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    A carpenter had the shock of his life when the world's most dangerous bird wandered into his workshop.  Tony Fleming had been working on timber furniture when a Cassowary walked into his shed at Julatten, north Queensland. 'Over a period of a year or so the Cassowary would wander around my property, chewing up plums and whatever it feeds on,' he said.  'Then one day it just meandered into my shed.' A carpenter was given the shock of his life when the world's most dangerous bird wandered into his workshop Cassowaries are considered to be the deadliest bird in the world despite their extremely shy nature.  They can stand as tall as 1.8metres and weigh up to 70 kilograms. Their legs can deliver powerful kicks and their claws grow as long as 10 centimetres.  Mr Fleming said that he was alarmed at first, but quickly realised the bird just wanted to inspect his shed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rain bomb EXPLODES: Severe flood warnings are issued as... The REAL Schoolies: Hilarious footage captures...
    CRACK British troops on the world’s most dangerous peacekeeping mission have told of their deadly battle with IS terrorists. The squaddies were pinned down by fanatics firing more than 100 rounds from a heavy machine gun and assault rifle. 6The Battle of Devil Dune in Mali, West Africa, was the first time our soldiers have fired shots in anger since the end of combat operations in Afghanistan in 2014Credit: Peter Jordan 6 The Battle of Devil Dune in Mali, West Africa, was the first time our soldiers have fired shots in anger since the end of combat operations in Afghanistan in 2014. This week the members of the Queen’s Dragoon Guards (QDG) told The Sun it was a miracle that they escaped unharmed. L/Cpl Kevin Gething, 36, said of last month’s firefight, which left two IS militants dead: “To my left and my right I could see rounds splashing into the ground, inches away.” One bullet slammed into the door of Trooper Kris Hoff’s Jackal armoured vehicle, leaving a dent in the bulletproof plating. The 21-year-old said: “I thought ‘f*g...
    "This is the most dangerous movement in the world right now. It is a direct shot, by a railgun, at liberty. And when I started talking about this, about a year and a half ago, the system went into overdrive to call it a conspiracy. ... This is how they shut people down. They isolate and alienate you by calling the opposition conspiracy theorists. Everything is a conspiracy. Well, there are some conspiracies out there. But you need to know the difference between conspiracy theory and conspiracy fact." Watch the video clip below or on YouTube to learn more. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Glenn Beck?To enjoy more of Glenn's masterful storytelling, thought-provoking analysis and uncanny ability to make sense of the chaos, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream. Related articles around the web Glenn Beck: Did you hear Bidens Great Reset WARNING SHOT to ... › Glenn Beck WARNS: The economy is changing and...
    (CNN)The earliest bird reared by humans may have been a cassowary -- often called the world's most dangerous bird because of its long, dagger-like toe. Territorial, aggressive and often compared to a dinosaur in looks, the bird is a surprising candidate for domestication. However, a new study of more than 1,000 fossilized eggshell fragments, excavated from two rock shelters used by hunter-gatherers in New Guinea, has suggested early humans may have collected the eggs of the large flightless bird before they hatched and then raised the chicks to adulthood. New Guinea is a large island north of Australia. The eastern half of the island is Papua New Guinea, while the western half forms part of Indonesia. "This behavior that we are seeing is coming thousands of years before domestication of the chicken," said lead study author Kristina Douglass, an assistant professor of anthropology and African studies at Penn State University. The foot of the southern cassowary (Casuarius casuarius), also known as the double-wattled cassowary, is shown."And this is not some small fowl, it is a huge, ornery, flightless bird...
