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A Right Royal Photo Bomb For Ozzie Athlete

If team mates had predicted that Australian hockey player Jayde Taylor would be "royally photobombed" at the Commonwealth Games she might have assumed it was a mere turn of phrase. But a royal photo bombing is what literally happened to her as she took a selfie this morning. 24 Jul 2014, 7:24 AM PDT

NHL Jumps on the Global Warming Bandwagon

America’s National Hockey League has become the latest organisation to claim that global warming threatens its future. Despite the fact that most of its rinks are indoors, it is maintaining that rising temperatures may melt frozen lakes, thus making it difficult for young people to start playing the sport. 24 Jul 2014, 7:20 AM PDT

British Man Builds Giant Fart Machine, Aims It At France

An inventor from Stamford in Lincolnshire has embarked on a project to build the world's biggest fart machine - and then aim it straight at France. Colin Furze plans to place the machine on top of the white cliffs of Dover so that the French can hear it 21 miles away. 24 Jul 2014, 7:02 AM PDT

Jihadis Attack Besieged Syrian Army Base

Fighters from the extremist Islamic State group stormed parts of a besieged army base in northern Syria on Thursday, setting off clashes that left dozens killed or wounded on both sides, activists said. 24 Jul 2014, 6:11 AM PDT

EU Targets State-Owned Russia Banks in Sanctions Draft

The European Union would target state-owned Russian banks and their ability to finance Moscow's faltering economy in its most serious sanctions so far over the Ukraine crisis under proposals considered by EU governments on Thursday, diplomats said. 24 Jul 2014, 6:02 AM PDT

Green Groups Vow to End Capitalism

A UN-backed conference on climate change ended with a call to end capitalism. The conference, organised by the Venezuelan government, saw 130 green activist groups meet to discuss their demands. 24 Jul 2014, 5:48 AM PDT

Nazi 'Auschwitz Criminal' Dies Just Hours Before Extradition

An 89-year old American citizen and former guard at the Auschwitz death camp has died in a Philadelphia hospital while awaiting extradition to Germany. Johann Breyer died on Tuesday night, the same day a US judge agreed to a request for him to be sent to Germany to stand trial for events which occurred 70 years ago. 24 Jul 2014, 4:28 AM PDT

Air Algerie Plane Disappears from Radar

Authorities say a flight operated by Air Algerie carrying 110 passengers and a crew of six has disappeared from the radar on a flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers. 24 Jul 2014, 3:50 AM PDT

England's Early World Cup Exit Hit UK Pub Operators

England's dismal World Cup campaign in Brazil was doubly disappointing for Britain's pub operators, with the team's early exit prompting soccer fans to stay at home to watch the rest of the tournament, leading pub chains said on Thursday. 24 Jul 2014, 2:43 AM PDT

UK Government Report Confirms Huge Abuse of EU Free Movement Rules

Although the Liberal Democrats managed to stall its publication for months, a report analysing free movement within the EU has finally been released. The report exposes how criminals are using this EU law to "import human trafficking victims, illegal immigrants as well as illicit commodities, including rugs and counterfeit goods". 24 Jul 2014, 1:45 AM PDT

WATCH: Australian Plain Packaging Leads To Explosion In Fake Cigarette Sales

Australia's policy on plain tobacco packaging was dealt another blow this week as police raided a series of premises involved in the supply of counterfeit cigarettes. According to a Channel Seven News report about a raid on illegal cigarette sales in a Sydney market, the policy has boosted counterfeiting and smuggling by about 40 percent. 24 Jul 2014, 1:28 AM PDT

Greenpeace in Chaos as Staff Revolt Against Management

Greenpeace is in turmoil after more than 40 staff signed a letter calling two of the group’s most senior officials to resign. The group faced ridicule last month after it emerged that Husting chose to regularly fly between his home in Luxembourg and work in Amsterdam, leaving a massive carbon footprint. 24 Jul 2014, 12:58 AM PDT

