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Albanian rapper, 20, makes 'instruction videos' on how to sneak into Britain illegally - with tips on using fake IDs and claiming asylum

Posing next to expensive cars and in swanky drinking establishments, Dijonis Biba obviously has no problem showing off his flashy lifestyle. But the Albanian rapper's bragging does not stop there. For Biba, 20, has also been using 'instruction videos' on YouTube to boast about his knowledge of how to sneak into Britain illegally. His guides, which have been viewed more than 100,000 times, include tips on using fake IDs, airports where these false documents will not be detected and claiming asylum. Originally from northern Albania, he has a huge following in his homeland on social media. Biba has posted pictures of himself drinking at the top of The Shard, wearing designer clothes and standing in front of sports cars. The hip-hop star also hosts nightly online chats from London. Albanian rapper Dijonis Biba, 20, has shared guides on sneaking into Britain illegally to Youtube, pictured with a BMW in London Biba openly describes how he came to Britain illegally and would be re

Home Depot recalls more than 190,000 ceiling fans after several people reported blades were flying off, injuring at least two people, and damaging rooms

More than 190,000 ceiling fans sold at Home Depot are being recalled after reports that the blades fell off while spinning, hitting people and causing property damage. The Hampton Bay Mara indoor and outdoor ceiling fans were sold this year between April and October at Home Depot stores and its website.  About 182,000 of them were sold in the U.S. and 8,800 were sold in Canada. They cost about $150. More 190,000 ceiling fans sold at The Home Depot have been recalled amid reports its blades can detach while in use and cause injury or property damage The fans were available exclusively at The Home Depot with about 80,000 fans were sold to customers.  The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said it received 47 reports of the blades falling off, two reports of people being hit by them and four reports of the blades causing property damage. Owners of the fans should stop using them immediately and inspect them for blades aren't secure or have a gap between them and the base of the f

Nashville bomber Anthony Q. Warner told his neighbor 'the world is never going to forget me' before Christmas Day blast in which it's feared he may have blown his dogs up with him inside his bomb-rigged RV as FBI release new photo

The Nashville bomber smiled and told his neighbor 'the world is never going to forget me' days before the Christmas Day explosion that left three people injured, and officials are investigating whether he had his dogs with him when he blew up his RV. Rick Laude recalled how he had a small chat with his neighbor Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, who officials say was the perpetrator of the Friday bombing, less than a week before the attack. He saw Warner standing at his mailbox and pulled over his car to talk. Laude asked Warner how his elderly mother is doing and casually asked, 'Is Santa going to bring you anything good for Christmas?' Warner then cracked a smile and said, 'Oh, yeah, Nashville and the world is never going to forget me.' At first Laude didn't think much of the remark saying, 'Nothing about this guy raised any flags. He was just quiet.' Then on Friday around 6.40am a white RV rigged with bombs exploded outside the AT&T building on 2nd Ave

Hillary (not Hilaria) Baldwin's real past: Alec's wife, 36, attended exclusive Massachusetts high school despite claiming to have come to the US from Spain at 19, her mom is a white college professor and her accent comes and goes

Hilaria Baldwin was born in Boston and attended an exclusive Massachusetts high school despite claiming to have come to America when she was 19 and presenting herself as a Spanish person.  The 36-year-old wife of Alec Baldwin confessed to her 859,000 Instagram followers on Sunday that her real name is Hillary, that she is 'a white girl' and that she spent only 'some of' her childhood in Spain.   Hilaria's biography on her agency's speakers site states that she was born on the island of Majorca and raised in Boston, without specifying a timeline for her upbringing. In interviews over the years Hilaria has indicated that she moved from Spain to the US when she was 19 to attend New York University.    The influencer was forced to issue the rambling seven-minute video Sunday amid an  online frenzy days after a woman tweeted: 'You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin's commitment to her decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person.'   In the next f

One worker is crushed to death and another is critically injured after 10-foot brick retaining wall collapsed in Brooklyn

One worker was killed and another suffered grave injuries after a brick retaining wall collapsed in Brooklyn this afternoon. A construction crew were working at a building site located at 454 42nd Street near 5th Avenue in the Sunset Park neighborhood when the wall collapsed at 1.30pm, according to a spokesperson for the Department of Buildings. Officials said the wall that came crashing down onto the workers was approximately 10 feet tall. FDNY firefighters are seen at the seen of a fatal wall collapse in Brooklyn on Monday Dozens of firefighters are seen working to pull a victim from the rubble  A body is being taken away on a stretcher after a construction worker was crushed to death by a brick retaining wall in the Sunset Park section  The collapse killed one person on the spot and trapped another, who was later seen being pulled from the rubble by dozens of firefighters. The surviving worker was taken to a hospital to be treated for serious injuries. The FDNY said the unnamed ma

The cottage time forgot: Huge 322-acre property a short drive from some of Australia's best beaches features an ancient house that's been left untouched for decades

A rundown 322-acre property that used to be a fully functioning dairy farm that provided goods to soldiers has hit the market for $12.5million.  The property, which is split into two lots, sits on Doonan Bridge, south west of Noosa, Queensland, where some of the country's nicest beaches are. It's also a short distance away from Eumundi Regional Park, Sunshine Motorway and Mooloolaba airport. The sprawling property - which is separated from a national park by a highway - is just a 1.5-hour drive from Brisbane.  Selling agent Anthony Silver from U2 Property Group Meridan Plains put the acreage on the market in November after striking a deal with several families that lived in the area.    The property, which is split into two lots, sits on Doonan Bridge, south west of Noosa, Queensland, where some of the country's nicest beaches are This particular property was split into two lots: Lot 45, which is where the homestead is, and Lot 46, which is 176-acres and in its 'natural

REVEALED: Earlier than expected rollout of coronavirus vaccine is tipped by the government - as Australia closes in on the possibility of life returning to normal in a matter of months

Most Australians will be vaccinated against coronavirus by October, Greg Hunt said on Monday. The federal health minister said the first vaccine to be approved in late January will likely be the Pfizer jab which is already being rolled out the US, UK and European Union.  The AstraZeneca and Novavax vaccines are expected to be approved by Australian regulators shortly after, with the first jabs hitting Aussie arms by March. Vaccinations could be key to Australians finally flying abroad again, with Scott Morrison previously saying any travellers would need to either have the jab or face two weeks of hotel quarantine.  Most Australians will be vaccinated against coronavirus by October, Greg Hunt said on Monday. Pictured: Shoppers in masks on Boxing Day Mr Hunt said jabs could even begin in late February if they are bottled, labelled, checked and delivered around the country by then.  'Our goal is always underpromise, overdeliver,' he said when asked if the jabs could be rolled out