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Thursday, 22nd January 2015

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Deflate-gate: Patriots Bill Belichick denies involvement -- repeatedly (CBS News)

Watch Bill Belichick deny knowledge of "Deflate-gate" (CBS News)

John Kerry: Half of ISIS leaders killed by Iraq and allies (CBS News)

Man accused in U.S. Capitol terror plot enters plea (CBS News)

3rd trial set for NY man accused of killing wife (CBS News)

The world is two minutes closer to "doomsday" (CBS News)

Moscow: Poland officials Nazi death camp comment "sacrilegious" (CBS News)

Yemen government falls (CBS News)

Ashton Kutcher prepares to testify against accused killer (Daily Mail)

Man Utd 'need Di Maria's pace' (BBC)

Ukraine's forces hold line against Russian troops, rebels - Poroshenko (Reuters)

Google's Eric Schmidt claims the 'internet will disappear' as everything in our life gets connected - but says robots WON'T take over the world (Daily Mail)

Why You Might Not Want To Mix Alcohol and Energy Drinks (Time Magazine)

Obama Won't Meet With Netanyahu on U.S. Visit (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Tutankhamun's beard glued back on (BBC)

Seismic changes in Yemen (CNN)

OSCE urges upholding of ceasefire as tensions rise in eastern Ukraine (Russia Today)

Africa to start World Cup journey in October (Reuters)

Why U.S. fans are pumped up by deflated balls (CNN)

Citing Falling Oil Prices, Iraq Seeks Arms on Credit to Fight ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

World Cup 'white elephant' stadium closed for repairs in western Brazilian city of Cuiaba (Fox News)

Havering Police tweet every call they get in 12 hours (Daily Mail)

Sneak peek: Kiss of Death and the Google Exec (CBS News)

Shelling Hits Donetsk as Ukraine Staggers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Half of ISIS top command killed' (CNN)

Barack Obama follows the wrong David Cameron on Twitter (Daily Mail)

Gang wielding sledgehammers and machete threaten police officer (Daily Mail)

U.N. warns Congo campaign against Rwandan rebels will take time (Reuters)

President now doubts foe's death a suicide (CNN)

Mexican government withdrawing federal security commissioner from troubled state of Michoacan (Fox News)

Michael Howard leads tributes to Leon Brittan following his death aged 75 (Daily Mail)

Cleaners damage Tutankhamun burial mask and stick it back together using GLUE (Daily Express)

Argentine President Now Says Prosecutor's Death Was Not a Suicide (New York Times - Paywall)

Why Jeb Bush is going to Utah? (CBS News)

Falling oil price could hurt fight against Isis, warns Iraqi PM (Independent)

Obama and Modi See Mutual Benefit in Breaking More Ice (New York Times - Paywall)

Yemen President, Cabinet Resign Amid Rebel Standoff (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. envoy to Iraq makes bold claim in ISIS fight (CBS News)

Death exposes Gitmo chief's affair (CNN)

Former Ukip youth leader dies in Thailand (Independent)

Oil price drop hurting fight against Islamic State, Iraq's prime minister says (Washington Post - Paywall)

Obama will not meet Israel's Netanyahu on U.S. visit (Reuters)

Bill Belichick: "No explanation" for deflated footballs (CBS News)

Staying alive in Ukraine (CNN)

South Korean police fear teen may have joined Islamic State militants (Los Angeles Times)

Tensions emerge between Iraq, US-led coalition in battle against Islamic State group (Fox News)

Joey Bada$$ Wants to Bring Back the Golden Age of Hip-Hop (Time Magazine)

Why This New McDonald's Lawsuit Could Be Big Trouble for Fast Food (Time Magazine)

Obama won't meet with Netanyahu during U.S. visit, White House says (Los Angeles Times)

Stranded car transporter ship docks in Southampton after being towed back to shore almost three weeks after it was beached (Daily Mail)

Somerset apprentice butcher back at work 26 DAYS after losing hand in meat mincer (Daily Mail)

Ukraine crisis: Ceasefire on the brink of breaking down entirely (Independent)

