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Sarah Shannon

Citizen based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, I7, United Kingdom. Joined on Nov 13, 2009
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Former head teacher jailed for sexual abuse

Burton Upon Trent - A former boarding school teacher from Staffordshire has been jailed for 21 years after he sexually abused and hit children.

Oil eating bacteria doing a better job than BP?

Oil-eating Bacteria is helping BP with its toughest job of cleaning up the oil in the worst spill the world has ever seen.

Florist takes his own life after murdering family

Shrewsbury - Hugh McFall, a florist from Oswestry in Shropshire, was found hanged hours after he had beaten his family to death in their home.

Parents re-arrested in connection with daughters death in 2003

The parents of a Muslim girl who was thought to be the victim of an honour killing have been arrested on suspicion of her murder.

Medical device that can detect breast cancer in minutes

British scientists have developed a handheld device named the CliniHUB that is able to detect fatal diseases in minutes.

Metal detector finds ancient Roman lantern

Sudbury - A Roman lantern believed to be the only one of its kind in Britain has been unearthed by a metal detecting enthusiast in Suffolk.

Mysterious Mars crater puzzling scientists

A crater stretching 200 miles long has left scientists baffled with the scars left on the planets surface close to its equator.

Early man ate children as part of everyday diet

New research from Spain suggests that early cavemen in Europe ate human meat and bone marrow as part of an everyday diet.

Hawking: God did not create the universe

The universe was not created by God but physics says Professor Stephen Hawking in his new book due to be published later this month.

NFL star Brandon Spikes in sex tape scandal

New York - A compromising video featuring rookie linebacker Brandon Spikes of the New England Patriots is being investigated by the NFL.

Gordon Brown backed after Tony Blair's critique of former PM

Allies of Gordon Brown have got behind the former Prime minister after former PM Tony Blair criticized him in his new autobiography.

Ancient coral reef found in Tasman Sea

An ancient reef found in the South Pacific may help scientists determine how coral could be damaged if sea temperatures rise.

Robinho goes Italian and joins AC Milan

Italian giants AC Milan have secured the signature of Brazilian international Robinho on a permanent deal from Manchester City.

Samsung takes on Apple with iPad competitor

Samsung look to be taking Apple and its iPad head-on in the tablet race by releasing the Samsung Galaxy Tablet in September

NASA planning manned mission to asteroid

NASA scientists are planning to send a manned mission to an asteroid by 2025 in preparation for the Mars Missions. The mission may protect Earth from future collisions with asteroids.

American student who electrocuted himself sues teacher

Dover - American student Kyle Dubois is suing his teachers after deliberately electrocuting himself, saying his teachers never said it was dangerous.

The ultimate romantic underwater experience

A hotel in the Maldives is giving honeymoon customers the ultimate romantic destination. A glass suite at the bottom of the Indian Ocean

French Spider man arrested in Sydney

Sydney - A French climber who goes by the name of Spider man has been arrested after scaling a 57 storey building in Sydney Australia.

Gunman Raoul Moat used his own weapon before Police opened fire

Gunman Raoul Moat opened fire on himself before police officers opened fire on him using Taser shot guns given to them only hours before the stand-off.

Blackburn Rovers in take-over speculation

A company linked to the take-over of Blackburn Rovers has been told to stop trading after coming under violations of laws in Bahrain.
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