EgyptAir flight MS804 search finds a severed arm, luggage and a two-mile oil slick

Relatives, friends and colleagues (left) of the EgyptAir crew wept and consoled each other as they gathered for an emotional service at the Al Sedeq mosque near Cairo Airport where the doomed jet had been due to land. Ahmed Asem (top right), the father of co-pilot Mohamed Mamdouh Ahmed Asem (top inset) was overwhelmed by messages of condolence as the Imam led prays for their salvation. Meanwhile, at another heart-rending vigil, Bahgat Shoukair (bottom right), the father of Captain Mohamed Said Ali Ali Shoukair (bottom inset) collapsed in grief for his missing son. The services were held as search crews revealed they had found a severed arm, luggage and a two-mile-long oil slick in the Mediterranean close to where the Airbus A320 vanished, dealing a devastating blow to families holding a glimmer of hope their loved ones may have survived the crash.

The victims of EgyptAir flight MS804 are named as search continues 

EgyptAir hostess Samar Ezz Eldin (inset), 27, posted a picture of a stewardess with a plane crashing into the sea behind her on her Facebook page just four months after she started working at Egypt's national carrier. Miss Eldin, who studied modern languages at the Ain Shams University in Cairo, was among the first victims to be named as investigators admitted the cause of the disaster was still a mystery. The search was continuing today for wreckage of the Airbus A320 which vanished from radar near Greece while carrying 66 people from Paris to Cairo and fell out of the sky.

Foran overdosed on prescription pills last month and his long-term relationship with Rebecca Pope - who he shares two young children with - broke down

NEW A TAB account belonging to embattled Parramatta Eels star Kieran Foran lost $75,000 in a two-hour gambling spree. He spent the last three weeks at a Brisbane rehabilitation clinic.

A shocking new fashion accessory which promises to help wearers quit their bad habits is now available on the market. The bracelet zaps users whenever they participate in 'banned' behaviour.

Yang Yang, 11 months old, of Yibin, in south-west China's Sichuan Province, was born with the long tail due to a neural tube defect in which his spine didn't form properly in the womb.

Police reports suggested 25 boys were seen going in and out of the bathroom at South Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, Florida leading to one student being disciplined.

Five top-selling eBay items you probably have lying around your house

A quick look through the sold listings on eBay reveals hundreds of common items - records, toys and iPods - that could net their owners thousands of dollars of they were sold online. Some rare and original comics can sell for tens of thousands of dollars through the online retailer. But even Walt Disney VHS tapes and Hot Wheels toy sets can fetch thousands.

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The people responsible for stealing and uploading nude and intimate photos of more than 400 South Australian woman online may never be prosecuted according to police who have closed the case.

Jarryd Roughead said he didn't want a big fuss made of him after suffering a recurrence of cancer, but fans of Hawthorn and Sydney were determined to pay their respects with a poignant standing ovation.

Shia Muslim sect followers who performed FGM 'should serve jail time'

Followers of a Shia Muslim sect, who were convicted of female genital mutilation, should serve jail time instead of home detention in order to deter others, a court has heard. A mother who can't be named, midwife Kubra Magennis and Dawoodi Bohra sect community leader Shabbir Mohammedbhai Vaziri were each handed a minimum 11 month custodial sentence. The trio's barrister Robert Sutherland SC advocated for house arrest but crown prosecutor Nanette Williams said home detention allowed for a 'perception of leniency'.

The woman, known as Evalion and believed to be Canadian, admitted she was a Holocaust denier and called Hitler a 'brilliant' and 'compassionate man' in a video entitled 'Why Hitler Wasn't Evil'.

NEW Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will survive the upcoming election but his popularity among voters has slid lower than Julia Gillard's when she failed to secure majority against Tony Abbott.

Hilarious photos show what happens when cinema listings go wrong

People have been sharing images of cinema billboard mishaps on Twitter, where films titles are inadvertently merged to create hilarious-sounding movies. Clockwise from top left: Transformers Sex Tape, Blow The Mexican, Just Go With It Sucker Punch Justin Bieber, Pirates Knocked Up Shrek, 40 Year Old Virgin Penguins and Erin Brockovich Screwed My Dog Skip.

Geelong AFL player Patrick Dangerfield has left his wife looking unimpressed with his gift giving skills after she receives a giant, signed, image of himself as a present.

Chris Scutt and his wife Jen were horrified when a man launched an attack on their 15-month-old son Alvis - leaving him with 11 cuts - in the middle of Tesco at Brook Retail Park in Clacton, Essex.

Australian Fashion Week 2016 finishes with jaw-dropping Oscar de la Renta show in Sydney

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Resort 17 has closed with a jaw-dropping collection by New York fashion house Oscar de la Renta. The show, held at Sydney venue Carriageworks, marked Oscar de la Renta's runway debut in Australia, and featured a range of couture and ready-to-wear pieces. Australian model Shanina Shaik stunned in a soft cream gown embellished with gold (second left) and the feminine piece embodied the tone of the show, that was both lady-like and feminine. Beautiful gowns, (left, second right), and bridal gowns (right) featured in the collection, as did chic corporate designs.

Australian Fashion Week  2016 day six shows pieces by up and coming designers

As Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia comes in to its sixth and final day, up-and-coming designers have taken to the catwalk for head-turning shows at Sydney's Carriageworks. The Innovators: Fashion Design Studio show saw designs embellished with giant spikes by Australia's Kakopieros (left). Models for the up-and-coming fashion house also wore metal head-pieces and safety pins through their lips (inset). The St.George Project NextGen show was a mash-up of hot pink head pieces by Ipsen (centre) and flame-patterned platform shoes (right).

