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  1. US drowning in its own waste
  2. We won’t allow Trump to destabilize Europe
  3. US ‘threatens Ecuador with trade sanctions
  4. Poland’s Right-Wing Government Purges Government Critics From Judiciary
  5. Mexican Elections
  6. US ambassador to Estonia resigns over Trump policies and provocations
  7. 5G
  8. 'Apocalyptic' moors fires could take weeks to put out
  9. On the level
  10. Russia's Supreme Court says the war in Syria isn't a war
  11. Britain ... Pubs with no Beer
  12. Couple ‘filmed having sex in a park while high on spice’
  13. Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the Sahara Desert
  14. Sarah Sanders breaks ethic rules.
  15. As housing prices soar, New Zealand tackles a surge in homelessness
  16. English Football Fans Surprised
  17. Why Asia and Thailand Are The Place To Be.
  18. Canada Is About to Inhale the Global Pot Market
  19. Nipponese Earthquake
  20. Taxi ploughs into football fans in Moscow injuring eight
  21. Upskirting law block
  22. Luis Posada Carriles, Who Waged Quest to Oust Castro, Dies at 90
  23. Russian lawmaker tells women not to have sex with foreigners during World Cup
  24. Washington sanctions Russian companies with alleged ties to underwater naval shena
  25. Student travels from Scotland to England to buy cider — because it’s £20 cheaper
  26. Women break Guinness World Record for world’s largest skinny dip
  27. Police finally catch ‘serial toilet clogger’ who targeted dozens of bathrooms
  28. Boat carrying more than 600 asylum seekers has refused entry by Italy
  29. Man jumps to his death at Mecca's Grand Mosque
  30. Mysterious New Spy Radar Appears in Cuba
  31. Once again China hacking...
  32. Saudi flag removed from pubs' World Cup bunting
  33. Guatemala volcano: Dozens die as Fuego volcano erupts
  34. 2018 Balls of Steel Award
  35. Kenyan President orders top officials to take lie-detector tests
  36. Visa operating at 'full capacity' as firm apologises for system failure
  37. Russian journalist who faked death: I wanted to avoid Skripal’s fate
  38. Denmark bans wearing of face veils in public to uphold 'Danish values'
  39. Amazon to block Australian shoppers from its US website
  40. Computer learns to detect skin cancer more accurately than doctors
  41. McConkey and Hoser decide to personally deport student back to China.
  42. FBI warns users to reboot all home and SOHO routers
  43. Staggered Momentum
  44. GDPR goes live
  45. Shewed punters
  46. Harvey Weinstein Charged With Rape and Other Sex Crimes, Barred From Travel
  47. Toronto Outrage
  48. Polls open in Irish referendum to repeal abortion ban
  49. Cyprus to step up security checks in cash-for-citizenship scheme
  50. NK-US Commemorative coin issued to cemmemorate summit that may not happen.
  51. Selfish Ledger big brother's final reel?
  52. Dirty Catholic paedo guilty of covering up child abuse
  53. Republicans SCOTUS votes for Big Business again....
  54. France 24 TV Marseiiles Gun attack
  55. Quim open for negotiation
  56. Italy a new regime deport half a million closer to Putin rattles EU
  57. Government of eastern pacifica holds hearings on us threat
  58. UK Govt set to ramp up Fracking.
  59. Iran and Russia Discuss Transacting in Crypto to Avoid International Sanctions
  60. Havana plane crash: 'Around 100 dead'
  61. Luigi's Cooked Books a 5 star Menu
  62. Keep on Truckin'
  63. The Final Whistle ?
  64. Fear of widespread outbreak as Ebola spreads to city
  65. OxyContin maker faces more lawsuits
  66. North Korea ready to walk away from Trump summit.
  67. Cortical thickness and later life outcome research in London's Indie
  68. The 'Kingmaker' Is Back - Muqtada Al-Sadr Wins The Election In Iraq
  69. Worst kind of threat!
  70. One dead and four injured in Paris knife attack
  71. Motorised shed hits 100mph to break speed record in Wales
  72. Round-the-world cyclists were murdered
  73. Mass shooting in Australia.
  74. Monster wave sets Southern Hemisphere record near Campbell Island
  75. Iran attacks Israel.
  76. Tasmanian churches for sale to redress child sex abuse
  77. Australia: Paedophile-hunting policeman wins payout 46 years on
  78. Independence supporters stage Glasgow march
  79. 'Day for Freedom' protest in London : Milo Yiannopoulos and Tommy Robinson to speak
