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  • Oil prices fall on surprise jump in US crude stocks

    Oil prices fell Wednesday as US official data showed that the country's crude stockpiles rose stronger than expected last week

    AFP
  • NASA Blurred Out Image Of UFO Sighted Near Sun — UFO May Have Destroyed Satellite To Send Warning, Blogger Claims

    Prolific UFO hunter Streetcap1 claims he has detected in a recent LASCO C3 photo, a massive UFO with an intricate articulated design near our sun. The photograph was captured by the SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) satellite in halo orbit around the Sun-Earth L1 gravitational balance point from where it transmits to Earth a continuous stream of near-real-time data about solar activity used to predict space weather in the vicinity of the sun. The alleged massive UFO, about the size of the moon, has a complex articulated design suggestive of a sophisticated craft built by a very advanced extraterrestrial technological civilization. Scott Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, observes that the crystal-like shape of the object is unlike natural objects or space rocks.

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  • Check out Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's dramatic new hairdo

    Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has had her hair chopped off.

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  • Owners let Hulk the 12-stone pit bull play with toddler son - Telegraph

    Despite the lethal potential of Hulk and the couple's many other dogs, three-year-old Jordan has grown up with them within arm's reach. Mrs Grennan, 24, who is herself dwarfed by 17-month-old Hulk, said the American pit bull terrier breed is misunderstood. Mr Grennan, a former boxer, formed the company 10 years ago with just two dogs after suffering a hand injury that ended his career. These include more than more than a dozen highly trained pit bulls and a single chihuahua.

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  • Adam Johnson: Footballer arrested after schoolgirl boasted of 'relationship' - Telegraph

    The player, who has had 12 caps for England, has since been suspended by Sunderland AFC, pending the outcome of the investigation. Johnson’s partner, Stacey Flounders, is reported to have given birth to their daughter just seven weeks ago. A statement from Sunderland said: “Sunderland AFC has confirmed that Adam Johnson has been suspended from the club, pending the outcome of a police investigation.

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  • Dragons Den reject has last laugh, making millions selling cut-price food

    Approved Food ships out-of-date food to 600 households a day, cashing in on Britons' love of deals and discounts

    Telegraph
  • Going at top speed: UK luxury car makers leave rivals in their wake

    Britain’s booming luxury car makers have stormed into the Geneva Motor Show to steal the limelight from under the noses of their foreign rivals. Show-stopping Aston Martin and Bentley set tongues wagging by taking the wraps off cars which had remained hidden before the show – but that point the way towards significant expansion of both brands, including into each others’ territory. Aston Martin’s boss Andy Palmer arrived at the Geneva Motor Show hot-foot from the Far East where he accompanying Prince William – complete with chauffeur-driven white Aston Martin – on a British export drive to Japan. In short, the prototype DBX is aimed at James Bond the family man, swapping his licence to kill for a marriage licence and children.

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  • How the Brits misunderstand America

    It's something that perpetually intrigues because the longer I live in America, the more different I think our two nations are and the more I feel Brits misunderstand the US, and vice versa. Interestingly, the hardest things to reconcile seem to be America's role in the world, what it should and should not be, and America's relationship with guns. One American businessman suggested he felt he was repeatedly tripped up by the continuing resentment of the invasion of Iraq which still sours British perceptions of America. What's less clear to Brits is what they want from America today.

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown's Husband Nick Gordon Posts Desperate Suicide Tweet On Eve Of Her Birthday

    Bobbi is showing no sign of improvement after falling into a coma in January

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  • Becky's family devastated by finds

    The family of missing teenager Becky Watts have spoken of their devastation at hearing that body parts have been found in the search for her.

    Press Association
  • Australia gives Chinese billionaire 90 days to sell £20 million Sydney mansion

    The spectacular house in Sydney’s exclusive Point Piper was sold last October by Julia Ross, an Australian entrepreneur who made her fortunes in recruitment and has moved to London. The deal set a record in Australia for a non-waterfront home. But the property was reportedly purchased illegally by Mr Xu via a network of companies based in Australia, Hong Kong and the British Virgin Islands. The forced sale follows growing concerns about Australia’s surging property market and the impact of foreign buyers, particularly from China.

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  • Kim Kardashian Has Apparently Hired A 'Bum Therapist' After Being Left Unhappy With Pap Pics

    The 34-year-old reality star is reportedly having weekly sessions on her famous posterior to make her body appear slimmer.

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  • Suzanne Shaw Announces Pregnancy To Fiance Sam Greenfield In The Cutest Possible Way - WATCH

    The former Hear'Say star filmed her husband's reaction to the news.

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  • Mother Guilty Of Killing Daughter Amid Affair

    Polly Chowdhury, 35, and Kiki Muddar, 43, were convicted at the Old Bailey on Wednesday of the manslaughter of Chowdhury's daughter Ayesha Ali. The cause of the girl's death was recorded as a head injury, but Ayesha had suffered more than 50 injuries, including a bite mark on her shoulder and carpet burns. Examples from 41,000 text messages between the pair were read out in court to show how Muddar would influence her lover by telling her that Ayesha was "evil". The court heard that on 29 August, 2013, Muddar dialled 999 to report Chowdhury had tried to kill herself in the bath and that Ayesha was dead.

    Sky News
  • Canadians Asked To Stop 'Spocking' Bank Notes

    Canadians have been asked to stop drawing Leonard Nimoy-inspired Mr Spock pictures on their $5 bank notes. For years, fans of the famous Star Trek character have been scribbling on the face of former PM Wilfrid Laurier - Canada's first Francophone prime minister - on $5 banknotes.

    Sky News
  • Jihadi fighters are portrayed as 'eye candy' to lure young British Muslim girls to Syria

    One woman - who used the name 'Ayesha' to protect her identity - said that she was contacted by extremists when she was 16 or 17. Ayesha, who is now in her early twenties, said that she was sent messages "bordering on harassment" by radicals, telling her she was "extremely attractive".

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  • Snow closes schools and hits travel

    The Met Office has a yellow "be aware" warning in place for Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales. It warns of wintry showers with ice and snow falling to low levels in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Snow could accumulate to depths of 4-8cm at around 200m in western parts of Scotland. The Met Office said ice would be a hazard across much of northern Britain.

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  • 25 Mind-Blowing Facts About Vladimir Putin

    Vladimir Putin has been top dog in the Russian Federation since the turn of the millennium, despite the fact that for four of those years he was not even the President. Having assumed office as Acting President on December 31, 1999, following Boris Yeltsin’s resignation, Putin was then elected to two four-year terms before he stepped down to allow his protege Dmitry Medvedev to take over. Such has been Putin’s dominance over the nation that he has been accused of moving Russia from the liberal democracy established following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 back towards an autocratic state. Accusations of vote-rigging at elections, the passing of anti-liberal laws and the invasion of neighbouring territories in Ukraine and Georgia have even led many political commentators to label Putin as a modern-day dictator.

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  • Paul Gambaccini: Limit pre-charge bail to 28 days - Telegraph

    Mr Gambaccini told MPs on the Home Affairs select committee that he would “enthusiastically support” the plans because “there is no possible excuse for further delay in leaving someone out to dry”. Mr Gambaccini forfeited more than £200,000 in lost earnings and legal costs during his year on bail, when he was unable to work because of publicity surrounding the allegation, which he described as "completely fictitious".

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