    THE Taliban’s new cabinet contains members of a blood soaked family of terrorists with their own army of suicide bombers. The Haqqanis are hardened jihadists whose network of fighters once built the world’s biggest ever truck bomb and are designated a terrorist organisation by the both America and the United Nations. 7Sirajuddin Haqqani is the leader of Haqqani nework 7A crater caused by one of their suicide bomb attack that killed 90 peopleCredit: Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. The Haqqani network have been blamed for some of the deadliest and most shocking attacks in Afghanistan during the last two decades, including a suicide bomb in Kabul that killed 150 people in 2018. They are closely allied to the Taliban and have hugely contributed to its fighting ranks, providing group's "most combat-ready forces". Now sitting in the new Taliban cabinet is their leader Sirajuddin Haqqani and his uncle Khalil Haqqani, while Sirajuddin’s son Anas is a prominent figure in the movement. Sirajuddin and Khalil both have a $5 million US bounties on their head and Anas has been...
    Left-wing billionaire George Soros once again warned that Chinese leader Xi Jinping is “the most dangerous enemy of open societies in the world” in an op-ed published Friday by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). “Xi Jinping, the ruler of China, suffers from several internal inconsistencies which greatly reduce the cohesion and effectiveness of his leadership,” Soros argued. “There is a conflict between his beliefs and his actions and between his public declarations of wanting to make China a superpower and his behavior as a domestic ruler,” the Hungarian investor, 91, said. “These internal contradictions have revealed themselves in the context of the growing conflict between the U.S. and China.” Chinese President Xi Jinping raises his glass and proposes a toast during the welcome banquet for visiting leaders attending the Belt and Road Forum at the Great Hall of the People, Friday, April 26, 2019. (Nicolas Asfouri/Pool Photo via AP) At the “heart” of the Washington-Beijing conflict is “the reality that the two nations represent systems of governance that are diametrically opposed,” Soros continued. “The U.S. stands for a democratic, open...
    DARK tourists such as Miles Routledge seeking thrills in terrifying war zones risk being banged up in hell-hole jails accused of espionage So-called "danger travel" has been thrust back into the spotlight after British national Miles, 22, claimed online that he is stuck in war-torn Kabul as ruthless Taliban militants seized the Afghani city. 7 Miles Routledge claims to be stranded in Kabul as the Taliban took back control of the cityCredit: facebook/Miles Le-vesconte Routledge 7 Jolie King was reportedly arrested and jailed in Iran in 2019 for flying a drone Miles alleges he has been abandoned by the British Embassy and told worried pals online: "I'm in a bit of a pickle." He claims he is now hiding out in a United Nations safehouse in Kabul after apparently trying to flee the capital several times, according to The Spectator. This comes hours after the Taliban took control of Jalalabad and means they now have seized every city in the country. On Sunday, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled after the jihadis stormed Kabul and seized his palace. Loughborough physics student...
    TYSON FURY predicted 'the most dangerous heavyweight in the world' Deontay Wilder would knock out Anthony Joshua 'in the first round'. Fury and AJ had agreed terms for the first ever four-belt heavyweight unification on August 14 in Saudi Arabia. 3Deontay Wilder was beaten by Tyson Fury in 2020Credit: Getty Images - Getty 3Tyson Fury predicted Deontay Wilder would KO Anthony Joshua 'in the first round'Credit: Instagram @anthonyjoshua But at the last minute it was cancelled after Wilder was awarded the right to a trilogy bout with the Gypsy King. Fury has refused to keep Joshua in his sights as a potential next opponent, believing he already has the toughest test in the division waiting for him. He told Sky Sports: "I'll deal with these guys later. "The most important thing to me is Wilder, the most dangerous heavyweight in the world who would knock out Joshua in the first round. "I've got to get past Wilder...
    YAYA TOURE has chosen a risky new career path… by agreeing to work in one of the world's most dangerous regions. The Manchester City legend has shocked fans by announcing that he has accepted a coaching post in CHECHNYA. 1Former Manchester City star Yaya Youre has joined Russian club Akhmat GroznyCredit: Twitter @akhmatgrozny Former Ivory Coast midfielder Toure, 38, has joined Russian Premier League club Akhmat Grozny as assistant manager. The ex-Barcelona star has signed a one-year deal to work with the club formerly known as Terek Grozny. He left a similar role with Ukrainian club Olimpik Donetsk after just four months to take on the job. However Toure has moved to a region hit by turbulence since gaining independence from Russia. CASINO SIGN UP OFFER: GET £10 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The Foreign Office advises against all travel to Chechnya for security reasons. And the US State Department warns: "Do not travel to the north...
