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The bodies of at least 220 tribesmen have been found in Iraq after militants from the Islamic State exacted bloody revenge children porn video on Sunni leaders who have been organising resistance movements against them.More than 150 members of the Sunni Albu Nimr tribe were child porno found in a mass grave near Ramadi in Anbar province this morning, while the corpses of another 48 members were mature sex porno hard discovered near Hit.In a further frightening development ISIS militants massacred 30 men in broad daylight in the centre of Hit, child porn children which is also in Anbar, parading them through the streets and using loudspeakers to declare them apostates.The murdered men were thought to be local tribesmen who had allied with the Iraqi government and were helping to organise anti-ISIS operations throughout the province.
Sickening: ISIS militants lined up 30 Sunni men in a town west of Baghdad and shot them dead yesterday
Massacre: Young men use mobile phones to take pictures of the dead bodies inside Hit yesterday afternoonThe bodies of 150 members of the Albu Nimr tribe were discovered after ISIS militants took the men from their villages to the city of Ramadi.Police and security officials say they discovered the mass grave outside the city this morning, with the indication being the militants shot them dead yesterday evening.
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In a separate case, witnesses said they found 48 bodies belonging to members of the same Albu Nimr tribe near the town of Hit, roughly 50 miles north west of Ramadi.Describing the event a witness said: Early this morning we found those corpses and we have been told by some Islamic State militants that those people are from Sahwa, who fought your brothers the Islamic State, and this is the punishment of anybody fighting Islamic State.The man spoke on condition of anonymity, fearing for his own safety.
Grisly: The Islamic State extremists are understoog to have lined the men up and shot them dead with riflesTribal sheikhs from Albu Nimr say both groups of victims were among more than 300 men aged between 18 and 55 who were seized by Islamic State this week.The previous morning Islamic State militants had shot dead 30 members of the tribe in the centre of Hit.The slayings took place on a main street in al-Bakir district of the town, which has been the scene of intense fighting by jihadis and local resistance groups in recent weeks.The militants first paraded the men through town, shouting through loudspeakers that the captured men were apostates who fought against them, residents said. The extremists then lined up the men and shot them dead with assault rifles, residents said.
The Anbar faction of ISIS is led by Abu Waheeb (centre) whose notoriety stems from the filmed murder of a group of Syrian lorry drivers in Iraq last summer. His band of militants are known as the Al Anbar Lions
Militants from the Islamic State (pictured) have been intensified attacks in Anbar province recentlyA photograph showed a line of the mens bodies by a small pool of blood as onlookers walked by.Anbar provincial council chairman, Sabah Karhout, said the Sunnis killed were tribal fighters allied with the government and members of the security forces.The men were captured when ISIS terrorists overran the town, which sits on the Euphrates river and is located about 85 miles west of the Iraqi capital.Karhout called the slayings a crime against humanity and demanded more international support for the Sunni tribes fighting the militants in Anbar province. HARROWING VIDEO SHOWS SCENE OF BLOODY DEVASTATION AFTER SYRIAN ARMY DROPS BARREL BOMBS ON REFUGEE CAMP, KILLING UP TO 75 A harrowing video has emerged showing the charred and dismembered bodies of up to 75 people killed when a Syrian regime helicopter dropped two barrel bombs on a refugee camp yesterday.The graphic footage – filmed at a displaced persons camp in the northern province of Idlib – shows the bloodied corpses of women and children, while passers-by scramble to save the wounded.Its a massacre of refugees, a voice off camera can be heard saying, while tents that act as makeshift homes burn all around him and dazed children wander the camp looking for relatives.Barrel bombs, which are banned by international law, are crudely made containers filled with nails, metal shrapnel and explosive material that are dropped from low altitude. 
Horror: The graphic footage – filmed at a displaced persons camp in the northern province of Idlib – shows the bloodied corpses of women and children, while passers-by scramble to save the wounded
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The video begins with the cameraman racing up to the bombed camp on a motorcycle and finding a scene of total devastation. Let the whole world see this, they are displaced people. Look at them, they are civilians, displaced civilians. They fled the bombardment, he said.The man runs into the camp and screams at others to pick up the bodies, trying to convince them that the people on the ground with limbs missing might still survive if taken to hospital.This ones good! This ones good! he shouts, telling two men to carry a limp body with one leg hanging from strips of flesh to a nearby pickup truck. Pick him up from the stomach not the leg, he screams.
