Extraordinary moment Auschwitz survivor hugged, kissed and FORGAVE SS Guard on trial for assisting in 300,000 murders

'He shook my hand and fainted... I screamed for help. It was a strange reaction!':

Eva Kor, 81, arrived in Lueneburg to give evidence at the trial of Oskar Groening, 93 - known as the 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz'. The pair were seen embracing as they met in the courtroom. Groening (pictured inset, as an SS guard) is accused of serving at Auschwitz between May and June 1944, when some 425,000 Jews from Hungary were taken there and almost immediately gassed to death. Speaking about the extraordinary incident, Ms Kor said: 'Former enemies can get along as human beings. What on earth do we want to tell the world? Killing each other has never created anything good.'

Jealous ex, 24, found guilty of murder after shooting her lawyer lover six times in his penthouse as he dumped her to date a Miss USA contestant

Shayna Hubers guilty of murder for shooting boyfriend Ryan Poston dead

A Kentucky jury deliberated for five hours before convicting 24-year-old Shayna Hubers, pictured top, of first-degree murder in the 2013 slaying of 29-year-old attorney Ryan Poston, pictured bottom right. Hubers never denied shooting Poston, her off-again, on-again lover, six times in his penthouse apartment in Ohio, but claimed that she killed him to protect herself because he was physically attacking her. The prosecution successfully argued that the high number of shots indicated murder. They revealed Mr Poston was due to go on a date with Audrey Bolte (pictured left at the Miss USA pageant in 2012) on the night he died but his jealous ex soon put an end to his plans.

'Today we move on': Comcast confirms it has abandoned bid to buy Time Warner Cable for $45billion

Brian Roberts, chairman and chief executive officer of Comcast Corp., arrives to a morning session during the Allen & Co. Media and Technology Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, U.S., on Thursday, July 10, 2014. Technology companies from Silicon Valley are expected to take center stage at this year's Allen & Co.'s Sun Valley conference as tech and media converge. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts announced: 'Today, we move on.' The statement comes two days after it emerged that FCC regulators had decided the merger was not in the public interest.

'Wake up little boy, daddy's looking for you': Creepy message that came through on family's baby monitor after the device was hacked 

When the Washington couple's son began complaining of someone talking to him at night,they put it down to hid over-active imagination - until their heard a stranger's voice over the monitor.

Teen who 'sexually assaulted and beat woman in empty train carriage' is turned in to police by his own MOTHER after she recognized him on surveillance tape

NEW DeShawn Isabelle allegedly punched the woman in the head and dragged her to the ground by her hair before repeatedly beating her in the Chicago train. Prosecutors said he stole $2,000 and her iPhone.

Fraternity members from two universities 'taunted disabled veterans, urinated on the American flag, and spat on a wounded solider and his service dog' during charity weekend

Students from Zeta Beta Tau at both the University of Florida and Emory University in Georgia have allegedly disrespected the ex-servicemen during the Warrior Beach Retreat in Panama City.

'Heartbroken' Ray Romano leads tributes to 'wonderful' Everybody Loves Raymond co-star Sawyer Sweeten after the 19-year-old shot himself dead on family's front porch

Ray Romano leads tributes to Sawyer Sweeten who committed suicide

Sawyer Sweeten, 19, shot himself on the front porch of a house while visiting family in Texas yesterday. Mr Sweeten (pictured riding a motorbike last month) appeared in 139 episodes of the popular US sitcom and also took small parts in television shows Even Stevens and Frank McKlusky C.I alongside his twin brother Sullivan (front right) in the early 2000s. The teenager played Geoffrey Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, while his twin brother played Michael. Their older sister Madylin (third from left) also played their older sibling on the show, Ally.

'She violated the law': Boehner says it's time for Hillary to turn her private server over to the federal government

The GOP leader said he hasn't decided yet whether to take legal action to force her hand, though. Clinton said last month at a press conference that she would not voluntarily hand over her personal property.

Rubio surges to the front of the GOP pack in two new polls as Hillary Clinton struggles with poor 'honest and trustworthy' numbers

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio gestures while announcing that he will be running for the Republican presidential nomination, during a rally at the Freedom Tower, Monday, April 13, 2015, in Miami. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

NEW The first-term Florida senator is the only GOP candidate Hillary Clinton isn't beating in head-to-head polling matchups, reaching a statistical tie with her nationwide.

Dr Oz's fellow faculty at Columbia hit out at his 'unsubstantiated medicine' - but say he should not be forced out of the university

In an op-ed, the eight staff members also argued that his on-air 'Ozisms' should not cancel out his stellar work at the university, where he has an unblemished record as a doctor.

A village inside the crater of an active volcano, cliff houses made of clay and a tiny town that lives under a rock: Are these the most magical settlements in the world?

Are these the most magical settlements in the world?

Nestled in some of the most beautiful corners of the world, are hidden settlements of people who have adapted to live in some very unusual places. The settlement of Aogashima is in the crater of an active volcano in the Philippine Sea (main), the incredible cliff village of Bandiagara in Mali (inset, right) seems to defy gravity, while Monsanto, in Portugal (inset, left) sits among gigantic granite boulders.

Disgraced former headmaster of $27,000-a-year prep school given 50 year prison sentence for dealing child pornography

Christopher Wheeler, 54, who worked at Tower Hill school in Delaware, had more than 2,000 images and videos of boys engaging in sex acts at his mansion in Wilmington in October 2013.

Student who reduced elderly bus monitor to tears with bullying in 2012 'forces a special-needs classmate to drink urine and posts video on Snapchat'

A high school student in Greece, N.Y. who allegedly forced a special-needs classmate to drink urine out of a toilet was also involved in the bullying of an elderly bus monitor in 2012 which went viral.

