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  • Five teenage girls killed in escape room fire

    January 4, 2019 8:52 PM 108

    One man has been hurt after the blaze broke out at the party attraction in Poland. The teenagers were believed to have been celebrating a birthday at the attraction, where users are locked in a room and must answer puzzles and complete tasks to get out. Five girls, aged around 15, were locked in the room and all were killed in the fire. Monika Kosiec

  • Curse of Oak Island: Treasure-hunters GRIPPED by ‘money pit’ mystery

    January 4, 2019 7:14 PM 120

    SIX lie dead, countless more had their lives ruined – and still the priceless pirate treasure lies buried, undisturbed, where “none but Satan may find it” on Oak Island, Nova Scotia. Treasure seekers claim it hides the untold riches of Marie Antoinette. Others are adamant jewels plundered by ruthless pirate Blackbeard lie buried at the site off the coast

  • Europe rubella outbreak: Alert as 12 workers at slaughterhouse in Spain catch disease

    January 4, 2019 3:20 PM 112

    TWELVE workers from a slaughterhouse in Spain have contracted rubella, sparking fears the deadly disease could be on the rise in Europe. Twelve people working at the slaughterhouse in Zaragoza have been diagnosed with the disease, which spreads in coughs and sneezes. And more people are feared to be infected, due to the long period of up to three weeks

  • Suspected Ebola patient treated in isolation at Swedish hospital

    January 4, 2019 12:12 PM 102

    The emergency clinic at the hospital has been closed and staff who have been in contact with the patient are being looked after. The patient was admitted to a hospital in Enkoping before being transferred to nearby Uppsala University Hospital, where the emergency clinic has been closed. Staff who have been in contact with the patient - whose recent travel

  • US House passes bill to END government shutdown

    January 4, 2019 3:26 AM 117

    THE NEW Democratic-held US House has ignored the threat of a Donald Trump veto and approved a bill to end the partial government shutdown for several agencies with funding until September 30. The House vote on Thursday night was partly a political ploy by the Democrats to put pressure on Senate Republicans, who voted in the build-up to the partial government

  • Melania left Donald Trump 'VERY LONELY' over Christmas break admits US President

    January 4, 2019 3:04 AM 136

    MELANIA TRUMP left her Presidential husband “very lonely” for part of the Christmas period when she left Washington D.C., where he was dealing with the ongoing government shutdown, to stay at his luxury Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The couple had both been planning to make a 16 day visit to the resort. However Melania left for Mar-a-Lago without her husband

  • World War 3 warning: Iran to launch DEVASTATING nuclear missiles claims Trump official

    January 4, 2019 1:51 AM 104

    IRAN is on the brink of developing intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States, according to an explosive World War 3 warning issued by the US Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo staged the intervention on Thursday. He claimed Iran's so-called “space launch vehicles” (SLVs) were in direct violation of a key United Nations (UN) resolution

  • World War 3: US-backed Taiwan unleash SUPERSONIC missile as China conflict LOOMS

    January 3, 2019 10:13 PM 112

    A SUPERSONIC cruise missile has been unveiled by Taiwan just hours before Chinese President Xi Jinping said that Taiwanese independence would be a “dead end.” In a new year's speech earlier this week, Tsai said China must use peaceful means to resolve its differences with Taiwan and respect its democratic values. Tsai spoke after Chinese President Xi Jinping

  • North Korea diplomat in Italy defected and is now missing – Kim Jong-un retaliation fear

    January 3, 2019 11:28 AM 99

    A North Korean diplomat who was until recently acting ambassador to Italy has gone missing, a South Korean member of parliament said on Thursday, after a South Korean newspaper reported he was seeking asylum in the West. The diplomat, Jo Song Gil, disappeared with his wife after leaving the embassy without notice in early November, according to Kim Min-ki

  • ‘Why don't you DIE!’ Police rush to house of man SCREAMING while trying to kill… a SPIDER

    January 3, 2019 11:04 AM 100

    POLICE in Australia rushed to a house after an emergency call from a passer-by reported hearing screaming and a toddler crying – with officers discovering a man attempting to KILL a lone SPIDER. Officers in Perth, Australia responded to reports from a worried member of the public, who heard shouting and screams of “why won’t you just die?” ringing from a house