'F' for online security: University of NSW suffers embarrassing hack as its Facebook page is hijacked for hours on open day and flooded with soft porn, guns and other raunchy posts 

UNSW shares images of Mia Khalifa and Kim Kardashian

One of Australia's leading universities has been slammed after sharing racy images of porn star Mia Khalifa (centre) along with pictures of guns and instructions on how to French kiss (top right) on its Facebook page. The images began being posted on University of New South Wales (UNSW) page this morning - coinciding with its scheduled open day - in what appears to be an embarrassing Facebook hack. The flood of images sparked confusion and some hilarious responses on social media. UNSW, which was embroiled in a high-profile hacking scandal in 2013, confirmed there was a security breach that locked its administrators out of the page for several hours on Saturday. the racy links sparked confusion and some hilarious social media responses the university was able to regain control of the page and remove them.

'Our little princess is off life support and hearing mum's voice again': Four-year-old girl set alight by her father in shocking attack wakes from coma in the first positive sign of her recovery

Little girl set alight by her father in shocking attack wakes from coma

A four-year-old girl (main) who suffered horrific injuries after being doused in petrol and allegedly set alight by her father Edward John Herbert, 43, (pictured together) has woken up from an induced coma. Her family said they are 'feeling a lot of relief' after their 'little princess' was taken off life support following the shocking attack which happened just before her fourth birthday. Mr Herbert, 43, has been accused of pouring a liquid over his three children and setting the youngest on fire inside their Perth home last Saturday. He remains in custody in a psychiatric hospital for further treatment and assessment.

Hanye makes the first cut: San Francisco 49ers drop five players but Aussie hopeful Jarryd Hanye is NOT one of them... as he faces a nervous final few hours to learn if he's on the team 

The 49ers still have 16 more players to trim before the NFL's Saturday (Sunday 6am AEST) deadline for teams to finalise their 53-man roster.

Just in time for father's day: Here are the 10 things you should NEVER say to a new mum (and the one thing you should)

NEW A new mum can find herself bombarded with advice from all directions and not all are good. A lactation consultant warns dads about the top ten things you should never tell your partner.

Two-year-old boy kept alive by pregnant dog who BREASTFED him after his 'dead drunk' mother left him severely neglected

The two-year-old boy, who has not been identified, was spotted feeding from his neighbor's pet dog, Reina, after his drunken mother allegedly left him without food or water in the port of Arica in Chile.

Should I confront my husband's lover over their affair?

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This week, BEL MOONEY advises a mother-of-two whose husband had an affair with a work colleague, a fellow Christian - and wants to know if she should meet the other woman.

Packed to the rafters! Rebecca Gibney sells the lavish Sydney home she shares with her husband for $2.5 million

Gold Logie winner Rebecca Gibney's Bayview house in Sydney sells for $2.125M

She's famously known as one of Australia's favourite Gold Logie winners.  And it looks like Rebecca Gibney has hit the gold jackpot once again, selling her lavish home in Sydney's Northern suburb of Bayview for $2.515 million.   The 50-year-old Packed To The Rafters actress and her husband Richard Bell's property was auctioned off by LJ Hooker Mona Vale on Thursday, the four-bedroom house initially having been purchased by the celebrity couple for reportedly $1.7million back in 2012. 

Finding a man's DNA on containers of almost 200,000 illicit pills is not enough to prove he's a drug trafficker, a court hears 

Barrister David Edwardson said that was insufficient evidence to place Grant Timothy Abrahamson before a jury, despite his DNA being found on 200,000 pills in SA's largest ever drug lab.

What Facebook REALLY knows about you: Take the test that can work out your personality based on nothing but your 'likes'

Scientists at Cambridge University, who created the app, say the test can predict your personality more accurately than your friends, colleagues and your parents.

Why did Chrissie Hynde date one of the Hells Angels who raped her? She enraged feminists by blaming herself for the attack. But the full story's even more shocking

Chrissie Hynde dated the Hells Angels who raped her and then blamed herself for the attack

In her new autobiography, Eighties rock chick and feminist icon Chrissie Hynde (left) reveals that she was raped by a gang of bikers (file image right) when she was just 21. Not only that, she says it was her fault. She was out of her mind on drugs, behaving flirtatiously and hopelessly naive. So what exactly happened when Chrissie Hynde encountered the biker gang? And what effect did such a brutal experience have on her life?

Take-away site Menulog launches service promoting healthy eating... but can you spot the nutritious options among the thousands of listings for pizza, pasta and kebabs?

