She scrubs up well! Tattooed bikini model Sofia Hellqvist looks simply stunning as she weds Sweden's Prince Carl Philip in glittering ceremony attended by royal families from across Europe

Sofia Hellqvist weds Prince Carl Philip in Sweden royal wedding

Sweden's Prince Carl Philip has married Sofia Hellqvist, 30, at a ceremony in the chapel at Stockholm's Royal Palace. The 36-year-old is the third in line to the throne behind his elder sister Princess Victoria and her three-year-old daughter, Princess Estelle. Miss Hellqvist is a former glamour model, who once posed topless while clutching a snake to preserve her modesty. Thousands of well-wishers lined the streets of Stockholm for the glitzy event, despite suggestions support for the Swedish royal family is dwindling.

Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over on New York City island as she promises to look out for the pocketbooks of ordinary Americans - but the 'overflow' crowd zone is left EMPTY

Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over with 'slightly more arrogant Woodstock'

Thousands of New Yorkers streamed into Roosevelt Island's Four Freedoms Park on Saturday for Hillary Clinton's relaunch speech - or her 'reset button,' if you're a mocking Republican. She actually announced her presidential candidacy more than two months ago. Clinton said Saturday that she chose the outdoor Four Freedoms Park on the island because it's 'a place with absolutely no ceilings.'

Horrifying moment coach runs over group of 15-year-old swimmers in Azerbaijan for the European Games leaving one with severe spinal injuries and in a coma 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Vanessa Sahinovic, 15, suffered a broken spine and multiple fractures in the horrifying smash at the athletes village in Azerbaijan.

Runaway elephant escapes from circus and kills 65-year-old man out for his morning stroll in Germany 

The 65-year-old man was killed while on a regular morning stroll through woodland near Buchen, southwest Germany, in the early hours of this morning. Police are investigating the death.

All eyes on gorgeous George! Prince steals the show with royal wave from Buckingham Palace balcony as mummy makes her first outing after giving birth to join in Queen's birthday celebrations

Prince George watches Kate Middleton and Prince William for Trooping the Colour

Despite all the military pomp and splendour of the Trooping the Colour parade, Prince George managed to steal the show with a simple wave from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Held by proud father Prince William, the pair were joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, making her first appearance since giving birth to Princess Charlotte last month. Today's parade along The Mall and Horse Guards Parade marks the Queen's official birthday, though her actual birthday was on April 21, when she turned 89.

Gunman in custody after shooting woman dead at Iowa mall food court

A shooting near the food court of a popular Iowa mall left one person dead and stunned shoppers Friday night, police said. Witnesses heard gunshots inside the Coral Ridge Mall in Coralville.

Lord of the Dance! Unassuming teenager proves looks CAN be deceiving as he shocks high-school crowd by winning dance-off

Teen shocks high-school crowd by winning dance-off in video

The old saying 'you can't judge a book by it's cover' is shown in spectacular fashion in this high-school viral video. A boy goes from unassuming and somewhat awkward to instant hero thanks to his scintillating dance moves in an inspirational dance-off, believed to have been filmed at a high-school in the U.S.

Waco police say that their officers fired only 12 times and bikers shot most of the rounds at deadly restaurant shootout

Waco Police Chief Brent Stroman said that only three of the 16 officers outside the Twin Peaks restaurant fired their weapons after gunfire erupted following a dispute between rival biker gangs.

Six-year-old girl held for three days by police at French airport after they mistakenly believed she was traveling with a fake passport

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The girl was traveling as an unaccompanied minor carrying all necessary documents, and her mother was waiting at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to greet her.

'Don't blow my cover': How NAACP leader told her adopted black brother not to let on that she was actually white as she built 'whole new identity' as civil rights activist

Rachel Dolezal told her brother 'don't blow my cover'

UPDATED Rachel Dolezal, 37, (left recently and right as a child) is at the center of an storm of criticism over her insistence that she is black, despite her white parents. In 20120 she told her brother Ezra (center), who is adopted, not to reveal her true past and ethnicity to anybody.

'Iggy Azalea ran so Rachel Dolezal could fly': Twitter goes to town over white NAACP leader PRETENDING to be black

The news that the leader of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP had been presenting herself as black over the past few years despite being white has resulted in an incredibly polarizing response.

