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Virginia murders show ugly side of autoplay
Many Twitter and Facebook users unwillingly witnessed the horrifying murder of two journalists today as a result of the sites' autoplay video functionality.
[CNN Money]

Ashley Madison hack: police say suicides may be linked to leak – video
Toronto police say at least two suicides may be linked to the hacking of infidelity website Ashley Madison which exposed exposed tens of millions of people’s personal information. Bryce Evans, acting staff superintendent, says the reports are still unconfirmed but possibly associated with the (...)
[The Guardian]

Flash is dying a death by 1,000 cuts, and that's a good thing
The end of Adobe’s video carrier is nigh as Amazon marks the first of the big-name advertisers to block Flash ads, while Google’s Chrome will ‘intelligently pause’ them Adobe’s Flash, hated the world over for slowing down computers, containing more holes in security than swiss cheese and stubbornly (...)
[The Guardian]

VIDEO: Man films Shoreham jet crash from A27
New video footage of the Shoreham air crash, shows a vintage Hawker Hunter jet coming down on the A27 road, it is thought killing 11 people.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: UK embassy in Iran reopens
The UK has reopened its embassy in the Iranian capital, Tehran, nearly four years after it was closed.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: Eleven people 'likely died' in air tragedy
Police say it is "highly likely" 11 people have been killed in the Shoreham air crash on Saturday.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: 'Mosques should have message of peace'
The leader of the Muslim Ahmadiyya community has called for the authorities in the UK to monitor what happens in mosques to help counter radicalisation.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: Vicar: 'We must respond as a community'
A memorial service has been held in Shoreham to remember the victims of the jet crash.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: The highs and lows of BBC weather forecasts
As the Met Office loses the contract to provide data for the BBC it has held since 1922, we look back at the art of delivering the weather forecast.
[BBC News UK]

Police fear Bangkok bombing suspect may have fled
BANGKOK (AP) " Despite new surveillance video that may offer a possible clue to the bombing in central Bangkok that killed 20 people, Thai police said Sunday that the perpetrators may have already fled the country, and that they (...)
[ - world]

VIDEO: Eyewitnesses recall Shoreham air crash
Eyewitnesses give their account of events at the Shoreham Air Show, where a Cold War-era fighter jet crashed, killing seven people.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: UK beauty therapist wins gold in Brazil
Some of the UK's brightest young talents have been celebrating medal success on a global stage in Brazil.
[BBC News UK]

VIDEO: Migrants overpower Macedonia police
Macedonia defends its handling of security at the country's border with Greece, where migrants were beaten back with truncheons and riot shields.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: 'I'm probably going to die, so let's go'
Briton Chris Norman, one of four men who tackled a gunman on a train in France, describes the event.
[BBC News Europe]

VIDEO: Bikers stage WW2 spectacular in Crimea
A group of bikers have staged a spectacular show, re-creating parts of World War Two, in Sevastopol on the Crimean peninsula.
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