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  • Has Lady Gaga Gone Too Far With Her Explicit Disney T-Shirt?

    Lady Gaga has never been afraid to shock when it comes to her fashion choices, but even by her standards her latest outfit is pretty outrageous... and not in a good way. The singer stepped out in N

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  • UK On Security High Alert After Double City Evacuation In Wake Of Tunisia Attack

    The UK was on security red alert today - as two cities held evacuations in the wake of the Tunisia beach attack. Part of Exeter city centre was evacuated due to suspect packages, while South Kensington tube station in central London was also cordoned off over fears of a 'grenade'.

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  • Lewis Hamilton Sends Nicole Scherzinger A Heart-Warming Happy Birthday Message

    Taking to Instagram to share the love as Nicole turns 37, her 30-year-old ex posted the above photo with the caption: "Dear friend, Through the years we shared alot, i wouldn't have changed a thing. Nicole, who's enjoying her birthday over in Mykonos, has yet to reply to the sweet message, instead posting a photo of her gorgeous view and thanking fans for all their kind messages.

  • EU's Juncker makes last-minute offer to Greece - sources

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a last-minute offer to Athens in a bid to reach a bailout agreement before the deadline expires on Tuesday, European Union and Greek government sources said. Under the offer, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras would have to send written acceptance by Tuesday, in time for an emergency meeting of the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers to be held and agree to campaign in favour of the bailout in the planned July 5 referendum. A Greek government official said that it listened with interest to what was being proposed but said: "Alexis Tsipras will vote "no" on Sunday".

  • Britain's Got Talent's Connie Talbot, Who Sang 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow', Is All Grown Up

    Every so often the concept of time proves all too much for some people to handle, with the Internet currently having a mini-meltdown over the fact that six-year-old Connie Talbot, who wowed the nation when she auditioned for Britain's Got Talent back in 2007, is now... Erm... Older. The now-fourteen-year-old impressed the BGT judges when she gave an adorable performance of 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow', and ended up making it to the show's final, although unfortunately she didn't nab the opportunity to sing in front of the Queen. Eight years later and Connie is still singing her little heart out after becoming an online sensation, with more than 148 million people watching the Birmingham schoolgirl's original audition on YouTube.

  • Heathrow Terminal 1 Closes Its Doors Tonight

    Heathrow Airport will close the doors on 47 years of aviation history tonight when Terminal 1 handles its final flight. Heathrow said the final departure would be a British Airways flight to Hanover on Monday night following a migration of services to the recently completed Terminal 2, which is to be extended to boost its capacity. The news came to light just 48 hours before the Airports Commission was due to announce its recommendation on whether a new runway should be built at Heathrow or Gatwick .

    Sky News
  • Beyonce Dethroned as Forbes Highest Paid Celebrity; Who is Number 1?

    Forbes has released their annual list of the highest paid celebrity, and we have a new hollywood star on top! Sorry, Bey, you’ve been dethroned!

  • Asia markets hit by Greece fears, Shanghai plunges again

    Most Asian markets edged higher Tuesday, enjoying a slight recovery after the previous day's rout, with Greece just hours away from default, while Shanghai's suffered more sharp losses. With talks between Athens' leaders and creditors now completely broken down after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called the July 5 plebiscite, Greece is widely expected to miss its payment to the IMF due later Tuesday. "(How) is it possible the creditors are waiting for the IMF payment while our banks are being suffocated?" Tsipras said in a late-evening interview on ERT television in Greece.

  • Brooklyn Beckham Pokes Fun At Mum Victoria And Reveals His Love Of Pot Noodles

    Brooklyn Beckham becoming a seriously active member of the Instagram community has succeeded in not only making us all feel ridiculously old (we remember when he was born!), but also giving us an intimate insight into what life is like as a member of the Beckham family. What would Victoria say, eh? Because we are the nosey type we decided to conduct a serious investigation into what is in Brooklyn's basket-trollet hybrid, which basically involved squinting really hard, and we made a rather shocking discovery.

