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Saturday July 6th, 2019 morning edition

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This is the moment an arsonist set fire to a synagogue - but ensured an instant comeuppance.

Tristan Morgan, 51, was caught on camera pouring petrol on the religious building and set it alight.

The white supremacist was given an indefinite hospital order at the Old Bailey in London today.

The footage, played in court, shows Morgan splash fuel through a window at Exeter Synagogue and, despite getting engulf in flames, he calmly walks away.

The far-right extremist with "deep-rooted anti-Semitic beliefs" laughed after he set fire to a historic synagogue, the judge was told.

It is only by sheer chance that the synagogue was empty and indeed that Morgan himself sustained only minor burns.".

“In October we were thankfully able to return our services to the Synagogue, and in April this year we celebrated a wonderful re-dedication service. »

Why Were There No Spaceballs Action Figures?

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MOVIE URBAN LEGEND : Spaceballs had a deal that involved them agreeing to do very limited licensing tie-ins with their film.

One of the most famous scenes in Mel Brooks’ Star Wars parody, Spaceballs….

You see, when Brooks decided to make the parody, he cleared it first with George Lucas. »

Why Joe Biden is wrong

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Increasingly, many are wondering if Americans will ever be able to get along again.

While this occurs, there can be no talk of "future cooperation" with Republicans or return to an imagined past civility.Â.

The views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera's editorial stance. »

Bladder cancer 'attacked and killed by common cold virus'

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Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption A virus of the common cold infected and killed bladder cancer cells in the study.

A strain of the common cold virus can infect and kill bladder cancer cells, a small study suggests.

All signs of the disease disappeared in one patient, and in 14 others there was evidence that cancer cells had died. »