• At least 20 hurt in blast outside Istanbul soccer stadium
  • 15 dead and 69 wounded in twin bomb attack near Istanbul stadium
  • Man With Bionic Penis Gets A TON Of Sex Offers Now  Find Out Why He’s Turning Them All Down!
  • EA Sports turns teen who survived brain cancer into an all-star in FIFA ’17
  • Two Teenage Girls Killed In Fiery Car Crash While Streaming Themselves On Facebook Live

At least 20 hurt in blast outside Istanbul soccer stadium

Police arrive at site of a suspected car bomb attack in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday. (Reuters) A suspected car bomb exploded outside a soccer stadium in central Istanbul Saturday, wounding at least 20 people in what officials say was a terrorist attack. The blast and another one were heard hours after the end of a match between two of Turkey’s top teams, Reuters reported, quoting Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu. At least…

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15 dead and 69 wounded in twin bomb attack near Istanbul stadium

Police arrive at the site of a car bombing attack in Istanbul, Turkey  (Reuters) In photographs on social media, smoke was seen rising from behind the newly built Vodafone Arena Stadium, known as Besiktas Stadium, after the local team and neighborhood. At least 20 people wounded by an explosion outside a football stadium in #Istanbul – Turkish interior minister says https://t.co/qNoFuHdMw3 — Sky News (@SkyNews) December 10, 2016 The first…

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Man With Bionic Penis Gets A TON Of Sex Offers Now Find Out Why He’s Turning Them All Down!

It turns out plenty of women are dying to find out what it’s like to have sex with a man with a bionic penis! Mohammed Abad But while Mohammed’s penis is fully functioning, he tragically learned that his sperm is not viable back in July. He and his wife split in 2013, before the man-made organ was completely operational. However, it’s possible there’s another wedding on the way for Mohammed,…

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Two Teenage Girls Killed In Fiery Car Crash While Streaming Themselves On Facebook Live

Two teenage girls were streaming themselves on Facebook as they drove down a Pennsylvania highway just before being killed in a fiery car crash. According to reports, 18-year-old Brooke Hughes (above, left) was broadcasting a live video on Facebook while driving very slowly in the right lane on Interstate 380 around midnight on Tuesday. In the video, 19-year-old passenger Chaniya Morrison-Toomey (above, right) can be heard asking, “Are you going…

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Conan OBrien Meets Refugees and Uses Comedy as Diplomacy in Berlin

In his latest international special, Conan OBrien puts a human face on Middle Eastern refugees in Berlin. Plus, watch an exclusive clip of his lunch with German comedian Flula Borg.”> At some point next year, Conan OBrien is hoping to take his TBS late-night show on the road to Middle America in an effort to bridge the gap between coastal elites like him and the voters who helped elect Donald…

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Russian doping report alleges ‘institutional conspiracy’

(CNN)The Russian state conspired with athletes and sporting officials to undertake a doping program that was unprecedented in its scale and ambition, according to a report commissioned for the World Anti-Doping Agency. A “systematic and centralized cover-up” benefited more than 1,000 Russian athletes across 30 sports, said Canadian law professor Richard McLaren in an update to a report first published in July. McLaren alleged an “institutional conspiracy” among officials within…

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These #TextFail Tweets Are All Way Too Familiar

Autocorrect is like Regina George from “Mean Girls.” It’s a life ruiner. It ruins people’s lives. Texting language is already bad enough. What does it all mean? Idk. But if you haven’t accidentally texted “moo” when you were trying to say “noo,” consider yourself lucky. For everyone else, these responses to Jimmy Fallon’s latest hashtag game may feel a little too familiar:  For everyone who’s wondering, we checked. “Football playing spider” doesn’t…

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Chapecoense named Copa Sudamericana champions after devastating plane crash

Chapecoense fans mourn at a memorial event in Chapeco, Brazil, on Sunday. Image: Suamy Beydoun/AGIF (via AP South American soccer’s governing body awarded Brazilian club Chapecoense the Copa Sudamericana title one week after a tragic plane crash killed 19 members of the team while en route to play the tournament final. In a statement released Monday, CONMEBOL called awarding the title to Chapacoense “a posthumous homage to the victims of…

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Russian politicians want FIFA 17 game investigated for ‘gay propaganda’

FIFA 17’s rainbow kit was released to support LGBTQ inclusivity. Image: ea sports A new in-game rainbow uniform supporting LGBTQ people has been on the receiving end of homophobia and construed as “gay propaganda” in Russia. The colourful kit was provided to players of popular soccer video game FIFA 17 until Nov. 28, as part of the game’s online “Ultimate Team” component. SEE ALSO: This is what it looks like…

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This new photo shows just how far a satellite company has come

WorldView-4’s first public image. Image: Image courtesy DigitalGlobe 2016 A brand new satellite orbiting hundreds of miles above Earth’s surface has just opened its eyes. DigitalGlobe released the first public photo taken by the company’s Earth-gazing WorldView-4 satellite, and it’s a beauty. The new image, taken on Nov. 26 and unveiled last week, shows Tokyo, Japan’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium, one of the sites of the 1964 Olympics. SEE ALSO: The…

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‘Rocket League’ now allows users to easily share custom levels

