Beware, lions crossing (and mauling)! Breathtaking moment beasts catch antelope inches from stunned tourists on safari park road

Lions catch antelope inches from stunned tourists in Kruger National Park, South Africa

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Tourist Carolyn Dunford, 23, captured the bloody drama in Kruger National Park, South Africa, along with wide-eyed nature-lovers - some of who risked their lives watching the spectacle through open car windows (right). 'The kudu burst from the bushes and the lions chased it into the cars,' she said. 'The first lion grabbed onto its back and the second came in and grabbed its throat (pictured main). They both tackled it.' Her photographs also show the beasts tear apart their catch as tourists look on.

'I'm going to make you eat your words': Mexico's billion-dollar drugs lord THREATENS Donald Trump on Twitter account 'run by his son' and taunts the world after his dramatic escape from prison

Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman taunts the world after his escape from prison

Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, left, who has escaped from prison in Mexico, has reportedly taken to Twitter, where he has taunted the Mexican authorities and sent death threats to his enemies. He tweeted, inset, saying there was 'no jail for such a big midge', which refers to his nickname 'El Chapo'. His audacious escape saw him dash through the mile-long tunnel system, right, which led to a building under construction next to the prison - from where he collected clothes left for him by his conspirators.

How MINECRAFT is teaching robots to do the laundry: Complex 'thought' processes needed for game help machines learn skills

The algorithm was developed at Brown University. It is designed to help robots better plan their actions in complex environments online and use these skills in the real world.

EXCLUSIVE: Inside Tom Cruise's 'Scientology CNN' TV news network - set to be launched from a new Hollywood $50 million studio bigger than Paramount

Inside Tom Cruise’s ‘Scientology CNN’ TV news network

Scientology and Tom Cruise plan to take on the major movie studios and TV networks with the creation of Scientology Media Productions.
The five-acre studio lot has two sound stages and 150,000 square feet of production facilities and is costing millions. But Sea Org workers are earning just a few dollars a day to help renovate the Sunset Blvd site. A new set of audition tapes for the woman who will replace Katie Holmes will be held at the facility. Scientology boasts its new network will 'reach everyone on Earth.'

#ThisIsACoup: Greeks react with fury at new $95bn EU bailout deal, accusing Germany of using WW2-style tactics to condemn their country to years of harsh austerity

Following marathon overnight talks between 19 eurozone leaders, Greece caved in and accepted a range of reforms to secure a deal worth up to €86 billion - the country's third bailout in five years.

Baby-faced teens charged with 'murdering beloved Albuquerque father on his driveway as they roamed his neighborhood breaking in to homes'

Teens charged with murdering Steve Gerecke appear in court for first time

Steve Gerecke was found dead in his driveway by police on June 26. Ryan Archibeque, 17 (top left), Andrew Hubler, 15 (top right), Jeremiah King, 16 (bottom left), and Christopher Rodriguez, 16 (bottom right), will be charged as adults. The other two teens, 14-year-olds Enrique Palomino and Matthew Baldonado, will be charged as juveniles. Five of the six teens have criminal records or past run-ins with the law. One of the teenagers named Jeremiah King as the alleged shooter.

Apple's 'spaceship' readies for take off: Aerial footage reveals how the circular Campus 2 headquarters is taking shape

A Californian helicopter firm flew over the site of Apple's Campus 2 (pictured) last month and shot aerial views of the building and its 175-acre site as it prepares to open next year.

Apple announces updates for new iOS 9 operating system and includes tiny but crucial change to the keyboard that ALL users will be grateful for

The update which is crucial for texting and emailing was revealed as part of the new iOS 9 operating system for iPads and iPhones, which will be available for users in the fall.

Cancer breakthrough as scientists discover 'master switch' that causes the disease to spread, paving the way for new life-saving treatments

Scientists at the Thomas Jefferson University have for the first time identified a crucial protein, instrumental in causing prostate cancer tumours to spread to other parts of the body.

Woman Marine colonel 'fired for telling her all-female battalion that drinking invites sexual assault'

Lt. Col. Kate Germano fired last month for telling her all female recruit battalion they were inviting sexual assault by 'getting drunk,' was just trying to strive for gender equality say supporters.

Executed at dawn: Veiled woman terrorist who killed American mother in Abu Dhabi shopping mall toilet as her twin boys waited outside

UAE executes woman convicted of US teacher's murder

Alaa Bader al-Hashemi was executed at dawn in Abu Dhabi after she was found guilty of the fatal stabbing American mother-of-three Ibolya Ryan in the bathroom of a shopping mall in the gulf state. The death sentence was approved by President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan last month but the state security court have not revealed how the execution was carried out. She also was found guilty of having sent funds to Al-Qaeda in Yemen, knowing that this money would be used for 'terrorist acts'.