Upon hearing news of the tormented special-needs student, the bullied bus monitor, Karen Klein, told WHEC, ?I don?t believe this is happening again.?

Earlier this week it was reported that three students at Greece Athena High School in upstate New York confronted the special-needs student in the bathroom and forced him to hold his crotch while drinking urine from the toilet. The students filmed the incident and posted video of it Snapchat, a social media site.

A teen who verbally abused bus monitor Karen Klein in 2012, has now been accused of forcing a special needs student to drink urine at Greece Athena High in upstate New York.

Special Envoy Angelina Jolie rips UN's paralysis over Syria's four million refugees and blasts their treatment as the 'world's lowest point'. And the Syrian ambassador's response? 'She's beautiful'

Angelina Jolie attacks UN paralysis over Syria's refugee crisis in New York

NEW Angelina Jolie briefed the council as special envoy for the U.N. on refugee issues on Friday morning at UN headquarters in New York. Syria's ambassador said simply of her presence: 'She's beautiful.' The 39-year-old mother-of-six, who said she has made 11 visits to Syrian refugees in the region since the crisis began in 2011 (inset), called strongly for the political will to act.

HRT raises breast cancer risk up to EIGHT years after women stop taking it, scientists warn 

New findings from the Women's Health Initiative in Seattle, have shown women taking combined HRT of oestrogen and progesterone have an increased risk years after stopping treatment.

'I am Ariel Castro's forgotten victim': Man who rescued kidnapper's abused wife tells how monster got revenge by brainwashing his own daughters to brand him a child molester

Ariel Castro's twisted revenge on the man who 'stole' abused wife

Fernando Colon (left) met Ariel Castro's common law wife when he worked as a Cleveland hospital security guard in 1996. Grimilda (inset) came to the ER badly beaten by Castro in his house of horrors. She and her children moved in with Colon, a police academy graduate. Two of Castro's daughters accused Colon, who was charged with 28 counts of rape, kidnapping and sexual offenses. He was exonerated on all but four charges but he is on sex offender registry. He is demanding a new trial on the grounds that his prosecution was 'driven by the deeply disturbed and highly manipulative mind of Ariel Castro'.

Now THESE are muscles! The well-built man who found himself out-flexed by a woman on a football crowd cam

Man caught on Philadelphia Soul's Flex Cam out-flexed by a woman

During a 'Flex Cam' break at a Philadelphia Soul game on April 12 a woman (pictured) proved that she had thad bigger muscles than the man in front of her and maybe even all of Philadelphia.Video of the unidentified woman's robust display at the Arena Football League game has over 300,000 views on YouTube.

Georgia man shoots dead wife and eight-year-old son in gas station forecourt before turning gun on himself 

Christopher Whitmore pulled up at the gas pump in Varnell where his wife was parked with their son Grayden in the backseat and killed his child before turning the gun on Melissa Ball and then himself.

How safe are the prawns YOU'RE eating? Farmed shrimp found to contain traces of E.coli, MRSA and salmonella

Experts at Consumer Reports tested 342 packages of frozen prawns from farms in Thailand, India and Indonesia. They found 60 per cent were found with traces of harmful bacteria.

Why Lenin's corpse looks better with age: Scientists reveal experimental embalming methods used on the Soviet leader

The revolutionary's body, which is on display in a mausoleum on Moscow's Red Square, is immersed in a bath of glycerol and potassium acetate for 30 days every two years.

Revealed: Migrant boat 'captain' accused of sailing 850 people to their deaths is just a lowly 'nasty good-for-nothing' deckhand who boasted trip was worth $1.5million

Migrant boat 'captain' Mohammed Ali Malek, 27, is just a lowly deckhand who boasted to fishermen in his hometown of Sfax, Tunisia, that he would strike it rich on his maiden trafficking run.

Revealed: Harrowing photo collection smuggled out of Armenia a century ago by American who risked imprisonment to show world the true horror of the 'genocide' 

Armenian 'genocide' photo collection shows world the true horror

EXCLUSIVE: John Elder and Armin Wegner documented the suffering they saw, helping to build a case against a Turkish government which still denies the killing of up to 1.5million Armenians was genocide. As the world marks 100 years since the atrocities many Western governments including the US still do not use the word. Volunteer army medic Wegner used secret mail routes to sneak his images out but was caught by the German authorities and sent to a cholera ward.

'We will never forget the tragedies your people endured': President Hollande leads memorial service marking the 100th anniversary of Armenian genocide 

Turkey denies the killing of up to 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 at the height of World War One constitutes genocide and relations with Armenia are still blighted by the dispute.

Prince Charles joins Harry and world leaders to mark the 100th anniversary of the disastrous Gallipoli landings which claimed 140,000 lives during World War One 

Tens of thousands lost their lives on both sides in a nine-month battle between the German-backed Ottoman forces and Allies including Australian, British and New Zealand troops in 1915.

Never-before-seen photographs show horror of doomed Gallipoli landings through the eyes of the soldiers who fought there

Historian Stephen Chambers has collected more than 100 rare photographs, many taken by the troops themselves, which have been released to mark the centenary of the First World War.

From surviving the horrors of Gallipoli to being wounded TWICE in the trenches: The brave WWI deeds of Nicole Kidman's ancestors revealed

NEW Recently uncovered service records from Ancestry reveal relatives of Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Geoffrey Rush and Joel Edgerton all had a lasting impact through their WWI service.

