Gruesome Islamic State video threatens Iraqi soldiers
The brutal al Qaeda spin-off in Iraq known as Islamic State, has released a video warning Iraqi soldiers they risk being rounded up en masse and executed if they continue to resist Islamic State rule . Jillian Kitchener reports.
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Sarah Ferguson seen in public for the first time since details of her scandal emerged as she arrives in Los Angeles to pick up an award at a charity event. The Duchess of York, who is under fire after a newspaper sting appears to show her accepting money for an introduction to her former husband Prince Andrew, looked tired, weary and red-eyed as she stepped off an American Airlines plane that flew in from London's Heathrow airport. She walked through LA airport terminal biting her fingernails. Ferguson was accompanied by a spokesperson who fielded reporter's questions saying: "No comment." Ferguson was filmed by an undercover reporter from The News of the World arranging to sell access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, in exchange for £500,000.