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  • Indian boy, 5, beheaded in suspected child sacrifice

    A suspected occultist beheaded a five-year-old boy in a ritual sacrifice in northeastern India before being lynched by angry villagers, police and relatives said on Friday. The father of the decapitated youngster said his son, Sanatan Bag, had been enticed into the home of Nanu Mirdha who then butchered him as an offering to the Hindu goddess of power, Kali, in front of a makeshift temple. "Sanatan was lured with chocolates by the sorcerer Nanu Mirdha to a temple where he sacrificed him by beheading him in front of the altar," Sajan Bag told local television channels in the state of Assam.

  • RBA warns on heightened level of property investment risk

    The RBA deputy governor Philip Lowe says recent measures from banking regulator, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) were having a "positive, albeit modest, effect". "In the past couple of weeks you've seen a number of banks say they're requiring larger deposits for investor loans, they're offering smaller discounts on interest rates and smaller rebates, they're requiring higher serviceability levels," Dr Lowe said at yesterday's Thomson Reuters regulatory summit in Sydney. How far can you push the tighter regulation of the banking system without causing the same volume of loans to be made but just through a different financial intermediary," Dr Lowe said.

    Property Observer
  • Why do women cheat? Ashley Madison CEO tells all

    In this Q&A, we got Noel Biderman, founder and CEO of the marital-affair site Ashley Madison, to tell all, from why women cheat to how affairs can actually HELP a marriage and why he thinks he'll do well in China. Why do women cheat?

  • Natalie Imbruglia dishes on some of her most famous 'flings'

    Natalie Imbruglia has finally set the record straight on some of her rumoured high-profile hook-ups with the likes of Robbie Williams, Prince Harry and Harry Styles. In the new issue of Red magazine, the 40-year-old Aussie beauty admits to 'doing lots of crazy stuff' after her 2008 divorce from husband Daniel Johns, however she reveals that some of the most famous 'flings' never actually happened. Gwyneth Paltrow's ex, Chris Martin: “We are mates and I haven’t seen him in ages,” she said - which for the record is not a no...

    New Idea
  • Christian beheads jihadist in Syria revenge killing: monitor

    A Syrian Christian fighter has beheaded an Islamic State group (IS) militant to avenge people "executed" by the jihadists in northeastern Syria, a monitor said on Friday. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the incident took place on Thursday in Hasakeh province, where IS holds large areas of the countryside. According to the monitor, the Christian fighter, a member of the minority Assyrian community, found the jihadist in the local village of Tal Shamiram.

  • Sexiest Celebrity Selfies (15 photos)

    If you've got it, flaunt it. At least that's the rule these stars' Instagram snaps seem to suggest.

    Yahoo7 Entertainment
  • Tunisia arrests second Morocco suspect in Bardo attack

    Tunisia has arrested a second Moroccan suspect over a deadly attack in March on the Bardo museum in Tunis, detaining him at the border with Libya, the interior ministry said Thursday. Noureddine al-Naibi was arrested on Sunday at the Ras Jedir border post on suspicion of indirect involvement in the attack, ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told AFP. Around 50 people have been detained in Tunisia as part of an investigation into the attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

  • Canberra woman wins $50 million in Powerball lottery

    A Canberra woman is now $50 million richer after scooping the entire division one prize in Powerball overnight. "Oh my god! My heart is beating so fast! I can't believe it!" the overwhelmed woman exclaimed to the NSW Lotteries official who called her.

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  • Back from the dead: 11 brands that have made a big comeback

    Remember when Polaroid was expected to die?The company filed for bankruptcy in 2001, and while it had been a household name for decades, few thought the brand could make it in the age of digital photography. Polaroid was written off as a relic whose technology

    Yahoo7 Finance
  • Chrissy Teigen's Completely Nude in "DuJour" Magazine

    Chrissy Teigen in DuJour’s latest magazine. Photo: DuJour.DuJour’s latest magazine cover hosts ubiquitous power couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.And (as usual) they look good - really, really good.In a full-length spread shot by noted photographer

    Yahoo7 Lifestyle
  • Fallen iPhone records its journey to the bottom of the ocean

    Not many iPhones can fall to the bottom of the ocean and live to tell the tale. Gregory Papadin was on a holiday in Spain when he accidentally dropped his iPhone into the ocean. The phone was in the middle of recording before it fell and managed to capture its slow descent to the bottom of the ocean.