Australian takeaway site Menulog has added a Healthy+ icon beside all menu items that meet nutrition guidelines set by wellbeing expert Dr Joanna McMillan (pictured).

'Tell her she's pretty - even though she's not': Watch three precocious young girls offer brutally-honest dating advice to men and women in brilliant new video 

In two new videos made by Cosmopolitan, three little girls are tasked with helping men craft the perfect text to their crushes and helping women put on make-up and mentally prepare for a first date.

It's Angelina McJolie! Star has striking Scottish lookalike, 24, who has turned down a modelling career in favour of an office job 

Angelina Jolie's Scottish lookalike Chelsea Marr

Scottish student Chelsea Marr, 24, left in the comparison images, has turned down the chance of a glamorous life of modelling - in favour of working as a recruitment manager. Her similarity Hollywood star Angelina, right, who is married to Brad Pitt, has seen her take the internet by storm. Her Instagram account has 56,000 followers, with hundreds liking and commenting on her pictures. But Miss Marr revealed she is not a model but works as an operations manager for an oil and gas recruitment company in Aberdeen.

A short-lived joy ride: Teen jailed after taking NRL star Darius Boyd's stolen car for a spin escapes... but is recaptured within hours

Queensland Police confirmed that Hayley Gillespie and inmate Mary Brimble,19, who escaped from Numinbah Correctional Centre on Friday afternoon were located this morning.

Notorious Sydney gangland figure Sam Ibrahim faces deportation after failing a character test under new citizenship laws

Notorious Sydney gangland figure, Sam Ibrahim, is facing deportation back to Lebanon under strict citizenship laws introduced by the Federal Government last year.

Tragic Aylan's final journey: Father of drowned boys returns home to bury his wife and two sons - in the war-torn city of Kobane in which ISIS murdered ELEVEN of their family just three months ago 

Syrian boys Aylan and Galip Kurdi's father returns to Kobane to bury sons and wife

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Aylan, three, his brother Galip, five, (pictured inset) and mother Rehan died when their dinghy capsized as they tried to reach the Greek island of Kos in the dead of night. Today, Abdullah Kurdi (top right) accompanied the bodies his sons and wife (main and bottom right) to Kobane - they city risked their lives fleeing from. Meanwhile, the boy's grandfather, Sexo Seno Kurdi revealed 11 members of the family had been killed by Islamic State fighters in Kobane in June.

Humanity washed ashore: Outpouring of grief continues for Syrian toddler Aylan after images of his dead body on a Turkish shoreline shocked the world 

Grief continues for dead Syrian refugee boy Aylan Kurdi

Artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has made a sand sculpture of the image of Aylan's body lying face down on Turkey's Bodrum beach in the latest example of poignant artworks created in response to the tragedy. He drowned alongside his mother Rehan, 35, and brother Galip, five, trying to reach the Greek island of Kos. The desperate family fled the ISIS-besieged Syrian city of Kobane and were on an overcrowded dinghy when it capsized. Many works of art have depicted Aylan as an angel (top right).

Just hours later Aylan Kurdi was dead: Last picture of toddler taking nap on Turkish beach before he drowned in his father's arms 

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Just hours after this picture was taken, three-year-old Aylan Kurdi drowned along with his brother Galip, five, and mother Rehan when their dinghy capsized while trying to cross the Mediterranean to Greece.

Have scientists found a cure for seasickness? Gadget that applies mild electric current to the scalp 'could eradicate nausea'

Imperial College London scientists are developing a device that will plug into a mobile phone and deliver a short shock to the head via a set of electrodes. They hope it will be on sale within five years.

EXCLUSIVE: She's a stunning model who gets to travel all over the world for work - but Alyce Crawford secretly battles every day with an illness that could spell the end for someone in her industry

Alyce Crawford is fighting IBS that threatens to derail her career every day

Life looks blissfully easy for Australian beauty Alyce Crawford, with seemingly endless legs, enviable abs and the face of a Victoria's Secret angel - she has cultivated a lucrative international modelling career. But we all know that looks can be deceiving. The honey-blonde star has a secret struggle that she fights each and every day. While you couldn't tell by looking at her, the Australia's Next Top Model alumnae has an inspiring story of how she has conquered a debilitating and painful disease that causes her stomach to bloat - leaving her looking 'six months pregnant'. Two years ago, Ms Crawford was shocked when her doctors diagnosed her with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) - a widespread and often misunderstood condition that causes bloating, recurrent abdominal pain and sometimes diarrhoea or constipation.