The Islamist 'Trojan Horse' Plot: Why Lessons Won't Be Learned

"No evidence of a conspiracy". Do you remember that reassuring phrase? You should because it was being enthusiastically bandied about in the left-leaning media (led, of course, by the BBC) less than a week ago - as the pull-out headline quote from local headteacher Ian Kershaw's "independent" report into the Birmingham schools Islamist Trojan Horse plot. 23 Jul 2014

Tories Refuse To Hand Back £160k Russian Donation

Conservatives are refusing to give back a £160k donation from a Russian oligarch with links to the Kremlin, according to the Sun. The money was paid by the wife of Vladimir Putin’s former deputy finance minister for a special tennis match with David Cameron and Boris Johnson. 23 Jul 2014

Britain Still Exporting Arms to Russia

Britain is still exporting arms and military equipment to Russia, according to a parliamentary report released Wednesday just hours after Prime Minister David Cameron rapped France for selling weapons to Moscow. 23 Jul 2014

The 9 Best Responses to David Ward MP's Terrorist Tweet

British Member of Parliament David Ward has said that if he lived in Gaza, he would "probably" join those firing rockets into Israel i.e. Hamas terrorists. Ward has form in shilling for Hamas and in involving himself in anti-Israel and anti-Semitic tropes. Below are some of the best Twitter responses to Ward's "Ich bin ein Palestinian" tweet, and his Hamas terror endorsement: 22 Jul 2014

UK Opposition Leader Brushed Off by Obama in 'Waste of Time' Meeting

A former Labour spin doctor has claimed that Ed Miliband wasted his time meeting Barack Obama, and should have seen State Governors instead. Damian McBride, who worked in Downing Street under Prime Minister Gordon Brown, wrote in the Times that stage managed meetings with the President tell Britain nothing about "real America". 22 Jul 2014

Poland Challenges EU Menthol Cigarette Ban

Poland will challenge a European Union ban on flavoured cigarettes in the European Court of Justice, saying it will be unfairly affected as one of the EU’s biggest consumers and producers of menthol cigarettes. 22 Jul 2014

Liberal Democrat MP Backs Hamas Right To Fight

A Liberal Democrat MP has taken to twitter in an apparent backing of the actions of Hamas against Israel. David Ward said that he was "sick" of Israel claiming the right to defend itself and he implied that Israel was to blame for the attacks on its citizens as the Hamas rocket attacks were a result of their "failure" to be able to deal with the country. 22 Jul 2014

Jail Gays And Adulterers Says Islamic Trojan Horse Plotter

A school chief accused of being behind the Trojan Horse plot to push radical Islam in the British education system has been exposed as a racist and sexist bigot. Secret recordings of Shalid Akmal made by an undercover Daily Mirror journalist show him expressing a wide range of unsavoury views about British life, and white people. 22 Jul 2014

Minister Ordered Rewrite Of Critical Report On EU Benefits Tourism

Britain's Pro-EU Business Secretary, Vince Cable, is under fire for ordering the rewriting of a Whitehall report that is critical of benefits tourism and European migration, according to the Daily Mail. The report, which was published today, was due to come out earlier this year but publication was delayed by senior Liberal Democrats who feared it was too anti-EU. 22 Jul 2014

Train Goes to Kharkiv with Crash Victims' Remains

A train carrying the remains of people killed in the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Wednesday on their way to the Netherlands, a journey which has been agonizingly slow for relatives of the victims. 22 Jul 2014

Student Escapes MH17 Death After Last Minute Flight Change

A 20-year-old Australian student narrowly escaped dying on the doomed Malaysian Airways flight MH17, after she changed her travel plans at the last minute. Bec McDonald from Geelong in Victoria was due to fly home on the plane, but just days before take-off her brother found her a cheaper alternative. 22 Jul 2014

Big Milestone for Britain's Little Prince

The palace is releasing special pictures, the Royal Mint is striking a commemorative coin and newspapers are publishing glowing tributes. What's all the fuss about? A little boy who will be king. Prince George turns 1 on Tuesday. While he may be too young to appreciate it, the milestone is causing a nationwide frenzy. 22 Jul 2014