Japan says won't pay hostage ransom to ISIS as deadline looms (Russia Today)

US-Israel relations: President Obama to snub Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu when he addresses Congress in March (Independent)

White House, Citing Israeli Election, Says Obama and Netanyahu Won't Meet (New York Times - Paywall)

Leon Brittan's death 'a sad day for the survivor's of child sex abuse' (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Soccer AM's Franky Fryer marched away by angry band leader (Daily Star)

Pro-Moscow rebels force Ukraine retreat in battle for key airport stronghold (Washington Post - Paywall)

Shelling of city bus in east Ukraine leaves 13 dead (Fox News)

Boris Johnson caves in and pays up 'outrageous' US tax bill (Daily Mail)

John Kerry: tide beginning to turn against Islamic State (Guardian)

Seahawks Running Back Marshawn Lynch Fined $20K for Gesture (Time Magazine)

Eden Project chef creates giant Earth-shaped pastry for World Pasty Championships (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: The subtle message behind a Japanese meme mocking the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Airstrikes Have Killed About 6,000 Islamic Militants, U.S. Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Islamic State Has Lost Ground, Kerry Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

As NFL investigates under-inflated footballs, a look at ball tampering around the world (Fox News)

Coalition needs two years to expel Islamic State from Iraq, says UK (Reuters)

Boko Haram leader threatens war with Niger, Cameroon, Chad AND Nigeria (Daily Mail)

Autistic student Joseph Edwards, 17, hanged himself after being sent fake police email (Daily Mail)

House bans taxpayer funds for abortions after dropping fetal-pain bill on Roe v. Wade anniversary (Russia Today)

Ukraine army retreats from airport (BBC)

WorldViews: Here is what's happening in Yemen (Washington Post - Paywall)

Britain And US Vow To Raise 12 New Iraqi Army Brigades To Combat Islamic State Fighters (Huffington Post)

How incredible women bounced back (CNN)

Obama declines Netanyahu meeting (BBC)

WATCH: Seagull comes back to life after direct HIT during Aussie cricket game (Daily Express)

Nigeria's campaign against Boko Haram hampered by 'cowards' - aide (Reuters)

VIDEO: Hoegh Osaka towed back to port (BBC)

European foreign ministers plead against new Iran sanctions moves (Reuters)

Yemen government resigns as prime minister warns of abyss with no law ? (Guardian)

Yemen conflict: President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi steps down, after cabinet resigns amid stand-off with Shia rebels (Independent)

Donetsk trolleybus explosion blows Ukraine peace negotiations apart (Guardian)

The 5 U.S. Cities Bouncing Back Strongest From the Recession (Time Magazine)

France takes battle against radical Islam into schools (Reuters)

Lord Brittan's Death Triggers Uncomfortable Public Reaction In Midst Of Child Abuse Scandal (Huffington Post)

Korean teen may have fled to ISIS (CNN)

Obama Won't Meet With Netanyahu During Washington Visit (Time Magazine)

Reporter warned of ISIS risk (CNN)

Mosul residents describe hell' of Isis occupation as Kurdish fighters close in (Guardian)

Jay Leno and former Cosby co-star address Bill Cosby rape allegations (CBS News)

Dresden stabbing: Eritrean man arrested over death of compatriot (Guardian)

Japan grapples for dialogue with ISIS over hostages (CBS News)

Yemen government 'offers to resign' (BBC)

House GOP Pulls Anti-Abortion Bill on Roe v. Wade Anniversary (Time Magazine)

Yemen cabinet resigns amid rebel standoff (Fox News)

This Man Is Launching a $3 Million Startup to Catch Bigfoot (Time Magazine)

World Briefing: Former Iranian Official Gets Jail and $1 Million Fine in Corruption Case (New York Times - Paywall)

Yemen government offers resignation - source close to PM (Reuters)

Boehner clashes with Obama over Iran, Israel (CBS News)

Rihanna wins £3m legal battle against Topshop over T-shirts with her face on (Daily Mail)

Neil Vines back with best friend after she heard he'd been diagnosed with a tumour (Daily Mail)