Rambo takes on ISIS: Sylvester Stallone reveals iconic movie hero will fight terrorists in Syria and Iraq in final movie Last Blood


According to Stallone, who is writing the script as well as repeating his role as Rambo, his production team is already scouting for locations in 'ISIS strongholds' in Syria and Iraq.

ISIS blow up a booby-trapped BABY while teaching militants how to use explosives, says head of Iraqi security committee 

Using a remote control detonator, the baby was destroyed by the explosives to show the trainee terrorists how to assemble improvised explosive devices in Salahuddin province, Iraq.

ISIS 'to send members of feared all-female police to Europe disguised as tourists to attack holy sites and spark religious war against Christians'

Rare images of the Al-Khansaa Brigade (file photo) show the depraved women dressed head-to-toe in black but they will enter Europe dressed as tourists so they do not stand out, a source has told MailOnline.

The heroes risking their lives to free ISIS sex slaves subjected to rapes, stonings and whippings: Secret footage reveals bravery of undercover network dedicated to saving women and children

ISIS sex slaves subjected to rape freed by secret resistance network

Women and young girls held as sex slaves by depraved Islamic State militants are fleeing their captors with the help of a heroic underground network of resistance fighters (pictured left). Risking certain death and torture in a bid to flee their brutal oppressors, many spend several days making their way through Syria and Iraq to the safety of government-controlled territory (bottom right). Their plight, and that of their brave rescuers operating with hidden cameras (top right) inside ISIS-controlled territory, has been detailed in a new documentary due to air on Wednesday.

'This photo was staged ... I did not actually walk them around like this': Young mom who made hilarious signs for her twins to hold in their pram hits back at online critics

Annie Nolan, from Melbourne, took a snap of her two-year-old twin girls Delphine and Cheska in their prams holding the signs and uploaded them to her blog's Facebook page last Thursday.

Is THIS how we'll live in the future? Architect plans first 100% eco city complete with 'tree-scrapers' covered in foliage... and there's not a car in sight

In Raimond de Hullu's city of the future, people live in off-grid tree-scrapers that are clustered together in a green utopia set in a city woodland - with no roads and no sign of overhead power lines.

The megapad is coming: Apple's iPad Pro with 12.9inch pressure sensitive screen set to launch in November

Craig Federighi, Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering speaks during an event introducing new iPads at Apple's headquarters on October 16, 2014 in Cupertino, California.  

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The iPad Pro is expected to launch in November, according to new claims from Digitimes - although it says Apple has placed a 'relatively low' order for the device with suppliers.

Forget about 4k and even 8k TVs, Samsung is developing an 11k 'super-resolution' display... But will it be pixel overload?

The electronics giant is partnering with the South Korean government to produce the displays, which will boast 2250 pixels per inch, and will go on sale in 2018 according to reports.

50 Cent declares bankruptcy days after losing $5M sex tape judgement - just two months after being valued at $155M

50 Cent declares bankruptcy days after losing $5M sex tape judgement... just two months

Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson filed for chapter 22 bankruptcy protection on Monday just three days after he was ordered to pay $5 million to the mother of Rick Ross's child. In 2009, the rapper intentionally released a sex tape featuring Lastonia Leviston in an attempt to embarrass his rap rival, Ross.

Marco Rubio's White House bid raises $44 million - putting Florida senator in third place in Republican field (although Trump has yet to go on fundraising drive)

The 44-year-old Republican presidential candidate reported $12m was raised for his campaign and $32m for so-called super PACs backing him, which have no fundraising limits.

George and Jeb Bush host Kennedy-style fundraising party with cocktails and lobster rolls for 300 guests at family estate

Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush entertained some of his wealthiest supporters with cocktails and lobster rolls at the Bush family home in Kennebunkport, Maine, as he tries to fill the coffers for his campaign.

High-tech robot suits set to turn Japan's airport staff bionic to help them lift heavy goods and luggage


Haneda Airport in Tokyo is working with Japanese robotics company Cyberdyne to give their workers the extra strength needed for dealing with the constant stream of passengers' luggage.

The sweet smell of freedom: Amanda Knox celebrates her 28th birthday with morning coffee

Amanda Knox celebrates her 28th birthday with morning coffee

Eyes closed and grinning from ear, Amanda Knox inhales the taste of freedom, as she celebrates her first birthday since she was sensationally cleared of the murder of Meredith Kercher. The American, nicknamed Foxy Knoxy, kicked off the festivities for her 28th birthday with her boyfriend Colin Sutherland at a Seattle bakery, according to her Facebook account. She has seldom been photographed since March when Italy's highest court overturned her conviction for the brutal 2007 murder of Leeds University student Miss Kercher.

