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Arizona man hit with Taser 11 times, lawsuit filed

Arizona man hit with Taser 11 times, lawsuit filed

An Arizona man is suing a suburban Phoenix police department for excessive force after he claims officers used a Taser on him 11 times, including purposefully on his testicles. The Glendale Police Department denies most of the claims.
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Associated Press
Namo Namo Song | Sushant tells his 'Kedarnath' journey

Namo Namo Song | Sushant tells his 'Kedarnath' journey

After one year of struggle Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan starer movie 'Kedarnath' finally got a release date on 7th of December this year. Now the first song from the movie titled 'Namo Namo' has been released.
IndoAsian News Service
X.X.X. Uncensored | ALT Balaji launches BOLD web series

X.X.X. Uncensored | ALT Balaji launches BOLD web series

With names like ALT Balaji, Ken Ghosh and a cast including Rithvik Dhanjani, Shantanu Maheshwari and many more, the team has come up with the hottest and boldest Indian web series ever. The trailer of 'X.X.X. Uncensored' was launched at midnight. ...
IndoAsian News Service
Breast cancer and heart attack survivor receives charity tattoo

Breast cancer and heart attack survivor receives charity tattoo

A breast cancer survivor, who felt 'disfigured' after a heart attack made reconstructive surgery impossible, revealed how an intricate tattoo to cover her double mastectomy scars has made her feel like a woman again.
Press Association
Reporter - Police Violence in the Slums of Nairobi

Reporter - Police Violence in the Slums of Nairobi

Nineteen-year-old Brian was shot dead in broad daylight in the Kayole slum in Kenya. The Kenyan police are killing suspected criminals in an underground war against crimes - as many as 3,000 in the last year.
Deutsche Welle
AP Top Stories February 13

AP Top Stories February 13

Here's the latest for Wednesday February 13th: Trump not happy with border security plan; Friendly fire kills NYC police detective; China trade talks underway ahead of possible tariff hike; Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman convicted.
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Associated Press
Volumes down due to Labour Day: ASX 0.6% lower at noon

Volumes down due to Labour Day: ASX 0.6% lower at noon

01 Oct 2018 - The ASX dropped at the open and is now 0.6 per cent at noon. Thousands of traders are away from their desks due to Labour Day for some states, keeping volumes low. Contact Energy (ASX:CEN) has sold Ahuroa Gas Storage facility to Gas ...
Finance News Network
Cyclone Tracy - Cyclone Tracy - Part 1

Cyclone Tracy - Part 1

On Christmas Day 1974, the eye of Cyclone Tracy ripped through Darwin. Over 100 people were killed, 20,000 were left homeless, and 80 percent of the city's buildings were destroyed. It was the worst natural disaster in Australian history.
Umbrella
Cobram Hotel fire

Cobram Hotel fire

Firefighters battling the blaze at the Cobram Hotel.
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Mc Pherson Media
Maslin Beach

Maslin Beach

Following a day in the life of a famous nudist beach, Maslin Beach is a film about crazy people involved in crazy misunderstandings and romantic squabbles, on a naked and hilarious search for the meaning of life... and love.
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AusIntPic
Dotti the pig

Dotti the pig

Dotti the pig sits before her meal morning and night and was bottle-fed when she was younger by owner Karen Duckworth-Humphreys from Invergordon, Victoria.
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Mc Pherson Media
Third Milwaukee officer killed since June

Third Milwaukee officer killed since June

A 17-year police veteran was shot and killed as he served a warrant on the Milwaukee's south side Wednesday, becoming the city's third officer killed in the line of duty in eight months.
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Associated Press
A brief, incomplete history of strange Canadian industrial thefts

A brief, incomplete history of strange Canadian industrial thefts

Police are baffled after Newfoundland thieves made off with about 30,000 litres of unbottled iceberg water worth as much as $12,000. The unusual bounty, which was to be used to make vodka, was being stored in a warehouse in Port Union, N.L. Here i...
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Canadian Press
David Frazer

David Frazer

Podcast featuring Riverboats Music Festival director David Frazer
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Mc Pherson Media
Woman held after deadly west Paris blaze

Woman held after deadly west Paris blaze

A woman has been detained as part of a probe into a fire in an apartment building in Paris that killed at least eight people and injured about 30, authorities said on Tuesday.
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Reuters
The Battle for the Tote

