Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Low oil prices could bankrupt OPEC in 5 Years -- but crush rest of world in 3

Would you be happy to see the Saudis going broke? A lot of people would, seeing theswoon in oil prices as a premeditated plot from the No. 1 OPEC producer. Recent articles have crowed about the "suicidal" Saudis, who while glutting the oil market and forcing prices lower, will have run through their almost half a trillion dollars of surplus cash if oil prices remained under $50 a barrel for the next five years.

A massive Chinese industry is flashing warning signs that the world cannot ignore

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(REUTERS/Sheng Li ) China's steel industry, the world's biggest, is in crisis.
The disaster is the result of a combination of factors, including a slowing Chinese economy, falling commodity prices, and an industry loaded with debt.
Earlier this month, state-owned enterprise (SOE) Sinosteel defaulted on a debt-interest payment of $315 million on bond notes maturing in 2017.

Why Obama’s military deployment against Boko Haram is too little, too late

Cameroon was once Central Africa’s oasis of peace and stability. But since 2012, it has faced terrorist attacks, abductions, kidnappings, and incursions largely initiated by Boko Haram, an Islamic extremist group based in Nigeria.
Boko Haram has evolved from a local terrorist group to a regional and global security threat. Involved in low-level conflicts since its creation in 2002, Boko Haram intensified assaults against the Nigerian state in 2009, when it launched a series of attacks against police forces in Bauchi and then in Borno, Yobe, and Kano. Since then, Boko Haram has increased its frequency of terror attacks in Nigeria, pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, and expanded geographically to launching attacks in other West and Central African countries, such as Cameroon, Chad, and Niger. Boko Haram has killed at least 15,000 people and displaced 2.1 million in Nigeria alone. In 2013, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security warned againstunderestimating Boko Haram’s willingness and capacity to attack the United States.

Russian warplanes hit record 118 Syria targets in 24 hours: Moscow

Russia's Defence Ministry released images showing an airstrike carried out by its warplanes on an Islamic State facility in the Syrian province of...

Moscow (AFP) - Russian warplanes have struck 118 "terrorist" targets in Syria over the past 24 hours, its highest daily total yet, the defence ministry said Wednesday, attributing the rise to fresh intelligence. Russian jets hit 118 targets during 71 sorties over the provinces of Idlib, Homs, Hama, Aleppo, Damascus and Latakia, said the defence ministry. It was the highest one-day tally since the Kremlin began its bombing campaign on September 30. The previous record was set on Monday when Moscow said it had struck 94 "terrorist" targets in Syria. The defence ministry released no information on Tuesday.

Putin wants U.S. Dollar banned from Russian trade

President Vladimir Putin has called for greater use of the ruble in Russian oil deals and criticized continued use of the U.S. dollar.
The Russian leader spoke out on Tuesday and proposed the move which appears to be aimed at strengthening the severely weakened Russian currency while also reducing the country’s dependence on the dollar, according to RT.
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105-year-old refugee traveled 20 days on foot to make it to Europe

Bibihal-uzbekiIt's a dangerous journey for refugees struggling to escape the horrors of war and reach a safe haven in Europe. Bibihal Uzbeki, 105, traveled 20 days to reach Croatia from Afghanistan — mostly on foot.
Her 67-year old son, Muhamet Uvla, was traveling with Uzbeki along with 15 other family members.
"My legs hurt, but I'm fine," Uzbeki said in Farsi, speaking through a translator while sitting on the floor inside a Red Cross tent at the Opatovac camp in Croatia on Monday. Her age was confirmed by the Croatian police based on her documents, according to local reports on Tuesday.

India woos Africa with aid, technology as China looms large

NEW DELHI — In Mozambique, India is building a solar panel plant that will help the southern African country harness renewable energy. Cameroon, in Central Africa, has sought India’s help in fighting the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram. In Ethiopia, Indian technical and financial aid has helped transform the country into a major sugar producer, creating tens of thousands of jobs.

