Lions, bears, crocodiles and a HIPPO roam the streets of Tbilisi: Residents warned to stay indoors after freak flood destroys zoo animals' enclosures and turns Georgian capital into wasteland

Apocalyptic scenes in Georgia's Tbilisi as animals escape from zoo during freak flood

Residents in the Georgian capital Tbilisi have been warned to stay indoors after dangerous animals escaped from the city's zoo when flash floods destroyed their enclosures, setting them free and allowing them to roam the streets. The freak weather has already killed eight people in the city, including three workers who are employed at the zoo. One of the dead was confirmed as Guiliko Chitadze, a zookeeper who lost an arm in attack by a tiger last month. Heavy rains and wind hit Tbilisi last night, turning a normally small stream that runs through the hilly city into a surging river, destroying homes as well as major roads and vehicles.

'I know I've been foolish': Topless backpacker Eleanor Hawkins is finally back home with her parents and apologises for 'any offence caused' after stripping on sacred Malaysian mountain

Eleanor Hawkins the Topless backpacker is home after 3 days in Malaysian prison

Backpacker Eleanor Hawkins has returned to her home in Derbyshire after fleeing Malaysia, where she was jailed for three days after posing topless on a sacred mountain and blamed for causing a deadly earthquake. Flanked by her parents outside her home with this morning, she apologised to the tribesmen who accused her of triggering the tremor. She said: 'I know my behaviour was foolish and I know how much offence we all caused to the local people of Sabah. For that, I am truly sorry.'

Pictures that reveal new joy for widow of policeman David Rathband who is now happy and settled with her new prison officer boyfriend 

Kath Rathband, 45, appears to be enjoying life again, with holiday photographs showing her relaxing with new boyfriend John McGee in Rome and Kent.

'Edward Snowden has blood on his hands': MI6 is forced to pull spies out of hostile countries after Russia and China decode a MILLION encrypted files leaked by the whistleblower

Over one million top-secret files accessed by Russian and Chinese spy chiefs contain information that could lead to the identification of British and US agents, senior government sources say.

TV historian David Starkey branded 'serial utterer of bile and bilge' for likening the SNP to the Nazis and saying the saltire is like a swastika

The outspoken 70-year-old claimed the Saltire was like the swastika and accused the SNP of treating the English in the way Hitler persecuted the Jews, provoking an angry response from the party.

Pope Francis to call for revolution of hearts and minds to stop climate change and global inequality in letter to world's 2.1billion Catholics

Pope Francis delivers a speech next to prefect of the papal household Georg Gaenswein during a meeting with the employees of Roman catholic broadcasting network TV2000 at Paul VI audience hall on at the Vatican.  AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABITIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images

Pope Francis is to call for a stop to climate change and global inequality in a letter due to be sent to Catholic bishops around the world on Thursday, with the UN predicting his encyclical could have 'major impact'.

Sir Elton John's husband David Furnish 'buys London home for 33-year-old personal trainer he met clubbing'

David, 52, met 33-year-old Danny Williams on a night out clubbing in the capital, and quickly struck up a friendship, a report in The Sun on Sunday claims.


EXCLUSIVE - Our agony on The Smiler: Alton Towers victim reveals the hell of waiting hours for rescue and how he comforted his girlfriend who lost a leg that 'nothing would change between them' 

Our agony on The Smiler: Alton Towers victim reveals the hell of waiting hours for rescue

Soon after he boarded his favourite Alton Towers rollercoaster, Joe Pugh (pictured left) sensed something was wrong. And tragically, his fears would prove justified when the carriage he and his 17-year-old girlfriend Leah Washington were riding crashed into an empty car, causing horrific injuries to them both. Sixth-form student Leah Washington (pictured with Joe on the ride, top right, and together before the crash, bottom right) had to have her left leg amputated above the knee, while 18-year-old Joe smashed both his kneecaps, which will take months of physiotherapy and rehabilitation to overcome. Now, as the pair recover in the same hospital, Joe has spoken for the first time of the day out which ended so horrifically.