Tragedy of the actress who was 'date raped' by Clark Gable, gave birth to his baby - and then kept it secret for EIGHTY YEARS

Loretta Young was 'date raped' by Clark Gable and had his daughter Judy

Actress Loretta Young (pictured left with her daughter Judy) was 23 when she met Clark Gable, then 34, on the set of 1935's Call of the Wild. The two were widely rumoured to have had an affair at the time and nine months later, Young gave birth to Judy in secret. Now it has emerged that far from being the product of an affair, the little girl was conceived after her mother was 'date raped' by Gable (pictured right with Young on the set of Call of the Wild). The claim was made by Linda Lewis, Young's daughter-in-law.

Hopes for a breakthrough in Iranian nuclear talks falter as Tehran resist US request to allow the UN to search for evidence of nuclear weapons 

With only hours to go before discussions wrap up at midnight, disputes over attempts to probe Tehran's alleged work on nuclear weapons unexpectedly persisted.

North Korea has confirmed executing its defence chief after Seoul's spies revealed he was blasted by anti-aircraft guns for falling asleep in a meeting with Kim Jong-un 

File-This July 18, 2012, file photo shows Vice Marshal Hyon Yong Chol applauding during a meeting announcing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's new title of marshal, in Pyongyang, North Korea.  North Korea has officially confirmed the purging of its defense chief two months after Seoul's spy service said he had been executed for disloyalty to leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean official said Monday, July 12, 2015. South Korea's National Intelligence Service told lawmakers in May that People's Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed by anti-aircraft gunfire for talking back to Kim, complaining about his policies and sleeping during a meeting. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin, File)

Seoul's National Intelligence Service told lawmakers that People's Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed by an anti-aircraft gun in May on charges of disloyalty to Kim Jong Un.

Mystery of Siberia's 200ft-deep craters solved: Enormous holes were formed by methane eruptions triggered by melting permafrost

Russian scientists have spent months studying the huge holes that have appeared, almost overnight in some cases, on the Yamal Peninsula in Russian Siberia.

Nicky Hilton's flower girls wore gowns designed by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece (but they didn't cost quite as much as the bride's $75,000 dress)

Nicky Hilton's flower girls wore gowns by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece

The bridesmaids at Nicky Hilton's wedding (right) at Kensington Palace on Friday night were dressed in bespoke blue tulle gowns (left) designed by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece (inset). Each featured hand-embroidered shooting star designs and were worn with 'flower crowns' also designed by the London-based royal. Marie-Chantal, who is married to Crown Prince Pavlos, the heir to the now defunct Greek throne, launched her childrenswear company, also called Marie-Chantal, in 2001.

Search intensifies for missing Kentucky mother of five who was last seen alive by her live-in boyfriend

Crystal Rogers, 35, was last seen on July 3 by boyfriend Brooks Houck, who said she was gone when he woke up the next morning. Rogers' sister said Houck hasn't helped the family search at all.

Train your brain to stick to ANY diet! New book from leading psychology professor aims to help slimmers stay on track

What woman hasn't abandoned a low-carb plan at the sight of a Jaffa cake or tumbled headlong from the 5:2 when someone protests that they made chocolate cake 'just for you'?

Do micro workouts really work? Fitness apps promise results in just THREE minutes a day... but experts say there's a catch

Australian health experts say the results promised by three to seven minute 'fast workouts' are almost impossible to achieve as you have to work out at 100 per cent of your capacity.

So THAT'S how they got the part! Never-before-seen footage reveals Game of Thrones' actors first auditions... including immortal line 'You know nothing Jon Snow'

HBO releases unseen Game of Thrones' audition tapes

A new video reveals the audition tapes of the hits show's actors. The short clip sees some of the series most-loved characters reading lines from the popular medieval fantasy. It was debuted at this year's Comic Con in San Diego and has received almost four million views on YouTube. Pictured top and bottom left: Natalie Dormer who plays Margery Tyrell. Top and bottom centre: Rose Leslie who plays Ygritte. Top and bottom right: Nathalie Emmanuel who stars as Missandei.

The Incredible Sulk! Hilarious moment a frustrated Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic tries to rip his t-shirt off after losing a tie-break.. but fails miserably

After losing a rally during the second set tie-break against Federer, a furious Djokovic attempted to rip off his short in scenes evoking images of the Incredible Hulk. Except the shirt wouldn't rip.

The laughing policeman who appeared to enjoy the tennis a little TOO much becomes the surprise star of Wimbledon

A British police officer reacts as he watches a giant screen showing the second set tie-break in the men's singles final match between Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Switzerland's Roger Federer, on day thirteen of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 12, 2015.  RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE  -- AFP PHOTO / LEON NEALLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

The animated police officer could be seen holding his hands in his face, grimacing and squirming as he watched the men's final at Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in south west London.

Jared Fogle lawyers claim FBI found no evidence of child pornography in Subway spokesman's home  

Attorneys for Subway spokesman Jared Fogle are claiming that federal agents found no evidence of child pornography when they raided his home on July 7.

In for a penny, in for a pound...or 60! College student pays parking fine in 11,000 PENNIES!  

