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Iran warns UAE and Bahrain of 'severe consequences' over Israel pact

Iran warns UAE and Bahrain of 'severe consequences' over Israel pact

 Wednesday, Sep 16th 2020| 3.1k Iran has warned the UAE and Bahrain they will be responsible for 'severe consequences' caused by the signing of an historic peace deal with Israel. Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian President, blasted leaders of the two Arab states over the deal and accused them of forgetting 'their debt to the Palestinian people'.'How could you reach out your hands to Israel? And then you want to give them bases in the region? All the severe consequences that would arise from this are on you,' he said in televised remarks.Rouhani spoke out on Wednesday, hours after Israeli Prime...

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Gaffe-prone Joe Biden struggles to describe the impact of COVID

Gaffe-prone Joe Biden struggles to describe the impact of COVID

 Wednesday, Sep 2nd 2020| 5.6k is a key line of attack in 's effort to topple the Trump presidency, so you would have thought he'd have his lines straight by now.Biden managed to fumble his words as he spoke from a Pennsylvania steel mill on Monday. While seemingly trying to say that coronavirus is 'the worst pandemic for 100 years', the former Vice President actually told bemused viewers: 'COVID has taken this year, just since the outbreak, has taken more than 100 years… Look. Here’s… The lives… It’s just… I mean, think about it.'More lives this year than any year in the past 100 years,'...

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Aerial images show destruction waiting for Donald Trump in Kenosha

Aerial images show destruction waiting for Donald Trump in Kenosha

 Tuesday, Sep 1st 2020| 5.2k Burned-out stores, a torched parking lot and National Guardsmen walking the streets - these are the scenes of Kenosha that will use as the backdrop for a campaign event as he visits Wisconsin today. The president is expected to hammer home his 'law and order' campaign message when he arrives around 1pm EST, meeting with members of local law enforcement and surveying damage caused by three days of rioting sparked by the police shooting of .While the city is still counting the cost of the disturbance, the mayor has requested $30million in state aid to help repair...

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Senator Rand Paul is 'attacked' by protesters leaving the White House

Senator Rand Paul is 'attacked' by protesters leaving the White House

 Friday, Aug 28th 2020| 23k Kentucky senator Rand Paul this morning said he that feared he and his wife would be killed by a mob of Black Lives Matter protesters who attacked them after the RNC conference last night - shoving the police escorting him and knocking one of the officers into the Senator. Paul said the demonstrators - who had gathered around the White House in an attempt to drown out Trump's speech - were shouting threats to kill at him and wife Kelley as police tried to protect them.Describing the moment, Paul told Fox News: 'They would have killed us had the police not been...

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Security services 'underestimate risks posed by female ISIS recruits'

Security services 'underestimate risks posed by female ISIS recruits'

 Sunday, Aug 9th 2020| 562 The security risk posed by female recruits is being 'underestimated' due to gender stereotyping, the head of the UN's counter-terrorism body has said. Michele Coninsx warned that security services often see female terrorists only as 'victims' and called for a more 'nuanced' approach to dealing with them.  It comes as Shamima Begum, a British 'jihadi bride' who fled her family home in east in 2015 to join ISIS in , fights to return to the UK so she can stand trial. Begum, who married an ISIS fighter and had three children by him, was reportedly a member of ISIS's...

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Lebanese politician blames Hezbollah and the government for explosion

Lebanese politician blames Hezbollah and the government for explosion

 Thursday, Aug 6th 2020| 1.6k A leading Lebanese opposition figure has blamed Hezbollah, along with the country's 'corrupt' government, for the devastating explosion in Beirut which capsized a cruise ship and has so far claimed 137 lives.Bahaa Hariri, whose father, Prime Minister Rafiq, was assassinated in 2005, said last night everyone in the city knew Hezbollah controlled Beirut's port and airport and it was inconceivable that the authorities did not know the deadly ammonium nitrate was stored in a warehouse there.Speaking for the first time Mr Hariri, 54, said: 'The question we have to...