  • WATCH: NASA cuts live video transmission as THREE UFOs fly past Earth

    NASA was reportedly forced to end a live stream from the International Space Station as THREE UFOs blasted out of Earth's atmosphere. q
  • Premier League - Manchester United transfer news: Sergio Ramos 'demands to leave, United make bid'

    Manchester United have made a £28.6 million bid for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, according to Sky Sports News’ Graham Hunter. It is the latest development in what has become an on-going saga, the 29-year-old has also reportedly told Real he wants to leave and join Louis van Gaal’s side. Although Ramos is a proven world-class defender, he is nearly 30 and would be a big gamble at that price given United’s last signing from Madrid – Angel Di Maria – has struggled to adapt to life in England.

  • British Muslims Divided Over Response To IS

    Although Muslims in the UK have been vocal in condemning the Tunisia terror attack, opinion is split on the best way to deal with Islamic State – and stop young people from becoming radicalised. Speaking to Sky News, Khalid Mahmood MP said "there is always a pack behind lone wolf attackers", and called for a broader coalition of Muslim and Western troops to work together in eradicating IS. But this viewpoint is not shared by Mohammed Khaliel, whose advocacy group works to create a deeper understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.

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  • Jennifer Lawrence Channels Kim Kardashian As She Goes Apartment Hunting In Stilettos

    Jennifer Lawrence first captured the hearts of her fans when she continuously reassured us all just how bloomin' normal she is. Yes, believe it or not, that girl stepping out in the middle of the day with her perfectly styled hair, plunging crop top, bodycon skirt, glam accessories, and teetering stiletto heels isn't fashionista Kim Kardashian, it's actual Jennifer Lawrence as she embarked on a casual apartment hunt around New York City.

  • Decision on Vulcan flyover to be made in the morning as poor weather conditions expected

    People are being asked to check on social media tomorrow morning, as the Vulcan flyover could be called off due to poor weather.

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  • A world apart: 2 women with birthdates in 1800s still alive

    When Susannah Mushatt Jones and Emma Morano were born in 1899, there was not yet world war or penicillin, and electricity was still considered a marvel. Jones, who lives in New York, currently tops a list of supercentenarians, or people who have lived past 110, which is maintained by Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group. Morano, of Verbania, Italy, is just a few months younger than Jones and is Europe's oldest person, according to the group.

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  • St. Elmo's Fire Turns 30: The Brat Pack Cast Then And Now (10 photos)

    Thirty years ago this week, St. Elmo’s Fire premiered in theaters, solidifying the generation’s hottest group of actors: the Brat Pack. Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Andrew McCarthy, and Ally Sheedy were among the stars of the ensemble

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  • European debt crisis: It's not just Greece that's drowning in debt

    While the eyes of the world are on Greece and its potential default on its debt, there are several other countries in the EU that have debts to rival the struggling nation. Altogether there are six European nations whose debts are larger than their economic output, and 16 that have debts larger than the 60%-of-GDP limit set out in the Maastricht Treaty. Greece’s public debt is, unsurprisingly, the highest in the EU - standing at 177% of its GDP.

  • Kim Jong Un EXECUTES new airport architect - because he didn't like the design

    North Korea’s propaganda machine has spent days promoting a new airport in Pyongyang, showcasing the building’s sleek glass walls and espresso stations. The state-run Korean Central News Agency published a 30-photo slide show last week of Kim Jong Un and his wife touring a two story international terminal in Pyongyang’s airport.

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  • Emirates A380 makes emergency landing in Colombo

    An Emirates A380 plane with more than 500 people on board made an emergency landing in Sri Lanka on Friday after pilots detected smoke in the cockpit, aviation officials said. The aircraft, which landed safely in Colombo, was 320 nautical miles (around 600 kilometres) east of the city when pilots made a distress call. "The pilots said May Day, May Day, and we activated all our emergency services and brought the aircraft to a safe landing," the airport's chief air navigation services officer Crishanthi Tissera told AFP.

  • Tunisia terror attack: Thousands raised for Brit who was shot at while protecting fiancée

    Matthew James, from Pontypridd, south Wales, was shot three times as he shielded his wife-to-be Sarah Wilson from a gunman who opened fire at the popular beach resort of Sousse. The 30-year-old later suffered a heart attack after being struck in the hip, chest and shoulder and is now recovering in hospital following surgery. Organiser Ian Spedding, 53, from Burnley, said he was delighted that donations had reached almost £7,800 in just a few hours. Mr James and Ms Wilson jetted out to Sousse on June 21 for a two-week break - with their two children Tegan, six, and Kaden, 14 months staying at home in the UK with relatives. q