The Battle for the Tote

Punk, passion, politics and public protest collide in an exploration of the rich musical history of Melbourne and the overwhelming public outcry ignited by news of the imminent closure of one of its most renowned and beloved rock and roll venues.
Madman
Julia Louis-Dreyfus thanks 'Veep' crew as she returns to set following cancer battle

Julia Louis-Dreyfus thanks 'Veep' crew as she returns to set following cancer battle

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has thanked the cast and crew of VEEP as she returns to the set of the show after battling breast cancer. The actress took to Instagram on Thursday (16Aug18) to share a heartfelt video message with the team behind the hit comedy.
Cover Media
Cross Counter wins Melbourne Cup

Cross Counter wins Melbourne Cup

Kerrin McEvoy of Australia rode Cross Counter, from Dubai-based Godolphin stable, to its first Melbourne Cup victory on Tuesday (6th November), while McEvoy secured his third victory in Australia's largest and most prestigious horse race.
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SNTV
Poonam Pandey 'The Journey of Karma' TRAILER

Poonam Pandey 'The Journey of Karma' TRAILER

We had earlier informed you that controversial queen Poonam Pandey had bagged a film alongside the veteran actor Shakti Kapoor titled 'The Journey of Karma'. Well, the model-actress has featured in movies like 'Nasha', 'Malini & Co' among others. ...
IndoAsian News Service
From hefty hounds to healthy hounds - two dogs share UK's 'biggest loser' crown

From hefty hounds to healthy hounds - two dogs share UK's 'biggest loser' crown

Two dogs have been named joint pet slimmers of the year in 2018's PDSA Pet Fit Club competition after both shedding a quarter of their bodyweight - an incredible 18.8kg. Every year vet charity PDSA helps the UK's fattest pets battle the bulge in ...
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Press Association
Leyland's Australia - Burra To Berri

Burra To Berri

After visiting Burra in South Australia the Leylands take a houseboat trip on the Murray River.
Viewlorium
Koffee with Diljit & Badshah at Koffee with Karan 6

Koffee with Diljit & Badshah at Koffee with Karan 6

Karan Johars chat show Koffee with Karan season 6 has become a talk of the town as till now Bollywood biggies Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh have already shot with the filmmaker . Punjabs Rockstar and Rapstar...
IndoAsian News Service
Wild weather rolls into Echuca

Wild weather rolls into Echuca

Wild weather rolls into Echuca
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Mc Pherson Media
Today in History for January 23rd

Today in History for January 23rd

Highlights of Today in History: Accord reached in Vietnam; North Korea seizes the U.S.S. Pueblo; Roots airs; Bob Keeshan dies; Johnny Carson dies.
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Associated Press
The Lead with Kimberley Price - February 16

The Lead with Kimberley Price - February 16

There is still time for your football netball club to sign up for the Echuca-Moama Apex Gift. And with $5000 in prize money on the line, why wouldn't you?
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Mc Pherson Media
Kylie Jenner gets dog house built for dogs

Kylie Jenner gets dog house built for dogs

Kylie Jenner is having a lavish dog house built for her pet pooches Norman and Bambi in the garden of her mansion.
Bang Media
Great Crimes and Trials - The Lesbian Vampire Killers

The Lesbian Vampire Killers

In October 1989, Tracey Wigginton and her lesbian lover Lisa Ptaschinski lure a drunk, 47-year-old Edward Baldock, into their car before driving him to the banks of the Brisbane River and brutally stabbing him 15 times.
Via Vision
Youth sexuality explored in TIFF film ‘Giant Little Ones’

Youth sexuality explored in TIFF film ‘Giant Little Ones’

Director Keith Behrman says youth suicides stemming from issues around sexual identity was the catalyst for his film “Giant Little Ones.” The Canadian feature is screening at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
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Canadian Press
U.S. plans to rewrite rules that impede self-driving cars

U.S. plans to rewrite rules that impede self-driving cars

The Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to revise safety rules that bar fully self-driving cars from the roads without equipment such as steering wheels, pedals and mirrors.
Reuters
Sunny on Season 3 of Karenjit Kaur: The untold story of Sunny Leone

Sunny on Season 3 of Karenjit Kaur: The untold story of Sunny Leone

We have already seen Sunny Leones journey from being an adult star to landing into Bollywood through the two seasons of "Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone", premiered on Zee Originals. She is married to Daniel Weber and the couple has...
IndoAsian News Service
Baarish Aur Chowmein SHORT FILM | Amit Sadh & Taapsee Pannu | Tigmanshu Dhulia

