14 Tuesday, 15 September 2009 London Lite Prices correct at time of going to print & valid for a limited time only. Offers subject to availability. Not available from stores in N.I & R.O.I. All sizes & measurements may vary. PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY. Californian Zinfandel Ros 10.5% Vol. 75cl Walkers Variety Crisps 21 x 25g 34.3p/100g Hellmanns Mayonnaise 400g 18.5p/100g Pork Loin Joint 500g 39.8p/100g Muller Rice 200g 10p/100g .. 1.802.99 Per Pack Incredible Offer! 3.78 Each 3 Amazing Value! 52p Each 20p Incredible Offer! 1.993.99 Each Half Price! 1.74 Each 74p Save 1 Available in-store now Over 50stores within the M25! To find your nearest store visit www.lidl.co.uk or call our store location line on 0870 444 1234* *Rate varies depending upon communication provider World at a glance Releasedshoethrower:Iwas torturedbycopsafterarrest THE Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at George Bush today claimed he had been tortured by police during his first few days in custody. Muntadhar al-Zeidi was freed from prison today, nine months after his protest against the then US president. He told a news conference in Baghdad at the TV station where he works that after his arrest he was beaten with iron bars, whipped with cords and electrocuted behind a building in the citys Green Zone. He said his actions last year had been motivated by the oppression and humiliation of Iraqis under the US occupation. He added that while he is now free, his country is still held captive and he revealed how he feared for his life and believed American agents would try to hunt him down. US intelligence services and its affiliates will spare no efforts to track me... in a bid to kill me, he told the news conference. Free man: Muntadhar al-Zeidi hugs his sister in Iraq today 15killed,25missingafterflashflood fIfTEEn people have been killed and 25 are still missing after flash floods struck an Indonesian village today, forcing hundreds from their homes. Crisis centre chiefs said heavy rains washed through the mountainous Madina district of north Sumatra. The missing were believed to have been swept away by the strong current. Emergency supplies were set to be delivered to about 200 families sheltering in government offices and other buildings in the area. ACTRESS Jessica Simpson today said her heart was broken after seeing her pet dog snatched away by a coyote outside her Beverly Hills home. The Dukes Of Hazzard star, 29, below, fears she may never see Daisy, a cross between a Maltese terrier and a poodle, again. She wrote on Twitter about the loss of her pet and has released posters, right, to help the search. A neighbour said: We heard yelling and screaming coming from Jessicas house. Diverspalshothimwithspeargun A dIVEr told how he cheated death after his friend shot him in the chest with a fishing spear right next to his heart. Brett Clarkes lung was punctured in the accident off Cape Schanck, near Melbourne, Australia. Mr Clarke, 39, said: The pain was excruciating. The spear caught on the rocks in the sea swell and went in further. I kept trying not to black out as I still had to get back to shore. He was flown to hospital, where doctors successfully removed the 3ft barb. Jessicas dog snatch hell So You Wanna Be In TV? Come to our We Tell It Like It Is session! Is TV the right career for you? How to get that first job in TV? - 95 info@soyouwannabeintv.com 0207 639 0942 / 0775 864 8873 H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html