Stephen Coyle, a University of North Carolina at Charlotte student, paid a $110 parking fine in 11,000 pennies to protest the fact that only 20 percent of the funds remain on campus.

Thousands of Confederate flag supporters rise up at a Florida rally with an eight-mile convoy of pickups, motorbikes and cars in a show of support for the embattled symbol 

Confederate flag supporters in Florida create 8 mile convoy in protest

More than 1,500 pickups, motorcycles and cars took part in the convey through central Florida on Sunday to protest the removal of the Confederate flags on public buildings throughout the South. Horns blared and hundreds of rebel flags fluttered as some 4,500 people attended the Florida Southern Pride Ride in Ocala. As young and old gathered to take part, organizer David Stone said the flag was not a symbol of hate, like its opponents say, but has lots of different meanings to different people. 'It doesn't symbolize hate unless you think it's hate - and that's your problem, not mine,' the 38-year-old said.

Most people only say 'I love you' to three people in their lives

22 Jan 2015, Cologne, Germany --- Portrait of young man and mature woman head to head --- Image by © Philipp Dimitri/Westend61/Corbis

A YouGov survey of nearly 1,000 U.S. adults between the ages of 18 and over 65 last month asked just how many partners they've said 'I love you' to and found that most don't say it more than three times.

What it's like to live with Pepper the 'emotional' robot: Humanoid gives compliments, offers advice and 'prattles on'

According to initial reviews in Japan, Pepper (pictured) is charming and considerate. The four-foot (1.2 metre) tall humanoid offers advice but will also 'prattle on and on' making small talk.

'We were told to watch black customers': Security workers sue Disney World claiming they were told to treat certain races with 'suspicion' 

Two security workers, Nabil Bormoi and Camelia Joseph have filed lawsuits against the Florida theme park, claiming they were subjected to racial and religious discrimination while at work.

Watch the Mona Lisa come to life: Interactive version of masterpiece sees her frown, turn her head, and even breathe

A digital version of the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci can change facial expressions, alter her mouth shape and even cause her chest to rise and fall like she is breathing.

What does your ex REALLY think of you now? One brave model dared to quiz SIX former boyfriends...and winced when the responses came back

Stina Sanders quizzed SIX ex boyfriends and asked them what they thought of her

It isn't always easy to be kind about ex partners so when London-based lifestyle blogger, 24-year-old Stina Sanders, decided to track down her former flames on email and ask them what they really thought of her, she was prepared for a mixed bag of responses...and that's exactly what she got. (Pictured from left: Stina Sanders with two of her ex boyfriends and right, relaxing on holiday)

Pluto's craggy face reveals more secrets: New Horizons lays bare cliffs and craters of the distant world as it prepares for flyby

The Nasa spacecraft is sending back its last batch of data before its close encounter with Pluto. During the fly past the probe will fall silent for 22 hours, leaving scientists with a tense wait.

How to shop like a billionaire: British tycoon who's married to an heiress goes on a shopping spree with a motorcade fit for a president - including two Rolls Royce

Art dealer James Stunt goes on a shopping spree at Sotheby’s London

The 33-year-old (left) who is married to Petra - the daughter of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone - was yesterday seen picking up an array of art work (inset) from the auction house in Bond Street, London. Mr Stunt was accompanied by his vast team of security staff, as he appeared to be adding to his already extensive art collection. Members of his team were spotted carrying paintings from the art gallery, loading them into the waiting fleet of blacked-out limos (right).

Mom escaped car inferno - and was then forced to watch helplessly as her husband and two young children were burned alive

Lucnie Bouaz-Ostane tried desperately to get her husband and kids out of their Toyota which had careered off the on the Southern State Parkway in New York , before it burst into flames.

She drinks WHAT? Miranda Kerr's mother Therese is the butt of online jokes after sharing her bizarre diet - which includes homemade kefir, 'reverse osmosis' water, and rooibos tea

Therese Kerr has shared her day on a plate and sent Twitter in to a tummy-grumbling melt-down. Her daily diet includes reverse osmosis water, homemade kefir and rooibus tea, but are there health benefits?

Revealed, the foods that help ease the agony of arthritis... from a turmeric latte and a cup of bone broth to a helping of avocado

Osteopath Antonia Boulton reveals how various foods can help ease the painful symptoms of arthritis, which causes swollen joints and affects around 10 million people in the UK.

EXCLUSIVE: Sherri Shepherd set to return to The View to help save the struggling show

Sherri Shepherd, who left the ABC daytime talk show in 2014, is set to return on a part-time basis starting this fall. She will be a rotating host that will sit in the fifth position on the show.

