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  1. LILONGWE: Police in Malawi have arrested 200 suspected members of vigilante mobs that have been killing people they believe are vampires, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Nine people have been killed since mid-September in southern Malawi where there is a widespread belief in witchcraft. The violence has prompted the United Nations and the US embassy to declare some parts of the country no-go zones. The attacks spread last week to Blantyre, Malawi?s second largest city where a 22-year-old man was stoned then burned to death and another was stoned to death. Both were accused of bloodsucking, although medical experts deny the existence of vampirism in Malawi. Amos Daka, head of the Medical Society of Malawi, said his group was not aware ?that any one has adequate clinical evidence to support any of the many claims to date.? President Peter Mutharika has visited parts of the country affected by the violence. This month, the United Nations pulled staff out of two areas in southern Malawi.
  2. Asad Shafiq in action during Dubai Test DUBAI: Asad Shafiq, after scoring a sure-footed century, remained the only hope as Pakistan staggered trying to save the Test series in the opening session of the final day of Dubai Test on Tuesday. Shafiq brought up his 100 off 151 balls, as he and skipper Sarfraz Ahmed took Pakistan past 200, chasing a target of 317 in a thrilling final day of the day-night Test. Sarfraz, however, fell to a Perera delivery for 68 off 130. Mohammad Amir was the next to depart, leaving Pakistan at 230-7, and Shafiq survived an lbw scare soon afterwards. On Monday, both Shafiq and Sarfraz hit fighting half-centuries to thwart Sri Lanka and set up an enthralling finish. Shafiq scored an unbeaten 86 while Sarfraz was 57 not out as they lifted Pakistan from a perilous position at 52-5 to 198-5 at close after being set a daunting target of 317. The pair added 146 for the unbroken sixth-wicket stand to leave Pakistan needing another 119 runs with five wickets in hand to level the series. Sri Lanka won a nail-biting first Test in Abu Dhabi by 21 runs. Both Shafiq and Sarfraz batted confidently to raise hopes of Pakistan maintaining their unbeaten record in nine Test series in the United Arab Emirates, their adopted home since 2009. Shafiq brought up his 19th Test fifty with a well-timed cover drive off fast bowler Suranga Lakmal, his first 50-plus score in 12 innings. Sarfraz smashed part-timer Kusal Mendis for his fourth boundary to complete his 14th Test half-century. Pakistan made a disastrous start when opener Sami Aslam fell for one, caught in the slips off Lahiru Gamage. Opener Shan Masood and Azhar Ali (17) added 31 for the second wicket before the batting collapse began with Azhar caught off fast bowler Nuwan Pradeep for 17. Earlier, paceman Wahab Riaz grabbed four for 41 and left-arm spinner Haris Sohail took three wickets in a single over to dismiss Sri Lanka for 96 in their second innings.
  3. Police have cordoned off roads around the station in Islington. Image via: Tara Mikhael's Twitter account (@Taramikhael) LONDON: British police said they carried out a controlled explosion on a suspect package near London?s Angel underground station on Wednesday before allowing the station to reopen. Earlier, London?s transport authority said the station was closed while authorities responded to a security alert outside. "Got told to run from Angel by police and heard 2 explosions," Twitter user Mason Moore said, advising others to "avoid [the] area". Britain is at its second-highest level of security alert after several attacks in the country in recent months.
