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‘Viagra’ energy drink BANNED in Zambia after man complains of constant erection

AN ENERGY drink which left a man with a constant erection has been banned by Zambian authorities. Power Natural High Energy Drink SX was not marketed as a sexual aid but contained sildenafil citrate – an active ingredient in Viagra. The discovery was made by Ugandan health authorities which has caused the drink’s popularity to […]

Ben Fordham weighs in on female Dustin Martin fans saying they want to `lick his thighs`

Australian personality Ben Fordham has weighed in on the debate over double standards in sport after AFL star Dustin Martin received a flurry of sexual comments on his latest Instagram picture.

More than 9 years in custody for Navy vet who abused neighbors’ dogs, maiming one

An Iraq war veteran convicted of abusing his neighbors’ dogs — including poisoning them and gouging out the eye of a Siberian husky — was sentenced Friday to more than nine years in custody. Former Navy corpsman David C. Herbert, 37, was also fined $10,000 for his conviction last year of charges linked to repeated … Read more

Promotions to support record sales at Graham + Sibbald

Graham + Sibbald has strengthened its leadership team with a raft of appointments as the chartered surveyor and property specialist targets record full-year revenues.

Kodak Black tells fans they should put him in the same category as Nas, The Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac

This isn`t the first time the rapper has invited comparisons to 2Pac and Biggie. Kodak Black & 2Pac. Kodak Black has declared himself to be on the same level as legendary rappers 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G and Nas. Read more: Kodak Black – ‘Dying To Live’ review Making the controversial statement on Instagram Live yesterday (March 20), the ‘ZEZE’ rapper started by saying: “I’m the hardest rapper in the game, I promise.” Continuing, he added: […] The post Kodak Black tells fans they should put him in the same category as Nas, The Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac appeared first on NME .

Stoltenberg: NATO is preparing for a larger number of Russian rockets in Europe

Stoltenberg: NATO is preparing for a larger number of Russian rockets in Europe

Trust is the main barrier to smart speaker adoption – here`s what companies can do about that

This is a preview of a research report  from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider`s premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here . Current subscribers can read the report here . Business Insider Intelligence Smart speakers comprise one of the fastest-growing device segments in the consumer technology market today. Ownership levels have nearly doubled from early 2017 to summer 2018.  With this rapid growth, there are a few pivotal questions that both companies looking to develop and sell smart speakers as well as those looking to sell products, deliver media, and offer access to services like banking over these devices need answers to in order to craft successful strategies. In particular, they need to know who is and isn’t buying smart speakers, and what consumers who own smart speakers are actually doing with them.  See the rest of the story at Business Insider See Also: More Google-powered speakers will be able to make calls Sprint has opened a demo space to showcase its 5G tools Why Huawei`s Android backup would flop

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive in St Kitts and Nevis

Camilla was sweetly greeted by a little girl during a visit to Nevis today. Ava Lupinacci, three, curtsied and twirled for the Duchess of Cornwall, who was holding a bunch of flowers.

John Lennon's glasses and George Harrison's unheard 'Hitler tapes' to go on sale in Beatles auction

John Lennon`s glasses and unheard `Hitler tapes` recorded by George Harrison are set to go on sale in a new Beatles auction later this month.

Jacinda Ardern arrives in Christchurch to mark week since New Zealand shooting – live

Two-minute silence will be held as thousands are expected to gather in Christchurch for Friday prayers outside Hagley mosque 12.10am GMT Clarke Gayford , Jacinda Ardern’s partner, tweeted overnight that the couple’s daughter Neve had her “9 month birthday”. He said that “her mum got her the gift of having a safer country to grow up in”, a reference to the gun control laws Ardern announced yesterday. For her 9 month birthday today we received the gift of crawling. While her mum got her the gift of having a safer country to grow up in. pic.twitter.com/FiCSTn0PM8 12.05am GMT Jacinda Ardern will return to Christchurch to participate in the prayer service today, after yesterday announcing sweeping changes to New Zealand’s gun laws. Continue reading...

England v Czech Republic: Visitors will draw on memories of 2008

Czech Republic head coach Jaroslav Silhavy says his side are not channelling the spirit of Euro 96 ahead of tonight’s match against England.

