Teenager jailed for 'terror grooming'

Teenager jailed for 'terror grooming'

Teenager Kazi Islam is sentenced to eight years in a young offenders' institution for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to kill two soldiers.



Jewish sect female drive ban condemned

Jewish sect female drive ban condemned

A ban on women driving their children to school issued by a Jewish education institution is "unacceptable", Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says.

Gunmen kill 19 in Pakistan bus raids

Gunmen kill 19 in Pakistan bus raids

Gunmen in Pakistan's Balochistan province kill at least 19 passengers after taking over two Karachi-bound buses, officials say.

FIFA's Blatter wins reelection after two rounds of votes

FIFA's Blatter wins reelection after two rounds of votes

Sepp Blatter unexpectedly failed to win the votes he needed to become president of FIFA for a fifth term on Friday and there will be a second ballot.

Blatter had been expected to win despite demands that he quit in the light of a major bribery and corruption scandal engulfing world socce

Crowd lifts bus off trapped unicyclist

Crowd lifts bus off trapped unicyclist

A CROWD of around 100 people rushed to lift a double decker bus off a trapped unicyclist after a collision in London.

Abbott's MPs urge tougher action on terrorists

Abbott's MPs urge tougher action on terrorists

THE Abbott Government’s backbench has risen up against its own Cabinet and urged tougher action against Australian terrorists.

US removes Cuba from terror list

US removes Cuba from terror list

The United States has removed Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terror, allowing the country to conduct banking in the United States, among other activities.

Cameron in Berlin for most delicate stop on EU reform tour

Cameron in Berlin for most delicate stop on EU reform tour

British Prime Minister David Cameron was holding talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday in Berlin, the most delicate stop of a European tour to rally support for reforms ahead of a British referendum on EU membership.Merkel is opposed to a...

UNESCO recommends no endangered status for Great Barrier Reef

UNESCO recommends no endangered status for Great Barrier Reef

The United Nations conservation agency UNESCO said Friday that Australia's Great Barrier Reef should not be placed on its "in danger" list, but warned that the ecosystem needs to be protected from further deterioration.The draft ruling, which will inform...

Calgary man accused in city's worst mass murder to go to trial next May

Calgary man accused in city's worst mass murder to go to trial next May

A man accused in Calgary's worst mass murder is to go to trial next May. Matthew de Grood was charged with first-degree murder after an attack at an end-of-school house party in April 2014 in which five young people were stabbed to death.

Cuba formally removed from U.S. terrorism blacklist

Cuba formally removed from U.S. terrorism blacklist

The Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes.

What You Need to Know About the Anthrax Blunder

What You Need to Know About the Anthrax Blunder

U.S. officials are trying to figure out how anthrax from a batch containing live spores got sent to labs in nine states, Australia and South Korea.

Kyle calls in sick after Joyce drama

Kyle calls in sick after Joyce drama

THE day after it emerged that Kyle Sandilands is being investigated by ACMA for sledging agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce on his radio show the shock jock has failed to front for work.

Bernie Sanders wrote an essay saying that women fantasize about rape

Bernie Sanders wrote an essay saying that women fantasize about rape

WASHINGTON — Just as Sen. Bernie Sanders’ progressive presidential challenge to Hillary Clinton is gaining steam, an old essay of his has surfaced in which he says women fantasize “being...

Traveling in Lawrence of Arabia's footsteps in Jordan

Traveling in Lawrence of Arabia's footsteps in Jordan

"No man can live his life and emerge unchanged. He will carry, however faint, the imprint of the desert, the brand which marks the nomad; and he will have within...

Video: Never seen anything quite like this PAC ad…

Video: Never seen anything quite like this PAC ad…

A new advertisement from America's Liberty PAC, which is supporting Rand Paul, is really unlike any other political ad. Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur and NBC's Leigh Ann Caldwell break down the power of Paul in the race and whether he could survive attacks from Peter King and Lindsey Graham in a debate. 

Regional Paper Talk: Ki move for Arsenal

Regional Paper Talk: Ki move for Arsenal

Arsenal are targeting Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng, while Bournemouth and Wolves are battling it out for the signature of Dwight Gayle.

Why are Chinese companies investing big in US start-ups?

Why are Chinese companies investing big in US start-ups?

Even though we live in the times of globalization, where information from all over the world is in the palm of our hand, we somehow always end up with information about what’s going on in the West. The East, however, is as powerful as any other part of the world, especially when it comes to [&

ISIS claims 2nd Saudi mosque blast

ISIS claims 2nd Saudi mosque blast

An explosion outside a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia on Friday killed at least four people, the Arab nation's official Saudi Press Agency reports.