    VIDEO10:0310:03The First 10 Minutes: Inside El Chapo's EmpireCNBC Two years after the conviction and life sentence of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the cartel he once headed appears stronger than ever. A U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration threat assessment released in March said the Sinaloa cartel remains the most extensive such organization in Mexico and "maintains the widest national influence" in the U.S. The cartel is now heavily involved in trafficking fentanyl and methamphetamines along with cocaine and heroin, the DEA said. It appears to be proof that the organization is much bigger than one man. But what about one woman? U.S. authorities reportedly have high hopes for a break in their three-decade war with the cartel following the arrest in February of Emma Coronel Aispuro, El Chapo's wife, and the mother of their twin daughters. Coronel, 31, is being held without bail on a criminal complaint charging her with conspiracy to distribute narcotics, and with helping El Chapo escape from a Mexican prison in 2014. But language in the 12-page complaint suggests the feds' interest in the former...
    THESE are the locations of the 59 most high risk biolabs in the world as fears continue to rage that Covid may have escaped from a lab in Wuhan. Experts from King's College London compiled the report titled "Mapping Maximum Biological Containment Labs Globally" in an effort to highlight the "significant risks" posed by the labs amid the pandemic. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 4 The newly published paper - and accompanying interactive map - shows the 59 biosecurity level four (BSL-4) locations, both in operation or planned, which deal with some of the most deadly pathogens. It highlights 18 in Europe, 14 in North America, 13 in Asia, seven in Britain, four in Australia and three in Africa. BSL-4 labs are designed to work with potentially devastating viruses for which there are no vaccine or cure. Pathogens which have been studied in labs of this kind include Ebola, the Nipah and Lassa viruses, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever - all which have potential to be more fatal than Covid. The locations are high security environments...
    WITH their beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear seas, these tropical islands may look like the perfect location for a sun-kissed holiday - but appearances can be dangerously deceiving. From cannibal tribes to swarms of deadly snakes, TikTok users have uncovered some of the world’s most dangerous islands - and it’s far from the usual #holidayinspo you’re accustomed to seeing on social media. 16 16Some of the islands have been dubbed no-go areas by authorities Just last week a paradise island in the Indian ocean banned anyone from swimming in the sea due to a deadly shark infestation. Here we take a closer look at the world’s deadliest islands, so you don’t have to… Overrun with 4,000 deadly snakes capable of melting flesh In what is quite possibly everyone’s nightmare scenario, the island of Ilha da Queimada - situated around 20 miles off the coast of Brazil - is literally home to thousands of snakes - and not a lot else. Creatively nicknamed Snake Island, there are reportedly five Golden Lancehead Vipers to every square metre - up to 4,000...
    A BEACH trip will be on everyone's bucket list this summer for a holiday with the family. However, some beaches around the world are too dangerous to visit, whether it is radioactive waters or deadly animals - here are the ones to avoid. Fraser Island, Australia 10Fraser Island has some of the most deadly jellyfish in the worldCredit: Rex Features 10Packs of dingoes also roam the coastlineCredit: Rex Features While Australia is known for its many dangerous creatures, from spiders to snakes, a beach on Fraser Island has its own fair share of animals which are deadly. It is home to Irukandji jellyfish, the most deadly in the world. A sting from them can cause vomiting, headache, anxiety, cramping, and even brain haemorrhages. They aren't the only deadly animal on the beach, with packs of dingoes also common along the coastline. Bikini Atoll, Micronesia 10The beaches may look beautiful - but the island was once a nuclear testing siteCredit: Getty Images - Getty 10You can visit, but there are levels of radiation still thereCredit: Getty Images - Getty While the...
