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  • Liga - Luis Enrique hails first-half show as Barcelona win

    "The team continues to grow and it was the best first half considering all aspects of our play so far," Luis Enrique, in his first season at the helm, told a news conference. Barcelona continued to control the game despite having to play most of the second half with a man less following the dismissal of fullback Jordi Alba, who received two yellow cards in succession for complaining to the referee. In the second half we did not suffer even though we had 10 men," said Luis Enrique.

    Reuters 48 mins ago
  • Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Are Pictured Sleeping In ECONOMY Class On Armenia Flight

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been pictured flying with us mere mortals in ECONOMY during their trip to Armenia. Yep, despite having an estimated joint worth of $155 million, Kimye opted to sit in with everybody else when they flew to Armenia to explore the Kardashians' ancestory. Armenia felt the force of Kardashian Fever earier this month, when the Klan visited the country to learn more about their roots and to watch Kanye perform in the middle of a lake.

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  • Woman tells BBC's This World about life under the ISIS regime

    A woman who managed to escape the clutches of Islamic State has revealed how people are living in fear and suffering under the terror organisation. The woman, who did not want to be identified, told a BBC documentary that airs tonight that she has seen people killed in front of her for breaking the rules enforced by IS.

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  • Dragons cash in Magic Whiteboard stake

    Dragons’ Den investors Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis have cashed in their stakes in Magic Whiteboard, the Worcester-based manufacturer of reusable, sticky rolls of whiteboard, for more than £600,000, taking the amount generated from the business over the lifetime of their investment to almost £1m. Founders Neil and Laura Westwood have bought back the shares, and now own 100pc of the business. Magic Whiteboard is one of the most successful investments ever made on the show.

    Telegraph
  • Fishermen Accidentally Catch 20ft Manta Ray After It Swam Into Their Trawler Net

    Unsuspecting fishermen accidentally caught this enormous 20ft manta ray while trawling off the coast of Peru. The 1,000kg giant, which is strictly protected in international waters, swam into the fishermen’s net as they trawled for fish in a homemade wooden boat off Caleta La Cruz in north-western Peru. Fisherman Franco Vergara, 39, said: 'We were taken completely by surprise when we felt the whole boat shudder and lurch.

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  • Police: Neglected woman, 82, dies after 6 months in chair

    The caregivers of an 82-year-old woman allowed her to sit in the same chair, not moving for six months, until she died earlier this year in a home that smelled so bad that some of the first firefighters on the scene set up a fan by the door, authorities said. Prosecutors are deciding whether to charge Barbara Beam's caregivers in her Jan. 2 death at her house in Greenville after the coroner's office ruled her death was homicide by neglect. The officer asked the sister about Beam's condition, and the sister said Beam "stays in the chair located in the bedroom and that she had not moved out of the chair for approximately six months," according to the report.

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  • Hundreds Evacuated As Chile's Calbuco Volcano Erupts For First Time In 43 Years (10 photos)

    Chile's Calbuco volcano has erupted for the first time in 43 years, leading authorities to order 1,500 people to leave the nearby town of Ensenada. The volcano, which has been inactive since 1972, spilled a huge ash cloud into the skies above southern Chile. Smoke and ash rise from the Calbuco volcano as seen from the city of Puerto Montt, April 22, 2015. The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted for the first time in more than five decades on Wednesday, sending a thick plume of ash and smoke several kilometres into the sky (Reuters) Smoke and ash rise from the Calbuco volcano as seen from the city of Puerto Montt, April 22, 2015 (ReutersSergio Candia) Smoke and ash rise from the Calbuco volcano as seen from the city of Puerto Montt, April 22, 2015.

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  • Everybody Loves Raymond Child Star Kills Himself

    Sawyer Sweeten - who played Ray Romano's on-screen son Geoffrey Barone - killed himself on Thursday morning while visiting family members in Brownwood, Texas. Patricia Heaton, who played the twins' mother Debra in the show, tweeted: "Sawyer Sweeten was a funny and exceptionally bright young man. Romano said in a statement to E! News: "I'm shocked, and terribly saddened, by the news about Sawyer.

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  • Grandmother with infected tattoo is left with black hole in leg

    WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Sally Lutkin, 49, of Hull, East Yorkshire, underwent emergency surgery to stop the infection from a botched tattoo spreading to her bone.