Image: Psyonix The only thing better than playing soccer with rocket-powered cars is doing it in outer space. Rocket League‘s Wednesday update, dubbed Starbase ARC, introduces a handful of cool new features: a free space-themed arena, a DLC space-themed car, new items (both holiday-themed and not), arena preferences for matchmaking, a custom level uploader, customizable training, some redesigns for older content and color blind accessibility. SEE ALSO: 15 amazing ‘Rocket…

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8 Things People Who’ve Been In Open Marriages Wish You Understood

Open marriages and other types of “monogam-ish” relationships are still considered taboo by many. But for couples with a strong foundation built on love, trust and communication and a mutual desire to open the marriage, it can be a positive experience.  Below, men and women who have been part of an open marriage clear up some of the widely held assumptions that are just plain wrong.  MYTH: They don’t take their marriage seriously. …

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Your Google Maps Images Are About To Get A Whole Lot Better Thanks To This Satellite

A new satellite has returned a stunningly detailed image of the ground on Earth, showcasing what we can expect from online map services in the future. The image was taken by DigitalGlobes WorldView-4 satellite, which launched on November 11 on an Atlas V rocket. The company uses its fleet of satellites to provide images to customers such as Google Maps. Taken on November 26, the image shows the Yoyogi National…

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David Beckhams New Tattoos Are Hard to Look atbut Too Powerful Ignore

The heartbreaking meaning behind David Beckhams latest tattoos will mark you forever. David Beckham is well-known for his head-to-toe trademark ink. But now he’s using his body as a canvas to project a powerful message to the world about the horrors of child abuse. In partnership withUnicef, Beckham recently starred in a one-minute video that vividly portrays the pains of violence against children. As hisanimated tattoos come to life, it’s…

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Footballer scores world’s sneakiest ever penalty

LONDON Penalty trick shots are not for the faint hearted. If you can pull it off, you’ll look like a total badass. If you miss, you’ll be the laughing stock of the football pitch. SEE ALSO: Seagull chooses the exact wrong moment to invade football match During a charity match between Swansea City’s All Stars and Briton Ferry Llansawel’s over 35s, former professional footballer Lee Trundle did not miss. Here…

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Head of Chapecoense crash airline detained

(CNN)The head of LaMia Airlines — the charter carrier that was transporting Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense before their plane crashed in Colombia last week — has been apprehended by authorities, according to a Bolivian state media report. The team was on its way to play in the first leg of the Copa Sudamerica finals before the flight went down. More than 70 people were killed. CNN has attempted to reach…

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Longing for the carefree parenting style of yesterday?

(CNN)When Betty Draper of “Mad Men” lit a cigarette on her son’s school bus during a class trip, I cracked up. After all, the prospect of a modern mom smoking around her child’s classmates is about as likely as teens giving up their smartphones. Motherhood has changed a lot since I grew up in the 1960s. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and…

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CNN Student News – December 8, 2016

December 8, 2016 A deadly earthquake in Indonesia, a look at the Pacific Ring of Fire, and a comparison between a historic and a potential “Cold War”: These are the first stories we’re covering this Thursday. Other topics include the ongoing fight against the Zika virus and a soccer training device like no other. On this page you will find today’s show Transcript and a place for you to request…

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Marine Spots Stray Dog In Afghanistan And Risks Everything To Bring Him Back To America

Craig Grossi arrived in Sangin, Afghanistan, under cover of night back in 2009. As part of an elite team of Marines, he wasn’t exactly there to make friends, but it turns out that was exactly what he’d end up doing. For the first few days he was there, Grossi and his team fought off Taliban forces. They were in a remote area where American forces hadn’t been in years, and…

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Data hack puts tax affairs of Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo under scrutiny

(CNN)First came Wikileaks, then the NSA data hack, and now a series of “football leaks” has thrown the tax arrangements of two of soccer’s biggest personalities under scrutiny. The alleged tax avoidance schemes of Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo and the Spanish’s club former coach Jose Mourinho, who is now manager of Manchester United, have been leaked to a number of European media outlets, including Britain’s Sunday Times, German weekly…

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Ex-QPR employee Chris Gieler named in abuse inquiry – BBC News

Child sex abuse claims: The story so far The club’s announcement came as the Football Association announced that the internal review into child sexual abuse allegations in football would be led by Clive Sheldon QC. A total of 450 people have alleged they are victims and 55 amateur and professional football clubs are linked to allegations of abuse going back several decades. The Police Service of Northern Ireland has become…

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Xabi Alonso: Secret to Bundesliga success is ‘good, young coaches’

(CNN)He has played under a veritable who’s who of world soccer’s top managers, so Xabi Alonso is a decent judge. And the Bayern Munich midfielder believes the Bundesliga is breeding a new generation of talented and hungry coaches to rival England’s Premier League and Spain’s La Liga. El Clasico: ‘100,000 people whistling’ “It’s not going to be my speed, it’s not going to be my dribbling, it’s not going to…

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Boy’s death after unknowingly eating nut in cake leads family to start foundation

 (Courtesy Red Sneakers for Oakley Facebook) A Florida family is raising awareness of the potentially life-threatening symptoms of food allergies following the sudden death of their 11-year-old son, who lost his life in November after unknowingly ingesting a walnut in a piece of a cake. The boys mother, Merrill Debbs, told Fox 4 Now that her son Oakley had always been cautious to avoid nut exposure at school and home….

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