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Bill Clinton stayed with Epstein on 'orgy island', court docs claim

Bill Clinton stayed with Epstein on 'orgy island', court docs claim

 Saturday, Aug 1st 2020| 33k Bill Clinton ‘strolled into the darkness’ with two girls while staying on pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island, according to papers released by a judge.The accusation comes from Virginia Roberts, one of Epstein’s prime accusers and was hidden in a book proposal she had written, that was among the huge number of documents released late Thursday night.Roberts had previously said the 42nd president had been on Little St. James, the island where much of Epstein’s debauchery took place. Clinton denies ever being there.Despite the notorious womanizer’s...

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Monkeys rampage in footage from Thai city over-run by sex-mad macaques

Monkeys rampage in footage from Thai city over-run by sex-mad macaques

 Friday, Jun 26th 2020| 1.1k Monkeys are rampaging through streets and shops in the Thai city of Lopburi while using an abandoned cinema as their HQ, new footage of the sex-mad macaques has revealed.Before locals tolerated the macaques - thought to number 6,000 amid a human population of 750,000 - because they attracted tourists who paid good money to feed them fruit and take pictures.But lockdowns have stopped the tourists from coming which means the monkeys are running short on supplies, turning them violent and leaving locals struggling to keep control.People have sought to appease them...

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Swedish Covid-19 expert says lockdowns are merely delaying inevitable

Swedish Covid-19 expert says lockdowns are merely delaying inevitable

 Friday, May 8th 2020| 47 's former top virus expert has launched a blistering defence of the country's strategy, saying that lockdowns are merely delaying an inevitable surge in cases and deaths - not preventing it. Johan Giesecke says attempts to stop the spread of the disease are 'futile' because everyone is likely to be exposed to it before a treatment can be found, meaning all countries will end up in a similar position regardless of what measures they took.Mr Giesecke predicts that the numbers of infections and cases in Denmark, Norway and Finland - which went into full lockdown -...

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Nigerian woman, 68, and husband, 70, welcome birth of twins

Nigerian woman, 68, and husband, 70, welcome birth of twins

 Wednesday, Apr 22nd 2020| 17k A 68-year-old Nigerian woman and her 70-year-old husband are celebrating after she gave birth to twins after 43 years of trying.Margarett Adenuga gave birth to the children - a boy and a girl - by cesarean at a hospital in Lagos on April 14, and is reported to be doing well.    Husband Noah, 70, revealed that she fell pregnant last year via IVF after three previous rounds of treatment failed. He told Nigeria's TVC News that the couple were inspired to keep going by a dream he had in 1996 that told him he would be 'known across the world.' Speaking to the BBC,...

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'All available evidence' suggests coronavirus came from animals: WHO

'All available evidence' suggests coronavirus came from animals: WHO

 Tuesday, Apr 21st 2020| 4.8k The World Health Organisation has insisted that all available evidence suggests coronavirus was not manufactured in a lab. Takeshi Kasai, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific, said that while it has not been possible to identify the exact source, the disease likely came from animals.The WHO has previously said that the genetic makeup of the virus is closely related to coronaviruses identified in bats - suggesting the disease originated in that animal before making the leap into humans. Mr Kasai spoke out after President Trump said the US is looking...

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Trump's travel ban will not stop coronavirus in US, WHO doctor warns

Trump's travel ban will not stop coronavirus in US, WHO doctor warns

 Thursday, Mar 12th 2020| 2.4k Trump's European travel ban will do little to help the US combat and may actually help the disease spread by giving people a false sense of security, a top doctor has warned. Margaret Harris, with the World Health Organisation, said that while travel bans are useful in the early stages of an outbreak, they are of little use when the disease starts spreading freely within communities - as it has in the US.Rather than focus efforts on closing borders, she urged countries including the US to stop the spread within their own borders by rapidly testing people for...

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Civets locked in tiny cages to make 'world's most expensive coffee'

Civets locked in tiny cages to make 'world's most expensive coffee'

 Thursday, Feb 13th 2020| 1.4k Civets force-fed beans to create the world's most expensive coffee have been found living in cramped and filthy cages in .Researchers for animal charity discovered 20 of the animals, known as luwaks, being kept behind a private home on the island of Bali. A researcher who works for the charity and who gave her name only as Diana, told Mail Online that she found the typically nocturnal and solitary animals kept in sparse wire cages, stacked close together, in full sunlight without access to food or water. She said all of the animals appeared skinny and one had...

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