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Thursday, 11th February 2016

World News

Dad says he found out about daughters death on TV (CBS News)

N. Korea orders military takeover of inter-Korean factories (CBS News)

Arrest in case of U.S. nanny found dead in Austria (CBS News)

Diabetes drug found to help beat cocaine addiction (Daily Mail)

South Sudan Leader Appears to Take Major Step to End Conflict (New York Times - Paywall)

Sunderland sack Adam Johnson after winger pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years (Daily Mail)

Human and gorilla ancestors split 10 million years ago in Africa, fossils show (Daily Mail)

Forget burning bras, it was the invention of tights that truly set women free (Daily Mail)

South Korea cuts off power, water into Kaesong zone in North Korea (Reuters)

Turkey orders EU to hand over MORE cash or it will unleash MILLIONS of migrants on Europe (Daily Express)

Zika virus might damage vision (CNN)

Uncertainty at Syria talks as Russia backs government advance (Reuters)

Trump and Sanders look south and west as 2016 race heats up campaign live (Guardian)

Pro-Europeans claim Thatcher supported UK's 'special status' in EU (Guardian)

SHOCK CLAIM: Putin is bombing civilians to spark immigration and cause END of the EU (Daily Express)

South Sudan President Re-appoints His Rival (Newsweek Magazine)

Angelina Jolie has lead to more women under 40 having tests for BRCA gene (Daily Mail)

Cousin of 'terror twins' faces jail for helping friends travel to Syria to join ISIS (Daily Mail)

Mark Dixie wrongly jailed for rape is freed after TWELVE YEARS (Daily Mail)

Baby's body is found in Grimsby by horrified plumber called in by homeowners (Daily Mail)

Republican presidential hopefuls drum up support in South Carolina video (Guardian)

Cornell frat president pleads not guilty to sex assault (CBS News)

See the London Suburb Home to One of the World's Biggest North Korean Refugee Communities (Time Magazine)

ISIS judges chop off hand of accused thief in Raqqa, Syria (Daily Mail)

Gay teacher fired after hacker posts sex tape on school website (Daily Star)

Spanish border police reveal different methods people traffickers use to smuggle migrants (Daily Mail)

Transformations show Chinese city and village life (CNN)

Why some men think all women want to sleep with them can be down to 'attachment style' (Daily Mail)

Horror as baby's body found stuck in drain after plumber called to deal with 'blockage' (Daily Express)

Manchester van sends a female cyclist flying off her bike in video (Daily Mail)

Munich peace talks aim at Syria conflict end after global war warning (Guardian)

South African opposition party walks out of Zuma's state address (Guardian)

Did the Zika Virus Cost This Woman Her Baby? (NBC News)

North Korea Freezes Assets at Industrial Park Joint Venture (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Not long enough' Speeding driver who killed two young sisters jailed for just four years (Daily Express)

Pregnant women should NOT use e-cigs as they could be worse than tobacco smoke' (Daily Mail)

Death Toll From War in Syria Now 470,000, Group Finds (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. and Russia at odds, again, on all fronts, in Syria (CBS News)

Are unique fossils found at South Africa's 'cradle of life' a new human ancestor? (Daily Mail)

OK Go Goes Zero-Gravity in Latest Music Video (NBC News)

Heroic women saving lives (CNN)

Congressional Black Caucus throws support behind Clinton video (Guardian)

Research claims 'proof' of link between Zika virus and microcephaly in babies (Guardian)

Progress reported in Munich talks on cease-fire in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Adam Johnson Sacked By Sunderland Following Child Sex Admission (Huffington Post)

Greenhouse gases could destroy the possibility of extraterrestrial life (Daily Mail)

How Ethiopia Can Overcome the Worst Drought in 50 Years (Time Magazine)

A-level student faces jail for helping friend join Isis in Syria (Guardian)

Premier League star Adam Johnson SACKED by Sunderland over child sex charge admission (Daily Express)

The Latest: Syria talks underway in Munich (Washington Post - Paywall)

Jeremy Kyle shocked by couple who found sperm donor on FACEBOOK (Daily Mail)

Crucial Syria talks begin amid dim hopes and worsening humanitarian crisis (Los Angeles Times)

'All or Nothing': Kerry Wants Immediate Ceasefire in Syria (NBC News)

