• Michael Jackson's Bodyguards Reveal Singer's Alleged Romances

    Michael Jackson reportedly had an Eastern European girlfriend. The pop icons bodyguards Javon Beard and Bill Whitfield have made the revelations regarding  Jackson's love life in a book about their time as the singer's closest aides. In the book titled Remember the Time: Protecting Michael…

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    • Sir Cliff Richard: 'If I Was Gay Would it Make Any Difference?'

      Sir Cliff Richard has spoken out about his sexuality for the first time. Responding to a query regarding his sexuality he told an interviewer on Australian television programme A Current Affair : "If I was gay would it make any difference?" I have got gay friends. Most people have gay friends.

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      • South Korean Ferry Disaster: Condition of Bodies Puzzles Investigators

        The search for the 270 passengers still missing on the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol is continuing, as medical experts reveal that the state of the bodies recovered so far is making it difficult to establish time and cause of death. Noting the recovered bodies had begun to lose rigor mortis…

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        • English Football Cocaine Scandal: Police Investigate 'Major Club'

          British police have been called in to investigate a suspected drugs scandal inside one of England's most famous football clubs. Allegations include senior club officials being caught snorting cocaine off boardroom tables. The incident where one or more board members were allegedly caught snorting…

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          • Coren Mitchell makes poker history

            Television presenter and journalist Victoria Coren Mitchell went all in to scoop nearly £400,000 and make poker history tonight.

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            • Malaysia, Flight 370 relatives talk financial help

              As the search continued off the coast of Australia for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, the airline announced another plane bound for India was forced to make an emergency landing early Monday after ...

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              • Josie: I came close to ending it

                Josie Gibson has told how she hit "rock bottom" and considered taking her own life after an unflattering snap of her in a bikini was published.

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                  • Chinese Grand Prix - Result changed after chequered flag blunder

                    The Chinese Grand Prix was cut short because of an error with the chequered flag, which was waved a lap early.

                    • Oscar Pistorius Accused of Taking Acting Lessons Before Murder Trial

                      Oscar Pistorius has been accused of taking acting lessons before standing trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. In an open letter to the blade runner, South African journalist Jani Allan alleges that Pistorius had taken guidance from one of her 'close friends' before taking the…

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                      • Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart

                        NASHPORT, Ohio (AP) — A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning even after 70 years of marriage have died 15 hours apart.

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                        • 5 Unanswered Questions About Jesus

                          As Christians worldwide gather for Easter to celebrate their belief in the death and rebirth of Jesus, researchers continue to delve into the mysteries that surround the man. The following are five questions about Jesus that, for now, at least, remain unanswered. In 2008, astronomer Dave Reneke…

                          • Global breakthrough: Irish scientists discover how to mass produce ‘wonder material’ graphene

                            These single-atom thick sheets of carbon made from graphite could potentially revolutionise many parts of our lives.

                            • South Korea Ferry Captain Slammed By President

                              South Korea's president says the behaviour of the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry was "tantamount to murder". In a meeting with senior aides, President Park Geun-Hye said: "The actions of the captain and some crew members were utterly incomprehensible, unacceptable and tantamount…

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                              • China's Most Expensive Production Car Sells for £500,000

                                Communist China's FAW Group has sold its first Hongqi ("Red Flag") L5, the company has announced at the Beijing auto show. The first customer was Wang Zhonghua, who owns a nationwide furniture mall chain. The FAW Group Corp – formerly First Automotive Works - is China's local manufacturing…

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                                • Powdered alcohol is now a thing that will be sold in shops

                                  It’s called Palcohol, and it’s only in the US for now.

                                  • Mercedes, BMW chase ultra rich clients with new high end cars

                                    Premium auto maker BMW unveiled a luxury concept sedan in Beijing on Sunday, to gauge customer appetite for a car that would cost more than German manufacturer's current flagship 7 series limousine. Ian Robertson, BMW Group's board member responsible for sales and marketing said the car is being…

                                    • Mila Kunis's Bump on Full Display During Southern Getaway With Ashton Kutcher

                                      Though Mila Kunis has yet to confirm that she is expecting her first child with fiancé Ashton Kutcher, she's also not going out of her way to hide her growing bump anymore either.

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                                      • Gibraltar fire stops global online betting

                                        Smoke billows behind residential buildings following an explosion at Gibraltar's power plant on April 20, 2014

                                        • Student fought bureaucrats for Holocaust justice

                                          AMSTERDAM (AP) — Charlotte van den Berg was a 20-year-old college student working part-time in Amsterdam's city archives when she and other interns came across a shocking find: letters from Jewish Holocaust survivors complaining that the city was forcing them to pay back taxes and late payment…

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