My father couldn't talk to me until I was five... then I'd put swear words into his voicebox: A touching portrait of Stephen Hawking's family his son Tim 

Tim Hawking, the third of Hawking's children with his first wife, Jane Wilde, makes the disclosure as part of a documentary on the world's most famous physics professor airing on Tuesday at 10.35pm.

BBC faces £500m cuts as Tories plan to freeze licence fee for five years and stop non-payers being sent to jail

Culture, Media and Sport Secretary John Whittingdale, pictured, is poised to order a five-year freeze in the annual £145.50 licence fee with sources saying it was 'almost inevitable'.

Men see their sons more than daughters after splitting from the mother - while women lose confidence in their parenting skills 

Men with spare rooms and those who helped bring up their children before the separation were also found to have longer-lasting relationships, research by The Nuffield Foundation claimed.

Hushed up, the taxpayer's £350,000 legal aid bill for arson couple who killed six of their own children in fire at their home 

Mick Philpott and wife Mairead speak to the media at Derby Conference Centre, Derby following a fire at their home last week which claimed the lives of six of his children. 

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Child killers Mick and Mairead Philpott were given more than £350,000 of taxpayer money to fund a legal team that included four barristers, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Revealed: Pensioner pictured walking arm-in-arm with policeman in touching viral image is 83-year-old great-grandfather who had caught the wrong bus home 

EXCLUSIVE:The Mail Online can reveal that the elderly man seen being walked home by a kind-hearted policeman in Northamptonshire is great-grandfather Richard Walker, 83, pictured.

EXCLUSIVE - Rolf Harris's vile jail song: In shock letter from cell, shamed star reveals 'country rock' lyrics that damn his sex victims as greedy 'wenches' - then brags about cushy prison life 

Rolf Harris's vile jail song revealed in letter from Stafford prison

Convicted paedophile Rolf Harris has written a vile song from his prison cell in Stafford (inset right), sickeningly castigating his victims as money-grabbing mercenaries intent on claiming compensation. Harris, 84, targeted girls as young as seven, but in his lyrics he displays no remorse for his crimes. Instead, he callously describes the victims whose lives he wrecked as 'woodworms' who have 'climbed up out of the woodwork from 40 years ago'.In his misogynistic rant, he shamelessly sneers at the women he indecently assaulted, saying: 'Perhaps you think you're pretty still, some perfumed sultry wench?'

It's a 'Shoeish conspiracy': Twitter mocks British Muslim campaigner after he claims MOSSAD sneaked into his home and stole a single shoe - and he responds with bizarre video rant

In a public Facebook post, Asghar Bukhari, founding member of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee, pictured, said someone had tried to intimidate him by mysteriously taking his footwear as he slept.

20-year-old SNP MP admits using her new Westminster salary for 'rounds for her mates and McDonald's'

Mhairi Black MP (pictured) was speaking on the BBC Radio Scotland programme Off The Ball about her first few weeks in London. She says she relies on fast food after her days in Parliament.

£10million of fresh fruit and vegetables thrown away in past six months because of migrants breaking into lorries that has left shops worried about 'risk of contamination'

Food is being thrown away after being rejected by shops and distributors who are worried about a 'risk of contamination' from migrants.

Anger as water park in Stoke-on-Trent bans bikinis on women-only 'night for Muslims' where visitors must cover up with 'Islamically appropriate attire'

A water park in Stoke-on-Trent (file photo from Dubai) has been accused of stirring up religious tension by holding a women-only night aimed at Muslims where bikinis are banned.

Sepp Blatter is planning to UN-RESIGN after receiving support from African and Asian football federations, claim Swiss media

FIFA president Sepp Blatter, pictured, has indicated he may be willing to rescind his December resignation after receiving strong support from African and Asian football federations.