Victims: Witnesses and paramedics scramble to save the lives of those injured in the twin blasts
Harrowing: Its a massacre of refugees, a voice off camera can be heard saying, while tents that act as makeshift homes burn all around him and dazed children wander the camp looking for relatives A man in another video of the Abedin camp, which houses people who had escaped fighting in neighbouring Hama province, said as many as 75 people had died.Syrian state media did not mention the bombing. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks violence in the civil war, said it heard reports that 10 civilians had been killed.Details of the attack could not be independently confirmed. Human rights groups say the Assad regime has previously dropped barrel bombs on densely populated neighbourhoods.These acts are in defiance of a U.N. Security Council resolution banning their use.

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Georgia Sigourney, 12, has been left with horrific scars after her face was brutally mauled by a friends new Siberian HuskyA escort bayan 12-year-old girl has been left with horrific scars and narrowly avoided being blinded after her face was brutally mauled by bayan escort a friends new Siberian Husky.Georgia Sigourney was lying on the floor at her friends house watching X Factor when she accidentally escort nudged the dog, causing it to tear the flesh around her mouth and cheeks.The schoolgirl ran screaming in tears with eskort blood pouring down her face from the house in Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, after the animal attacked.Her father Chris, 34, said: Its horrendous, I was absolutely devastated. Shes very upset and scared of dogs now. Shes really nervous.Its just started to sink in. Shes a pretty girl and shes obviously worried how shes going to look.If it was just a bit lower down it could have killed her or if it was a bit higher up she could have been blinded.It is horrible to say but she is lucky to have it where it is. She really is lucky to be alive when you think about it. He said that Georgia was sitting on the floor with the dog asleep behind her.She then stood up and nudged the dog, which suddenly flipped and clamped its jaw down on her face. Mr Sigourney said: She screamed and screamed. Her friend just locked herself in the bathroom so she was alone with the dog. Georgia was rushed to Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, where she was put on a drip and given 31 external stitches and 20 internally.She is finding it difficult to eat because of the pain of opening her mouth and has to drink through a straw.
She was sat on the floor at her friends home when she accidentally nudged the dog, causing it to lunge at her face and tear the flesh around her mouth and cheeks
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Mr Sigourney said his daughters friend had posted on Facebook that day saying this is our new dog Dakota.But now they are claiming its not their dog and have given it to police to destroy, he added.They only live two minutes down the street. My daughter said she and her friend had been left alone in the house for two hours.
Georgias father Chris (left) said his daughter, pictured with her brother Callum, is lucky to be aliveWe have two dogs of our own and Georgia knows how to behave around animals. Shes never been involved in an incident before.We are just leaving the police to deal with it. I just want to warn other people to be careful. Do not leave your dogs alone with children because they can get hurt.A spokeswoman for Cambridgeshire Police said: The dog has been seized by police.We are awaiting advice from the dangerous dogs officer as to what should happen to it.The family who owned the dog refused to comment on the incident.

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Devils Tower is a solitary 400metre volcanic monolith that juts out of the prairies of eastern Wyoming, USA
The spectacular structure, which measures one mile in circumference, attracts around 400,000 visitors and 4,000 climbers each yearIt’s not hard to see why Steven Spielberg cast this otherworldly formation as the centrepiece for his 1977 sci-fi film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
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‘If I was an alien, I’d land there,’ I suggest. The spectacular structure, which measures one mile in circumference, attracts around 400,000 visitors – and just 4,000 climbers – each year.Many of them make the two-and-a-half-hour drive from Rapid City airport, just over the border in South Dakota.We join the small outcrop of sightseers taking pictures from a nearby roadside pull-in. 
