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Kev Hedges

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Crime spree unfolds while police tied up with Ferguson protesters

Police across America are at a breaking point trying to keep law and order while monitoring large scale demonstrations and anti-establishment protests in several cities in the U.S.

Germany's football chief tells FIFA boss Sepp Blatter to resign

Most football chiefs around the world have commented on the Fifa scandal surrounding corruption, but one executive has decided to speak to Fifa boss Sepp Blatter personally — and told him to quit.

Tourist fined $25,000 for defacing wall of Colosseum in Rome

Rome - A Russian tourist thought he would leave his mark on the 2,000-year-old landmark in Rome, and as he left a 12-inch high letter "K" on the wall inside the Colosseum, his action was spotted by a guard.

Michael Brown Sr. and Obama appeal for calm, protesters ignore it

Ferguson - The father of Michael Brown has appealed for calm ahead of the grand jury decision against a police officer. President Obama has joined in the appeals but protesters were out in force on Friday night in Ferguson, Missouri anyway.

Japan's new 'Black Widow' arrested after sixth partner dies

A 67-year-old woman from Japan has been arrested in what the local news media have dubbed the "New Black Widow Case." Chisako Kakehi was held after her sixth ex-partner died in suspicious circumstances.

Over half of UK's fresh chicken found to be contaminated

Experts say consumers should be freezing chickens to reduce poisoning risks, after a food standards and hygiene agency reported high levels of the potentially lethal bug campylobacter, present in poultry sold at British supermarkets.

Man travelling to every country in the world, without flying

A man is planning on travelling to every single country in the world in one single journey, with no flying or use of air planes whatsoever.

Op-Ed: It'll come as no surprise U.S. privacy confidence is at a new low

Last month I entered a bank to enquire about a new savings account it was offering. A staff member at the bank arranged a meeting, took my mobile phone number and name. Within a day my phone was hot with cold callers.

Guitar owned by Beatles legend John Lennon going up for auction

A Gretsch 6120 guitar owned by Beatles legend John Lennon is expected to raise $600,000 (£400,000) at auction at Le Meridien Hotel in London.

Six banks fined over $4 billion after exchange rate manipulation

Six giant banks have agreed to forfeit $4.33 billion to global regulators to resolve allegations that its traders tried to fiddle foreign exchange rates.

Zimbabwe Army on high alert amid rising party tensions

All soldiers in the Zimbabwe National Army have been recalled from leave amid rising tensions and potential disturbances that could erupt as the Zanu PF succession battle hots up.

The turbulent past and history of Southampton still around today Special

Southampton - It is known that the old part of Southampton, on England's south coast, was inhabited as far back as the stone age. The Romans stormed in here in AD 43 and the ill-fated Titanic ship began its fateful journey from here in 1912.

Octogenarian charged with looting 11 truckloads of tangerines

An 81-year old man has been detained in jail as police investigate a mass looting of tangerines from Dundee Grove in Florida.

Two dead after cannibal attack at hostel in remote Welsh village

Blackwood - A woman has died after an act of cannibalism and the suspect in her murder is also dead, after police in Wales fired a Taser gun at him.

English teacher snubbed due to 'alcoholism nature' of the Irish

Seoul - An English teacher from the Republic of Ireland has been turned down for a teaching post in South Korea because of the "alcoholism nature" of Irish people.

People who text and drive aware of dangers, many do it anyway

A recent survey has found that while we all seem to be aware of the dangers of using our cell phones while driving, many of us do it anyway.

Bizarre unidentified rainbow object spotted in Australian sky

Wonthaggi - A strange cloud formation was spotted in the sky above a seaside town in Victoria, Australia. The locals were so amazed, they posted images to Twitter to find out what was going on.

Woman finds love after seeking out anonymous sperm donor father

In 2011, Aminah Hart was in her forties and single and had already lost two young boys to a rare genetic disorder that she later learned could be passed on via the defective gene she carried.

15% of UK workers plan to cash in their entire pension at 55

About one in every seven people in the UK plans to cash in their entire pension pot next year following the decision by Chancellor George Osborne to give pensioners total freedom to plunder their retirement savings.

10 all-time classic albums that will be turning 50 next year

The iconic sixties was a time of musical and social revolution. So many great albums were being released that classic long playing 12-inch records battled to even make the top five, such was the talent and magic on the market at that time.
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