The wasted generation: Even millennials think they are self-absorbed and lazy, claims study

More than half of millennials described their generation as 'self-absorbed,' 49 per cent said they were 'wasteful,' and 43 per cent they were 'greedy,' according to Pew Research.

To save your marriage, UNFRIEND your partner on Facebook: Therapist warns that social media can be toxic to a relationship

New York-based therapist, Ian Kerner, claims that unfriending your significant other on social media can put the mystery and spark back into your relationship.

Jamie Oliver buys an eight-bedroom $20million home in the heart of north London luvvie-land that counts George Michael and Jude Law among its neighbours

Jamie Oliver buys a £10M home in the heart of north London luvvie-land

NEW Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, 40, has snapped up an eight-bedroom Grade II-listed property near Hampstead Heath in north London (bottom right), which is just a stone's throw from where the likes of Kate Moss live. The father-of-four paid almost £10million for the 17th century home which was marketed as having a beautiful interior, including 'wonderful' panelled rooms (bottom left) and a 'particularly fine' staircase, as well as period features, beautiful gardens (top left) and stunning views. The home also boasts a lavish bathroom (top right) and counts George Michael and Jude Law among its neighbours. Oliver is believed to have finalised the purchase in July but is yet to move in. It is just three miles from the £7million Primrose Hill property where he lives with his wife Jools, 40 (together inset), and their children, Poppy, 13, Daisy, 12, Petal, six, and Buddy, four.

Thai police admit neither of the two men arrested over the Bangkok bombing actually planted the explosive but both are 'conspirators' 

The arrests of two foreign suspects had been seen as a potential breakthrough in the investigation, but now police have admitted that neither man was believed to have planted the bomb.

Police find a body believed to be missing man Ben Plowright, 20, lying on the bank of a Tasmania river - near the party he went missing from three months ago

A body has been found in South Esk River, near the small town of Perth in north Tasmania, thought to be that of missing man Ben Plowright - who disappeared 97 days ago after a party.

The photographs that show just how far 'The Hayne Plane' has come: NFL hopeful's latest social media snap with San Francisco teammates is a long way from the shot he was mocked for just six months ago

San Francisco 49ers hopeful Jarryd Hayne shares photo showing how far he's come

A photo taken after Jarryd Hayne's final preseason game for the San Francisco 49ers appears to show how he has transformed himself into an NFL machine during training camp. Hayne, who posed for the picture (right) with his fellow rookies, appears to be more muscular than he was in another photo taken (left) when he first joined up with the 49ers in March.

The world's shortest man Chandra Dangi, 75, has died after being admitted to hospital with pneumonia

Chandra Dangi of Nepal passed away in Pago Pago in American Samoa
early Friday morning following a brief illness. At just 21.5ins, he was crowned by Guinness World Records in 2012.

Briony Scott, principal of elite Sydney girls school and wife of ABC boss Mark, reveals she has lung cancer - despite having 'never smoked'


Dr Briony Scott (pictured left), principal of Wenona Girls High School on the North Shore of Sydney and wife of ABC managing director Mark Scott, has been diagnosed with lung cancer.

The incredible moment a crocodile handler demonstrates how to stay safe around the giant reptiles by whacking one's head with a dead chicken before riding on its back

Handler whacks crocodile on the head with a dead chicken

The expert tempted the giant crocodile out of the water by splashing the dead chicken around in the shallows in front of a group of terrified tourists in Australia. He tried to disprove long-held beliefs about what causes the dangerous animals to attack by prodding its snout and showing that it did not react. The handler then started riding on the crocodile's back, saying: 'Is that a croc between your legs or are you just pleased to see me?'

The parents of schoolboy Daniel Morcombe who was tragically abducted and murdered develop a safety app to enable parents to 'stay one step ahead of predators'

The parents of abducted and murdered Queensland boy, Daniel Morcombe, 13, have created 'Amego', a child safety app that gives kids their freedom back by tracking their movements.

Sydney teen left in an induced coma after being hit by a car in Las Vegas was mourning the death of a friend killed in a car crash just days before the accident

Brooke Baldwin, from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, had just heard about the death of her friend Luke Shanahan when she was struck by a car on Flamingo Road off the Las Vegas Strip.

Tracy Morgan received $90M in settlement with Walmart after fatal New Jersey crash, claims comic - as the newlywed SNL alum moves into a $14m mansion 

Tracy Morgan received $90M in Walmart settlement after fatal New Jersey crash

Comedian Damon Wayans blurted out the Walmart settlement figure while appearing on the radio show The Breakfast Club Friday. Morgan's camp rushed to dismiss the revelation as nothing more than idle gossip, saying that the SNL alum had no contact with Wayans since before the June 2014 crash. Meanwhile, Morgan and his new wife have moved into their palatial new home (pictured), which according to multiple reports they purchased for just under $14million.