 Barney John scales the Devils Tower as he struggles to make his way to the top of the 400m high peak‘It’s not that big,’ Dave says, trying to do that perspective thing where you hold your fingers up in front of the camera so it looks a bit like you’re holding it. Famous last words.To reach the flat summit of Devils Tower, you do actually have to climb it. As in, with ropes and your hands and feet. There’s no other way – no lift or ladder. If you’re expecting a full-of-myself tale of brave adventure and daring-do, stop right now.Dave is a brilliant climber, and really strong, with about eight years of experience under his belt. But I’m just a beginner.I first donned a harness little more than 18 months ago, and to say my climbing dream turned into a bit of a nightmare wouldn’t be overstating the case.We had been instructed by my friend John Graham, founder of the Go Outdoors chain of stores and general climbing guru, NOT to try to get to the top on the first day.‘You need to get to know the rock, the style of climbing,’ he said. ‘Spend a few days just doing small stuff.’
Barneys friend Dave wears protective tape over his hands to stop the skin being peeled off by the rock
One member of the group admired the view over Wyoming as they take a well-earned restIt took two solid days of travel to get here and the excitement of finally being there had got the better of us. We completely ignored John’s advice and decided to head straight for the summit. ‘We’ll be up and down in no time,’ said Dave. ‘Maybe we’ll do it twice?’In truth, 400 metres isn’t actually that big. Snowdon is just over 1,000 metres from its base, and Ben Nevis measures 1,344 metres. But it can feel like an awfully long way when you’re sitting right below the thing.In the 1980s, Todd Skinner, a Wyoming native, free-soled (climbed alone, without ropes or protection) to the top in 18 minutes.Not us. Just how much we’d misjudged things hit home while watching Dave – who I’d never really seen struggle with anything, ever – take about an hour to grunt and curse his way up about 15 metres.‘This… hurts… so… MUCH!’ he cried in between numerous expletives and childbirth-style panting. I feel bad – but we had been warned.
In the 1980s, Todd Skinner, a Wyoming native, climbed alone, without ropes to the top in 18 minutes
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Barney Johns friend Sara holds spring-loaded camming devices which are used to ascend Devils TowerAscending a rock like Devils Tower takes a specific technique known as crack climbing which involves jamming your fingers, hands, fists and feet into fissures in the rock in order to haul yourself up.It’s pretty masochistic, and climbers who do it tend to bind their hands in a special tough fabric tape to stop all the skin being ripped off.To make things harder, it is not possible to climb the 400 metres in one go: No rope is long enough. So you do it in stages, or pitches.The first climber to go up places pieces of equipment – gear – in the rock on which to attach the rope and stop them from falling.Once safely anchored to the rock face, they pull up the rope with the second climber attached to the other end, picking out the gear that has been placed so it can be reused.I led the first (very easy) pitch of our chosen route, called Assembly Line, without problem. And then the pain began. It took Dave about an hour and a half to complete the second pitch. Then it was my turn.It started out okay but slowly, after about 15 minutes of jamming, your hands are raw and your toes burn in agony. But reduce the pressure, and you feel like you’re about to drop off the wall.
The group successfully summited a granite tower called Spire One in an outcrop of rock called The Needles
Climbers are advised not to attempt to climb Devils Tower on the first day, and are instead encouraged to spend two days practicing before heading for the summitI’d stuffed our guidebook (which contained details of the abseil routes back down) into my jacket, which had gradually become wet through from sweat, and it had dropped out.I watched helplessly as it bounced down the side of the sheer rock face and out of view. And then I dropped David’s jacket.By now it was getting dark, and we’d left our head torches in our bags at the base of the crag. How the hell had I got myself into this mess?It was not even as if our adventure lacked planning.I’d been climbing three times a week ever since April, and in June had my first experience on real rock, gradually building up my experience ‘seconding’ more experienced climbers.Whenever I mentioned to hardened climbers about my Devils Tower plan, I got the same ‘ugh, crack climbing… hate it,’ type response.
Barney John (centre) was joined on the trip by friends Dave and Sara, who runs New York club Crux ClimbingJohn Graham, who agreed to lend us the specialised gear, which included items such as ‘nuts’ and ‘quickdraws’, was a bit more encouraging.Big cracks in big rocks need big gear – specifically, things called spring-loaded camming devices, or cams, as they’re usually called.Invented in the early Seventies, these curved mechanical gadgets revolutionised the sport, allowing placement in almost any angle of crack and opening up routes that would once have been impossible.I’d actually never handled such large equipment before (no giggling at the back), so a few weeks before we set off, John took me for a day practicing crack climbing at a quarry in the Peak District.On hand to lend some much-needed advice were expert climbers Paul Craven from Edelrid outdoor company, and Tom Cain from Mammut. And a film crew. Despite feeling like the least-cool kid at school, I thought I did just about okay. ‘You’re going in two weeks!?’ asked the cameraman disbelievingly at one point. Maybe I didn’t do so well.You don’t need a licence or special permission to climb, and it’s also not supervised (unless you pay for a guide). In the age of health and safety it seems odd that youre allowed to do this.
