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  • 16 celebrities who forgot they were at the Grammys

    And basically wore the most outrageous outfits they could find...

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  • Bid to locate woman 'abducted from street' by gang of men

    Detectives believe they have established the identity of a woman thought to have been abducted from a city street.

    Press Association
  • Jonathan Ross audience shocked at clip from new Sacha Baron Cohen film Grimsby

    Sacha Baron Cohen’s famous personas include Staines resident Ali G, Kazakh journalist Borat and camp Austrian fashion reporter Bruno.

    SNAPPA
  • Newcastle thrashing best preparation for crunch week - Cahill

    Beating Newcastle United sets Chelsea up well for the Champions League match at PSG and FA Cup clash with Manchester City, says Gary Cahill.

    Omnisport
  • Hospital refuses to discharge baby for deportation

    Crowds gather at Brisbane hospital to support staff's refusal to discharge a baby that faces deportation to a notoriously harsh detention centre.

    ITN
  • Crew Saves Pilot In Crisis Over IS Territory

    A quick-thinking refuelling plane crew saved a fighter pilot who faced having to eject over Islamic State territory. The F-16 had been trying to refuel in mid-air when the pilot discovered a malfunction with his fuel system, which meant he could only fly for 15 minutes - nowhere near enough to reach safety. Instead of leaving the pilot to cope with the emergency himself, the US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker crew managed to escort him back to its base while refuelling every 15 minutes to keep the jet in the air.

    Sky News
  • 150,000 penguins perish after massive iceberg leaves colony landlocked in Antarctica

    An estimated 150,000 Adelie penguins living in Antarctica have died after a huge iceberg the size of Luxemburg became lodged near their colony. The grounding of the colossal iceberg in Cape Denison in Commonwealth Bay left the colony effectively landlocked. In the last five years the colony was dwindled in size, as the perilous journey has claimed the lives of 150,000 of the penguins, according to research carried out by the Climate Change Research Centre at Australia's University of New South Wales.

    International Business Times
  • Dynamo is about to do something no magician has ever done before

    Prepare yourself for a range of illusion-based wallpaper he’s made with designer Kelly Hoppen.

    SNAPPA
  • WATCH: Jaw-dropping moment a Tesco worker loses the plot and ATTACKS shoppers

    The fracas was allegedly triggered by a mispriced item on the shelf as the employee angrily attempts to take the mobile from the filmmaker, believed to be Wasiq Hussaini. The student claimed he was forced to go to hospital following the altercation in the 26-second clip. IG The fracas was allegedly triggered by a mispriced item on the shelf as the employee angrily attempts to take the mobile from the filmmaker, believed to be Wasiq Hussaini. The student claimed he was forced to go to hospital following the altercation in the 26-second clip. A security guard is blocking the pair coming to blows as the enraged worker shouts “this guy” and swings for the shopper. The worker appears to call the filmmaker

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  • Aldi warns rival UK supermarkets that they will not be able to match its new price cuts

    Aldi has pledged deep price cuts on its products. It has even warned other UK supermarket chains that they will not be able to match its low prices after these cuts are implemented. "I wanted to set the record straight that we will never be beaten on price — that is cast in stone," Matthew Barnes, chief executive at Aldi, said.

    International Business Times
  • Ronaldo's wing display delights Zidane

    Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane was full of praise for Cristiano Ronaldo's display out wide in their win over Athletic Bilbao .

    Omnisport
  • Retro ‘60s Property That Hasn’t Been Touched In 50 Years Up For Sale (12 photos)

    With its psychedelic floral wallpaper, dark wooden panels and retro patterned carpets, it’s easy to see why this home was crowned ‘House of the Year’ at the Ideal Home Show in 1967. And the property hasn’t been touched since - even the kitchen and bathroom fittings haven’t had an update and the unique exterior staircase stands intact. The four-bedroom home in Birmingham is now going under the hammer, and is expected to fetch up to £240,000. Whether the new owners decide to bring it up to date or stick with the vintage style remains to be seen.

    Matilda Long
  • Why Do Severed Feet Keep Washing Up On America’s West Coast?