100 Tory rebels set for Brexit: David Cameron warned of Conservative party EU unrest (Daily Star)

Channel 5's Paul Connolly on life inside Poland's Piotrkow Prison (Daily Mail)

Wife found top cancer scientist hanged in a rubber fetish suit in the woods after he took his dog for a walk (Daily Mail)

South Africa's Zuma Faces Gravest Challenge Yet (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Department of Justice announces lawsuit against city of Ferguson video (Guardian)

Brazil, University of Texas to Work on Zika Vaccine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Sicko yob punches out old man in vile 'knockout game' as mates laugh (Daily Star)

Downton Abbey's Brendan Coyle is banned from driving for four years (Daily Mail)

Brazil, Texas state hospital reach deal on Zika vaccine (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sergeant Matt Lawson who tripped up suspected drug dealer in video is revealed (Daily Mail)

Finishing Last: A Day in the Life of Presidential Candidate Jim Gilmore (Time Magazine)

Peckham teaching assistant who killed his unborn baby is sentenced to life (Daily Mail)

Russia Submits Syria Cease-Fire Proposal to U.S. (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Protests inside, outside during South African nation speech (Washington Post - Paywall)

'How is this justice?' Speeding driver gets just four years for killing two young sisters (Daily Star)

Who will David Cameron reward to heal the wounds of a bruising EU referendum? (Daily Mail)

AP appoints Zeina Karam news director for Lebanon and Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

EU accused of anti-US bias in tax probe (Financial Times - Paywall)

Samuel Dubose shooting: judge sets murder trial for former police officer (Guardian)

Man jailed for killing unborn child (BBC)

Trident vote to be delayed by David Cameron until after EU referendum (Guardian)

Turkey blasts UN calls to take in more migrants and threaten to send millions into the EU (Daily Mail)

Met police chief Bernard Hogan-Howe wins one-year contract extension (Guardian)

Will Russian Victories in Syria Spark a Regional War? (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Sweden arrests man on suspicion of preparing terror crimes (Washington Post - Paywall)

Bernie Sanders on Colbert: 'People have the right to be angry' video (Guardian)

Black hole 21 BILLION times the mass of the sun is found at heart of Coma Cluster (Daily Mail)

Suspect in Shooting of Fargo Cop Found Dead (NBC News)

CAT who risked its life crossing the Mediterranean to reach Europe revealed (Daily Mail)

Obama administration opening 2-front campaign on Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

German Christians, women and homosexuals forced to flee from Muslim men (Daily Mail)

Moment North Korean generals are in TEARS during rocket launch with Kim Jong-un (Daily Mail)

Fox nosedives on a white bed sheet after confusing it for snow in video (Daily Mail)

David Cameron warned he will have to finish details on the night of EU summit (Daily Mail)

Putin 'would see EU exit as weakness' (BBC)

Brazil police arrest ex-president of construction company (Fox News)

Islamic State fighters head south in Libya, threatening Sahel (Reuters)

We will fight contract imposition - BMA (BBC)

Flat fire trio face life after killing BABY and two teens over stolen moped (Daily Star)

Spain May Ask EU to Relax Deficit Target (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

North Korean Generals Weep Over Launch Of Long-Range Rocket On State TV (Huffington Post)

Nigeria Vexed by Boko Haram's Use of Women as Suicide Bombers (New York Times - Paywall)

Moloney called up by Ireland women (BBC)

Little boy naps as he flies down hillside at 25mph in video (Daily Mail)

Police officers will no longer automatically believe sex abuse claims from the off, says Met chief as he battles to defend his reputation over Lord Bramall probe (Daily Mail)

Brazil probes three deaths with Zika links, aims for vaccine in a year (Reuters)

Russia will not request lifting of EU sanctions at Munich conference - deputy PM (Reuters)

EU official defends failing bank rules (Financial Times - Paywall)

Australian charged with sex attack on 2 backpackers at beach (Fox News)

Box jellyfish LOSES tentacle fight to less poisonous rival on video (Daily Mail)

Women in Business: Tonya Winders, President and CEO, Allergy & Asthma Network (Huffington Post)

Anti-terror police quiz hacker Vincent Lauton over 'Evacuators 2K16' bomb hoaxers (Daily Mail)