Devils Tower seen in the background during a scene from classic sci-fi Close Encounters of the Third KindBut adventure holidays like this are becoming increasingly popular – a recent study estimated the outbound adventure travel sector to be worth a staggering £160 billion.Climbing like this is usually done on public land, so like hiking, it’s free. But climbing carries serious risks, and managing that is your personal responsibility.We were told that to stay safe in climbing, do not attempt anything beyond your ability. Dave and I ultimately knew what we were doing, how to stay safe, and the various ways to get out of bother should it arrive.So, back on our almost comically bad first day at Devils Tower: Dusk fell and we decided to bail.We were the last people to leave the park. The tower glowed in the moonlight and it looked beautiful.‘We’ll try again tomorrow,’ I tell Dave. And we did. And the same thing happened. It was difficult, beyond painful, and more scary than fun.The biggest cams we had suddenly weren’t big enough for the gaping cracks, and not quite wide enough to wriggle your whole body into.We bail once again and abseil off the rock half way up. I’m not a quitter, but I can’t help thinking: ‘This should be a fun hobby, not a form of punishment!’We were relieved to be back on the ground, and we slowly walk back to the car nursing bruised knees, bloodied hands, and even more bruised egos.The plan had always been to head east to Custer State Park, and another remarkable outcrop of rocks called The Needles.Dave and I and our friend Sara, who runs the New York club Crux Climbing, summited an incredible granite tower called Spire One, and after the blood, sweat and tears of the previous two days, it all felt rather serene and civilised. Just what we’d come to do.As for Devils Tower, I’ve already decided I’m going back to try and reach the summit. I’m a sucker for punishment, I suppose. FACT BOX TITLE Getting there: The nearest airports are Gillette, in Wyoming, Rapid City, in South Dakota, and Billings, Montana. Devils Tower National Monument is 27 miles northwest of Sundance, Wyoming. There is no public transport to the tower, so car hire is essential.Accommodation: Within the park, the Belle Fourche Campground charges $12 a night, or there are rooms as well as camping at Devils Tower Lodge, run by local climbing legend Frank Sanders, who will also organise guided climbs to the summit (which is maybe what I should have done!). devilstowerclimbing.comFor expert advice on climbing gear and camping equipment, visit gooutdoors.co.uk  
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A Mayfair casino will not have to pay poker player Phil Ivey (left) £7.7million in winnings after a High Court judge ruled the edge-sorting technique he used, helped by Cheung Yin Sun (right), was cheatingHis arrival at Crockfords in Mayfair, Britains oldest casino, the previous night had caused genuine excitement, not to mention a gleeful rubbing of hands.As a casino inspector paced the private room, hung not only with chandeliers and oil paintings but also a battery of security cameras, the scene one August night two years ago could have come straight from the pages of Ian Fleming.
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Especially when the couple coolly walked out at the end of two nights of gambling that had seen a staggering £106 million won and lost at various times. In the end, they had made £7.7 million at James Bonds favourite card game.Their achievement was all the more impressive because Punto Banco, the version they were playing, involves no skill whatsoever.
