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  • Teenage boy DIES after LOVE BITE from girlfriend causes fatal stroke

    GETTY STOCK IMAGE 17-year-old Julio Macias Gonzalez started having convulsions as he sat at the dinner table with his family.  The teenager had spent the evening with his girlfriend.  Paramedics rushed to the family home in  Iztapalapa, Mexico City but were unable to save him.  Doctors said the suction from the love bite caused a blood clot that travelled to Julio’s brain causing a stroke Doctors said the suction from the love bite caused a blood clot that travelled to Julio’s brain causing a stroke.  His girlfriend, a 24-year-old has reportedly disappeared after Julio’s parents blamed her for his death.  Today State of Mexico reported Julio’s parents disapproved of the relationship because of

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  • BBC tell Cliff Richard they WON'T be rolling over in £1million legal fight

    BBC bosses have told Sir Cliff Richard they will not be rolling over in their £1m legal fight with him. Sir Cliff - who is set to start a new week-long run of performances onboard a Mediterranean cruise ship - instructed lawyers to take action after accusing the tax-payer funded broadcaster of “misuse of private information”. But the Sunday Mirror can today reveal the BBC has now responded to Cliff’s lawyers maintaining their decision was justified as they claim showing the footage was in the public interest.

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  • Alex Jones: I don't regret leaving it late to start a family

    Presenter Alex Jones said starting a family can’t be rushed.

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  • 14 Daughters of the Rich and Famous You Didn't Know Were Changing the World (15 photos)

    “With great power comes great responsibility” doesn’t just apply to Peter Parker. Whether their fathers are famous actors or oil kings, these daughters are leveraging their heritage through activism and philanthropic contributions that raise consciousness (and cash) for timely causes. From Marie Claire

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  • CBB finalist Aubrey O'Day enjoys EPIC sex marathon with Pauly D after final

    The stunning American admitted the couple enjoyed a marathon sex session after he surprised her by being in the audience for her eviciton. "I had no idea that Pauly was going to be there. Aubrey also revealed that she was extremely sexually frustrated while locked up in the CBB compound, and really missed one thing about her man in particular. While Aubrey was in the house, reports surfaced that Pauly D had dumped her, but wouldn't reveal why until he had broken the news to Aubrey.

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  • ‘I Love You’: Banker Sent Heartbreaking Final Text To Girlfriend Before He Was Killed By Stranger

    A banker sent a final text to his girlfriend to tell her he loved her just two house before a stranger’s punch killed him. Oliver Dearlove was attacked in the early hours of Sunday morning in Blackheath, south east London, while out with friends. Oliver, who lived with his girlfriend of four years, Claire Wheatley, had sent her a text just two hours before the fatal attack to tell her he loved her.

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  • Stefanie Powers at 73: 'Everybody should get a medal at a certain point for surviving'

    Stefanie Powers is calmly eating a wrap in a cluttered London basement, during a lunchbreak from rehearsals for her latest role. Not the most elegant surroundings for the Hollywood veteran, who made her name with the global television hit Hart to Hart, but still, at 73, Powers exudes glamour.  Between bites, she regales me with starry anecdotes, from passing her pilot’s licence to fly with her friend, the late racing driver and Woolworth heir Lance Reventlow, to playing polo with Prince Charles, until he retired 10 years ago at the age of 57. “We were riding out one day and he said to me, 'I don’t know if I can be doing this for much longer’. I said to him, 'I’m six years older than you – you

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  • Murder victim's mum slams landlady who tried to rent out home days after killing

    Jane Naylor sent in decorators and threatened to throw out the personal effects of 25-year old Jennifer Williams if her mum did not remove them. Shocked police tried to delay Ms Naylor, who launched her makeover despite having six weeks’ advance rent from the victim. Jennifer’s grieving mum Louise Rogers, 51, told the Sunday People: “I just told the landlady she disgusts me. Ms Naylor, a religious education teacher, enlisted letting agents to show a prospective client around the property eight days later on June 29.

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  • Ohio Prisoner Jumps to Death After Sentencing

    Authorities say a man took his own life at an eastern Ohio courthouse moments after he was sentenced to 13 years in prison. (Aug. 27)

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  • VMAs 2016: Rihanna Banned Rita Ora From Coming Anywhere Near Her

    Yep, according to a mystery source the Bajan beauty banned Rita Ora from coming anywhere near her at last night’s event, telling MTV bosses to ensure that the former X Factor judge is kept away from her. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Rihanna is receiving the Video Vanguard Award and she wants the evening to be all about her. Last summer it was reported that 28-year-old Rihanna was furious with Rita because the Brit was recording a song with Ri’s ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

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  • 12-year-old trophy hunter vows to 'never stop' killing wild animals

    A 12-year-old trophy hunter who was photographed holding a giraffe's heart in her hand, has vowed to never stop killing wild animals. Aryanna Gourdin has responded with defiance to a public backlash after she posted images on her Facebook page which show her proudly posing alongside a string of animals and bragging about her kills. "First day in Africa was a huge success" and "Good times in Africa".