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    BRITISH troops on the world’s most dangerous peace-keeping mission must rely on air support from El Salvador. Our 300-strong force in Mali will not be supported by RAF combat jets and attack helicopters. 1Brit troops on UN mission in Mali will rely on El Salvador for air aid This because they are in the Islamist terror hot spot as part of a United Nations mission. The RAF is barred under UN rules from providing back-up. They will instead rely for close air support and casualty evacuation on the tiny central American state’s UN force of three MD500E helicopters — one of which crashed last November. Lord Dannatt, former head of the Army, said: “British troops having to call in air support from El Salvador is very alarming. Have they trained together? Are their radios compatible? Do they speak the same language? “It’s the MoD’s duty of care to ensure troops’ safety. You are either in a war or you are not.” Colonel Richard Kemp, former Commander of British forces, said: “It’s a serious misjudgment to deploy forces into such an...
    Today the internet world is expanding faster than we expected. I have to say that the more good we do, the more bad we do. Many netizens today are caught in the trap of cybercriminals with minor mistakes. Another name for cybercriminals is hackers. As the name implies, everyone from the general public to governments and iconic IT companies do business like this. To the extent that they all have an impact on all of us. Cyber ​​crime cases are on the rise now.Step: Pogo M3 released with Big Battery) Depending on this we can understand how much danger we are in now. Although hacking has been around for many years, it has increased tremendously since the advent of our 3G network. Before the advent of 3G, hackers targeted large corporations, the rich and governments, and a large percentage of their accounts were hacked. But with the advent of 3G and 4G, even ordinary people are now hacking heavily. That’s why cyber experts advise you to be careful when it comes to online. Most hackers are born after...
    San Francisco (CNN Business)Law enforcement authorities across several countries have taken down a network of what they describe as the "world's most dangerous malware." The malware, Emotet, gained access to users' computers through infected email attachments, including documents purporting to be "invoices, shipping notices and information about Covid-19," European police agency Europol, which coordinated the effort, said in a statement Wednesday. "The Emotet infrastructure essentially acted as a primary door opener for computer systems on a global scale," Europol said. "Once this unauthorised access was established, these were sold to other top-level criminal groups to deploy further illicit activities such as data theft and extortion."The global effort to disrupt and take control of the compromised network, known as a botnet, was carried out jointly between eight countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands. The network consisted of several hundred servers across the world, Europol said. An investigation by Dutch police yielded a database of email addresses, passwords and usernames that were compromised by Emotet. Users can check whether their email addresses were breached through...
    (CNN)For a year now, the world has been ravaged by the horrors of Covid-19. It has caused millions to lose their jobs, overwhelmed health care systems and dramatically changed how we live. The disease has killed more than 2 million people and infected 100 million around the globe. Jerry BrownRobert Rosner Even so, we face fundamentally greater threats to humanity than this pandemic. We refer to the catastrophic dangers which nuclear weapons and climate change pose -- dangers that preceded this pandemic and will persist long after it ends. Unfortunately, and unlike the priority given to developing a vaccine against the virus, little progress was made to reduce the danger of the world's nuclear weapons arsenal or to effectively slow the carbon emissions warming our planet in 2020. The sudden appearance and confused response to the virus makes all too clear how ill-prepared the world can be when it has to deal with an unprecedented threat of global magnitude.This is why the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced Wednesday that the hands of the iconic Doomsday Clock remain at...
    A ROGUES’ gallery of hate, these 18 extremists are some of the most dangerous people on the planet. The Counter Extremism Project’s 2021 list is a disturbing mix of Middle East terrorists, notorious Islamists, neo-Nazis and white supremacists. 18The Counter Extremism Project advises politicians and lawmakers on the terror threat Topped by the leaders of Islamic terror groups Hezbollah, IS and Hamas, the list also includes four Brits. Some of those listed are now behind bars, others apparently lying dormant after serving sentences. Adel Abdul Bary was once described as al-Qaeda’s spokesman in London. Convicted hate preacher Anjem Choudary also features, as does “White Widow” Samantha Lewthwaite and David Myatt, who founded the Nazi and Satanist occult group Order Of Nine Angles. The Counter Extremism Project is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that advises politicians and lawmakers around the world on the terror threat. These figures represent the greatest threats to the world over the coming years. Sir Ivor Roberts Its experts and analysts help combat extremist groups by cutting off their financial support networks, countering their narratives, thwarting online recruitment...
