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  • ‘This looks very suspicious’ – Wiggins’ former doctor on British cyclist’s drug use

    A former team doctor who worked with Sir Bradley Wiggins says the decision to authorize the use of a powerful steroid for the five-time Olympic gold medalist before three important races “doesn’t look right”. Read more Prentice Steffen, who worked with Wiggins at Garmin Slipstream, says the sport’s governing body was wrong to allow Wiggins...

  • Police captured a ‘suicidal’ gunman at UN Plaza and Civic Center in San Francisco

    Police have “peacefully” and “without further incident” resolved the standoff with an armed suspect at San Francisco’s Civic Center with him giving up after six hours of negotiations. The incident led to the evacuation of the center and nearby UN Plaza. Officer Carlos Manfredi tweeted an image of a half-naked suspect, who did not seem...

  • Here’s a glimpse inside Satanic Temple’s new headquarters in Salem (VIDEO)

    The US based Satanic Temple has opened its new headquarters in an old funeral parlor in Salem, Massachusetts. Satanic Temple spokesperson Lucien Greaves explained why Salem, famous for its witch trials in the 1690s, was a good fit for a satanist home. “Salem emerged as an obvious choice to be established as the base for...

  • Thousands march across globe to repeal Ireland’s strict abortion laws (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

    Tens of thousands of people have marched in Dublin, Ireland demanding a repeal of the country’s restrictive abortion laws on Saturday, with solidarity marches taking place in London, New York, the Hague, Kathmandu and Wellington. Ireland is seen as having some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world, largely because of its history...

  • Build ‘giant refugee city’ in Libya rather than let them in – Hungarian PM

    The EU should fund the construction of a giant refugee camp in turbulent Libya and keep asylum seekers there rather than allow them into the EU, controversial Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban suggested. Speaking in Vienna after a summit of European and Balkans countries on the refugee crisis, he reiterated his scepticism over how Brussels...