EXCLUSIVE: Now Ben Affleck's MOM reveals mistakes in documentary that censored star's family's slave-owning past as she says she did NOT take part in Freedom Summer or Freedom Rides

Now Ben Affleck's MOM reveals mistakes in documentary that censored star's family's

NEW The PBS Finding Your Roots documentary on Ben Affleck suffers a new blow as his mom tells Daily Mail Online its key claim about her was not true and that she was 'embarrassed'. Chris Affleck (left with her son) was described on the show ( top, second from right) as taking part in the Freedom Summer of 1964 and called a Freedom Rider by PBS. But she said neither were true and that her civil rights activism was in 1965. She told Daily Mail Online she was 'embarrassed' to be called a Freedom Rider because 'I wasn't as good as they were'. The Freedom Rides of 1961 were met with violence (bottom right). PBS is now investigating the show which is hosted by revered Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr (top right), who said he has 'full editorial control' over it. The disclosure comes after Daily Mail Online revealed Gates had censored Affleck's family roots as slave owners.

Male student sues Columbia over backlash he suffered after classmate carried a mattress around campus accusing him of raping her

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A judge threw out Emma Sulkowicz's case against Paul Nungesser. But nonetheless it attracted international attention as Sulkowicz publicly paraded her mattress in protest, calling for his indictment.

'Bewildered' honor student appears in court charged with texting her depressed friend to tell him to kill himself

Lawyers for Michelle Carter, 18, said Thursday that she's 'bewildered' over the involuntary manslaughter charges against following the suicide of her friend, Conrad Roy III last July.

Father pens candid obituary for drug-addict daughter, 24, who died of a heroin overdose in a restaurant bathroom as he warns other families to help their loved ones

Molly Parks' father pens obituary for daughter who died of a overdose

Molly Parks died on April 16 after overdosing in the bathroom of the restaurant where she worked in Manchester, New Hampshire. Days later, her father Tom Parks (pictured left) wrote an obituary announcing her death outlining her 'bad decisions' and asking other families who have a loved one with addiction to 'do everything possible to be supportive, and guide them to rehabilitation before it is too late'.

American Horror Story actor Dalton Gray cheats death in horrific car crash... just weeks after co-star is killed on the roads

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He was also lucky not to lose his sight after sustaining severe cuts and bruises to his face. The actor, 20, shared a tweet with his fans that he was grateful for all their support.

Sleeping teen is left with horrific 70% burns after 'friends' throw a pot of boiling rice over him in row over 'stolen' PlayStation 3

Damon Clay, 17, is in a medically-induced coma in critical condition with burns covering 70 per cent of his body. He was allegedly attacked by two teens who neighbors said were friends with Clay.

Colorado mom arrested after she 'gave pot brownie to teenage son' who jumped out of a third-floor window - and then told him to lie to police about who gave him it

NEW His mother Julieane Jablonski, 38, was booked on suspicion of providing marijuana to a minor and felony tampering with a witness, police in Fort Collins, Colorado, said.

The day a poltergeist attacked me: Skeptical about the supernatural? So was the Mail's MICHAEL HELLICAR - until he saw events so chilling they still haunt him to this day

Michael Hellicar was sent to report on the 'Enfield Poltergeist' in 1977 in England - a malevolent presence which was witnessed terrorising the Hodgson family by some 30 people over the course of that summer.

Viral video star who claimed God cured his homosexuality has frozen yogurt thrown in his face by a lesbian Fro Yo cashier who recognized him

Viral video star who claimed God cured his homosexuality has a bowl of frozen yogurt

NEW Andrew Caldwell, 21 (top right), went viral in November after footage from a St. Louis church showed his screaming 'I don't like mens no more' and that he had been 'delivered', or cured of being gay. Caldwell claims he was attacked on Wednesday after a FroYo worker, Stephanie Diaz (bottom right), recognized him and lashed out, dousing him with his own dessert (main). However Diaz claims Caldwell demanded a discount for his extra large bowl and then called her a 'dog', so she 'lost it'. Diaz has been charged with third-degree assault.

'She wouldn't have had had a life': Woman shares details of agonizing decision to abort her baby at 23 weeks after it was revealed she had a life-threatening defect 

NEW An Ohio woman said that she and her Catholic husband made the difficult decision to get an abortion after a test revealed that their daughter had a defect 'incompatible with life outside the womb.'

'Banana king' sentenced to over 12 YEARS prison for trying to cover up woman's death during cocaine-fueled three-way sex romp

Thomas Hoey Jr., 43, was sentenced Wednesday after refusing to help, Kimberly Calo, 41, who died from a lethal mix of cocaine and alcohol, during a sex party at a New York hotel in January 2009.

Letting your baby nap in a car seat, swing or bouncer could be deadly, experts warn 

NEW Researchers at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center warned babies put to sleep in car seats, slings, swings and bouncers were at risk of death via strangulation from straps or suffocation.

'Is this an intervention?': Moment Kim Richards storms out on Dr Phil in tears after he calls her a bad mother following drunken arrest


The 50-year-old Bravo star has been having meltdowns ever since she started working on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. The former child star was arrested in mid April.

Bodycam captures the shocking moment deputy shot dead pet dog for running in front of him... as sheriff's office reveals they've received death threats in response

Pasco deputy Kerry Kempink shoots dog dead in bodycam video

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The shocking footage shows Deputy Kerry Kempink of Pasco County Sheriff's office in Florida killing a Rottweiler while responding to call. Horrified owner Carla Gloger, appears moments later and shouted at the officer: 'They're not even vicious,' before pleading with the officer to put her pet out of its misery. The Sheriff's department said it is now dealing with a number of death threats after the footage emerged.

Daughter of Hitler's henchman Hermann Goering loses her bid to win back family money confiscated from father's estate after defeat of the Nazis

Edda Goering, 76, (pictured with Hermann Goering in 1940) wanted compensation for her father's legacy which was confiscated in 1948. The appeal was rejected by Bavarian lawmakers.