MTN extends fall to three days on $5.2 Billion Nigeria fine

MTN Group Ltd., Africa’s biggest wireless operator, fell for a third day in Johannesburg to a three-year low after the company announced that it faces a $5.2 billion fine from the Nigerian telecommunications regulator.
The stock declined 2.6 percent to 155.85 rand by the close in Johannesburg, the lowest since October 2012. That values the company at 288 billion rand ($21 billion), about 63 billion rand less than the start of the week. Almost 17 million shares were traded on Wednesday, or more than twice the three-month daily average.
“The problem is it’s an open-ended risk,” Grant Cullens, chief executive officer of African Alliance Asset Management Ltd., which manages $1.2 billion in assets, said by phone from Johannesburg. 

Austria hopes border barriers will slow migrants

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria on Wednesday outlined plans to build barriers including a fence at a busy border crossing to slow an influx of migrants as Germany accused Austrian authorities of shuttling groups of refugees in its direction after dark.
Austria has largely served as a conduit into Germany for hundreds of thousands of Middle Eastern, African and Asian migrants fleeing wars and hardship who have traveled from the Mediterranean and through the Balkans since early September.

AU report cites mass graves, cannibalism in South Sudan

JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — African Union investigators discovered mass graves in South Sudan and found evidence of horrific crimes, including forced cannibalism, according to a long-awaited report. President Salva Kiir's faction in the conflict is also accused of recruiting an irregular tribal force before the outbreak of war in December 2013.

Islamic State on recruitment spree in Russia

FOR STORY RUSSIA ISLAMIC STATE THREAT Wednesday Oct. 28, 2015 - FILE - In this Thursday, May 9, 2013 file photo, bodies of killed militants lie on a highway at Gubden in Dagestan, Russia. The Russian province of Dagestan, a flashpoint for Islamic violence in the North Caucasus, is feeding hundreds of fighters to the Islamic State in Syria, officials say, and now some are coming back home with experience gained from the battlefield. (Abdula Magomedov/NewsTeam via AP, File)
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MAKHACHKALA, Russia (AP) — The Russian province of Dagestan, a flashpoint for Islamic violence in the North Caucasus, is feeding hundreds of fighters to the Islamic State in Syria — and now some are coming back home with experience gained from the battlefield.
The departures mean that the region itself has become markedly less violent recently with fewer bombings and shootings. And the returning fighters have either landed in jail or been kept under close police surveillance. But there are long-term concerns that the presence of radical Muslims trained in IS warfare could lead to greater instability and violence.

MTN Nigeria fined $5.2 billion for failing to register users

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — MTN Group telecommunication's stock plunged 12.5 percent on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange Monday on the news that its most lucrative subsidiary, in Nigeria, has been fined $5.2 billion for failing to disconnect millions of unregistered cellphone subscribers.
The Nigerian Communications Commission confirmed the penalty based on 200,000 naira ($1,000) for each of 5.1 million cellphone SIM cards that had not been registered and should have been disconnected by an August deadline.

Canadian couple took an extremely bizarre trip to North Korea — here's what happened

justin and anna in north korea cover photoCanadian couple Justin and Anna Williams have traveled to over 100 countries.
Of all the places they've been, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has been the most memorable by far. 

Kim Kardashian is 7 months pregnant, says she feels like a 'f**king whale'

At seven months pregnant, Kim Kardashian seems super ready to give birth already.
In a recent post on her website, the 35-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote, "I feel like a f**king whale."

Europe's refugee nightmare has greater, unseen risks

Sincere as humanitarian feelings in Europe no doubt are, the influx of Syrian refugees carries huge threats. The problem is less the refugees themselves than that their arrival exacerbates existing immigrant tensions that already are no stranger to violence. It raises the prospect of still more violence, not just from would-be jihadists but also from other elements in the immigrant community as well as a growing number of resentful European natives, a pattern that will rend Europe's social fabric and detract further from the continent's already limited economic prospects.
Long before the Syrians began arriving, Europe's immigrant Muslim community had grown large and dissatisfied enough to cause considerable social strain. Putting aside the occasional jihadi, feelings of isolation and a distinct lack of economic opportunity had driven people to antisocial behavior. Emblematic are the riots that occurred in the banlieues of Paris in 2005 and all the smaller follow-on riots that have taken place every year since. 

