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Child ‘was shown IS beheading video’

‘Training videos’ Opening the case Simon Davis, prosecuting, said Mr Ghumra, who is said to have been setting up a Islamic religious school, tried to “radicalise” and “indoctrinate” the boys, telling them not to have non-Muslim friends. “He showed them Islamic State training videos, that included how to behead somebody,” Mr Davis told the jury. When he was asked by one child how anyone could do something so “disgusting”, the…

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Sprinklers ‘would have saved Grenfell’

He told BBC London: “If they’d had a sprinkler system the fire would have been deluged before it got to the cladding. “People would’ve had plenty of time to leave the building. “To date no-one has ever died in a fire with a sprinkler system in the household, so the proof’s in the pudding. You’ve got a 99% chance of surviving.” Waiting list Meanwhile a BBC survey has found sprinkler…

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EU power grab: A hunk of Junck

Go ahead, European Union. Keep throwing your weight around at the expense of your 28 member countries. Make them do things they don’t want to do, impose penalties on any who challenge you, and call Brexit an anomaly. On Wednesday, the president of the European Commission will do just that and more. Jean-Claude Juncker’s annual State of the Union speech has three main themes: that the massive influx of refugees…

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Japan Now Have Floating Hotel Pods That Take Guests To Deserted Islands

Japan has always been known for being the Mecca of technology with their bizarre and elaborate inventions. They’re simply a nation of innovators with a genius creative process. Although, a lot of the time their inventions are known for being pretty damn weird (but that’s all part of the fun right?) I mean, which other countries have vending machines that sell Smart cars or pants with a built-in air conditioning…

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US bombers fly near North Korea amid fears about further nuclear tests

China reports suspected explosion but South Korean experts suggest minor tremor was a natural occurrence A series of earthquakes in North Korea have sparked fears the country may have conducted another nuclear weapons test, although experts said the tremors were natural. Speculation around further testing came as US air force bombers flew east of North Korea on Saturday in demonstration of US resolve, said Pentagon officials. China was first to…

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The Alarming Truth Behind NASA’s Warning That The World Is About To End

If someone were to tell you that the Earth is soon to end, you may be inclined to believe them. As hurricanes rampage across the globe and North Korea prepares their nuclear weapons, it is easy to assume that the world as we know it may be coming to an end. So, when it was reported that NASA had confirmed the world was about to perish, people listened with intense…

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Why do we feel so guilty all the time?

The long read: Food, sex, money, work, family, friends, health, politics: theres nothing we cant feel guilty about, including our own feelings of guilt I feel guilty about everything. Already today Ive felt guilty about having saidthe wrong thing to a friend. Then Ifeltguilty about avoiding that friend because of the wrong thing Id said. Plus, I havent called my mother yet today: guilty. And I really should have organised…

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Mum wins premature baby care changes

Premature baby survival ‘improving’ ‘Miracle’ twins born at 23 weeks The Welsh Government is now advising health boards that where the birth of a baby on the “threshold of survival” is anticipated or occurs, maternity teams should consult an on-call neonatal or paediatric team to ensure clinical assessments are planned and undertaken. It also recommends the baby’s family should be involved in the decision-making process about ongoing care. Now every…

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Gerald’s Game review suspense-packed Stephen King adaptation is worth playing

Hush director Mike Flanagan brings a Hitchcockian sensibility to this Netflix thriller about a woman battling for survival after a sex game goes wrong Its been one heck of a year for Stephen King adaptations, at least in terms of sheer quantity rather than consistent quality. A mixed reception met the small-screen redo of The Mist, critics and audiences were uninterested in the failed franchise starter The Dark Tower, no…

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