Man 'grateful to be alive' after lawn mower shoots three-and-a-half inch rusty metal wire up his nose and into his head

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Bill Parker, 34, of Mississippi was mowing his lawn on April 19 when the rusty wire, as thick as a heavy-duty nail, entered his nostril but 'miraculously' dodged all of his important nerves and arteries.

Diet Pepsi drops controversial sweetener aspartame after customer concerns about safety

PepsiCo has confirmed will now use sucralose, another artificial sweetener commonly known as Splenda, in US products. Despite repeated fears over aspartame, the FDA says it is safe.

Crying toddler removed from international flight and met by police after being deemed a 'security breach'

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After setting off from Ben Gurion Airport in Israel, bound for London Luton, nineteen-month-old Sarina Aziz became agitated after cabin crew asked that she sit on her parents' lap.

Strike one! Moment Royals and White Sox game unraveled into a mass brawl involving 50 teammates ... and even the coach got knocked out

Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox match descends into mass brawl

Umpires ejected a total of five players from both teams after the fight after the seventh inning of Thursday's game at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field, Illinois. A heated exchange between Royals starter Yordano Ventura and White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton had sparked the brawl which saw players from both dugouts and bullpens run onto the field.

'We came to this country looking for peace': Families of Minnesota ISIS suspects accuse FBI of setting them up

Halima Yusuf, a friend of the family of Hanad Mustafe Musse, one of the six young Somali-Americans accused of trying to sneak off to Syria to join terror organizations, cries for the boys outside the United States Courthouse in downtown St. Paul after hearings on Thursday, April 23, 2015. (Leila Navidi/Star Tribune via AP)

On Thursday, there were audible gasps in the court room as an FBI official revealed the informant, who once planned to travel to Syria himself, has been paid at least $13,000 for providing tip-offs.

ISIS leader's teenage cousin blows himself up in suicide mission

Abu Hafs al-Badri was one of several teenage suicide bombers who recently blew themselves up in Iraq. ISIS social media claim Badri was a cousin of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

'ISIS militant' from San Diego who was caught out by his AK-47 Facebook photos is charged with lying to the FBI

Mohamad Saeed Kodaimati, who was born in Syria and became a naturalized US citizen in 2008, is accused of making false statements to the FBI about his involvement with Syrian militants.

Mother in polygamous relationship has HER say but insists she's not jealous of boyfriend having sex with another woman... because she gets to join in

Brooke Shedd in polygamous relationship with Adam Lyons has HER say

Brooke Shedd, 26, from Texas, main picture on the right, said on a British TV show, inset, that she does not 'share' boyfriend Adam Lyons, 34, with Russian-born Jane Shalakhova, 25, main picture left in their LA home. She said she's just as much in love with Jane as she is with Adam and there's no jealousy between them.


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'Knock. Talk. Enter. Kill. Exit. Murder': Chilling murder memo of Virginia 'serial killer who gunned down his victims on their doorsteps and called himself the knocker'

Accused serial killer Charles Severance's writings revealed in court

Charles Severance, 54, who has been charged with the murders of Nancy Dunning, Ron Kirby and Ruthanne Lodato, in Alexandria, Virginia, made wild outbursts at a court hearing on Thursday. All three victims were gunned down at their homes in daylight attacks. Prosecutor Bryan Porter argued Severance should face just one trial as his writings linked the three murders. Severance's writing appeared to have a biblical connection and also included the words: 'The last scream of a victim echoes to eternity... Murder on my mind, and my mind on murder.'

Taliban launch failed rocket attack on US base as spring offensive starts with extremists claiming over 100 attacks in just five hours in Afghanistan

Former Afghan Taliban fighters are seen holding weapons before they hand them over, as part of a government peace and reconciliation initiative, at a ceremony in Jalalabad, on February 8, 2015 ©Noorullah Shirzada (AFP/File)

The Taliban annual "spring offensive"began today in Afghanistan with the jihadi group claiming responsibility for 108 attacks across the fragile country, targeting a US air base and checkpoints.

Italian police hunting Osama Bin Laden's former bodyguards and 16 other Pakistani extremists reveal Al Qaeda militants plotted terror attack on the Vatican

An ongoing series of raids largely focussing on the autonomous island of Sardinia is targeting 18 people, including two men thought to have worked for the late Al Qaeda leader, investigators said.

'I was a survivor and I LOVED my life': Young mother, 44, writes heartbreaking obituary for herself before she passes away after long battle with cancer

Beth O'Rourke, 44, of Paxton, Massachusetts, has spent the past 7 years fighting stage four biliary cancer, and on April 16, the mother of Courtney, 11, and Seamus, 8, lost that fight.

Feeling glum? Move to Switzerland! Swiss nation is the happiest on Earth, with America 15th

The list is dominated by European nations, particularly Scandinavia, and measures a country's population by factors contributing to its citizens' contentment, rather than simple wealth.

Chipotle tests out app-based delivery service in 67 cities - but it'll cost you

The fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain will work with the Postmates app to begin offering delivery for online and mobile orders in 67 cities, but will add a nine percent service charge for the luxury.

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Cosby confidential: Disgraced comic files papers to prevent release of his sealed deposition in 2005 sexual assault lawsuit settled out of court

Tamara Green - who has accused Cosby of sexual assault - is suing the comedian for defamation. She is demanding that his sealed deposition could contain bombshell evidence in her favor.

Three new women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault: Alleged victims say they were drugged by star in claims that bring total number of accusations to 38

Janice Baker Kinney, Marcella Tate, and Autumn Burns held a press conference on Thursday morning in Los Angeles, California, to announce their claims with their attorney Gloria Allred.