Serena Williams is dating Alexis Ohanian, the co-Founder of Reddit

Serena Williams Is Dating Alexis Ohanian, the Co-Founder of Reddit

Serena Williams Is Dating Alexis Ohanian, the Co-Founder of Reddit

It’s a match! Serena Williams is dating Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. “They met at a lunch,” a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. “It’s new.”

Drug trafficker attempts daring prison escape disguised as elderly grandmother

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A drug trafficker attempted to escape from his prison cell by dressing up as an elderly woman using a wig and mask that he managed to sneak in from the outside.
Clodoaldo Antonio Felipe is serving a lengthy 36-year sentence in Coronel Odenir Guimaraes Prison in central Brazil, and will not be free until he is 74-years-old.

Kenya might ban donated clothing from overseas with good reason

The haze has yet to lift from Nairobi’s cool morning air but shoppers are already flooding into Gikomba, an open-air market that sells everything from soccer cleats to satin slips — all of which come secondhand from Western countries.

Caitlyn Jenner celebrates 66th birthday with Kylie, Kim and Kourtney

Despite Caitlyn Jenner’s birthday actually being today, she and her daughters Kylie Jenner, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian started their celebrations early.
The foursome met up at The Villa Restaurant in Woodland Hills, California on Tuesday 27th October and, of course, she didn’t escape a personalised rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ from the girls.
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As well as filming scenes for at least one of their E! series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians or I Am Cait, Kylie shared an intimate family moment from the former Olympian’s birthday celebrations on Snapchat.

Nigerian troops rescue 338 people held by Boko Haram--Army

Lagos (AFP) - Nigerian troops have freed 338 people, almost all of them women and children, held by Boko Haram Islamists near the group's Sambisa forest stronghold in the volatile northeast, the army said Wednesday.
It was not clear if any of the around 200 schoolgirls seized last year in northeastern Chibok were among those rescued."The (army) unit ... rescued 338 persons that were held captive by the terrorists," the army said of the Tuesday operation, adding that 192 of the survivors were children and 138 women.

Nigerian military forms special brigade to fight Boko Haram in Borno state

BENESHIEK, Nigeria, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- The Nigerian military on Monday unveiled a new task force specifically placed in the country's northeastern Borno state to combat terrorist group Boko Haram.
Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, chief of staff of the Nigerian army, spoke to the special unit, known as 29 Task Force Brigade, at one of its headquarters in the village of Beneshiek. The unit is also deployed in the village of Ngamdu.
"You are better trained and equipped than the criminals and you have to be professional and responsive," Xinhua news agency quoted Burutai as saying. "You should have no excuse not to be on patrol, ambush or raid operations."

Khloé Kardashian explains calling off divorce with Lamar Odom

Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom filed a court petition dismissing a divorce filing, but the reality TV star says that doesn't mean they're reconciling after the former NBA star was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel. Wochit
Khloé Kardashian would like to make something clear: She and Lamar Odom are not a couple again.
Ever since Odom, 35, was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel on Oct. 13, Khloé, 31, has been at his side. When she called off their divorce (which was still being processed) on Oct. 21, media speculation was rampant about the nature of their relationship. But in a new interview with People, Khloé is setting the record straight.

We'll vigorously pursue recovery of stolen funds to deter crooks from seeking public office-- Buhari in India

Buhari in India says- " We'll vigorously pursue recovery of stolen funds to deter crooks from seeking public office

Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari  Wednesday in New Delhi reaffirmed his administration's resolute commitment  to curbing corruption, plugging all loopholes in public sector accounting and deploying available resources for the good of all Nigerians.
 "In the meantime, we will continue to prosecute those who have been indicted for corrupt practices and ensure  that stolen funds are recovered, to serve as deterrence to others who nurse the ambition of seeking public office solely for illegal personal gain," President Buhari said.

