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I didnt want my daughter to experience survivor guilt or worse, to feel incomplete, as if she were part of a broken set. Brazen drug dealer offers to sell marijuana using a New Zealand supermarket customer card. A shopper shared a picture of the call-out, which was written on the card at New Zealand supermarket Pak'nSave and pinned to a wall. Terminally ill backpacker killer Ivan Milat, 74, is discharged from hospital and back in jail. Backpacker killer Ivan Milat has been returned to prison after yet another stint in hospital, where family members had rushed to be by his side, believing he was on his death bed. World Chess Federation Issues Letter Supporting the Turkish Federation. In response to complaints by some of the women who played in last months Womens World Champion tournament in Turkey, the World Chess Federation says that the event was well run and organized. A review of the Talland Bay Hotel in Cornwall which has 'chaotic' art on the walls. The Talland Bay Hotel is a much-loved institution down a narrow lane on the south Cornish coast. The Inspector checked in and found that the art 'had no rhyme or reason to it'. But he loved the food. Trump Said to Favor Leaving a Few Hundred Troops in Eastern Syria sparks night of austerity protests across Lebanon. Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of downtown Beirut as part of nation-wide demonstrations that paralyzed the country on Thursday night. The Chile Protests in Photos. It started with unhappiness over a simple subway fare increase. Four days later, with the death toll at 15, Chileans have made clear that theyre angry about a lot more than that. Kenneth Fisher Ruled Investing. Then He Made a Sexist Joke. Mr. Fisher compared the wooing of wealthy clients to trying to get into a girls pants. Investment funds have since pulled nearly $2 billion from his firm. Technology used by engineers to listen for faults in bridges could be used to diagnose arthritis. A team of British scientists found that inaudible high-frequency sounds are emitted from a person's joints. Lancaster University's professorJohn Goodacre, hailed the findings as 'exciting'. Liverpool fans in racism storm as they unfurl offensive banner about Divock Origi's manhood. DOMINIC KING IN GENK Liverpool face a UEFA fine after their travelling fans unfurled a banner in Genk on Wednesday night that the club described as 'highly offensive and inappropriate'. L.S.U., Known for Defense, Riding Offense for Title Hopes. The Tigers, with the best scoring offense in the game, leapfrogged Ohio State and Clemson to No. 2 in the country after an impressive dismantling of Florida. Slender Man stabbing victim breaks her silence. Payton Leutner, now 17, was interviewed for the first time about the attack by ABC's David Muir for an episode of 20/20 which will air on Friday October 25 at 9pm EST. Huang Yong Ping Brings Empires of Globalization to Paris. The Chinese-French conceptual artist will bring his giant installation to the Paris Monumenta art show, which begins on Sunday and runs through June 18. Zuckerberg reassures Congress on his digital currency. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attempted to win over skeptical House lawmakers as he tries to launch Libra, a global digital currency he said would help the world's 'unbanked.' Conway G. Gittens wraps up his marathon testimony. Prince Charles had a 'baptism of fire' when taking on the Duchy of Cornwall aged just 21. Speaking on Prince Charles Inside The Duchy Of Cornwall, which will air at 9pm on Thursday, Prince Charles said that he envied William the time he's had to learn the workings of the estate.

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP Sheffield Wednesday beat Stoke to soar into third, while Swansea lose at home. Sheffield Wednesday halted Stoke's mini-revival and climbed to third in the Sky Bet Championship with a 1-0 victory over the Potters on Tuesday.
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