Talk show host's niece sues Vegas cops after being smashed into glass table at The Mirage and scarred for life during arrest

Shawn Izzo sues Las Vegas cops after having face smashed into glass table

Ariana Mason (pictured) yesterday revealed she had filed a $4million lawsuit against Officer Shawn Izzo and his bosses for using 'excessive force' while arresting her at The Mirage last year. Her lawyer showed a photo (right) of Ariana's injuries from the alleged attack, during which she was dragged along the floor in a chokehold (inset) before having her face pushed on the table several times. She admits to punching the officer but says she didn't realize he was with the police. Mason's aunt is talk show host Rolanda Watts.

EXCLUSIVE - First picture of Pakistan 'honor killing victim, 25, burned alive by husband and father-in-law because she left the house without asking permission'

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23-year old Shabana Mai died of burn injuries at hospital on April 18. Her body was buried in her native village on the same day. But it seems she is half buried as the police are of the view that she has committed suicide while her brother who is also the complainant of the case is not ready to accept the police findings.
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He said that before her last breath his sister informed him that her father-in-law Pir Bakhsh set her ablaze after pouring diesel on her.
Mai, a resident of Muzaffargarh District, in Pakistan (Famous case of Mukhtaran Mai also belongs to this district) suffered 80 percent burn injuries on April 17 and was shifted to Nishtar Hospital Multan by her in-laws.
Azam said that motive behind setting her sister on fire was her overstay in the house of his another sister.
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Shabana Bibi (pictured), 25, from the Muzaffargarh district of Pakistan, died in hospital on Saturday after suffering burns to 80 per cent of her body. Police arrested her husband and father-in-law.

Mystery of the passing out passengers remains unsolved: Investigation finds NOTHING wrong with plane which was forced to dive 30,000ft as people on board lost consciousness

SkyWest Airlines flight 5622 was flying from Chicago to Connecticut when the pilot was alerted to a potential loss of cabin pressure. He dropped 30,000 feet in eight minutes over New York.

Aaron Hernandez's new life behind bars at maximum-security facility where he will stay for 'life'

A state prisons official says Aaron Hernandez, 25, was moved Wednesday to the maximum-security Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts.

Daredevils film swirling 'landspout' tornado from just 100 yards away as it tears through Texas fields 

Iraq veteran Stan Cole films tornado 100 yards away in Texas fields 

Daredevil Stan Cole, an Iraq veteran, captured the wall of wind (top and bottom left) as it gulped up dust from the fields in Loraine, western Texas on Wednesday evening after it started battering his tractor with chunks of mud. Other pictures from that day (right) also show the wind formations - which can't be spotted with radar - causing havoc over farmland.

North Korea may have DOUBLE the number of nuclear weapons previously believed, say Chinese military experts 

The pariah state led by Kim Jong Un (pictured) may have 20 warheads not 10 as previous US forecasts held, and its stockpile of weapons could grow to 50 or even 100 within the next five years.

Google's billionaire chairman earned nearly $109 million last year even though the tech giant's stock slumped

Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt also pocketed a $1.25 million salary, a $6 million bonus and perks valued at nearly $1 million.

German language teacher is suspended in France for suggesting that panzer tanks should invade the country to subdue unruly pupils 

NEW The Frenchwoman also used her classes to defend Adolf Hitler's domestic record, and his plans for overseas expansion.She's now been suspended from Auguste Remoir college in Limoges, France.

Pop star daughter of Mexican drugs lord breaks into court with gun-wielding bodyguards... to shoot a music video

Singer Melissa Plancarte (pictured), who goes by the stage name Melissa: Cartel Princess and has three pet tigers, sneaked into the courthouse in the dead of night.

Are YOU at threat from man-made earthquakes? Study reveals how oil and gas drilling has caused tremors across the US

The US Geological Survey found man-made quakes jolted once stable regions in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas.

Swiss resort of Zermatt bans tourist selfies with St Bernards after report exposes dogs' 'miserable' living conditions

NEW Zermatt in Switzerland has imposed a ban on tourists taking selfies with St Bernard dogs the ban after a report from an animal welfare group reported on the 'miserable conditions' they are kept in.

British Guantanamo detainee Shaker Aamer to be freed in June, US government source claims 

Shaker Aamer, ho has a British wife and four children in London, is likely to be transferred to an undisclosed country over the summer, probably in June, it has been revealed.

Anxiety is 'catching' and can be passed on to children, scientists warn over-protective parents 

Although scientists have long known that anxiety runs within families, the attitudes of over-anxious parents strongly affect their children's behaviour, say the researchers at King's College London.

Heroic teenage Baskin Robbins worker PUNCHES gun-wielding robber in the head as he tries to steal money from her cash register

Washington Baskin Robbins worker punches armed robber

Rachael Bishop, 19, at first pleaded with the man when he ordered her to hand over the money in the Lynwood, Washington store. When he ignored he, she punched him in the head multiple times. He punched back and stole $280 but she still chased after him, helping lead to his quick arrest. Bishop said she loves her bosses and fighting back was 'just a reaction'.

Woman stole dying fashion exec's identity, withdrew thousands in cash and racked up $4,000 in store credit card bills

Surveillance cameras caught the thief taking $9,000 out of the account of Kate Sullivan at ATMs in Long Island, New York on September 23, 2014.

Nasa beefs up its team of 'alien hunters' - and says we may be on the verge of finding extraterrestrial life

The alien hunting team, dubbed Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (Nexss), will include scientists from 10 universities including Stanford, the University of California and Yale.

