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  • Iran threatens to 'rain down 80,000 missiles' on Israel

    Iran has threatened to unleash a firestorm of 80,000 missiles on Israel after Jerusalem's defence minister was misquoted as saying he wanted to kill Lebanese children in a nuclear attack. A report by Iran's Fars news agency claimed Moshe Ya'alon had threatened to target Lebanese civilians with missile strikes.

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  • Lewis Hamilton And Gigi Hadid Fuel More Dating Rumours At The Monaco Grand Prix

    Lewis Hamilton did nothing to dispel rumours he's dating model Gigi Hadid after being spotted looking cosier than a duvet burrito with the lovely lady beside the racing track in Monaco. The 20-year-old also shared this selfie of herself hanging out with the 30-year-old and her BFFs Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin trackside at the Monaco Grand Prix, captioning it: "We love you @lewishamilton. Sadly, Lewis missed out on the top spot at Sunday's Grand Prix thanks to some sort of strategic error made by his team (yeah, we won't pretend we understand AT ALL), but it sounds like he had the support of this awesome squad to help him through the pain.

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  • British Death Row Grandmother In Desperate Final Appeal To Avoid Firing Squad

    Lindsay Sandiford, the British grandmother on death row in Indonesia, has lodged a final appeal in the hope of avoiding the firing squad. Sandiford was sentenced to death in Bali in January 2013 after being found guilty of attempting to smuggle £1.6 million worth of cocaine into the holiday island on May 19, 2012. The Gloucestershire grandmother admitted drug trafficking but claimed she was coerced over threats to her son's life. Sandiford's Indonesian lawyer, Chris Harno, has confirmed the appeal has been lodged, telling MailOnline: "I am not able to reveal what the fresh evidence is, but we are hopeful this will result in a lesser sentence. "Lindsay is holding up but it is not happy thing to know that you are in line to be executed.

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  • Zezo Cartoons - football humour (9 photos)

    Ace cartoonist Zezo brings you his hilarious take on the world of football. Steven Gerrard, Xavi, Jurgen Klopp and Didier Drogba bid farewell. For Stevie G, something's missing though... The tomatoes have turned to flowers for Barcelona coach Luis Enrique

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  • Kim Jong-un in pictures: The bizarre photoshoots of North Korea's leader

    The bizarre photo opportunities of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un. We take a look back at some of the strange photos released by the state-run KCNA news agency

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  • Gary Linker enjoys a night out with his sons Harry, Tobias and George

    Gary Lineker was seen enjoying some quality time with his look-a-like sons in London on Thursday night. The retired footballer and his brood had been at the Street Feast charity auction night and the Match Of The Day presenter looked pleased with how the night in Dalston went. Making his way out of the venue in in a grey blazer, charcoal shirt and skinny jeans, the 54-year-old was followed by Harry, Tobias and George.

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  • Teen dies of cancer weeks after she was escorted to prom by NFL player

    Khameyea Jennings, 18, of Florida who attended prom with Jacksonville Jaguars' Sen'Derrick Marks, passed away on Thursday, a Wolfson Children's Hospital spokeswoman said.

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  • Elle Under Fire for Not Showing Breastfeeding Cover

    Elle Magazine Australia is taking some heat after refusing to sell their magazine with a woman breastfeeding on the cover.

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  • Hero Sikh Who Removed Turban To Help Injured Boy Gets Massive Dose Of Karma

    The hero Sikh who broke religious protocol and removed his turban to help an injured boy has been rewarded for his valiant actions by total strangers. Harman Singh was in his Auckland home when he heard screeching tyres and ran outside to find five-year-old Daejon Pahia lying in the road. Singh removed his turban to stem the bleeding from Daejon’s head and helped comfort the boy until an ambulance arrived, the New Zealand Herald reported. When interviews with Singh were broadcast people noticed his sparse apartment.