'Rest now my beloved. I love you more forever': Wife of army trooper who died aged 36 from dementia caused by roadside bomb blast in Iraq posts loving tribute to the hero

The wife of Australian war veteran Matt Millhouse who has died at the age of 36 from dementia caused by a bomb blast in Iraq has posted a loving tribute to her husband as he was laid to rest in Hobart.

Lindt Cafe gunman Man Haron Monis was rich, well-connected and feared in Iran - but wanted fame and attention rather than money

Man Haron Monis, the Lindt Cafe gunman, has been described as a well-connected businessman in Iran, during the finals hearings of an inquest into the Sydney siege that left two hostages dead.

Woman tries to gain Instagram fame by copying snaps posted by the app's most popular users, like Kendall Jenner - and admits it is A LOT harder than it looks

Amy Odell tries to gain Instagram fame by copying celebrities like Kendall Jenner

Cosmopolitan.com editor Amy Odell, 29, attempted to recreate eight of Instagram's most popular pictures - and quickly learned that she was unable to do any of them without help from a team of eight people, including make-up artists, hairstylists and assistants to ensure the perfect positioning in each image.

From Lara Bingle to a morbid Northern Territory ad: After a small Australian town fools the world with their 'pregnant French woman' tourism campaign - we take a look at the best (and worst) of the rest

As millions were fooled by a viral marketing campaign, Daily Mail Australia has identified five unique instances where tourism advertisements looked outside the box to vie for your attention.

Balinese Police involved in Australian tourist extortion scheme forced to stand in the sun four hours as punishment

Kuta's police chief Ida Bagus Dedy Januarta holds a signed statement during a press conference. Ida Bagus Dedy Januarta and 20 of his officers are facing an internal affairs investigation over the raid

Balinese police officers have been forced to stand in the sun for hours as punishment over involvement in an extortion scheme involving Australian tourists on a bucks week holiday.

The robot assassin that could save the Great Barrier Reef: Aussie researcher unveils underwater craft that delivers a fatal injection to starfish invaders killing the reef

COTSbot robot seeks out coral destroying crown-of-thorn star fish

The world's first robot designed to seek out and kill the Great Barrier Reef's crown-of-thorn starfish is set to be working in the world heritage site by December. The COTSbot completed its first sea trials in Queensland's Moreton Bay this week, seeking out the scourge of the world's largest coral reef.

Social media users take aim at supermarket for advertising sanitary towels as the perfect Father's Day present! 

Social media users have taken aim at a supermarket chain, believed to be in Wollongong, New South Wales, for inadvertently offering a Father's Day special on sanitary towels.

Would you let your kid eat a 1,400-CALORIE sandwich? From McDonald's Happy Meals to KFC's chicken burgers, the unhealthiest fast food meals for children revealed

A recent investigation by magazine Eat This, Not That! found that the majority of fast food meals for kids contain far more than the recommended intake of salt and fat.

Just desserts! Woman throws a tantrum in take-away restaurant and screams at staff over color of their peppers... but gets her comeuppance as she walks out

US Woman throws tantrum in restaurant over the color of their peppers

In a video uploaded to YouTube titled Angry Hot Kebab Girl Meltdown a woman is seen verbally abusing the restaurant's employees because they used green peppers instead of red in her meal. She also berates the staff members for not speaking English. She leaves the restaurant in a huff, but not before walking into the glass front door on her way out.

Mystery surrounds the discovery of two sailors whose bodies washed up on a Sydney beach after they disappeared in their yacht

The bodies of two men were found washed up near Birubi Beach north of Newcastle on Friday afteroon. Police made the discovery during the search for a missing yacht.

Bikini-clad paddle-boarder swims to shore after she is knocked over by a breaching whale in rough seas

A police search has been called off near Hastings Point in north New South Wales after a stand-up paddle-boarder disappeared from the sight of an onlooker when a whale breached near her. She paddled back to shore after the incident.

Firenado! 800,000 gallons of Jim Beam accidentally released into a lake bursts into flames after being hit by lightning... before a tornado sucks the flaming liquid 100 feet up into the air

Jim Beam factory hit by lightning releases 800k gallons of fire whiskey

A Jim Beam warehouse in Kentucky was struck by lightning releasing 800,000 gallons of bourbon into a nearby lake. Then, the lake was hit by a 'firenado' setting the inflammable liquid alight. The firenado was caused when a bolt of lighting hit the ground setting a fire which was in the path of a tornado, which sucked up the flames, creating a terrifying spiralling inferno. A video of the dramatic scenes has been viewed more than four million times on the internet.

