Saturday, 14th March 2015

World News

Did Cage director train Jihadi John? MoS uncovers new evidence that links apologists for ISIS butcher to his desert weapons camp (Daily Mail)

Cyclone Pam Leaves Pacific Island Battered (NBC News)

Iraqi Kurds: Desperate' ISIS using suicide bombers laden with chemical weapons (Russia Today)

Dozens feared dead in Vanuatu after cyclone Pam leaves trail of destruction (Guardian)

ISIS executes nine 'spies' for 'betraying the religion of Allah' in second gruesome video to surface this week... but not before forcing the terrified captives to confess on tape (Daily Mail)

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Police shoot gunman on live TV after dramatic car chase - VIDEO (Daily Express)

Widow holds up red card in court to the man who killed her husband over game of football (Daily Star)

Michaela Strachan tells how she's fighting back after her double mastectomy (Daily Mail)

Iraqi group claims ISIS used chemical weapons (CBS News)

Vanuatu declares emergency after deadly cyclone (CNN)

Ebola: at least 10 US citizens possibly exposed to be flown back from Africa (Guardian)

Huge Pacific cyclone devastates Vanuatu, at least eight dead (Reuters)

Iraqi Kurds say Islamic State used chlorine gas against them (Reuters)

Pakistan faces global anger over bid to execute man jailed over killing aged 14 (Guardian)

Lib Dems think they could lose half of their seats and STILL be back in power after the election (Daily Mail)

Vanuatu Hit by Deadly Cyclone Pam (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Bangladesh seeking police 'black sheep' on duty when US blogger was killed (Guardian)

'Smelly poo' was so pungent British Airways flight returns to airport (Daily Star)

Man Shoots Family of 5, Killing Dad and Daughter: Cops (NBC News)

Islamic State used chemical weapons against peshmerga, Kurds say (Guardian)

Cyclone Hits Island Nation of Vanuatu and Kills 6 (New York Times - Paywall)

Islamic State fighters and force allied with Tripoli clash in central Libya (Reuters)

Leggy blonde advertises sex on Facebook after her mum nags her about having kids (Daily Star)

Ancient statues destroyed by ISIS fake, real ones safe report (Russia Today)

Family home destroyed by fire after can of hairspray exploded when it was left next to a warm HAIRDRYER (Daily Mail)

How Four Years of Civil War Has Destroyed Syria (Newsweek Magazine)

Bangladesh seeking police on duty when U.S. blogger was killed (Reuters)

Name of quarry death man released (BBC)

Body of ex-Royal Marine who was first Briton killed fighting against ISIS has been returned to his family (Daily Mail)

Possible Ebola Exposure Sends 10 Aid Workers Back to U.S. (New York Times - Paywall)

British Airways plane forced to turn back to Heathrow over 'pungent smell from toilet' (Independent)

BA plane forced to turn back to Heathrow over 'pungent smell from toilet' (Independent)

Kurds Say ISIS Used Chemical Weapons (Time Magazine)

Why this years Pi Day is special (CBS News)

Teenager, 19, jailed for 12 years after sexually assaulting 84-year-old woman at knifepoint in attack so brutal she suffered 44 separate injuries (Daily Mail)

Cyclone Pam leaves trail of destruction in Pacific's Vanuatu (Los Angeles Times)

San Diego Zoo gives public a sneak peek at their 'butterfly jungle' - video (Guardian)

'I've never heard anything like it' British Airways flight diverted because of SMELLY POO (Daily Express)

Rescue of toddler who survived river crash caught on video (CNN)

Neil deGrasse Tyson's Pi Day Tweet Has the Perfect Amount of Nerd (Time Magazine)

First missing UK schoolgirl named (BBC)

Sharmeena Begum: Fourth Isis schoolgirl named as father claims he told police to warn families (Independent)

Missing schoolgirls: First teenager who fled from east London named as Sharmeena Begum as father says he told police to warn trio's families (Independent)

2,000 attend funeral for German woman who was killed fighting with the Kurds in Syria (Fox News)

Power of ten: How neocons and the fake-left took over British establishment (Russia Today)

Medieval Tuscan castle with more than 100 bedrooms and that was home to two Popes goes on sale in Italy for £20million making it the largest private home on the market (Daily Mail)

Man 'too young' for execution (CNN)

