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You need a job? What about watching 20 hours of porn weekly and get paid 3000 USD per month for Danish club

Do you need a job or do you just like watching PORN? Danish club advertises ‘dream job’ with 3.000 USD salary to watch 20 hours’ of adult films a week… but is it true? A bar in Denmark is advertising for what for someone could be their dream job. For the successful applicant will earn a salary of 3.000 USD to watch 20 hours’ of porn a week. Provided with

UK Schoolgirl ‘paralysed by energy drink’ is told one more bottle could ‘kill her’ as mum warns other parents over dangers

A high school girl who drank energy drinks bought from the ice cream van parked outside her school was rushed to hospital in an ambulance after suffering from stroke-like symptons. Now Catlin Fraser has been warned by doctors not to drink anymore of her favourite energy drinks – because she could have a heart attack. The 13-year-old who is a top student at Coatbridge High School in North Lanarkshire –

Osama bin Laden sister and stepmother feared dead in UK plane crash

The sister and stepmother of notorious al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden were reportedly among the dead after a business jet crashed at a private airport in Hampshire and ploughed into a car auction centre. Without confirming the identities of the victims, the Saudi ambassador to Britain, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud, offered condolences on the embassy’s official Twitter account to the Bin Laden family, a prominent Saudi Arabia clan

UK to probe Kenyan woman over asylum status

The UK Government is investigating allegations that a Kenyan woman irregularly obtained asylum in the United Kingdom. In a letter addressed to Mr Ali Omar, outgoing British envoy to Kenya Dr Christian Turner assured him that relevant authorities are investigating his claims regarding his twins being registered as refugees in the UK. This is after a story was published by the Nation where Mr Omar questioned the process which was

Greek debt crisis: Tsipras turns on creditors

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has criticised Greece’s international creditors for failing to accept his government’s latest reform proposals. Mr Tsipras has been meeting the European Commission, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – the trio evaluating his proposals. They are hoping to finalise a deal that would release further loans to Greece before it runs out of money. But Mr Schaeuble said a deal

Rwanda protest arrest of spy chief Karenzi Karake

Rwanda’s foreign minister on Tuesday slammed the arrest of the country’s intelligence chief, held in London by British authorities acting on a Spanish indictment. “Western solidarity in demeaning Africans is unacceptable!!” Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo said on Twitter, saying the arrest was a conspiracy by those who deny Rwanda’s 1994 genocide. “It is an outrage to arrest Rwandan official based on pro-genocidaires lunacy!” she added. Rwanda also said it had

OVERVIEW: This is what the corruption case in Fifa is about

Fifa is hit by a major scandal in connection with Friday’s presidential election. See details of the case here. The International Football Federation (FIFA) is hit by a major case of bribery that occurred before Friday’s presidential election, where 79-year-old Sepp Blatter was re-elected to his fifth reign. Swiss police struck Wednesday morning – at the request from the US authorities – against a hotel in Zurich, where they arrested