    16 human feet - all wearing shoes - have washed up on north America’s west coast since 2007. The detached extremities have been found in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington state in the US, with the latest being discovered on Botanical Beach, Vancouver Island, earlier this week. The Coroners Service has been confirmed that the remains are human, and it’s hoped that DNA testing will identify the deceased.

    Yahoo News
  • These London Students Created A 3-In-1 Coat, Sleeping Bag And Tent For Refugees

    A group of students from London have created a three-in-one coat, sleeping bag and tent for refugees, to aid them in their gruelling journeys across Europe. The Royal College of Art students have already designed the multi-use coat, but it remains a prototype unti lthey can raise enough funding. "Good design isn't about technologies and devices - it has a social heart and a role to play in meeting the needs of people facing impossible challenges," Harriet Harris, RCA professor, told The Huffington Post.

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  • Mark Wright 'an old fogey' now he's married to Michelle Keegan

    The presenter said he and Michelle love having nights in.

    SNAPPA
  • Russia sends brand new cruise missile ship to Syria: report

    Russia has dispatched a new ship armed with cruise missiles to the Mediterranean, the navy announced Saturday, as reports said it is bound for Syria.

    AFP
  • A Venomous Snake Was Found In a Child's Bed at a Daycare Center

    The snake was found among the sheets right before nap time.

    Inside Edition
  • North Korean satellite nonfunctional and ‘tumbling in orbit’ following weekend launch

    North Korea is dealing with an international fallout following the country’s weekend launch of a satellite-carrying rocket. The country reportedly launched a rocket and successfully deployed the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-4 satellite in orbit, reports CNN. According to U.S. Department of Defense officials who were monitoring the launch, the satellite reached its orbit, but is tumbling and nonfunctional. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) launched its Kwangmyŏngsŏng-4 satellite on Sunday despite objections internationally that the deployment violates earlier agreements prohibiting missile testing. Officials from concerned countries believe the rocket launches could be a front being used by North Korea to test and develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology. North Korean officials claim the launch was for “peaceful purposes” with officials asserting the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-4 satellite is an “earth observation satellite” that can be used to monitor agriculture. North Korean celebrated the launch with an official fireworks display in the capital city, Pyongyang. “We hope that the future of our space technology keeps growing and shines like these fireworks in the sky,” said an announcer during the state-sponsored broadcast. Related: Dramatic SpaceX video shows Falcon 9 rocket land, topple over, and explode South Korean officials claim to have found more than 170 pieces of debris thought to be from the North Korean rocket. Unlike previous rocket launches that produced debris suitable for further examination, North Korea is believed to have included a self-destruct feature that exploded the rocket booster to prevent other countries from studying their current technology. The Kwangmyŏngsŏng-4 satellite is not the first North Korean satellite to reach orbit and then fail. The nation launched the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-3 Unit 2 satellite in December of 2012 and reportedly achieved orbit, making North Korea the 10th country capable of deploying satellites using its launch vehicles. Despite North Korea claims that the satellite was deployed and functioning as planned, U.S. officials reported the satellite was “tumbling out of control.” Visual data obtained by Spain, Italy, and the U.K..also suggested the satellite was tumbling as it orbited the Earth. Unlike this most recent launch, fragments of the rocket used to deploy the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-3 Unit 2 were collected in 2012 and examined by South Korean missile experts. Their examination suggests the North Korean engineers relied on old technology from the 1960s and 1970s for their rocket design. Also watch: Raimond de Hullu’s vision for Oas1s green buildings Please enable Javascript to watch this video

    Digital Trends
  • Teen who killed 5 family members to be sentenced as juvenile

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A judge cleared the way Thursday for a New Mexico teenager who shot and killed his parents and three younger siblings to be sentenced as a juvenile and released from state custody by the time he turns 21 after the teen's attorneys argued he could be psychologically rehabilitated.

    Associated Press
  • North West steals the show at Kanye West's fashion event

    There were plenty of famous faces in attendance at Kanye West’s New York Fashion Week event, but the real star of the show was his adorable two-year-old daughter North West. The event took place in Madison Square Garden, and as well as a fashion show to unveil his new collection, Kanye, 38, also debuted his latest album The Life of Pablo. Among those who attended were fashion favourites Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Naomi Campbell, and Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who looked utterly charmed by North.

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