place over the world starting from September 5.     Freddie Mercury, the Queen frontman, who left an important legacy On Monday night at the Savoy Hotel in London Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor honored Freddie Mercury‘s memory. Celebrities including Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Ta...

A prototype Leica camera has sold for 2.16 million Euros ($2.8 million) at the Galerie Westlicht in Vienna, Austria, setting a new world record for a camera

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A prototype Leica camera has sold for 2.16 million Euros ($2.8 million) at the Galerie Westlicht in Vienna, Austria, setting a new world record for a camera. It was one of just 25 models created in 1923 as a prototype for the groundbreaking Leica A, which was the first commercially successful compact camera to use 35 mm film. Branded the “null-serie”, or 0-Series, only 12 are known to...

Steven Spielberg is to direct a screenplay by Stanley Kubrick about Napoleon, which was scrapped by the late film maker in the 1970s

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Steven Spielberg is to direct a screenplay by Stanley Kubrick about Napoleon, which was scrapped by the late film maker in the 1970s. Steven Spielberg told French TV network Canal+ he would make a TV miniseries – not a film – about Napoleon’s life. He previously collaborated with Stanley Kubrick on 2001′s A.I. Artificial Intelligence. The science fiction drama was conceived by S...

A study shows that concentrated effort can burn as many as 200 extra calories

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According to scientists, intense exercise for just two and a half minutes a day could help keeps the pounds off. A study shows that concentrated effort can burn as many as 200 extra calories, provided the spurts are broken up with longer periods of easy recovery. It is the latest evidence to support High Intensity Training (HIT), whereby a number of short bursts of intense exercise are teamed wit...

Some 3,000 people have taken part in a rally in Athens to protest against the rise of Greece’s neo-fascist party Golden Dawn

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Some 3,000 people have taken part in a rally in Athens to protest against the rise of Greece’s neo-fascist party Golden Dawn. The protest, which brought together Greeks and immigrants, was part of a day of anti-racism events. Golden Dawn, exploiting public anger over the financial crisis, won 18 seats in parliament last June. One of the most right-wing parties in Europe, it is accused of anti-imm...

Lance Armstrong is said to be considering admitting publicly that he used banned performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions during his cycling career

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Former cyclist Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping last October, is said to be considering admitting publicly that he used banned performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions during his disgraced cycling career. Lance Armstrong, 41, is reported to have told anti-doping officials that he will make a public admission of guilt in the hope than he can...

Queen's Greatest Hits becomes first album to pass 6 million sales in UK

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Queen becomes the first act to sell six million copies of an individual album in the UK. Their first Greatest Hits collection, which includes the hits We Will Rock You and Bohemian Rhapsody, has extended its lead after being Britain’s highest-selling album for several years. The Official Charts Company said one in three British families now owned a copy of the 1981 compilation. Queen guitar...

Kay reveals how she uses a combination of soap and water to rinse herself off after visiting the bathroom

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A woman from New York, who saves money by not using toilet roll, takes thriftiness to a whole different level in an upcoming series of Extreme Cheapskates. Setting herself a stringent budget, Kay reveals how she uses a combination of soap and water to rinse herself off after visiting the bathroom. While demonstrating her frugal cleansing ritual in front of the cameras, she states that she doesn&#...

Austin police named De'Andre Tatum as the latest victim of SXSW car crash

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A fourth death has been reported after a car crashed into crowds at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas. Austin police named De’Andre Tatum, 18, as the latest victim of the crash, which happened on March 13. Suspected driver Rashad Charjun Owens, 21, currently faces two capital murder charges after a man and a woman were killed in the collision in Austin. On March 17, Sa...

France’s government has decided to overturn a 200-year-old ban on women wearing trousers

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France’s government has decided to overturn a 200-year-old ban on women wearing trousers. The Minister of Women’s Rights, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, said that the ban was incompatible with modern French values and laws. Najat Vallaud-Belkacem said the law, imposed on November 17, 1800, had in effect already been rescinded because of incompatibility. The move to formally repeal the law followed...

Hundreds of nude cyclists took to the streets of Peru's capital, Lima, to raise awareness over safety conditions on the city's roads

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Hundreds of nude cyclists took to the streets of Peru’s capital, Lima, to raise awareness over safety conditions on the city’s roads. Campaigners say that thousands have been killed on the roads because of reckless driving. Many of the cyclists painted slogans and signs on their bare skin. Reports say the convoy cut off roads along an 11 km (6.8 mile) route through the main thoroughfa...

At least 54 people have been killed after a bomb exploded at a packed mosque in Afghanistan as people celebrated a major Shi'ite festival in Kabul

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At least 54 people have been killed after a bomb exploded at a packed mosque in Afghanistan as people celebrated a major Shi’ite festival in Kabul. Bodies lie strewn on the ground after the powerful bomb killed the people at a shrine by the river in Kabul’s old city. People rush to the scene to help those injured in the blast, people who moments earlier had been praying and chanting w...

The Black Keys performs at Virgin Mobile Freefest this year

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 V Festival 2011 United Kingdom   Virgin Mobile Freefest 2011 takes place on Saturday, September 10 at the Meriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. It runs from Saturday 15:00 UTC to Sunday 2:00 UTC.   The Black Keys performs at Virgin Mobile Freefest this year Virgin Mobile Freefest 2011 is the third edition of an annual event. It is free but they sell tickets if festival goers do n...

Animator and film-maker called Floris Kaayk has now admitted that he is in fact Birdman Jarno Smeets

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Jarno Smeets, the man who posted on YouTube a video of himself apparently conducting a successful test flight of a “wing-suit” he’d invented , has admitted it was a hoax. In the widely viewed film the “inventor” – a Dutch man calling himself “Jarno Smeets” – appears to fly using a contraption powered and controlled by the flapping of his arms....

Scientists at Yale University found that female cyclists may experience less pleasure during sex if the handlebars of their bike are lower than the seat

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A new study has showed that women who cycle regularly are at risk of decreased sensation in the pelvic region. Scientists at Yale University found that female cyclists may experience less pleasure during sex if the handlebars of their bike are lower than the seat. They learned that a low handlebar position puts extra pressure on nerves and blood vessels, or neuropathies, in the genital area. The...

Pakistani singing legend Mehdi Hassan has died of multiple organ failure aged 84

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Pakistani singing legend Mehdi Hassan has died of multiple organ failure aged 84. The singer, hugely popular in India as well, was admitted to the Agha Khan Hospital in the southern port city of Karachi a few days ago. TV channels broadcast live from the hospital and hundreds of fans gathered there on learning of his death. Mehdi Hassan’s career spanned 50 years. He came to be known as R...

A review of research evidence by US physicians says intensive training schedules and extreme endurance competitions can cause long-term harm to people’s hearts

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Researchers warn that extreme exercise, such as marathons, may permanently damage the heart and trigger rhythm abnormalities. They say the safe “upper limit” for heart health is a maximum of an hour a day – after which there is little benefit to the individual. A review of research evidence by US physicians says intensive training schedules and extreme endurance competitions can cause long-...

Vertigo has usurped Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time in a poll by the BFI's Sight and Sound magazine

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Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo has usurped Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time in a poll by the British Film Institute’s Sight and Sound magazine. Sight and Sound polls its experts once a decade – and Citizen Kane has been their top pick for the last 50 years. This time, 846 distributors, critics, academics and writers chose Alfred Hitchcock’s 19...