Jihadis turn sights on major world landmarks with threat to blow up Big Ben (Daily Star)

Aerial view of China's hukou waterfall on the yellow river - video (Guardian)

Tony Blairs bloody crusades are to blame for British youngsters being radicalised by Islamic extremists, says John Prescott (Daily Mail)

Fossil Fuels Will Save the World (Really) (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Wannabe model jailed for stabbing man at "house party gone wrong" (Daily Star)

Iraqi Kurds say ISIS used chemical weapons against troops (Fox News)

Georgia Aquarium Trainer Found Dead After Video Surfaces Allegedly Documenting His Dolphin Abuse (Newsweek Magazine)

Forest fires near Chile's Valparaiso cause thousands to evacuate - video report (Guardian)

Neighbours describe scene as 'like a horror movie' after after gunman attacks family home killing father and 9-year-old daughter (Independent)

Video shows man attempted to help British schoolgirls into Syria (CBS News)

US-led air strikes hit key Isis targets amid battle with Kurdish forces (Guardian)

A tale of two languages: How 70 years of separation has seen vocabulary of North and South Korea splinter into two different dialects (Daily Mail)

ISIS terror group losing territory to Kurdish forces (CBS News)

Vanuatu president in cyclone appeal (BBC)

Suspect in 2013 Kenyan mall attack killed in U.S. drone strike (CBS News)

Myanmar Blames Rebels for Bomb That Killed China Farmers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Deadly cyclone causes death and devastation in the South Pacific (CBS News)

40 feared dead after cyclone Pam devastates tropical islands (Daily Star)

Footballer who killed referee with one punch during park game jailed for eight years (Independent)

Amateur footballer who killed referee with one punch during park game in Detroit jailed (Independent)

Petraeus Advising White House on ISIS (Newsweek Magazine)

Woman branded worlds ugliest in YouTube video becomes anti-bullying activist (Daily Mail)

Child sex abuse is "woven into society" Theresa May warns inquiry is tip of iceberg (Daily Star)

Early Death Toll in Cyclone Pam in Pacific (Newsweek Magazine)

You're taking the pic: Girl hits back at boyfriend for picking FIFA over SEX (Daily Star)

Blog reveals terror suspect's path to ISIS (CNN)

White wins first title at Indian Open (BBC)

Quick Answers to Double Shooting Elude Police in Ferguson, Missouri (Newsweek Magazine)

School sent 20 youngsters home because they turned up with hair dyed red for Comic Relief (Daily Mail)

Tory cuts will take Britain back to the days when children left school at 14, Miliband claims as he launches Labour pledge card (Daily Mail)

Kurds battle Islamic State in Syria, U.S.-led coalition jets strike (Reuters)

Samantha Houlgrave jailed for 10 years for stabbing partygoer (Daily Mail)

Child sex abuse 'woven into society' (BBC)

Japan promises $4 billion in aid to combat disasters over four years (Reuters)

Most irrational day of the century: Math lovers celebrate Pi day (Russia Today)

Boys held in U.S. school sex case (CNN)

Child sex abuse is 'woven into the fabric of British society', claims Theresa May (Daily Mail)

Where is Tropical Cyclone Pam headed next? (CNN)

Child executioner in ISIS video recognized by classmates' in France (Russia Today)

14 Los Angeles High Schoolers Suspected of Sex Crimes (Time Magazine)

Human embryos 'genetically modified for the first time' (Daily Mail)

Thousands of bees escape onto highway in China - video (Guardian)

Tikrit to be liberated within three days after Isis lay explosives forcing stalemate with volunteer army prompting need for more professional help (Independent)

Solar Eclipse: What happens when the world goes completely BONKERS (Daily Star)

Philippine police report was speculative - president's spokesman (Reuters)

Only 25 British terror suspects have had their bank accounts frozen, report reveals (Daily Mail)

Ancient artefacts looted by ISIS being sold on EBAY (Daily Mail)

Claims of child sex abuse are just the 'tip of the iceberg', warns Theresa May (Daily Express)

Tropical cyclone slams into Vanuatu, leaving death and destruction in its wake (Washington Post - Paywall)

In Libya, a Rift Widens Over How to Defeat ISIS (Newsweek Magazine)

Cyclone Pam Ravages Vanuatu With Dozens Feared Dead And Hundreds In Emergency Shelters (Huffington Post)

