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Inside Turpin family’s Disney holidays: Photos show kids in identical clothes each time

The Turpin parents face 94 years in jail each if convicted as prosecutors branded the case one of “human depravity.”  It comes as photos emerged of the couple and their children on regular trips to Disneyland where it appears the children were forced to wear identical clothes each time.  David and Louise Turpin were apparently obsessed with the famous tourist venue, in Anaheim, California – and their Facebook revealed they visited on several occasions with their huge family in tow. At the time, the couple had twelve children, and all…

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Zimbabwe opposition leader among 5 dead in New Mexico helicopter crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Key Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett died in a helicopter crash in a remote part of the U.S. state of New Mexico that also killed four others, authorities said. State Police Lt. Elizabeth Armijo confirmed Bennett’s death Thursday, a day after a helicopter carrying him and five others went down in a mountainous rural area of northern New Mexico. Details of why the 60-year-old Bennett was in the area were not immediately available. The crash injured one person aboard. Roy Bennett arrives at the High Court building…

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PUBG news: Xbox One update, Steam 1.0 changes, Fortnite new map

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds continues to lead the gaming pack when it comes to player growth. It was recently revealed that PUBG on Xbox One is proving very popular, even with the game in its current unfinished state. According to Microsoft, the Battlegrounds on Xbox One already boasts over 3 million players, within the first month of it being available to buy. The game has already seen four updates since its launch as part of the Preview Program, although many more will be needed before it can leave early access. However, PUBG…

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Le Touquet agreement: What is the Treaty of Touquet and what does deal mean for Britain?

What is Le Touquet agreement? Also known as the Treat of Touquet, the agreement lets British immigration officials carry out border checks in northern France rather than in Dover. The accord, which was first approved in February 2003, allowed the UK to set up checkpoints in Calais and Dunkirk.  Britain also runs these “juxtaposed” immigration checks from the Eurotunnel terminal at Coquelles and Paris Gare du Nord and Brussels Midi stations. French officials have insisted that the revamped deal will “complement” but not replace the original deal. Le Touquet agreement…

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Turpins face 94 YEARS: ‘House of Horrors’ parents facing life for captivity of 13 children

David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, have been charged with nine counts of torture and 10 counts of child endangerment. The two are scheduled to make their first court appearance later today, where they could face 94 years in prison if convicted. Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin told reporters at a press conference: “We’re fully prepared to seek justice in this case and do so in a way that protects these victims from further harm.” He added: “These individuals sleep all day and are up all…

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What to do if you lose your phone while traveling – CNET

“Oh, no, I left my phone in Finland!” Kent German/CNET During a recent trip to New York, I found myself walking through midtown, lost in thought. Glancing down at my phone, I tripped; the phone went flying and came to rest right at the edge of a sewer grate. Had it fallen through, I’d have been seriously screwed. At that moment, I realized just how vital that phone was to my entire trip. It had the name and address of my hotel (neither of which I could remember). It had…

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Suspected serial killer linked to nine Arizona deaths in three-week span

For the second time in less than a year, Phoenix police have uncovered a serial killer they believe is responsible for multiple shooting deaths across the metro area ─ cases that have turned on the testing of evidence taken from guns and ammunition. Cleophus Cooksey, 35, allegedly shot nine people over three weeks late last year, a string that concluded with the Dec. 17 killing of his mother and stepfather in their home, authorities said Thursday. A bloodied Cooksey was arrested at the scene, and in the weeks that followed,…

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North Korea shock claim: Get America OUT OF THE PICTURE for peace talks, analyst says

Charles Shoebridge said US policy in the era of Donald Trump was proving a distraction from ongoing talks between North and South Korea. In particular, Mr Shoebridge singled out the 20 foreign ministers of the Vancouver Group, which is spearheaded by the United States, and which has so far been sceptical about the possibility of a positive outcome, despite the suggestions of a breakthrough in recent days. US policy is a distraction from the ongoing Korean talks, which Seoul hopes will eventually lead to the denuclearisation of the entire peninsula,…

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‘We have to deal with BRITAIN’S immigration problems!’ French fury at Le Touqet agreement

Mr Cahn, who is also an expert in law, told French paper Le Monde: “On paper, it’s a two-way deal, but only because French police can carry out border checks in Britain.  “But the migration movement is only going in one direction. “Migrants are trying to reach the UK from France, and not the other way around. “The treaty moved the British border to France, which has been left to bear the brunt of the migrant crisis in Calais alone.” The accord allows British police to carry out immigration checks…

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CODE RED STORM: Netherlands battered by 90mph winds leaving three dead

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, one of Europe’s busiest airports, suspended all air traffic on Thursday as gusts of up to 85 mph blew in along the coast. At least 260 flights were scrapped and falling roof tiles led to the closure of airport terminals. Nationwide train services and many tram and bus services were halted after the highest weather alert was issued. Police said three people were killed by falling trees or debris in separate incidents. In Rotterdam, shipping containers were toppled and entire roofs ripped off homes, local TV showed.…

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