What will Andrew's glamorous friend get in the UK's first £4BILLION divorce? Former Pirelli calendar girl in legal battle with Saudi husband after he married a Lebanese TV presenter under Islamic law 

What will Prince Andrew's glamorous friend get in the UK's first £4BILLION divorce? Former

In what could become one of the largest divorce claims in British legal history, Christina Estrada has apparently separated from Walid Juffali, one of the richest men in the Middle East. The couple (pictured together top left), who married in 2001 and have a 13-year-old daughter, split after Mr Juffali fell for a Lebanese TV presenter and married her under Islamic law, which permits him to have four wives. Now American-born Ms Estrada, 52, who was linked to Prince Andrew in the early 1990s when she was at the height of her modelling career (pictured together top right), is demanding a share of at least three British properties together worth an estimated £60 million (bottom).

Pictured: British ISIS suicide bomber taking final instructions from terror commander moments before blowing himself up in attack on Iraqi oil refinery that killed 11 people

The British ISIS fighter who goes by the alias Abu Yusef Al-Britani (pictured) was part of a four-strong team of suicide bombers who killed at least 11 people in two separate explosions in the city of Baiji, Iraq.

Children should be reading their cereal box in the morning and be read to by their parents from an early age, claims Eton headmaster 

Tony Little, the head of Eton College, Berkshire said that youngsters benefited from reading in a variegate of different forms including magazines, eBooks, comics and puzzle books.

£30,000 to teach pupils how to use Wikipedia: Fury after council pays IT expert to show children how to 'critically engage' with online encyclopaedia 

A £30,000 scheme, set to begin at secondary schools in Leicester later this year, to teach schoolchildren how to use Wikipedia has been condemned as a waste of taxpayers' money.

Three charity workers including one Briton held in jail for four days in Kenya after being arrested for carrying fake wooden rifles for use in a safety training exercise

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Briton Stuart Donaldson went with his two Kenyan coworkers Jesse Kinyua (pictured) and Aden Abdilahi to tell Kenyan police about their training exercise, but were arrested instead.

Nearly 100 people are blinded after facial fillers are mistakenly injected into blood vessels, claims doctor who pioneered botox

Professor Jean Carruthers (pictured) said 98 patients worldwide had lost vision in one or both eyes after being injected with dermal fillers in the face. These fillers are used to smooth away frown lines.

Steamy BBC drama Poldark helps Cornwall become this summer's top British tourist destination (and it's all thanks to shirtless hunk Aidan Turner)

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A shirtless Aidan Turner running through the fields in the south west county has won him, and the show, a legion of fans. And now Cornwall itself is set to cash in on the 'Poldark effect'

Snap! How Prince George appeared in the very same romper suit as his father wore in balcony scene with Prince Charles in 1984 

Snap! How Prince George appeared in the very same romper suit as his father wore in

Prince George made his debut on the balcony of Buckingham Palace wearing exactly the same baby-blue romper suit his dad, Prince William, wore during his first appearance 31 years ago. Charming pictures from then and now also show how an excited Prince William, then aged two, reacted in the same excited way as his own son to the Trooping of the Colours, which marks the Queen's birthday.

Stately home adventurer in fatal Morocco plunge: Cambridge-educated journalist 'fell during stroll to watch sunrise'

Father-of-two Charlie Norton, pictured, is believed to have been on an early morning stroll after a friend's birthday party near Tangier when he fell off a cliff. Police continue to investigate.

Shocking moment gang battered a shop owner with a metal rod, glass jars and tins after row in store 

The vicious assault on the lone victim took place at 'Josie's' off license in Rugby, Warwickshire last year following a verbal confrontation in the store.

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


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.

How the blonde 'hunkifier' turned pasty DJ Calvin into Taylor Swift's superstud with kale smoothies and bizarre daily 'gratitude lists' to keep him motivated 

When he arrived in Los Angeles, DJ Calvin Harris was a pale and scrawny Scot, but three years on, the superstar's chiselled torso and Hollywood smile have helped him win the heart of Taylor Swift.

