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Update: Sat, Feb 25 2017    

Crocodile attacks full grown dog and drags it under water

'He's the nicest guy you could ever meet': LAPD cop who opened fire in scuffle with teens lives with his elderly parents and 'obnoxious' youths are ALWAYS walking on his lawn, says his terrified neighbor 'This is a disaster': Caitlyn Jenner hits out at Donald Trump for scrapping transgender bathroom directive -months after she appeared to back him for President Reince Priebus is accused of asking FBI Director James Comey to say reports linking Trump to Russia were not true Chicago out of control? People are being murdered in the city at even FASTER rate this year than in record setting 2017 after seven people are shot dead in a single DAY Wisconsin's butter crackdown: Fans of Irish Kerrygold are forced to leave the state to get their hands on banned dairy product Kim Jong Un's half brother was killed by a NERVE AGENT: Malaysian police say 'North Korean assassins' used deadly banned ... (more)



Polls close in two crunch by-elections in Labour heartlands

Polls have closed in two crunch by-elections in Labour heartlands where the party has faced fierce challenges from the Conservatives and Ukip. Voter turnout in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central was expected to be hit as the strong winds and heavy rain of Storm Doris lashed the country.



'24:Legacy' producers apologize for using Kenya attack video

The executive producers of the new Fox series "24: Legacy" are apologizing for using footage from a terror attack at a Kenya mall that killed 67 people. A statement Thursday from Evan Katz and Manny Coto says "we regretfully included news footage of an attack in Nairobi.



UK braced for 80mph winds as - weather bomb' Storm Doris blows in

Storm Doris has embarked on its destructive path across Britain, with gusts of nearly 80mph, cancelled flights and commuters warned of delays. A 79mph gust was recorded in Gwynedd, North Wales, at 8am as Doris started to make its way east across the country, with the system later declared a "weather bomb" by the Met Office.



(Battle for Mosul) Iraqi cops advance on airport

Iraqi federal police pushed their way into the perimeter of Mosul International Airport today, taking control of the runway amid fierce exchanges of fire with Islamic State militants hunkered down in several airport buildings, police officials said. The advance came as part of a major assault that started five days earlier to drive the Islamic State group from the western half of Mosul, Iraq... Iraqi federal police pushed their way into the perimeter of Mosul International Airport today, taking control of the runway amid fierce exchanges of fire with Islamic State militants hunkered down in several airport buildings, police officials said.



North Korea blasts Malaysia for death of its national

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of - North Korea says a Malaysian investigation into the death of one of its nationals is full of "holes and contradictions" amid speculation that its agents masterminded the assassination of leader Kim Jong Un's half brother. Malaysia police have not directly pinpointed North Korea as being behind the death of Kim Jong Nam, but they are searching for several North Korean suspects over his killing at a Malaysian airport this month.



Adopted kids see long-lasting effects of Romanian orphanages

Romanian children adopted from overcrowded orphanages in the 1990s were more likely to suffer psychological problems as adults compared to other children taken in by British families, according to a decades-long study. Doctors say the findings suggest there is a critical window when young brains develop that may determine someone's future mental health, and that some problems might not be fixable later.



Trump sends top aides to Mexico amid deep strains with US

President Donald Trump is sending his top diplomat and homeland security chief to Mexico on a fence-mending mission made all the more challenging by the actual fence he wants to build on the southern border. Ties between the countries have plunged since Trump took office a month ago, punctuated by Trump's insistence that Mexico pay for a border wall and other demands on illegal immigration and trade.



Cressida Dick to become first female Met Police commissioner

Cressida Dick has been named as the new head of Scotland Yard, becoming the first woman to hold the most senior post in British policing. Commissioner "My warmest congratulations to Cressida Dick.



British IS suicide bomber was former Guantanamo Bay detainee

A British Islamic State fighter believed to have carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq was a former Guantanamo Bay detainee paid A 1 million in compensation from the Government. The bomber, named by the group as Abu Zakariya al-Britani, is said to have detonated an explosives-filled vehicle in a village south of Mosul.



Ukip leader Paul Nuttall is campaigning to become MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central

Ukip has told Vladimir Putin to keep out of the Stoke by-election after typically pro-Russian Twitter accounts turned on party leader Paul Nuttall. The social media profiles have generally posted positive messages about the Kremlin's bloody intervention in Syria while praising the Russian president, who has been accused of interfering in the US election.



South Sudan and Somalia to receive 100 million UK aid packages

International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced the new packages of UK aid for 2017/18 and called on the global community to step up their support in helping those in need. The Department for International Development said parts of South Sudan were now in famine, adding that in 2017 there was a credible risk of another three famines in Yemen, North East Nigeria and Somalia.



Door won't shut on EU migrant workers - David Davis

Brexit Secretary David Davis said it would take "years and years" for British workers to be able to take jobs now done by people from other EU states The UK is not about to "suddenly shut the door" on low-skilled EU migrants, Brexit Secretary David Davis has said. He warned it would take "years and years" for British workers to be in a position to take jobs now done by people from other member states.



French presidential hopeful indicates UK could keep border controls in Calais

The front-runner in the race for the French presidential election has indicated he is ready to allow Britain to keep border controls - and unwanted migrants - on the other side of the Channel after Brexit. Emmanuel Macron suggested last year that if the UK voted for Brexit, Paris could tear up a crucial agreement which permits British border officials to operate on French soil, saying: "The day this relationship unravels, migrants will no longer be in Calais."



Convicted murderer on the run after armed men help him escape custody

A murderer who was serving a minimum of 30 years in prison is on the run after two armed men helped him escape during an escorted hospital visit. Shaun Colin Walmsley, 28, fled from outside Aintree University Hospital as he was getting into a car with prison officers.



Measures tabled to freeze 'ill-gotten gains' of dictators

New powers to stop "blood-stained dictators" and despots from laundering their money through the UK by freezing their assets have been tabled by the Government. Security Minister Ben Wallace said the move would send a "major signal" around the world that the UK could not be used as a base to hide "ill-gotten gains".



Elor Azaria: Israeli soldier jailed for 18 months for shooting dead wounded Palestinian attacker

An Israeli soldier who was caught on video shooting dead a wounded Palestinian attacker has been sentenced to 18 months in jail. The jail term, which nominally ends one of the most divisive cases in Israel's history, was half that requested by prosecutors for the manslaughter that Sergeant Elor Azaria was found guilty of last month at a military court.