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Ship saves 55 migrants off Libya; several die

dailymail.co.uk — By Associated Press ROME (AP) - The Italian coast guard says a cargo ship has rescued at least 55 migrants from Libyan waters after their rubber dinghy capsized. They say several bodies were spotted in the sea and up to 30 people might be missing.
Sep 21, 2014

Several more migrants drown off the Libyan coast: dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap/artic… IOM says there's nearly a shipwreck a day in the Mediterranean now.

Sep 21, 2014

RT @hany2m: Cargo ship saves 55 migrants off #Libya after their rubber dinghy capsized; several die: Italian coast guard - goo.gl/W9cMr1

Coffee that tastes like BEER? Starbucks tests the new non-alcoholic Dark Barrel Latte designed to taste like Guinness

dailymail.co.uk — Starbuck's new Dark Barrel Latte is topped with whipped cream and a dark caramel sauce and flavored coffee syrup that tastes like Guinness The drink is available in limited Starbucks locations in Ohio and in Florida The beverage may taste liker beer but it contains no alcohol By Alexandra Klausner Starbucks coffee is known for offering seasonal drinks like iced Frappuccino in the summer and Pumpkin Spice lattes in the fall but for the first time ever Starbucks patrons will be able to warm up with a beer flavored coffee.
Sep 21, 2014

Feeling feelings. Unsure which yet. RT @Buffalo_Theory: Starbucks introduces Guinness flavored coffee dailym.ai/ZAosfn via @MailOnline

The great ocean migration... thousands of majestic stingrays swim to new seas

dailymail.co.uk — Like autumn leaves floating in a sunlit pond, this vast expanse of magnificent stingrays animates the bright blue seas of the Gulf of Mexico. Taken off the coast of Mexico's Holbox Island by amateur photographer Sandra Critelli, this breathtaking picture captures the migration of thousands of rays as they follow the clockwise current from Mexico's Yucatan peninsula to western Florida.
Sep 21, 2014

Seen those Golden Rays in the news today? The photos are beautiful but they’re not new: bit.ly/1sTUSJ5 dailym.ai/Z72dOl

'You've let the cat out of the bag... Why don't you just go and get drunk?' Diana and Charles's ex-press chief reveals the advice he gave her on morning explosive kiss-and-tell was published | Daily Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — By Dickie Arbiter For 12 years, Dickie Arbiter was the press chief who guarded Charles and Diana's most personal secrets. Now he's telling the true shocking details behind their crumbling marriage. On Saturday, he revealed the pain behind Diana's loneliest moments. Today, how she plotted her devastating revenge.
Sep 21, 2014

RT @RE_DailyMail: The cataclysmic fall out behind Princess Diana's cooperation with Andrew Morton's explosive book by a palace insider. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Miliband stumbles into home rule trap

dailymail.co.uk — By Daily Mail Comment Ever since the No camp claimed victory on Friday morning, the Westminster party leaders who almost blew the Scottish referendum campaign have been playing political games. David Cameron was first, declaring he wanted 'English votes for English laws'. Few will disagree with the Prime Minister's logic.

'Person of interest' in hunt for Hannah Graham is a nursing assistant

dailymail.co.uk — Jesse 'LJ' Matthew has been reviewed as the man who was being sought in connection with the disappearance of Hannah Graham in Virginia Matthew is a nursing assistant at UVA Hospital Police converged on his building just outside Charlottesville, Virginia, to execute a search warrant Close friends identify Matthew as
Sep 21, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: 'Person of interest' in hunt for Hannah Graham is revealed dailym.ai/1rq5FOR via @MailOnline

Dismissive Ed, serial loser Alexander... and how blood-and-guts Gordon came out of his shed to save them all (and the union), writes DAMIAN MCBRIDE

dailymail.co.uk — Gordon Brown said Labour needed its own anti-independence platform He said it was wrong to work alongside David Cameron and Nick Clegg He believed joining with the 'hated Tories' would alienate Labour's core Brown warned that 'Better Together' needed a positive message By Damian Mcbride For The Mail On Sunday It is Hell to be on the sidelines.'
Sep 21, 2014

RT @catherine_mayer: Enjoy seeing old scores settled? Then there's nothing not to enjoy about @DPMcBride on how Gordon Brown saved union dailym.ai/1v49mc3

Sep 21, 2014

RT @DPMcBride: How 'Blood and Guts' Gordon rescued the 'No' campaign. My article in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday: dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Sep 21, 2014

RT @catherine_mayer: Enjoy seeing old scores settled? Then there's nothing not to enjoy about @DPMcBride on how Gordon Brown saved union dailym.ai/1v49mc3

Sep 21, 2014

Enjoy seeing old scores settled? Then there's nothing not to enjoy about @DPMcBride on how Gordon Brown saved union dailym.ai/1v49mc3

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So much for being a friendly! Ed Balls leaves journalist bruised and bloodied after elbowing him in the face during charity match

dailymail.co.uk — Labour shadow chancellor caught the Northern Echo reporter with his arm Rob Merrick was forced to leave the pitch to get patched up He was left with blood pouring down his face after the clash with Mr Balls By Tom McTague, Deputy Political Editor for MailOnline Labour bruiser Ed Balls is known for his confrontational approach to politics - but it looks like he is no different outside of the House of Commons.
Sep 21, 2014

