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Witchcraft is growing threat to children in Britain, warn police – Telegraph.co.uk


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Witchcraft is growing threat to children in Britain, warn police
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Children in Britain are being abused and murdered in increasing numbers because the belief in witchcraft is rife in some African communities, police said. By Nick Britten and Victoria Ward The warning was issued as a couple from the Democratic Republic
'This was brutal savage torture': Evil pair murdered boy they accused of Mirror.co.uk
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David Cameron ‘probably’ rode a retired police horse loaned to Rebekah Brooks … – Daily Mail


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David Cameron 'probably' rode a retired police horse loaned to Rebekah Brooks
Daily Mail
The revelation sparked fresh questions about the Prime Minister's closeness to the former News of the World editor and to the Murdoch media empire. Mr Cameron confirmed yesterday that he had gone riding with the journalist's husband Charlie Brooks,
David Cameron 'likely' to have ridden Rebekah Brooks' ex-police horse, Number Telegraph.co.uk
Did David Cameron ride Rebekah Brooks's police horse?The Guardian
PM 'probably' rode loaned horseThe Press Association
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Angry Birds’ Mighty Eagle: ‘We have expanded the market for games’ – The Guardian (blog)


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Angry Birds' Mighty Eagle: 'We have expanded the market for games'
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A theme park is on the way in Finland, while Angry Birds shops will soon launch in China. Peter Vesterbacka's job is to fly around the world telling journalists and conference audiences these numbers, while also working on the company's marketing
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‘We simply couldn’t stay there any more’ – rebel forces leave Baba Amr – The Guardian


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'We simply couldn't stay there any more' – rebel forces leave Baba Amr
The Guardian
It took nearly four weeks of merciless bombardment. But by Thursday afternoon Syrian government forces were finally in control of the defiant rebel suburb of Baba Amr, following the tactical withdrawal of hopelessly outgunned fighters from the Free
Syrian rebels retreat from besieged neighbourhoodCTV.ca
US says Syria allowing in aid would be 'good step'AFP
Syrian activist video says it shows burial of US journalist Marie Colvin in Washington Post
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Did David Cameron ride Rebekah Brooks’s police horse? – The Guardian


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Did David Cameron ride Rebekah Brooks's police horse?
The Guardian
David Cameron had hoped to have drawn a line under his mildly embarrassing friendship with Rebekah Brooks. But the prime minister has now found himself caught up in what is inevitably becoming known as Horsegate. Downing Street sources indicated that
PM 'probably' rode loaned horseThe Press Association
Horsegate: How Downing Street was forced to admit that it is 'likely' that Telegraph.co.uk
David Cameron denies riding horse loaned to Rebekah BrooksMetro
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Kristy’s witchcraft torture tragedy: he went on holiday to visit his sister … – Sydney Morning Herald


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Kristy's witchcraft torture tragedy: he went on holiday to visit his sister
Sydney Morning Herald
A couple are facing life sentences in Britain after being found guilty of murdering a teenage boy they accused of witchcraft. Kristy Bamu, 15, was tortured and drowned in a bath on Christmas Day 2010 by his sister Magalie and her partner Eric Bikubi.
Witchcraft trial: there may be similar unreported cases, say policeThe Guardian
Pair murdered boy 'for being witch'The Press Association
Pair Guilty Of 'Witchcraft' MurderSky News
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‘We simply couldn’t stay there any more’ – rebel forces leave Baba Amr – The Guardian


The Guardian
'We simply couldn't stay there any more' – rebel forces leave Baba Amr
The Guardian
It took nearly four weeks of merciless bombardment. But by Thursday afternoon Syrian government forces were finally in control of the defiant rebel suburb of Baba Amr, following the tactical withdrawal of hopelessly outgunned fighters from the Free
Syrian rebels retreat from besieged neighbourhoodCTV.ca
US says Syria allowing in aid would be 'good step'AFP
Syrian activist video says it shows burial of US journalist Marie Colvin in Washington Post
Financial Times -ABC Online -The Press Association
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Did David Cameron ride Rebekah Brooks’s police horse? – The Guardian


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Did David Cameron ride Rebekah Brooks's police horse?
The Guardian
David Cameron had hoped to have drawn a line under his mildly embarrassing friendship with Rebekah Brooks. But the prime minister has now found himself caught up in what is inevitably becoming known as Horsegate. Downing Street sources indicated that
PM 'probably' rode loaned horseThe Press Association
Horsegate: How Downing Street was forced to admit that it is 'likely' that Telegraph.co.uk
David Cameron denies riding horse loaned to Rebekah BrooksMetro
Daily Mail -Mirror.co.uk -BBC News
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Kristy’s witchcraft torture tragedy: he went on holiday to visit his sister … – Sydney Morning Herald


The Sun
Kristy's witchcraft torture tragedy: he went on holiday to visit his sister
Sydney Morning Herald
A couple are facing life sentences in Britain after being found guilty of murdering a teenage boy they accused of witchcraft. Kristy Bamu, 15, was tortured and drowned in a bath on Christmas Day 2010 by his sister Magalie and her partner Eric Bikubi.
Witchcraft trial: there may be similar unreported cases, say policeThe Guardian
Pair murdered boy 'for being witch'The Press Association
Pair Guilty Of 'Witchcraft' MurderSky News
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Ireland to hold referendum on euro pact – The Independent


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Ireland to hold referendum on euro pact
The Independent
The major paradox about rare diseases is that collectively rare diseases are not rare. In fact, 3.5 … There is an agonised howl that Cristiano Ronaldo has made his hallmark. You see it whenever a rival,… What can a little-known health project in
Ireland EU referendum 'winnable'BBC News
Future of the euro again thrown into doubt after Irish announce referendum on Daily Mail
Irish EU treaty vote threatens chaosTelegraph.co.uk
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