  4. I'll say this once: I scare easily. Like, Paranormal Activity easily. Like Zee Horror (remember that show?) easily. Just the starting track before each episode began would scare the bejesus out of me; not even joking about this one. But, I'm also one curious bloody cat who just can't sit still without knowing what the hell is about to happen to that dumb blonde chick who went out right into the arms of Freddie Kruger and, well, right into his iron claws… Damnit! I even played Bloody Mary once when I was alone in the house… I mean I know that doesn't count because it's so juvenile the word ‘juvenile' sounds more grown up. And believe it or not; nothing happened. Yet, I shivered and shook for a whole week after. Imagine having to have played any one of the following games, then! I would have died half way through the steps, let alone getting through at all! 1. Elevator To Another Dimension No. Of Players: 1 What You Need: A building with at least 10 floors; an elevator; zero interruption © Pexels You enter the lift and press these buttons in the exact order mentioned—4, 2, 6, 2, 10, 5. Don't get off at any of the floors, though. Now, if you do it right, when you reach the fifth floor, a woman is supposed to enter the lift with you. She will ask you where are you going; to which you have NOT to respond, whatsoever. Stay silent and ignore her. Then, without having pressed any other button, the lift will automatically rise to the 10th floor. This time, you get off. It is said that when you get off, you're in a whole new dimension, automatically. When you're done, and want to return, get back to the lift and press the same buttons in the exact same order. Warning: Do not talk to the woman, no matter what. It is believed that those who did have never returned. 2. Three Kings Ritual No. of Players: 1 What You Need: An exceptionally, large room—a huge basement, maybe—with no natural light whatsoever, one candle, two mirrors, three chairs and an object from your childhood. © Pexels You place all of the above mentioned items in this large room, switch off all the lights and ensure that no natural light comes in from anywhere at all. Then, as you exit the room, leave the door open. Go to your own room and go to sleep. At exactly 3:30 am, wake up and go back into the room where you've left the items. You sit down on one of the chairs with the candle lit in your hand and wait till it's 3:33am. Now, keep your eyes locked on the darkest part of the room, nowhere else. If done right, at exactly 3:33am, you will feel a presence with you in the room. It is said that the presence will talk to you about your past. Some people even reported lucid dreaming. Warning: Do not leave any windows open, or any inlet for natural light. While doing the ritual, do not—during any moment of the game—let the candle go out. Do not look into the mirror you left there, either; no matter what you do. 3. Ouija Board No. of Players: No limit, starting from 1 What You Need: An Ouija board, a planchette and some candles © YouTube You sit down in a dark room with no disturbance and start the ritual. An Ouija board is one of the oldest known mediums to contact the spirit world. The board has the English alphabet, numerics 0 to 9 and the words ‘Yes' and ‘No' etched on to it. With the help of a planchette, you summon a spirit by placing it on the board. Once the spirit has made contact you ask them questions that pertain to single answers, varying from ‘Yes' or ‘No' and with the help of the alphabet and numbers, they can answer questions you may have for them. Warning: Never ask the spirit for any kind of proof of being real. When you do that, it is said that you are indirectly, giving it permission to enter into your world. Do not blow out the candles during the ritual, or leave the board midway. 4. Hitori Kakurenbo No. Of Players: 1 What You Need: A stuffed doll, rice, something that is part of you (like, a fingernail or a strand of hair), some red thread, a tub of water, salt water, some source of fire. © YouTube The game, finds its roots in ancient Japan and is called one-man hide and seek, in English. The game is about playing hide-and-seek with a spirit-possessed doll. You get yourself a stuffed doll and take out the stuffing from inside and fill it with rice, instead. Add a strand of your hair, or your finger nail to the rise and then, with the red thread, sew up the doll and wrap it up entirely in red thread. Give your doll a name and then, place it in the tub filled with water. Now, turn off all the lights in your house and fill your mouth with salt water. Go and look for the doll where you left it last—in the tub of water. Don't freak out if you don't find it in the tub. That's the point of the game, remember? You need to continue looking for the doll, though till you find it. When you do, pour the salt water from your mouth on it and then, burn the doll. Now, you hide and wait. You will soon feel a presence in the house. Warning: During the game, never once empty your mouth of the salt water; don't forget to burn the doll, completely. And don't forget to hide. 