Echo's Westminster correspondant patched up by ambulance staff after accidently elbowed in face by shadow chancellor dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Sep 21, 2014

No point pre-briefing Ed Balls speech - it isn't going to top this > dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

Is this the most polluted place on Earth? The Russian lake where an hour on the beach would kill you

dailymail.co.uk — Lake Karachay was a dumping ground for one of the Soviet Union's biggest nuclear weapons facilities A string of accidents and disasters has left the surrounding regime completely contaminated with radioactive waste By Damien Gayle If you're looking for a lakeside retreat on a budget, it's likely you could easily pick up a villa near to Russia's beautiful Lake Karachay and still have change left for a new sofa.

Outrage over Ham & High's Hipster Hitler comic strip book

dailymail.co.uk — Comic strip shows Hitler wearing black-rimmed glasses and playing Pac-Man Book has sparked outrage among Jewish community who say it is 'sick' They have threatened to shred all copies of book, which is widely available Authors say it's intended to 'spoof, parody and satirise' and not be offensive By Gemma Mullin for MailOnline A 'jokey' comic strip book called Hipster Hitler which turns the murderous Nazi dictator into a trendy geek has sparked outrage among the Jewish community.
Sep 21, 2014

Outrage after 'jokey' comic strip book called Hipster Hitler turns murderous Nazi dictator into trendy geek ow.ly/BJXu2

Manchester United virals: internet responds to calamitous performance against Leicester

dailymail.co.uk — Manchester United lost 5-3 to Leicester despite being 3-1 up Louis van Gaal's side have just five points from five games United are 12th in Premier League table Poor performance leads to Twitter and internet jokes By Hamish Mackay for MailOnline Follow @@H_Mackay With Manchester United's short-lived revival put on the back-burner, rival fans were out in force to mock Louis van Gaal's side.
Sep 21, 2014

RT @MailSport: They're still rolling in...the best of Twitter after Man United's capitulation to Leicester dailym.ai/1pnK9ED pic.twitter.com/7PuflBNR4W

How America went mad for the iPhone 6: From the Big Apple to Silicon Valley, maps show social media explosion around launch of new smartphone juggernaut | Daily Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — iPhone 6 launched yesterday to huge acclaim - and even huger queues Social media buzz from the event has been compiled into a map Users can see how people in cities around the U.S.
Sep 21, 2014

We love phones and social media. How America went mad for the #iPhone 6: From the Big Apple to Silicon Valley. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

BRENDAN CARLIN speaks to the rising star MP tipped by insiders to be part of a leadership 'dream ticket'

dailymail.co.uk — Rachel Reeves dismissed claims that she is part of 'dream leadership ticket' Speculation is rife that the Labour MP could form a duo with Chuka Umunna Welfare spokeswoman said she did not aspire to replace Miliband as leader Oxford-educated economist wants to toughen Labour's stance on welfare By Brendan Carlin for The Mail on Sunday Rising star Labour MP Rachel Reeves last night laughed off claims that she is one half of a new 'dream leadership ticket' to make the party more attractive to voters.
Sep 21, 2014

RT @TimGatt: Shadow work and pensions secretary @RachelReevesMP on 'boring' jibe: "Nobody even watches Newsnight any more" dailym.ai/1rbLFyT

Sep 21, 2014

Shadow work and pensions secretary @RachelReevesMP on 'boring' jibe: "Nobody even watches Newsnight any more" dailym.ai/1rbLFyT

Fired up by a quick curry, Dave drops a bomb in Labour's lap says JAMES FORSYTH

dailymail.co.uk — Even those who work for David Cameron sometimes forget how ruthless he can be. As the Unionist parties scrambled to save the Union, one of his closest allies tells me Cameron was coming up with a plan 'to put Labour in a vice'.
Sep 21, 2014

Apparently Cameron's Scotland "vow" wasn't a mistake but part of a cunning plan to spear Labour and UKIP. Credible? dailymail.co.uk/debate/article…

Sep 21, 2014

Cameron backing English votes for English laws is about him trying to spear Ukip as well as Labour dailym.ai/1v5uLBy

Sep 21, 2014

Why it is in the Liberal Democrats’ interests to back English votes for English laws dailym.ai/1v5uLBy

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Abuse inquiry head to break silence on links to Leon Brittan: Fiona Woolf to answer critics who say she is too close to figure in scandal

dailymail.co.uk — Fiona Woolf will answer critics over her links to Leon Brittan Lord Brittan failed to investigate an alleged VIP paedophile ring Ms Woolf is heading an investigation into historic child sex abuse By Mail on Sunday Reporter The controversial new chairman of the Government's historic child abuse inquiry has promised to answer critics who say she is too close to a key figure at the centre of scandal.
Sep 21, 2014

Asked about her links to Leon Brittan, abuse inquiry chairman Fiona Woolf tells MoS she will be making a statement dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

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