'Don't give up on us,' police tell ministers (BBC)

Argentina Nisman death 'not suicide' (BBC)

Two women die after going on kid-friendly 'Small World' and 'Toy Story' attractions at Disney World in Florida (Daily Mail)

Japan Says It Can't Reach ISIS to Resolve Hostage Standoff (Time Magazine)

Why countries should think about paying ransoms (CNN)

Japan: No word from ISIS on hostages (CNN)

Ukraine Cedes Donetsk Airport to Rebels as Fighting Continues (New York Times - Paywall)

Nearly half of Londoners support death penalty for terrorists (Russia Today)

El Salvador pardons woman jailed after birth complications led to death of child (Guardian)

In Mosul, Islamic State turns captured city into fortress (Reuters)

Egypt's president says Egypt and France are battling same war on Islamic extremism, terrorism (Fox News)

Boris Johnson Visits Northern Iraq To See Fight Against Islamic State (Huffington Post)

Watch Larry Wilmore Nail the Secret of Obama's State of the Union Speech (Time Magazine)

Fern ndez: Nisman's death not a suicide (Financial Times - Paywall)

Bizarre world of Floyd Mayweather, by his right hand woman (Daily Mail)

Yemen President and Houthi Leaders Meet With U.N. Envoy (New York Times - Paywall)

Tutankhamun's beard glued back on, say Egyptian museum conservators (Guardian)

Cancer Research's contactless payment lets you donate by swiping card against shop window (Daily Mail)

Media mogul Murdoch brings back the breasts (CBS News)

2 Islamic State group suspects arrested in Germany; no evidence attacks planned (Fox News)

Canadian police say man linked to Halifax evacuation threatened police, had dangerous chemical (Fox News)

Isis Japanese hostage crisis: Officials have not been contacted by the Islamic militants (Independent)

Why Microsoft HoloLens Will Destroy Humanity, If We Let It (Huffington Post)

Why Oscar-Winning Director Kevin Macdonald Decided to Make a Submarine Thriller (Time Magazine)

The fight against Boko Haram: Africa's Islamic State (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Pakistan after the Peshawar school massacre: The man with a plan (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

London hosts terror talks to combat ISIS (Russia Today)

Shelling kills civilians in Ukraine (CNN)

Isis Japanese hostages: Japan 'reiterates it will not pay ransom' as 72-hour $200m deadline to save two men draws closer (Independent)

Why I am Determined to End Hunger in Our Classrooms (Huffington Post)

Obama lying to the world about ISIS' (Russia Today)

Argentine President: Death of prosecutor investigating 1994 attack on Jewish centre was killed in a plot to smear my name (Independent)

See the State With the Cheapest Gas in the U.S. (Time Magazine)

Bill and Melinda Gates: Our bet for 2030 (CNN)

B oris Johnson pays absolutely outrageous' US tax bill (Russia Today)

European Central Bank Unveils Stimulus Plan to Jolt Eurozone Back to Life (Time Magazine)

Drastic cuts & privatization of state forensics may jeopardize criminal trials (Russia Today)

'I said please don't shoot me, please please don't shoot me': The moment gunman Man Haron Monis told Sydney siege hostage Selina Win Pe she had '15 minutes to live' (Daily Mail)

Spanish musician sings Bach pitches around the world (Daily Mail)

Hamas calls on Hezbollah to unite fight against Israel (Reuters)

Britain's 'out of control' bill blasted as extra EU payment sees Government borrowing soar (Daily Express)

Modi to welcome Obama in Fortress Delhi (Reuters)

Jay Leno defends women alleging sexual assault by Bill Cosby video (Guardian)

Egyptian police raping female and MALE anti-government activists, say those arrested (Daily Mail)

France's Activist Role in Muslim World (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Prosecutor's death not suicide, says Argentinian president (Guardian)

Russia, Ukraine agree on pullback line for heavy weapons (Fox News)

WorldViews: The Sun's topless Page 3 models are back (Washington Post - Paywall)

Argentina's Fernandez says death of prosecutor was not suicide (Reuters)