  80. Idaho State University loses gram of weapons-grade plutonium, faces fine
  81. Marx's Birthday Today
  82. Hawaiaan Rumble
  83. Sudan assessing military participation in Yemen: defense minister
  84. Lava outbreak in Hawaii amid fears of imminent eruption
  85. Somali gunmen abduct German ICRC nurse in Mogadishu
  86. Dear Love
  87. Canbridge Analytica Folds
  88. In Armenia the ruling party has blocked the instigator's candidate.
  89. Building in Sao Paulo collapses during fire
  90. Historic meeting between North & South Korea leaders kicks off
  91. Police used DNA info on genealogy websites to track down Golden State Killer suspect
  92. Thirteen children die as India school bus hits train
  93. Iran's Khamenei urges Muslim nations to unite against U.S.: state TV
  94. Ten dead after van hits pedestrians in Toronto
  95. Canadian man lynched in Peruvian Amazon after being accused of shaman's murder
  96. BREAKING: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy
  97. Happy Earth Day
  98. Zerpo Euro sex in Communist paradise, due to reification shortage
  99. Vanuatu evacuates entire population of volcanic Ambae
  100. Munchin' Glad Back
  101. Woman dies after nearly being sucked out of plane window as engine blows up
  102. Starbucks to close 8,000 US stores 4 a day ... Black Lives Matter
  103. UK Government apologises for ...
  104. US Senate fast-tracks bill legalizing hemp as agriculture product
  105. Borodin RIP , Beware Putin's gifting Bears
  106. Russia starts Telegram blocking process
  107. His Nibs
  108. Milos Forman dies, Czech director of Amadeus etc
  109. U.S. launches missile strikes in Syria
  110. After China's massive drill, U.S. patrols disputed South China Sea
  111. Russian envoy to Lebanon: Any U.S. missiles fired at Syria will be shot down
  112. Fog Harp makes water from thin air
  113. Qatarectomy a canal to nowhere?
  114. Several dead as car drives into crowd in Germany's Munster
  115. U.S. plans to sanction Russian oligarchs this week: sources
  116. You Tube lockdown
  117. Israeli army kills 17 Palestinians in Gaza protests
  118. Donkey Business
  119. U.S. visa applicants to be asked for social media history: State Department
  120. Russia bans ‘Gay.ru’
  121. Reports IAF fighters over Iran
  122. Judge tosses Saudi Arabia’s motion to dismiss 9/11 lawsuits
  123. Do you know your largest Organ ?
  124. Malaysia sets out 10-year prison sentences for people who create and spread fake news
  125. 48 dead after Russian shopping mall blaze
  126. Flat or round is the Earth?
  127. Grindr Angle
  128. Fishermen gutted
  129. Good Crack,? Are we falling apart
  130. Trump administration hits Iranian hacker network with sanctions, indictments
  131. Breaking : Islamic state hostage situation and fatalities in France...
  132. Libya: Gaddafi’s son announces participation in Presidential election
  133. An ex-Harvard Prfessor of History and Russiaphile speaks his mind.
  134. Sixth Texas parcel bomb leaves U.S. investigators baffled
  135. Pope Francis asks forgiveness for all Christians who buy sex from women
  136. Spanish businessman killed in Mexico City, mall hit by shooting
  137. They think it's all Uber,
  138. Putin wins another six years at Russia's helm in landslide victory
  139. Zuma to be charged with corruption over arms deal
  140. Putin holds address in Sevastopol ahead of anniversary of Crimea reunification
  141. Enough Plain Clothes
  142. RIP Stephen Hawking
  143. Plane crashes at Nepal's Kathmandu airport
  144. Helicopter crash in Manhattan - reports of people trapped
  145. £1m fraud probe after 15 claimed over Grenfell flat
  146. Martin Shkreli Get 7 Years
  147. ISIS Update
  148. Alone at health clinic, Australian treats self for heart attack
  149. Russian military transport plane crashes in Syria, killing all 39 people on board
  150. Microsoft Cofounder finds missing WW2 Aircraft Carrier off Australian Coast
  151. Former Russian spy critically ill in Britain after exposure to unidentified substance
  152. Terror attack on French embassy and army HQ
  153. UK to block online porn from April
  154. Lisa Marie Presley sues business manager
  155. Siberian blast could make southern England colder than the Arctic
  156. White house ends lockdown after arrest of woman who drove car into security barrier
  157. Munich Conference Extends Cold War 2
  158. Two Argentines arrested in Russian embassy cocaine probe
  159. Mercedes-Benz Owner Daimler AG May Have Rigged Emissions Tests
  160. England leading the world in College education
  161. We will attack not only Iran's proxies, but also the country itself
  162. Florida: At least 17 dead in Parkland school shooting
  163. Prince Henrik of Denmark dies aged 83
  164. Pakistan gang 'stole spinal fluid from women'
  165. South African lions eat poacher, leaving just his head
  166. Russian passenger plane crashes outside Moscow
  167. The 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water - like Cape Town
  168. Long robes not necessary attire for Saudi women: senior cleric