Hilariously edited video sees Tony Abbott facing HIMSELF in a fiery debate between the then opposition leader and the current Prime Minister

In one of the greatest fictional political battles of our time, the Prime Minster of Australia Tony Abbott has faced off against a more than formidable foe - Opposition Leader Tony Abbott.

Meet the Aussie professional thrill-chasers who will do ANYTHING for a world record - like throwing running chainsaws FOUR metres through the air at each other

Two Australian performers hold the world record for chucking chainsaws at each other

Two Australians have kept a world record safe for another year, in this years Guinness book of World Records, for throwing and catching a running chainsaw.  Chayne Hultgren (left), also known as 'The Space Cowboy' and Gordo Gamsby (right) hurled the deadly machine 4 metres into the air to one another, at the London Wonderground, on September 14 2012.


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'Cleaning makes you thinner and curbs your sexual appetite!' Video captures women's horrified reactions to ridiculous and outdated sex tips from the past 300 years 

Glamour magazine video captures women's reactions to outdated sex tips

In an attempt to find out more about the bedroom behaviors of women living many years ago, Glamour magazine asked six ladies to read popular tips for women that were found in everything from a 17th century sex manual to a 1980s book teaching girls about how to be popular with boys, while filming their stunned reactions to the outdated - and insulting instructions.

The heartbreaking picture that shows why every child should have meningococcal B vaccine: Her parents' quick-thinking saved Jazmyn's life - now they're campaigning to raise awareness of life-threatening strain

An Adelaide couple have turned to Facebook to raise awareness about meningococcal B after their daughter contracted it. She was immunised for meningococcal C but B is not subsidised.

AFL star Luke Hodge is caught drink-driving after leaving a Hawthorn function - but the captain WON'T be punished by his club

AFL premiership captain Luke Hodge has been caught drink-driving after leaving a club function, with the 31-year-old being found to have a blood-alcohol content of 0.068 after leaving a club event.

Move over Miss America! Website which pairs beautiful young women with wealthy sugar daddies reveals the 12 bikini-clad finalists in the first ever Sugar Baby of the Year competition 

Seeking Arrangements reveals finalists in the Sugar Baby of the Year competition 

The controversial dating site Seeking Arrangements has launched its first ever calendar contest where 12 real-life sugar babies compete for the coveted title of Sugar Baby of the Year and the chance to be featured on the calendar's cover. The contestants range in age from 19 to 25, and while they were more than happy to flaunt their toned bodies in tiny bikinis for the dating site's 2016 calendar, many insist that voters should choose them for the cover because of their fantastic personalities.

Man 'bitten to the bone' by a Great White shark and dragged from his surfski while swimming close to shore fought off the beast

David Quinlivan, 62, fought off a Great White shark that viciously attacked him at Black Head Beach on the NSW mid-north coast, and remarkably managed to make it back to shore.

Is this the REAL reason we are obese? Doctor says Australians have been duped into overdosing on 'toxic' SUGAR because we are trying to eat low GI

Dr Robert Lustig, an American paediatric endocrinologist, says Australians have been duped into eating foods with a high quantity of sugar because of the concept called 'low GI'.

The shocking moment a former rugby league hopeful brutally attacks three homeless men on a night out

Dez' Laalaai, 20, a former rugby league prospect, has been charged over drunken altercation between three homeless men last year in Perth's CBD, that was captured on CCTV. 

Serial killer cannibal 'Granny Ripper' reenacts how she cut off head of final victim then boiled it in a saucepan to shocked police

Tamara Samsonova, 68, the alleged serial killer known as the 'Granny Ripper' has told police how she decapitated her final victim on the kitchen floor because she was too 'heavy' to move.

Are these the worst behaved kids EVER? Reality series reveals children's most awful tantrums, fights and lies in home-video footage shot by horrified parents 

Babies Behaving Badly reveals children's most awful tantrums, fights and lies

Discovery Family's new show Babies Behaving Badly, due to premier tonight, sees viral videos of kids throwing fits and trying to outsmart their parents given the TV treatment with comedic commentary and interviews with the tiny tots turned internet sensations.

Boeing reveals its biggest plane yet: $400m 777-9X has a wingspan so big the tips have to be folded up so it can fit into airports

Boeing 777-9X has wingspan so big the tips have to fold so it can use airports

The 777-9X will seat at least 400 passengers with a superwide cabin with larger, higher windows when it begins production in 2017. It is so big, Boeing has developed hinges on its wingtips. The hinges will fold up, allowing the plane to shorten its wingspan when it's rolling across airport taxiways, the first design of its kind on any commercial airliner.