    CRACK British forces have deployed to the world's most dangerous peacekeeping mission. The first of 300 troops reached the deadly badlands of northern Mali – where al-Qaeda’s allies are fighting ISIS, and armed groups terrorise civilians. 5Crack British troops have been deployed to the world's most dangerous peacekeeping missionCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5The Light Dragoons and the Royal Anglians had trained for long-range desert recon workCredit: Getty Images - Getty The troops are trained for desert patrols like the legendary Long Range Desert Group that launched the SAS in World War Two. But fears over their safety – and a chronic shortage of helicopters – mean they will be confined to the area near their base in Gao for the first stage of their mission. They join a force of more than 15,000 UN peacekeepers, including Chinese and Iranian troops, in a country five times bigger than Britain. There are only 14 choppers for the whole UN force, after a troop-carrying Puma blew over in a sandstorm and had to be flown back to Europe for repairs. Major General...
    A Playboy model has been photographed diving naked with man-eating sharks in a bid to 'challenge taboos' about both the marine predators and nudity.  Marisa Papen, 28, shared the dreamlike images from a shoot from earlier this year off the coast of the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The Belgian model is known for posing nude at famous landmarks around the world, with the stunts often making headlines in the process.  She was imprisoned along with a photographer in 2017 after a photoshoot at the Karnak Temple Complex near the Egyptian city of Luxor.  The pair had stayed in the complex after closing time to attempt to get the photos and were eventually let off with a warning from a judge. Belgian model Marisa Papen, 28, has shared dreamlike images of her diving naked with sharks, saying she wanted to challenge taboos around both nudity and sharks Jaws-dropping: The photos were taken off the coast of the Hawaiian island of Oahu at the end of the summer Papen has courted controversy for stripping off at famous religious sites including...
    AS he stood facing the barrel of an AK-47, adventurer Reza Pakravan was aware it could have been the last thing he ever saw. The camera he carried made him a target for the most dangerous criminals in the war-torn region of The Sahelian Belt in Africa, where people smugglers and terrorists run rife.  13Reza Pakravan repeatedly put his life on the line during the making of The World's Most Dangerous BordersCredit: Signature Films Once noticed by the violent thugs, he realised there was little he could do to escape with his life.  Recounting the terrifying moment, the British explorer said: “It was getting dark. I was in the middle of the desert, with no security, police or army in sight, stuck in between human smugglers and illegal migrants.  “They could have killed me, and nobody would have noticed. The smuggler walked towards me, his face covered, his furious eyes redder than the desert dust. “He waved his AK-47 at me, shouting and trying to grab my camera. Heart pounding and skin aflame, I wondered if I would get out...
    A lion approaching the camera. Graeme Purdy Graeme Purdy is a photographer from Northern Ireland who captures dramatic portraits of Africa's wildlife.  For his book, "Eight Feet," Purdy used a remote-controlled car to get within 8 feet of wild animals in Kenya and Uganda. From lions to gorillas, many of the animals could be dangerous but Purdy's photos show a more peaceful side to them.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Graeme Purdy captures potentially dangerous wildlife as they've never been seen before ... up close and personal. Most of the animals featured in his book have been known to be deadly, but Purdy's portraits of lions, hippos, and elephants show a more peaceful side. His book is called "Eight Feet" because all of the images were taken within 8 feet of these majestic creatures. Ahead of World Animal Day, Insider spoke to Purdy about how he manages to get so close and capture these one-of-a-kind photos.