Virgin Erica Holloway 'repulsed' by sex encourages husband Andrew to sleep with escorts (Daily Mail)

Cyclone devastates Vanuatu (Financial Times - Paywall)

US secretary of state remains cautious about Iran deal but cites progress (Guardian)

The Greek election: why I went home to vote for the first time (Guardian)

ISIS tunnel bomb hits army HQ (CNN)

Massive Cyclone Ravages South Pacific Island Nation (Time Magazine)

Are those porn stars enjoying their jobs? The sex questions children aged 11 will be asked in government-backed lessons (Daily Mail)

Vanuatu Hit By Deadly Cyclone Pam (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Red Nose Day 2015: David Walliams and John Bishop poke fun at Jeremy Clarkson (Daily Express)

First democratically elected leader of Maldives jailed for 13 years on terrorism charges (Independent)

State Department Casts Doubt on Clinton's Email Claim (Time Magazine)

'Complete devastation': Dozens feared dead after cyclone rips through Vanuatu islands (Daily Express)

John Prescott 'says Tony Blair's bloody crusades led to radicalisation of British Muslims' (Daily Express)

Red Nose Day 2015: Daniel Craig's 'real voice' revealed in Bond skit with Roger Moore (Daily Express)

Cyclone Pam leaves scene of destruction in Vanuatu - video (Guardian)

Police in eastern India say bandits gang rape nun who tried to stop them from robbing school (Fox News)

Royal Baby: William And Kate 'Advertising For Child And Dog-Friendly Housekeeper' For Grand Norfolk Home (Huffington Post)

Video 'shows ISIS teens' (CNN)

Iraqi offensive on Tikrit on hold for second day (Reuters)

Cyclone tears through South Pacific islands of Vanuatu (Channel4)

U.S. Airstrikes Target Big Groups of Islamic State Forces (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Spotlight gaffe: Video of Polish minister using desk lamp as mic goes viral (Russia Today)

Francis expects his papacy to be no more than five years (CNN)

EXCLUSIVE - A bitter rivalry with Amelia Earhart, a marriage to a black man and a ban from flying because of her menstrual cycle: The incredible and utterly tragic story of 'Lady Icarus' - the first person to fly solo across Africa (Daily Mail)

Comic Relief: One Direction Tribute Band No Direction Get Funny For Money With Red Nose Day Performance (VIDEO) (Huffington Post)

Dozens feared dead in Burma after overcrowded ferry sinks off Myanmar coast, police say (Independent)

Syria Schoolgirls Seen In New Video Being Drive From Turkey To Syria (Huffington Post)

The destruction of cyclone Pam - in pictures (Guardian)

Massive cyclone rips across Vanuatu, killing 'at least 40 people and leaving thousands homeless' as it causes CATASTROPHIC destruction on the island nation (Daily Mail)

Gorilla rescued from Bangkok zoo on shopping centre's seventh floor after 28 years in captivity (Independent)

Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed jailed for 13 years (Guardian)

DJ Neil Fox arrested after woman comes forward with sex assault claims (Daily Mail)

Red Nose Day 2015: Comic Relief breaks £1 BILLION mark after 30 years (Daily Express)

VIDEO: Eagle prepares for world record bid (BBC)

Isis child militant: Boy seen 'shooting Israeli-Arab spy' in Islamic State video recognised by schoolmates in Toulouse (Independent)

David Walliams Kisses Orlando Bloom During Comic Relief World Record Attempt After Little Britain' Stephen Hawking Sketch (VIDEO) (Huffington Post)

Dozens die as 'overloaded' ferry sinks in Burma, police say (Guardian)

How the FIRST British schoolgirl Sharmeena Begum fled to join ISIS (Daily Mail)

Cyclone devastates Pacific islands (BBC)

Cyclone Pam: At least eight feared dead as storm batters Vanuatu, ripping off roofs, uprooting trees and devastating villages (Independent)

Cyclone Pam: 'Dozens' feared dead as storm batters Vanuatu, ripping off roofs, uprooting trees and devastating villages (Independent)

US trio who 'vowed to kill President Obama and plant bomb in New York' deny plot to join Isis (Independent)

Nigel Farage claims NHS almost killed him as he blames Indian doctor for losing testicle after it swelled to the size of a rock hard lemon (Daily Mail)

Francis 'Has Feeling' Papacy Will Be 4-5 Years (NBC News)