Virginia Roberts' denies she had relations with Bill Clinton (Daily Mail)

Charlie Hebdo terrorists' namesakes get insults, death threats' in France (Russia Today)

Isis publishes penal code listing amputation, crucifixion and stoning as punishments - and vows to vigilantly enforce it (Independent)

Kurds say they have ejected Islamic State militants from large area in northern Iraq (Washington Post - Paywall)

Blame game as civilians killed in Ukraine bus stop shelling (Channel4)

Italy police recover 5,000 artefacts (BBC)

Japan scambles for ways to free Islamic State hostages (Fox News)

How the legal punishments handed out in Saudi Arabia compare to those of Isis (Independent)

Newcastle caravan death couple named (BBC)

Houthis' Rise in Yemen Risks Empowering al-Qaeda (Time Magazine)

Litvinenko's wife says inquiry will finally reveal facts of ex-KGB spy's death (Reuters)

Police record 3% rise in crime (BBC)

Elephant tramples couple to death in India (Daily Mail)

Jamaica official says marijuana reform bill ready (Daily Mail)

Boris Johnson settles US tax bill (BBC)

ISIS gaining ground in Yemen (CNN)

Beard of Egypt's King Tut hastily glued back on with epoxy (Daily Mail)

Pair caught on camera high-fiving each other after vicious street attack which left man with shocking facial injuries (Daily Mail)

North Korean Leader May Visit Moscow (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Prince Andrew sex allegations: Virginia Roberts denies ever having 'sexual relations' with former US president Bill Clinton (Independent)

Why chaos in Yemen worries West (CNN)

New Scottish powers bill published (BBC)

'No rebel withdrawal' in Yemen (BBC)

Austria's first trial of alleged Islamic State fighter starts (Reuters)

India, Russia advance arms talks days before Obama trip (Reuters)

Brian Blessed Collapses During 'King Lear' Performance... But Is Back On Stage In 20 Minutes (Huffington Post)

Labor ministry prepares bill on blacklisting civil servants for losing trust' (Russia Today)

WWII horse nicknamed 'The Sikh' WALKED back to Britain from Russia (Daily Mail)

The incredible world of micro-robots (CNN)

Deal gives Yemen rebels new power (CNN)

One hour of exercise a week found to reduce chance of premature death (Daily Mail)

Egyptian Families Plead for Help for the Forgotten ISIS Hostages (Time Magazine)

State of the Union: 68 years in 68 seconds (CNN)

Boris Johnson Agrees To Pay 'Outrageous' US Tax Bill (Huffington Post)

Japanese journalist Tsuneoka offers to help save ISIS hostages (Daily Mail)

New Jersey police shoot man dead after stopping car video (Guardian)

No chance of state default in Russia Deputy PM (Russia Today)

South Florida man Dennis Antiporek 'cooked to death' in sauna with 'faulty timer' (Daily Mail)

German police arrest two suspected members of Islamic State (Reuters)

Donetsk bus shelling: At least seven killed after shell hits bus in rebel-held city in eastern Ukraine (Independent)

Head of Guantanamo Navy base fired amid probe into affair, death (CBS News)

Venezuela Leader Lays Path for Reforms (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iraq forces not ready' to fight Isis (Guardian)

Jamaica approves bill in first step towards legalising marijuana (Independent)

Jerame Reid shooting: Police dashboard camera footage released of fatal shooting of black man (Independent)

Jerame Reid shooting: Dashboard camera footage shows police shoot dead black man with his hands raised (Independent)

How to beat the late life blues: gloomy about getting older? These simple and uplifting tips from a top doctor will soon put the spring back in your step (Daily Mail)

Boko Haram leader warns mass murder of 2,000 civilians in Baga is just 'tip of the iceberg' (Independent)

Boko Haram leader warns mass murder of hundreds in Baga is just 'tip of the iceberg' (Independent)

Japan Says Efforts to Contact Islamic State About Hostages Have Failed (New York Times - Paywall)

Dozen former French soldiers, including elite troops, join ISIS - reports (Russia Today)

History in the making: Teenager uses Lego to depict scenes from the Second World War for school project (Daily Mail)