Golden oldies! British couple become the world's oldest newlyweds ever after tying the knot with a combined age of 194 years and 281 days 

Loved-up George Kirby also celebrated his 103rd birthday on Saturday as he wed Doreen Luckie in Eastborne, East Sussex, in front of 50 guest and a spokesman from Guinness World Records.

Austerity riot plot of the facemask anarchists: Far-left activists secretly filmed by MoS bragging about plans to hijack peaceful demonstrations in London 

Austerity riot plot of the facemask anarchists: Far-left activists secretly filmed by MoS

MAIL ON SUNDAY INVESTIGATION: The same fanatics responsible for clashes with police that took place outside Downing Street two days after the General Election have been secretly filmed bragging about their plans (main image, ringleader Katya Nasim circled). They are ready to go into action next Saturday, when otherwise peaceful demonstrations will take place across Britain under the banner 'End Austerity Now', organised by the People's Assembly, an umbrella organisation for Left-wing groups. And they threaten to turn a march in Central London next weekend into a rampage. Pictured inset, violence at Tory Party HQ in 2010.

Revolver owned by General George S. Patton, who was one of the most successful wartime commanders leading the U.S. into World War II, fetches $75,000 at auction

A Colt .45 revolver once owned by General George S. Patton sold for $75,000 at auction in Los Angeles.The single-action revolver was acquired by the famous World War II general around 1928.

HEALTH NOTES: Hoff's beach ready, but don't ask him to run...

He made his name running across Californian beaches in 1990s TV series Baywatch - but actor David Hasselhoff now has to find more gentle ways to keep fit, thanks to arthritic knees.

Britain's tastiest flat: Perched above one of the nation's most famous restaurants in the heart of Mayfair - and costing a cool £5million 

It might seem steep for a three-bedroom mid-terrace apartment, but this is Mayfair, an area that remains the most expensive property on the Monopoly board for good reason.

New drug could help scientists to regrow bones meaning conditions such as osteoporosis could be treatable

It could be used to treat people suffering from osteoporosis and other bone-related problems stemming from conditions including diabetes and obesity.

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

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.

The offers will be flooding in! Abandoned reservoir transformed into ultra-modern country retreat goes on the market for £2.4million

The open-plan Kent mansion - on four acres of land - is built into the same brick walls that used to hold up to 500,000 gallons of rainwater when the structure was first constructed in the 1930s.

The agony is over says Ethan's father after mum-on-run hands herself in: Couple will resume fight for custody before judge tomorrow

The agony is over says Ethan's father after mum-on-run hands herself in: Couple will

After 17 days on the run with her son, Rebecca Minnock, pictured right, has handed herself in and father Roger, pictured left, says the agony is over. Ethan was last night staying with his father. Miss Minnock's whereabouts were unknown but police sources indicated she was not in custody. Meanwhile, the two-year legal battle between Mr Williams and Miss Minnock, 35, over custody of Ethan will resume tomorrow at Bristol Crown Court.

The MI5 spy in your mobile: How 7/7 London attack triggered new data-fed war on terror which led to capture of 21/7 bomb plotters which made ISIS vanish into encrypted web but makes your calls transparent to GCHQ spooks in 'Doughnut'

On July 7, 2005, director general Eliza Manningham-Buller gathered her staff at the headquarters of the MI5 in the atrium and told them their worst fears had been realised.

Blobbies on the beat: Police could be forced to pass tough military-style fitness tests or be sacked in crackdown on fat officers

Police are planning to bring in the fitness exams amid concerns many of Britain's police are overweight or obese. Bosses criticised the annual test introduced last September for being too easy.

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.

Drug boasts of shamed charity call centre boss: MoS film exposes toxic culture of firm targeting donors aged 98 

After revelations that Listen Ltd has been targeting vulnerable donors including pensioners and cancer patients, a new video shows a team manager boasting about marijuana.