    He breathes deeply, hands shaking as he extends his bare left arm, his other hand clutching a pair of forceps. Something unspeakably monstrous is trapped in its padded tips and wriggling in irritation. ‘I’m Coyote Peterson and I’m about to enter the sting zone,’ he solemnly announces to the camera. Seconds later he proves as good as his word, pressing a huge insect to his unprotected forearm until it sinks its stinger into his skin. He stumbles around before falling to the ground where he lies, writhing and howling in agony, as he shows off an arm that is horribly distended due to the venom coursing through his bloodstream. Astonishingly, Peterson, 39, has made dozens of such videos — for getting stung and bitten by the world’s most terrifying creatures is what the man in the leather Crocodile Dundee hat does for a living. Coyote Peterson, 39, gets stung and bitten by the world’s most terrifying creatures is what the man in the leather Crocodile Dundee hat does for a living And it has been lucrative. His global hunt for...
    Born in Philadelphia on December 7, 1928, left-wing author and activist Noam Chomsky has seen a lot in his lifetime — from the Great Depression and World War II to the social unrest of the 1960s to Watergate to 9/11. And during an interview with the New Statesman this month, the 91-year-old Chomsky explained why he finds the events of 2020 especially perilous. “There’s been nothing like it in human history,” Chomsky told the Statesman. “I’m old enough to remember, very vividly, the threat that Nazism could take over much of Eurasia — that was not an idle concern. U.S. military planners did anticipate that the war would end with a U.S.-dominated region and a German-dominated region…. But even that, horrible enough, was not like the end of organized human life on Earth, which is what we’re facing.” Chomsky spoke to the Statesman before the first summit of the Progressive International, an organization founded by Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis in response to the increase in far-right authoritarian movements in different parts of...
    WELCOME to Action Park, which for years acted as a mecca for thrill seekers and took the lives of several who dared to take on its rides. Sporting the moniker Class Action Park for the copious lawsuits aimed at it, hapless visitors regularly broke bones, lost teeth, and even died while using the New Jersey park’s rides.  14Action Park gained infamy for its extremely high rate of injuries and deathsCredit: Action Park 14Drownings, broken bones, bruises, and bleeding were all commonplace at the not-so-amusing amusement parkCredit: Action Park “People were bleeding all over the place,” Susie McKeown, a visitor of the park during its operative years, told the New York Times. The chilling streak of lethal incidents began in 1980, when an employee’s sled derailed while riding the Alpine Slide and they flew off the tracks.  Alpine Slide had consisted of riding down a winding concrete path on a cart - visitors were not given helmets. It only took 12 months for the terrifying attraction to cause 14 bone fractures and 26 head injuries. The 19-year old employee’s gruesome fate...
    A DARING wildlife photographer has battled dirt, severe heat, malaria and monsoons to snap awesome pics in treacherous outposts. David Attenborough fan Andrey Gudkov, 48, says "patience, endurance, iron nerves and silence are your main companions.” 30Bear-y cute - this fuzzy duo look like they're playing a gameCredit: Jam Press 30'The profession of a wildlife photographer today remains one of the most difficult, romantic and rare', says snapper Andrey GudkovCredit: Jam Press 30Wildebeest, seen stampeding through water above, travel in large herds and are active day and night, grazing constantlyCredit: Jam Press 30A spirited humpback whale caught mid-air; these marine creatures can weigh a hefty 36 tonnesCredit: Jam Press 30If he was a person, you'd think he'd lost his keys - Andrey Gudkov told Bored Panda he tries to capture something human-like in each animalCredit: Jam Press 30Andrey Gudkov doesn't mind lugging equipment weighing 20kg for the sake of several shots, including this one of a bear busy fishing for salmonCredit: Jam Press 30Movie-like shot here as four horses gallop from the seaCredit: Jam Press 30Mane attraction - Andrey Gudkov...
