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  • This girl's selfie earned her an invitation to star in Rihanna's music video

    Imagine scrolling through Instagram and that all-too-familiar orange notification dot appears. You’ve got a new follower… it’s Rihanna. Sanam became the apple of Rihanna’s eye after the music star spotted a stunning selfie on her Instagram.

  • Man shoots off firework from top of his head, dies instantly

    A 22-year-old man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, killing him instantly, authorities said Sunday. Devon Staples and his friends had been drinking and setting off fireworks Saturday night in the backyard of a friend's home in eastern Maine, said Stephen McCausland, a spokesman for the state Department of Public Safety. Staples, 22, of Calais, a small city on the Canadian border, placed a reloadable fireworks mortar tube on his head and told his friends he was going to light it, McCausland said.

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  • Carol Vorderman takes pole position in a racy outfit at the Grand Prix

    Carol Vorderman has been raiding the fountain of youth again as she stepped out looking half her age. Stunning Carol wore a tight grey dress and her hair tousled and blonde. The former Countdown presenter was at the British Grand Prix at the Silverstone Circuit. And now bleach blonde Carol Vorderman , who changed the colour of her tresses last year, has joked she has been inundated with "offers of fun" since dying her hair.

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  • Locals fury as wealthy Monaco gypsies ‘holiday’ at Welsh beauty spot leaving filth behind

    About 30 families have hitched their caravans to their BMW’s, Mercedes and Rolls Royces and made the trip from the French Riviera to Swansea for the past four years. To disgust of residents the well-heeled travellers pitch up at a local beauty spot popular with picnickers and sports teams and make it their summer home. q
  • The Welfare Cuts Explained In Seven Graphs

    George Osborne has to find a significant amount of savings and he will be looking to the welfare budget to do it. 1) The Government has said it is going to eliminate the deficit by 2018-19. 2) As the nation's housekeeper-in-chief, David Cameron says the country needs to live within its means.

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  • The heroes of 7/7 (18 photos)

    Emergency services first responders pose for portraits ahead of the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings, when four suicide bombers struck transport system in central London on Thursday 7 July 2005, killing 52 people and injuring more than 770 in simultaneous attacks. Metropolitan Police Constable Elizabeth Kenworthy was an off-duty PC travelling in the fourth carriage of the train that was blown up at Aldgate in the 7/7 bombings and is credited with saving two peoples lives. Police Sergeant Shane Joshua is pictured outside New Scotland Yard on June 24, 2015 in London, England.

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  • NASA Probe Spots Weird 'Dotted Line' On Pluto - Then Signal Cuts Out

    A NASA probe sent back mystifying images of the surface of dwarf planet Pluto – then the signal cut out. The New Horizons probe is powered by a Star Trek-style ion drive – and has ‘slept’ for nine years on its journey to Pluto. Over the next few months, New Horizons is set to unlock the secrets of Pluto, a distant, icy world which has never been seen except as a distant dot in our telescopes.

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  • Hollywood Stars Reacts to Amanda Peterson’s Sudden Death

    News of Amanda Peterson’s death sent shockwaves through hollywood yesterday and many celebs shared their sympathies on social media.

  • Dad And Toddler Parade ISIS Flags Outside Houses Of Parliament

    A dad was stopped by police outside the Houses of Parliament after he was spotted waving the ISIS flag with his young daughter. The unidentified man made the provocative gesture on the weekend before the anniversary of the 7/7 terror attacks in London. Police stopped and questioned the man - who was carrying the toddler waving the jihadist flag on his shoulders - as he walked past Big Ben.

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  • Man Killed by Alligators after Shouting ‘F**k the alligators’and Jumping into Reptile-Infested Water

    Warning signs for alligators are not just there for amusement as this young man sadly found out. Tommie Woodward ignored the signs about alligators on the Sabine River in Texas jumping into the water and was quickly attacked by the reptile predators..

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  • Grizzly Bear Tries To Smash Glass Of Zoo Enclosure With Giant Rock

    Terrified zoo visitors were faced with an angry grizzly bear smashing the glass of its zoo enclosure in front of their eyes. Visitors at Minnesota Zoo were shocked as the glass shattered - but luckily remained in place. Eyewitness Robin Ficker said the bears were “ wrestling with each other and looking at the people” before the incident.

