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How the Met shot down theirCarol Howard (pictured at her home in Surrey) saw her dream job turn to ashes after falling victim to workplace discrimination. After two years of fighting for justice she has finally been vindicated... in court.
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NFPs Stanley Dladla getsThe late Stanley Dladla has been described as a political giant who always aspired to improve the well-being of all people, regardless of their political affiliation.
Reported artillery attack onUkraine's cease-fire appeared to be under pressure just over a day after it was declared as shelling was reported near the southeastern city of Mariupol. 
Search and rescue crews scour the ocean for signs of a private U.S. airplane that crashed just off of Jamaica's coast on Friday. Jamaica's Coast Guard Commander Antonette Wemyss-Gorman explains.
Merrillville officer diesA Merrillville police officer who was shot Friday night by a man who later committed suicide has died, officials said today.
Actress On Bike Ride Killed ByMolly Glynn, who had roles in TV series Chicago Fire, Boss and Early Edition, was cycling with her husband when she was struck.
Israeli police arrest messianic Jews suspected of running prostitution ring to 'save Israel'

100 years for Mashaeng rapist

SABC - 7 Sep 2014 09:03
100 years for Mashaeng rapistA man convicted of robbing and raping an 11 and 12-year-old boy was sentenced to 100 years behind bars, Free State police said on Saturday.
The campaign for Scottish independence from the UK has taken the lead in an opinion poll for the first time since the referendum campaign began in earnest. According to a YouGov survey conducted on... behalf of UK newspaper The Sunday Times (subscription) said that the nationalist 'yes' camp has the support of 51 percent of voters, compared to the unionist 'no' camp's 49 percent. If accurate, the unionists will have lost a 22 percentage point lead in the space of one month, the paper says.
N Korea sets trial date for USUS citizen Matthew Miller, detained in North Korea after allegedly tearing up his visa, will be put on trial on 14 September, state media say.
Furious Oscar throws tantrumOscar Pistorius threw a furious and emotional tantrum outside his uncle's Waterkloof home this week, losing his cool with a Sunday Times team just days ahead of judgment in his sensational murder... trial.
Myanmar cancels planned parliamentary by-election for later this year
UK Offers To Send 'Ring OfBritain suggests moving the fences used at the Nato summit in South Wales to Calais in an effort to stop illegal immigrants.
Syria Hostage Names BrusselsA former hostage held in Syria claims his captor is the same man accused of killing four people at a Jewish museum in Belgium.
The search for debris and possible survivors from a small U.S. private plane that flew over Cuba crashed just northeast of Jamaica on Friday was still underway, officials said. "Our basic mission at... this time at this time is to continue the search to locate possible wreckage and/or survivors," said Jamaica's Coast Guard Commander Antonette Wemyss-Gorman . The U.S. Embassy in Jamaica said they had been in contact with the family members of those on board the private plane.
Ukrainian Orthodox leader saysVladimir Putin's murderous meddling in Ukraine shows he's possessed by Satan and doomed to "eternal damnation in hell," the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church said. Putin has been asked...

Obama delays reform of citizenship law

Al Jazeera English - 7 Sep 2014 03:59
US president's pushes back plans to ease the backlog of citizenship applications, leading to claims of backtracking.

Islamic State 'kills second Lebanese captive'

Al Jazeera English - 7 Sep 2014 00:56
Extremist group says it has beheaded Abbas Medlej, one of 19 soldiers captured in assault on the Lebanese town of Arsal.
Tom Hiddleston Performed at a'Move over little dog cause a big dog's movin in'
Kathy Griffin and Howard SternHoward Stern delivered the eulogy, Broadway singer-actress Audra McDonald sang "Smile" and bagpipers played "New York, New York" at Joan Rivers' funeral Sunday, a star-studded send-off that -- like... late comedian herself -- brought together the worlds of Hollywood, theater, fashion and media.
Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii gay marriage ban subject of federal appeals court arguments
Boston police and firefighters searched for a naked woman who reportedly jumped into Jamaica Pond and disappeared Saturday night.
Wife, son of Ebola patient visit Nebraska Medical center
Mutiny! Libyan cadets atThe uprising kicked off when three North African soldiers stationed at barracks in Cambridgeshire were detained after breaking orders not to go to the village supermarket.
Attack of the drones:Paparazzi drones have terrorised celebrities including Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Garner who spotted the unmanned aircraft hovering above their homes.