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  • Putin’s new paramour: Olympic gymnast's recent baby could be the Kremlin leader's

    Speculation began when the Russian leader mysteriously disappeared from public view for 10 days in March prompting a tide of conjecture about his whereabouts. While there was supposition in the Russian media that he had suffered ill health Swiss tabloids made dramatic claims that he was at Kabaeva’s bedside in an Alpine clinic where she had given birth to a baby girl. A Russian society magazine went a step further repeating old gossip that Kabaeva had in fact already had two other children with Putin. After all Kabaeva, who retired from gymnastics in 2005, has been out of the public eye since quitting as an MP in Putin’s United Russia Party last September – the perfect window in which to hide the physical signs of pregnancy.

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  • Abuse Survivor: Cops Guarded As I Was Raped

    A woman has told Sky News how uniformed police officers stood guard as abusers sexually assaulted her as a young girl. Waiving her right to anonymity, Esther Baker, 32, spoke exclusively to Sky News about her tormented childhood that saw her sexually abused by men at various locations. She claimed police officers would stand guard for the perpetrators and on some occasions even joined in the abuse in woodland on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.

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  • Freddie Starr 'split from wife' and pulled out of comeback gig

    Friends claim that Freddie Starr, left, has been left 'heartbroken' after his 33-year-old wife Sophie, right, walked out of the couple's mansion in Studley, Warwickshire with their two young children.

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  • Jurgen Klopp asked if he's learning Spanish - his answer is OUTSTANDING

    The impossible has happened: Jurgen Klopp just got even cooler. Yes, his track record with Dortmund is exceptional. It's taken from Klopp's last press conference at Borussia Dortmund, where one cheeky journalist asked him if he was learning Spanish. While most managers would bat away the implied suggestion that he's off to Real Madrid, Klopp takes a very different approach.

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  • Mike Ashley interview: What did you make of the Newcastle owner's message?

    Mike Ashley’s big interview was a sensational way to start an incredible day as Newcastle United secured their survival in dramatic fashion. Ashley opted to speak to Sky 15 minutes before kick-off and said that he would not be selling for “any price” – and would not be leaving until he ended the club’s long wait for a trophy.

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  • Michael B. Jordan on Racist Reactions to 'Fantastic Four' Casting: 'This Is the World We Live In'

    Michael B. Jordan is sounding off on criticism over his Fantastic Four casting. "You’re not supposed to go on the Internet when you’re cast as a superhero," the 28-year-old actor wrote in an op-ed for Entertainment Weekly about his casting as Johnny Storm/Human Torch in the summer reboot. Jordan says he wasn’t surprised to find comic fans decrying the casting choice, saying everything from "They must be doing it because Obama’s president" to "They’ve destroyed it!" Chris Evans, now donning the Captain America suit for Marvel, previously played the role in the 2005 and 2007 Fantastic Four films.

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  • Depp Faces 10 Years In Jail Over Dogs: Report

    Johnny Depp could face 10 years in prison for illegally taking his two dogs into Australia, government officials have reportedly warned. The Hollywood actor hit the headlines after he and his wife Amber Heard flew into the country this month with his Yorkshire terriers , Pistol and Boo. The Sydney Morning Herald has reported that a Senate committee hearing was told Depp could be sentenced to up to a decade behind bars, or a maximum fine of AU$340,000 (£172,000).

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  • Little girl throws tantrum in front of Obama at the White House

    The President of the United States has control over a lot of things - but this toddler caught mid-tantrum in his house left him beat. The Commander-in-Chief raised his hands in a gesture of helplessness as little Claudia Moser pounded out her frustrations on the White House carpet.

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  • Greece refuses to pay £1.1billion bill

    Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis (pictured) cautioned that the entire euro project could unravel if Athens crashed out of the single currency.

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  • GPs make dehydration symptoms call

    Many people are visiting their doctor with symptoms they do not realise are caused by dehydration, GPs have warned. A survey of GPs found that about one in five (21%) consultations involved patients whose primary cause of concern was fatigue and tiredness, which is often caused by not drinking enough fluid. While official guidelines suggest adults should drink between 1.6 and two litres a day, j ust 4% of the 300 GPs questioned said they believed their patients are aware of how to hydrate properly and research suggests that many people drink just one glass of water - or even less - each day.

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  • Kate Middleton's uncle's villa Maison de Bang Bang on sale for £6.5m

    The Daily Mail's Claudia Joseph was invited to stay in the notorious Middleton's Mediterranean mansion where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stayed while on a break from Sandhurst.

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