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Prankster pays £50,000 compensation to unsuspecting woman he kung-fu kicked from behind and left in agony

A PRANKSTER will pay £50,000 to an unsuspecting woman he kung-fu kicked from behind and left her in agony with serious injuries. Disturbing footage shows Garcia Montealegre counting down on his fingers to the camera before taking out a woman in the Diagonal Mar area of Barcelona, Spain.The cruel prankster goes ... Read More »

China And N Korea Confirm Kim Jong-Un Visit

After days of speculation, it has been confirmed that North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has visited China. The visit, confirmed by China and North Korea, was Mr Kim’s first known foreign trip since taking office in 2011. Mr Kim held “successful talks” with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Beijing, China’s ... Read More »

Trump set to announce China sanctions after IP probe

The Trump administration plans to announce sanctions against China on Thursday after determining that the country is encouraging the theft and transfer of intellectual property from US businesses. The White House said the actions come after years of talks about the issue that failed to produce change. The actions are ... Read More »

Rwanda closes ‘700 unsafe, noisy churches’

About 700 churches have been closed down in Rwanda for failing to comply with building regulations and for noise pollution. Most of them are small Pentecostal churches. One mosque was also closed. A government official told the BBC that some of the more than 700 buildings shut down have already ... Read More »

£40m plot to ‘flood Russia with cocaine during the World Cup’ is busted after Argentine cops seize drugs in Russian embassy

A DARING £40 million cocaine smuggling operation smashed in Argentina may have been intended to flood the Russian market with the deadly drug for this year’s World Cup, it is alleged. The huge trafficking scam was busted after the Russian ambassador to Buenos Aires reported his suspicions about 16 pieces ... Read More »

Inside Putin’s finances and why the ‘world’s secret richest man’ claims only to drive a Lada, own a bachelor flat and earn £70k a year

CRAFTY Vladimir Putin claims he drives a Lada, owns a bachelor pad and earns £70k a year – despite reports he’s the world’s richest man with a secret £160BILLION fortune. In official finance documents released ahead of the Russian general election, the long-serving world leader revealed what he claims is the ... Read More »

Anglican priest caught on camera ‘watching porn and sniffing cocaine

A Church of England vicar has allegedly been caught on camera appearing to smoke crack, snort cocaine and watch porn. The Reverend Stennett Kirby, 64, was filmed in the £1.5 million vicarage of West Ham Parish Church in East London, which he lives in. He has been the vicar of ... Read More »

Twitter account belonging to Theresa May’s chief of staff sends late night tweets of porn involving women dressed up as schoolgirls

Theresa May’s chief of staff today said he ‘regrets’ replying to a late night tweet showing girl on girl porn on his official Twitter account. The former MP’s account replied to explicit images involving women dressed as schoolgirls performing sex acts and another X-rated image. The shocking tweet was sent ... Read More »

Rio Carnival sees naked body paint, thongs and slave-themed dancers for dazzling 700m samba parade

RIO de Janeiro’s extraordinary carnival samba parades burst into action last night as the “greatest show on Earth” got underway amid a city struggling with violence and poverty. The two-night extravaganza began in the Sambodromo, where 72,000 spectators sat in sweltering heat, with many thousands more milling around outside selling drinks, ... Read More »

China wants to enter the U.S. car market, but a rough road lies ahead

Germany was first. It shipped the Volkswagen Beetle to the United States in 1949. It got off to a slow start only to be embraced by an enthusiastic American public. Japan came next, winning U.S. customers in the 1970s with its own mass-market cars. After that, South Korea, offered its ... Read More »

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