Microsoft Announces 18,000 Layoffs - Cuts Staff by 14 Percent

Microsoft, the aging tech behemoth, has a shiny new CEO, a new strategy, new(ish) products in the pipeline and now 18,000 less staff. In a wide ranging, 3,000 word essay to his 125,000 (oops! 107,000) colleagues, CEO Satyna Nadella stressed the need to improve product cycle time, to shed excess management layers and to say goodbye to 14 percent of staff. 22 Jul 2014

Glock Considers Launching Pink and Tiffany Blue Pistols for Female Market

Last year when the British Ministry of Defence signed a £9m contract with Austria’s Glock to provide the armed forces with 25,000 new side-arms and holsters, nobody could have been surprised by the choice. The highly-regarded Glock pistols are used by military and police in 50 countries including the US, Canada, Germany and Britain. 22 Jul 2014

Commons Speaker John Bercow Strengthens His Position Despite Disastrous 12 Months

John Bercow has had a rather difficult year. Twelve months ago, the Speaker of the House of Commons suffered public humiliation at the hands of Conservative MPs, who passed to the press physical evidence of so-called "Bollocked By Bercow" badges they were secretly wearing to subvert him. The badges were designed by backbencher Simon Burns, who famously muttered that Bercow was a "stupid, sanctimonious dwarf", only to apologise to dwarves for the offensive comparison. 22 Jul 2014

UK Wants Tougher Sanctions Against Russia over MH17

Britain will push for EU sanctions targeting whole sectors of the Russian economy in the wake of the Ukraine plane disaster even if it means taking a short-term "hit" to the economy, its ministers said on Monday. 21 Jul 2014

Israel Supporters Attacked By Pro-Palestinian Gang, One Man Injured

Supporters of Israel were attacked by a pro-Palestinian gang as they peacefully protested yesterday, one man had to be treated at the scene and others complained of intimidation. The protest was organised to counter the enormous rally in London over the weekend by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC). 21 Jul 2014

Austrian Government Struggling to Stop Young People Leaving for Jihad

The Austrian government is struggling to find a way to stop young Austrians with Middle Eastern roots from travelling to join the jihad in Syria. More than 100 have already left to fight in Syria, according to a report in Der Standard, with a 19-year old Viennese man from a Tunisian family among the latest to join the so-called Sunni caliphate of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. 21 Jul 2014

Fighting Erupts in Ukraine as Crash Investigators Arrive

Ukrainian army tanks were reported to be launching an assault to break pro-Russian rebels' hold on the eastern city of Donetsk on Monday in the first major outbreak of hostilities in the area since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down last week. 21 Jul 2014

London Gangs Use Rape To Wage War On Rivals

Gangs in London are passing around lists of teenage girls to be raped, as a punishment to rivals. The so called 'sket lists' are made up of young girls considered legitimate targets and have led to a whole raft of brazen attacks, according to the Guardian. 21 Jul 2014

MH17: Pinning Everything on Putin Is Too Easy

The British newspapers, like the British government, are pinning the blame for the Malaysian Airlines disaster on Putin. Most Americans, whether Democrats or Republicans, would see things the way these UK headlines do 21 Jul 2014

German Celebrations Damage World Cup Trophy

The hard partying by Germans after their team’s victory in the World Cup in Brazil resulted in damage to the trophy, the most coveted prize in sport. German Football Association (DFB) president Wolfgang Niersbach has admitted that in the exuberant celebrations part of the golden trophy was broken off the night of the victory in Rio. 21 Jul 2014

Over 700 Syrians Were Killed Last Week. But Jews Didn't Do it, So the Media Doesn't Care

From reading the international and national news you would probably never have known that last Thursday and Friday alone, over 700 people were killed in Syria at the hands of jihadists and pro-Assad forces. Muslim on Muslim, Arab on Arab, human on human, whatever you like to think of it as - Western media is doing an awful job of reporting these abhorrent incidences - and I think I know why. 21 Jul 2014

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