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‘Ghost’ plane spooks US pilots

THIS should not have happened. On October 25, an unidentified aircraft was seen flying — in broad daylight — among the airliners in one of the United States’ heavily trafficked air corridors in the skies above Oregon. It had no submitted flight plan. It had no identification transponder active. Nor was it transmitting collision avoidance signals. Air traffic control stations ...

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Jalapeno Poppers 3 Ways

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Here are the best 3 ways to make Jalapeno Poppers. #1- Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Popper Chicken #2- Jalapeno popper egg role #3 – Mac & Cheese Jalapeno Popper Click here to Read from the source

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Mystery behind world’s priciest artwork

A 500-YEAR-OLD painting by Leonardo da Vinci has sold for a record $A592 million. The painting went up for auction today after Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev decided to sell it. The oil painting depicting Christ holding a crystal orb, called Salvator Mundi, Italian for “Saviour of the World”, is one of fewer than 20 paintings by da Vinci known to ...

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Charles Manson close to death

ASHEN. Gaunt. Weak. Charles Manson, the once charismatic leader of a 1960s cult embroiled in a series of high-profile murders is reportedly on death’s door. TMZ states it has been told 83-year-old Manson was rushed from prison to a Bakersfield hospital three days ago. He’s apparently been receiving treatment since — under the close supervision of five attending police officers. ...

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Kitchen gadget could cause severe burns: claim

NUTRIBULLET — a go-to gadget for smoothie-loving health nuts — is under fire with at least 22 people suing the company in the United States. The alleged victims have claimed the blender burst during use, leaving them with cuts and burns, the New York Post reports. The NutriBullet is popular for its compact design and ability to quickly pulverise fruits, ...

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Stunning figure from SSM decision

THE lead up to yesterday’s same-sex marriage survey announcement may have been bitter and divisive, but the vote has left Australia more united than ever before. The result of the postal survey, coming in at a 61.6 per cent majority vote in favour of marriage reform, signifies a more emphatic vote than Australians have ever delivered on a national issue. ...

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Mural of Abbott in wedding dress defaced

IT was a happy ending that didn’t last long. A savage same-sex marriage mural in Newtown, which was completed only yesterday, has already been vandalised and partially painted over. The mural by street artist Scott Marsh was painted on the Botany View Hotel in the Sydney suburb of Newtown in the wake of yesterday’s Yes result announcement in the same-sex ...

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Penny Wong ‘embarrassed’ by picture

SENATOR Penny Wong has made a moving speech after describing her embarrassment over the moment she burst into tears when she learned Australia had voted Yes for same-sex marriage. Senator Wong, who is openly gay, told The Today show this morning she was “just sort of trying to get over the somewhat embarrassed feeling of having cried in front of ...

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Katter attacks SSM vote’s ‘great, big fat lie’

BOB Katter launched a scathing rant about yesterday’s same-sex marriage survey result, saying Australia had been sold a “great, big fat lie”. The North Queensland Federal MP has been a strong advocate for the No campaign and said yesterday’s result “changes nothing at all”, in an interview with Hot 91.1 FM today. The independent pollie told the station the government ...

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Woman gets $6000 compo for ‘offensive’ tattoo

A BRITISH woman who was kicked out of Sri Lanka for having a tattoo of Buddha on her arm has won $6000 in compensation. Naomi Coleman, from Coventry, in the UK, was held for four days in April 2014 before being deported from the Sri Lanka during her holiday. The mental health nurse took legal action against the Sri Lankan ...

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