Abacha's loot is too huge for us to handle – World Bank

The World Bank has asked for more time to provide a detailed report on the loot of former military dictator, Sani Abacha, saying the loot is too huge for it to handle. The World Bank said this in response to a request by civil society group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) asking for a comprehensive document detailing all the loots of the former military dictator which is estimated at $11.3 billion and stashed in foreign banks.

Nigeria's Buhari arrives India for summit

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Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived in India, where he is expected to participate in the 3rd summit of the India-Africa Forum slated to hold in the city of New Delhi.
President Muhammadu Buhari would hold bilateral talks with the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and other senior Indian government officials tomorrow (Wednesday), ahead of the opening of the summit on Thursday.

Obese man fired for farting too many times at work

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A woman is angry after her husband was fired from his job for stinking up his workplace.

Louann Clem filed a lawsuit against her former employer after her husband Richard, was fired for farting too many times at work.

70-year-old Richard Clem and his wife, Louann, both worked at Case Pork Roll Company in Trenton, New Jersey. He was fired for his extreme flatulence in the workplace, according to court documents.

Louann Clem said in a court document that the termination of her husband was a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Richard Clem supports the lawsuit and he is also taking legal action of his own through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Man calls police after girlfriend refused him sex

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Misuse of 911: Patrick Doggett told officer's his girlfriend "would not give him any ass"
A man called cops to complain his girlfriend would not have sex with him, police said.
Patrick Doggett told officers he had dialled 911 because partner Faye Woodruff "would not give him any ass".

Nigerian Troops rescue more abductees in Sambisa as they clear more Boko Haram camps

Nigerian military  of the 28 Task Force Brigade of the Nigerian Army deployed to Bitta and Pridang on Tuesday carried out a successful raid on Boko Haram terrorists’ camps at Bulajilin and Manawashe villages along Bita and Damboa road at the fringes of Sambisa forest.

During the operation, troops killed 30 Boko Haram terrorists and also rescued 338 persons that were held captive by the terrorists in their enclaves. 
The rescued persons which comprised of eight males, 138 females 138 and 192 children have since been evacuated to Mubi. 
The troops also recovered arms and ammunitions during the raid operation which include one General Purpose Machine gun and two dane guns, 150 rounds of 7.62mm (NATO), 6 boxes of 7.62mm (NATO) and 3 cutlasses.

Supreme Court orders retrial of petition against PDP's Dankwambo in Gombe

Supreme Court orders retrial of petition against PDP's Dankwambo in Gombe 

Just about 48 hours after Gombe State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal affirmed the election of governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Supreme court Wednesday ordered a re-trial of the petition. 
 In the lead judgement, Justice Kudirat Kekere-Ekun held that the tribunal was wrong to have dismissed the petition on ground of technicalities.

The apex court, however, returned the petition to the tribunal to be tried on its merit

Record-breaking 408 Earthquakes hit bay area city over past 2 weeks

Record-Breaking 408 Earthquakes Hit Bay Area City Over Past 2 Weeks 
A whopping 408 earthquakes have hit San Ramon, California, in the past two weeks, including 11 in one 24-hour stretch.
This record-breaking earthquake swarm is nothing to fear, however, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Periods of tectonic unrest are common in the area and probably don't presage a larger quake, the USGS said.

This story of a young Indian bride calling off her marriage with a drunk groom is truly inspiring


A cancelled marriage is nothing new when you hear of the groom doing it. But, when it is from the bride, it surely asks for your attention.
Yes, this time it is a bride, Priya, from Chennai, who does the ‘dumping’. Let us have a look at her broken wedding tale, which happened in the town of Bodinayakanur, south-west of Chennai.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Kylie Jenner fuels pregnancy rumors with new Instagram pic and cryptic caption

Kylie Jenner, is there something you would like to share with the class?
The 18-year-old was photographed at a studio in LA on Monday with her hand very ~suspiciously~ placed over her stomach — and she added fuel to the fire by sharing the photos on Instagram with cryptic captions.
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“hey lil tummy,” Kylie captioned the above photo.

Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez divorcing after two years of marriage: Read their statement

Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez Divorcing After Two Years of Marriage: Read Their Statement

Halle Berry has filed for divorce from her husband, Olivier Martinez, after two years of marriage. The couple announced their split in a joint statement on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
"It is with a heavy heart that we have come to the decision to divorce," they told TMZ. "We move forward with love and respect for one another and the shared focus for what is best for our son. We wish each other nothing but happiness in life, and we hope that you respect our, and most importantly our children's privacy, as we go through this difficult period."

Oil falls to multi-week lows on persistent supply glut

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices fell a third straight session on Tuesday, with Brent crude touching a six-week low on the persistent global supply glut ahead of U.S. data expected to show another increase in crude inventories.
Crude futures felt pressure from analyst expectations that U.S. crude inventories rose last week, a fifth consecutive build after gaining 22 million barrels in a four-week span. [EIA/S]

Transgender woman Tara Hudson sent to all-male Bristol prison

Make-up artist Tara Hudson, 26, has lived as a woman all her adult life and has gone through six years of gender reconstruction surgery
A transgender woman has been sent to a men’s prison in an ‘outrageous’ move her mother says will endanger and ‘humiliate’ her.
Make-up artist Tara Hudson, 26, has lived as a woman all her adult life and has gone through six years of gender reconstruction surgery.
But magistrates sent the young woman – who admitted a bar assault - to a male prison because her passport says she is still a male.
Her mother last night said: ‘There’s nothing male about her, nobody would know the difference. She looks like a woman. She’s gorgeous.
‘We think it’s totally outrageous. I don’t think she will cope well at all. I just feel the men are going to go after her. It’s going to be humiliating.’

Woman uses menstrual blood to cook for her husband

A woman uses her menstrual blood to cook for her husband and she has no qualms about it.
Recently, she tweeted that  marriage is peaceful because of her methods, vis cooking with the 'stuff'.

MOPOL Officer kills mother of Nigerian Tennis star, Angel Macleod

Tennis sensation Angel Macleod. Image:

An official of the Mobile Police Force (MOPOL) allegedly shot dead the mother of teenage tennis star, Angel Macleod.

Macleod’s mother was allegedly killed by a bullet that emanated from the unnamed policeman, who was reportedly engaged in a slight fracas with the deceased at a Lagos hotel, according to eyewitnesses.

Wizkid allegedly collects N8.9m but fails to turn up at show

A student of North American University, Yola in Adamawa state took to Twitter to vent his anger over Wizkid's cancellation of a show in which he is said to have collected a cool $45,000 (N8.9 million) as artiste fee...

See tweets after the cut 

Lil Romeo sues his mom for fraud


Lil Romeo is furious after his mother sued him for fraud.

Sonya Miller has just filed a lawsuit against her son’s company to get money from his father and her ex-husband, Master P.

Romeo’s record company, No Limit Forever, was started in the ’90s by Master P and Sonya and now, Sonya is fighting for a cut of profits from the company.

Nigeria's president congratulates new Ooni of Ife

Buhari congratulates new Ooni of Ife
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Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has  congratulated Prince Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi on his emergence as the 51st Ooni of Ife and successor to the late Oba Okunade Sijuwade.
In a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, the president rejoiced with Prince Adeyeye  on his  nomination  as  Ooni by the kingmakers of Ife  after a keenly contested but peaceful selection process, and confirmation on Monday by Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State.

Woman arrested for N7.83m IVF fraud

Celina Etomi,  62, has been arrested after posing as a medical doctor to defraud four childless women of N7,831,000 million.
Etomi allegedly collected the money from the victims with a promise to make them have twins through In- Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
Her crimes were exposed after she collected N900,000 from a family to treat their daughter who is blind and has malignant brain tumour.

