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TigerWoods had enjoyed more than 120 affairs


Naked Tiger Woods pictures


In China, it has been the year of the tiger. And 2010 was no different on this side of the world, as the golf star hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

The full extent of Tiger Woods’s infidelity was revealed after a car crash at the end of last year.

It was later claimed he had enjoyed more than 120 affairs, as woman after woman came forward with X-rated texts and tales.

The sportsman carted himself off to sex rehab before his wife walked out on him in August – with a reported £38million in her pocket.

While Tiger was the most prolific cheat of the year, the biggest split on this side of the Atlantic belonged to Cheryl and Ashley Cole.

The X Factor star finally pulled the plug when the Chelsea player featured in some incriminating sex text pics.

The game was up when five women came forward to reveal they’d had a little bit of Ashley.

The Girls Aloud star fled to the US and put the divorce papers in the post. Joining Cole in the sin bin was his club captain, John Terry, after a court injunction was lifted to reveal claims the married England skipper had slept with team-mate Wayne Bridge’s ex, Vanessa Perroncel, who denied the affair.

Wayne Rooney was the next big name to fall, when it was alleged the Manchester United striker cheated on wife Coleen with two prostitutes while she was pregnant with their son.

And a third England striker tripped up in the summer, after it was revealed Peter Crouch had done the dirty on Abigail Clancy with an £800 prostitute in Madrid.

But it wasn’t just randy footballers caught with their pants down. Doe-eyed Take That singer Mark Owen confessed to enjoying ten affairs and being an alcoholic.

He checked in to rehab in March and was taken back by his wife, Emma Ferguson, despite a lengthy fling with charity worker Neva Hanley.

Pop rivals Boyzone were also hit. Squeakyclean Ronan Keating turned out to be a rat when doting wife Yvonne unearthed an affair with dancer Francine Cornell.

After a string of grovelling public apologies, it looks like Keating might just save his 12- year marriage.

Another ‘clean-cut’ husband in the doghouse was Family Fortunes host Vernon Kay, who admitted sending filthy messages to a string of women behind Strictly host Tess Daly’s back.

Sex texts also landed comedian Jason Manford in trouble. The presenter’s new job on The One Show ended after he admitting getting ‘a bit saucy’ with some girls on Twitter and Skype while his wife was expecting their baby.

Back in Hollywood, and Sandra Bullock was rocked when her hubby, Jesse James, was exposed for sleeping with tattooed vixen Michelle ‘Bombshell’ McGee in his bike shed.

The bad news came hours after Bullock celebrated her first Oscar win in March.

And it wasn’t just the fellas who couldn’t control themselves, as Liz Hurley was busted enjoying a 48-hour dirty weekend with cricket great – and notorious ladies’ man – Shane Warne.

Assange signs book deals worth over £1m


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he is reluctantly writing his autobiography becasue he has to defend himself.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he is reluctantly writing his autobiography becasue he has to defend himself



(FT)-Julian Assange has signed book deals worth more than £1m in the US and UK, to allow the WikiLeaks founder to cover his legal fees and maintain the whistleblowing site.

He will be racing a disgruntled former colleague to release an autobiography telling his side of the WikiLeaks story. Both books are to be published by divisions of Random House next year.

Mr. Assange is fighting allegations of sexual assault in Sweden while trying to continue the gradual release of thousands of US diplomatic cables through WikiLeaks.

Released on bail by the British high court in mid-December, he spent Christmas wearing a tracking tag, confined to a friend's mansion home in East Anglia.

The U.S. administration, which has been angered and embarrassed by successive leaks of its foreign-policy secrets through WikiLeaks, is believed to be exploring ways to prosecute Mr Assange.

The controversy did not dissuade readers of Time magazine voting Mr. Assange their "person of the year" for his campaign for freedom of information and radical transparency from governments.

He has agreed an $800,000 (£520,000) contract with Knopf, a US imprint of Random House, the Bertelsmann-owned publisher, and another £325,000 deal for the UK with Canongate, an independent publishing house based in Edinburgh.

But although the deals are expected to net Mr. Assange more than £1.1m ($1.7m) after the book is sold in other countries and serialised in newspapers around the world, Mr. Assange said he had agreed to write his autobiography only reluctantly.

"I don't want to write this book, but I have to," he told the Sunday Times. "I have already spent £200,000 for legal costs and I need to defend myself and to keep WikiLeaks afloat."

Mr. Assange did not describe how he would divide the proceeds from his autobiography between his own personal legal costs and the operational funds required by WikiLeaks, which he has described as a large and distributed organisation that is not solely reliant on him.

