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Fiend showed attack on web

An Arizona man accused of sexually assaulting his unconscious girlfriend and broadcasting the attack live on the internet has pleaded guilty to three charges.

Jonathan Hock ( 22), from Phoenix, admitted two counts of attempted sexual assault and one count of voyeurism.

He was arrested last June after police said he set up a web camera and assaulted his 20-year-old girlfriend of two weeks in her bedroom while she was unconscious from drinking alcohol. The video was watched repeatedly until the site it was posted on removed it and provided police with a copy.

War tribute on surrender ship

US Veterans and their families marked the 65th anniversary of World War Two on board the ship where Japan formally surrendered in 1945.

The battleship Missouri now houses a museum and is permanently moored at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, just behind the USS Arizona, which sank in the Japanese attack that pushed the US into the war in 1941.

Makosi tipped to get BB boot

Two housemates will be booted out of the Big Brother house tonight in a double eviction.

Makosi, 'Nasty' Nick, Chantelle, Nadia, Nikki and Ulrika will all face the public vote after receiving nominations.

Contestants in the Ultimate Big Brother series had to complete tasks drawn from previous series before they could give their nominations in the Diary Room.

Makosi Musambasi is the bookies' favourite to go.

Turkey hosts peace talks

Turkey has invited leaders of the 14 other United Nations Security Council countries to a peace summit meeting.

President Abdullah Gul, whose country holds the rotating council presidency, will chair the September 23 meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly's annual ministerial session.

Its aim is "to have the leaders reaffirm the council's determination to play a stronger role in the political settlement of disputes and in implementing peace agreements".