The leaks of hacked personal photos keep on coming but seem to be on their last legs, as the latest collection is comprised of mostly models and people you haven’t heard of.
The biggest victims seem to be The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev, with 147 personal images (all fully-clothed) of the actress leaking online
Creepy photographs taken by Anatoly Moskvin shows the bodies, including three-year-olds he exhumed after visting more than 700 cemeteries, sitting around his house in bizarre costumes.
Billy Idol has released his first new album in a decade. To celebrate the release of ‘Kings & Queens of the Underground’ the White Wedding singer premieres the music video for his single ‘Can’t Break Me Down’.
A Florida man shot and killed a 400-pound (180-kg) black bear after it broke into his house two nights in a row to get to a bag of dog food, a state wildlife officer said on Friday.
Victor Peters, 64, said he was forced to shoot at the 500-pound black bear when it got into his home. The bear broke in earlier that day and trashed Peters’ front porch.
U.S. officials returned two stolen, colonial-era paintings to the government of Peru on Wednesday in a repatriation ceremony at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Homeland Security agents prepare to pack a stolen colonial-era painting being returned to the government of Peru in this undated handout photo provided by Homeland Security in San Antonio Texas.
CREDIT: REUTERS/HOMELAND SECURITY/HANDOUT VIA REUTERS
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a “unilateral diktat” on the rest of the world and shifted blame for the Ukraine crisis onto the West.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, October 24, 2014.
CREDIT: REUTERS/MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/RIA NOVOSTI/KREMLIN
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides a takeoff and landing drill on a highway-airfield conducted by fighter pilots of Korean People’s Army (KPA) Air and Anti-Air Force Units 1017 and 458 in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang October 19, 2014.
CREDIT: REUTERS/KCNAATTENTION EDITORS
As researchers from Africa to China to America race to develop vaccines and treatments to fight Ebola, health experts are grappling with the economics of a disease that until this year had been off the drug industry’s radar.
Scientists at the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg, Manitoba, prepare an experimental Ebola vaccine for shipment to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva in this undated handout picture released October 18, 2014.
CREDIT: REUTERS/PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA/HANDOUT
They lived on a remote dot of land in the middle of the Pacific, 2,300 miles (3,700 km) west of South America and 1,100 miles (1,770 km) from the closest island, erecting huge stone figures that still stare enigmatically from the hillsides.
A view of “Moai” statues in Ahu Akivi, on Easter Island, 4,000 km (2486 miles) west of Santiago, in this photo taken October 31, 2003.
Greece’s radical leftist Syriza party would beat Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’s conservatives if an election were held now but its lead has slipped from last month, an opinion poll showed on Saturday.
Greece’s main opposition Syriza party leader Alexis Tsipras addresses lawmakers before a confidence vote for the country’s coalition government in Athens October 10, 2014.
The euro rose on Friday ahead of an official report on the health of the euro zone’s main banks as investors continued a trend of covering their short-positions leading to buying of the currency against the U.S. dollar.
A huge euro logo is pictured next to the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) before the bank’s monthly news conference in Frankfurt
CREDIT: REUTERS/RALPH ORLOWSKI
A 26-year-old Iranian woman convicted of murdering a man she accused of trying to rape her as a teenager was hanged on Saturday, the official news agency IRNA said, despite international pleas for her life to be spared.
Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was sentenced to death for the 2007 killing of Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi, a former employee of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security.
Demonstrators from across Italy filled the streets of Rome on Saturday to protest against labor market reforms which the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has made a cornerstone of its policy.
Workers march in front of the Colosseum during a protest in Rome .
Canada vowed on Friday to toughen laws against terrorism in ways that critics say may curtail civil liberties as a country that prides itself on its openness mourned the second soldier this week killed by homegrown radicals.
A medical worker quarantined in New Jersey on her return from treating Ebola victims in West Africa was being evaluated in a hospital isolation ward on Saturday after new contagion-control safeguards were imposed for America’s biggest urban center.
A woman reads alert on Ebola inside the Bellevue Hospital where Dr. Craig Spencer is being treated for Ebola symptoms in New York October 23, 2014.
CREDIT: REUTERS/EDUARDO MUNOZ
Two California sheriff’s deputies were killed and two others were wounded in a shooting spree that started in a motel parking lot in Sacramento on Friday, authorities said.
Two attacks in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula killed at least 28 security personnel on Friday, security sources said, in some of the worst violence against the state since Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was overthrown last year.
“The return to normality has already begun,” Prime Minister Antonis Samaras stated in Brussels on Friday, shortly after the end of a summit for the leaders of Eurozone countries.
He said that negotiations were continuing on all levels and that nothing was concluded yet.
The Greek health ministry announced on Friday a more detailed plan to deal with a possible Ebola infection in Greece.
Aegean on Friday announced that direct flights from Athens to Cairo will be resumed after a three-year interruption next Sunday.