WikiLeaks' operational costs have more than tripled since it drew up budgeting plans at the beginning of the year, due to the increased scope of information it has reviewed and published. Before "cablegate", it released huge amounts of files about the Iraqi and Afghan wars.

The whistleblowing site relies largely on donations from individuals, but had its fund-raising channels curtailed after several U.S. financial services firms stopped processing payments to its account.

Bank of America, MasterCard, Visa and PayPal have all stopped directing funds to WikiLeaks in recent weeks. They deny Mr. Assange's accusations that the actions were politically motivated. Mr. Assange's Swiss bank has also frozen his account.

Last week, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, a former WikiLeaks spokesman, announced he would publish a tell-all book next year about his time with the site.

Crown Publishing, another division of Random House, will release "Inside Wikileaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website" in 14 countries in February.

The author, who called himself Daniel Schmitt when he worked at WikiLeaks, fell out with Mr. Assange over the running and strategic priorities of the site.

He has said that the allegations of Mr. Assange's sexual misconduct would be better handled privately and have become a burden to WikiLeaks.

Pakistani officials: Latest suspected drone attack kills 10


A file photograph of a U.S. Predator drone -- six militants were killed by a suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan.
A file photograph of a U.S. Predator drone -- six militants were killed by a suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan.


Peshawar, Pakistan (CNN) -- Two suspected U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal region Tuesday killed 10 alleged militants, intelligence officials said.

Based on a CNN count, Tuesday's strikes raises the number of such attacks to 110 this year, compared with 52 in all of 2009.

The first strike occurred in North Waziristan, one of seven districts in Pakistan's volatile tribal region bordering Afghanistan, where unmanned aircraft missiles targeting militants have spiked in recent weeks.

The drones fired two missiles on a militant hideout in the area of Ghulam Khan, two Pakistani intelligence officials told CNN. Later, a suspected drone circled around the blast site and fired two more missiles. Six suspected militants were killed.

The second attack was on an alleged militant vehicle in the same area, killing four more alleged militants.

The Pakistani intelligence officials asked not to be named because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

The first strike Tuesday occurred less than 40 kilometers (24 miles) from two suspected drone strikes on Monday, which killed at least 18 people.

On December 17, three separate drone strikes killed at least 57 people, a record for one day. All the deaths were in the Tirah Valley area of the Khyber Agency, north of North Waziristan.

Intense drone activity in Pakistan's tribal region has moved northward, mirroring the movement of suspected militants as they try to flee the targeted strikes, a senior Pakistani military official told CNN last week.

The United States does not officially confirm that it has unmanned aircraft firing missiles at terror targets in Pakistan, but it is the only country in the region known to have the capability to do so.

Iran executes man as Israeli spy, hangs opposition group member


In Washington, supporters of the People's Mujahedeen of Iran denounce the hanging of opposition prisoner Ali Saremi.
In Washington, supporters of the People's Mujahedeen of Iran denounce the hanging of opposition prisoner Ali Saremi.


(CNN) -- Iran has hanged a man convicted of spying for Israel and also executed another man who was a member of a government opposition group, state-run media reported Tuesday.

The executions took place at Tehran's Evin Prison at dawn Tuesday.

Ali-Akbar Siadat was sentenced to death for working as a spy for Israeli intelligence. The Islamic Republic News Agency said Siadat admitted to transferring information to Israel over several years in exchange for $60,000.

He was arrested in 2008 while trying to leave Iran along with his wife, the news agency said.

A second man, Ali Saremi, was hanged for "fighting against the sacred Islamic Republic of Iran system and launching antagonist propagations," the agency reported.

He was a member of People's Mujahedeen of Iran, also known as the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization, which has opposed the Iranian government for decades.

Tehran considers the group to be a terrorist outfit, as does the United States. The European Union does not.

Members of a European Parliament group, Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup, condemned Saremi's execution Tuesday, calling it "another crime for which the mullahs will be held to account when freedom is finally restored to that beleaguered nation."

The group also demanded that Iranian leaders "be tried in the International Court of Justice for crimes against humanity."

Ubat KUAT: Lelaki usia 110tahun nak kahwin


AHMAD menunjukkan kad pengenalannya bagi membuktikan tarikh lahirnya semalam.


ALOR SETAR - Anda mungkin terkejut apabila seorang warga emas yang berusia lebih 100 tahun masih berkeinginan untuk berkahwin bagi mengubat kesunyian.

Biarpun mata kabur dan pendengaran kurang baik, namun Ahmad Md. Isa, 110, yang lahir pada 7 Oktober 1909 masih sihat dan mengingati kisah silamnya kelihatan bertenaga seolah-olah umurnya 70 tahun.

