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  • Parents Of Four-Year-Old Boy Who Fell Into Gorilla Enclosure Pictured For First Time

    The parents whose son fell into the gorilla enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo this weekend have been pictured for the first time. 

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  • The pound is diving after an unexpected Brexit poll result

    Good morning! The British pound is crashing after an unexpected Brexit poll result. The Guardian...

    Business Insider
  • Michaela Strachan makes embarrassing Springwatch badger innuendo

    Michaela didn’t appear to notice her slip-up – but viewers and her fellow presenters did.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • EastEnders Fans Confused As Bosses Seemingly Forget That Steven Beale Is Gay

    EastEnders’ fans were left over the moon last Friday when Lauren Branning finally returned to Albert Square, with the big twist being that she’d brought black sheep Steven Beale back from New Zealand with her instead of his brother, and her boyfriend, Peter Beale. Yesterday’s episode soon made it clear that the two were hiding a “big secret” and although most viewers guessed pretty quickly that Lauren and Steven were secretly in a relationship, many dismissed the idea when they remembered that Steven had rather dramatically come out as gay a few years back. …Which is why they were so perplexed when the episode came to an end with the two enjoying a massive smooch in Dot Branning’s living room to the sound of those famous ‘doof doofs’.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Flesh-Eating Disease ‘Spread By Isis’ Is Now Infecting Other Countries

    A horrific ‘flesh eating’ disease which has infected hundreds in Isis-controlled territories in Syria has now spread outside the country - sparking fears of an Ebola-style situation. Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease which leads to lesions and severe scarring - often on people’s faces - and is spread by infected sand flies. Cutaneous leishmaniasis is endemic in Syria - it was once known as the ‘Aleppo evil’ - but it’s now spreading outside its area.

    Rob Waugh's Yahoo Blog
  • Is Helen Flanagan About To Make A Sensational Return To Corrie As Rosie Webster?

    Helen Flanagan has revealed that she is absolutely desperate to return to Coronation Street as Rosie Webster. It’s already been reported that new Corrie boss, Kate Oates, is keen to get Helen back on board.

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • Watch a man released from prison after 44 years react to today's technology

    Otis Johnson was released from prison in 2014 after being locked away for 44 years. In an interview and video for Al Jazeera, Johnson visited Times Square in New York City, where he was surprised and confused by the modern technology surrounding him: People "with wires in their ears" listening to music who looked like CIA agents, pedestrians "talking to themselves" on their iPhones, and neon video billboards illuminating storefront windows. Johnson offers a fascinating perspective on our world today and the modern technology that many shrug off and take for granted.

    Tech Insider
  • Rio Ferdinand Reveals Toughest Striker He's Faced in Glittering Career...and it's Not Luis Suarez

    Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has revealed Barcelona and former Liverpool star Luis Suarez was a tough opponent to play against, but insists he has faced a more difficult opponent, he told BT Sport and as reported in the Sport Bible. The 37-year-old played in Europe's premier competition for well over a decade, winning it in 2008 and finishing as runner up in 2009 and 2011. But 2011 saw the arrival of Luis Suarez at fierce rivals Liverpool and the Uruguayan became Ferdinand and...

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  • Chris Evans hits back at critics... New Top Gear is a hit - official!

    Chris Evans has taken to Twitter to defend Top Gear after it was slated by viewers.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Dog Left In Car Is Just Chilling With The Air Conditioning On, Sign Insists

    Although no one has been able to verify the note (some Twitter users suggest that it was faked for retweets - of which it currently has over 56,000), it makes for an enjoyable image anyway - what is the dog’s favourite music?

    Yahoo News
  • Adele Stops Concert To Order Fan To Stop Filming

     Okay, so we all like to take photos and the occasional video when we go and see our favourite acts performing live, but there’s nothing that annoys us more than seeing someone watching the entire show through their camera.

    Rachel Pilcher
  • Fla. police find 2 alligators eating human body

    Police in South Florida were called to a gruesome scene: a pair of alligators eating a human body. Authorities say it appears the body had been at the location for a long time. (May 31)

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  • Danny Drinkwater Reacts to Being Left Out of Final England Squad for Euro 2016

    ​Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater has expressed his disappointment at being left out of the final 23-man England squad for Euro 2016, despite his achievements at club level over the last 10 months, but has placed his full support behind the group that will travel to France. Drinkwater, who was only called up for the first time in March, was cut from the provisional squad along with Andros Townsend and the injured Fabian Delph. In the most recent fixtures, the 26-year-old featured as...

    90Min
  • Rare and Ridiculous eBay Finds You Have to See (62 photos)

    While eBay might be full of useless crap, there are also some gems, like rare exotic cars that you just don't see everyday. Here's a selection of great ones that you should take a look at. From Road & Track

    Road & Track
  • UK voters shift towards 'Out' as EU referendum nears

    By Kate Holton and William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) - British voters have moved towards voting to leave the European Union in next month's referendum according to two surveys by polling firm ICM, surprising investors and sending sterling sharply lower. "Our poll rather unhinges a few accepted orthodoxies," ICM's director Martin Boon said.

    Reuters
  • What happened to Rainbow's stars? As Jane and Freddy marry here's where Geoffrey, Zippy and Bungle are now

    The iconic TV show kept a generation entertained, and with love in the air for two former stars it's a chance to look at where the cast have ended up It's been 24 years since Rainbow came to an end, but love is still in the air for two of its former stars. Jane Tucker and Freddy Marks - who were two thirds of the show's band Rod, Jane and Freddy - have tied the knot over the weekend after 30 years together . Jane was previously married to their bandmate Rod Burton, but the couple have always played down rumours of an affair, with their relationship beginning after the divorce. Denise Welch was quick to send her congratulations to the couple, sharing a picture from their big day on Twitter. The

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  • Police find alligators eating human body in Florida 

    "We want to identify who the victim is and possibly figure out what happened to them and how did they end up here," said Sgt. Pablo Castaneda, of the Davie Police. "Could it be homicide? Could it be suicide? Could it have involved a fisherman? We don't know." An alligator trapper was called and the body was eventually recovered at about 10pm. Police added that the male body appeared to have been in the water for a long time. • Man-eating Nile crocodiles discovered in Florida

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  • It Might Be Easy To Find Aliens - We’ve Just Been Searching Wrong, Scientist Says

    For decades, we have been listening to the skies using radio telescopes - hoping to catch the faint chatter of alien signals. Instead of listening for radio signals, we should look for the telltale ‘flashes’ of civilisations using ‘directed energy’ - a pioneering technology championed by Stephen Hawking for a project to send a spacecraft to Alpha Centauri in 20 years. Backed by Russian Internet billionaire Yuri Milner and Mark Zuckerberg, the microscopic spacecraft would travel at a fifth of the speed of light.

    Rob Waugh's Yahoo Blog
  • 'Tourists go home': Is the party over for Ibiza?

    Although still a minority protest, it points to tensions in Palma de Mallorca and elsewhere in Spain over rising numbers of visitors who are propelling the economy but also disrupting the lives of locals and straining services from transport to water. With tourism accounting for 12 percent of economic output and 16 percent of jobs, Spain can ill afford a backlash. The population of the famous party island almost doubled during peak season last year.

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  • 9 of the Most Disliked Footballers in World Football (9 photos)

    Saturday's Champions League final between Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid played host to everything we love and hate about football. The skill and determination from all 22 players on the San Siro pitch was simply inspiring; the coolly dispatched penalties in sizzling hot pressure and the meticulous detail in keeping their defensive discipline.    But it also played host to what we hate and one player, in particular, epitomised it like no other: Pepe.   The talented yet infuriating Portuguese...

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