Jezebel We Should Probably Talk About Lauren Duca | Deadspin Tom Izzo Flips Out On Aaron Henry, Has

Jezebel   We Should Probably Talk About Lauren Duca | Deadspin   Tom Izzo Flips Out On Aaron Henry, Has To Be Held Back By Players | Splinter   One Nation Under Pizza Ranch | The Grapevine   R. Kelly Can’t Leave Illinois, but Wants to Travel to Dubai to Perform in Order to Pay Child Support | The A.V. Club   Leviathan fuckin’… Read more...

Ted baker vows to `learn lessons` from hugging scandal that forced boss Ray Kelvin to quit

Ray Kelvin, 63, quit following allegations by staff of inappropriate behaviour against him including `forced hugging`. Kelvin, who denies wrongdoing, founded Ted Baker in 1988.

Man jailed for removing customer’s ear and nipples without anaesthetic

“He stated that had he known it was illegal, he would never have had the procedure because he certainly was not that desperate to have his ear removed,” Mr Grieves-Smith QC told Wolverhampton Crown court. The man was only moderately desperate? It should be stated that as far as we know the ear was in fine working order when the man hired Brendan McCarthy, owner of Dr Evil’s Body Modification Emporium in Princess Alley, Wolverhampton, to remove it. Other customers of Dr Evil’s shop gave written consent for tongue splitting and nipple removal procedures. No anaesthetic was used. Mr McCarthy has pleaded guilty to three counts of grievous bodily harm and was jailed at Wolverhampton Crown Court for three years and four months. Which begs the question: whose body is it?

AI can mistakenly see cancer in medical scans after tiny image tweaks

Medical artificial intelligence is brittle. Although it promises to quickly analyse medical scans, it can trip up on seemingly innocuous issues

Frozen Lake Michigan Shatters Into Millions Of Pieces And Results In Surreal Imagery

The polar vortex has kept Lake Michigan frozen for the most part of winter. For example, in Chicago, Illinois, temperatures reached -30C (-23F) during the peak of the cold, causing ice shelves to form on the lake – hills formed from waves crashing over existing ice piles. But everything eventually comes to an end. Spring is bringing warmer weather to the area, destroying the ice and transforming the region into a magical wonderland.

5 Benefits of Continuous Integration

Everyone recommends you to use continuous integration tools, but why should you go with this approach, does it really matter or not? As you can imagine, this development process requires teams to integrate their work often. There’s also some need for testing, if possible some automated testing to make sure that the build is a […] The post 5 Benefits of Continuous Integration appeared first on Crazy Speed Tech .

Jacinda Ardern tells Christchurch service `New Zealand mourns with you` – live

Two-minute silence will be held as thousands are expected to gather in Christchurch for Friday prayers outside Hagley mosque 12.32am GMT The nationwide two-minute silence has now begun. 12.30am GMT The call to prayer has started. This is being broadcast across the country on the radio and television. Continue reading...

BBC, Lowry and Brit School join government’s £5m schools performing arts programme

The BBC, the Lowry and the Brit School are among the cultural organisations working with the government on a £5 million programme

Trump Backs Release Of Mueller Report

While fielding questions from journalists, President Trump stated that he looks forward to the release of the investigation into the 2016 election, saying, “Let it come out. Let people see it—that’s up to the attorney general.” What do you think?  Read more...

[Ticker] Former top EU official takes job at law firm

Former European Commission secretary-general Alexander Italianer has been hired by US law firm Arnold & Porter, the company announced on Thursday in a statement which said Italianer "brings extraordinary insight into the key issues facing today`s global economy and an unparalleled knowledge of the workings of the European Commission". The firm specified Italianer`s new job was in accordance with commission rules , which required Italianer to ask authorisation.

“Tragic loss of our countryside to HS2 has begun - we need this stopped.” Editor’s view

Our puppy dog’s first ever walk was across the meadow and up Bacombe Hill to the Coombe Hill monument.

Bellingcat’s Invitation Is Waiting For Your Response: An Investigative Guide To LinkedIn

Whether you’re investigating a company purporting to have damning information on Robert Mueller or conducting research on anti-Islamic State foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria, LinkedIn can serve as a useful resource for online researchers across a wide variety of subjects. This guide aims to provide helpful tools and techniques for identifying LinkedIn profiles and... The post Bellingcat’s Invitation Is Waiting For Your Response: An Investigative Guide To LinkedIn appeared first on bellingcat .

Interview – Mike Martin

Mike Martin discusses his career in the British Army and risk management, recent negotiations between the US and the Taliban, and the importance of ideology in conflict.