'Airborne peanut allergies on flights are a MYTH': Leading scientist claims it's impossible for a reaction to be triggered this way

Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, Kings College, London, says peanut particles are too heavy to be transmitted through the air - and that leading experts agree the airborne theory is a myth.

A very Aussie train strike: Melbourne drivers set out to cause chaos but everyone takes a sickie and stays home - leaving offices empty and union bosses scratching their heads

Thousands of Melbourne workers are enjoying a long weekend, opting to stay at home to avoid predicted traffic chaos by the train strike. Drivers want to keep conditions which mean they only work three hour days.

Pod of killer whales hunt and encircle a seal in front of a tourist boat off the Californian coast cutting off its escape route before dragging it out to sea to eat it 

Lost in the middle of the sea and unable to find a hiding place, a terrified seal waits to be spotted by the pod of whales.The seal appears to have swum too far away from the shore in Monterey Bay, California.

Is El Chapo hiding in Costa Rica? Net closes on the world's most wanted drug lord after his son forgets to switch off location data in Twitter picture

Costa Rican authorities are now investigating whether the boss of the Sinaloa Cartel secretly fled to the Central American nation after his son appeared to accidentally reveal his hideout on Twitter.

Night Peter O'Toole was so drunk he tried to pay for sex in a nunnery: The hell-raising star's womanising was as notorious as his boozing... but a new biography reveals we didn't know the half of it!

New Peter O'Toole biography reveals that we didn't know the half of his life

NEW Actress Siân Phillips described her life with troubled Lawrence of Arabia star, Peter O'Toole (pictured left and right with Phillips), as 'intermittently ecstatic or unbelievably dreadful,' during their turbulent marriage. A new biography reveals tales of the star's drinking, including consuming a bottle of whiskey without pausing for breath and falling asleep on stage. Whilst filming Lawrence of Arabia in the Jordan desert, O'Toole was given his own minder to ensure he was fit to work. It also chronicles how O'Toole would disappear for days end with a new young actress, leaving his wife at home with their children.

The Hollywood hardman who's just a big softy: Tom Hardy says dogs are his only friends... and admits he refused to attend drama classes without one

Tom Hardy, 37, raised eyebrows by bringing his rescue dog Woody to the red carpet of his new Kray biopic but it's not the first time the actor has showed such devotion to his four-legged friends.

Stunning and heartbreaking photos show parents spending precious moments with their baby daughter born with inoperable brain cancer and Down syndrome

Erika and Stephen Jones, of Florida, first had learned that their unborn daughter Abigail had Down syndrome. An ultrasound later showed that a cancerous mass had developed in her brain.

Husband caught with pornography on his phone involving a man and fish after he broke up with his wife avoids a jail term

Nelson Nazare, 45, of Manor Grove, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, claimed that a friend had sent the images to him 'to distract and amuse him' after he broke up with his wife.

Are you a P-PHUBBER? Snubbing your partner by checking your phone can cause them to become depressed and anxious

Researchers from Baylor University in Texas found that the person being ignored can become depressed and anxious and this can directly impact other areas of their life.

ISIS destroys even more of Palmyra: Satellite images show how jihadis have 'blown up' three 2,000-year-old tomb towers

ISIS blows up three 2,000-year-old tomb towers in Palmyra in Syria

Syrian antiquities chief Maamoun Abdulkarim said the tombs (left) were the 'best preserved and most beautiful' and included that of Elahbel, built in 103 AD, which he said was four storeys high and had an underground floor. The terror group, which has already blown up several ancient sites in neighbouring Iraq, took over the city in May and last month murdered its retired archaeologist Khaled Asaad, 82, who worked for more than 50 years as head of antiquities there. ISIS went on to destroy the Temple of Baalshamin (top right) and then the larger Temple of Bel (bottom right) days later.

Morocco placed on high terror alert by Foreign Office with travellers urged to be 'vigilant'

Around 500,000 Britons visit Morocco every year, and most trips are trouble-free, but the government has said attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by foreigners.

Mums, it's time to teach your children manners! One VERY indignant author hits back at indulgent parents who let their broods run amok

Author Liat Hughes Joshi responds to Samantha Simmonds, saying she needs to control her brood in public, after the Sky newsreader claimed that society has become more intolerant of children.