His arrival at Crockfords in Mayfair, Britains oldest casino, the previous night had caused genuine excitement, not to mention a gleeful rubbing of handsThis week, the same pair were back in Central London, this time in the High Court, for an equally high stakes game as Ivey, an American, tried to convince a judge he had not been cheating and the casino had no right to withhold his winnings.Indeed, Ivey felt so confident in his case — the biggest legal battle in British casino history — that the American stunned the gambling world by admitting precisely how he did it. And the truth was even more ingenious — Crockfords might prefer the word devious — than anything James Bond ever faced.For Ivey, 38, and his companion — no casual observer but one of the sharpest operators in Las Vegas — were edge sorting. That means he and Cheung Yin Sun were able to read the cards by spotting imperfections on the back of them.Crockfords and its owners, the £21 billion Genting Group of Malaysia, were not prepared for this when Ivey came to play.He was 16 when he told his parents in New Jersey he was going to become a professional gambler. He developed his poker skills playing colleagues at a telemarketing firm, went on to win countless World Series bracelets, or championships, and is regarded as the best all-round player on the planet.He now lives in Las Vegas, after divorcing his wife, and his life is dedicated to the game. So when he contacted Crockfords and told them he would like to come to London and lay seven-figure bets on its tables, the casino was keen to accommodate him.High-rollers can make a huge difference to a casinos balance sheet. However much he won or lost, it would be good for the casinos image to have the Tiger Woods of Poker on the premises.
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Ivey was 16 when he told his parents in New Jersey he was going to become a professional gamblerHe asked to play in a private room with a Mandarin-speaking dealer because Ms Sun doesnt speak good English. Crockfords was also happy to allow a range of other unusual requests. Baccarat players are notoriously superstitious as the game is purely down to chanceHe wanted to wear his lucky hat and to be able to choose a lucky pack of cards — he specified the Angel brand made by the U.S. company Gemaco — that the casino would then use for the entire time he was playing there.This pack had to be dealt and shuffled in a lucky way.The idea of Punto Banco is to bet on which hand of cards — the players or the dealers — adds up closest to nine. Players first place their bets, then the cards are dealt face-up. Each hand contains a minimum of two cards and a maximum of three. Tens, jacks, queens and kings are all valued at zero — so sevens, eights and nines are the most important cards in the game.To begin with, the game was going Crockfords way. During several hours of play Ivey made repeated requests for decks of cards to be changed. This continued until he found that lucky pack he wanted.But it wasnt luck. Ms Sun had finally spotted the deck of playing cards she had been looking for.Angel brand cards have a purple-coloured diamond pattern on the back. An expert at edge-sorting, Ms Sun knew some of these packs have a tiny — but crucial — flaw.The geometrical pattern on the backs of cards is supposed to be symmetrical, but on these it wasnt. Looked at very closely, the pattern along the long edge on one side of each card is noticeably different from the long edge on the other.What the pair of gamblers managed to do next was crucial. Ms Sun asked the dealer to rotate the strong cards — the sevens, eights and nines — by 180 degrees for luck before they were put back into the pack.This transferred the pattern flaw to the opposite side of the card — from the left side to the right — which meant all the strong cards had the flaw on the same side of the card, and it was a different side from that of all the other cards.Armed with this information, Ms Sun and Mr Ivey could tell whether the dealer was about to deal a strong card as the first card in each hand. All they had to do was study the back of the top card waiting in the card shoe, or dispenser, used by the dealer and Ivey would place his bet accordingly before the game began.In this way, Ivey turned the game from the dealers advantage to his advantage — and raised the stakes.Betting as much as £150,000 a hand, he and his companion gradually started winning and winning.But unless anyone was aware they were carefully studying the backs of the cards rather than the front, they would have been at a loss to explain what had happened as anything other than a tremendous streak of good fortune.When the pair finally got up to leave, they were told it was a bank holiday the following day. Given they would have flown back to the U.S. by the time banks were open again, the money would be wired to Ivey, said Crockfords.However, the casino clearly realised something was fishy because it never sent him the money and returned only his £1 million stake money.The argument rumbled on until, in May last year Ivey announced he would be taking legal action, saying: I am deeply saddened Crockfords has left me no alternative. Over the years I have won and lost substantial sums at Crockfords and I have always honoured my commitments. At the time, I was given a receipt for my winnings but Crockfords subsequently withheld payment.For its part, Crockfords clearly felt that Ivey had not won the money fair and square. So should the casino staff have realised far earlier than they did that Iveys winnings were about something more than luck?Edge-sorting is just one weapon in the arsenal of so-called advantage players — who try to find legal ways of improving their odds of winning. But Ms Sun has already been banned from at least one U.S. casino for doing it there.Ivey said he sees it as the professional gamblers job to exploit the weaknesses of casinos, and try to even out the odds casinos always ensure are stacked in their favour.Edge-sorting, Ivey insisted