Refugee in Germany dies while trying to burn his wife alive (AFP)

Refugee in Germany dies while trying to burn his wife alive (AFP)

AFPon September 1, 2016, 11:00 pm Berlin (AFP) – A refugee in a German shelter died Thursday while trying to set his wife on fire, leaving the woman seriously injured and part of the building ablaze, police said. The 45-year-old man, whose nationality was not given, was previously known to police, said authorities in Ruedesheim on the Rhine river in the central state of Hesse. The woman, who had previously separated from her husband, was taken to hospital by helicopter, police said. Two other people were injured in the fire…

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Three Men and a Little Lady’s Mary is all grown up

Three Men and a Little Lady’s Mary is all grown up

SHE was the adorable five-year-old that captured viewers hearts in 90s classic Three Men and Little Lady. But what is child actress Robin Weisman up to these days? She made her screen debut in the sequel to 1987 box office hit Three Men and a Baby, starring alongside actors Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg Ted Danson. Three men and a Little Lady Weisman also appeared in three episodes of action-adventure TV series Thunder in Paradise with Hulk Hogan in 1994 and a television movie called Keys. But she hung up her…

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Morning markets: US shares flat as oil prices weigh

Morning markets: US shares flat as oil prices weigh

Updated September 02, 2016 08:37:46 Photo: US shares were flat or modestly higher as energy companies slipped. (Chip East, file photo: Reuters) Related Story: Australian shares slip on retail sales, capex It was a flat finish on Wall Street overnight, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains. Markets at 8:25am (AEST): ASX SPI 200 futures -0.2pc to 5,394 AUD: 75.5 US cents, 56.9 British pence, 78 Japanese yen, 67.5 euro cents, $NZ1.036 US: Dow Jones +0.1pc to 18,419, S&P 500 flat at 2,171, Nasdaq…

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Socceroos v Iraq: Ange Postecoglou always confident goals would come in World Cup qualifier

Socceroos v Iraq: Ange Postecoglou always confident goals would come in World Cup qualifier

Australia made all the running, huffed and puffed but failed to break down a stubborn Iraqi resistance at half-time in their opening World Cup qualifier in Perth. But coach Ange Postecoglou was hardly concerned, so confident was he that the Middle Eastern team would run out of stamina as they tried to defend against constant Australian pressure. Previous slideNext slide Australia see off testing Iraq Brisbane’s massive defensive set Brisbane fight back against Roosters Cooper wants Reds back on top The South American football experience Duckworth out after testing Tsonga…

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