Sir, you're going to have to come with us... just around the corner: The embarrassing moment a driver trying to do a 'burn out' loses control and crashes into a POLICE STATION

Canberra driver trying to do a 'burn out' crashes car into police station

A driver was left red-faced after attempting to be too fast and too furious, when he slammed his out-of-control car into a police station. Embarrassing footage of a car crash in Canberra shortly after 2pm on Friday shows the moment a man lost control of his white Holden Commodore while trying to race around a bend. 'Thankfully no one was injured. Well, that's if you don't count the wall or the car!' police said.

Chinese Shaolin monk runs on water for 125 metres (but he did have a little help)

Shi Liliang, a monk from the Shaolin temple in eastern Quanzhou city, used 200 floating plywood planks to assist his feat, which requires him to move quickly and tread incredibly lightly to succeed.

Google to fix 'anti-semitic bug' which claims that 'Jews control Hollywood'

Google confirmed they are aware of the bug which they are currently trying to fix after the search engine returned highly inappropriate results when asked questions about Hollywood.

A smartwatch fit for Goldfinger! LG shows off its $1,200 23-karat Urbane Luxe device

LG's gold-plated Urbane Luxe smartwatch (pictured) was shown off behind glass at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. It has an alligator strap and can be pre-ordered in the US.

They're REAL superheroes: Men who suffered brain disease and lost limbs in bomb blasts battle back and now they're in 'the best shape of their lives' 

Men who suffered brain disease and lost limbs in bomb blasts battle back

Men's Health has selected five British men from scores of nominations and crowned them its 'Heroes' for overcoming extraordinary adversity to become celebrated role models. Mark Ormrod (left), 31, lost both legs and one arm in Afghanistan and is now a performance coach; Rich Smith (top right), 29, lost his mother, father and sister to a light aircraft crash when he was 18 and is now also a lifestyle coach, and (bottom right) Jonathan Benson, 33, was diagnosed with Crohn's disease but defied doctors by refusing surgery and drugs to manage his condition through diet and fitness instead.

Mother turns in 'would-be rapist' son after seeing him on TV news during appeal stemming from brutal attack

Brenda Ramon from Harlem, New York, turned in her 19-year-old son Anthony after seeing him on the surveillance footage connected to a brutal attack on a 33-year-old woman.

Star wares: Hilarious scenes as fanatics dressed as their favourite Star Wars character push trolleys and browse the aisles as new collectible toys hit the shelves

Fans, some dressed as Imperial Stormtroopers, Wookies and Sand People, thronged stores after the release of the latest Star Wars toys hit the Australian market first, around the world. 

Game on! Tom Brady gets a visit from wife Gisele Bundchen at Patriots stadium after he beat 'Deflate-gate' suspension and as 'split' rumors fade

Picture Shows: Gisele Bundchen  September 03, 2015\n \n As Tom Brady wins his appeal against the NFL, a makeup free model Gisele Bundchen looks relaxed as she visits the TB12 Sports Therapy Center at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.\n \n Gisele had her appointment just as news hit that a Federal Judge overturned her husband's four game suspension over the "Deflate-gate" scandal. The couple is also under scrutiny amidst rumors of marital strain and discord but Gisele didn't look overwhelmed by the drama.\n \n Exclusive - All Round\n UK Rights Only\n \n Pictures by : FameFlynet UK © 2015\n Tel : +44 (0)20 3551 5049\n Email : info@fameflynet.uk.com

Bundchen was spotted at Gillette Stadium where he practices, which throws cold water on claims the 35-year-old Brazilian bombshell is looking into divorcing the 38-year-old Superbowl star.

Video piracy has dropped by a QUARTER since Netflix launched as viewers switch to legal options to get latest TV and movies, CHOICE says

Online streaming giant, Netflix, is helping to solve the problem of illegal downloading in Australia as people turn to the U.S company to watch movies and TV shows.

Dashcam captures the moment a driving instructor's elbow is broken in road-rage attack because terrified 17-year-old learner driver didn't pull away from traffic lights quickly enough

Dashcam captures Essex driving instructor's elbow being broken in road-rage attack

Chris Barnett, an instructor of 36 years, suffered a broken elbow and his 17-year-old student Conner George was left visibly shaken after they were subjected to an aggressive road rage attack. When the lights turned to green, Conner struggled to pull away and it took 20 seconds before he was able to drive off. As the learner tried to get the Suzuki Swift in gear, an impatient driver in a white Range Rover behind began to beep impatiently. Moments later, the 4x4 overtook the learner, pulled in front of the pair and slammed on the brakes, forcing Mr Barnett to use the dual brakes. In an ugly confrontation, the driver of the Range Rover dressed in a hooded top then threatened Mr Barnett through the window before slamming the door on his elbow.