Police sniper shoots dead gunman who opened fire on Dallas Police HQ and planted EXPLOSIVES in a nine-hour stand off after accusing cops of 'taking his son'

Dallas police shoot dead gunman who planted EXPLOSIVES

Police say their sniper (center) hit the gunman, who identified himself as James Boulware, 35, (bottom left) around four hours in to a stand-off in a Jack In The Box parking lot, and there have been no signs of life from his armored van since. As of 9am Dallas time, police robots were attempting to confirm the kill so that officers would not have to approach the van, which Boulware claimed was packed with C4 explosives. Officers had already found explosive packages planted near their HQ, one of which exploded when a bomb disposal robot touched it (bottom right). Police Chief David Brown told how officers tried repeatedly to negotiate with Boulware after he rammed a police patrol car and opened fire at officers (damage to patrol car top right) around midnight. He said officers took lethal action after his furious ranting led the talks to a dead end.

John Kerry limps home: Secretary of State leaves hospital on crutches 12 days after breaking his leg in Alps cycling accident

The U.S. Secretary of State, 71, sustained a fracture to his right femur after his bike struck a curb and he crashed to the ground on a Tour de France route near Geneva, Switzerland, on May 31.

Pennsylvania woman turns 100 and credits her long life to 'drinking a lot of booze' 

Pauline Spagnola, of Plains Township, Pennsylvania, was asked by a local television reporter about her secret to long life and she replied quickly that it was to 'drink a lot of booze'.

Hundreds of cops out in force once more as search for 'Shawshank' inmates stretches into the seventh day and grandmother prison worker 'who helped them break free' is moved to county jail

Cops out in force as search for Clinton Prison inmates stretches into seventh day

Armed police swarmed upstate New York on Saturday as the search for two murderers on the run stretched into the seventh day. Richard Matt, 48, and David Sweat, 34, are believed to have scratched their way out of Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora using DIY tools - in a scenario eerily similar to the blockbuster movie Shawshank Redemption. Though their alleged accomplice, 51-year-old grandmother and prison worker Joyce Mitchell, is charged and moved to a county jail, the escapees have managed to elude authorities.

Pope Francis meets thousands of cheering Italian Scouts in St Peter's Square 

NEW Pope Francis told thousands of Italian boy scouts and girl guides who packed St Peter's Square that they had a very important role to play in the Church and in the wider society.

Volcano unleashes hot ash a mile into the air forcing thousands of villagers to leave their homes on Indonesian island

NEW Nearly 3,000 people have been forced to leave their homes after Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted - sending hot ash over a mile into the air and covering villages four miles away.

PICTURED: Moment former Full House star John Stamos was handcuffed and arrested 'for DUI in Beverly Hills before officers took him to hospital because he was so out of it'

Full House' John Stamos 'booked for DUI in Beverly Hills'

John Stamos was reportedly busted for DUI while in Beverly Hills on Friday night. According to TMZ , the 51-year-old actor was said to be 'so out of it' that law enforcement officers felt he required 'immediate medical attention.' The two-time Emmy nominee was then taken by ambulance to the hospital.

Any skeletons in your closet? Yes, three! Indian man found living with the remains of his older sister and their two pet dogs in his bedroom 

Police discovered the skeletons in the man's bedroom in the West Bengal city of Kolkata. Food found next to the bodies suggest he fed them daily since the sister died six months ago.

Surgeon claiming he will transplant volunteer's HEAD to another body says he needs America's help to do it

Dr Sergio Canavero and his volunteer Valery Spiridinov, 30, spoke at the American Academy of Neurological and Orthopadeic Surgerons conference in Annapolis. Canavero's plan has been called 'reckless' by doctors.

Motor-mouth witness turned viral video sensation gets ARRESTED on outstanding shoplifting charge after store owner recognized him on television

Courtney Barnes ARRESTED on shoplifting charge after store owner saw viral video

A man with green hair and fingernails who was interviewed this week at the scene of a crash that injured a Mississippi police officer has been arrested. Courtney Barnes went to the Ridgeland Police Department, where he was arrested and booked on a contempt of court charge. Barnes was then handed over to the Jackson Police Department, where he was charged in connection with a shoplifting case, police said.

Deeply personal information is in hands of China-linked hackers following breach of security clearance database

FILE - In this June 5, 2015, file photo, a gate leading to the Homeland Security Department headquarters in northwest Washington. Hackers stole personnel data and Social Security numbers for every federal employee, a government worker union said Thursday, June 11, 2015, charging that the cyberattack on U.S. employee data is far worse than the Obama administration has acknowledged. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

In describing a cyber breach of federal records dramatically worse than first acknowledged, authorities point to Standard Form 86, which US intelligence personnel are required to complete.