Beliau memberitahu, walaupun dia dijaga dengan baik oleh anak perempuannya, Fatimah, 64, namun dia masih berhajat untuk berumah tangga kerana mahukan teman untuk berkongsi hidup.

"Saya terasa sunyi tanpa teman. Tidur malam berasa takut, jika ada teman tidaklah berasa sunyi boleh bersembang dan bercerita kisah suka dan duka.

Terhidu GAS BERACUN: 5 maut tidur dlm KERETA


KERETA Kia Optima yang menjadi punca kematian lima remaja di sebuah hotel dekat Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Miami, Florida kelmarin.


MIAMI - Lima remaja mati akibat keracunan gas karbon monoksida berpunca daripada enjin kereta yang tidak dimatikan ketika ia diletakkan di sebuah garaj tertutup di bawah bilik motel penginapan mereka di Florida Selatan, lapor sebuah akhbar semalam.

Tragedi itu disedari oleh seorang pekerja Motel Presidente, tempat mereka menginap berhampiran Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Miami kelmarin.

Pekerja wanita itu menghubungi pihak berkuasa menerusi talian kecemasan 911 pada pukul 2 petang waktu tempatan.

Dia yang mengintai dari sebuah tingkap, melihat kelima-lima remaja itu terbaring dalam keadaan berpakaian lengkap.

Evans Charles, 19, Jonas Antenor, 18, Peterson Nazon, 17, dan Jean Pierre Ferdinand, 16, telah menyewa bilik motel berkenaan untuk menyambut hari jadi ke-19 rakan mereka, Juchen Martial.

Sebuah kereta Kia Optima merah yang dipinjamkan kepada mereka oleh seorang rakan dibiarkan dalam keadaan enjinnya hidup di dalam garaj berkenaan.

Enjin itu dihidupkan bagi mengecas bateri kenderaan tersebut. Mereka kemudian membiarkan pintu masuk dari garaj itu dalam bangunan hotel berkenaan terbuka yang menyebabkan gas karbon monoksida memenuhi tingkat atas di bilik mereka.

"Ini memang satu kemalangan yang tragis," kata seorang jurucakap polis Florida, Carl Zogby.

Rakan-rakan mereka yang lain yang berkumpul di luar hotel berkenaan berkata, mereka tidak mematikan enjin kereta itu untuk mengecas baterinya.

Enjin kenderaan itu masih hidup ketika polis tiba di tempat kejadian. Polis berkata, tiada alkohol, dadah atau barangan lain yang mencurigakan ditemui di dalam bilik hotel penginapan mereka. - Agensi

ASN naik 0.8sen : 5.2sen seunit ke 6 sen seunit


AHMAD SARJI (kiri) dan Hamad Kama Piah menunjukkan kadar agihan pendapatan ASN di Kuala Lumpur semalam.


KUALA LUMPUR - Permodalan Nasional Bhd. (PNB) mengumumkan pengagihan pendapatan Skim Amanah Saham Nasional (ASN) sebanyak enam sen seunit untuk tahun kewangan berakhir 31 Disember 2010.

Agihan pendapatan tersebut merupakan peningkatan sebanyak 0.80 sen seunit berbanding tahun lalu iaitu sebanyak 5.20 sen seunit.

Pengerusi PNB, Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid berkata, pihaknya memperuntukkan pembayaran sebanyak RM89.88 juta sebagai bayaran agihan pendapatan ASN bagi tahun semasa.

Pembayaran tersebut melibatkan 1.18 juta pemegang unit yang melanggan 1.5 bilion unit ASN.

"Prestasi ASN sepanjang tahun kewangan berakhir 31 Disember 2010 adalah lebih baik berbanding tahun sebelum," katanya pada majlis pengumuman pengagihan pendapatan ASN 2010 di sini semalam.

Turut hadir pada majlis itu ialah Presiden dan Ketua Eksekutif PNB, Tan Sri Hamad Kama Piah Che Othman.

Israeli authorities deny Palestinian prisoners access to lawyers

Palestinian held by Israeli soldiers
A Palestinian man sits blindfolded under guard of Israeli troops. He is unlikely to receive any legal advice before signing a confession.


Palestinian detainees are systematically denied the right to meet a lawyer during interrogations by Shin Bet, the Israeli internal security service, according to a report published today by an Israeli and a Palestinian rights group.

The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI) and the Palestinian Prisoners' Club say detainees from the occupied West Bank are cut off from the rest of the world in Israeli detention facilities. The report also cited cases of "systematic violence" and torture.

Between 70% and 90% of the detainees in the years 2005 to 2007 were not allowed to meet a lawyer able to provide advice and assistance prior to signing a confession, say the organisations. The average time prisoners represented by the group were isolated from the outside world was 16.7 days. Irit Ballas, a lawyer and one of the report's authors, said the situation has remained the same for the past three years. "The information we receive from our lawyers tells us that the incommunicado detention has not decreased," he said.