'Mommy, please let me die,' begs boy, 5, with eczema so severe he can barely sleep or walk

Morgan Bishop, 5, with severe eczema says 'Please let me die'

Dana Bishop, 36, from England says her five-year-old son Morgan suffers such severe eczema he can barely walk was in such pain he begged his mother to let him die (he is pictured, left, during a flare up). The family are at breaking point, having tried almost every treatment available on the NHS - including a form of chemotherapy (Morgan is pictured in hospital, right and inset). The skin on his feet and legs become so sore he cannot walk and must use a mobility scooter to move around during a flare-up. And as the eczema stops him from sleeping, he can only attend school for half days at a time and is rarely able to play with his friends. Now, the family are fundraising to take him to a clinic in France for treatment. Mrs Bishop, 36, said: 'People don't recognise skin conditions as debilitating. They hear eczema and just think it's a bit of dry skin, but the reality can be much, much worse.'


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Awkward! The moment Wimbledon runner-up Federer blanked winner Djokovic as he walked past him in locker room corridor just minutes after losing final

Roger Federer blanks Novak Djokovic minutes after losing Wimbledon final

Video footage shows how Federer failed to acknowledge Djokovic or his wife Jelena, who were embracing in the aftermath of the Serbian star's third Wimbledon victory. Instead, the vanquished player simply strided past the couple, averting his eyes and not speaking to any of the bystanders who were crowding the narrow corridor. At the time of the awkward brush-off, the BBC commentator said: 'No exchange there.'

'I welcome the death penalty 100 percent': College student, 20, who allegedly murdered his parents and younger sister for his inheritance said the crime was 'so horrible it is deserved'

Alan Hruby wrote in a letter to The Oklahoman that the murders were 'so horrible' a death sentence, which prosecutors are seeking, 'would be deserved'. Hruby also wrote that 'shopping' was not behind the crime.

Riddle of the 2,000 gold spirals: Bronze Age 'springs' are unearthed in Denmark and may have been part of a priest king's costume

Archaeologists from the National Museum of Denmark and Museum Vestsjælland uncovered the unusual gold spirals (pictured) at Boeslunde in Denmark.

Tunisia's hotel workers say they will now have to cross the Mediterranean alongside other migrants after tourists scrapped holidays in the region 

People in Tunisia have told the Daily Mail they will have to consider making the 150km journey to Italy to find work after the mass exodus of British tourists left the hotels empty.

Shocking moment weightlifter collapses trying to lift 233lbs at the Pan Am Games

Woman collapses weightlifting at the Pan Am Games in Oshawa

A Venezuelan weightlifter missed an attempt on the clean & jerk Sunday at the Pan Am Games and fell to the ground -- but still managed to snag a silver medal. 20-year-old Genesis Rodriguez Gomez competed in the women's 53kg Group A at the competition, which is being held in Oshawa, Ontario. She missed her first attempt on the clean and jerk at 106kg. Rodriguez raised the bar to her shoulders and paused before raising it over her head. However, she collapsed onto the platform and the bar fell behind her. Rodriguez later completed her second attempt at the same weight, as well as her third and final clean and jerk at 109kg. She finished in second place.

Rapper Capo killed in drive-by shooting by gunmen who mowed down a one-year-old boy in a stroller as they fled the scene

The Chicago-based artist, 22, whose real name is Marvin Carr, was shot in the hip and side on Saturday in the city's South Side. The youngster Dillan Harris was then hit as his mother watched.

Floyd Mayweather's motorcade knocks down biker after boxer leaves Kansas City nightclub at 3am 

'Money Man' Floyd Mayweather was spotted at the crash scene following the accident, after one of five SUVs in his motorcade collided with a biker, knocking him off his motorcycle.

Paris launches mobile app that will put an end to tourists' French language woes by showing areas where they will be understood in their native tongue

Paris has launched an app for tourists to help them when they visit the city.

'Yes I speak touriste' has been launched to help foreigners struggling with their French find some respite. Paris's chamber of commerce released the app, which is available in nine languages.

The Wild West, by the man who dedicated his life to photographing it

The Wild West photographed by Edward S. Curtis who dedicated his life to it

Between 1906 and 1930, Edward S. Curtis, originally from Wisconsin, was commissioned by JP Morgan to document the Native American culture in a project that would have - by today's standards - cost an estimated $35 million. The result was over 40,000 negatives and endless stories and essays. Some 100 rarely-seen photos are at the center at a new retrospective book Edward S. Curtis: One Hundred Masterworks. 'He realized that he could not only preserve a record of the history, culture, and profound humanity of Native peoples but felt absolutely compelled to do so before they vanished forever,' curator Christopher Cardozo wrote in the book. Curtis is pictured in a self portrait bottom right.

Indian teenage rape victim is used as 'bait' in a bid to lure her attackers... but is raped again after bungling Indian police failed to follow her to meeting point

Teen Rape Survivor Used as 'Bait' by Police in Maharashtra Raped Again

Police in Jalna, west India, (pictured ahead of a press conference), asked a 17-year-old rape victim to arrange a meeting with her alleged attackers, at which point she was raped again.