Mother in Indiana Walmart brawl who asked her 6-year-old son to help is arrested for contributing to his 'delinquency'

Amber Stephenson, 34, was arrested and charged with neglect of a dependent and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after encouraging her son to help her in a fight at a Indiana Walmart.

'What the f*** are you looking at?': Double murderer sparks physical fight with victims' family in court by spitting heartless jibe as he is jailed for 75 years

Gregory Eady sparks fight with victims' family in court

A fight broke out between a double murderer and one of his victims' families as he was sentenced to 75 years in prison. Gregory Eady, 20, was being led into detention in Hudson County, New Jersey, when he turned to the emotional relatives and said: 'What the f*** are you looking at?' One man leaped up from his seat and shouted, 'What did you say?' before launching himself at Eady.

From drinking ginger ale to sitting on brown paper and Chinese remedies: How to beat travel sickness on land, water and air

Millions suffer with travel sickness every day as signals from the brain and body get confused during times of motion. From drinking ginger ale to where to sit on planes - here's how to beat it

Cutout swimsuits, fisherman trousers and matching family outfits: How NOT to make the ultimate fashion faux pas on your summer holiday

'Just back from Keenyah', 20-year-old ravers, dad fashion and overdressers: we look at some of the worst fashion tribes for British holidaymakers and how to ensure you aren't one of them.

Baseball fan who was 'seriously injured' after being smashed in the face by a broken bat at Fenway Park stuns doctors by walking out of hospital after just one week

Tonya Carpenter hit in the face by bat at Fenway Park leaves hospital

A woman who was seriously injured by a cracked baseball bat at a Red Sox game has been released from the hospital after a week of treatment. Tonya Carpenter was sitting in the second row in Fenway Park on June 5 when Oakland Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie shattered his bat during the second inning, sending a piece flying into the stands.

Dino-Mite! Jurassic World set to break records with $180 million June opening as it devours the competition at box office

The fourth movie in the Jurassic Park franchise stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard and is on-track to earn at least $180 million during its first weekend of wide release.

Hurricane Carlos forms over Pacific off southwest Mexico as government issues weather warning

NEW U.S. National Hurricane Center forecasters said Carlos, a tropical storm only hours earlier, had gained strength overnight and was moving toward the northwest at 2mph.

Inside ISIS's luxury new headquarters: Jihadists set up base in spectacular Syrian mansion they claim to have seized from Qatari Royal Family

ISIS' new headquarters in Syrian mansion owned by Qatari Royal Family

Islamic State leaders are said to have set up a headquarters in a luxury mansion near Palmyra, complete with marble floors and indoor swimming pool, seized from Qatar's royal family. Aerial photographs of the sprawling complex show highly-manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Syrian desert. Isis media branches shared photographs of the villa under the headline: 'A castle for the tyrants of Qatar in Palmyra'. The Qatari royal family - said to be the true owners of the luxury property - also own London's Shard, Harrods and the Olympic Village. They are currently building what is predicted to become Britain's most expensive residential property in Regent's Park.

Barber who slashed customer's throat with straight razor is sentenced to ten years in prison

Daniel Roberto Flores, 22, who was arrested and pleaded guilty to attempted murder for the October 2014 incident at a California barbershop, was sentenced in court on Thursday.

Welcome to...where? Man who lives next to airport delights in confusing plane passengers with a 'Welcome to Cleveland' sign on his Milwaukee home

Mark Gubin painted the sign in 1978 at his apartment near Mitchell International Airport. He got the idea after his assistant said he should post a sign welcoming people to the city since he was close by.

Not your typical peshmerga fighter: The female Kurdish pop star with assault rifle rings who inspires troops with her songs about destroying ISIS

Helen Abdulla who inspires troops with her songs about destroying ISIS

Helen Abdulla, who was born in Iran but fled to Finland before launching a pop carer in Los Angeles, is now being championed by Kurdish peshmerga forces after making her latest song about them. The granddaughter of a Kuridsh fighter herself, she flew out to Syria to film her latest music video in a town near Mosul, just a mile from where the Kurds are engaged in a deadly struggle with Islamic militants. Wearing blinged-out rifle rings, and bullets stitched to her jacket, she is seen firing tank shells at the militants of the Islamic State.

