Wednesday, September 23, 2015

23-Sep-2015 07:49

Inside the Islamic State kidnap machine :: Kidnapping has generated millions for Islamic State and has acted as a powerful propaganda tool - Omar Al-Maqdud met some of the people who have been involved in abductions in Syria.

The beauty of car parks :: Photographer Phil Burrowes images capture the architecture of car parks across the country

Pakistan jail officials unsure how to hang paralysed convict :: url:

Winter-sown grains output seen at 132.78 million tonnes in 2015/16 :: url:

As India's cane crop wilts, risks grow for the global sugar market :: url:

Microsoft begins worldwide release of Office 2016 :: url:

Sensex falls 2 percent amid selloff in Europe :: url:

Modi signs off on Boeing military helicopter deal before U.S. trip :: url:

Do bridge and chess make you fitter? :: Sport England is refusing to fund bridge, arguing it doesn't do enough to "get the nation fitter". But is this right?

Uproar over encryption law forces government to retreat :: url:

Afghan Taliban seize Humvees for sneak attacks and propaganda - Reuters :: url:�QjCNEpew9MRjEQwAw4dlZPQTbVcrmllw&clid�a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cidR778955497362&ei�sCVoDfCo-EyAP55o7YAw&url=

Burkina coup leader says in charge as surrender deadline passes :: url:

Tate seeks £30m to complete revamp :: Tate bosses are confident they can raise £30m to complete funding for the new-look Tate Modern which will open in June next year.

Early Apple computer fails to sell :: An Apple 1 motherboard and a 79-year-old mirror lid television remain unsold after a vintage tech auction in New York.

Button 'one of F1's true stars' :: Jenson Button would leave a void in Formula 1 if he decides to walk away from the sport, says David Coulthard.

Kentucky clerk Davis rejects marriage licenses as invalid: ABC :: url:

Oil falls 2 percent as concern over demand bites :: url:

VIDEO: Kosovan PM pelted with eggs :: The Kosovan prime minister is forced to abandon an address to the country's parliament after opposition ministers throw eggs at him.

Addenbrooke's patients 'put at risk' :: One of the UK's biggest NHS trusts is put in special measures after inspectors found concerns over staffing, treatment delays and governance failings.

Afghan Taliban factions issue competing Eid messages :: url:

Clinton proposes $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs :: url:

Asia's biggest vaccine maker to seek fast-track nod for dengue drug in India :: url:

Does China hack US firms' secrets? :: Chinese president Xi Jinping has gone on record saying that China does not engage in hacking for economic gain. Not everyone believes him.

Bay City Rollers announce reunion :: Former 70s boy band The Bay City Rollers reveal they are getting back together, nearly 30 years after the Scottish group split up.

Lib Dems 'face 10 year recovery' :: Former Lib Dem leader Sir Menzies Campbell says his party will take a decade to recover from its rout at this year's general election.

Volkswagen: The scandal explained :: The scandal over VW cheating pollution emissions tests in the US is casting a cloud over the whole car industry.

Apple plans steps to prevent future App Store attacks :: url:

Volkswagen CEO apologizes for diesel emission scandal :: url:

UK students blocked from degree course :: A medicine degree course at a UK university, costing £36,500 per year, is not open to students from the UK - only overseas students are allowed to apply.

VIDEO: 'End of an era' for HMS Gloucester :: A former commanding officer of HMS Gloucester called it "the end of an era" as the ship left Portsmouth bound for the scrapyard.

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