Vatican Tells New Bishops They Don't Have to Report Sexual Abuse to Police (Newsweek Magazine)

Indian father is convinced he is PREGNANT after having sex with another man (Daily Mail)

Mafia mobsters from the 'Prickly Pear Lips' clan run by women arrested in Sicily (Daily Mail)

Sex Scandal Rocks Sheriff's Office After Deputy's Killing (NBC News)

Jeremy Kyle's model wife of 13 years Carla Germaine applies for quick divorce (Daily Mail)

Bullish Vladimir Putin is running rings around the west in Syria (Guardian)

Insight - Back to its roots: how Zika may threaten Africa (Reuters)

WATCH: Man disgusted when doctors pull this from a massive lump on his arm (Daily Star)

British kitesurfer fighting for life after stunt goes wrong at Red Bull competition (Daily Mail)

South Korea says all of its more than 280 workers have left a jointly run factory park in North Korea hours after the North ordered a military takeover of the facility (Washington Post - Paywall)

British Police Chief Says Sexual Abuse Complaints May Face More Skepticism (New York Times - Paywall)

China overtakes EU to become global wind power leader (Guardian)

White van man on the phone with his foot up on the dashboard while travelling at 70mph (Daily Mail)

Hilary Benn rebukes Jeremy Corbyn over Trident and North Korea's ambition (Daily Mail)

Dusk to dawn: Nepal's water crisis adds heartache to earthquake video (Guardian)

More South Koreans begin leaving inter-Korean factory park in North Korea hours after the North ordered military takeover, freeze of South Korean assets (Washington Post - Paywall)

North Korea orders military takeover of a factory park shared with the South (Daily Mail)

Inside austere abandoned Catholic seminary haunted by allegations of sex abuse (Daily Mail)

South African police captain arrested in fatal beatings (Washington Post - Paywall)

Fukushima clean-up may take 40 years (CNN)

Toxic chemicals found in beached whales (BBC)

Bernard Hogan-Howe Is Wrong on Police 'Believing' Rape Victims (Huffington Post)

Father tries to tell the ultimate dad joke as daughter falls around laughing video (Daily Mail)

Google chief appears to not know his exact salary - video (Guardian)

Spain's acting PM could ask EU for deficit target flexibility (Reuters)

Man Utd still on track to earn £500m (BBC)

Sex education 'will not be compulsory' (BBC)

Soccer star admits child sex charge (CNN)

Cologne police reveal there was an INCREASE in sex attacks at this year's festival, including one incident which sparked a huge brawl when a migrant groped a teenager (Daily Mail)

'War And Peace': June Whitfield Hits Out At The Drama's Steamy Sex Scenes (Huffington Post)

North Korea to Freeze South's Assets at Kaesong Industrial Park (New York Times - Paywall)

BBC's How to Die: Simon's Choice shows the moment a father took his life (Daily Mail)

'Wolf Creek' Style Attack On Female Backpackers Sees Australian Man Charged With Kidnapping And Attempted Murder (Huffington Post)

North Korea says South's pulling out of industrial zone 'declaration of war' (Reuters)

How 5ft 3in Muggsy Bogues made it big in the NBA video (Guardian)

Why Is Choice in End of Life Care So Elusive? (Huffington Post)

N. Korea executes army chief for 'misuse of authority' (CNN)

Police 'should be neutral' in sex cases (BBC)

Family demand answers over death of young British art expert whose body was found in canal in Amsterdam (Daily Mail)

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe And John Humphrys Clash Over Met's Handling Of Alleged Sex Crimes (Huffington Post)

Cop shot during standoff in Fargo, North Dakota (CBS News)

Adam Johnson trial: police warn against identification of alleged victim (Guardian)

EU bank rules attacked amid market tumult (Financial Times - Paywall)

North Korea says South's pullout from Kaesong complex is 'declaration of war' (Guardian)

Daily Express EU Referendum Poll Can Be Effortlessly Gamed (Huffington Post)

Robert Kennedy's assassination in 1968 archive video (Guardian)

Welcome to Leith: clip from racially charged documentary - video (Guardian)

Diver comes across 'singing' humpback whale off Hawaii coast on video (Daily Mail)

Here's what you need to know about the Syria peace talks (Washington Post - Paywall)