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Pictured - the fire Kim Jong-Un didn't want you to see: Images emerge of major blaze at showpiece North Korean hotel which officials refuse to admit happened 

Pictured - the fire Kim Jong-Un didn't want you to see: Images emerge of major blaze at

NEW Despite pictures clearly showing the Koryo Hotel in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang on fire, state authorities have refused to admit there was a blaze, or any details about where people were injured. Police officers in the secretive state, governed by dictator Kim Jong Un (inset), even reprimanded foreign tourists near the fire who took photos - but that didn't stop these pictures being released to the international press. Authorities have still refused to confirm that there was a fire, whether anyone was injured in the blaze or the extent of the damage.

Exxon to pay $1million penalty for 2011 Montana spill that left 63,000 gallons of crude oil in Yellowstone River

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Friday ordered Exxon Mobil to pay the penalty within 20 days, claiming it failed to adequately heed warnings that the pipeline was at a risk from flooding.

Move over Lassie: IQ tests reveal pigs can outsmart dogs and chimpanzees

Scientists at Emory University in Atlanta are hoping the results will make people think differently about animals that are traditionally seen as meat.

Shocking moment teacher picks up 2-year-old girl and slams her to the ground after struggling to put a hat on the toddler

The video, shot from the window of a high-rise building above the school in Hoboken, shows a teacher push the child to the ground after attempting to put a hat on her head.

Terrifying moment a Lamborghini crashes in spectacular fashion on a Texas road

The footage shows the March incident, which took place on the Dallas North Tollway. It later emerged the car was a rental from company Exotic Skittles.

'Body in suitcase' teenager is SELLING her three-month-old baby daughter for $150,000 from Bali prison, infant's grandmother says

Heather Mack is SELLING her three-month-old daughter for $150k

Heather Mack, 19, and her boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, 21, both from Chicago, were convicted in April of killing Sheila von Wiese-Mack, 62, while vacationing last August on the Indonesian island of Bali. Schaefer was sentenced to 18 years in prison for battering his mother-in-law to death, while Mack got a decade behind bars for helping. Mack gave birth to the couple's baby girl, Stella (pictured, left, with Mack), in March. Earlier this week, Daily Mail Online revealed that the mother of one is set to place her baby daughter in the care of an Australian family living in Bali until she is finally freed from prison. But now, Schaefer's mother, Kia Walker (pictured, right, leaving court on Friday), has claimed that Mack is selling Stella for $150,000 from her eight-woman cell at notorious Kerobokan Prison - and says she has 'text messages' to back her claim.

Men taking their wife's name, double-barrelled surnames and even MESHED versions are all the rage as traditional marriages go out of fashion 

The numbers of women who refuse to give up their maiden name when they marry has soared over recent years. Now it appears to be men who are willing to compromise over their surnames.

Somali man involved in the kidnap of Australian photographer held hostage for more than a year arrested in Canada after being lured there by police 

Police have arrested a Somali man they believe was involved in the 2008 kidnapping and torture of Australian journalist Nigel Brennan after initiating an undercover operation in Canada.

From dusk till dawn: Interactive map lets you see sunrises and sunsets around the world on Instagram in real-time

The global map, created by New York designer Michelle Chandra, places a marker for Instagram users' #sunrise and #sunset tags from the past 24 hours.

You are here: The incredible map that reveals our place in the universe - and it's about to get a lot bigger

Dr Brent Tully from the University of Hawaii in Honolulu has begun mapping out an even greater concentration of galaxies, known as the Shapley Supercluster.

Never-before-seen photos show Brigitte Bardot perched on bar of a London pub after running off with famed paparazzi photographer... and later spending the night with him

Brigitte Bardot photos show her sitting on the bar of a London pub

French actress, singer and supermodel Brigitte Bardot is captured in candid shots taken by famed paparazzi photographer Ray Bellisario in London in 1968. After convincing Bardot to spend the night with him, he took her to a pub along Albemarle Street in Mayfair and got her to pose for a series of stunning shots that are just now being seen for the first time.