5. The Midnight Game No. Of. Players: 1 or more What You Need: A candle, a piece of paper, a writing implement, matches or a lighter, salt, a wooden door, and at least one drop of your own blood. © Pexels You start by writing your full name—first, middle and last—on the piece of paper. Put a drop of your blood on the paper and let it soak it in completely. Turn off the lights, go to the wooden door and place the paper with your name, in front of it. Light your candle and place it on top of the paper. Knock on the door 22 times and then, close it. The Midnight Man has entered your house. Pick up the candle again, and start wandering around your house. All you need to do is keep running from him, right till it's 3:33am. If the candle goes out, the Midnight Man is near you. Relight it within the next ten seconds. If you fail to do so, immediately enclose yourself within a circle of salt and remain inside it till 3:33am. The idea is not to get caught. Warning: During the game, never turn on the lights, do not use a flashlight, or a torch or any other form of light and whatever you do, do not go to sleep. If you do get caught, it is said that you hallucinate your greatest fears and your organs are ripped out one at a time. 6. Bath Game No. Of Player: 1 What You Need: Bathtub and shampoo © Pexels Another Japanese origin game, called Daruma-San. You turn off all the lights in your house and go to your bathtub, fill it with water and get in, completely naked. Your head should be on the side that is facing the tap. Now, start washing your hair. And as you start washing your hair, you have to keep repeating these exact words: “Daruma-san fell down.” You have to keep repeating these words throughout the hair wash. You'll start to notice a silhouette of a woman take shape in front of the bathtub. She falls on the tap and injures her eye. You don't stop washing your hair, or repeating the words. When you're done washing your hair, just say this, “Why did you fall in the bathtub?” once. Then, you leave and go to sleep and wait for the next morning. You will start to feel a constant presence around you. Remember to stay away from the presence and maintain a distance. It's about being on the run without letting the presence know that you are. When you feel it getting too close to you, turn around suddenly, pretend to slap with your hand say ‘Kitta'! Warning: Do not stop midway, while washing your hair and never stop repeating the words till you're absolutely done washing your hair. Don not leave the bathtub halfway through and don't forget to implement the actions to keep away from the spirit. 7. The Hooded Man No. Of Players: 1 What You Need: Some sage, salt, a source of fire, a cleansing ritual and a phone line for later. © Pexels Before you start playing the game, you cleanse yourself entirely. Then, burn the sage and spread some salt on your front door. When it's night time, you go and call yourself a cab. Once you're in the cab, shut the door and go to sleep. It is said that you will wake up at exactly 3:30am; you look at the time and then, you g back to sleep. When you wake up again, you will see a hooded man at the steering wheel. The road you're on will seem unfamiliar to you, because you're in another dimension. Other passengers may enter the cab and you ignore them. You keep driving around in the unknown world. And when you want to go back, you simply lean over and whisper to the Hooded Man that you have reached your destination. Then, you fall asleep again. When you wake up, you will find yourself in your house. Warning: Do not talk to the passengers who board the cab in the new world. Do not ask where you are, or where you are going. Once you begin the ritual, you have to follow through. Whatever you do, do not panic, or call anyone while you're on your way. 8. Closet Game No. Of Players: 1 What You Need: A closet, A matchbox, one unlit match and a lighter for later. © YouTube Turn off the lights in your house and enter your closet; make sure it's dark. Once you're standing inside the closet, hold up the unlit match and say the following words out loud: “Show me the light or leave in darkness.” The moment you hear someone whispering near you, light the match. Once you light the match, step out of your closet while making sure that the match doesn't go out. Warning: Do not fail to light the match, do not look around for the voices and whisperings. Just light the match at that very instant and step out of the closet. And afterwards, be careful about opening and taking things out of your closet as it is said that the demon you summon haunts the closet, ever since. While these are games, we do not personally know how many of these consequences are actually true. However, you would do well to just pay heed because prevention is always better than cure. Also, if you have a feeling you cannot follow through, never begin these games. At the end, these games are not for the weakhearted and you should try at your own risk. If any of you have ever played any of these, or other such games, we would love to hear from you. Be careful and stay safe.