in court, involves nothing more than using information available to any player simply from viewing the backs of the cards the casino chooses to use, and by making requests of the house which it is entitled to refuse.Crockfords, in other words, should have known better.Sadly for Ivey and advantage players everywhere, Mr Justice Mitting, begged to differ. The judge, who admitted he has never been in a casino and sticks to bridge, commended the American on his truthfulness but ruled his actions amounted to cheating for the purposes of civil law.Ivey will not get his winnings and will have to pay costs. Worse, the verdict wont help him in another pending legal suit, this time in the U.S. The Borgata casino in Atlantic City is demanding back $9.6 million that it says Ivey won from it in the same circumstances.Phil Ivey is estimated to have won $100 million from poker — entirely legitimately — and says he is most upset about being labelled a cheat. Such a reputation is death in his world, he told the High Court.But professional gamblers across the world made clear yesterday they believe he was hard done by and that anyone who tries to level the odds against an unscrupulous casino industry deserves praise.Even Hollywood star Ben Affleck, another keen advantage player, railed against casinos this month after a Las Vegas casino banned him for card-counting, in which players mentally keep a record of cards that have been played so they have a good idea of what cards will appear next.One feels sure 007 would never have stooped so low as counting cards or edge-sorting. Indeed, in the novel Moonraker, his boss M asks him to come to his club, Blades, and work out how the evil millionaire Drax is cheating at cards. Sure enough, he cracks it before the evening is out.Perhaps Crockfords should have called for Bond to run the rule over Phil Ivey — if it had, this sensational court case might never have taken place. 

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Roy Keane officially released his second autobiography titled The Second Half on Thursday   Does Roddy Doyle capture your voice?I think so. I have worked with Roddy, I know what a good writer he is. I had no real plans to write a book, to be honest with you, plenty of offers over the last few years, particularly when people were telling a pack of lies about me over the years.But when I met Roddy, I thought, Yeah, well go for it. I think Roddy said at the start, it was quite difficult after he recorded lots of stuff to understand what I was saying with my accent.But he got there eventually and it was really enjoyable, I have to say, and I am pleased with it.
Keanes (right) explosive autobiography was ghost-written by author Roddy Doyle (left)Has the book been represented unfairly so far?With the leak last Monday, obviously people have got snippets from the book and its obviously grabbed one or two headlines, as you would expect.But I think the book is a fair reflection on the situations I have had over the last couple of years, whether it be with players or managers, and I have been pretty harsh, probably, with myself in a lot of the situations, the mistakes I made.But when I did the book, it wasnt for people to like the book, it was just about me getting a chance to reflect on certain things. If people like it, they do; if they dont, then so be it.  
Keane was speaking at Dublins Aviva Stadium on Thursday – the location for his book press conferenceBut I think its quite upbeat as well. Theres some good stories – I had some great days. Obviously people will focus on the negative stuff, whether it be the World Cup and obviously at United, but I had some great days and worked with some great lads, and hopefully that comes across as well.Its not all about falling out with people. Strangely enough in the course of the book, or the course of my career, I actually dont think I fell out with that many people.But obviously the ones I did were obviously highlighted. But if people like it, they like it.You have said people were telling a pack of lies about you, is there anything in particular that has hurt you?Im not going to start giving you names. Im not going into every detail. But, in general, lies. Ex-team-mates; Im pretty sure you know who Im talking about. Listen, I have got to get up and say something myself and defend myself a little bit, and hopefully the book will reflect that. Did you try to address what Ferguson said about you in his book?I didnt read his book.He said your tongue was the hardest part of your body?Well, what do you think?Ive never been kicked by you.I kick pretty hard. It was a cheap dig. He was never critical when we were winning trophies and he was getting his new contracts, getting this and that named after him – Sir this, and whatever else. He was not pulling me or other players, saying: Listen, you need to relax a bit.That was the game and I appreciate the game. The game finished, and we finished, but it was all the carry-on afterwards.Will you ever forgive Ferguson?[Pause]. Good question. Im not sure, Im not sure football is a small world and eventually, you will cross paths with people again.Whether I would ever bump into him or not, whether it be at a game or sometimes there are conferences going on…The problem, I suppose, I had and one of the reasons when you are writing stuff and you are reflecting on it, is that when you have worked with somebody for such a long time – and obviously we had our disagreements and I departed, and I have no problems with that, its fine.Previous
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A femme fatale who divided a Czech community by sleeping with Nazi soldiers to give them STDs has had a vip eskort plaque erected in her memory.Locals in the south Bohemian town of Trebon said the nurse, who worked in a local elit escort hospital, decided to get revenge on the Nazi invaders after she was raped shortly after the occupation 1938.Former lawyer Karel Friml, 79, now lives in the womans house and is behind the move to have her memory recognised.