Mail on Sunday exposé forces fundraiser watchdog to stamp out abuse and protect vulnerable donors

The watchdog probe follows the recent investigation of Bristol poppy seller Olive Cooke, 92, who fell to her death after being bombarded with calls and letters begging for money.

A 'monstrous' blot on Turner's landscape: Dairy farmers provoke fury with wind turbine plan - but say they were forced into it by supermarkets' milk price squeeze 

Two dairy farming brothers want to put up the 160ft tall turbines - just a few feet shorter than Nelson's Column - on countryside neighbouring historic Harewood House (pictured).

Now Labour is rocked by anti-EU rebellion: MPs call for an end to its 'love in' with Brussels and vote 'out' in referendum unless David Cameron wins reforms

Labour for Britain (UK), a new anti-EU group, will call for an 'out' vote in the referendum on Britain's EU membership unless David Cameron (pictured with Angela Merkel) wins radical reforms.

Why Labour must end EU love-in and save our country by KATE HOEY, Labour MP for Vauxhall

The MP, pictured, believes the decision to support an EU referendum is a good one but thinks leadership candidates need to show more understanding on why they lost votes to UKIP if they're to win an election.

New Tory MP branded a 'Nazi' and 'slag' by SNP supporters after making a joke about Oliver Cromwell's suppression of Scots in her maiden Commons speech

Lucy Frazer, MP for South East Cambridgeshire, pictured, has apologised and claimed it was a joke intended to break the ice after long debate over how much voting power Scottish MPs should have.

May the market forces be with you George! Star Wars super-fan Osborne keeps LIGHTSABERS in the Treasury 

Chancellor George Osborne was given the replica lightsabers by Lucasfilm in 2013. He admitted a career highlight was meeting Chewbacca on the Millennium Falcon.

We made catastrophic errors with Gordon and Ed. We can't have another deadbeat, writes Labour MP FRANK FIELD 

We cannot hide from the fact that we made catastrophic errors in the choice of our two most recent leaders, Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband, writes LAbour MP FRANK FIELD (pictured).

The woman who can NEVER close her eyes: Mother fears she may go blind after 'botched' nip-tuck operation... but hospital chiefs do NOTHING 

The woman who can NEVER close her eyes: Mother fears she may go blind after 'botched'

Dawn Knight (left) was sold a 'lifetime aftercare package' by The Hospital Group, the celebrity-endorsed private medical chain that arranged the £3,500 surgery at their Dolan Park clinic in Birmingham. Yet shockingly they have not stepped in to help or offered to repair the damage, despite the fact that the 47-year-old now suffers vision problems and fears she may lose her sight altogether (inset sleeping with her eyes open). Her Italian surgeon, Mr Arnaldo Paganelli (right), claims to be bankrupt and does not hold UK insurance, and due to there being no possibility of pursuing compensation from a 'fly in, fly out' - or FIFO - doctor, Dawn has been forced to drop legal action against him.

SAS coroner's fury as MoD searches bins in bid to find highly classified documents

Louise Hunt, who is hearing evidence about the deaths of three SAS recruits in the Brecon Beacons told the inquest she was 'extremely upset' to learn her bins had been searched.

How beauty sleep really does help us look better by slowing the signs of ageing in later life 

Researchers discovered a link between sleep deprivation and biological ageing, with patients who slumbered badly showing signs of cell decay.

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The paedophile school inspector: Predator facing jail after downloading dozens of child abuse videos and grooming teenage boy online

Top schools inspector Adam Higgins (pictured) is facing jail after dozens of child-abuse videos and hundreds of sick images of assaults on children were discovered on his home computer.

Watchdog duo among up to 100 landlords to sue Foxtons estate agents for 'secretly' charging exorbitant commissions on repair work 

Lynn Faulds Wood and her husband John Stapleton said they felt 'cheated' after learning Foxtons was accused of charging landlords 'secret commissions' of nearly 50 per cent.