Ex-Lib Dem peer puts up £600,000 to back Miliband (Daily Mail)

Video shows unarmed man shot dead by police in New Jersey (Channel4)

Mystery over Argentinian prosecutor's death deepens as secret entrance found (Guardian)

Woman who desperately wanted a baby but couldn't find Mr Right co-parents with a gay man she met on a donor website (Daily Mail)

At Least 7 Killed in Shelling of City Bus in Eastern Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

Yemen leader ready to accept demands of Houthis after his guards defeated (Reuters)

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un May Visit Moscow, Russia Says (Time Magazine)

Japan Seeks to Contact Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Afghans stage small demonstration against Charlie Hebdo magazine near French Embassy in Kabul (Fox News)

John Kerry Slams Rebels as Fighting in Ukraine Spirals Further Out of Control (Time Magazine)

1,200 Ticket Refunds Requested for Bill Cosby's Denver Shows (Time Magazine)

13 killed, dozens injured after shell hit stop - eastern Ukraine (Russia Today)

South Korea Supreme Court upholds sedition ruling against ex-MP (Reuters)

Obama and Modi strengthen US-India ties (Financial Times - Paywall)

Japan agonizes over how to free 2 captives of Islamic State; expert offers to try negotiating (Fox News)

British Tabloid the Sun Puts Topless Models Back on Page Three (Time Magazine)

Cricket hero bounces back from cancer (CNN)

Ukraine and Russia agree dividing line for pulling back heavy weapons (Guardian)

State of emergency, schools, roads closed in Edgewater, NJ after apartment inferno (Russia Today)

US plays instigator's role' in Ukraine crisis Russian UN envoy (Russia Today)

Strikes, attacks over demands for new elections bring turbulent politics back to Bangladesh (Fox News)

Nearly half of Americans support demilitarizing police poll (Russia Today)

Bill and Melinda Gates annual letter: what do you think of their vision? (Guardian)

Complaint Against Kirchner Released (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Chile to reopen Neruda death inquiry (BBC)

Dashcam records deadly police traffic stop in New Jersey (CBS News)

Bill Gates: digital learning will revolutionise education in global south (Guardian)

Venezuela leader pledges 15 pct wage hike amid economic crisis, rejects currency devaluation (Fox News)

The Leader of Germany's Anti-Islam Group Quits After His Hitler Photo Goes Viral (Time Magazine)

Democrats to fight Obama on secret trade deal authorization (Russia Today)

After defiant speech, Obama brings message to Republican heartland (Reuters)

Mystery around crusading Argentine prosecutor's death grows as more questions arise (Fox News)

Man arrested over Madonna hack (BBC)

News Analysis: Boehner Invites Another Response to State of Union, From Israel's Premier (New York Times - Paywall)

Republicans drop abortion bill debate amid internal divisions (Guardian)

Japanese held by ISIS met in Syria (CNN)

The Women's World Tennis No. 7 Got Asked to do a Twirl' By a Male Presenter (Time Magazine)

John Kerry warns against Iran sanctions bill (CBS News)

Jamaican lawmakers consider bill to decriminalize marijuana (CBS News)

Republicans scrap abortion bill (CNN)

UN urges Myanmar to speak out against sexist, insulting language from firebrand monk (Fox News)

Justice Department set to clear Ferguson police officer of civil rights charges (Russia Today)

Why I refuse to see 'American Sniper' (CNN)

Japan wants to communicate with ISIS (CNN)

Monster who wished 10 million Jews had been murdered: After this week's TV drama about Eichmann's trial, a new book reveals the full horror of the man who claimed he was 'just a small cog' in the Nazi machine (Daily Mail)

Leader of Boko Haram says God told him to carry out massacre (Los Angeles Times)

Yemen and Houthi rebels reach deal to end violence (Los Angeles Times)

News Analysis: Boehner Invites Another Response to State of Union, From Israeli Premier (New York Times - Paywall)

NJ cops shoot 9 times, kill black man who had his hands up (Russia Today)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Thursday 22nd January 2015 (Huffington Post)