#MyKidCantEatThis: From toast that's too crunchy to blueberries that aren't purple - The frustrating (and hilarious) excuses fussy kids give mum and dad for not eating their food

Frustrated parents whose picky kids refuse to eat their food are getting their own back by posting pictures of their tantrums and uneaten food online with the hashtag #mykidcanteatthis.

Malaria vaccine that will prevent millions of young children catching disease could be available within months after trial results find it reduces number of cases by half

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The drug, known as RTS,S, has been developed by British firm GlaxoSmithKline over 30 years, and tests show that it could prevent millions of cases of the disease in very young children.

'The devil is trying to discredit me': Controversial pastor gets animated as he defends trying to raise $65million from worshippers to by a Gulfstream private jet

Reverend Creflo Dollar defends trying to buy Gulfstream jet with donations

Reverend Creflo Dollar, 53, launched an appeal last month for 200,000 people to each donate '$300 or more' so that he could purchase a Gulfstream G650 (inset) to replace his current aircraft. The wealthy televangelist, who is known to own two Rolls Royces and multi-million dollar homes, came under heavy criticism for the appeal but has insisted he needs the plane for preaching work. In a newly posted five-minute clip on YouTube, the Atlanta-based pastor responded to criticism by saying: 'The (critics) don't know what we do. That's why they asked the question, what does a preacher need with an airplane? If you knew what we did, then you wouldn't ask that question.' The Gulfstream G650 claims to be the fastest plane ever built in civilian aviation.

Taking the p***! Google Maps shows Android URINATING on Apple's logo when users navigate to Pakistan

The Android (pictured) covers a region near Shahpur, Pakistan - at coordinates 33°30'52.5"N 73°03'33.2"E. It is believed to have been added using Google's Map Maker software.

Women spend FIVE HOURS a week taking selfies... and one in five upload them to social media make an ex-partner jealous

A new study has revealed young women are the most prolific selfie-snappers, spending 48 minutes a day taking shots of themselves. 22 per cent said getting social media 'likes' was the main reason for posing.

Inbred and isolated: DNA analysis reveals demise of the mighty woolly mammoth

Researchers at McMaster University in Canada and the Swedish Museum of Natural History found that the last mammoths were isolated on an Arctic island for 5,000 years.

'I attack my own face': Woman suffering from rare psychosomatic condition spends several HOURS a day obsessively picking at her pores and squeezing her spots

Jenna Marotta suffering from dermatillomania spends HOURS picking at her pores

New York-based writer Jenna Marotta, 27, (pictured) suffers from a psychosomatic disorder called dermatillomania that makes her obsessively pick at her skin, a time-consuming habit that often leaves her face bloody. She first developed the condition while trying to recover from a binge-eating addiction.

Show cleavage, don't flirt too much and get served by a man: FEMAIL finds out what it REALLY takes to bag a free coffee at Pret

FEMAIL writer Deni Kirkova, 24, visited six Pret A Mangers in London - three while wearing everyday clothes and no makeup, and three in a short red dress. Here's how she got on...

The woman who's allergic to her husband's kisses: Rare condition means contact with his saliva triggers agonising HIVES

Kerrie Armitage, 28, from Leeds, suffers from the ultra-rare condition aquagenic urticaria - an allergy to water. Her condition also means sweating or crying can trigger an episode.

Appeals court rules that Asian-American rock band The Slants can't trademark their racial slur name

The band, who say they chose their name as a way to reclaim a term usually considered a racial slur, cannot trademark the name because it is disparaging, a U.S. appeals court has ruled.

'Don't help unless I ask and NEVER call me an inspiration': Disabled people reveal the most annoying things others do in a bid to be 'supportive' 

A new Ask Reddit thread invited members of the disabled community to list all the ways able-bodied people think they are being supportive, but end up being just the opposite.

Secret of comedians' 'gift of the gab' revealed: Confident speakers use region of brain less, scans reveal

Scientists at University College London found that comedians and barristers showed lower levels of activity in an area of the brain known as Broca's region (pictured).

The frog with an underwater SEX DUNGEON: Species found that likes to mate in privacy - and hide its eggs 

A new species of torrent frog has been found in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Called Hylodes japi, it was found to mate underground in secret chambers. Shown is another torrent frog, the Waterfall frog.

Images of transgender prisoner whose face was 'pulverized' by police after they stripped her and shaved her head spark outrage in Brazil 

Transgender woman stripped, shaved and 'pulverized' by police sparking outrage

NEW WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Pictures have emerged of Veronica Bolina lying face down and partially naked on the ground (inset) in front of a group of policemen and other prisoners at a jail in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The 25-year-old had previously been arrested over an alleged attack on her 73-year-old neighbour. But an investigation is now underway amid reports she was set upon by officers on three different occasions after being taken into custody, leaving her face unrecognisable (right). Pictures appearing to show her ordeal were leaked online and have sparked outrage across Brazil.

Bicycle powered by HANDS set to beat speed record - and the aluminium frame is controlled using the cyclist's HEAD

Piloted and powered by paracyclist Liz McTernan, the bike was built by Plymouth University and will need to exceed 21.39mph (34.42 km/h) over 656ft (200-metres) to beat the current record.

Hi Curiosity! Mars Orbiter spies rover on the red planet's surface from almost 200 MILES away

Nasa scientists in California have revealed a distant image of Curiosity taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (shown). It was taken from an altitude of 187 miles (300km).

What's your beef? Infographic reveals the different cuts of meat you SHOULD be buying and how best to cook them

The infographic also shows that rump, fillet and T-Bone are the most popular cuts of meat we order when eating out but when it comes to cooking at home it's mince or burgers we buy.

Thousands gather at Georgia university to remember five nursing students killed in crash on their last day of school

Thousands of sobbing students and teachers prayed and lit candles on Georgia Southern University's campus during a memorial service for five nursing students who were killed in a fiery crash.