North Korean Top Military Official Executed, South Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The Lego robot that builds perfect paper planes every time: Video shows the machine folding and launching its aircraft (Daily Mail)

Syria Talks Beleaguered by Terrorist Designation (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS Video Shows Jihadi Junior Detonating Car Bomb (Newsweek Magazine)

WWII Vet Reunites With Wartime Love After 70 Years (NBC News)

ISIS video shows British boy dubbed 'Jihadi Junior' blowing up four alleged spies (Daily Mail)

Turkey: U.S. caused 'sea of blood' in Syria (CNN)

Unmaking a Murderer: Questions Swirl Over Student-Teacher Killing 20 Years Later (Newsweek Magazine)

Five years on, Tahrir Square activists look back at Egypt's revolution: 'Maybe we were naive' (Los Angeles Times)

Top Brussels chief warns crisis-hit EU is like day before World War One' (Daily Express)

Nicky Morgan Slammed By AIDS Campaigners For Not Making Sex Education Compulsory (Huffington Post)

Dozens detained, life paralyzed by strike in Indian Kashmir (Washington Post - Paywall)

American mother who 'stabbed baby daughter' is found NAKED in Spain (Daily Mail)

Turkey's Erdogan warns patience will run out on Syria (Reuters)

Ticket fight will go on - fan groups (BBC)

Russia offers ceasefire in Syria but US suspects ploy to crush rebels (Guardian)

China warns on South China Sea as U.S., India consider patrols (Reuters)

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe: police investigating sexual assaults need open minds audio (Guardian)

How to break into your car in 10 seconds with a shoelace on video (Daily Mail)

South African president faces protests at parliament (Fox News)

Met chief defends sex abuse investigation into Lord Bramall (Guardian)

Ancient Roman cemetery reveals immigrants travelled to Rome from North Africa (Daily Mail)

North Korea vows to deport all South Koreans after factory park row (Fox News)

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN on David Cameron and the EU referendum (Daily Mail)

Maxine Turner-Hankinson who lived high life faces homelessness after family tragedies (Daily Mail)

Donald Tusk says talks over David Cameron's EU deal are 'very fragile' (Daily Mail)

North Korea to Deport All South Koreans From Joint Kaesong Industrial Zone (Newsweek Magazine)

U.K. Police Chief: Accused Sex Offenders Should be Allowed Anonymity (Newsweek Magazine)

Brazil President Rousseff Seizes on Zika (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Could 'unity reshuffle' follow EU referendum? (BBC)

North Korea feels global pressure but not completely ostracised (Reuters)

Syria Conflict: More Than 10 Percent of Population Killed or Injured (Newsweek Magazine)

Russia calls for March ceasefire in Syria (Fox News)

Thailand's 'sea gypsies' fight for access to ancestral shrines (Reuters)

Kate Jenkins is Australia's new sex discrimination commissioner politics live (Guardian)

House of Cards Season 4 Trailer: Frank Underwood Puts Up the Fight of His Life (Time Magazine)

Italy police arrest more than 100 suspected Mafia members (Fox News)

North Korea 'executes chief of staff Ri Yong-gil', say reports (Guardian)

Backpacker screaming for help' after escaping alleged attacker in South Australia (Guardian)

42 Rescued After Boat Catches Fire in South Pacific (NBC News)

Fatal Minn. police shooting case goes to prosecutors (CBS News)

North Korea Isn't Going to Stop Provoking Its Ally China Anytime Soon (Time Magazine)

Iran releases video of U.S. sailor in tears (CNN)

US passes tougher sanctions on North Korea after rocket launch amid WORLD WAR THREE fears (Daily Express)

Brit Jihadi Junior, 4, 'blows up captives' in shock new ISIS video (Daily Star)

This man might be the worst thief ever (CNN)

Hillary Clinton spouts feminism but even women say she's a dishonest bully (Daily Mail)

New Study Links Zika Virus to Microcephaly (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Kate Jenkins appointed Australia's sex discrimination commissioner (Guardian)

US seeks tougher sanctions on North Korea (Financial Times - Paywall)

Can you see the man hiding in this picture? (CNN)

Hong Kong to send Chinese man back to US over teen deaths (Washington Post - Paywall)