German Anti-Islam Movement Loses a Leader (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

France Vows Forceful Measures Against Terrorism (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Cameroon: German Hostage Is Freed (New York Times - Paywall)

Video Shows Man Shot by New Jersey Police Raising Hands (Time Magazine)

World Briefing: Italy: Looted Antiquities Are Recovered (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Turkey: 2 Officers Sentenced in Death (New York Times - Paywall)

Yemen chaos threatens U.S. anti-terror campaign (CNN)

World Briefing: Vatican: Pope Revisits Rabbits' Remark (New York Times - Paywall)

Video shows US police fatal shooting (BBC)

Florida town bans police use of mugshots for target practice, chief still on the job (Russia Today)

Fatal police shooting caught on dash cam (CBS News)

Ukraine Plans Talks With Creditors (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

NY man bulldozes wifes house (CBS News)

Hitler selfie costs protest leader his post (CNN)

Why Obama's India Republic Day visit is significant (BBC)

TLC's My Strange Addiction's Chicago man who's hooked on wearing body casts (Daily Mail)

£40billion a month bill to prop up ailing euro (Daily Mail)

Bill Cosby's TV Son Says Hearing Allegations Is Painful' (Time Magazine)

State of the Union: Silence on key issues (CNN)

Germany: Russia, Ukraine Agree on Heavy Weapons Pullback (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Yemen president, rebels reach deal to end standoff (CBS News)

Anti-Islam protest leader steps down over Hitler selfie (CNN)

Obama: 'The State of the Union is strong' (CNN)

This State Could Soon Have the Country's Highest Minimum Wage (Time Magazine)

Ukraine says more Russian troops crossed border; fighting escalates (Los Angeles Times)

German PEGIDA leader Lutz Bachmann investigated after Adolf Hitler pose (Daily Mail)

Ukraine rebels in land grab, says US (BBC)

Gold Trafford Man Utd back as world's 2nd richest club (Daily Star)

Man trying to emulate De Niro dies in Russian roulette horror (Daily Star)

News Analysis: At Risk of Fragmenting, Yemen Poses Dangers to U.S. (New York Times - Paywall)

VIDEO: State of the world in seven snowballs (BBC)

Man stabs 9 in Israeli bus attack (CNN)

Rebels Agree to End Siege of Yemen President (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Miliband blocked Iraq war inquiry again and again, says Cameron... and Labour leader dismisses the delay in two sentences (Daily Mail)

We meet the mothers whove suffered the ultimate betrayal Why husbands cheat when their wives are PREGNANT (Daily Mail)

Insight - Disenchanted militants in South Asia eye Islamic State with envy (Reuters)

Yemen at Risk of Fragmenting, Posing Challenge for U.S. (New York Times - Paywall)

31.7 Million Tuned in to Obama's State of the Union Address (Time Magazine)

German anti-Islam group leader quits after Hitler pic (CBS News)

Microsoft unveils Windows 10 and the start menu is BACK (Daily Mail)

Kurdish forces squeeze Islamic State supply line in northern Iraq (Reuters)

El Salvador police free to shoot gang members if threatened (Reuters)

Palestinian man stabs people on Tel Aviv rush-hour bus (Washington Post - Paywall)

Woman wins $134,000 settlement after drug law enforcement police set up a fake Facebook page in her name (Independent)

Heavy weapons in Ukraine must be pulled back urgently Normandy Four' (Russia Today)

Senators Press Obama on New Iran Sanctions (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Yemen president held "captive" in his home, aides say (CBS News)

Barcelona Journal: Battle Over Artworks Pits a City Against Disinherited Daughters (New York Times - Paywall)

Is ISIS captor 'Jihadi John?' (CNN)

Eric Pickles 'unlawfully discriminated' against gypsies, High Court rules (Daily Mail)

North Korean Leader May Visit Moscow, Russia Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Jay Leno on Bill Cosby: Why Is It So Hard' to Believe Women? (Time Magazine)

DNA screening of every man in 'Midsomer Murders' Bosham village begins (Daily Mail)

