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  • Libyan Troops 'Raped Man In Cambridge Park'

    Moktar Ali Saad Mahmoud, 33, and Ibrahim Abugtila, 23, acted like "two hunting dogs" when they attacked the man in his 20s in Cambridge on 26 October, a court heard. The pair were arrested while being trained at Bassingbourn Barracks, near Cambridge, as part of the Government's agreement to help rebuild war-torn Libya after the collapse of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime in 2011. Prosecutor John Farmer told Cambridge Crown Court they met the "complete stranger" in the city centre at 3.26am.

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  • Frank Lampard has a disgusting habit

    The England star's secret shame

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  • Evans fury at check-in desk snub

    DJ Chris Evans vented his fury at British Airways online after not being allowed on a plane to fly back to the UK. The broadcaster, who presents the Radio 2 breakfast show, told his fans in a series of tweets how he had been stranded in France. He said

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  • Miley Cyrus Hints at Being Bisexual After Split from Patrick Schwarzenegger

    From pink armpits to wearing pasties Miley Cyrus has never been afraid to be herself. Now she's saying not all of her relationships have been with men.

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  • Net loss! Dragon forced to tear up tennis court hidden on giant estate

    When you’ve got a sprawling 200-acre home in the country, finding room for a tennis court doesn’t usually present too many problems. There has even been speculation that his error only came to light when eagle-eyed staff spotted the court nestled in a wood thanks to an aerial shot on Google Earth.

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  • Woman seeks rescue from boyfriend in online pizza order

    The Avon Park Pizza Hut employees spotted what Cheryl Treadway wrote in the comment section of her online order. Employees recognized Treadway as a regular customer and called the sheriff's office. Highlands County Sheriff's deputies went to the home, where they were greeted by Treadway, who was carrying a small child.

    Associated Press
  • Judge refuses to sentence woman found five times over the drink-drive limit

    A judge refused to sentence a woman caught five times over the drink-drive limit until he could check she was getting proper help for her alcohol problem. Sales assistant Jade Rayner, 23, crashed while on her way home from a drinking binge on her own at bars on Deansgate in Manchester city centre. District Judge Jonathon Finestein, sitting at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court, said:

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  • Duke, Duchess And Baby Princess Leave Palace

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their four-day-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, are heading to their Norfolk home. William and Kate left London this afternoon with their two children and are travelling to Anmer Hall, their bolthole in the countryside, Kensington Palace has confirmed. Princess Charlotte was shown off to the world on Saturday evening at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, and slept soundly throughout the photo call.

    Sky News
  • Victoria's Cross: the Untold Story of Britain's Highest Award for Bravery by Gary Mead, review: 'disturbing conclusions'

    The aptly named Ethel Grimwood was the wife of a British official in India who, after her husband was murdered by mutineers in 1891, led a column of Gurkhas out of a besieged British HQ, fighting off continual attacks until she was shot in the neck just as a relief force reached the column. Grimwood’s courage deserved the VC, suggests Mead, but she was awarded the obscure Red Cross award for saving lives. The same was true of Margot Turner, a British Army nurse, whose indomitable courage in the Japanese POW camps inspired the popular Eighties TV series Tenko. Imprisoned and beaten by the Japanese, she inspired fellow prisoners with her bravery - but although she was awarded the same Red Cross medal as Grimwood, she missed the VC, which Mead suggests her courage merited.

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  • Furious row over Cameron 'lie'

    A furious row has erupted between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats after a senior Lib Dem accused David Cameron of "lying" over claims the Tories were close to winning an outright majority in the General Election on Thursday. The Lib Dem peer and campaign spokesman Lord Scriven claimed Mr Cameron had admitted privately to Nick Clegg that the Conservatives could not get the seats they needed to form a majority government.

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  • VIDEO: Warnings issued as Hampshire's disease-ridden tick population set to 'explode'

    WALKERS and outdoor workers are being warned against the dangers of disease ridden ticks as populations of the blood sucking bugs in Hampshire explode. Director of public health Dr Ruth Milton said: “Ticks can transmit bacteria that cause diseases, such as Lyme disease, which can lead to very serious conditions if left untreated.