Baarish Aur Chowmein SHORT FILM | Amit Sadh & Taapsee Pannu | Tigmanshu Dhulia

Filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia and Actor Amit Sadh, are gearing up for the release of his forthcoming short film, "Baarish Aur Chowmein". The film will also star Taapsee Pannu in lead.
IndoAsian News Service
Augie March

Augie March

Podcast featuring Glenn Richards from Augie March
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Mc Pherson Media
Suspect dead, 3 officers shot in Houston

Suspect dead, 3 officers shot in Houston

Authorities in Texas say one sheriff's deputy and two officers from the Texas Attorney General's Office were shot while serving a family violence warrant at a Houston-area home. The suspect was found dead in the house hours later.
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Associated Press
Huge cargo ships collide in Pakistan port

Huge cargo ships collide in Pakistan port

Watch the moment two huge cargo ships collide in Karachi Port, Pakistan. Though it was a low-speed coming together, plenty of damage was done, with containers falling off the ship.
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Press Association
Cargo ship's lost containers wash up on Dutch islands

Cargo ship's lost containers wash up on Dutch islands

Dozens of containers with items including flat-screen televisions have washed up on Dutch islands in the North Sea after a ship lost part of its cargo in heavy seas, bringing a windfall for local treasure hunters. Saskia O'Donoghue reports
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Reuters
Mexican 'cowboy' stops armed robbery

Mexican 'cowboy' stops armed robbery

After a man walked in carrying a gun, it fell to one cowboy-hat wearing man to stop him.
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BBC News
Star Walk at Lux Golden Rose Awards 2018

Star Walk at Lux Golden Rose Awards 2018

Last night , all of B-town stars were gathered for the annual gala night of Lux Golden Rose Awards 2018.
IndoAsian News Service
'They morphed my face on to a porn clip'

'They morphed my face on to a porn clip'

Indian independent journalist Rana Ayyub
BBC News
The Waifs

The Waifs

Podcast featuring Josh Cunningham of The Waifs
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Mc Pherson Media
Liberals give BlackBerry $40M to support futuristic car development

Liberals give BlackBerry $40M to support futuristic car development

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined BlackBerry CEO John Chen at the company’s Kanata, Ont. location to announce a $40 million investment. The funding is aimed at helping BlackBerry design the newest version of its QNX software for the next genera...
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Canadian Press
Allardyce: Survey asking Everton fans to rate me was a 'big mistake'

Allardyce: Survey asking Everton fans to rate me was a 'big mistake'

Everton manager Sam Allardyce has criticised the club for sending out a survey asking supporters to mark him out of 10, labelling it a "big mistake". Members of the Toffees' fans' panel have been sent a questionnaire which includes, among other t...
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Press Association
Prince Harry meets youth players ahead of watching rugby

Prince Harry meets youth players ahead of watching rugby

The Duke of Sussex meets youth teams ahead of watching Six Nations match England v France at Twickenham.
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Press Association
Nishikori and Wawrinka march on in Rotterdam

Nishikori and Wawrinka march on in Rotterdam

Fifth seed Daniil Medvedev ended Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's seven-match winning streak as the Russian advanced to the World Tennis Tournament semi-finals in Rotterdam, Netherlands with a straight sets 6-4, 6-2 victory on Friday. Medvedev proved more con...
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SNTV
Upfest - Urban Paint Festival takes over Bristol

Upfest - Urban Paint Festival takes over Bristol

Europe's largest street art and graffiti festival is taking over Bristol. Upfest attracts over 400 artists painting 50 venues throughout Bedminster & Southville from July 28 to July 30.
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Press Association
'Roma' and 'The Favourite' lead Oscar nominations

'Roma' and 'The Favourite' lead Oscar nominations

"Roma" and "The Favourite" lead the Academy Awards nominations with ten each, while Netflix and Marvel score their first best picture nods.
Associated Press
Seven-month-old calf thinks she is a dog

Seven-month-old calf thinks she is a dog

Harveigh, a rescued calf, thinks she is a dog. She was rescued during Hurricane Harvey and brought up in a house of seven dogs in Texas. Now she has grown too big to live indoors.
Press Association
Chasing God

Chasing God

This film tackles the eternal question: Why do humans believe in a Higher Power?
Ronin
Sara Khan HOT Song Photoshoot with Angad Hasija

Sara Khan HOT Song Photoshoot with Angad Hasija

Actress Sara Khan who is known for her various television stints is now currently shooting for a song video. Well, this song is not like any other songs released off late rather the makers assure that it's going to raise a lot of eyebrows and it's...
IndoAsian News Service