Lest we forget: The plaque which a retired lawyer has erected on his house to commemorate a femme fatale who divided a Czech community by sleeping with Nazi soldiers to give them STDsHe said: Unfortunately, we dont know her exact name because time and memories have failed to preserve it.But we know that she was assigned to look after wounded German soldiers and began affairs with them.
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At first the mystery nurse was shunned and branded a whore by locals, but when the soldiers began either disappearing or dying, Mr Friml says it became known that she was deliberately infecting them.This was her resistance and vengeance for the rape of her country and her personal rape, he said. She had many German lovers, maybe six, maybe ten, maybe more.People say that all of them disappeared after the affair with her.
Underground resistance: Locals in the south Bohemian town of Trebon said the nurse, who worked in a local hospital, decided to get revenge on the Nazi invaders after she was raped shortly after the occupation 1938German troops rolled into Trebon right at the start of the Second World War, after the Nazis had already annexed various partly German speaking regions of what was then Czechoslovakia – known as the Sudetenland – a year earlier.By proclamation of Adolf Hitler, the entire western half of the country – the Czech side – was renamed the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.While their government continued its formal existence, the Czechs Nazi rulers quickly set about mobilising the population for labour to aid the German war effort.The Gestapo meanwhile set about dismantling the Czech intelligentsia and middle class according to a plan to eventually eradicate the Czech national identity through assimiliation and deportation.It was the Gestapo who eventually got to Trebons mystery nurse, after they sent an agent to find out what was happening to their soldiers in the town.Mr Friml said: The Gestapo noticed that these people were disappearing and sent a secret agent to the hospital,He uncovered what she was up to and had her shot.
Hitler in Prague in 1939: By proclamation of Adolf Hitler, the entire western half of Czechoslovakia was renamed the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and was directly ruled by German officialsRegional historian and curator of the museum in Trebon Jirina Psikova said: The woman is historically unrecognised with no known documents mentioning her, but several people remember her story and opinion is divided.Some say she was a slut and spread sexually transmitted diseases among German officers, others say she was a real patriot who was raped and infected by the Nazis and she decided to get her revenge.But Mr Friml is clear what he thinks. I am really sorry that she died anonymously, I think she was a hero.And thats why we have made this memorial plaque to her and placed it on the wall of the house. 

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The gulf between former prospective bedfellows Carillion and Balfour Beatty widened today.Construction engineer Carillion, which saw its £3billion merger deal with the struggling Balfour collapse after a row over terms of the deal, said today that business was booming.It has won £3.2billion of work in the first half of the year, which is in line with management expectations, and boasted it has ‘a strong order book and a substantial pipeline of contract opportunities’.
Carillion said it continues to target revenue growth in 2014 at an operating margin in line with expectations.’The performance, which saw Carillion shares rise more than 2 per cent, is in stark contrast to Balfour Beatty. 
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The beleaguered firm this week issued its fifth profits warning in two years after taking another £75million financial hit at its British building arm.
Balfour also lost its executive chairman Steven Marshall, less than a year after its previous chief executive was fired.Shares in Balfour fell to an 11 year low after it said it was bringing in KPMG to probe its entire workbook.Balfour shares fell another 2.7 per cent today, down 5p at 180.2p in lunchtime trade valuing the company at £1.2billion – some £800miliion below the value Carillion offered during the summer’s merger negotiations.In its trading update today, Carillion said: ‘Importantly, in winning new work we have maintained our highly selective approach to the contracts for which we bid and therefore the group continues to target revenue growth in 2014 at an operating margin in line with expectations.’Carillion shares rose 6.55p to 310.85p.