Dickerson: Dont expect "southern cordiality" in South Carolina race (CBS News)

S. Korea shuts down joint industrial park with N. Korea (Fox News)

Russia, pressed to end Syria bombing, proposes March truce (Reuters)

Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio pause campaigns to vote on North Korea sanctions (CBS News)

Justice Dept. Sues Ferguson, Missouri, to Force Police Reforms (Newsweek Magazine)

U.S., South Korea, Japan Boost Data-Sharing in Response to North Korea Threat (Newsweek Magazine)

Case for EU is 'STRONGER than ever' claims Labour's Hilary Benn ahead of referendum (Daily Express)

Senate votes to tighten sanctions on North Korea after nuclear activity (Guardian)

North Korea satellite not transmitting, but rocket payload a concern - U.S. (Reuters)

Chester woman whose weight dropped to SIX STONE turns her life around (Daily Mail)

Man 'decapitates' grandparents (CNN)

SYRIA CRISIS: '15 million MORE refugees head to Europe'... and rebels say BRITAIN to blame (Daily Express)

South Koreans begin shutting down factory park in North Korea, part of Seoul's punishment for North Korean rocket launch (Washington Post - Paywall)

John Kasich Looks to Retool Light and Hope' For South Carolina (Time Magazine)

South Korea shuts down joint industrial park with North Korea (Fox News)

'You're Next': Trump Descends on South Carolina (NBC News)

Tamir Rice: City bills family for medical services after police officer killed child (Guardian)

Scores of ex-ISIS sex slaves gearing up to fight warped terror group (Daily Star)

Low rates lead to lost decade' for savers: Slowing global economy and turmoil on financial markets could see rates remain at same level for another four years (Daily Mail)

Killers could avoid whole life terms by pleading guilty, Sentencing Council suggests (Daily Mail)

Street Fighter V video shows characters come to life in London showdown (Daily Mail)

U.S. approves new N. Korea sanctions (CNN)

Southern Ind. man charged with 20 counts of incest (CBS News)

After New Hampshire, candidates turn attention to South Carolina and Nevada campaign updates (Guardian)

Will Boris BACK Brexit? London mayor's wife TEARS INTO David Cameron's EU reforms (Daily Express)

Hundreds of Yazidi sex slaves gear up to FIGHT savage ISIS and TAKE BACK' prisoners (Daily Express)

How Putin is succeeding in Syria (BBC)

Zika virus found in the brain of an aborted fetus diagnosed with microcephaly (Daily Mail)

British ISIS fighter who returned to UK because Syria was too cold is jailed for 7 years (Daily Mail)

Six charged with murder after two bodies found in dam near Brisbane (Guardian)

Let Them Stay protesters hang from bridge over Melbourne traffic video (Guardian)

Amy Cuddy suggests women should stand like a man to battle against nerves (Daily Mail)

Senate Approves Penalties for Aiding North Korean Nuclear Program (New York Times - Paywall)

Up to 100 Tories ready to campaign for UK to leave the EU (Daily Mail)

Chidham man suspected of killing a couple has died from severe burns (Daily Mail)

Australian charged with sex attack on 2 backpackers on beach (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: An experiment in monastic life (BBC)

Senate Unanimously Backs Tougher North Korea Sanctions (Newsweek Magazine)

PICTURED: Crystal Palace footballer, 18, who died in scooter crash after police chase (Daily Express)

Report on Syria conflict finds 11.5% of population killed or injured (Guardian)

David Cameron's EU deal done by next week says senior Eurocrat (Daily Express)

David Cameron faces more outrage as EU deal becomes even WEAKER (Daily Express)

US and India consider joint naval patrols in South China Sea (Daily Mail)

Sanders: We have a "strong chance" in South Carolina, Nevada (CBS News)

Senate Vote Aimed at Blocking North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions (NBC News)

Oklahoma Man Allegedly Decapitates Grandparents at Day Care (Time Magazine)

Prosecutor requests life sentence for ex-Chad dictator (Washington Post - Paywall)

South Korea, Japan Take Steps to Penalize North Korea (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

'Mourinho is perfect for Man Utd' (BBC)

Senate Unanimously Passes Tougher North Korea Sanctions (Time Magazine)

WHO advises women on Zika protection but no travel advisories (Reuters)