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  • Wimbledon - Djokovic to apologise to ball girl he ‘reduced to tears’

    The number one seed was forced to extend his match against big-serving South African Anderson into a second day after light stopped play on Monday. Djokovic lost the first two sets to Anderson but displayed steely grit to fight back and level the match amid the fading light on Court One.

  • Soap spoilers: EastEnders arrest, Corrie kiss, Emmerdale scam, Hollyoaks discovery

    EastEnders' couple Ian and Jane Beale will face their worst fears when the police arrive on Albert Square to arrest a new suspect in Lucy's murder case. With almost 15 months approaching since Lucy was murdered, Ian (Adam Woodyatt) and Jane will find themselves experiencing a new nightmare when the police believe they have found the culprit. The residents of Albert Square are shocked to wake to front page news revealing that there is a new suspect in Lucy's case and Ian, in particular, struggles to process the news. Feeling overwhelmed, Ian heads to the restaurant, but after a conversation with Sharon, decides to return home where he drops a bombshell on his family.

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  • The Latest: Tsipras calls Putin in wake of referendum result

    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin received a phone call from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, whose government is racing against the clock to reach a bailout deal with creditors. The two leaders discussed the results of Sunday's referendum in Greece and "several questions about the further development of Russian-Greek cooperation," the Kremlin said. The eurozone's top official says he still wants Greece to stay in the single European currency.

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  • Wimbledon men - Kyrgios facing record £160,000 fine after Gasquet loss

    Media reports coming out of the All England club on Monday afternoon suggested that will not spare Kyrgios, who is facing a fine as large as £160,000 for bringing the sport into disrepute in losing a match watched by millions worldwide on television. France’s Gasquet, who reached the semi-finals in 2007, was not to be denied his progress and clinched the fourth set 8-6 in the tiebreak. To the disappointment of those bemoaning a lack of "characters" at Wimbledon, Kyrgios bowed out of the tournament with his usual mix of brilliance and belligerence.

  • Jeremy Kyle BLASTS Russell Brand for Tunisia attack comments

    Russell Brand has been BLASTED by Jeremy Kyle for his comments regarding the minute's silence to honour those killed in the Tunisia hotel massacre. The TV host has hit out at the controversial comedian and claimed his comments appeared desperate and disrespectful. Meanwhile, Brand has allegedly now said he would go to Syria if someone would buy him a first class ticket. The so-called comedian opened up his new stand-up show in London on Thursday addressing the comments he made about the Tunisia hotel attack, according to a new report.

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  • Premier League - Liverpool transfer news: Alexandre Lacazette continues to stall over new deal

    Reports suggest Lacazette, 24, could be on his way out of Olympique Lyon with no sign of a new deal being penned over the close season. The forward's contract with Lyon does not expire until 2018, but L'Equipe claim the Ligue 1 runners-up are keen to finalise fresh terms with Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain all interested. Liverpool need numbers to bolster their squad, and they also require quality if they are to challenge for a spot in the top four.

  • Teenager who fled Britain to join Islamic State MOCKS victims of Tunisia terror attack

    Amira Abase wrote that she was "laughing out loud" after being told 30 tourists had been gunned down on a beach last week. The 16-year-old, who fled her London home in February, suggested the tourists were not innocent, urging an undercover reporter to do their "research". The shocking text messages show Abase has become an active recruiter for ISIS in just four months, but she refused to say whether she had married a frontline fighter. Last month an ISIS defector revealed that Abase and fellow GCSE students Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, are being trained to return to Europe and carry out terror attacks. q
  • Barack Obama pushes Angela Merkel to back down as eurozone leaders openly prepare for Greek exit

    Barack Obama has been forced to intervene in Greece’s protracted debt negotiations after European leaders openly threatened Athens with an imminent eurozone exit during a stunted round of emergency talks. The US President spoke to Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel as eurozone leaders gathered in Brussels on Monday - his first personal involvement in the crisis for months. Mr Obama and Ms Merkel “agreed it is in everyone’s interest to reach a durable agreement that will allow Greece to resume reforms, return to growth, and achieve debt sustainability within the eurozone”, said a White House statement.

  • Fight Back Bulge With These 9 Yoga Poses

    While there's no miracle move to diminish back bulge — it's a matter of doing calorie-burning cardio to decrease your overall percentage of body fat — it's still important to strengthen and tone the muscles in that area of the body. As you

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