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  • British Council Charity Worker Calls Prince George A 'F****** D***head’

    A senior employee at the British Council is being investigated after she allegedly made disparaging comments about toddler Prince George. Angela Gibbins, the head of global estates at the charity, is said to have called the son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a “f****** d***head” who lived “on public money. The British Council, which promotes the UK and the English language in more than 100 countries, said her alleged comments, in which she also called the tot "royal, rich” and “advantaged” and referenced “white privilege”, were not representative of the organisation’s views.

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  • Egyptian airliner vanishes, what next?

    CNBC’s Hadley Gamble is at the Charles de Gaulle Airport with the latest on the EgyptAir flight which disappeared from radar over the Mediterranean.

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  • Meet the mysterious tycoon at the centre of half-a-billion in B.C. property deals

    A Chinese property tycoon linked to a massive banking scandal in China’s industrial north is at the centre of more than $500 million in B.C. property deals, a joint investigation by Postmedia and global due diligence firm IPSA International shows. Chinese real estate magnate Kevin Sun — also known as Hong Sun, Kevin Lin, Hong Wei Sun and Sun Hongwei — founded Sun Commercial Real Estate in 2013. In addition to buying and selling hundreds of millions in B.C. property, the B.C. company, which focuses on immigrant investors, has raised over $200 million from investors. The banking scandal, at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, started with a $500-million loan fraud audit in Jilin, a corruption-plagued

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  • 6 surprising downsides of being extremely intelligent

    You might think life would be easier, happier, and infinitely more fulfilling if only you could rack up a few more IQ points. But that's hardly the case, as evidenced by the 100-plus answers on a Quora thread titled, "When does intelligence become a curse?" Users wrote about everything from the absurdly high expectations that people place on them to the trouble of constantly being perceived as a braggart. Below, we've rounded up some of the most thought-provoking responses and explained the science behind them.

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  • Horror at Beijing Safari World as tigers attack women who exited car, killing one, injuring another

    Warning: Graphic video A woman is dead, and another severely injured after a tiger attack at Beijing Badaling Safari World. Part of the attack was captured in a surveillance video, which showed a Siberian tiger pouncing on one of the women. At the wildlife park located near the Great Wall, visitors can watch animals in a safari-like setting, but are warned not to get out of their cars. In the Saturday morning mauling, the video shows a woman in her mid-30s exiting the car, and walking around to the driver’s seat. Some reports say she got out of the car because of a family argument, but the South China Morning Post reported the family wasn’t fighting, but had thought they exited the main wildlife q
  • Teacher Who Can’t Speak Spanish Sues Employer For Not Giving Her Job Teaching Spanish

    Tracy Rosner, who works at the Coral Reef Elementary school in Palmetto Bay, Florida, had applied for a position that included one hour of foreign language teaching a day. The district rejected Rosner’s application on the grounds that she does not speak Spanish, kicking off a bizarre lawsuit.

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  • Mark Hamill's Response to a Lightsaber Made For Him Only Confirms He's the Best

    Mark Hamill fans are truly dedicated and it's no wonder why. The original Luke Skywalker in the early Star Wars films remains humble and reciprocates all the love he gets. His latest reaction after receiving an amazing gift from a fan only confirms he's the best. At this year's Star Wars Celebration in London, a fan and employee from Hampton's Handcrafted LED Sabers gave Mark a custom Joker lightsaber that customers pitched in to create. The lightsaber even came equipped with Mark's laugh as the Joker from his voice-over days in Batman: The Animated Series. Mark thought it was a pretty cool gadget but was blown away once he realized it was his to keep. Watch the video above to see his awesome

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  • Toddler found at Sobeys alone reunited with family

    Mon, Jul 25: A girl has been reunited with her family after she was found wandering alone at a Sobeys in east-end Toronto early Monday morning.

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  • Search under way as EgyptAir flight disappears

    NBC's Kelly Cobiella is in London with the latest on the EgyptAir flight which disappeared from radar over the Mediterranean.

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  • Missing teens both found dead as RCMP investigation widens

    Two teenagers who went missing from the Whitefish Lake First Nation over the weekend have both been found dead, their bodies discovered hours and miles apart, police and family members say. Dylan Laboucan and Cory Grey were boyfriend and girlfriend. The young couple went missing Saturday from the remote community north of Slave Lake.