Ukip's Nigel Farage: 'The NHS Almost Killed Me' (Huffington Post)

Police: Man shoots family of 5, killing father and daughter (CBS News)

Meet the man leading Britain's fight against Ebola (Guardian)

Nigel Farage: 'NHS almost killed me' (BBC)

Live like a mole: Eco-friendly Michigan home built UNDERGROUND to help save money on utilities (Daily Mail)

Cyclone Pam leaves trail of destruction in Pacific's Vanuatu; unconfirmed reports of deaths (Fox News)

3/13: Have conditions improved at the Phoenix VA?; Man with ALS inspires far-reaching act of kindness (CBS News)

Comic Relief raises £1bn in 30 years (BBC)

The birth of hip hop: Unseen photographs offer glimpse inside the seminal years of New York's subculture that revolutionized music, fashion, and dance forever (Daily Mail)

Shocking moment LAPD shoot man on live television as they pursue him for kidnapping and he fires gun at officers (Daily Mail)

Cyclone Pam leaves swath of destruction in Pacifics Vanuatu (CBS News)

LA car chase ends in shootout with police on live television (Russia Today)

World Briefing: Venezuela: Inmate Dies in State Custody (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Maldives: Ex-President Is Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison (New York Times - Paywall)

Teen killed watching first snowfall (CNN)

Sweden wants DNA of WikiLeaks man (CNN)

When LIBBY PURVES wrote a book on motherhood 30 years ago life was so much simpler. Drawing on her own family triumphs and tragedies, she says on the eve of Mother's Day... It's NEVER been so tough to be a mum (Daily Mail)

Doctors claim first penis transplant (CNN)

Maldives' ex-president Nasheed sentenced to 13 years in prison (Reuters)

World Briefing: Iceland: No Longer Eager to Join E.U. (New York Times - Paywall)

Britain will turn from day to night with the great eclipse (Daily Mail)

Nine Students Arrested in HS Sex Crimes Investigation (NBC News)

Police wary of overreaction, pursuing several leads in Ferguson police shooting (Russia Today)

Highbury Grove School headteacher transforms school with 300 detentions A DAY (Daily Mail)

Dr Lindsey Doe makes YouTube video to warn teen who will not take no for an answer (Daily Mail)

Alleged mastermind of Kenya mall attack killed in U.S. drone strike (CBS News)

Satirists, Led by Muslims, Find Much to Mock in ISIS (New York Times - Paywall)

Iraqi Forces Push ISIS Out of ''Key Positions' of Tikrit (NBC News)

Latest on shooting of 2 police officers in Ferguson (CBS News)

South Pacific cyclone 'kills dozens' (BBC)

Diabetes rules that mean doctors will prescribe old-style drugs will 'put NHS back a decade' (Daily Mail)

British Leader Diverges From U.S. on China Policy and Military Spending (New York Times - Paywall)

Island's first female chief Viking is due to set the heather alight (Daily Express)

EXCLUSIVE: 'Desperate' Islamic State to get MORE brutal as their grip loosens, says expert (Daily Express)

Drones to be banned near Queen's official Scottish home (Daily Express)

Thug jailed after police find incriminating selfie on his phone (Daily Star)

British muslim muay thai champ wants to knock down stereotypes as well as her opponents (Daily Star)

Katie Preston spent five years trying now has three children from IVF (Daily Mail)

Sharmeena Begum British girl left to join Isis after upheavals at home (Guardian)

As peek-a-boo Ed nods off during St Paul's Afghanistan commemoration service... his two predecessors sneak out the back door to avoid angry relatives of the fallen (Daily Mail)

First dogs, now birds: Meet DARPA's new robot breakthrough (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Venezuelan man arrested during last year's protests dies in custody of intelligence police (Fox News)

Asteroids hurtling towards Earth 185 million years apart hit the SAME spot, study claims (Daily Mail)

Tropical Cyclone Pam slams Vanuatu capital (CNN)

Turkish video alleges spy aided UK girls en route to Syria (Reuters)

Iraqi forces pause in battle to drive Islamic State from Tikrit (Reuters)

Police Get Dozens of Tips in Shooting of Cops in Ferguson (NBC News)

Ferguson police chief not sure if shooter targeted officers or link to protesters (Guardian)

