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  • Disgusted Diner Shows What KFC's Ricebox Meal Actually Looks Like

    Can you tell which one is the advert and what was actually served up to a KFC customer?

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  • Sainsbury's uses legal loophole to keep part of new 5p 'charity' charge for plastic bags

    One of Britain's biggest supermarkets is using a loophole in the rules around the new 5p plastic bag charge to cut its costs and give less to charity than its rivals. This week shops in England were banned from handing out free plastic bags to customers. Under new laws they must charge at least 5p for each "single-use" bag and give the after-tax proceeds to charity. Most supermarkets are offering the same flimsy bags as before. To offer better value for money, Sainsbury's has removed all its old plastic bags from stores and replaced them with sturdier, reusable carriers for 5p, with free replacements when they wear out. But, crucially, such bags fall outside the new law, leaving the company under q
  • The Latest: Putin: Should Syria, Free Syrian Army be allies?

    BEIRUT (AP) — The latest developments after Syrian troops, emboldened by Russian airstrikes, launch a ground offensive against insurgents (all times local).

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  • Rihanna: I Tried To Be Brown's Guardian Angel

    Rihanna has explained why she took boyfriend Chris Brown back after he left her bloodied in an assault in 2009. The singer admitted that she thought she was strong enough to be with him and "was very protective of him" even after his attack before the Grammy awards in Los Angeles. The 27-year-old told Vanity Fair magazine she thought: "Maybe I'm one of those people built to handle ... this.

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  • Lucozade comes up with brilliant response to customer bottle complaint

    Katie Yore says Lucozade ruined her day. But in a brilliant post, the drinks firm may have skilfully undone the damage. Katie was far from happy with the new bottle tops, which have turned into a ‘shower head wannabe’. It would make little difference to most people, but Lucozade hadn’t factored in that Katie and people like her might want to soak their boyfriends in juice. So she took to Facebook to complain to the company’s Irish branch, writing: ‘This has been the biggest disappointment of my year along with the fact freddos are readily approaching the outrageous price of 40c. Things need to change.’ MORE: A young Tory just got egged at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester MORE:

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  • Premier League - Paper Round: Chelsea face £37m bill if they want to fire Mourinho

    Jurgen Klopp has agreed to take over Liverpool, while it will cost Chelsea a ton to dump Jose Mourinho. That and more from Wednesday's papers.

  • Student’s Appeal To Find ‘Hot Guy’ She Kissed Backfires When His GIRLFRIEND Replies

    A pretty student who thought she had met the man of her dreams was shocked when his girlfriend responded to a Facebook appeal to find him - and DUMPED him online. Pippa McKinney admitted she felt “gutted” after she found out the “hot guy” she shared a few kisses with on a birthday night out in Manchester turned out to have a girlfriend already.

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  • Ryan Thomas quits his role as builder Jason Grimshaw in Corrie

    The soap star, who has played Jason for 15 years, has Hollywood dreams.

  • Jilted Lover Suffers Burns After Revenge Acid Attack Goes Badly Wrong

    A woman who poured acid over her former lover while she sat behind him on a motorbike was left with horrific burns after the liquid blew backwards onto her face. Ung Limey, 21, emptied the toxic contents of the container over her boyfriend Leng Socheata’s helmet but she was covered in most of it as the wind blew it straight onto her. Leng, who had recently broke up with his girlfriend, crashed the bike seconds after the attack, which caused the former couple to suffer more injuries as a result.

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  • 'Oh, my God': Man who finds missing 2-year-old girl jubilant

    WARREN, Ohio (AP) — A man who found a little girl who'd been missing from her great-grandparents' home for two days sounded jubilant in a 911 call.

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  • Former Circus Tiger Freed After 12 Years Walks On Grass For The First Time

    This majestic former circus tiger has spent her whole life caged up, having never walked on grass – until now. 

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  • Plastic Bag Charge: The Items You Can Buy To Avoid Paying 5p

    Shoppers in England must pay 5p for plastic carrier bags in supermarkets from today.

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  • I'm too sexy for my dress: barely there gowns hit bridal

    Sexy in bridal gowns isn't new, but barely there looks have leaped off the backs of Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez and made their way from red carpet to wedding. What about scandalizing your ...

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  • Clinton Takes Trump, Bush and NRA to Task on Guns

    Oct 5 -- Speaking at a town hall meeting in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton focused on gun violence. She blasted Republican rivals Jeb Bush and Donald Trump over their reaction to the shooting at Umpqua Community College, saying it was “an admission of defeat and surrender.” In outlining her proposals on gun control she said, “They're not new, there's nothing unique about them other than the fact that I am so determined.”

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  • Taxi driver 'reverses over baby's pram' what he did next is even more shocking

    A taxi driver has been suspended after an outraged mum claimed he reversed his car and destroyed her nine-week-old baby’s pram. Boro Taxis, based in Middlesbrough, confirmed its driver had been suspended pending an investigation after the alleged incident on Wednesday evening. Beth Hunter, 19, had taken the £12 journey from Middlesbrough to her sister’s house in Guisborough, with newborn daughter Polly.

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  • Hope for Syrian Refugee Children

    In a crowded room in an urban refugee centre in Amman, Jordan, I met Amal* . She was busy painting a picture. Amal and her mother fled the ongoing war in Syria and are now refugees in Jordan. Amal does not know her age, or where she comes from. She just paints all day. Amal reminds me of Aylan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler who drowned in the Mediterranean Sea on his way to find asylum in Europe. Aylan did not survive the boat journey to safety in Europe. Amal was fortunate to survive her flight to Jordan. When you see the faces of young children in Amman's refugee centre run by CARE International, a sense of the scale and impact of Syria's humanitarian crisis begins to set in. The room is full of

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  • Notorious Mexican Female Assassin Is Turned Over To The Police By Her Boyfriend

    An infamous Mexican assassin has been arrested after her boyfriend turned her in. Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, 30, known as “La China”, is said to be the head of a 300-strong gang and is believed to be behind 150 murders in the past ten years.

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  • 10 Child Movie Stars Who Went Off The Rails (10 photos)

    It can be tough becoming a famous actor when you’re young. Yes, there’s adulation and money but as these celebs prove, it doesn’t take a lot for it to blow up in your face. Photos: (Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock/Department/Kazden/KeystoneUSA-Zuma/ Everett/Moviestore/Munawar Hosain/MB Pictures)

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  • Pacquiao ponders retirement

    Manny Pacquiao, considered by many as the best pound-for-pound fighter of all time, is ready to hang up his gloves.

  • Does FBI memo prove aliens DID crash near Roswell and THREE UFOs and were covered up?

    An FBI memo that has come under scrutiny following freedom of information requests even suggests each "saucer" contained three bodies of three-foot tall aliens in the legendary "alien" incident. The Roswell incident, in July 1947, went down in UFO folklore after the US Air Force announced it had found the remains of what was suspected of being a crashed flying saucer in the New Mexico desert near the town. The FBI memo now in the spotlight, dated from 1950 - three years after the Roswell incident - said each of three "saucers" contained three bodies of three-foot tall humanoid occupants, making nine aliens in total. Museum workers stumbled across the document as as they were preparing to open the Hakui Centre for UFO Research in the coastal city of Hakui, 310 miles west of Tokyo, Japan, back in 1994. q