Man arrested in Canada over carrying dangerous chemicals (CBS News)

Belgium Identifies Pair Suspected of Terrorist Plot and Killed in Police Raid (New York Times - Paywall)

Israeli man arrested in online leak of Madonna songs (Los Angeles Times)

Chile reopens Pablo Neruda death investigation to test for poisoning (Guardian)

New York man demolishes wifes house with bulldozer (CBS News)

German Activist Against Islamization' Posed as Hitler for Facebook Photo (New York Times - Paywall)

The legality of Airbnb and why we still use it (CBS News)

London mayor to settle US tax bill (Financial Times - Paywall)

PC death suspect held in Germany (BBC)

New York City to rename two streets after murdered police officers (Independent)

Police arrest Canadian chemist linked to cache of dangerous chemicals (Guardian)

Police arrest man in Germany on suspicion of murdering off-duty officer Neil Coyle (Daily Mail)

Russia and Ukraine in war of words as heavy fighting continues in east (Guardian)

Tucuman robber is beaten to death by lynch mob after shooting dead have-a-go hero (Daily Mail)

The incredible moment a frog escapes death by freeing itself from the jaws of a water snake (Daily Mail)

US says Russia's latest 'peace plan' for Ukraine is nothing more than an 'occupation plan' (Fox News)

Baltimore judge dismisses charges in NC teens death (CBS News)

West seeks to isolate, overthrow Putin while demanding he resolves Ukraine crisis presidential spox (Russia Today)

NTAs 2015: Bill Roache Pays Tribute To Anne Kirkbride, His 'Coronation Street' Co-Star For Over 40 Years (Huffington Post)

Republicans cut Obama's climate change comments from State of the Union speech video (Guardian)

Battle Rages With Rebels at Border Post in Ukraine (New York Times - Paywall)

Oil price drop is economic warfare against US enemies' (Russia Today)

Record 50m hoard of looted Italian antiquities unveiled by police (Guardian)

WorldViews: Why the death of an Argentine prosecutor is captivating the world (Washington Post - Paywall)

Off-the-cuff and full of swagger: Obama's State of the Union leaves GOP enraged (Guardian)

Beard of Egypt's King Tutankhamun glued back on with epoxy after detached during cleaning (Fox News)

Israeli man arrested in Madonna song leak probe -police source (Daily Mail)

Top Islamic group urges UN ban on contempt' of religions (Russia Today)

Michael Wenham, man accused of killing prostitute 'bought sex toys and visited swingers' club' (Daily Mail)

IMF Chief Backs Ukraine Request for Bigger Bailout (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Islamic State: Japanese reporter was captured after returning to Syria to help his friend (Daily Express)

After defiant speech, Obama heads to Republican heartland (Reuters)

Ukraine seeks larger IMF bailout deal (Financial Times - Paywall)

Brazilian surfer shot by off-duty police officer who had been on drinking binge' (Guardian)

New questions about death of prosecutor who accused Argentine president of cover-up (Fox News)

Knife attacker BEHEADS man and kills another in Chinese shopping mall (Daily Mail)

For Lulz? PEGIDA leader Lutz Bachmann steps down after Hitler-style pic emerges (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Rebels tighten grip on Yemen capital (BBC)

Germany's Pegida leader steps down over Adolf Hitler photo (Guardian)

Russia says no proof it sent troops, arms to east Ukraine (Reuters)

Yemen rebels gain ground, al Qaeda gains "space" (CBS News)

Yemen conflict: An old hand at work in the country's bloody civil war (Independent)

Yemen conflict: Old hand at work in the country's bloody civil war (Independent)

German PEGIDA leader resigns after Hitler pose prompts investigation (Reuters)

Egypt lets pound hit low against dollar (Financial Times - Paywall)

German party leader quits over Hitler row (Financial Times - Paywall)

Congress in Netanyahu snub to Obama (BBC)

Chinese schoolboy bleeds to death after his throat is cut by a fake doctor (Daily Mail)

Pegida leader Lutz Bachmann steps down over Hitler photograph (Independent)

Pegida leader Lutz Bachmann steps down after Hitler photograph (Independent)