Federal court sides with three of the country's largest contact lens manufacturers as they bid to halt Utah banning price fixing

FILE - In this May 13, 2015 file photo, a contact lens is shown in front of a 1-800 Contacts shipping box in Salt Lake City. A federal appeals court will allow a hotly contested Utah law banning price fixing for contact lenses to go into effect.  The decision handed down Friday, June 12, 2015 from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver comes after three of the nation's largest contact lens manufacturers sued to block the measure. The law could have wide-ranging effects on the roughly $4 billion contact lens market, which has some 38 million American consumers. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

A federal appeals court ruling has halted a new Utah law banning price-fixing for contact lenses, clearing the way for the disputed legislation that will have wide-ranging effects on the $4 billion industry.

Grisly scenes as dismembered bodies of Russian mom and her daughter are found at Mexico border state home

Officials in the Mexican border state of Baja California say the dismembered bodies of a 45-year-old Russian woman and her 12-year-old daughter were found in a garage.

Shaq denies being 9/11 Truther and blames 'insulting and offensive' social media posts on rogue content managing firm

'I am not and never have been a "9/11 truther,"' Shaquille O'Neal said in a statement. 'My father served our country and I am immensely proud of the sacrifices people make daily to keep us safe.'

President George Bush turns 91 with touching tributes from his family but no big birthday bash like wife Barbara 

President George H.W. Bush turned 91-years-old on Friday, but unlike his wife Barbara who turned 90 a week earlier with a star-studded party, kept things pretty low key with tributes from family.

Picture perfect romance: Stunt doubles for Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron's Mad Max characters are married with a baby son after meeting on set in the Namibian desert

Mad Max stunt doubles for Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are now married

Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy, pictured bottom left, are two of Hollywood's hottest stars and while viewers didn't get to see any romance between them, it was a different story for their stunt doubles, pictured. South African Dane who did stunts as Max said he noticed Dayna straight away and made a joke about their similar names. That was in May 2012 when filming started and now their married and have a son.

Utah board of education member dies in crash alongside wife and two children after stalling his plane

Mark Openshaw, 43, had just taken off from a grass strip at his parents' home in Huggins, Missouri. He was around 100ft off the ground when the small aircraft plummeted back to earth.

Outgoing Twitter CEO Dick Costolo got $11 million RICHER by stepping down amid pressure from shareholders over firm's declining fortunes

Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo has quit the social network (Twitter/PA)

Twitter stock rose by more than 7 per cent in the wake of Dick Costolo's announcement. With 8.2m stock options and 822,545 shares of the stock, it means he will have an extra $11.2m in wealth.

Marine mom now facing fight of her life as she battles rare flesh eating bug that's attacking her arms and feet

Cindy Martinez battles flesh eating bug that's attacking her arms and feet

A Georgia mother is fighting to keep her hands and feet after being diagnosed with a flesh-eating bacteria. At this point, doctors are not sure how 34-year-old Cindy Martinez contracted the dangerous bacteria. Her husband, David Martinez, says it all started with a small pain in her shoulder

Queen Elizabeth gets HIV in shocking scenes shot for Sacha Baron Cohen's new film about soccer hooligans

In Sacha Baron Cohen's latest film 'Grimsby' - which has already angered the residents of the town - Her Majesty becomes infected when a child with the virus is assassinated, splattering her with blood.

'Dear Barack, you're an idiot': President Obama reveals that he replies to letters that insult him

U.S. President Barack Obama revealed that he receives 10 of the 40,000 letters sent to his administration, to reply to. He said that he even replies to those that call him an idiot.

Student brings BAT to Montana middle school science class...leading eight people to get anti-rabies shots

The child's family of seven and a classmate who touched the bat Tuesday at North Middle School in Great Falls started the series of shots, officials said.

Real Republican White House candidates eat QUICHE: Rand Paul's distinctly haute cuisine breakfast choice revealed by rival's aid who tweets it from first class cabin

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul stands on a chair to speak to supporters accompanied by N.H. Sen Andy Sanborn, second from left, during the opening of Paul's campaign office in Manchester, N.H., Friday, June 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Cheryl Senter)

Mike Murphy had political tweeters laughing for an hour with quiche jokes and musings about looking at an ISIS website while saying 'death to infidels' - to make Paul rethink his stand on terrorism.

'I wuv you, Luke': Boy, 3, who wrote to his beloved beagle in 'doggie heaven' gets mysterious and moving reply

Luke Westbrook who wrote to his beagle in 'doggie heaven' gets mysterious reply

Since their beagle, Moe, passed away in April, Mary Westbrook and her son Luke have written letters to the dog from their Norfolk, Virginia, home. Westbrook would put the letters in the mailbox with Luke, and later take them out while her son was sleeping. Two weeks ago, she forgot to take a note out of the mailbox, and the next day, it was gone. On Wednesday, the pair received an unexpected reply.