Shin Bet refuses to reveal the number of detainees who had no access to legal services. Asked about the report, the agency said: "One of the tools, used in accordance with the law, is the authority to prevent meetings with a lawyer for a period of time established within the law." Shin Bet added: "The accusation that denying access to lawyers was being used to prevent the monitoring of 'mental and physical abuse' is completely baseless."

In Israel, the legal period for detention in isolation is 48 hours for so-called regular violations and up to 21 days for "security" violations. In cases where military law applies, it can reach 90 days.

"All the detainees who testified reported grave negative consequences of being held incommunicado, emphasising the feelings of fear, helplessness, confusion and despair," says the 67-page report.

The document lists other forms of ill-treatment during the interrogation: "painful and prolonged shackling to a chair, painful cuffing of the hands, sleep deprivation, repeated threats to harm the detainee and his family, the conditioning of meeting an attorney with confession, giving of false information to the detainee and intentional deception of the detainee".

The report reproduces, among others, the testimony of Ziad Shanti, 32, from Qalqilya in the West Bank, who was arrested in October 2006 while walking down the street with his friends. He was seriously injured during the arrest by two bullets. He was forbidden contact with his family or with a lawyer for 40 days, even during his stay in hospital and later while in a cell with no windows.

"I asked [repeatedly] for them to inform my mother that I am alive. The interrogator said he would allow this only after I confess … the interrogator took me to the interrogation room and shackled me to the chair with handcuffs. I stayed until 3am and was then returned to the isolation cell. Around 8am I was taken to interrogation."

The sessions were repeated for several days. Shanti confessed. He was sentenced to five and a half years in prison for stealing a truck and harbouring activists from the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.

Santa Clause Di Malam Krismas :-P


CAHAYA ganjil berwarna oren muncul di langit Napier, Taranaki dan Christchurch di New Zealand pada Ahad lalu.


CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand - Satu cahaya ganjil berwarna oren dan merah muncul di langit Napier, Taranaki dan Christchurch, lapor akhbar dalam talian stuff.co.nz semalam.

Laporan kemunculan imej itu pada hari kedua selepas Krismas mencetuskan misteri sehingga terdapat spekulasi bahawa ia mungkin objek terbang tidak dikenali (UFO).

Bagaimanapun, Persatuan Astronomi Canterbury yakin bahawa ia merupakan cahaya dari satelit.

Di Hawara, Allan White dan keluarganya mengesan cahaya ganjil itu pada pukul 9.40 malam waktu tempatan Ahad lalu.

Mereka melihat imej ganjil itu selama lima minit dan ia kemudian hilang.

"Saya menganggap ia merupakan satu cahaya oren yang cerah di langit dan cahaya itu mula bergerak ke arah kami," kata White.

Menurutnya, ramai orang yang melihat imej itu menganggapnya sebagai UFO. Beberapa saksi dilaporkan menyuluh ke arah cahaya itu semasa ia bergerak di langit sebelum lenyap lima minit kemudian. - Agensi

Ribut sebelum perlawanan akhir


PENIAGA sibuk menjual barangan cenderamata Piala Suzuki AFF 2010 sebelum kawasan di sekitar Stadium Utama Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta itu dilanda ribut semalam.




JAKARTA - Cuaca mendung bertukar menjadi gelap di Stadium Utama Gelora Bung Karno yang menjadi venue perlawanan akhir kedua Piala Suzuki AFF 2010 sekitar pukul 5 petang (waktu tempatan) kelmarin.

Akhbar Kompas melaporkan, angin kencang melanda stadium berkenaan dan kawasan sekitarnya beberapa minit kemudian.

Cuaca buruk yang melanda menyebabkan para peniaga yang menjual barangan cenderamata pertandingan di sekitar Stadium Utama Gelora Bung Karno tergesa-gesa membungkus barangan jualan masing-masing.

Terdapat peniaga-peniaga memungut barang jualan mereka yang terbang ditiup angin manakala penjual-penjual makanan pula menutup makanan mereka untuk mengelak daripada ditiup angin dan dibasahi hujan lebat yang turun tidak lama kemudian.

Sementara itu, di sebuah kantin di belakang Hotel Atlet Century berhampiran stadium berkenaan, angin kencang dan hujan lebat telah menyebabkan dua batang pokok tumbang.

Para pengunjung kantin yang tengah menjamu selera terkejut dan tergesa-gesa berlindung daripada tiupan angin kencang dan hujan lebat. - Agensi

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