    Watching the news from Portland, Oregon, where night after night anonymous Federal forces in combat gear and camouflage continued to go after protesters with tear gas, flashbangs, rubber bullets and batons, doing their damnedest to make a tough situation worse, I was again reminded of a simple fact. It will come as a shock to no one other than the most credulous: Reality TV isn’t real! A pearl-clutching revelation, I realize. Professionally and socially, I know people who have written reality programming, who have produced it, who have edited it. The reality is a fantasy. Yes, real people are the characters but plotlines are formatted to fit the agreed-upon story, all the boring parts are edited out, events are juggled around to present characters in the most entertaining light, for good or evil. Ultimate case in point: Donald Trump became a reality TV star—and president—by pretending to be something he is not, a self-made decisive billionaire with more business acumen than Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and Warren Buffett combined. Instead, reading his niece Mary L. Trump’s heartbreaking new...
    Microsoft Flight Simulator is entering the home stretch of testing and updates before release on Aug. 18. On Tuesday the game entered a closed beta period, with developers adding nine new aircraft and nearly two dozen landing challenges. The announcement was made on the game’s official website. Among the new planes available for beta testers is the Icon A5, a petite sport plane that’s able to make water landings. The plane — which will be available in all three versions of the game, including the Xbox Game Pass version — allows players to land on any body of water in the world. Also included is the Aviat Pitts Special S2S aerobatic biplane and the Zlin Aviation Savage Cub, a light but rugged two-seater bush plane popular with outdoor types. Asobo also announced the addition of three sight-seeing bush trips, which include overflights of Nevada, Patagonia, and the Balkans. Another major addition is a series of landing challenges which will test virtual pilots with adverse wind conditions at some of the most dangerous airports in the world. They include...
    HORRIFIED shoppers claim they found a deadly spider that can kill in two hours in bananas from Tesco. Two people came home with eggs and a "deadly" spider in their bunches from the same Kidderminster store. 3Tesco shoppers claim they found a deadly spider in a pack of bananasCredit: Mirrorpix 3One shopper noticed an egg sac on one of her bananasCredit: Mirrorpix Experts have struggled to make up their minds on what the spider could be - with one saying it is a dangerous Brazilian wandering spider, and another saying it isn't harmful. The wandering spider is thought to be the world's most dangerous, with a poison that can kill its victim in two hours. It has been known to hide and lay eggs in banana plants in native South America. The Mirror reports Dad-of-two Geoff, 40, said: “We noticed it while unpacking in the kitchen. It looked like it had been squished when we packed the bags. “I contacted Tesco straight away and got on social media to warn others, just in case. “I’m very glad it was dead...
    The Trump family have won a preliminary injunction on Tuesday against their niece Mary Trump and her publishers to stop them from publishing her tell-all book. A judge ruled they had to refrain from 'publishing, printing or distributing' any copies of the book ahead of a hearing on July 10th. The book — titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man — is due to come out on July 28th and the ruling could delay its publication. The decision was made by Judge Hal B. Greenwald at the Dutchess County court just north of New York - and will be a major setback to Mary, the daughter of the president's brother Fred Jr., who died in 1981 from alcoholism. Mary's publisher Simon & Schuster plans to 'immediately appeal' the decision, as the company's lawyer called it a 'First Amendment violation'. The 55-year-old's book promises to describe a 'nightmare of traumas, destructive relationships, and a tragic combination of neglect and abuse that helped make Donald Trump the man he is today'.    The Trump family...
    Members of the Trump family launched a new legal attempt late Friday to stop the president's niece Mary writing an excoriating book about them. Robert Trump, the president's brother, filed an application for a restraining order against his niece at court in Dutchess County, north of New York city. The bid is brought by Robert Trump on his own behalf and that of Donald and their sister Maryanne Trump Barry. The move came after they lost their first bid to block Mary Trump from publishing her account of life in the family, prompted by her and her brother Fred Trump III's bitter battle in 2000 over the president's father Frederick Trump's will. A judge at the Queen's Surrogate's Court in New York ruled on Thursday that their application to stop Mary was 'fatally defective' and dismissed it. Judge Peter J. Kelly said that his court was the wrong jurisdiction and that any attempt to block her book, titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, has to be done through the Supreme Court...
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