• A teenager describes what it's like on the ISIS sex slave market

    Kidnapped, beaten, sold and raped: the Islamic State group is running an international market in Iraq where Christian and Yazidi women are sold as sexual slaves, a teenager who escaped told AFP on Tuesday. Jinan, 18, a Yazidi, was captured in early 2014 and held by IS jihadists for three months before she managed to flee, she said on a visit to Paris ahead of the publication Friday of a book about her ordeal. Seized as IS fighters swept through northern regions inhabited by the Yazidi religious minority, Jinan was moved around between several locations before being bought by two men, a former policeman and an imam.

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  • McDonald's worker gets pulled through drive-thru window by her hair and into customer’s car in Louisiana assault

    A crazed customer at a Louisiana McDonald’s pulled a drive-thru worker by her hair through the pull-up window and assaulted her, and the entire attack was recorded and shared online. The 16-year-old worker begins talking to the driver. The words exchanged between the two females is inaudible, but from the video you can see things quickly escalate, and the driver grabs the worker by her hair and pulls her through the window and into the car.

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  • Jason & Jimmy Play 'Drinko'

    Hopefully Jason Sudeikis was thirsty.

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  • ‘Daddy Call The Police’: Mugger pleads for life after attacking Champion MMA Fighter

    This is the moment that a desperate robber was left pleading for his ‘daddy’ after attempting to attack a woman – who turned out to be a martial arts champion. MMA champion Monique Bastos traps his head in-between her legs, locking his neck in a ‘lion killer choke’ until police finally showed up. Ms Bastos had been previously approached by Araujo and another man on a street in Acailandia, Western Brazil – and pounced after the men cornered women and demanded their mobile phones.

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  • Dilapidated Beach house sells for $1m despite being ‘unlivable’

    Despite the fact that it’s been deteriorating for years and was described as “unlivable," a dilapidated house in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood has sold for $1 million. Mark McAllister has the story on why the house sold for so much and what the neighbourhood thinks of it.

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  • Diner Leaves Bad Review Of Closed Restaurant... And Gets This X-Rated Reply

    A diner who posted a bad online review of a restaurant after she arrived to find it closed is fuming after a member of staff told her to ‘f*** off’. 

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  • Cindy Crawford Speaks About ‘Malicious’ Unretouched Photo Of Herself For The First Time

    The image from a Marie Claire photoshoot went viral when it was released earlier this year as it showed the model looking less-than-perfect. With wrinkles and sagging skin around her stomach, the mum-of-two - used to looking perfectly flawless in magazines and billboards - was shown in a non-flattering light. Women the world over declared that the picture was a positive thing, showing the natural flaws of a beautiful woman in their truest light.

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  • Whitehorse man frustrated after audacious break-in

    Aaron Jensen says that he and his wife were watching television when he heard noise outside. After going out to investigate, Jensen saw a young man apparently trying to break into one of his vehicles. It was at that point that Jensen realized the thief had taken the keys while they were watching TV.

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  • Golfer's daughter unimpressed he played with Tiger Woods

    The daughter said she wasn't interested in Woods but would have been were it Jordan Spieth

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  • 11 Totally Unexpected Uses for IKEA Furniture (11 photos)

    The best part about buying IKEA is that you get a lot of bang for your buck. Out of the box, each piece is wildly versatile and can often be used for multiple purposes and in a number of different rooms. But sometimes you need a special design to suit a tricky problem area that's unique to your home—something so specific that even an IKEA piece won't quite fit the bill. Fortunately, with a little customization, you can make it happen. The simplicity of the brand’s designs makes them easy to hack and reinvent to meet your needs. As these 11 clever ideas show, all it takes is thinking outside the (flat-pack) box. | By Lucy Congress, BobVila.com

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  • BlackBerry to buy rival Good Technology for $425 million

    By Allison Martell TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday it will buy rival mobile software provider Good Technology Corp for $425 million, to boost its ability to help corporate clients manage smartphones running on different operating systems. The cash deal may help BlackBerry, a one-time smartphone pioneer, win new customers for its services business, a priority as it shifts focus to device management software for enterprise customers. BlackBerry said it expects to realize about $160 million in revenue from the acquisition in the first year after the deal closes, expected by late November.

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  • Why losing weight as you age is brutally hard (but what you can do about it)

    Big tip: Do not use over-the-counter “weight loss” pills. “They’re all baloney”

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  • Report: Toronto to host 2016 Grey Cup at TBD venue, Ottawa to get 2017 Grey Cup

    According to Sportsnet's Arash Madani, the next two Grey Cups will be in Toronto and Ottawa.

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  • 2 men drown near Cornwall, Ont., in human smuggling attempt, police allege

    Two men from India drowned and a third was rescued in the St. Lawrence River near Cornwall, Ont., in what police allege was a human smuggling attempt. The drownings happened Wednesday morning in the river's Canadian waters, near the east end of Cornwall Island in Akwesasne Mohawk territory. Investigators believe three men from India were trying to get into the United States with a Quebec man aboard a personal watercraft when it capsized.

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  • Job Seeker Accidentally Sends Nude Selfies To HR Manager

    One job seeker who broke this rule found himself out of work before his start date after he accidentally sent the HR manager a naked selfie. The unnamed job seeker had applied for work at a company in St Charles, Chicago, last month and was later offered the job. At first they didn’t realise who the pictures were from but when the man rung the company, bosses recognised the number on caller ID and realised who had sent them the selfies.

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  • Refugees saved by Canada decades ago say compassion is missing today

    The image of a dead boy washed up on a Turkish beach has one B.C. couple, once refugees themselves, wondering what happened to the Canada that saved them 43 years ago. Shamshad Jaffer and her husband Jalal were newlyweds when they fled Uganda in 1972, after then-president Idi Amin gave anyone of Asian descent 90 days to leave the country. "When the team arrived from Canada, there was a realization: this is for real.

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  • Khloe Kardashian Removes Tattoo

    It's the "end of an era" for Khloe Kardashian, and she couldn't be happier about it.

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  • French newspaper issues apology for horribly placed ad

    No matter how well intentioned a newspaper advertisement is, its message can be totally ruined based on its placement. Le Monde, a French daily newspaper, is up for some serious scrutiny after their latest issue had a horribly placed advertisement. Twitter user Patrick Dacquin noticed the placement and shared it online.

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  • AC/DC concert to have on-site sexual assault nurse

    A new position is being added to the team of 70 physicians, nurses, paramedics and first responders will be volunteering at the AC/DC concert. A sexual assault nurse examiner will be on site to remind concert goers that consent doesn't mix with alcohol. Trena Brown is managing the Magnetic Hill concert site medical team and says the new position was added as a proactive move.

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  • WATCH: Pervert, 56, Who Tried To Meet Underage Girl Confronted By 'Paedophile Hunter' At Station

    The shouting attracted the attention of nearby police officers, who promptly arrested Lewis. Maidstone Crown Court heard that Brannigan had sent Lewis a friend request on Facebook with a photo showing a naked female from behind. Following an online conversation, Lewis then arranged to travel to London from his home in Kent.

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