Anabel Flores Salazar's body found after she was abducted (Daily Mail)

Women flee Australia 'murder attempt' (BBC)

Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help in east (Reuters)

Tusk fears populist' wave of EU votes (Financial Times - Paywall)

Boris Johnson's wife Marina Wheeler savages David Cameron's EU deal (Daily Mail)

Muslim political leader loses court fight to ban Donald Trump from the UK (Daily Mail)

London sex attacker who groped 'Oriental-looking' women struck while on bail (Daily Mail)

U.S. Senate votes overwhelmingly for tougher North Korea sanctions (Reuters)

Five years after Egypt's Arab Spring: 'We didn't need a revolution' (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S. Sues Ferguson Over Resistance to Police Reforms (NBC News)

'Strongest evidence' of Zika effect (BBC)

Wrongly jailed rape suspect freed after 12 years as notorious Brit killer confesses (Daily Star)

Videos see men and women share their thoughts on what love really means (Daily Mail)

Zika Comes to Brazil's Carnival (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Zika Likely to Spread 'Very Rapidly', CDC Head Says (NBC News)

Demolition goes wrong when building collapses on worker in excavator video (Guardian)

Straight men touch another guy's penis for the first time in video (Daily Mail)

United Arab Emirates appoints seven women to its new government (Daily Mail)

French Assembly Backs Changes to Fight Terror (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Levi Bellfield 'heaping cruelty' on Milly Dowler's family, says ex-detective video (Guardian)

Henry VIII's chapel hosts Catholic prayers for the first time in 450 years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Killer who fled to Spain after blasting man with sawn-off shotgun caged for 27 years (Daily Star)

Senate Panel Preps Legal Fight With Backpage Over Sex Ads (NBC News)

Malaysian man hacks a restaurant customer with a machete (Daily Mail)

Tara Nettleton, widow of Isis fighter Khaled Sharrouf, dies in Syria reports (Guardian)

The Latest: Russia has held important talks with US on Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Police arrest over 100 suspected Sicily Mafia clan members (Washington Post - Paywall)

Boris Johnson's wife criticises Cameron's EU renegotiation - Politics live (Guardian)

Muslim trio face jail for helping Aseel Muthana travel to Syria to fight for ISIS (Daily Mail)

Two Maryland Police Deputies Killed, Suspect Dead in Panera Bread Shooting (Newsweek Magazine)

LARPers Fear Theyll Lose Their Archer Corps to Patent Fight (Newsweek Magazine)

Kasich, buoyed by New Hampshire success, goes after Sanders video (Guardian)

'Longest living' transplant man dies (BBC)

Women in Business: Britney Ziegler, Vice President of Brands, Marketing and Development, David Burke Group (Huffington Post)

Boris Johnson's EU stance in question after partner attacks Cameron's deal (Guardian)

Syria talks at make-or-break point as humanitarian disaster widens (Los Angeles Times)

Indian riot police add chilli-loaded slingshots to their arsenal (Daily Mail)

U.S. WWII vet reunites with wartime love after 70 years (CBS News)

How is Fukushima's cleanup going five years after its meltdown? Not so well. (Washington Post - Paywall)

EU and Britain have big differences over ever closer union' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Missing Missouri Toddler Found Dead in Van: Police (NBC News)

Woman attacked by polar bear as locals try to scare it away in video (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Bella the dog found 130 miles from home (BBC)

Husband of guard on the run with Hassan Kiko fears they are going to Syria (Daily Mail)

World's top scientists pledge to share all findings to fight Zika (Reuters)

N Korea executes army chief - reports (BBC)

Russian mum and grandmother are beaten up by passers-by in video (Daily Mail)

UK's EU membership talks 'fragile' (BBC)

Kate Ovens challenged to scoff 12 pancakes in 12 minutes in video (Daily Mail)

Reading man 'distracted by woman' walks into a traffic light in video (Daily Mail)

North Sea video shows EXACTLY what it is like to be on board a ship during a storm (Daily Mail)

Caroline Lucas: Why The Left Should Fight To Stay In The EU (Newsweek Magazine)

I'm One of the Real Helen Titcheners - And Refuge Saved My Life (Huffington Post)

Turkey detains 34 people carrying explosives and suicide vests from Syria (Daily Mail)

