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Thieves steal 98-year-old woman’s mobility scooter before smashing it to pieces
Hero dog saves seven kittens from certain death and now wants to be their mum

Plaque to honour Irish students who died in Berkeley balcony collapse

Californian university town to mark tragedy that occurred in the early hours of June 16th, 2015

Sylhet BNP candidate Ariful complains of election ‘engineering’

Sylhet BNP mayoral candidate Ariful Haque Chowdhury says he is worried about the upcoming city corporation polls after hearing whispers of ‘election engineering’.

Facebook suspends another data firm for possible violations

The tech giant temporarily suspended Crimson Hexagon while it looks into whether the firm broke data-sharing policies.
Cannibal, 21, told police ‘I liked the taste of her brain’ after eating lover, 45

Cannibal, 21, told police ‘I liked the taste of her brain’ after eating lover, 45

He roasted her brain then washed it down by drinking her blood.

Applications to challenge abortion referendum result rejected

Judge orders result of vote cannot come into effect for a week to allow plaintiff seek appeal

Deng breaks Australian 800m record

Former refugee Joseph Deng has smashed the 50-year-old Australian 800m record at the Diamond League athletics meet in Monaco.

Michael Cohen recorded Trump discussing payments to Playboy model

The secret recording was seized by federal agents now investigating Trump's longtime confidant for potential bank and campaign finance crimes.

Coles attacked over plastic toy giveaways after plastic bag ban

Clean Up Australia says Coles is squandering consumer goodwill from its bag ban and the promotion sends a mixed message about where it stands on limiting plastic waste.
Derbyshire shopkeeper will keep selling Golliwogs because ‘they aren’t racist’

Derbyshire shopkeeper will keep selling Golliwogs because ‘they aren’t racist’

One man was shocked to see 'an entire shelf' of the dolls for sale at Matlock Bath General Store.

Shakib, Mustafizur unwilling to play Test, says BCB chief

Senior Bangladesh cricketers, including skipper Shakib Al Hasan, are averse to playing Test cricket, Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan has said.

Why PM Modi laughed out loud in Lok Sabha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not hold back his laughter after Congress President Rahul Gandhi accused him of being unable to look into his eyes because of nervousness.

Bangladesh win warm-up against UWI Vice Chancellor’s XI as Mosaddek shines with ball

Bangladesh have warmed up well for the ODI series against West Indies with a four-wicket win against UWI Vice-Chancellor’s XI.

Why Donald Trump will survive his most 'serious mistake'

It seemed like one of the biggest crises of Donald Trump's presidency. Just days later a familiar pattern began falling into place.
Last known survivor of Amazon tribe murdered by farmers is spotted after 22 years alone

Last known survivor of Amazon tribe murdered by farmers is spotted after 22 years alone

He is believed to be in his 50s but has made it clear that he does not want to be contacted by outsiders.
Ryan Cherwinski filmed groping waitress who threw him to the ground claims it was an accident

Ryan Cherwinski filmed groping waitress who threw him to the ground claims it was an accident

He was on a date night with his girlfriend of 11 years and mother of his twins.