Horror at Russian army barracks as 23 soldiers are killed when building collapses 'due to shoddy renovations' 

Most of the dead are believed to be new army recruits - some of them teenagers - who were staying inside the training facility in Omsk, in southern Russia.

Pennsylvania cop dies after leaping over a fence and falling 15-foot while chasing three teenage robbery suspects 

Officer John Wilding, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, was gravely injured after vaulting a fence while chasing the trio of 17-year-olds, who are now in custody.

Environmental scientist who studied the health effects of 9/11 dust dies aged 68 

Paul James Lioy was taken to hospital after collapsing at Newark Liberty Airport. His cause of death is yet to be confirmed.

Street vendor selling hand-made hair clips to help orphans and disabled is dubbed 'smiling angel' for charitable work

Ma Yi, 29, began selling hair bows in Beijing six years ago and gives the proceeds to a local orphanage. She teaches disabled people how to sew the pins, allowing them to earn a living.

The inside track on the world's most secretive country: Travel company launches rare train tours through North Korea with stops in undiscovered industrial cities

At a cost of $3,200 per person, the 10-night journey will take visitors from Pyongyang to Mount Myohyang and along the rarely-visited east and north-east coast to the city of Chongjin.

Ouch! Red Sox fan recovering after getting struck in the face by foul ball at Boston's Fenway Park

Red Sox fan recovering after being hit by foul ball at Boston's Fenway Park

Stephanie Wapenski, 36, was left bloodied and in need of more than 35 stitches after a foul ball struck her between the eyes during a Yankees-Red Sox game in Boston Friday. Wapenski, a Massachusetts native and a life-long Red Sox fan, was sitting along the third base line with her fiance, a Yankees fan, when Yankees' shortstop Didi Gregorius hit the ball ino the stand in the fifth inning.

Just how safe is the HPV jab? Health experts launch a review amid concerns over cervical cancer vaccine's side effects 

The European Medicines Agency has launched a review into the safety of the HPV vaccine, which is given to all girls aged 12 to 15, amid concerns the jab causes chronic pain, fainting and dizziness.

Incredible moment an armed robber is sent flying after customers run him over and capture him after he held up a petrol station in Brazil 

Shocking CCTV footage from a garage in Maringa, southern Brazil, shows a heroic customer driving his car into the brazen thief as he attempts to escape on a motorbike.

Floyd Mayweather's motorcade knocks down biker after boxer leaves Kansas City nightclub at 3am 

'Money Man' Floyd Mayweather was spotted at the crash scene following the accident, after one of five SUVs in his motorcade collided with a biker, knocking him off his motorcycle.

Horrifying video shows the moment hit-and-run driver crashes into four women and sends them FLYING through the air during a street brawl in St Louis

Video shows women sent flying during hit-and-run in St. Louis street

The footage shows a group of people watching two unidentified women getting into an argument in the middle of the street. One then throws something at the other and appears to turn on a Tazer in her hand. Moments later a man is heard screaming 'watch out' before the silver vehicle slams into the group, sending them through the air before they land on the road. The victims are then seen picking themselves up from the street, one holding their face, as the crowd watches in horror. The female driver, said to be in her twenties, and a passenger then drive back-up the car and fleeing with a dent in the hood.

Boing! Hopping robot can bounce SIX times its body height - and could one day help scout out disaster zones

A hopping robot with a soft body that can bounce has been developed, pictured, by Harvard researchers. It combines the speed of metal robots with the resilience of soft models.

Nigerian president sacks the head of his army, air force and navy in frustration over their failure to stop Boko Haram 

Muhammadu Buhari sacked the chiefs as the West African terror group continued its six-year insurgency. Two of the military positions have allegedly already been filled.

Meet the REAL Spider-Man: Fearless adventurer plays with a gigantic Huntsman arachnid in skin-crawling video

Brave Australian adventurer Brennan Hatton has posted a video of him catching and then playing with a Huntsman Spider in his three-step guide to handling the critters.

Child porn suspect accused of grooming a 13-year-old boy online in Alabama SMILES in his police mug shot 

Jared Tolson, 21, smirked for the camera after being arrested by police in Gardendale, Alabama after being accused of trying to persuade a teenage boy to send him sexually explicit videos online.

From glasses that cure jet lag to sand resistant beach towels, the best (and worst) travel gadgets to take on holiday

Travelling can be stressful at the best of times, but luckily an army of inventors and travel-savvy companies have been brainstorming handy travel gadgets.

Could key ring unlock the cold case murder of woman who was stabbed to death on her 21st birthday in 1981?

Investigators in Oklahoma are hoping to trace a key ring that went missing belonging to murder victim Tracey Neilson, who was found stabbed to death in her apartment on her 21st birthday in 1981.