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  • Food critic Josh Ozersky found dead in Chicago hotel

    Food critic Josh Ozersky, whose witty and snarky writing generally focused on his obsession with all things meat, has died in Chicago. Ozersky, who was in the city for the James Beard Foundation Awards, was found dead in his room at the Conrad Chicago Hotel on Monday, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Ozersky was a food writer for Esquire magazine and frequent contributor to other publications including Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal and Food & Wine.

    Associated Press
  • David Beckham's Daughter Harper Helps Him 'Feel Pretty' After A 'Heavy Night' Of Birthday Partying

    ANYWAY, the reason we're praising the birth of David's Instagram account is because he's only gone and added some more photos of joy, and we're celebrating. According to The Sun, the Beckhams hired snake-charmers and belly dancers for the event, and even roped in their pal Gordon Ramsay to cater for the whole thing, which was reported to have set the family back a mere £250,000.

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  • Boston Marathon bomber cries at federal death penalty trial

    For the first time in court, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev dropped his blank, impassive demeanor and cried as his sobbing aunt briefly took the stand Monday in his federal death penalty trial. Tsarnaev, 21, wiped tears from his eyes quickly and fidgeted in his chair as his mother's sister sobbed uncontrollably. The aunt, Patimat Suleimanova, cried as she sat down about 10 feet from Tsarnaev.

    Associated Press
  • Mother who tripped on back step, breaking her ankle has leg AMPUTATED

    You never think the worst will happen to you, but for Bec Reed, 43, what began as a completely normal day, resulted in a harrowing life change. 'It just went numb and all floppy and my kids were telling me 'just stand up' and I couldn't,' she told Daily Mail Australia. The doctors told Reed she had broken her ankle 'spectacularly' but after a week in hospital, three surgical wounds, plates, screws and pins fusions, she headed home, thinking her ordeal was over.

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  • Worst Dressed Celebrities This Week (1-7 May) (15 photos)

    Kris Jenner, Irina Shayk and Katy Perry land in our worst dressed list this week... Erm, it looks like you're still wearing your PJ bottoms, Cara Delevingne. The glasses are scaring us, Gaga! Lady Gaga channelled her inner ostrich at the airport this week. It looks like Rihanna forgot to wear a bra to her own after-party! Anne Hathaway looked to be channelling her inner Star Wars in her metallic Ralph Lauren creation at the 2015 Met Gala.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Paedophile's daughter gives evidence to help search of missing girl

    Sandra Brown (pictured) believes that the body of 11-year-old Moira Anderson, who disappeared almost 60 years ago, will be found in an isolated pond in North Lanarkshire, Scotland.

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  • Britain's UKIP drops candidate for saying he'd shoot rival

    Britain's political leaders visited factories, farms, supermarkets and schools Wednesday on the final day of campaigning before an election predicted to be excruciatingly close and frustratingly indecisive. The election race drew to a bumpy close for the U.K. Independence Party, which suspended a candidate for making remarks about shooting his Conservative opponent in the head. Robert Blay, who was running in the southern English seat of North East Hampshire, was recorded by an undercover reporter saying of Conservative candidate Ranil Jayawardena that he would "put a bullet between his eyes" if Jayawardena became prime minister.

    Associated Press
  • Hot Chocolate Singer Errol Brown Dies

    Errol Brown, the frontman and co-founder of British soul band Hot Chocolate, has died at the age of 71. The singer was most famous for hits in the 1970s and 1980s including You Sexy Thing, It Started With A Kiss and So You Win Again. He had suffered

    Sky News
  • Is this the rudest CEO resignation letter ever?

    The chief executive officer of a high profile Indian startup dramatically quit the company by sending a scathing letter, before withdrawing his resignation and agreeing to stick around. Rahul Yadav, co-founder and CEO of the property website Housing.com, wrote a note accusing board members of lacking intellectual capability, signed off with a “cheers”, as reported by The Economic Times . Dear board members and investors, I don't think you guys are intellectually capable enough to have any sensible discussion anymore.

    Telegraph