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  • Europa League - Mauricio Pochettino: Roberto Soldado miss so costly

    Roberto Soldado's embarrassing mistake was the "key" moment in Tottenham's Europa League exit.

    PA Sport Report 43 mins ago
  • BRIT Awards 2015: Kim Kardashian Has Epic Selfie Fail With Ant And Dec

    The Queen of selfies suffered an awkward moment when her phone lock got in the way of her photo with Ant & Dec.

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  • Cliff Richard investigation: 'More allegations' as investigation 'increases significantly in size'

    The police investigation into Sir Cliff Richard has ‘increased significantly in size’ since its inception and involves ‘more than one allegation’, South Yorkshire’s Chief Constable has revealed. David Crompton said the ‘expanding nature’ of the investigation meant he could not give a date when it would be concluded. In a letter to Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, Mr Crompton said the force was in regular contact with Sir Cliff’s lawyers.

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  • Stop blaming Richard Osman! Deal Or No Deal banker's identity was revealed nine years ago

    Turns out yesterday’s “exclusive” was almost a decade too late.

    SNAP.PA
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  • 'Jihadi John' from Islamic State beheading videos unmasked as Londoner

    By Michael Holden and Mark Hosenball LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The masked "Jihadi John" killer who fronted Islamic State beheading videos has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British computer programming graduate from a well-to-do London family. The black-clad militant brandishing a knife and speaking with an English accent was shown in videos released by Islamic State (IS) apparently decapitating hostages including Americans, Britons and Syrians. The 26-year-old militant used the videos to threaten the West, admonish its Arab allies and taunt President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron before petrified hostages cowering in orange jump suits.

    Reuters
  • New York Resembles A Frozen Hellscape Right Now

    New York City is suffering from record-breaking low temperatures leaving Manhattan to literally freeze over. According to meteorologists, February is set to be the coldest month on record since 1950. Parts of the Hudson River are covered with thic...

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  • Madonna Blames Brits Stairs Tumble On Cloak

    Madonna took a nasty tumble down some stairs after a costume malfunction during her first performance at the Brit Awards in 20 years. Sky's Richard Suchet, who was at the event at the O2 Arena in London, said onlookers winced as the Queen of Pop fell in front of thousands of fans. Tweeter Louise Houghton wrote: "Big respect to @Madonna @BRITAwards for carrying on so professionally & giving an awesome performance. Madonna was the last act to perform during the show, hosted by Ant and Dec, which saw Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith walk away with two prizes each.

    Sky News
  • Justices appear to favor Muslim denied job over headscarf

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Have you heard the one about the Sikh, the Hasidic Jew, the Muslim and the nun who walked into a job interview?

    Associated Press
  • Comet to be visible from Earth after surviving encounter with sun

    An unusual comet that is unlike anything seen before by scientists is expected to become visible from Earth in the coming weeks. Nasa and the European Space Agency's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, also called SOHO, spotted the comet as it skimmed past the sun. The is not thought to belong to any known family of comets and scientists have been left baffled as to how it survived its close encounter with the sun.

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  • Demi Lovato Hospitalized But Will Be OK

    *cough cough* I'm sick

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Beware, the sheep-eating plants of Chile

    Was The Day of the Triffids in fact a documentary based on the life cycle of the Puya chilensis? The macabre desert plant appears to have a knack for luring sheep to their deaths and then feasting on the remains. The Puya chilensis grows in arid climates along hillsides in Chile. The Puya chilensis traps the animals in the sharp spikes that protrude from its base.

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  • Labour Candidate Steps Down After 72 Hours

    The Labour candidate selected to fight Respect's George Galloway in Bradford West has stepped down just 72 hours after she was selected. Amina Ali, who had been a councillor from Tower Hamlets in London, tweeted: "I would like to stop the rumour mill, I have stepped down".

    Sky News
  • J. Lo & Ben Affleck Had A Moment At The Oscars

    If you thought John Travolta's stunt was this year's biggest Oscar scene, you may be wrong. The AP reports Jennifer Lopez and former fiancé Ben Affleck shared a moment at the awards show. The moment reportedly took place just after Citizenfour won the award for Best Documentary, according to the

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  • Skin clues to Alzheimer's disease

    Early diagnosis is key to preventing the loss of brain tissue in dementia, which can go undetected for years. Dr Ildefonso Rodriguez-Leyva and colleagues from the University of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, believe skin is a good candidate for uncovering hidden brain disorders. Skin has the same origin as brain tissue in the developing embryo and might, therefore, be a good window to what's going on in the mind in later life - at least at a molecular level - they reasoned. To test if the same was true in life as after death, the researchers recruited 65 volunteers - 12 who were healthy controls and the remaining 53 who had either Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's or another type of dementia.

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  • Inside Beyonce and Jay-Z's seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom LA mansion

    Take a tour around the power-couple's current living space. It's everything you imagined it would be.

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  • Paul Hollywood's wife Alex proves she's the hottest cook in the kitchen

    ALEX Hollywood – wife of Great British Bake Off’s Paul - is reminiscing about how the pair first met in Cyprus where she was working as a scuba diving instructor and he as head baker at a five star hotel. It was summer 1996 and, too early for most holidaymakers, Paul would frequently be Alex’s only charge on the first dive boat to leave for sea each morning. Keen to impress her with more than his deep sea diving prowess, Paul would arrive on his bike bearing gifts of warm, buttery croissants straight from the oven. “They were filled with a wonderful ganache made from champagne, melted chocolate, cream, and about two zillion calories,” Alex recalls.

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  • Windows 10: release date, price, news and features

    Update: Following the January 21 event, check out our post-event chats with Microsoft execs, like CEO Satya Nadella sharing his thoughts on the nitty gritty of Windows 10, which you can read below. With Windows 8 and now Windows 8.1, Microsoft tried – not entirely successfully – to make tablets part of a continuum that goes from number-crunching workstations and high-end gaming rigs through all-in-one touchscreen media systems and thin-and light notebooks down to slender touch tablets. Recently, Microsoft publicly made the first steps to doing just that, with Windows 10. Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview is available through its Windows Insider Program website.

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  • Train returns to China from Spain on the world's longest rail route

    The railways, dubbed the new 'silk route' connects the coastal Chinese town of Yiwu with Madrid, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France.

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  • Accountant told to demolish leisure centre he built in his back garden

    The luxury 'playhouse' with bowling alley was built without planning permission

    Yahoo Finance UK