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  • Goat Born With A Human Face Sends Village Into Meltdown

    This goat born with the face of a human baby has provoked a bidding war as people desperately tried to buy it from the farmer it belonged to. Farmer Ibrahim Basir refused all cash offers after the goat was born on his property in Felda, Malaysia, instead choosing to hand it over to the Veterinary Services Department so it could be studied. Ibrahim told local media he was shocked when he found out that one of his goats had given birth to a kid that had the features of a human baby.

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  • Watch: No One Knows What This Mysterious Sea Creature Actually Is

    This mysterious sea creature has fishermen baffled after they spotted it floating off the coast of China. It was also most likely a young whale, as the species is capable of growing several times larger.

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  • Here's What Pippa Middleton Eats Every Day

    Three square meals a day, and moderation in all things.​

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  • Six refugee families win legal action after being refused UK admission

    Six refugee families who were refused admission to the UK have won their legal action against the Home Office.

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  • Fed-Up Dad Takes Photos Of Blocked Driveway For TWO YEARS In Parking Battle

    Gary Setterfield says he has to put up with cars parked outside his house every day blocking him from pulling out of his own drive. The problems began in 2012 when the housing association built a series of awkwardly-arranged drives in an attempt to stop people parking wherever they wanted down the road in Withington, Manchester.

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  • If You Can Spot The Greggs’ Cheese And Onion Pasty In These Steak Bakes You Have A Problem

    There have been a lot of clever optical illusions recently but this one will possibly shame you if you get the answer right. This collection of Steak Bakes from Greggs has a sneaky intruder hiding away somewhere - a cheese and onion pasty.

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  • Beyond Carry On: Sid James's 20 best - and weirdest

    When Sidney James died on April 26, 1976 he was a ubiquitous presence in Britain; provincial ABC picture houses were packing them in with a Carry On revival; he was the the genial star of the ITV sitcom Bless This House; and when he died he was onstage in Sunderland, performing in the play The Mating Season. Lackery Wood (aka “The Wandsworth Boy”), one of two career thieves hired by Alec Guinness to rob the Bank of England, was the first of several roles James played for Ealing Studios.

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  • 15 Lazy Weight Loss Tricks That'll Help You Drop Pounds Without Even Trying (15 photos)

    You don't need to spend hours at the gym—science says so.​​ From Redbook

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  • Obama fails to swing Britain behind EU as 'Out' takes poll lead

    By Guy Faulconbridge and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Opponents of Britain's European Union membership have edged into the lead over the past two weeks, according to a YouGov poll which indicated President Barack Obama's intervention failed to swing support behind "In" vote in a June 23 referendum. The online survey for The Times taken on April 25-26 showed support for the Out campaign had risen 3 percentage points to 42 percent since a similar survey on April 12-14, while support for the "In" campaign had risen 1 percentage point to 41 percent. President Barack Obama on Friday warned Britain would be "in the back of the queue" for a trade deal with the United States if it dropped out of the EU, an unusually strong intervention into British politics that "In" campaigners welcomed.

    Reuters
  • Lisa Riley talks to the Loose Women panel about shedding an amazing EIGHT stones

    The Loose Women panel admit they didn't even recognise Lisa Riley after her dramatic weight loss:

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  • Junior doctors won't admit it, but their strike helps the Brexit cause

    Money is at the heart of the junior doctors' dispute with the Government. Supporters of the medics' industrial action suggest that the new contract is being brought in as part of a wider "austerity" intiative to save money, while critics point out that the main grievance left unresolved is how much extra doctors get paid more to work on Saturdays. Europhiles like Jeremy Hnnt argue that the NHS is getting the money it needs, and that continued EU membership is the best option as it saves the health service from the billions of cuts necessary to make Brexit work.