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  • Hart pictured with Torino shirt ahead of loan switch

    Ahead of his loan move from Manchester City, Joe Hart was pictured in Turin wearing a Torino scarf and holding the club's shirt.

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  • Doctor in disguise: the secret life of James Barry

    On 25 July 1865, during a heatwave, Dr James Barry died of dysentery in his London lodgings. A charwoman came in to ‘lay out’ the body. She had known the deceased gentleman: a strange-looking fellow, about five feet tall, slight and stooped and with a large nose and dyed red hair. But nothing had prepared her for what she found when she folded back the bedclothes. Barry’s whole body — ‘the genitals, the deflated breast and the hairless face’ — was unmistakably female. And as if that wasn’t shock enough, the charwoman’s eye was drawn to pronounced striations in the skin of the belly. As a mother of nine, she recognised them immediately as the marks of childbearing. James Barry was born Margaret

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  • Is Tupac still alive? New selfie claims to 'prove' murdered rap icon is not dead

    Ever since his death in 1996, there have been theories that Tupac Shakur is actually alive and well, or hiding out in Cuba. Most of the claims of people spotting the star, or him being pictured, have turned out to be doctored photos or lookalikes - but now a YouTube video has emerged that claims to PROVE Tupac has been with us all along. The video, which has more than 1.3 million views, includes a selfie of a man wearing an bandanna who bears an uncanny resemblance to the fallen hip hop star. It is claimed the man is "Tupac guys 100% same eyebrows and lips". The subtitles in the video state the photo is a "selfie" taken in 2015 on a phone "made in 2011" – 11 years after his death. It does not

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  • US allies clash as Turkish and Kurdish forces battle in northern Syria

    Earlier Turkish airforce jets bombed what Ankara described as an ammunition dump and command centre for "terror groups," on the fourth day of an intervention designed to clear Islamic State from border areas and contain Kurdish expansion.  The Jarablus Military Council group, which is allied to the SDF, said a Turkish air strike in the village of al-Amarna caused civilian casualties and called it "a dangerous escalation that threatens the fate of the region". The SDF leadership was not immediately available for comment.  Turkish forces and allied Syrian rebels entered Syria and seized Jarablus from Isil on Wednesday, in an operation dubbed “Euphrates Shield.”

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  • Montana plane crash kills 'Ice Road Truckers' TV show star

    MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A plane crash in western Montana killed a star of the History channel reality series "Ice Road Truckers" who was planning to film a pilot episode of a show about recovering plane wrecks.

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  • Are You Being Served? remake panned by viewers

    The show starred Sherrie Hewson as Mrs Slocombe and John Challis as Captain Peacock.

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  • iPhone 7 release date, price and features: Everything we know

    Apple is preparing for the release the next generation of the iPhone at its annual event in San Francisco this September. Each year the Silicon Valley giant unveils a raft of new products in the Autumn, which can include new iPad, MacBook and Apple Watch models. At the launch event next month, the company is expected to unveil an upgraded iPhone that, while aesthetically similar to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, could have several big differences, including a pressure-sensitive home button, better camera, power and battery life, as well as having no headphone jack.  What will it be called? Reports have claimed that the upcoming iPhone could either be called the "iPhone 7" or "iPhone 6se". As the

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  • Formula 1 - Hamilton: Alonso not bluffing about walking away from F1

    Fernando Alonso's imminent retirement from Formula One is a real possibility, world champion Lewis Hamilton said.

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  • Pound in longest rally since Brexit vote as Janet Yellen says case for US rate hike has 'strengthened'

    Britain’s economy accelerated in the second quarter of the year as upbeat households splurged and manufacturers bounced back from a slump. Consumption grew by 0.9pc in the three-month period while factory output rose 1.9pc. “Households didn’t appear to be affected by uncertainty in the run-up to the referendum,” said Scott Bowman, an economist at Capital Economics. “And firms didn’t seem too worried either, with business investment rising by a quarterly 0.5pc, compared to a rate of -0.6pc in the first quarter.” Mr Bowman said he expected growth to stall in the second half of the year, which is in line with many economists’ forecasts. The US’s latest figures show economic growth of an annualised

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