Cuba off U.S. terror blacklist

Cuba off U.S. terror blacklist

The United States officially removed Cuba from its list of countries that sponsor terrorism on Friday, setting the two nations up for a full renewal of diplomatic ties.

Surge in female recruits to terror group reported

Surge in female recruits to terror group reported

Experts are tracking more than 100 women who have left the West to join ISIS using posts on online platforms. Who are these women and who arranges their move to join the terror group?

Dad, stepmom charged with starving, abusing young girls

Dad, stepmom charged with starving, abusing young girls

Prosecutors on Friday accused a father and stepmother of intentional, persistent abuse and neglect of two young girls, one dead and the other fighting for her life in a Detroit hospital.

Michael Jackson's 'Neverland Ranch' hits market for $100 Million

Michael Jackson's 'Neverland Ranch' hits market for $100 Million

The Wall Street Journal reports that the home once owned by Jackson is on the market for a whopping $100 million dollars! Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more on the story.

Liz Kendall: Taking safe option won't cut it

Liz Kendall: Taking safe option won't cut it

Liz Kendall, Labour Party leadership candidate, says getting involved in the race will help to form a better party. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Face transplant patient meets donor's sister

Face transplant patient meets donor's sister

The sister of a man who died in a car accident has met the patient who now has her brother's face. Richard Norris had the transplant in 2012. Report by Mcnallyc. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Officials eye river levels in Texas, with focus on Houston

HOUSTON (AP) — Officials are closely monitoring the levels of rivers in Texas engorged by the deluge of last weekend. The Colorado River in Wharton and the Brazos and San Jacinto Rivers near Houston were the focus of attention as floodwaters from North and Central Texas moved downstream toward th

Latest on flooding: River's threat reduced for Texas city

10 a.m. (CDT) The Colorado River is expected to crest two feet lower than previously expected in and around the southeastern Texas city of Wharton, where residents have been asked to evacuate about 300 homes. City spokeswoman Paula Favors said Friday that river level is expected to crest Saturday

Anheuser-Busch Halts Beer Production to Provide Water for Texas, Oklahoma Storm Victims

Beer giant Anheuser-Busch stopped production at its Georgia brewery this week to instead produce drinking water for those affected by a deadly bout of historic flooding and storms in Texas and Oklahoma. Anheuser-Busch said it had stopped beer production at its Cartersville brewery in Georgia la

10 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free today -- BIGGEST list of the week!

Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free is our biggest one of the week, but size doesn’t always matter. Fortunately, Friday’s post also features some of the best apps of the week, and they’re only going to be on sale for free for a limited time. Of cour

Google's killer cloud storage offer isn't perfect: The biggest problem with Google Photos

As the old saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Google’s big I/O 2015 keynote took place on Thursday, and it lasted for more than two hours. As you might imagine, there was plenty of news shared on stage during the lengthy event and much of it was intriguing. When i

Silk Road, the dark net and still being the Bill in 'Bill & Ted': We talk to Alex Winter

I'm on the phone with Bill from 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' and 'Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey'. That's the thought that kept leaping through my mind as I spoke to Alex Winter. Despite being very aware of his excellent work writing and directing documentaries – 'Downloaded', which t

Two pedestrians rescued from under double decker bus in Glasgow city centre taken to hospital

EMERGENCY services were scrambled to rescue an elderly man and woman after reports two people were caught under the bus.

Britain's Got Talent 2015: Calum Scott, Beat Brothers and Misstasia in last semi-final

IT'S been quite a week on Britain's Got Talent as the contestants have been narrowed down ahead of Sunday.

England vs New Zealand second Test: Rain delay leaves Alastair Cook and James Anderson frustrated at...

Morning showers left England facing a frustrating delay on the first morning of the second Investec Test against New Zealand at Headingley.

Fifa presidential election: Who will vote for Sepp Blatter or Prince Ali bin al-Hussein?

It's the question that everybody with the slightest interest in football wants to know – who will win the Fifa presidential election as the world votes for Sepp Blatter or Prince Ali bin al-Hussein?

Fifa presidential election: Ex-Manchester United chief executive David Gill named vice-president kno...

David Gill took to the stage at the Fifa Congress meeting in Zurich to shake hands with president Sepp Blatter and accept his role as vice-president of the world governing body for football – knowing that he will reject the post if Blatter is re-elected this evening.

Crunch time for Sepp Blatter | Journal

Read more: http://www.dw.de/blatter-vows-to-fix-things-at-fifa/a-18485035

Sepp Blatter is standing for re-election as the head of football's governing body, FIFA. His organization is entangled in corruption investigations. Those have lead to a string of high-profile arrests, and calls for