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  • Couple Release A Bit TOO Much Information On Their Facebook Engagement Photo

    A woman who was so deliriously happy at getting engaged to her boyfriend didn’t check the Facebook photo before posting it - and let something MAJOR slip.

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  • Security Accosts Shopper Who Carried Goods To Car In Basket To Avoid 5p Bag Charge

    The new carrier bag charge turned ugly this week after security guards accosted a shopper for using a basket to take groceries to her car. 

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  • House Cat Goes Outside For The First Time And Makes This Face

    Well, we don’t actually have to imagine with Kiwi as his series of facial expressions tells the exact story. The orange tabby’s owner uploaded a series of pictures to photo sharing site Imgur, captioning it ‘Kiwi’s Adventure To The Outside’ - and what an adventure it was. Kiwi is a house cat no more.

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  • Airbus lodges patent for ‘stacked’ airline passenger seating

    French airplane maker Airbus has filed patents in Europe and the United States for split-level passenger seating configurations — an idea which has been likened to stacking passengers like blocks.

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  • Premier League - Paper Round: Gerrard may join Klopp at Liverpool

    Could Steven Gerrard head back to Liverpool and what will Jurgen Klopp do in January? That and more from the Thursday papers.

  • Man Divorces Wife On WhatsApp After Four Weeks Of Marriage

    The 21-year-old man used free messaging service WhatsApp to legally separate from his new wife - meaning he didn’t even have to pay anything to end their marriage. J Prameela Devi, a member of the state women’s commission adalat, told the Times of India: ‘He said she was like an apple and he had already tasted it. Islamic scholars are divided as to whether WhatsApp is actually a legal document, with some stating that the divorce should be carried out in person.

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  • Cheating nightclub man says sorry but hits out at woman he kissed

    A man pictured kissing a girl he met on a night says he’s ‘ruined the best thing that has ever happened’ to him. Pippa McKinney, 22, posted an appeal on Facebook the morning after the night before in a bid to get in touch with Matty Steven as she’d taken his number down wrong. But it backfired when his girlfriend responded. Matty initially responded to claims he cheated by branding Pippa a ‘liar’. But now he’s come forward to repent. MORE: ‘Cheating’ nightclub man breaks silence after girlfriend responded to picture of him kissing girl Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, he said: ‘I hold my hands up. I’ve made a massive mistake. I’ve ruined the best thing that has ever happened to me. Not

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  • Why is elephant cancer rare? Answer might help treat humans

    CHICAGO (AP) — Cancer is much less common in elephants than in humans, even though the big beasts' bodies have many more cells. That's a paradox known among scientists, and now researchers think they may have an explanation — one they say might someday lead to new ways to protect people from cancer.

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  • Hamilton baffled by Red Bull quit threats

    World champion Lewis Hamilton said Red Bull have to "keep pushing forward" rather than consider walking away from Formula One.

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  • NASA releases never-before-seen pics of the Apollo Missions (23 photos)

    After decades hidden in archives, thousands of pictures of the Apollo space missions have now been publically released online. Some 13,000 NASA images were put onto the Project Apollo Archive Flickr page, all taken by astronauts on the manned Apollo missions between 1961 and 1972 using Hasselbald cameras. Epic views of earth from space, retro-looking snaps of the rocket equipment and, of course, man’s very first steps onto the surface of the moon are captured in the series. Unsurprisingly in such an extensive collection, there are also plenty of blurry snaps, fingers over lenses and dark smudges where someone forgot to switch on the flash. In addition, the astronauts chose to capture some of the more mundane aspects of life aboard a spaceship, photographing each other shaving, napping, eating meals and brushing their teeth.

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  • Russian cruise missile strikes fired without advanced notice - U.S.

    Russia fired cruise missiles at Syrian targets this week without giving any advanced notice, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Thursday, describing a trend of unpredictable military action that has put the United States and its allies on edge. A U.S.-led coalition is carrying out air strikes against Islamic State militants in both Iraq and Syria, a campaign that Washington has vowed will continue despite Russia's escalating military activity in Syria.

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  • Stressed Mum Praises Waitrose For Letting Her Take Home Shopping For FREE

    A mother who was struggling with a poorly baby was reduced to tears when she was told by Waitrose she could take her shopping home for free after she forgot her purse. Joanna Johnson had headed out to the supermarket in Milton Keynes after her 16-month-old son Flynn had been crying all day, suffering from a cold and teething pain. Joanna wrote a post on the Waitress Facebook page, praising the store for helping her out when she was “totally at my wit’s end”.

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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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  • ‘Electromagnetic Pulse’ Weapon Could Kill 90% Of America, Warns Presidential Candidate

    John McAfee warns that the cyber weapon could devastate America

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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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  • Britain takes star baker in a headscarf to its heart

    LONDON (AP) — In sweet-toothed Britain, the hottest entertainment sensation is a televised baking contest in which amateur pastry chefs battle it out over cakes, tortes, trifles and flans. And in a country roiled by questions of immigration and identity, "The Great British Bake Off" has produced a new heroine — a headscarf-wearing Muslim woman who's a genius with sugar, eggs and flour.

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  • Police Officers Caught Taking 'Human Barbecue' Selfies At Shoreham Air Crash Resign

    Two police officers investigated over a social media post from the site of the Shoreham air disaster have quit the force, Sussex Police has said. According to the Independent, it allegedly included a Snapchat video, a selfie of themselves and a hashtag describing the incident as a “human barbecue.” The unnamed officers, aged 23 and 24, who were part-way through their two-year probationary period, resigned after a disciplinary hearing found they should be dismissed, the Press Association reports. Forensics examine the aftermath of the crash which claimed 11 lives Chief Constable Giles York said the pair were "remorseful" but added their behaviour was "inexplicable" and had caused distress to families

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  • WATCH: Albanian gang charging fellow migrants to use shower sparks mass brawl

    IG The unrest in Hamburg saw dozens of Syrian, Afghan and Albanian men clash in a warehouse used to house newly arrived migrants, with many brandishing knives and IRON BARS. Witnesses reported seeing a man holding a gun to the head of another migrant. Police with dogs arrested five in the violent dispute, although the weapon was not found. ***SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH THE VIDEO*** Five people were injured, including a volunteer aid worker. The dispute centred on the use of showers at the facility, which is in the Wilhelmsburg district of Hamburg. Albanian migrants were said to be charging other nationalities to use the wash areas. A mattress and a tent used to shelter Albanian refugees was set on q
  • Russia's bombs have hit just TWO ISIS targets, Turkey blasts, as anger with Putin mounts

    Speaking after Russian jets violated Turkish air space on two occasions Mr Davuto?lu said: "We would not want any tensions with Russia, but it is our right as a neighbour to expect Russia to respect Turkey's airspace and borders and to respect Turkey's interests in Syria." Russian warplanes have violated Turkey's borders on two occasions in recent days. q