Five things we learned about Obama from the State of the Union (Independent)

From trolling social media to funny faces, Obama's State of the Union got tongues wagging (Russia Today)

Gulf states denounce rebel 'coup' in Yemen (Russia Today)

Obama's state of the union 'victory lap' (BBC)

ISIS lovers' hack websites in 40 Spanish towns (Russia Today)

How 2 Japanese men ended up in ISIS hands (CBS News)

Man dubbed 'Cannibal Cop' Gilberto Valle says he is looking for 'non-judgmental' partner on online dating site (Independent)

Taliban Fissures in Afghanistan Are Seen as an Opening for ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

Communist leader suggests comrades climb Kremlin towers to check red stars (Russia Today)

Protests after Turkey police jailed (BBC)

Pegida leader steps down after Hitler photo (Channel4)

Coup fears as Houthi rebels seize Yemen president's palace (Channel4)

The Chilcot inquiry 2009-15: why is it taking so long? (Channel4)

Obama on greatest threat: Not ISIS (CNN)

Chilean man shoots himself dead while playing Russian Roulette (Daily Mail)

North Korea's Aur Koryo named WORST in the world for fourth year running (Daily Mail)

'Murmurings and mutterings': Labour warns against politician's anti-Semitism (Russia Today)

Delivery driver stole more than 50,000 Panini World Cup football stickers from warehouse (Daily Mail)

Lagarde: 'My father's death was pivotal' (CNN)

Why the BBC News app has been revamped (BBC)

Death certificate overhaul 'deferred' (BBC)

Palestinian Man Stabs Israelis on Bus in Tel Aviv, Police Say (New York Times - Paywall)

Bi-gender teenager lives life as a man and a woman (Daily Mail)

What a dreamer' Rogozin ridicules Obama claim of Russian economy in ruins (Russia Today)

Yemen rebels seize presidential sites but deny coup (Los Angeles Times)

How a man by her side in the labour ward can make a mother feel even MORE pain (Daily Mail)

Why India should not get complacent over its tiger population (BBC)

WorldViews: How Saudi Arabia's harsh legal punishments compare to the Islamic State's (Washington Post - Paywall)

French police beat, pepper-spray asylum seekers Human Rights Watch (Russia Today)

Lavrov on Obama speech: Efforts to isolate Russia will fail (Russia Today)

Police brutality activists angry Obama glossed over Ferguson events' in SOTU (Russia Today)

More campus police officers armed despite falling crime rates report (Russia Today)

Obama faces GOP Congress with plans for middle class, cybersecurity, Gitmo (Russia Today)

Should nations just pay ISIS ransom? (CNN)

GOP, support Obama on taxing the wealthy (CNN)

Obama to seek approval to use military force (CNN)

WorldViews: Four months ago, Obama called Yemen's war on terror a success. Now the Yemeni government may fall. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Yemen rebels attack presidential compound, weakening U.S.-backed leader (Washington Post - Paywall)

Islamic State demands $200 million ransom for two Japanese hostages (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: MAP: These 66 countries haven't merited mention in more than 50 years of State of the Union speeches (Washington Post - Paywall)

Charlie Hebdo editorial: Why we draw, write (CNN)

In pictures: Muslims protest against Charlie Hebdo (Channel4)

As groups police the police, some add guns to the mix (CBS News)

Ukraine troops 'reclaim most of Donetsk airport' from rebels (Channel4)

Why has Islamic State released 200 Yazidis in north Iraq? (Channel4)

Is this why 'Selma' was snubbed? (CNN)

The state of the states: Republicans in charge (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Laws on boxing: Bouncing back (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Taiwan: A-bian back home (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The Supreme Court: Draw back the curtain? (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Terror in Paris: A blow against freedom (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The north-east: Back in the cold (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Iran in Iraq and Syria: Death of a general (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Nigerian politics: Church, state and mosque (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Housing: Why grumble? (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The fight against Ebola: Exorcising the ghostly fever (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

World Health Organisation: Too big to ail (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Banyan: The world is Xi's oyster (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)