Michelle, Malia and Sasha Obama to meet Prince Harry during whistle-stop tour through London and Italy 

They last met two years ago for tea and cake in Washington, D.C. And now the prince will entertain the First Lady, her daughters Malia and Sasha, and her mother Marian Robinson in London.

Virginia teen in wheelchair stuns classmates by walking at graduation three years after car accident left him paralyzed

Parker Hall was initially given less than a 5 percent chance of walking again. But last year he and his family made a goal that he would make it across that stage after his progress in physical therapy.

Back to her old self! Caitlyn the dog who suffered grotesque injuries after her snout was wrapped shut with tape is on the mend

Caitlyn the dog who who suffered grotesque injuries after her snout was wrapped shut with

A 15-month-old dog named Caitlyn (left and right) that was found with her snout taped shut so tightly she needed surgery is doing well and does not require additional procedures, animal society officials said. The dog was in critical condition after it was found with tape wrapped around its snout so tightly that the dog's tongue was swollen and oozing blood. her wounds are healing and officials say she is in good condition.

'I let a doctor remove your breasts so I could stand up straighter': Transgender man writes emotional apology letter to the girl he used to be

Ethan Smith, 22, told his past self that he was sorry for not transitioning sooner. He also mourned for having to give up the ability to create biological children in order to become his true self.

One more reason to order takeout: Adding salt to a high-fat diet can help you LOSE weight, claims study

Scientists at the University of Iowa discovered that giving an increased level of salt to mice on a high-fat diet caused them to put on less weight over a period of 16 weeks.

Valedictorian reveals himself to be secret Instagrammer behind heartwarming account that selected individual classmates and praised their good qualities in graduation speech 

Washington's Konner Suave reveals himself as Instagrammer that praised classmates

A Valedictorian has unveiled himself as the person behind an Instagram account posting daily compliments about his fellow students. For 43 weeks, Konner Suave, 18, (left) has anonymously been updating @TheBenevolentOne3 with year book photos of every student in the classes of 2014-2017 at East Valley High School in Washington. Each image features a caption saying what makes that person special (right).

   

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Pregnant North Carolina woman, 20, survives car accident that split her car in HALF and sent the back end flying on the opposite side of the highway

Pregnant North Carolina woman, 20, survives car accident that split her car in half

NEW Police believe Haley Smith may have been speeding more than 100mph when her car (pictured after the accident) crossed the highway's median and was struck by an SUV. Smith was found unconscious but only had to be treated for a few cuts and bruises and her baby was also uninjured. She has been charged with reckless driving, possession of drug paraphernalia and having unsafe tires.

Sun AND snow! From the glaciers of Europe to the finest slopes in the Southern Hemisphere... where to find great summer skiing

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Skis, boards and the thought of snow may have gone into hibernation, but it not not be the case with a host of European resorts open for business and the Southern Hemisphere season starting.

That'll be enough to stop them! City officials place 66 BOLLARDS on a tiny strip of pavement in extreme bid to deter street traders

Few local authorities have taken such draconian steps to stop unlicensed street hawkers as those in the Chinese city of Shenzhen who have created a veritable forest of bright yellow posts.

Staring into Hell: Intrepid adventurer captures incredible images of the world's most active lava lakes using drones and a suit that can withstand 3,000F heat 

This incredible photos were taken by filmmaker Sam Cossman and his team and shows his harrowing journey into the Vanuatu's Marum crater - one of only seven lava lakes on the planet.

Bear honks horn to be let free after getting stuck in Colorado woman's pickup truck and demolishing all of the seats

Dave Masters was awoken around 1am when a bear became stuck in his wife Sally's pickup truck in Evergreen, Colorado, and began honking the horn after demolishing the interior of the vehicle.

Disgraced former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn CLEARED of aggravated pimping for 'recreational' orgies during global financial crisis

Former FMI head Dominique Strauss-Kahn enters his car as he leaves his apartment in Paris, France, June 12, 2015. Strauss-Kahn heads to Lille to learn the verdict in what is called the Carlton Affair where 14 people including Strauss-Kahn stand accused of sex offences including the alleged procuring of prostitutes. A French prosecutor has asked a criminal court to acquit former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of a pimping charge for his role in what investigating magistrates argued was an organized sex ring using prostitutes.     REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the man once tipped to become French president, admitted to taking part in the sex parties between 2008 and 2011, but said he had no idea the women involved were prostitutes.

