• Dad And Toddler Parade ISIS Flags Outside Houses Of Parliament

    A dad was stopped by police outside the Houses of Parliament after he was spotted waving the ISIS flag with his young daughter. The unidentified man made the provocative gesture on the weekend before the anniversary of the 7/7 terror attacks in London. Police stopped and questioned the man - who was carrying the toddler waving the jihadist flag on his shoulders - as he walked past Big Ben.

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  • Villagers Shocked By Noise From 500 Swingers At Weekend SEX FESTIVAL

    Rather than enjoying a peaceful and relaxing weekend, the villagers of Flaxey were forced to put up with the sound of moaning when a sex festival set up camp for the weekend.The small village in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, was picked as the place

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  • After 'no' vote, Greece tries to reopen bailout talks to get deal before banks collapse

    Greece and its membership in Europe's joint currency faced an uncertain future Monday, with the country under pressure to reach a bailout deal with creditors as soon as possible after Greeks resoundingly rejected the notion of more austerity in exchange for aid. With Greek banks running out of cash and facing the danger of collapse within days without new aid, the government in Athens is racing against the clock. In an effort to facilitate negotiations on a new aid program, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, who had clashed with European officials in the bailout talks, announced his resignation Monday.

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  • Photos of Greece's colossal shipping port show you why the economy is in tatters

    The Greek referendum on whether or not to accept the country's international bailout deal has made international headlines, and the queues outside the country's banks have become a symbol of what's going wrong in the country. It's not far from Athens and is the national hub for shipping, one of Greece's biggest industries.

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  • Anibal Sanchez dominates Blue Jays, but Tigers lose Miguel Cabrera to injury

    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew's daily wrap up. Detroit Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez nearly carved out a rare place in the history books on Friday night. The 31-year-old from Maracay, Venezuela came up five outs short of pitching his second career no-hitter in Detroit's 8-6 victory against the Toronto Blue Jays.

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  • Alien Life May Have Been Discovered On Comet

    Alien life may not be science fiction any more as a pair of top astronomers have claimed that life may have been discovered on a comet. The Philae lander famously landed on the 67P comet last year and after examining pictures of the rock, scientists think they show signs of Microbial alien life. Astronomer and astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe was involved with the mission to land Philae from the Rosetta space craft and made the game changing claims after studying the data.

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  • Winnipeg police lay charges in connection with law office bombing

    Police have laid charges against a Winnipeg man in connection with the law office bombing that seriously injured lawyer Maria Mitousis, 38, on Friday in Winnipeg. Guido Amsel, 49, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder, one count of aggravated assault, and a number of charges related to the possession of explosives. Amsel is also charged in connection with an explosive device found on Washington Avenue Saturday night.

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  • U.S. man shoots off firework from top of his head, dies

    A young man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, fatally injuring himself, U.S. authorities said Sunday. Devon Staples and his friends had been drinking and setting off fireworks Saturday night in the backyard of a friend's home in the small eastern Maine city of Calais, said Stephen McCausland, a spokesman for the state Department of Public Safety. Staples, 22, of Calais, placed a fireworks mortar tube on his head and set it off, he said.

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  • IS video shows killing of government troops in amphitheatre of historic Syrian town

    A video posted online Saturday purportedly shows Islamic State fighters killing some 25 Syrian government soldiers in the historic town of Palmyra in central Syria. The video showed the soldiers being taken in pickup trucks from the town's notorious Tadmur prison to the amphitheatre. The video did not indicate when the killings took place.

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  • David Ortiz did something no Boston first baseman has ever done Sunday

    The Boston Red Sox started David Ortiz at first base Sunday, and wound up making franchise history. In fact, if you were evaluating Ortiz's defense at home, you didn't have much to go on. The Red Sox induced just two ground ball outs during the contest.

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  • Taylor & Calvin's BBQ Bash! 

    The couple that grills together, stays together? That's what Calvin Harris seems to think! The DJ has spoken proudly of Taylor Swift's barbecue skills.   She cooks too ������ A photo posted by Calvin Harris (@calvinharris) on Jul

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  • Pair arrested in Ontario after alleged abduction of Edmonton girl

    An 11-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted in Edmonton over the weekend has been found safe in Ontario. The girl disappeared after spending Friday visiting her father, police said. She was dropped off at Westmount Mall in Edmonton around 11 a.m. and was scheduled to return to her mother's care later that day. Aubrey Zalaski said an Amber Alert was not issued in the case because it didn't meet the criteria: chiefly, police at no time thought the girl was in immediate danger.

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  • Halifax banning grass clippings from green bins from Aug. 1

    Halifax will stop taking grass cuttings next month and is urging residents to discover "grasscycling" instead. Jennifer Stairs, a spokesperson for the Halifax Regional Municipality, said grass can't go in the green bin as of Aug. 1. "So grasscycling means leaving your grass clippings on the lawn and it helps to return nutrients to the soil," she said.

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  • Drivers getting creative to use Pan Am HOV lanes

    Fri, Jul 3: It looks like many commuters are looking for ways to use the infamous Pan Am Games HOV lanes around the Toronto area. Nicole Bogart reports.

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  • Prepare to Be Floored by This Affordable Bathroom Makeover (8 photos)

    Contrary to popular belief, it is actually possible to renovate an entire room in your home without spending thousands of dollars. Just take a look at Bless'er House blogger Lauren Shaver's rustic bathroom remodel via Hometalk. When we first started picking

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  • Trump showed worst face of US: Mexican billionaire

    Donald Trump showed the "worst face of America" when he made derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants, Mexican billionaire Ricardo Salinas said Thursday. "I know that most Americans don't think like that, and it's a disgrace that somebody could

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  • DeAndre Jordan spurns the Los Angeles Clippers to join the Dallas Mavericks

    Former Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, shockingly, will leave tens of millions of dollars on the table to join the Dallas Mavericks. ESPN sources say DeAndre Jordan is on verge of accepting Mavs' four-year, $80M+ max offer.

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  • A royal milestone: Britain's Princess Charlotte christened at church on queen's estate

    Prince William and his wife, Kate, marked a milestone for their newborn baby Princess Charlotte on Sunday — a christening ceremony on Queen Elizabeth II's country estate that was steeped in royal tradition. Hundreds of fans outside St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, a sprawling royal estate near England's eastern coast, cheered as William and Kate arrived with toddler Prince George and 9-week-old Charlotte, who was in a vintage pram. Following royal tradition, holy water from the River Jordan, where it is said Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, was used for the baptism.

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  • The Latest: Final tally in Greece bailout referendum counted, resounding 'no' vote

    The final results of Greece's bailout referendum are in, with all 19,159 precincts reporting. The Dutch finance minister has over the past five months of negotiations resisted Greece's attempts to get easier terms for its bailout program. Upon the request of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos has convened a meeting of the leaders of the seven parties represented in Parliament.

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  • American tries to figure out what Canadian road signs mean, and fails

    Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr returned home to Massachusetts this week after spending some time "car camping" near the coast of New Brunswick with his wife. Burr's friends and family on Facebook were equally confused by a photo he posted of a green-and-white River Valley Scenic Drive signpost. "The signs of New Brunswick's highways and byways aren't exactly done wrong, but they seem to require a cognitive leap of which our American sensibilities, enfeebled by reality TV shows and Katy Perry songs, are incapable," he explained.

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