    Yahoo US
  • The 10 most overrated holidays (12 photos)

    Travelling is meant to be fun. It takes you out of your comfort zone and shows you something new. But sometimes, no matter how much you want to like a place, the destination or experience doesn't live up to expectations. These are those places.

    Total Travel
  • China deployed artillery in S.China Sea: US officials

    China recently deployed two artillery pieces on one of its artificial islands in the contested South China Sea, US defense officials said Friday, in an unprecedented move that will heighten suspicion of Beijing's intentions. The heavy weapons, since removed, posed no security threat but their positioning -- within range of territory claimed by Vietnam -- underscored Washington's concerns that China is pursuing a huge island-building project for military purposes, officials said. The two motorized artillery pieces were spotted on a manmade island about a month ago in the Spratly Islands, a defense official who spoke on condition of anonymity told AFP, citing surveillance imagery.

  • Want to travel at the speed of sound? It's happening

    Hyperloop, the transportation brainchild of Tesla boss Elon Musk which plans to take you from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 30 minutes, could be be free to use, according to the CEO of the project. Comparing the business model to that of video games, which have increasingly moved to in-game add-on purchases, Dirk Ahlborn told a question and answer session with CNBC at the Pioneers Festival tech show in Vienna that Hyperloop could follow the same model. Ahlborn said he is looking at other ways for the project to make money but did not outline specific plans.

  • Russia, Qatar votes cost FIFA: Blatter

    The worst corruption crisis in soccer history stems from the governing body's decision to award Russia and Qatar the next two World Cup tournaments, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said on Friday. Blatter spoke at the FIFA congress hours before the presidential election in which he is a seeking a fifth term. In 2010, Russia was chosen to host the 2018 World Cup and Qatar was awarded the 2022 tournament amid widespread allegations of wrongdoing.

  • Melbourne mother crippled by flu jab

    A Melbourne mother believes a routine flu shot left her crippled and trapped in her own body. Once a happy and loving mother of three, Kathy Watson Jones was left paralysed by a rare condition, where the body's immune system attacks the nervous system. Ms Watson Jones was rushed to hospital the following day and has spent the past five weeks in a rehabilitation centre.

  • Record donations given out to Telethon family

    It was the best day of the year yesterday for the WA Telethon family as a record $25,271,542 in donations was distributed between 45 deserving beneficiaries. Charities and organisations were given a financial shot in the arm that would help them continue to give WA children longer, better lives. The funding has already been made available but it was made public yesterday at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, where Seven West Media chairman Kerry Stokes spoke of his pride in the WA institution.

    The West Australian
  • At 69, Cher Is a Marc Jacobs Model

    Call me a cynic, but when Marc Jacobs invited Cher to be his date at the Met Gala, it seemed a bit suspicious. Because 69-year-old Cherilyn Sarkisian is the new face of Marc Jacobs. The legend gives photographer David Sims a “come here - but not too close” mug for the ad, which appears for the first time in print in Women’s Wear Daily.

    Yahoo7 Lifestyle
  • Investment waste land follows commodities boom

    The economic hole dug by Australia’s biggest commodities boom is not being filled. Investment in mines, oil and gas has kept afloat the economy over the past four years. The hope, the policy expectation, was that this gaping investment hole would be filled by the non-mining sector.

    The West Australian
  • Police shoot dead suicidal man

    28-year-old Justin Way had recently lost his job. Drunk and threatening to kill himself with a large knife, his anxious girlfriend Kaitlyn Lyons called the police to an attempt to stop him harming himself. As police arrive Kaitlyn is asked to leave the house and she explained she assumed her partner would be “Baker Acted” — involuntarily committed for his own protection, she told The Daily Beast.

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