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  • SUP DOUGG

    SUP DOUGG
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  • Desperate Syrians flee besiegd town

    Desperate Syrians flee besiegd town
    People are getting killed for no reason in Talkalakh
  • NZ fiance was slain mum's daily fear

    NZ fiance was slain mum's daily fear
    Slain mother Tania Simpson was so afraid of her former fiance, New Zealander Paul Rogers, that she wanted to be walked to her car after work every night. And Rogers was so obsessed with Ms Simpson and their two children that he had their names tattooed on his torso, it emerged yesterday. The couple - who had been engaged and had sent out wedding invitations - split eight months ago. It appears the separation and Ms Simpson's new relationship with another New Zealander caused the murder-sui
  • Mum dobs in drink-drive son who fled after serious crash

    Mum dobs in drink-drive son who fled after serious crash
    A drunk driving teenager who fled from a crash which left a 16-year-old boy fighting for his life was later dobbed in to police by his mum.
  • Icelandic eruption sparks travel fears

    Icelandic eruption sparks travel fears
    Iceland has closed its main airport and pilots have been warned to steer clear of areas close to an erupting volcano.
  • How to survive zombie apocalypse

    How to survive zombie apocalypse
    scary
  • inside syria's secret prisons.

    inside syria's secret prisons.
    Dorothy Parvas has been in a Syrian prison for 19 days and has been beaten senslessly and been transfered 3 times. The first times were to prisons and the last time to a millatery compound.After 20 days in custody she was released to go home without any serious injuries.
  • Middle East Egypt evacuates citizens from Libya

    Middle East   Egypt evacuates citizens from Libya
    people evacuated
  • Retrial 18 years after brutal racist murder

    The brutal murder of Stephen Lawrence on April 22, 1993, and the failure to convict those responsible opened Britain's largest police force to accusations of "institutional racism" and transformed race relations law.