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  • Widow finds secret love note from husband after his death in unexpected place 

    The note reads: "I love you Becca. Whatever day this is, I hope it's a good one. God truly answered my prayers the day he gave me you. “I know that these days are the best I'll ever have, and I'm glad you're in them. I'm not sure if you'll ever see this, but if you do, just know that I love you very much. “If there is one thing want in life, it is to be as good to you as you are to me. If I can do that, I'll be the happiest man alive. - I love you beautiful wife.” His son said he hoped his father’s message would live on, adding: “Thanks for the love guys. You don't have to send me anything. I only ask that you love one another so there can be peace. Leave the world better than you found it.”

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  • Maxine Peake: Victoria Wood told me I was fat

    Speaking on the Graham Norton show, broadcast on Friday night, Peake paid tribute to Wood and the advice she had given her. “I was a lot larger then and the wonderful Victoria gave me a little chat. She said, ‘You’re fat, you’re blond and you’re northern, you’ll get typecast.’ “She felt it was what she had experienced. I’d been told at drama school but when someone like Victoria said it I took notice and lost loads of weight. But unfortunately I did it a bit too quick and I had to wear a fat suit for the second series!

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  • Kaley Cuoco Is Celebrating The End Of "Big Bang Theory" With A New 'Do

    Sometimes, as an actor, it can be easy to get caught up in the life and personality of the character you play (we can only assume, at least!). Think about it: You're embodying an entirely different person, often for long periods of time, so we're sure identity crises are prevalent. Well, one way actress Kaley Cuoco separates real-life Kaley from her character Penny on TheBig Bang Theory is by changing up her hair. "It's very important for me to change my look after wrapping each season :)," she captioned a new Instagram photo, which shows her getting long, blond extensions. "I love playing Penny, but it's good for me to bring it back to Kaley. 🙋🏼 Last year I chopped it all off — this year I'm

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  • Hot Football Transfer Gossip: Ibrahimovic, Kante, Xhaka, Vermaelen, Oscar, Hummels

    It’s time to accept that in the coming weeks, until his contract at Paris Saint-Germain expires, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be incessantly linked with a move to Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal. Today is merely one of the days he is being linked with Arsenal. The Star reports that Gunners manager Arsene Wenger has started taking an “active interest” in the Swede, which sounds a bit like he’s been following him around Paris in a car with blacked-out windows, or at least checking Zlatan’s Instagram a lot.

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  • The insane 4,500-calorie diet of heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua

    New IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua is known for his early knockouts and gargantuan yet lean build. The 26-year-old, who's 6'6" and weighed 244 pounds ahead of his last world title win against American Charles Martin, doesn't look like a lot of other heavyweight boxers. British rival Tyson Fury, for example, is noticeably more fluffy around the mid-region.

    Business Insider UK
  • "Dad Is Gone:" What Happens To Children Born After The Sex Tourists Leave

    In 2014, Swiss photographers Stéphanie Borcard and Nicolas Métraux were in the Philippines documenting the stories of women trying to leave sex work when they learned about the children many call tisoy. Born to Filipina mothers, their fathers are foreigners, some of whom came to the Southeast Asian country as sex tourists and never returned again. "The children face bullying at school and have to grow up without a father. Some idealize their paternal figure and start posting YouTube videos to find their dads. But usually, they do not have enough reliable information about their fathers to get in touch or find them," Borcard and Métraux told Refinery29 by email. In the predominantly Catholic country,

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  • Donkeys Gather To Say A Final Farewell To Their Fallen Friend

    This is the heartwarming moment that a group of donkeys at a sanctuary in Holland gathered to remember the life of their fallen friend. Bram the donkey first arrived at the Donkey Farm Foundation almost two years ago - having spent the most part of his life suffering from serious neglect and loneliness. Sadly, Bram died earlier this year after suffering from a lung condition, and it was only a matter of time before the sanctuary’s donkeys turned out in their droves to say a final farewell to their buddy.

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  • Ancient 4,800-Year-Old Fossil Of Mum Cradling Baby Discovered In Taiwan

    This might just be the longest hug that history has ever seen - after archaeologists unearthed a 4,800 year old fossil of a young mother and child locked in a loving embrace. The incredible discovery was among 48 sets of remains that were unearthed from graves in Taichung, Central Taiwan - which included the final resting places of five children.

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