Open Source: Video of Female Arab Anchor Shutting Down Rude Male Guest Amazes Western Viewers (New York Times - Paywall)

Man suffers horrific burns after wife throws boiling water at him (Daily Star)

A man and his wallet, reunited after 65 years (BBC)

Red Nose Day 2015: Victoria Wood crowned Great Comic Relief Bake Off champion (Daily Express)

CIA Director Says ISIS Not Islamic, But Psychopathic' (Time Magazine)

Can the world get richer forever? (BBC)

Releasing gorillas back into the wild (CBS News)

Slender Man stabbing: Wisconsin girls must be tried as adults, judge says (Guardian)

Wanted: Police chief to turn race tide in Ferguson (CNN)

30 years of .com: What is Internet, anyway? (CNN)

Dog showers soldier with licks as he returns home from seven-month deployment in video (Daily Mail)

Facing new test, Cuba's revolution circles back (Washington Post - Paywall)

Massive breakthrough: Manhood amputee receives world's first successful penis transplant (Daily Star)

Red Nose Day 2015: Newly single David Williams kisses Orlando Bloom AND Barbara Windsor (Daily Express)

The Cheap Seats' line dancing song recorded 20 YEARS ago goes viral (Daily Mail)

Bill Cosby could be prosecuted if Nevada lifts statute of limitations on sex crimes (Guardian)

Watch an 82-year-old go online for the first time (CBS News)

Five held in Bosnia with bomb destined for Swedish gang - police (Reuters)

Marines Killed in Black Hawk Crash Identified (NBC News)

Maldives' ex-president sentenced to 13 years in prison (Reuters)

Moment Chinese policeman was killed after being dragged along road by driver (Daily Mail)

Russian state TV channel broadcasts report on Putin meeting BEFORE it actually happens (Daily Express)

Oklahoma State University student Parker Rice bombarded by hate messages (Daily Mail)

CIA director blames social media for strength of ISIS (Russia Today)

Enjoy These 10 Videos of Cute Animals Snoozing in Honor of World Sleep Day (Time Magazine)

Is Iran's role fighting ISIS a good thing? (CNN)

American soldier wounded by ISIS gunfire in Iraq (CBS News)

Red Nose Day 2015: Emma Watson makes hilarious cameo in Vicar Of Dibley Comic Relief skit (Daily Express)

So proud of their hero dads: How the tiny sons of fallen British servicemen melted royal hearts at memorial service for Afghan war dead - but why were MORE veterans' families not invited? (Daily Mail)

Passing out day for the Met's latest much for their diversity targets (Daily Mail)

Man United's David de Gea's girlfriend agrees Manchester is 'uglier than back of a fridge' (Daily Mail)

Police arrest suspect in Iraqi refugee murder case (CBS News)

Slender Man trial: Two young girls accused of stabbing classmates to be tried as adults (Independent)

WorldViews: Mexico's version of WikiLeaks causes controversy before its first story (Washington Post - Paywall)

Saturday is the one day each year that matches up with Pi (Daily Mail)

Police 'diverted abuse probe funds' (BBC)

General Warns of ISIS Fighters Entering U.S. Through Caribbean (Newsweek Magazine)

Maldives ex-president Nasheed jailed for 13 years on terrorism charges (Guardian)

U.S. drone strike believed to have killed Shabab commander in Somalia (Los Angeles Times)

Kathleen Wyatt suing Ecotricity ex-husband Dale Vince 20 years later lives in council house (Daily Mail)

New video 'shows missing UK girls' (BBC)

World Briefing: International Criminal Court Formally Ends Case Against Kenya's President (New York Times - Paywall)

Zimbabwe activist still missing as state officials deny abducting him (Guardian)

Bosnian police arrest 5 men suspected of building bomb for terrorist attack in Scandinavia (Fox News)

Blind man and his sidekick with no arms have planted 10k trees in China in 10 years (Daily Mail)

Pi Day Hits Once-in-a Century Milestone: 3/14/15 (NBC News)

Police Release Shocking CCTV Of Leeds Sexual Assault And Attempted Murder (Huffington Post)

Abu Azrael, the axe wielding Iraqi former university lecturer fighting ISIS (Daily Mail)

Sixth British health worker evacuated from Sierra Leone after Ebola-risk needle pierced suit (Daily Mail)

Maldives' ex-president sentenced to 13 years in prison after disputed trial (Fox News)

