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Mum may lose use of BOTH arms after being savagely mauled by her own bulldog in woodland attack

A professional dog walker could reportedly lose the use of both her arms after being savagely mauled by her own bulldog in a woodland attack. Emma Taylor, 29, was walking a group of canines in a secluded area on Easter Monday when the American bulldog, called Maya, attacked her. The mum-of-one screamed for help, but there was no-one around so she “played ...

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“I’m sorry:” Zuckerberg opens Senate hearing with an apology

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg began a two-day congressional inquisition Tuesday with a public apology for a privacy scandal that has roiled the social media giant he founded more than a decade ago. Zuckerberg opened his remarks before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees by taking responsibility for failing to prevent Cambridge Analytica, a data-mining firm affiliated with ...

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Man hospitalised after eating world’s hottest chilli

A man who took on the world’s hottest chilli pepper in an eating contest stunned doctors after suffering excruciating “thunderclap” headaches. The 34-year-old’s symptoms started with dry heaves immediately after ate a Carolina reaper chilli during the contest in New York State. He then developed intense neck and head pains along with “thunderclap” headaches which would last for several seconds ...

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Indian Doctor Complained About Mosquitoes, Removed From IndiGo Flight

A passenger was thrown out of an IndiGo flight after he allegedly kicked up a fuss and abused the crew over mosquitoes on board. The airline has said in tweets that he was off-loaded after he used the word “hijack”. According to the airline, Saurabh Rai was scheduled to fly from Lucknow to Bengaluru on flight 6E 541. Moments after ...

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Tony Blair says UK should launch military action in Syria because ‘non-intervention has consequences’

Tony Blair has said Britain should support take military action against Bashar al-Assad in response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria. Theresa May should be prepared to support potential US strikes because “non-intervention is also a policy with consequences”, the former prime minister said. Mr Blair said he thought UK action against the Syrian regime was “highly likely” ...

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Oldest living man receives Guinness World Record

Guinness World Records today announced that Japan’s Masazo Nonaka is the world’s Oldest living man at 112 years, and, as of today, 259 days old. Mr. Nonaka was presented with the official certificate today in his home town of Hoikkaido Japan by Erika Ogawa, VP Japan for Guinness World Records. Mr. Nonaka took the title after Mr. Francisco Nuñez Olivera ...

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Churchill’s secret assassins: Miner hero, shop assistant and ‘limping lady’ are among unique squad of WWII recruits whose incredible courage is revealed in new BBC series

The incredible bravery of apparently ordinary men and women who served in Winston Churchill’s secret squad of agents during World War II is revealed in a new BBC programme. The elite Special Operations Executive were tasked with outwitting Axis powers with sneaky espionage tactics, operating in every enemy-controlled nation in Europe and south-east Asia. The group’s heroes included a Polish ...

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