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  • Usain Bolt: Anthony Joshua weighs in on cheating controversy as sprinter is pictured with another woman

    Following a record-breaking stint at the 2016 Rio Olympics Usain Bolt continues to dominate headlines thanks to his off-track antics, and now fellow Olympian Anthony Joshua has weighed in on cheating controversy. Bolt kicked off his 30th birthday celebration in Brazil by enjoying the company of three different women − including 20-year-old Rio student named Jady Duarte, who he was snapped kissing in bed− during a rumbustious weekend of partying. As the fallout continues, Joshua has admitted that he would hate to be in Bolt's shoes right now.

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  • 'Cheeky!' Amanda Holden teases fans with topless snap as she soaks up the sun

    She is set to plat headmistress Miss Pentangle from the Academy of Witches, who visits Miss Cackle's Academy for a spelling bee competition. Announcing her role, she joked that there would definitely be "some jokes" from her family about her character. The Britain's Got Talent judge added: "I’m sure there will be some jokes from my family about me playing a witch but I can’t wait to sit down with them and watch CBBC bring to life the wonderful world of Cackle’s Academy."

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  • Son who saw mum eaten alive by 100 stray dogs says 'she was bleeding all over'

    The traumatised son of a woman who was eaten alive by a terrifying pack of 100 stray dogs has revealed the moment he returned to her body, seeing how her limbs had been brutally torn apart. The woman, named locally only as Siluvamma, was set upon by the dogs which have become an increasing problem in the area for locals.

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  • What Happened To Kate Thornton’s TV Presenting Career?

    In 2004 Kate Thornton landed the most high-profile presenting gig in British TV, fronting Simon Cowell’s brand new talent show X Factor. X Factor was the next logical step for the super-talented Thornton, but it was, sadly, the start of the downfall of her TV presenting career. Kate insisted at the time she would never speak to the music mogul ever again because she had no warning about getting the boot.

    James Leyfield
  • Student who got sex-crazed teacher pregnant given £4.5MILLION compensation

    A student has won a record 4.5million pounds compensation after getting his sex-crazed teacher pregnant. Whitehurst, 31, who reportedly also had flings with two other pupils, was jailed just two months after having his baby daughter. The student, identified only as John BB Doe, claimed administrators and other teachers knew about her abusing him but turned a blind eye. Lawyer Vince Finaldi, who led the civil case against Redlands Unified School District, said the settlement was the biggest against any public entity in the country involving child sex abuse.

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  • The biggest lie of the Rio Olympics? The medal standings, as usual

    The Olympics medal count is a sham.

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  • Travel chaos on M6 as multi-vehicle crash brings traffic to standstill

    A lorry reportedly smashed through the crash barrier on the hard shoulder and down the motorway embankment just after 3pm. Highways England has advised motorists to follow exit Junction 10 on to the A545 westbound and follow the hollow black circle symbol from there. The Central Motorway Police Group tweeted: "Serious RTC [road traffic collision] M6 northbound J10 (Walsall) to J10A (M54). Amie Williams added: "Seriously bad multi-vehicle accident on the #M6... Never seen anything like it.

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  • Hate preacher Abu Qatada urges Muslims to flee UK... after his eight-year fight to STAY

    The fanatic, who fought deportation from Britain for eight years, warned followers of Islam they face "bloodshed" in the West in a social media rant. Posting messages in Arabic to his 58,000 Twitter followers, he wrote: "Muslims living in the West will lose. Sedition and spread of bloodshed will devour them. "They will have no option but to prepare to return back to their countries as soon as possible."

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  • Raped and tortured by IS, Yazidi women recover in Germany

    VILLINGEN-SCHWENNINGEN, Germany (AP) — The Yazidi girl had been in the safety of a refugee camp in Iraq for two weeks when she imagined she heard the voices of Islamic State fighters outside her tent.

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  • Ola and James Jordan confess to having sex in a Strictly Come Dancing dressing room

    The steamy dancers revealed a rather surprising secret from their time on Strictly Come Dancing.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Viewers bemused that EastEnders aren't even trying to hide Natalie Cassidy's pregnancy anymore

    That’s one big baby bump for a character who’s not pregnant.

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  • Jodie Foster and Halle Berry pay tribute to Britney Spears

    082016 Jodie, Halle and Priyanka Chopra do dramatic performances of Britney's hits for W

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  • Formula 1 - Hamilton may opt to take 20-place grid penalty in Belgium

    Lewis Hamilton could start Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix from the back of the field after Mercedes admitted it is "likely” he will get a grid penalty.

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  • EastEnders Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Walford (7 photos)

    Honey makes a shocking discovery and Martin is on the warpath over Tina and Sonia’s relationship.

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  • Scotland's North Sea Revenues Collapse By 97%

    The Scottish government's revenues from North Sea oil and gas collapsed by 97% to just £60m in the last financial year, according to new figures that have been seized on by pro-union politicians. It is a far cry from 2008/9 when Scotland's share of North Sea revenues peaked at £11.6bn. The latest figures showed that Scotland's fiscal deficit - the gap between spending and borrowing - rose from £14.3bn to £14.8bn.

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  • Peter Andre Confirms His New Job As This Morning’s Presenter

    Peter Andre might be mysterious about some things (girls for instance), but he has just publicly shared a very exciting announcement. Writing in his column for new! magazine, the father-of-three gave away few details but did reveal that he would join the ITV daytime show next month to ‘front a mini series’ that focuses on dads in Britain.

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  • Fake or Fortune couple discover €450 painting is actually worth €100K, but there's a catch

    Jan and Chris Starckx purchased what they called The Portrait of a Child at an auction for just €450 back in the 1970s. However, over the years, they began to suspect that they were sat on something rather special, and turned to the BBC programme to discover the truth behind their stunning work of art.  After various trials, which even took the pair to Miami to compare the picture to another genuine Kooning, Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould arrived at the couple’s Belgian home to deliver the good news.  “Well, what we have here is an advantage because we know the other painting went for €50,000,” Philip beamed. “I believe, in many ways, that your picture is superior. “The artistic impact, the characterisation

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic Eyes Up 91-Year-Old Record for Manchester United

    ​Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in line to break a 91-year-old club record at Manchester United if he manages to get on the scoresheet in the Red Devils match against Hull on Saturday. According to the ​Daily Star, Ibrahimovic would enter the Manchester United history books if he was to score this Saturday, by equaling Jimmy Hanson's record of scoring in his first four competitive matches at the club. Hanson set the record back in the 1924-25 season, and the record has not been equaled since....

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  • A cat adopted a baby monkey and we actually can't deal with how cute it is

    You’re going to want to watch the video of this adorable unlikely duo.

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Deadly elite Foreign Legion force could be about to be UNLEASHED on ISIS

    GETTY French special operations troops are already in action in Libya, Syria and Iraq after President Francois Hollande declared war on the jihadist group but there are calls growing for the legion of foreign fighters to be sent to tackle ISIS. The feared fighting force has a long history of battling Islamist extremists, including al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan. In 2013 they embarked on a two-year campaign - code-named Operation Serval - against Boko Haram fanatics in the former African colony of Mali. Five years earlier they fought alongside European Union troops in Chad and before that in the Ivory Coast during the country’s civi war. It is unclear what role if the Legion is

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