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New accomplice in NY jailbreak, why 18-year-olds should freeze their sperm, twerk thrusts into dictionary, and more. 

ANOTHER PRISON WORKER LINKED TO JAIL BREAK

Veteran prison guard Gene Palmer is in the dock today on charges that he helped with the sensational escape of two murderers from a New York jail earlier this month, says CNN. Apparently Palmer smuggled tools into the cell area in frozen hamburger meat. 

BRITS' EU DINNER TALK

At a dinner with European leaders tonight, David Cameron will spell out the changes he wants to make to the way the European Union works, ahead of a referendum on whether the UK should be in or out of the social and economic union that was created after WWII. It's not that clear what he's going to ask for, however, says The Guardian

ISIS KOBANI SUICIDE BOMB

ISIS returned to the Syrian city of Kobani with a bang after a suicide bomber killed five this morning. The extremist group has launched a new offensive five months after it was chased out of the city near the Turkish border by Kurdish fighters, says Sky News

DICTIONARY HAS FOMO

You may feel meh about twerking but today both words were recognized as legit words in the English language as they entered the Oxford English Dictionary. A whole bunch of new expressions got the stamp of approval including skort, fo' shizzle, FOMO and twitterati, says The Mirror

FREEZE SPERM BY 18

A Scottish doctor says all men should save their sperm at age 18 to avoid risks associated with fathering children older including autism and schizophrenia, reports The BBC. One professor called the proposal "one of the most ridiculous suggestions I have heard in a long time."