Former sorority girl drops lawsuit against Alabama coach Nick Saban's daughter who 'broke her nose during brawl sparked by a mean Facebook post'

Nick Saban's daughter

University of Alabama graduate Sarah Grimes has dropped her lawsuit against her former sorority sister Kristen Saban, whom she had accused of brutally beating her during a party in 2010.

'I was a bona fide weirdo!' Lena Dunham recalls her awkward high school years as she encourages young girls to embrace their individuality in poignant new essay 

Lena Dunham, 28, recalled the regrettable moment she tried to look like a 'regular' girl in high school for an essay she penned for Seventeen magazine titled 'Why I'm on Team Weirdo For Life'.

Gun-toting right-wing militiamen stoke fears of armed confrontation in Oregon: Activists gather at mine after it was closed by BLM

Oregon activists gather at Sugar Pine Mine after it was closed by BLM

The owners of an Oregon gold mine who called in armed activists to protect their claim amid a bitter land use dispute with the U.S. government have appealed a federal stop-work order, U.S. officials said on Thursday. But tensions remained high at the Sugar Pine Mine outside of Medford ahead of a planned protest later on Thursday over what mine supporters see as federal overreach, even as the owners insist they want to avoid a high-profile standoff.

Tibetan Mastiffs go from sought-after $1m dog to hotpot ingredient as Chinese corruption crackdown means hundreds of them can no longer be used to bribe officials

Just last year, Tibetan mastiffs were the most expensive dogs on Earth. But now they are being cheaply offloaded at abattoirs. The government's corruption crackdown is blamed.

Viva SPACE Vegas! Artist imagines fantastical future of spaceflight - complete with gambling, glitz and glamour

Concept artist Alex Brady from Cambridge has created beautiful pictures of what space travel might look like. He imagines a space station of tomorrow similar to Las Vegas (shown in image).

Superwoman in her sixties, Iron Man tucking into fast food and a pregnant Batwoman: What superheroes could look like AFTER retiring imagined in gritty photos

Photographer Martin Beck imagines how superheroes could look AFTER retiring

Photographer Martin Beck has snapped Captain America, Iron Man and the Green Lantern taking a step back from fighting crime and portrays how they are instead focusing on the struggles of getting through the week. The Dubai-based snapper produced the series of gritty portraits laced with melancholy humour in his latest project called We Can Be Heroes. The female Captain America seems to have lost her mask and is using face paint instead, while smoking on the New Zealand sidewalk (main photo); not too bothered about the Joker these days, the Bat family have a little one on the way (inset).

Should we be cleansing our skin from the INSIDE to beat spots? Japanese women swear by tincture tonic they drink that cleanses blood and removes blemishes 

27 Nov 2012 --- Woman looking at self in the mirror, early in the morning --- Image by © amanaimages/Corbis

The women of Japan swear by the 'beauty from within' philosophy and prefer to sip on tincture tonics to cleanse the system internally to encourage clear, unblemished skin.

'Murderers' rounded up and burned alive by vigilante mob in South Africa after they had 'beaten a man to death in the streets' 

A harrowing video has emerged on social media showing five men being tied together and set on fire after they murdered a 30-year-old in a local bar in South Africa.

7,000 miles, 16 countries and one very tight budget: This Spanish couple is cycling around the world living on just €3 A DAY

Spanish Pablo Mandado, 27, and Latvian Ilze Zebolde, 31 are 356 days into their quest to travel the world on bicycles and have already covered 7,000 miles and spent less than €3 a day.

Terrifying moment driver veers directly in front of train - but miraculously escapes with only minor injuries

Moment driver veers directly in front of train but miraculously escapes

This is nail-biting moment a car drives directly in front of a train but miraculously survives the blow. Surveillance video shows a Sound Transit Link light rail carriage going along a straight trackway in South Seattle, when all of a sudden a white sedan veers left into its path. As the two vehicles collide, debris flies everywhere. The car is then rapidly rammed back until the train eventually reaches a standstill. A metal street light is knocked over in the process.

Is this the new Kim Kardashian? Amanda Oleander's every move is watched by millions of fans on Twitter's new video platform in the ultimate LIVE reality show

In just 29 days, the art graduate, 25, from LA has gained 7.5 million 'loves' on Periscope, Twitter's new live broadcasting mobile app, letting strangers see her home, her friends and join in with her social life.

Underwater hotels and flights through low-orbital space by 2050... and teleportation by 2080: What the future of travel will look like

Futuristic technologies will revolutionise the way we holiday. Many futurists predict that space travel will become far more common and underwater hotels mainstream - in as little as 15 years.

A chance to own your own AIRPORT for a dollar: Billion-euro terminal designed to cater for five million passengers a year goes up for sale with NO reserve price in Spain

Ciudad Real airport was built in 2009 at a cost of more €1billion - Spain's economy having taken off - but was closed three years later when its parent company fell into financial difficulties.

Men do TWICE as much housework after they retire, according to new study (but they STILL don't do as much as women!) 

NEW A study of 1,302 German couples found men upped their daily chores from just two hours to 3.9 hours a day after they retired - but their partners were still doing far more.

Is this woman proof that superfoods work? Woman, 43, who's been eating chia seeds and spirulina for 20 YEARS has boundless energy, glowing skin... and doesn't even have a doctor

Tipper Lewis eating chia seeds and spirulina for 20 YEARS has boundless energy

Tipper Lewis, 43, from London, grew up on a farm and quickly became fascinated by the power of plants, Chinese medicine and organic produce, right. A vegan since the age of 18, she studied the power of herbs and plants at University and landed a job at Neal's Yard Remedies - the leading independent British retailer of organic natural health and beauty products. Speaking to FEMAIL about her love of superfoods, she said: 'I was taking them twenty years ago and they definitely weren't as fashionable back then but I've always loved them. 'People would laugh at me for having a bottle of green water on my desk at work but I just can't imagine living a different way. My healthy diet is definitely to thank for my energy levels.'



