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    • Manchester United Prepare Lucrative Deal in Signing Barcelona Star Lionel Messi - Report

      Manchester United are preparing a lucrative deal in signing Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at the end of the season, according to the Metro. United chiefs showed the exit door to David Moyes on Tuesday, with Ryan Giggs taking the role of interim manager for the remaining fixtures for this…

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      • Malaysia Airlines MH370: Reports Speculate that Missing Plane May Have Landed and Not Crashed

        The mystery of the vanished Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has taken a new twist with the international team probing the incident now considering the possibility that the plane may have landed rather than ended up in the Indian Ocean, according to various media reports. Peter Herzig, Executive…

        IB Times
        • Cher Lloyd Gets Publicist To Hold Up Sign Of Her Name On Red Carpet - Super Awks

          Things got a little awkward for the former X Factor star

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          • Blood Of World’s Oldest Woman Shows Life Limit

            Scientists who examined the body of one of the world's oldest women say dying stem cells may be the "limit" on our lifespans. They say two-thirds of Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper's blood at the time of her death originated from just two stem cells - humans are born with around 20,000. The findings…

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            • Victoria Beckham Is Super Slimline As She Recycles Her Standard Airport Look

              VB decided to stick to with her tried and tested look

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              • Barlow's latest single a chart flop

                Gary Barlow has achieved what is thought to be his worst ever performance in the UK singles chart - failing to even make the top 100.

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                • RAF Jet Chases Russian Planes Away From UK

                  Two Russian bombers which flew close to UK airspace have been chased away by an RAF jet fighter. They were turned away from Britain when a Typhoon fighter was scrambled from RAF Leuchars in Fife. Aircrew stationed at the base are on standby to intercept unidentified aircraft at a moment's notice.…

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                  • Camilla's Brother In Revolving Door Death

                    The Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand died after falling backwards while trying to re-enter a revolving door, New York police have said. The 62-year-old travel writer slipped in the early hours of Wednesday outside the Gramercy Hotel's Rose Bar in Manhattan. Mr Shand was taken to hospital…

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                    • In Pictures: Kate Middleton Rounds Up Royal Tour in Chic White Cocktail Dress

                      Prince William and Kate Middleton have attended their last engagement of the royal tour in Canberra, Australia on Thursday evening. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception hosted by Governor General Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove at Government House in Canberra to round off their…

                      IB Times
                      • The banks customers are deserting

                        As thousands take advantage of new bank switching rules, a report highlights which are losing most customers.

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                        • UK nurse leaves Sri Lanka after tattoo jail ordeal

                          A British nurse jailed in Sri Lanka for sporting a Buddha tattoo left the country Thursday after suffering what she says was sexual and other harassment by prison officers.

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                          • The £14.5 million Chelsea home with amazing history

                            Owners have spent millions doing the property justice

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                            • India: Woman Donates Kidney as Dowry, Then Kills Herself

                              A 28-year-old woman in eastern India is reported to have committed suicide in what appears to be a case of dowry death. According to reports, Poonam Devi, mother of two, from Hazaribagh district in the state of Jharkhand, allegedly set herself on fire on 16 April. She died as a result of her burn…

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                              • Hobbit star Mikael Persbrandt sentenced to jail in cocaine case

                                A while ago at the 'Desolation of Smaug' premiere Hobbit star Martin Freeman joked that the films were 'mainly fuelled by cocaine'. The rest of it was speedballs, but a lot of it was just coke," he surely can't have known that one of the Hobbit's actors would later go on to be arrested on cocaine…

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                                • Bloodied shirt, unwashed fork: JPII relics abound

                                  ROME (AP) — Inside a chapel on the edge of Rome, a nun uses a key to open a wooden wall panel, revealing a hidden niche. Behind glass and stitched loosely to supporting backing hangs a relic of holy suffering: the bullet-pocked, bloodstained undershirt that John Paul II was wearing when a gunman…

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                                  • Giant Antarctica Iceberg Puts Nasa On Alert

                                    An iceberg bigger than Chicago is being monitored by Nasa after breaking into the ocean off Antarctica. NASA has been monitoring Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier since a crack was spotted in 2011, amid fears any iceberg could contribute to rising sea levels. "The iceberg is now well out of Pine…

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                                    • Arrested Mum 'Struggled With Children's Care'

                                      A mother arrested on suspicion of murdering her three disabled children centred her life on them but often had to cope alone, according to a family friend. Tania Clarence, 42, was taken into custody after police found the bodies of the children at her home in New Malden, south London, on Tuesday…

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                                      • The story of the British citizen who was stripped of her passport

                                        By Ian Dunt The holiday wasn't supposed to last long. Jean Gander had travelled back to Zambia, where she grew up, to visit family. She couldn't have known that 15 months later she would still be there. She is still … Continue reading →

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                                        • Gherkin tower enters receivership

                                          London's Gherkin has been placed into administration, with Deloitte's paving the way to sell the skyscraper

                                          Telegraph43 mins ago