  5. A bomb disposal squad is deployed after Belgian police shot at a vehicle in the Brussels district of Molenbeek after the driver of the vehicle claimed to have explosives on board, Belgian broadcaster VRT reported on Tuesday. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir BRUSSELS: A Belgian bomb squad found no explosives after a man who claimed to be carrying a bomb in his car was stopped by police, Brussels prosecutors said on Tuesday, adding there was no evidence he was plotting an attack. The bomb scare was in the district of Molenbeek, a poor area with a large Moroccan Muslim population that was home to the Daesh members who attacked Paris in November 2015. "It's a mentally unstable person," a spokeswoman for prosecutors Ine van Wymersch told Reuters. "The military did not find any explosive in his vehicle." She said that the suspect was from Rwanda and was not known to have a police record. He was detained after leading police on a chase, speeding through a red light, until they fired a shot at the wheels of the car to slow him. "When the police arrested him, he claimed to have explosives so not to take any risk, the army has been called in to check," van Wymersch said. Police cordoned off the area and Reuters witnesses on the scene heard two controlled explosions.
  6. Ronnie Wood performs with the band during a concert on their 'Latin America Ole Tour' in Santiago, Chile February 3, 2016. PHOTO: Reuters LONDON: Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood revealed Sunday that he underwent emergency surgery earlier this year after a cancerous lesion was found on his lung. "I´ve had a fight with a touch of lung cancer," the 70-year-old told the Mail on Sunday´s Event magazine. "There was a week when everything hung in the balance and it could have been curtains -- time to say goodbye." Wood described going for a check-up with the doctor in May, a routine event before the band went on tour. "And then he came back with the news that I had this supernova burning away on my left lung," he said. He spent a week waiting for tests to see if the cancer had spread, determined that he would not have chemotherapy for fear of going bald. "This hair wasn´t going anywhere," he said. When the news came in that it had not spread, he had emergency surgery to remove part of his lung. "I´m OK now. But I´m going to have a check-up every three months. They caught it early," he said. He added: "I was bloody lucky but then I´ve always had a very strong guardian angel looking out for me. By rights I shouldn´t be here." Wood gave up smoking shortly before the birth in May last year of his twin girls with wife Sally, and no longer drinks alcohol or takes drugs. But for decades he lived a rock´n´roll lifestyle, along with fellow Stones hellraiser Keith Richards. "I had this thought at the back of my mind after I gave up smoking a year ago: ´How can I have got through 50 years of chain-smoking -- and all the rest of my bad habits -- without something going on in there?´," he told the paper. When he received the diagnosis, "to be totally honest, I wasn´t surprised". Wood, who joined the Stones in 1975, is the youngest member of the iconic four-piece British rock band. He gave the interview to mark a new book of his paintings and sketches, entitled "Ronnie Wood: Artist".
  7. Farmers throw eggs at a poultry farm in Onstwedde, Netherlands, on August 3, 2017, after the Dutch Food and Welfare Authority (NVWA) highlighted the contamination of eggs by fipronil, a toxic insecticide outlawed from use in the production of food. ANP/AFP/Patrick Huisman BERLIN: Discount supermarket giant Aldi said Friday it was pulling all Dutch eggs from its shelves in Germany over an insecticide scandal that has spread to food stores across Europe. Aldi said it was making the move "purely as a precaution" but acknowledged it could lead to "market shortages" for eggs in Europe's top economy. Authorities in Belgium, Switzerland, and Sweden also said they were tracking shipments and removing eggs, as the impact of the affair widened. Aldi pulled all of the Dutch eggs after it emerged that at least three million tainted with a toxic insecticide had made their way to Germany and been sold. However, Christian Meyer of Lower Saxony ? a regional agriculture minister ? told ZDF public television Friday that it was now believed 10 million contaminated eggs might have reached Germany. Authorities suspect the substance, fipronil, was introduced to poultry farms by a Dutch business named Chickfriend that was brought in to treat red lice ? a nasty parasite in chickens. In large quantities, the insecticide is considered "moderately hazardous" according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and can be dangerous to people's kidneys, liver, and thyroid glands. In Belgium, the Colruyt supermarket said it had removed eggs from two suppliers in July, whose farms were suspected by safety monitors of being contaminated with insecticide. The country's food safety agency (AFSCA) said they had seized eggs before they reached the shelves and deployed "field agents to verify that the necessary measures at the farms are applied". 'Public health at stake' Dutch and Belgian media reports that the substance containing the insecticide was supplied to Chickfriend by a Belgian firm have not been confirmed. However, AFSCA said a criminal probe, in cooperation with prosecutors, had been launched. Eggs were also withdrawn by supermarkets in Switzerland, but the authorities who approved the recall urged people not to panic. "The quantities observed so far do not endanger the health of consumers," said the Swiss Food Safety Authority (OSAV). Sweden's food safety agency said one batch of contaminated eggs had been delivered to a small wholesaler. The European Commission is following the case very closely, as issues of public health are at stake, said spokeswoman Anna-Kaisa Itkonen. With losses expected to run into millions of euros (dollars), it is another blow for Dutch poultry farmers after 190,000 ducks were culled in November amid a highly infectious strain of bird flu. Marieke van der Molen, the spokesperson for the Dutch public prosecutor's office, said a criminal investigation had been opened to determine the source of the contamination. Belgium's federal food chain security agency (AFSCA) has also launched a criminal probe in cooperation with prosecutors.
