Three women were kept in a dark home in a worn down neighbourhood for almost a decade before they were discovered. Inside of this home they were repeatedly raped and even caused to miscarriage multiple times by their captor. They were only allowed outside several times over the decade to walk into a garage that was . . . → Read More: Man charged with kidnap and rape after keeping women captive for 10 years
The manufacturing complex that is being described as ‘the last symbol of detente’ between North and South Korea will be completely deserted as of Monday April 28, according to latest reports. The last group of South Koreans who had been working in the Kaesong industrial complex, about 50 of them including managers, are expected to be . . . → Read More: Complex that links North and South Korea set to be cleared by the end of April
A law enforcement drive has started recording assaults on users of subcultures and groups, some of which are Emos and Goths, as they are shown to loathe crimes. Manchester Police is the very first force to deal with offences such as these. Beforehand, hate crimes ended up only being registered for offences towards faith, race, sexual . . . → Read More: Manchester enforcement drive aims to stamp out assaults on subcultures
In a fairly typical gaffe, the Work and Pensions Secretary told the media that £7.57 per day was enough for him to live on, and that others can too, should they really need to. This came to light as he was defending a new set of cuts that will hit the welfare payment handouts in the . . . → Read More: Minister makes a gaffe over how much he could live on per day
The recent horse meat scandal has taken the whole country aback, and Tesco’s CEO tried to make a plea recently in a video destined for the company’s customers and the public at large. CEO Philip Clarke spoke in the video about a new open approach that Tesco will take towards food processing in order to avoid . . . → Read More: Tesco boss speaks of the company’s efforts to stop a repeat of the horse meat scandal
Over 500 people were injured near Chelyabinsk in the early morning of Friday after a meteor slammed down and struck the Earth. Russia’s interior ministry said that the fragments from at least one meteorite, weighing more than a double-decker bus, fell around 9 am local time, around 1,500 km southeast of Moscow.
Many witnesses saw the event . . . → Read More: Fragments of meteor cause havoc in Russia
A study of some of the videos recommended on YouTube, which includes those loved by kids, revealed that one can easily access those clips that have violence and nudity. The study also emphasises the potential risks of sites such as YouTube if children were to be left unsupervised while browsing or if parental limits were not . . . → Read More: Kids can access unsuitable videos through YouTube recommendations
Mali is getting international attention lately because of the constant military struggle going on between rebels and government forces, and recently several countries have started sending troops and advisers on the ground. Now, according to the head of the British forces, it seems like hundreds of British troops may well be joining them in order to . . . → Read More: Controversy over British troops being sent to Mali
It is an institution in Essex that even had its own TV programme, but now the Lakeside Shopping Centre is to have a change of name after trading successfully for 22 years under its existing moniker. From May this year, as part of a re-branding programme by the owners which will see shopping centres across the . . . → Read More: Shopping centre sees name change after 22 years
According to the latest UK transportation news, London’s Heathrow Airport managed more than 70 million passengers in the year 2012, which showed a new annual record of 0.9% increase compared to the 2011 numbers.
The performance of Heathrow Airport was pushed up by traffic brought in from the North Atlantic, showing an increase of 3.2%, while Brazil . . . → Read More: Heathrow posts good figures for 2012