Pretty toddler with Down's syndrome is to become child model after charming agencies with her 'cheeky smile' 

Connie-Rose Seabourne, 23 months old, from Leeds, has bagged two modelling contracts since her mother Julie Britton, 42, sent her pictures to scouts who 'didn't bat an eyelid' about her disability.

Menagerie a trois! Love rival zoo keepers in vicious catfight over the llama expert who dumped one and then dated the other 

London Zoo love rival zookeepers in vicious cat-fight over the llama expert

NEW Tiger keeper Caroline Westlake, 32, (above right) lost her job at London Zoo after she became embroiled in a catfight with love rival Kate Sanders (above left) at a staff Christmas party over 30-year-old Adam Davies (above centre). Mr Davies and Miss Sanders were together for five years but had split up. Four months later he started seeing Miss Westlake. Details of their tangled love lives and the brawl were revealed as Miss Westlake took London Zoo to an employment tribunal where she is suing them for unfair dismissal

The washing machine that cleans TWO loads at once: Haier unveils model that deals with different colours simultaneously

The company unveiled its new machine at tech conference IFA in Berlin. The average person family creates 220 loads of washing over the course of a year, the firm said.

Is that your best side? Artist creates 'funny, stupid, beautiful' portraits using a just a normal computer scanner 

Barecelona-born Xavier Solé Mora, who lives in London, scanned his own face when he was bored on a rainy afternoon and was astonished by his 'beautiful, but disturbing' results.

Aren't cats supposed to be scared of water? Simba the ginger kitten loves nothing more than a long soak in a bubble bath 

Owner Helen Mason, from Witham, Essex, was astonished when Simba started getting into her leftover bathwater. She discovered the kitten's love for water when she bathed him after an operation.


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Photos capture the first few years of the lives of two white lion cubs

Wildlife cinematographer Max Moller has captured the birth and first few years of life of two rare white lions Zuri and Araali in super high definition at Zoodoo Wildlife Park in Tasmania. Mr Moller said he felt privileged to be able to take on the unique project including being able to be capture the moment the two cubs, Zuri and Araali, were born.

Mystery of what killed 60,000 antelope in four DAYS solved? Normally harmless bacteria appear to have turned on the endangered animals

Biologists were shocked by the scale of the deaths of saiga antelope in Kazakhstan this year, which saw 134,000 die in a couple of weeks, but are now finding clues pointing to the cause.



Life in plastic is... #blessed: Witty hipster Barbie Instagram account pokes fun at social media's most annoying trends, from 'artistic' food photos to hot dog legs

Hipster Barbie Instagram account pokes fun at social media's most annoying trends

Socality Barbie was created by an anonymous wedding photographer from Portland, Oregon, and has gained over 66,000 followers. Barbie describes herself as an 'adventurer' who is dedicated to 'authentic living'. In her photos, she is pictured living out the ultimate social media clichés, including taking beach selfies, and wearing over-sized beanies.

The 30,000ft proposal! The moment a brave easyJet passenger asks his girlfriend to marry him over the intercom while mid-flight on a packed plane

Kevin Christie, 41, was travelling with his 20-year-old partner Kamila Maier from Manchester to Mykonos, Greece, when he took to the intercom at 30,000ft to ask for her hand in marriage.

'Mummy beeps all the way to nursery!' Children reveal adults' WORST road habits in hilarious new video guaranteed to make parents squirm

British children were quizzed about their parents' driving in a funny video by Ford. And when asked who was the better driver, the unanimous response was: 'Daddy.'

Life in the clouds: At 7,190ft this is the highest village in Europe with just 200 residents braving six months of snow a year

Polish-based Rafal Nycz, 30, went on a two-week bike ride with his girlfriend through the stunning countryside of Georgia, eventually reaching the highest inhabited village in Europe - Ushguli.

That's not Mona Lisa! From Girl With a Pearl Earring to Ophelia, most famous artworks are re-imagined with cats

Susan Herbert's renditions of Mona Lisa and Ophelia artworks using cats

In feline interpretations of various artworks, painter Susan Herbert's Cats Galore: A Compendium of Cultured Cats features the animals in renditions of paintings including Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa (right), Jan Vermeer's Girl With A Pear Earring (left) and the feline version of Julie Andrews' in the Sound of Music (inset). Cats Galore brings together illustrations of cats in scenes from theater, art and film, described as the 'ultimate compendium for cat-loving culture buffs and cultured pet owners'.