Germanwings killer co-pilot researched how to get hold of CYANIDE online and searched the term 'living will' on the day before fatal crash

Andreas Lubitz, co-pilot of Germanwings flight 4U9525, running during the Aerportrace in Hamburg, Germany, 13 September 2009. 
In the aftermath of the Germanwings plane crash in France, French investigators reports on 06 May 2015 state that Lubitz changed the autopilot to 100 feet during a separate flight on the same morning before the crash but then corrected it. The chief of French civil aviation authority Remy Jouty also reported 'Lubitz was twice refused a medical certificate re-validation in April 2009 by Lufthansa aeromedical centre due to depression'.





epa04734986 A file picture dated 27 March 2015 shows Andreas Lubitz, co-pilot of Germanwings flight 4U9525, running during the Aerportrace in Hamburg, Germany, 13 September 2009. In the aftermath of the Germanwings plane crash in France, French investigators reports on 06 May 2015 state that Lubitz changed the autopilot to 100 feet during a separate flight on the same morning before the crash but then corrected it. The chief

German prosecutors say Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who crashed Germanwings Flight 9525 researched how to get hold of deadly drugs and the possibility of a living will the day before the fatal crash.

Alaska Coast Guard rescues 4 fishermen, including one who COULDN'T SWIM, from abandoned ship that sinks into the ocean

Four men aboard the Kupreanof, which was fishing for salmon about 60 miles west of Juneau, were hoisted into a helicopter after sending out a mayday around 3.45am when the ship took on water.

Light on your feet! Japanese inventor creates LED dancing shoes that allow users to paint the town any colour they like

Orphe shoes, the brainchild of Yuya Kikukawa, contain a tech-packed lighting system and musical-audio control, and were designed with artists and performers in mind.

'For eating my guineas, I ate him:' Man grills snake and eats it to avenge his six caged guinea fowl eaten whole by six-foot serpent

Man grills snake and eats it in revenge after the reptile ate his guinea fowl

Trevor Bounds grilled and ate a six-foot-long snake after the reptile ate six guinea fowl on the man's farm. After eating the birds, the snake began slithering over to the next cage, eyeing the family's dog. Bounds caught it and, irritated with the predator, he fired up the grill and seared the serpent.

   

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Dear Bob Dylan, please come and sing in our field! How two cheeky British schoolboys bamboozled rock's greatest stars to play at their very own Woodstock

How two British schoolboys bamboozled Bob Dylan to play at their own Woodstock

Bob Dylan was getting angry. The trailer he'd been given as a changing room didn't have a loo. His pregnant wife, Sara, had mentioned it, and, after he'd waited two hours while a problem with the sound on stage was fixed, pre-show nerves were making him uncomfortable. He now needed the toilet, too ...

Is this the next Olympic sport? Athletes mix surfing and gymnastics to perform jaw-dropping stunts... while riding a wave

Footage shows the surfing couple displaying remarkable upper body strength and balance to perform a series of gymnastic lifts while riding a wave.

A VERY good reason to make a song and dance! Couple announce they're having a fourth baby with a Broadway-style number... and their three children as backing singers 

Parents Christopher and Erika Thomas from Chicago revealed the latest addition to their family is due in December with a catchy musical song which they wrote and performed for the cameras.

From brushing your teeth to washing your hair and cutting your nails: Astronaut demonstrates how to keep clean in space

European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti demonstrated how to keep clean in microgravity without running water - and captured the amazing results on camera.

Fantasy island! Incredible photographs of the Caribbean's Dominica make the natural paradise look EVEN MORE enticing

Budding filmakers sent to beautiful Dominica 

Photo Credit: Sarah Lee (@hisarahlee)

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From crossing eyes and smacking lips to bathing your face in the liquid! Hilarious footage captures reactions to group tasting Craft beer for the first time

Reactions to group tasting Craft beer for the first time in video

A group of people were filmed tasting a selection of Craft beers for the first time and the varied reactions were hilarious. In the advert, which was produced by Beer Deluxe, Germany's largest online Craft beer shop, one man scrunches up his face, a woman crosses her eyes and another man pours his drink on his face.

   

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