  169. Hong Kong bus overturns killing 19
  170. Israel launches attacks in Syria after F-16 crashes
  171. Elon Musk Just Sent His Tesla to Space
  172. Amazon tests delivery in Los Angeles, shipping shares sink
  173. Overtime
  174. One hump or two ?
  175. Snow Apocalypse in Moscow: Power Outage, Flight Delays, Casualties
  176. Italian man held after driving through city shooting at black people
  177. Inside the factory where silicone sex dolls are made
  178. Finsbury Park mosque terror attacker found guilty of murder
  179. Van packed with gas canisters slams into crowds during Theresa May’s trip to Shanghai
  180. Plane with 84 plumbers on board forced to land because of toilet problem
  181. Tiny London house narrower than a train carriage on sale for £1,000,000
  182. SF will wipe thousands of marijuana convictions off the books
  183. France to ban 'buy one, get one free' offers on foodstuff
  184. Australia spy agency takes possession of secret files left at second-hand shop
  185. British Foreign Office sells Bangkok embassy for £420m
  186. First Blue blood moon since 1866 today!
  187. Buzz Feed Honey
  188. Come Fly for free
  189. For The Aliens Amongst Us
  190. Canadian police charge alleged 'serial killer' with five counts of murder
  191. Rescuers find seven survivors of missing Kiribati ferry
  192. Ambulance bomb kills 95
  193. Doomsday Clock
  194. Russia's ban on 'The Death of Stalin' is unprecedented since fall of Soviet Union
  195. New Tu-160 bomber to strengthen Russia’s nuclear triad — Putin
  196. Homelessness increasing in the UK, but no mention of immigration by left-wing media
  197. Iran seizes bombs, explosives in Saudi terror plot
  198. China's Sinovel Convicted in U.S. of Stealing Trade Secrets
  199. The Fall singer Mark E Smith dies aged 60
  200. Deadly Attack On Save the Children by Islamic State gunmen
  201. One ruled a US citizen, the other not: gay couple's twins face unusual battle
  202. Puerto Rico awaits foreclosure wave as moratoriums expire
  203. Taxman unleashes its 'snooper computer': what information does its have on you?
  204. Wave goodbye Kodiak Tsunami alert on Pacific rim
  205. Army chief calls for investment to keep up with Russia
  206. U.S Government shut down.
  207. Kabul: Gunmen 'attacking Intercontinental Hotel'
  208. British tourists in Jamaica warned to stay in resorts during crime crackdown
  209. Afrin will be your graveyard,’ Kurdish protesters tell Erdogan
  210. Facebook selfie clue helps convict Canadian woman who killed her friend
  211. World Economic Forum: Cyber-Attacks Third Most Likely Global Risk in 2018
  212. Families of captive French militants sue to bring them homePARIS: Six families of Fre
  213. NZ Fisheries want onboard CCTV censored
  214. Kosovo Serb leader shot dead in divided town of Mitrovica
  215. War On The Korean Peninsula?
  216. Dolores O'Riordan: Cranberries singer dies aged 46
  217. Tunisia: Arab Spring turns to Arab Winter
  218. London Mayor shrugs off protesters shouting pro-Brexit and Trump slogans
  219. H&M stores in South Africa trashed by protesters after 'racist' ad
  220. Shocking dumped outside Hospital
  221. Hawaii issues Missile Warning Alert
  222. Julian Assange is made an Ecuadorian citizen in effort to resolve impasse
  223. Cometh ye from shit, greencard poser from pussygrabber central
  224. Could be a job vacency here that might suit someone.
  225. The U.S. tells citizens not to travel to five Mexican states
  226. Mikhail Popkov, Russian ex-cop, on trial for 59 murders
  227. Ritz Paris robbery: Jewellery worth millions seized in armed heist
  228. German strikes spread
  229. Building blocks of life found on ancient meteorites
  230. Iran new drug law change could spare thousands on death row
  231. British man jailed in Dubai for sending Whatsapp message to dealer about dodgy car
  232. Nico, one of the world’s oldest gorillas, has died at Longleat Safari Park
  233. Annual "no trousers on the London tube day" in pictures
  234. Tunisia rocked by protests over price rises
  235. Mudslide kills 13 in Southern California
  236. Strong earthquake prompts tsunami threat message in Caribbean, Mexico
  237. Undersea cables the Achilles’ heel in lead-up to new cold war
  238. Sydney swelters in hottest day since 1939 as mercury hits 47.3C
  239. You couldn't make it up
  240. FBI has been investigating Clinton Foundation for months
  241. Plane evacuated after Toronto airport collision
  242. Frisco shaken not stirred
  243. Peru Pasamayo: Dozens killed as coach plunges off cliff
  244. More stormy weather in store for Western Europe
  245. Warming Arctic is making winter worse for eastern US; ‘bomb cyclone’ on cards
  246. 'Cowardly lynching' of police officers in France on New Year's Eve
  247. Taiwan dentist must repay mother for training fees
  248. Rouhani acknowledges Iranian discontent as protests continue
  249. Tesla's enormous battery in Australia is responding to outages in record time
  250. NORAD’s crazy Santa cause