  • Heat guard had an amazing, gross reaction to $50M contract offer

    A great many sports fans, whether die-hard NBA followers or casual observers, experienced pretty serious sticker shock during the opening days of free agency, as players who aren’t exactly household names (well, outside of Russia) started signing deals eight-figure deals that dwarf the top paydays of some of the greatest NBA players of even the very recent past. Nets general manager Sean Marks made the lucrative offer, which included “poison-pill” guarantees of $18.8 million and $19.6 million in the final two years of the deal, in hopes that the Heat — who picked up the undrafted Fresno State product in the summer of 2014, added him to their D-League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce, and helped develop him into a versatile young backcourt piece for the senior club — would be too cap-strapped down the line after maxing out center Hassan Whiteside, and too wrapped up with their pursuit of top free agent Kevin Durant and attempts to re-sign franchise legend Dwyane Wade, to exercise their rights in restricted free agency and match the offer sheet.

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  • Edmonton woman wins $21M Lotto 6/49

    Bogumila Mroczkowski bought her winning Lotto 6/49 quick pick ticket at a Shoppers Drug Mart while out on a milk run in April. It was a snap decision for Mroczkowski, who says she doesn't often buy lottery tickets. ​Mroczkowski, 58, was given a cheque for $20,997,902.50 in St. Albert on Tuesday morning.

  • Russian tennis chief says Maria Sharapova may never play again

    The tennis star tested positive for a banned drug at the Australian Open in January.

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  • Priest killed in attack at church in Normandy, France (16 photos)

    A priest was killed and another person was seriously injured following an attack at a church in Normandy, France, where officials said police killed two hostage takers. Two armed men entered the church shortly before 10 a.m. local time, during morning mass, and took five people hostage at the church in a suburb of Rouen – located roughly 80 miles northwest of Paris – according to the Ministry of the Interior. A nun and a parishioner were among the hostages. The motive is not yet known, but the Paris persecutor’s office has opened up a terrorism investigation following the attack. (GMA) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr .

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  • This Woman Was Dumped In A Phone Box As A Baby - Now She Wants To Find Her Rescuer

    A woman who was dumped inside a telephone box when she was a baby has now begun a quest to find the man who rescued her. Kiran Sheikh was just two hours old when she was abandoned by her mother in the middle of the night on April 30 1994.

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  • MLB Trade Deadline Digest: The Blue Jays aren't done just yet

    Melvin Upton may not be the Blue Jays only upgrade at the deadline. (AP Images/File)

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  • 'Underdiagnosed' variety of heart attack striking new moms

    After the birth of her third child, Nadia Lappa, 37, marvelled at how easily she was recovering compared to her previous pregnancies — until she suffered an unusual type of heart attack while visiting her co-workers at the office with her newborn son, Nicholas.

  • Key to keeping childen inside at night is second lock, expert says

    An expert in child safety says the key to keeping young children from wandering outside is to get a second door lock and install it up high. A three-year-old Toronto girl was found at a grocery store near her house at 2:20 a.m. on Monday.

  • 82-year-old Sechelt woman living in car

    An 82-year-old Sechelt, B.C., woman who has been living in her car for six months says all she wants is a clean, safe and affordable place to live. Anthonysz, who is estranged from her four children, says she's first moved to Sechelt in 1974, and used to work in the Sechelt Hospital laundry. Sechelt resident Linda Harris learned about Anthonysz from a Facebook post, and has talked to the elderly woman a couple of times.

  • Scientists have a fascinating theory to explain why smart people should spend less time with friends

    Be sure to come with plenty of supporting evidence, namely an IQ score and the results of a recent study on the "savanna theory of happiness." Your pals will be sure to understand. The study, led by psychologists at Singapore Management University and the London School of Economics, found that people are generally happier the more time they spend with friends. For the first study, the researchers looked at the link between three factors: participants' scores on an intelligence test, the population density in the area where participants lived, and how satisfied participants were with their lives. For the second study, the researchers looked at the link between participants' IQ scores, their life satisfaction, and how often they socialized — meaning hung out or talked on the phone — with friends.

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