Waterloo and the City: Napoleon and Wellington do battle once again as direct descendants of famous foes are revealed to be rival traders in London

Descendants of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Duke of Wellington, Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte and Arthur Mornington, Marquess of Douro are rivals in private equity firms.

Cherie Blair calls in police to hunt her mother's lodger after up to £80,000 vanishes from her bank account over two years 

Cherie Blair calls police to hunt for mother's lodger after '£80k vanishes'

Cherie Blair has called in police after up to £80,000 was siphoned from her elderly mother's bank account through cashpoints. Inquiries are centring on a 47-year-old man who lodged with Gale Booth, 82, at her modest terraced home in Oxford (right). He is believed to have bought a first-class ticket to Australia in recent weeks. The alleged fraud came to light when Mrs Booth (left with Mrs Blair in 2006) went to stay at the Blairs' country mansion - South Pavilion in Buckinghamshire - after injuring her arm.

Bombs away! The Blenheim's back: Magnificent return of the last remaining World War Two plane of its kind lovingly restored after crashing 12 years ago in tribute to the heroes of Bomber Command 

Beneath the panes of Perspex in her floor, the daisy-strewn runway falls away as fast as 80 years of history. The Blenheim's snout lifts skywards, her twin engines casting a heat haze behind the propellers' silver blur.

Teeth under attack from 'healthy' snacks: The growing problem is one that many dentists are failing to treat 

Acid erosion is responsible for 80 per cent of problems such as cavities and yellowing, and food and drink with a high acid content, such as fizzy drinks and fruit juices, are common causes.

'Love is in the air': Shameless Duncan Bannatyne posts picture on Twitter posing with his new girlfriend hours after being dumped online by his beauty queen partner

TV tycoon Duncan Bannatyne has responded to being dumped online by posting a picture of him cuddling his new flame and saying 'love is in the air'.

Intercepted by ISIS fanatics just yards from safety: Moments hundreds of desperate Syrian refugees are frogmarched back to face death as Turkish troops look on helplessly from the border 

ISIS intercepts hundreds of Syrian refugees fleeing across Turkish border

These are the shocking scenes as heavily-armed ISIS terrorists turned thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing to freedom away from the border while Turkish troops looked on. The refugees were seeking safety as Syrian-Kurdish YPG forces advanced on the border town of Tal Abyad. More than 13,000 refugees have crossed into the Turkish town of Akcakale over the past 10 days. According to photographs taken across the border, some of the ISIS terrorists were armed with U.S. manufactured weaponry. The YPG have encircled the ISIS-held town of Suluk, which is just six miles from the strategically important border crossing. ISIS uses Tal Abyad as a point where it smuggles in its foreign fighters and Jihadi brides, while sending contraband oil out the other way.

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

Man with British accent claiming to be doctor appears in new ISIS video urging Muslim medics from England to join jihadis

Calling himself Abu Amir al-Muhajir, the man claiming to be a medic praises the healthcare facilities ISIS has at Deir Ezzor province in Syria in flawless English and urges doctors to join him in the cause.



MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Now there can be NO doubt over Rolf Harris

The prison letter penned by Rolf Harris, pictured, is a powerful the fact all criminals are in love with themselves because it comes from the mind of a highly intelligent and talented man.

BLACK DOG: BBC's Jeremy Vine whines at Tory triumph after exit poll predicted David Cameron's election night victory

BBC swingometer king Jeremy Vine, pictured, reacted with dismay when the exit poll announcing David Cameron's imminent election victory was announced ,according to colleague Nick Robinson.

PETER HITCHENS: Welcome to really didn't need to try so hard to get in

The world's poor have discovered that there's no way to stop immigrants getting into the EU, writes PETE HITCHENS. And it's so difficult to get them out, the steady flow of migrants will continue.

Jail in Malaysia? It's a a small price to pay for the ultimate gap year yarn, says RACHEL JOHNSON

The case of the penitent, red-eyed Hawkins reveals there is a clear and present new danger abroad, and it is the internet-enabled smartphone.