  8. Andy Murray reacts during the match/AFP LONDON: Andy Murray survived a scare at Wimbledon on Friday but eventually overcame volatile Italian Fabio Fognini in four sets with a dramatic surge to dig himself out of trouble. The British defending champion triumphed 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 on Centre Court, winning five consecutive games in the fourth set and saving five set points to book himself a spot in the fourth round. Murray struggled to find his rhythm throughout the match or read what was his third unpredictable opponent in a row after Alexander Bublik and Dustin Brown. The world number one faces France´s unseeded Benoit Paire on Monday for a place in the quarter-finals. "I served it out really well to finish. But it was a very up and down match. I didn´t feel like it was the best tennis at times. It was a little bit tense but I managed to get through," Murray said. "It´s obviously difficult when you´re playing a guy who has all of the shots like him. He generates power with very short swings. It´s difficult to see when he´s going to hit the ball big. He was taking me out of my rhythm. "It was also getting dark towards the end. We would probably had to have come off and closed the roof had I lost that fourth set so you´re thinking a little bit about that as well, a change of conditions and a 20-minute break to think about things before playing a fifth set. So obviously pleased to get off in four." Murray had been struggling with a hip problem before Wimbledon but insisted it had not flared up and hampered him during his third round match with 28th seed Fognini. "I feel ok. I didn´t feel like I moved as well as I did in the first couple of matches but I´ve got a couple of days´ break now where I can work on that and hopefully get myself in a good rhythm over the weekend and come out and play some good tennis on Monday," he said. "I´m happy to get through the first week and anything can happen from now." Fognini was docked a point for obscene behaviour. After losing a point, Fognini responded by sucking on his finger. It was deemed an obscene gesture by umpire Damien Dumusois and, having already been warned for abuse of his racket, Fognini was docked a point and lost the game. Fognini, one of the more combustible players on the tour, already owns the record for the biggest single fine in Wimbledon history after being penalised $27,500 in 2014. "He won. That´s sport. But it´s OK," said Fognini. "Right now I don´t feel really happy but I´m really happy about my performance, my tennis." Federer and Djokovic take centre stage Roger Federer celebrates winning the second round match against Serbia?s Dusan Lajovic/Reuters Centre Court fans at Wimbledon will be hoping to see a bit more of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on Saturday when they play back-to-back third round matches. The last time Djokovic and Federer played successive matches on tennis´ most famous stage, fans were left short changed as both of their first-round opponents quit midway through the second set with injuries. Latvia´s Ernests Gulbis, once a top 10 player but now ranked 589th, and Germany´s Mischa Zverev are unlikely to disappear quite as easily however, and are likely to pose the first real tests to Djokovic and seven-times champion Federer. Women´s top seed Angelique Kerber has been finding her grasscourt feet following her struggles in the first half of the season and will be hoping to continue her resurgence against American Shelby Rogers. Agnieszka Radwanska, runner-up here in 2012, will open Centre Court proceedings against Swiss Timea Bacsinszky. Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will be back to complete the fifth set of his encounter against Djokovic´s 2016 conqueror Sam Querrey. With additional input from Reuters
  9. Paris's biggest airport Charles de Gaulle was evacuated due to security fears (Image courtesy: Daily Star UK) ROISSY-CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT: At least 2,000 people were evacuated from Paris's main airport on Saturday and eight flights cancelled after an individual went into a "restricted area" without going through security controls, airport sources said. "We had to evacuate to 'decontaminate' the zone, meaning check to make sure no object had been left," said one of the sources. The evacuations were from a zone in terminal 2F at the Charles de Gaulle airport that passengers access after passing through security and before boarding, a second source said. "Police searched the terminal from top to bottom and found no suspicious object," the source added. The incident also led to about 20 flights being delayed. Charles de Gaulle airport is Europe's second-biggest airport, with some 180,000 passengers transiting through one of its eight terminals each day. France remains under a state of emergency following a wave of militant assaults over the past 18 months that has left more than 230 people dead since 2015.