Phillip Barrett who tried to make a girl perform sex acts online was snared by police (Daily Mail)

Watch: Tim Peake's Time-Lapse Video Shows What a Lightning Storm Looks Like From Space (Newsweek Magazine)

Brazilians Shrug Off Zika Fears to Revel in Carnival Fun (New York Times - Paywall)

IRA mole may have tipped off police about 1974 Birmingham pub bombing (Daily Mail)

World War II Veteran Norwood Thomas Finally Meets His Wartime Love, Joyce Morris, 70 Years On (Huffington Post)

Muslim man is taken off Thomson plane and quizzed over terror 'because he has a beard' (Daily Mail)

Time-lapse video charts 100 years of Egyptian beauty from viels to hippy curls (Daily Mail)

Gender Pay Gap: Minister Nick Boles Says Firms With 'Half A Brain Cell' Should Offer Women Flexible Working Hours (Huffington Post)

As Syria Devolves Further, Allies Criticize American Policy (New York Times - Paywall)

Waterlooville police officer posted to Aldershot station wins £11k payout (Daily Mail)

News Analysis: North Korea's Rocket Launch Frays Ties Between South Korea and China (New York Times - Paywall)

Zika virus confirmed in the UK with four cases of pandemic affecting pregnant women (Daily Mail)

Double suicide bombing in Cameroon's north kills at least 10 (Fox News)

Eagle tries to intimidate stork into abandoning its fish supper in South Africa (Daily Mail)

North Korea 'executes military chief on charges of corruption after he criticised Kim Jong-un's leadership appointments' (Daily Mail)

Hidden health conditions millions of women suffer from like bacterial vaginosis (Daily Mail)

Algerian sex attacker shouted "Inshallah" as he raped student German student (Daily Mail)

Watch the revolting moment a man has a cyst the size of a GOLF BALL dragged out of his arm (Daily Mail)

N. Korea starts to feel neighbors wrath over rocket launch (CBS News)

Father who delivered his baby daughter captured the moment on video (Daily Mail)

Jacqueline Scott dies in hospital after life support machine suffered power cut (Daily Mail)

Roman arcade found in Essex was once part of a magnificent temple (Daily Mail)

Psychiatrist reveals the five personalities found in every workplace (Daily Mail)

Chinese police sends out appeal after careless officer loses his gun (Daily Mail)

Top North Korean General Is Said to Be Executed on Graft Charges (New York Times - Paywall)

Italian mother facing jail for not doing housework and denying husband sex says she is a 'perfect housewife' (Daily Mail)

ZIKA OUTBREAK: Head-shrinking virus can be bought ONLINE (Daily Star)

Thatcher spirit invoked in EU poll debate (Financial Times - Paywall)

Herts woman engaged to Ontario man she never met finds out he had a girlfriend (Daily Mail)

Footballer admits child sex charge (BBC)

Student with a 22-inch waist who wants to be known as the 'British Barbie' says looks are RUINING her love life (Daily Mail)

Dublin boxing shooting video reveals the aftermath and pool of blood (Daily Mail)

China breezes past EU as top wind power (Financial Times - Paywall)

Cambridge student Giulo Regeni found murdered in Cairo 'had ears sliced off' (Daily Mail)

Kortney Olson jokes her watermelon crushing video scared off Roosh V (Daily Mail)

Lartigue's life in colour (BBC)

Why South African mayor offers virgin scholarships (BBC)

The Zika virus is just the latest challenge facing the Rio Olympics (Los Angeles Times)

Man found on fire outside Kensington Palace dies (CBS News)

Syrian army gains in north and south; two rebel-held towns agree to cease-fire (Los Angeles Times)

Punish or engage? No easy answer to North Korea's nuclear ambitions (Los Angeles Times)

Will arrests bring 'real progress' in fight against impunity in El Salvador? (Los Angeles Times)

Fighting mosquitoes with mosquitoes: Biological weapons target Zika virus (Los Angeles Times)

Syria and Iran warn Saudis against sending troops, who would 'return in wooden boxes' (Los Angeles Times)

Vatican critic says only Pope Francis can dismiss him from sex abuse panel (Los Angeles Times)

In Brazil, Carnival-goers won't let Zika or economic woes ruin the party (Los Angeles Times)