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Op-Ed: Has UK open door policy let down missing 14-year old Alice Gross

Hounslow - Alice Gross is a bright and confident 14-year old girl who was last seen on the Grand Union Canal towpath on August 28. Her mobile phone has gone missing and the Met Police have launched a massive search operation.

Ryder Cup begins in Scotland this week

Auchterarder - One of the biggest dates in the Scottish calendar starts this week and you could drum up support for the Europeans or the Americans. Yes, it's time for the Ryder Cup golf tournament again and it's being played at the home of golf — Gleneagles in Scotlan

Op-Ed: Balstock music festival boasts biggest free event in Europe Special

Baldock - Now into its 9th year, the Balstock music festival played host to more than 170 bands, acts and performers spread across 15 venues. Its success is based on a very simple formula that other festivals may do well to emulate.

Legendary golfer Greg Norman almost severs hand with a chainsaw

Entrepreneur and legendary golfer Greg Norman, came within a fraction of an inch of losing his left hand following a chainsaw accident on Saturday.

Not what you were looking for? How to delete U2's album on iTunes

If you have an iTunes account, you will also find Apple has slipped a copy of U2's new album into your library. The free "gift" has been launched as a promotional offering to market the launch of the new iPhone 6.

Why people from all over the world just want to cross this road

London - People are flocking from all corners of the world to cross a pedestrian zebra crossing in north London. Commuters and drivers are forced to slow down and stop to allow the pedestrians, who have right of way, to cross this famous road - but why?

What will happen to the UK gold reserve if Scotland votes yes?

An independent Scotland will be in a good position to lay claim to a sizable portion of Britain's 310-tonne gold reserves if votes go in favour of the "Aye" campaign on September 18.

Husband and wife die of thirst in Arabia's vast Empty Quarter

Losing your way in one of the world's most inhospitable regions can have fatal consequences, as one couple from Qatar discovered.

Op-Ed: E-cigarette criticisms are alarmist and unfounded

Cigarette smokers have been trying for years to quit smoking, many do succeed, but more than two-thirds that try simply quit quitting and carry on. But now the e-cigarette has given smokers trying to give up new hope.

Amazon tribe takes direct action against illegal loggers

The Ka’apor Indian Amazonian tribe seem to be fed up with the lack of action against illegal logging in their state, so they have decided to take the law and matters into their own hands.

Op-Ed: Tony Blair named 'Philanthropist of the Year' at GQ awards

No, you are not reading an article from The Onion or Daily Mash — former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair has been awarded the "Philanthropist of the Year" award at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.

UK trucker jailed for killing two cyclists on a charity ride

Truro - A trucker who killed two cyclists taking part in a 960-mile charity ride from Land's End to John O'Groats has been jailed for eight-and-a-half years.

Respect MP George Galloway leaves hospital after street battering

London - George Galloway has checked out of hospital after medical staff treated injuries he suffered in a street attack in west London. The maverick MP for Bradford West was posing for pictures in Notting Hill when he was assaulted on Friday night.

Op-Ed: Open season for terrorism as ISIS fix still a work in progress

The crisis in Syria and Iraq has seen "the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era" with one in every two Syrians forced to run from their homes and towns. That is over three million people.

Facebook-owned Instagram launches new time-lapse app Hyperlapse

The Facebook-owned image and video sharing social media service Instagram has launched a brand new app called Hyperlapse. The new app will allow users to create amazing time-lapse videos from Instagram.

Gaping 30 metre wide sinkhole appears in Durham and gets bigger

Bishop Auckland - A gaping void has appeared suddenly in County Durham in the countryside of north-east England — safety officials have estimated the sinkhole to be 100ft (30 metres) wide — and it's getting bigger.

Northern California struck by 6.0 magnitude earthquake

American Canyon - An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 has woken up people in northern California, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake struck at 3:20 a.m. local time (6:20 a.m. EDT) about four miles (6 kms) north-west of American Canyon.

Op-Ed: Ice Bucket Challenge: A good cause or a chance to seek attention?

It is the latest fad soaring across the Internet; celebrities are queuing up to have a bucket of ice cold water thrown over their over-sized heads, just to raise some money for charity.

Scottish nationalists accused of inflating oil reserves by 60%

Sir Ian Wood, the most prominent figure in the Scottish oil industry, has warned Alex Salmond's Scottish National Party is exaggerating North Sea oil reserves by up to 60 percent.

Facebook to tag Daily Mash and Onion news feeds with 'satire'

A quick browse through our news feeds on the social networking site Facebook often reveals "news" stories of a bizarre nature. These stories, from publications like The Daily Mash and The Onion have upset some people.
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