ICC asks India to hand over al-Bashir

The International Criminal Court said India should arrest and hand over Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who is wanted on genocide charges and expected to visit New Delhi for a summit this week.
Bashir is accused of masterminding genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in his campaign to crush a revolt in Sudan’s western Darfur region. The Hague-based tribunal issued warrants for his arrest in 2009 and 2010.

MTN in talks with NCC over N1.04tr fine on telecoms firm

MTN MD, Michael Ikpoki
MTN MD, Michael Ikpoki

INDICATIONS emerged yesterday on why the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) slammed a N1.04 trillion ($5.2 billion) fine on MTN Nigeria.
According to information at the disposal of The Guardian, yesterday, the failure of MTN Nigeria, which controls 43 per cent of the country’s telecommunications market to fully deactivate subscribers with unregistered and incomplete Subscriber Identification Modules (SIM) cards details within the stipulated time, brought the fine on the telecommunications. MTN had last week cut its group’s subscriber target on sliding Nigeria customer numbers by over 11 per cent.
Though, as at press time, no official statement has come from the NCC, however, a source at the NCC, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, disclosed that it was not only MTN that was found culpable, “but MTN remains the biggest culprit. The telecommunications firm was found having a database allegedly been use by kidnappers, insurgents; miscreants, armed robbers and other criminals to commit crimes in the country. NCC’s decision was taken based on security advice from the State Security Service (SSS).”

Nigeria ranks 169 out of 189 in World Bank’s doing business report

The World Bank has ranked Nigeria 169 out of 189 countries in its latest report on the ease of doing business globally.
This is contained in a statement made available to newsmen by the Head of Communications, World Bank Nigeria, Mr Obadiah Tohomdet, on Tuesday in Abuja.
According to the statement, the report takes into consideration the ease of obtaining construction permits, getting electricity, enforcing contracts, registering property and trading across borders among other parameters.

2,500 corps members deployed to Kaduna State

nysc-coppers Nigeria's National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has deployed 2, 500 corps members to Kaduna State for the 2015 Batch B orientation course.
Mr Mohammed Momoh, the state’s NYSC Coordinator, made this known on Tuesday at a news conference in Kaduna.

Mass Wedding: Kano Hisbah Board to give out 2,000 widows, divorcées

mass weddingThe Kano State Hisba Board on Tuesday said it had commenced preparations for the mass wedding of another batch of 2,000 widows and divorcees in the state.
The Director-General of the Board, Dr Abba Sufi, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kano.
Sufi said the preparations followed recent directive by Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje to the Board to start arrangement for the wedding of another batch of 2,000 couples.

How pepper soup business paid my fees – Annie Idibia

Wife of Nigerian music Legend, Tuface Idibia, has revealed that she went through thick and thin while growing up to make ends meet.
 Annie Idibia who spoke as a guest at the just concluded ‘YourDreamsOurReality’ series at Terra Kulture in Eve Secondary School, Lagos, revealed she once sold pepper soup with her mother to keep up with living.

EU risks 'tectonic changes' as migrant flow swells to over 700,000

Ljubljana (AFP) - Europe's worst migration crisis since World War II risks triggering "tectonic changes", a top EU official warned Tuesday, as figures showed more than 700,000 newcomers reached the continent's Mediterranean shores so far this year.
"The situation will deteriorate even further," European Council president Donald Tusk said, warning of a "new wave of refugees (arriving) from Aleppo and other Syrian regions under Russian bombardment".Leaders of France and Germany were due to discuss the crisis which has also prompted a spat between the premier of Germany's Bavaria state and neighbouring Austria over its handling of migrants.

Man arrested after cheating his way to 2nd in Kenya marathon

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- A man was arrested and will face fraud charges for cheating his way into second place at Kenya's Nairobi International Marathon.
Police and race officials said the man, identified as 28-year-old Julius Njogu, hid among a group of spectators before joining Sunday's race near the finish.
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