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  • Westminster attack: 75-year-old man dies in hospital becoming fourth victim of terror outrage - as police name attacker as British-born Khalid Masood

    The Westminster terrorist who brought bloodshed to the heart of London has been named by police as Khalid Masood, a British-born criminal with a string of previous convictions. After Isil claimed the attacker was a "soldier" of the terror group, Scotland Yard formally identified the 52-year-old - saying he was not the subject of any current investigations and there was "no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack".

  • Conor McGregor Scores Drastically Reduced Punishment for Bottle Throwing Melee

    Conor McGregor‘s challenge of the disciplinary action against him for a press conference altercation with Nate Diaz went before the Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) on Wednesday, where his case was briefly reheard and revised sanctions were agreed upon. McGregor phoned in to an NAC hearing to answer for his part in the fracas, which saw him, Diaz, and Diaz’s team hurling water bottles at each other, bringing the UFC 202 pre-fight press conference to an abrupt end. After much deliberation, which resulted in shifting away from a proposed fine of $300,000, the Nevada commission settled on the somewhat lesser sanctions of a $75,000 fine and 50 hours of community service to produce an anti-bullying campaign, upon which the commission put a value of roughly $75,000.

  • The Real Reason You’re Unlucky in Love, According to Science

    That stereotypical break-up line (you know the one: “It’s not you, it’s me”) may not actually be true.

  • Ryan Gosling Reveals Why He Was Laughing So Much During *That* Oscars Blunder

    Ryan Gosling has finally addressed last month’s Oscars mix-up, revealing why he got the giggles on stage when it transpired that ‘Moonlight’ had actually won the Best Picture award. The incident will go down in Oscars history (mostly for the wrong reasons), but Ryan couldn’t help but laugh as the ‘La La Land’ team’s speeches were cut short so that the ‘Moonlight’ creators could make theirs.

  • Bill Gates tops world rich list - who are the wealthiest people in Britain?

    The number of the world’s super-rich just keeps on growing. In the 30th year of its definitive rich list, Forbes identified 230 additional billionaires, bringing the total to 2,043. Microsoft founder Bill Gates tops the pile for the fourth year in a row with an estimated fortune of $86 billion but the UK also occupies 54 spots on the list. Here’s 12 of the leading billionaire Brits…

  • Meet the man who gave birth

    A female to male transgender is a proud father after giving birth to his first child as a man. Chris, 32, had not identified as a woman since his early 20s when he and his wife decided to have children. But after trying five times for a baby through sperm donation, the couple decided to put their hopes in Chris.

  • Jose Mourinho explains difficulties in signing players from Tottenham, Arsenal and City

    Sir Alex Ferguson helped Manchester United sign Robin van Persie from Arsenal in his final summer transfer window and Jose Mourinho claims it is difficult now for the Red Devils in signing players from the rival clubs. The Portuguese tactician replaced Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford after the Dutchman was asked to step down from his post following a poor run under his guidance. In Mourinho's first summer, he helped United sign Paul Pogba for a world-record fee, while adding Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly to the squad.