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Key events in the life of the ousted Egyptian president, who has been released from detention and returned home.
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POLICE want to speak to this man after an attempted distraction burglary in Didcot.
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More people are moving out of Chicago than any other U.S. city, census data released Thursday revealed.
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A new mugshot of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood has been released by police as they try to piece together whether the killer was supported by jihadists.
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The armed men threatened to chop off Riazantseva’s arm and cut off her hair. Her friend was clubbed with a rifle butt. “It seems that they were having fun from what they were doing to us,” Riazantseva remembers. The women were put in jail and were repeatedly interrogated by officers from Russia’s FSB security service. They were threatened with being sent to Russia. Riazantseva believes that it was because the assaults and abduction were witnessed by people in cars passing by, and the news of their abduction soon ended up in the Ukrainian media, that they were released after only two days. Riazantseva’s case is one of 23 abductions that occurred in Crimea by the summer of 2014, according to the report. Five of those who were abducted in this period are yet to be found. “The purpose of these abductions was to cause panic and to threaten other activists,” said the report’s co-author, Eugenia Andreyuk.
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Warner Bros. just released a 20 second teaser for the Justice League movie. The full trailer of Unite The Leauge will be released on Saturday. Watch the teaser below.Fueled by his restored faith in...
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Bible to the highbrow Tatler has released a bizarre guide on how to differentiate an upper-class refrigerator from a lower class one and while a bottle of Bolly makes an appearance the contents might surprise you.
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Police are warning people about the release of a high-risk sex offender Friday.
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This is the face of the terrorist who slaughtered a police officer and killed three others in an attack at the Houses of Parliament.
Collective Evolution
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Could you imagine spending your entire life forced into a confined, dark space, only to then be brutally murdered, all to feed or entertain another species? Well, this is the sad reality for millions of animals who are locked in factory farming facilities all over the world. Bandit the bull would have had the same fate as these animals had it not been for Austrian animal sanctuary Gut Aiderbichl. The sanctuary captured Bandit's journey to freedom, giving viewers a glimpse at what his life looked like prior to his release, and how he reacted when finally set free. If you've never seen a cow jump for joy and dance, you're in for a treat! This Bull's Journey to Freedom Bandit had spent his entire life trapped in a tiny stable, locked to a pole with no space to move. This was his reality until the sanctuary rescued him. These images depict the bulls' living conditions: You can watch the full video of his rescue and then his reaction to freedom below: Although the video is undeniably heart-warming, it's interesting to note the juxtaposition between the trapped bulls and the freed bull, Bandit.
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It's the moment all this years' brides have been waiting for... a high street bridal range we can afford. Topshop Bride will be available globally online and in selected stores from Thursday, April 13, 2017. The chain have released the five piece bridal gown collection in time for this seasons brides to consider saving a small fortune on the dress of the day ranging from £350795 in sizes UK 4-16. Each limited edition bridal dress features an assortment of versatile...
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POLICE investigating a house burglary have released an e-fit of a man they want to identify.
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The event was filmed and this footage was later incorporated into the assault on Las Vegas scene in Mars Attacks! 7. DANNY ELFMAN’S SCORE WAS A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO THE GOLDEN AGE OF SCI-FI CINEMA. Elfman—who’d provided the soundtrack for every previous Tim Burton film with the exception of Ed Wood (1994)—gave Mars Attacks! some decidedly old-school background music. “The goal was to invoke the ‘50s and that sci-fi sound that Tim and I both grew up on,” he told Vulture . To pull this off, he made liberal use of one of history’s first electronic instruments , the theremin. Invented by (and named after) Russian scientist Leon Theremin, it produces an eerie, humming wail. Throughout the 1950s, film composers embraced the aural gadget as a perfect mood-setter for science fiction and horror pictures. Due to its usage in such movies as The Day the Earth Stood Still and The Thing From Another World (both released in 1951), the public came to associate theremins with stories about extraterrestrial visitors.
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