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Source: The Guradian

Chelsea and Manchester United likely to be warned by FA after chaotic scenes

Today 15:26 GMT

Chelsea and Manchester United are expected to be let off with a warning and reminded of their future conduct by the Football Association following the chaotic scenes that marked the closing stages of their 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

José Mourinho had to be held back by stewards as he attempted to pursue Chelsea’s assistant coach, Marco Ianni, down the tunnel after the Italian twice goaded the United manager amid the home celebrations sparked by Ross Barkley’s 96th-minute equaliser.

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Source: DW

Invisible and dangerous: The Salafist scene in North Rhine-Westphalia

Today 14:31 GMT

Missionary work happens privately and indoors — in contrast to the past, when new Salafist converts recited the profession of faith openly in German market places.

The Salafist scene in North Rhine-Westphalia has around 3,000 adherents according to the state's BfV office, 800 of whom are classified as ready to use violence. Jihadi-inspired Salafists are prepared to use violence for their vision of an Islamic state.

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Source: The Guradian

I’m a straight man but I am disturbed by my fantasy of being a woman having sex with a guy

Today 15:26 GMT

I have no desire to change gender and it is more like watching a sexy scene for me – I don’t think I actually want to carry out the fantasy.

If you identify with the woman in your fantasy, it may simply be that you experience arousal when you are connected with the basic erotic concepts of the scene – for example, receiving penetration, being submissive and so on. Some men – gay or straight – like to role-play in vivo at being female and receiving penetration, domination or punishment by a man or woman.

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Source: The Guradian

'I was terrified!': you share stories of watching classic films on first release

Today 15:25 GMT

I was a fan of Harrison Ford after seeing Star Wars and Indiana Jones so initially, I was disappointed that he wasn’t the wise-cracking cowboy he was in those films, but it drew me in and by the end, I was transfixed.

Walking back to my car alone in the dark, wind blowing fallen autumn leaves – scary, scary, scary!!! I’ve seen numerous other classics when first released before and since then but none have stuck in my memory quite like that longest short walk back to my car that night… Kathryn Sheard. I saw Silence of the Lambs during its original release at a packed theater in Burbank, CA.

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Source: Fox News

Haley demands UN punish Cuba, Bolivia after ‘mob scene’ at US event for Cuban political prisoners

Sunday 12:39 GMT

In a letter to Secretary General Antonio Guterres, sent Friday and obtained by Fox News, Haley said the behavior by the Cuban and Bolivian diplomats was “outrageous” and called for action from Guterres. “Due to the outrageous behavior of the Cuban and Bolivian U.N. delegations, this diplomatic event became a mob scene, and resulted in significant damage to U.N. property,” the letter says.

“This lack of standards continues to undermine the organization and demonstrates again why the United States was right to withdraw from it earlier this year,” she said.

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Source: Reuters

At least 59 killed as train hits crowd in northern India

Saturday 19:05 GMT

A commuter train traveling at high speed ran through a crowd of people on the rail tracks in northern India killing at least 59 people on Friday, state officials said, making it India’s worst rail disaster this year.

Video footage from the scene showed hundreds had gathered to watch the burning of an effigy as part of the Dussehra festival celebrations, when a commuter train ran through the crowd.

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Source: CTV

Behind the scenes of Canada's peacekeeping mission in Mali

Saturday 02:26 GMT

“It’s a country the size of Ontario and it’s a poor country, so it doesn’t have incredible resources of its own in order to secure its own borders,” said Rear-Admiral Brian Santarpia, the chief of staff of operations for the Canadian Forces peacekeeping mission in Mali.

Earlier this year, the Canadian government announced that it would be deploying 20 civilian police officers, eight helicopters and approximately 250 military personnel to support the United Nations’ peacekeeping mission in the war-torn West African country.


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