Dramatic video shows car hitting teen girl, plowing through storefront (CBS News)

Voyeur Naushad Faruk is jailed for making secret sex tapes of glamour models he tricked into thinking he worked for men's magazine Loaded (Daily Mail)

Three New York men plead not guilty to plot to aid Islamic State (Reuters)

Disney releases Making Today A Perfect Day from Frozen Fever (Daily Mail)

Lee Smith jailed for having sex with pupil on her 15th birthday (Daily Mail)

Texas lawmaker wants to make it illegal to film police (Russia Today)

Direct phone line between US and Cuba re-established for first time in 15 years (Daily Mail)

Slender Man Stabbing Suspects Will be Tried as Adults (NBC News)

UK defence cuts risk leaving America to tackle Russia and ISIS on its own (Daily Mail)

Dallas Police Arrest Suspect in Case of Iraqi Man Killed While Photographing Snow (Newsweek Magazine)

VIDEO: New video 'shows missing Syria girls' (BBC)

Uber driver throws man to the ground 'in self-defence' in bLondon (Daily Mail)

France increases its efforts to back African forces fighting Boko Haram (Fox News)

Man arrested in Stansted car alert (BBC)

Pakistan successfully tests first combat drone (Russia Today)

British teenage girl charged with trying to join Kurdish forces fighting Isis (Guardian)

Why ISIS Is Plundering the Ancient World (Newsweek Magazine)

Iraqi forces 'take revenge on ISIS with beheadings, and mutilations' (Daily Mail)

Linus Norgren: Man jailed over naked 'Sasquatch' attack against hunter (Independent)

Hillsborough inquests: Court hears police called for dogs, not medics as fans crushed to death (Russia Today)

30 Years After Bernhard Goetz, a Subway Shooting Evokes Comparisons (Newsweek Magazine)

What happened to the other man who took tea with Alexander Litvinenko? (Independent)

In Israeli Elections, Winning First Place Is No Guarantee of Becoming Premier (New York Times - Paywall)

Williams back at Indian Wells after it 'disgraced America' (CNN)

Under Pressure From State Media, Russian Liberal Paper May Go Out of Print (Newsweek Magazine)

Could Salvador Dali (who died in 1989) now become a dad for the first time? (Independent)

Arrest in Texas shooting of Iraqi man (CBS News)

Cyclone Pam Inflicts Damage in Vanuatu (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Video reveals ANOTHER Indian lynch-mob kill man accused of rape and murder (Daily Mail)

Sweden offers to question Assange in London over alleged sex crimes (CBS News)

British second home owners celebrate victory over the French in 'guerre du tax' (Daily Mail)

Three Gwent Police officers sacked (BBC)

Hillsborough police chief admits calling for dogs instead of ambulances (Daily Mail)

DJ Dr Fox arrested over new sex claim (Daily Star)

Injured man had been shot in legs (BBC)

Sixth health worker flown back to UK after potential exposure to Ebola (Guardian)

First Dates: The Reasons We Hate Them, The Reasons We Still Go (Huffington Post)

Islamic State recruiters using social media to lure teens (Channel4)

Why Hearing My Son Giggle Will Be the Greatest Gift to Me This Mother's Day (Huffington Post)

Should Mother's Day Be About Reconciliation? (Huffington Post)

Elena Komleva advertises for man to get her pregnant as she's fed up with mother nagging (Daily Mail)

This Morning's Fred Talbot jailed for five years for sex attacks on boys (Daily Mail)

Man gets world's first successful penis transplant after botched circumcision (Guardian)

Cheltenham Festival racegoers shiver in sandals as the final day sees rain (Daily Mail)

First 'successful' penis transplant (BBC)

Dallas police rule out hate crime (BBC)

Fresh footage shows men telling missing British schoolgirls in Turkey as they are helped cross the border into Syria: 'It's nice' (Independent)

Ebola: Sixth Brit flown home (BBC)

Turkey detains Syrian suspected of helping British girls join Islamic State (Los Angeles Times)

South African Man Has World's First Successful Penis Transplant (Newsweek Magazine)

Taming ISIS on Twitter: More than whack-a-mole (CNN)

Kate and David Ogg's 'dead' premature baby came back to life (Daily Mail)

Monica Lewinsky says I was the worlds first cyberbullying victim (Daily Mail)