Five bikini-clad models, helicopters and a slick $40,000 video: What it took to sell this $33million dream home in the world of ultra-competitive Hollywood real estate

Bikini models needed to sell $33m home in the world of Hollywood real estate

Surprisingly, the footage from this video isn't from the latest slick rap video - but is meant to showcase 9133 Oriole Way in West Hollywood, which is on the market for $33million. Alongside lingering shots of models' behinds (top left) and swimming pool scenes (bottom right), the slick film takes viewers inside and outside the home. Such films, only tangentially related to the property, are a weapon in the arsenal of realtors hoping to shift some of the priciest property in the U.S.

Police save woman's 75th birthday from disaster after her wheelchair broke down on the way to buy a cake on her OWN

KLAHOMA CITY, Okla. ? A couple of Oklahoma City police officers have gone viral for giving a helping give a hand to a woman on her 75th birthday.

According to OKCPD, an officer responded to a call of a distressed woman sitting in a wheelchair near the street.

When officers arrived, the woman, known as Ms. Carroll, was visibly upset and said her motorized wheelchair broke down while she was on her way to buy a cake for her 75th birthday. She told the officers she was upset that her birthday was ruined because the wheelchair was her only means of transportation.

PHOTO: Officer Amy Hanson and Ms. Carroll photo
PHOTO: Officer Amy Hanson and Ms. Carroll
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Officers Amy Hanson and Travis Vernier loaded up the wheelchair and took Ms. Carroll to the supermarket where they bought her a cake and took her home to celebrate.

Officers Amy Hanson and Travis Vernier of Oklahoma City helped Ms.Carroll, 75, celebrate her 75th birthday after her wheelchair broke down on Saturday as she was on her way to buy cake.

So that's why we get 'ear worms'! The shape and size of your brain could be why tunes get stuck in your head

For the study, led by Nicolas Farrugia from Goldsmiths University, 44 participants aged between 25 and 70 were asked to fill in an online survey.

Ancient MONSTER graveyard unearthed: Celts created hideous beasts using dead animal parts as offerings to the gods

Archaeologists have unearthed numerous hybrid animals dating back 2,000 years from the site dubbed Duropolis near Winterborne Kingston in Dorset.

Artist who was set to build a Martin Luther King Jr. statue for the Georgia Capitol dies after his motorbike was rear-ended by a pick-up truck

Andy Davis, 53, was pronounced brain dead Sunday at 9:50 p.m., according to Henry County Coroner Donald Cleveland. Davis died following a collision with driver Corey Sease, 20, in Georgia.

Superhero with a super heart: Channing Tatum leaps to the aid of Stan Lee at Comic Con as elderly Marvel head tries to get off stage 

Channing Tatum leaps to the aid of Stan Lee at Comic Con stage

Channing Tatum may be one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, but it seems that the Magic Mike heartthrob is not so famous that he can't lend a helping hand. Tatum was at Comic-Con on Sunday when he and the stars of the Marvel superhero films X-Men Apocalypse, Deadpool, Gambit, and Fantastic Four all assembled for a giant group photo with the man who created many of their characters, comic book legend Stan Lee. Then, when the photo was over and the 92-year-old Lee began to struggle as he tried to get down the stairs, Tatum was the first of the 30 actors on stage to leap to the man's aid.

The nine hidden objects headed for Pluto: Astronomer's ashes among mementoes onboard craft nearing icy world he discovered

FILE - In this 1931 file photo, Clyde Tombaugh poses with the telescope through which he discovered the Pluto at the Lowell Observatory on Observatory Hill in Flagstaff, Ariz. On Tuesday, July 14, 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, carrying a small canister with his ashes, is scheduled to pass within 7,800 miles of Pluto which he discovered 85 years ago. (AP Photo)

Clyde Tombaugh is set to pass within 7,800 miles of Pluto which he discovered 85 years ago. The astronomer (pictured, with the telescope he used in) has an ounce of his ashes onboard New Horizons.

Got $11 million to invest? Australia will give wealthy Americans the opportunity to become citizens of its country...if you can afford it

Participants in the invitation-only Premium Investment Visa scheme will need to invest US$11.57 million (A$15 million) for the privilege of becoming an Aussie.

The airline that might actually make you WANT to pick the middle seat on the plane - by making them wider than the others

Frontier Airlines is tackle stigma attached to middle seats on planes, installing a range which are larger than the preferred window or aisle seats, and are the widest seats on US airlines.

Meet the real-life Forrest Gump who is running 3,200 miles across the US in 100 days 

While he may not be running for 'three years, two months, 14 days and 16 hours' like Forrest Gump, Barclay Oudersluys (pictured) from Michigan will be on the road for an impressive 100 days.