'I didn't get down on one knee because I wouldn't have been able to get back up': Couple aged 103 and 91 to become world's oldest newlyweds after 27 years together 

'I didn't get down on one knee because I wouldn't have been able to get back up': Couple

NEW George Kirby and 91-year-old Doreen Luckie (pictured), from Eastbourne, East Sussex, in the UK, will marry after meeting 27 years ago. They will become the oldest newlyweds in history. Between them they have had seven children, 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. They finally decided to make the union official by giving into pressure from their elderly children. George, currently 102, proposed on Valentine's Day and will marry for the third time on June 13 - getting hitched to Doreen in front of 60 guests. Doreen said: 'I won't be much of a blushing bride, but I'm getting a bit giddy thinking about it.'

Barking mad! Californian creates 45ft seesaw that sends him 25ft into the air by placing enormous trunk between two trees

Californian carpenter Kyle Toth used a 45ft tree trunk to create what may well be the world's largest seesaw. Capturing his creation on camera, two users can be seen swinging to height of around 25ft.

'Come tour the home of our ancestors!': 'Vintage' space tourism posters reveal a colonized solar system - and Earth in ruin

Artist Frank McKeever from Florida created the posters. He hopes to encourage our presence into the solar system - especially as our planet is vulnerable to cosmic disasters.

17 miles, 93 bends and breathtaking views of the Douro Valley: The world's best road is in Portugal's wine region

The N-222 road from Peso de Regua to Pinhao in Portugal has been awarded the prestigious honour of World's Best Road. But there are some on the UK which came close.

Off the back of a lorry! Cheeky baboons raid Tanzania supply truck and make a break for it with as many snacks as they can carry

An Israeli tourist to Tanzania captured the hilarious moment a baboon distracted the driver of a supply truck while another jumped inside of it and stole more than a handful of snacks.

Was the Chilean volcano eruption so incredible it attracted observers from space? Mysterious white light seen hovering beside giant ash cloud

UFO seen near Chile's Calbuco volcano's ash cloud in video

Volcano Calbuco, which has laid dormant for more than 40 years, suddenly erupted on Wednesday causing a thick plume of ash to cloud the sky while thousands of people living in its shadow were forced to flee the 'apocalypse-like' event. Hundreds filmed the eruption, near the southern port city of Puerto Montt, Chile, and its deadly ash cloud which caused all nearby flights to be grounded for safety. But one amateur cameraman was surprised to see what appeared to be white lights close to the enormous plume of ash and smoke rising from the mouth of the volcano.



'May I have the pleasure of seeing you home?' The 'flirtation cards' 19th-century men used to woo ladies (but they had to be returned if she wasn't interested)

The 'flirtation cards' 19th-century men used to woo ladies

In 19th-century America, 'escort cards' - not to be confused with the explicit sort you might imagine today - were handed to women by men who found them attractive. Collector Alan Mays has unearthed a treasure trove of these vintage ice-breakers, which bear phrases such as: 'May I be permitted the blissful pleasure of escorting you home this evening?' The cards used poetry and simple illustration (top right); and also made their intentions clear (bottom right).

Sunrise, surf and sea! Stunning pictures showcase Australia's coastline in all its glory... from above and below the surface

Warren Keelan ventures into the ocean in order to capture his breathtaking images of waves rising and falling along the coastline of south-eastern Australia.

The temple where the tigers are as tame as tabbies (but they just had a headcount and some have gone missing)

Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua in Thailand's western Kanchanaburi province - commonly known as 'The Tiger Temple' - has long proved a hit among tourists.

Indian village where people are roasted above open fire... for GOOD LUCK: Dozens take part in Hindu festival in the belief flames help ward off famine and disease

Revellers in the remote village in Jharkhand state tie themselves upside down onto a wooden pole that hand hangs just feet above a raging fire. Seconds later they throw themselves into the flames.

Make keepsakes, do date night and be grateful for your children even when they're being unbearable: New parents reveal their top tips in heart-warming video

The short clip, made by Extra Storage Space, has been viewed more than 600,000 times. It features new parents, all US based, sharing the tips and advice they wish they had known before having a baby.

Heartbreaking and horrifying images of West African communities torn apart by deadly Ebola virus take top prize at this year's Sony World Photography Awards

American John Moore's poignant photographs of the outbreak in Liberia were praised by the judges for illustrating with compassion how people's daily lives were destroyed by the disease.

Sleep with the fishes! Inside Dubai's luxury underwater suites that come with private butlers and panoramic views into an aquarium filled with 65,000 sea creatures

With a base price of £5,500 ($8,200) a night the underwater suites at Atlantis, The Palm boast views directly into a massive aquarium, creating the illusion of being under the sea.

Nevermind the mark-up! Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's graffiti-covered love nest revamped and rented on Airbnb for $163 a night

The perfect retreat for a Nirvana fan: Bedroom Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love shared in

Currently showing in cinemas, the new documentary Montage of Heck claims to offer the most intimate glimpse yet into the life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. But one Los Angeles resident can offer fans an even more intense taste of the singer's life, by letting them sleep in his house. Cobain lived in this two bedroom apartment on Spaulding Avenue in L.A.'s Fairfax district during the height of Nirvana-mania, pictured top right. It is now being rented for $163 after undergoing a fancy revamp - and a lot of graffiti removal, pictured left.