New York teenager confesses to killing and setting fire to a gay man (Independent)

Amazing designs rocking art world (CNN)

Eerie footage reveals rusting remains of Japanese WWII battleship discovered 70 years after it sank by billionaire who spent eight years searching for it with his private sub (Daily Mail)

Boko Harams new allegiance to ISIS "major advance" for terror brand (CBS News)

Battle for Tikrit a major test of Iraqs ability to defeat ISIS (CBS News)

Matthew Cartmill celebrates his first birthday despite suffering rare condition (Daily Mail)

Hunt for Valerie Graves' killer sees over 2,000 men give DNA to police (Daily Mail)

Death, bring back Terry Pratchett' Thousands of fans sign online petition (Russia Today)

State Executions Rise to Two Per Day in Iran (Newsweek Magazine)

Egypt seeks to bolster economy after four years of turmoil (Los Angeles Times)

Cheating on me with Twitter' Smartphones ruining sex lives, study suggests (Russia Today)

M25 driver arrested after police catch Ferrari California travelling at 150mph (Daily Mail)

Halifax replaces passwords with HEARTBEATS: Bank completes first trials of 'cardiac authentication' for online accounts (Daily Mail)

Police warning over Budget leaks (BBC)

Childhood home of the Duchess of Cornwall goes on the market for £3.15m (Daily Mail)

Global CO2 emissions stall for first time in 40 years as economy grows (Russia Today)

ISIS Fills Tunnel With Explosives, Kills 40 Iraqi Soldiers (Newsweek Magazine)

Russia to provide $13.75mn as part of first IMF loan for Ukraine finance minister (Russia Today)

Robert Downey Jr. gives Iron Man arm to boy with missing limb in video (Daily Mail)

9 billion years later, see star explode (CNN)

Mentally ill man shot dead by ISIS after he slapped Islamic State guard (Daily Mail)

Spain Arrests Eight Suspected ISIS Militants (Newsweek Magazine)

Dallas Mpala who beat mother of his children so badly he broke her back is jailed (Daily Mail)

Ed Two Kitchens' Miliband: Tweets mock Labour leader over opulent £2.3mn London home (Russia Today)

Passionate Zionist' UK ambassador lobbies British universities over Israel's right to exist' forum (Russia Today)

Kanye West threatened by Anonymous in video calling him a 'spoiled little brat' (Daily Mail)

Train travellers paying £215 a day to park at city centre stations (Daily Mail)

Day in pictures: 13 March 2015 (BBC)

Tropical Cyclone Pam to batter Vanuatu: in numbers (Channel4)

As Battle in Iraq Against ISIS Broadens, So Do Backstage Moves (New York Times - Paywall)

Police Failed to Address Sexual Abuse in Northern British City, Report Says (New York Times - Paywall)

Britain's membership in China-led World Bank rival of UK national interest' - spokesman (Russia Today)

British troops killed in Afghanistan remembered, activists condemn bloody legacy (Russia Today)

ISIS Accepts Boko Haram Allegiance (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ten years on, Lebanon's 'Cedar Revolution' (Russia Today)

VIDEO: Cyclone Pam: 'My hotel is shaking' (BBC)

Canadian tourist killed as breached whale hits boat in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (Daily Mail)

Islamic State 'accepts' Boko Haram's allegiance pledge (Channel4)

Islamic State accepts Boko Haram's allegiance pledge (Los Angeles Times)

Video show Pistorius 'playing soccer' (CNN)

Partners in jihad: ISIS welcomes Boko Haram's allegiance (Russia Today)

US General: ISIS recruits could enter America via Caribbean, S. America (Russia Today)

Tourist killed after Mexican boat hits whale (CNN)

Home is best? Switzerland charges anti-ISIS fighter (Russia Today)

World Digest: March 12, 2015 (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: When peeing in public in this German city, beware walls that pee back (Washington Post - Paywall)

Trouble at home (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Syria four years on: how we have covered the conflict (Channel4)

Reporter mugged while waiting to go live on air - video (Channel4)

Islamic State child 'executes Israeli spy' in new video (Channel4)

France mourns Olympians killed in helicopter crash (CNN)

Argentina helicopter crash: 10 killed (Channel4)

On the back foot (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The weaker sex (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

A long road home (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

A lurch onto the world stage (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Phone home (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Come home right now (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Tootling back to the village (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Back to the start (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)