'Free Chris Galvan': CrossFit athlete creates funny memes online after getting trapped inside FedEx store for more than two hours

CrossFit athlete gets trapped in FedEx store and makes funny memes

Chris Galvan, 38, stopped by a San Antonio FedEx store shortly before the 9pm closing time Saturday to print fliers for a CrossFit competition when he found himself trapped. Instead of succumbing to panic, the fitness enthusiast created a meme featuring a photo of himself on his knees pressed up against the store's locked door with the text: 'Free Chris Galvan' and '#FedExPrisoner.' Seeking to make the most of his captivity, Galvan also videotaped himself doing jumping jacks.



A skull and crossbones-marked gun called Linda and a list of warships sunk by its shells: Eerie pictures show the watery grave of a German ship sunk off Australia in 1941

WW2 ships HSK Kormoran and the HMAS Sydney  sank off the Australian coast in 1941

The first images of two warships which sank off the Western Australian coast after a gun battle in 1941 have emerged. The pictures, taken on the ocean floor 2.5km beneath the surface, show the remains of the German warship, Kormoran (inset) and the Australia ship, the HMAS Sydney. The pictures show the German ship's gun nicknamed 'Linda' featuring a skull and cross bones (left) as well as it's grim tally of 11 ships sunk (top right). Also pictured is a lifeboat from the HMAS Sydney (bottom right). These never-before-seen pictures are part of a set of more than 700,000 taken on an undersea expedition by Curtin University and the Western Australian Museum.

Shoe-stopping performance! Determined runner wins bronze medal despite running barefoot after losing a trainer

Zhang Yingying, was taking part in the 10 kilometre race at the Gwangji Universiade on July 8. However, one of her shoes was stepped off by another competitor half way through the event.

The towns that time forgot: Haunting images of Italy's abandoned ghost towns left in eerie splendour and untouched since they were deserted over half a century ago 

A series of haunting images show how once thriving Italian villages now lay deserted, untouched for decades after conflict and natural disasters forced villagers to flee

If you've seen Un, you've seen them all! Chinese fan has plastic surgery to look like North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Chinese fan has plastic surgery to look like North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Wang Lei is the spitting image of Kim Jong-Un, the 32-year-old 'Dear Leader' of North Korea, and has reportedly gone under the knife to enhance his likeness. He was caught by photographers in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, after bumping into a fellow plastic surgery lover - and going on a date.



'Feminist hero who publicly shamed Tinder date for voicing his body-type preference is a hypocrite. Women are just as vocal', argues one VERY opinionated man

Tinder dater Michelle who shamed man for his body-type preference is 'a hypocrite'

Michelle Thomas, 30, from London, England, publicly scolded a Tinder date for saying she wasn't his type. But author Peter Lloyd says she is in denial that women are just as bad. If not worse. Pictured left, Michelle Thomas, Peter Lloyd, right and inset, the Dear John written by the unnamed man.

Luxury take away! Man drives a ROLLS ROYCE to deliver noodles worth $3 and manages to make hundreds of pounds a day

The Rolls Royce was from Xiao Zhang's limo service in Zhejiang, east China. He started lunch delivery service just over a week ago. On his busiest day he made more than 10,000 Yuan (£1,000).

Climb aboard the yacht hotel! Now you can experience a night on a sailing boat without even leaving land (or getting sea sickness)

The unique Mount Noah Lodge offers a stay aboard a selection of luxury boats in South Africa without the chance of seasickness. The South African lodge has seven boats in its land-locked fleet.

No, I said do you fancy a SNACK to eat! One snake gobbles down another and swallows it WHOLE

This is the incredible moment a cannibalistic snake was caught on camera eating another snake whole after grabbing it by the throat and poisoning it at a game park reserve in South Africa.

Incredible images of the mysterious abandoned 'Chicken Church' built in the Indonesian jungle by man who had 'a vision from God' 

Hidden deep inside the Indonesian jungle is an enchanted 'church' which looks like a giant chicken - built by an eccentric Indonesian man who had a vision from God to build a 'prayer house'.

New York City hosts its first disability pride parade to honor 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

Thousands of people, some in wheelchairs and some with guide dogs, took to the streets of New York on Sunday to celebrate disability pride as part of the city's disability pride month.

Ever wondered how to weigh a baby koala? Adorable how-to video reveals techniques for measuring a nine-month-old joey

In this video from the San Diego Zoo, a zookeeper demonstrates how to weigh a 9-month-old joey. The footage also shows the koala exploring its enclosure and cuddling up with its mum.

Boy vs shark: Fisherman, 15, battles for 30 minutes to reel in 8ft monster (then lets it go)

Fisherman Noah Thrift reels in 8ft monster shark in Fernandina

Noah Thrift, 15, was fishing in Fernandina, Florida, when he noticed his rod had fallen into the water - after being weighed down by a whopping eight-foot, 250 pound shark. After pulling for 30 minutes and with the help of a fellow fisherman who came to his aid, Noah managed to get his incredible catch on to dry land, before he released it back into the water. Noah, who had caught a stingray while fishing the day before, said about his shark catch: 'I was surprised that they were down there that big.'