  10. TURIN: More than 1,500 people were injured, three seriously, after a bomb scare triggered a stampede among Juventus fans watching the Champions League final in Turin, local authorities said Sunday. In an update on Saturday's dramatic events in a square packed with supporters watching the Cardiff match on a giant screen, the local prefecture said 1,527 had been treated for mainly minor injuries. Three people were in a serious condition, including a young boy of Chinese origin who was crushed after tripping as he tried to run. "We were buried under bodies," his sister told reporters outside the hospital where he was reported to be in a coma with chest injuries. AFP reporters who witnessed the scenes said the panic seemed to have been triggered by fireworks, followed by one or more people shouting that a bomb had exploded -- a notion that quickly filtered through the crowd. The incident compounded a miserable night for fans of Turin-based Juventus, who lost the final 4-1 to Real Madrid. It also underlined the impact recent acts of terror are having on a jittery public across Europe, and the dilemmas now faced by organisers of any mass gathering of people following the Bataclan, Paris and Manchester concert attacks. "This is a city that lives with anxiety and panic is something that is very difficult to control," said Turin Prefect Renato Saccone. Beer bottles The scare in Turin came just minutes before another deadly attack unfolded in London with assailants driving a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and then going on a stabbing spree before being shot dead by police. "Even if there have been no Islamist attacks in Italy, the panic of last night shows they are achieving their objectives even here," said Roberto Calderoli, a Senator for the Northern League. Several thousand fans had turned up to watch the match in the Piazza San Carlo in downtown Turin. As fear took hold, a rush towards exit points quickly accelerated and the square emptied so quickly it was left strewn with hundreds of shoes ripped off people's feet as they ran. The square was still dotted with shoes, clothes, bags and patches of blood on Sunday morning. The high number of cuts was blamed on beer in glass bottles having been freely available before and during the match from unlicensed vendors. "We heard a noise, then there was a movement of people like a wave and everyone started falling over each other," said Luca, one of the fans caught up in the drama. "I have got blood on me from the people who fell on top of me, people were screaming, jumping over each other," he told AFPTV. "It was really awful - we really thought it was Manchester again." Heysel memories Some of the injuries occurred after a railing around the entrance to an underground car park beneath the square gave way under the weight of the crush, causing some of those injured to fall up to two metres (nearly seven feet) onto tarmac. Local media cited older Juventus supporters present as saying the panic had evoked painful memories of the 1985 Heysel disaster, in which 39 mostly Italian fans died when they were crushed by a collapsing wall before the start of that year's European Cup final, against Liverpool. Another fan, Giulio, said he had been knocked to the ground. "Everyone just trampled over me. I got separated from all my friends. I don't have the slightest idea what happened." Fellow supporter Filippo took refuge in a restaurant in a neighbouring square. "They gave us something to drink and we stayed there until it was calm outside and we went back to find the shoe my daughter had lost." "It was very stressful," added Gaetan. "With everything that is going on nowadays, it's only to be expected. We just panicked and tried to get out of there."