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  • Football - Newcastle boss calls for action after seventh straight loss

    Carver, who has now presided over the Magpies worst top-flight run since 1977, saw his men take the lead through Ayoze Perez only to concede in first-half stoppage time when Nelson Oliveira headed in from a corner. From there the Swans never looked back with strikes from Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Cork securing the victory despite a late consolation from Siem de Jong who was returning after a long injury lay-off.

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  • UK ticket in £36m lottery claim

    A UK ticket-holder has come forward to claim last night's EuroMillions jackpot of more than £36 million. It will not be revealed if the top prize was scooped by an individual or a syndicate - or where the ticket was purchased - unless the winner decides to go public. A National Lottery spokesman said: "We're delighted Friday's ticket-holder has come forward to claim this life-changing prize.

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  • Ancient 'Lost' Tribe On Mysterious Island Try To Kill All Visitors

    It sounds like the sort of mythical place Indiana Jones might visit  - a society which has lived on the same island for 60,000 years, uncontacted by modern man. When a helicopter swooped low across North Sentinel island in the wake of the 2004 tsunami, an islander ran out on the beach, aiming an arrow at the pilot. The Islands - located in the Bay of Bengal - are protected by law, although Survival International warn that some nearby fisherman have recently walked on the island.

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  • UK's richest double their wealth

    The collective wealth of Britain's richest people has more than doubled in the last ten years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. This year's list found the wealthiest 1,000 individuals and families now have a combined fortune of £547.126 billion. The figure has more than doubled since a total of £249.615 billion was recorded in 2005, despite the world economy being gripped by a punishing recession over much of the last decade.

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  • Harry Potter star Alan Rickman marries long-term partner after 50 years

    Alan Rickman has revealed he has married his highschool sweetheart after 50 years together. The 69-year-old actor and director has been in a relationship with Rima Horton, 68, since they met when he was 19 and she was 18, and they have lived together in London for 50 years.

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  • Madeleine McCann latest: are police any closer to knowing the truth?

    Every possible theory has been explored since then: that Madeleine was abducted by a paedophile; that she was killed during a bungled burglary and her body dumped; that she was abducted by traffickers and sold to a childless couple; that she wandered out of the apartment and died in a tragic accident, and many more besides. To date, however, not one shred of proof of what happened to Madeleine has been unearthed. The question of what happened to Madeleine would become not only a personal tragedy for the McCann family, but a national obsession in the UK and in Portugal. Madeleine, of Rothley, Leicestershire, was on the penultimate day of her family holiday on the day she vanished.

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  • Huge magma chamber spied under Yellowstone supervolcano

    Scientists have spied a vast reservoir of hot, partly molten rock beneath the supervolcano at Yellowstone National Park that's big enough to fill the Grand Canyon 11 times over. The newly discovered magma chamber — located 12 to 28 miles underground — is four times bigger than the previously known chamber above it, according to imaging by researchers at the University of Utah. Yellowstone, which spans parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, is among the world's largest supervolcanoes, with frequent earthquakes.

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  • Bruce Jenner Stopped Gender Transition After Falling for Kris Jenner

    Bruce Jenner may have began his gender transition process back in the 80s but stopped after he fell in love with Kris Jenner.

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  • Teen On Trial: 'I Never Thought She Would Die'

    An 18-year-old man has admitted delivering the fatal blow that killed a young woman who was protecting two teenage girls in a German fast food restaurant. Speaking on the opening day of his trial the defendant, Sanel Masovic, said he felt "deeply sorry" for causing the death of 23-year-old German-Turkish student Tugce Albayrak.

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  • Royal Baby: New Arrival Deserves 'Normal Life'

    As the wait continues for the Duchess of Cambridge to give birth to her second child, one of Britain's best known royal photographers has told Sky News her children should have "as normal a life as possible". Since Prince George was born in July 2013 , William and Kate have only allowed him to be officially filmed a handful of times. The Sun's royal photographer, Arthur Edwards, is on standby to get that perfect picture of the family of four.

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  • Migrants Walking To Europe Killed By Train

    Fourteen people have been killed after being hit by a train on a route used by migrants attempting to reach western Europe. Dozens of migrants from Somalia and Afghanistan were reportedly on the tracks in a canyon near the central Macedonian city of Veles as the train approached on Thursday night. They were hit by an international train travelling from the southern Macedonian border town of Gevgelija to the Serbian capital, Belgrade, the same route taken by migrants trying to get from Greece to Hungary.

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