Experts have revealed that your most common facial expression holds vital clues to how you'll age. Smiling makes you prone to crow's feet while pouting for selfies can lead to smoker's lines.

Mariola Michalowski (right), 38, passed away just hours after celebrating her marriage to partner Krzystof (left), 34, in a small ceremony in Richmond, North Yorkshire, last Friday.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge visits Ben Ainslie Racing in Portsmouth

The Duchess of Cambridge visited the America's Cup base of sailing champion Sir Ben Ainslie in Portsmouth to see how youngsters are being inspired to join the marine industry. In her role as royal patron of the 1851 Trust, a charity set up as part of the Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) effort to win the prestigious racing tournament, Kate will launch two initiatives aimed at involving children and young adults from diverse backgrounds in sailing and the technology of the sport.

NEW A 16-year-old member of Melbourne's notorious Apex gang is likely to be spared jail despite his involvement in a series of car thefts, violent robberies and burglaries.

Police have seized a light plane, almost 300kg of drugs and $3.6 million in cash from members of Australia's outlaw bikie gangs in an operation in one year.

Mike Tindall opens up about daughter Mia grabbing the Queen's handbag

Mike Tindall, 37, (right) has opened up about the show stealing moment his daughter Mia, two, grabbed the Queen's handbag during her 90th birthday portrait (left) while appearing on Good Morning Britain. The former rugby star said the moment was unplanned and they toddler was being 'a bit naughty'. He added that her Majesty told her to go on holding the bag during the photo shoot by Annie Liebovitz.

A new video has broken down what it calls the true cost of a journey from John F Kennedy Airport in New York to Washington Dulles Airport in Viriginia on board an Airbus A320.

Pilot error is the most common causes for aircraft crashes, followed by equipment failures and bad weather (pictured) explains Simon Ashley Bennett, from the University of Leicester.

Buckingham Palace intruder is a convicted murderer

Denis Hennessy (left) was convicted of a savage attack on a homeless man in 1993, which investigators said was like something from the ultra-violent novel A Clockwork Orange. The 41-year-old, of Wembley, north-west London, climbed over a wall at the Palace on Wednesday evening before being arrested by armed police. The Queen (left, yesterday) was in residence with the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke of York at the time, but Hennessy was stopped in the garden of the iconic building.

A 45-year-old Victorian man is in custody after his 79-year-old neighbour was assaulted and his house was torched in Clifton Springs. The pair would often share a drink together.

Alison Heuke makes a living out of house sitting and has bought investment properties

Alison Heuke has saved tens of thousands of dollars on rent and bills by house and pet sitting in Melbourne and Sydney over the last 13 months. Now the 36-year-old is making money by charging the homeowners for her services. She owns a home in Adelaide and is looking at purchasing one in Melbourne but has no plans to give up her nomadic lifestyle.

Two girls jailed for trying to kidnap babies by luring mothers by offering free kids

Holly Kelland, 18, (left, inset and today outside court) set up a profile under a different name with the aim of contacting mothers with young children. Together with school friend Codie Farrar, 17, (right, inset and today outside court) Kelland tried to lure in targets by telling them they had one prizes, including designer baby clothes, in fictitious raffles. Both girls were handed 12-month detention orders after previously admitting to conspiracy to kidnap three babies, identified only as 'U', 'S' and 'W', in September last year. Kelland, of Wolverhampton, also admitted to three further counts of fraud by false representation.

It was a poignant moment at a forum in Woy Woy on the NSW Central Coast, where Mr Shorten, accompanied by wife Chloe, was conducting a Q&A; with locals on Friday night.

Police arrested nine people following an operation in the inner-city suburb of Woolloomooloo on Friday targeting those allegedly involved in the distribution of cocaine and heroin in Kings Cross.

Fiji rugby sevens coach admits Jarryd Hayne is not in peak shape despite picking him for

Jarryd Hayne may have been selected for the Fiji sevens squad for their World Series tournament in London this weekend, but he's been told by coach Ben Ryan he's far from in perfect shape. The former Parramatta Eel (centre) has never played the small-sided version of rugby before and only became available this week after quitting the San Francisco 49ers, so Ryan says he's lacking fitness compared to specialists such as Samisoni Viriviri (left) and Viliame Mata (right).

Jarryd Hayne only took up rugby sevens at the start of the week, but already has a shot at going to the Olympic Games after being named in the Fiji squad for their final World Series tournament.

Waves of up to 7m are rolling against the Western Australian coast as a severe weather warning is released ahead of a dangerous storm while the east coast enjoys a sunny weekend ahead.

Susan Sarandon's brother Terry Tomalin dies aged 55 after suffering a heart attack

NEW The brother of Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon passed away at the age of 55 on Thursday. Terry Tomalin, the outdoor editor for the Tampa Bay Times , was with his 14-year-old son Kai taking a lifeguard test when he suffered a fatal heart attack. In addition to his son Kai he leaves behind his wife Kanika and a 12-year-old daughter Nia.

Uber and taxi drivers in Queensland may be forced to pay for their own licenses under one of four proposals being considered by the government, to regulate the ride sharing industry.

The riot squad was forced to attend a workshop Christmas party in the Central Coast, NSW, after police were threatened by the owner who hosted the party and revellers did burnouts.

Sean Penn's film The Last Face is savaged after Cannes premiere, with viewers laughing,

NEW Sean Penn's new movie The Last Face was savaged after its premiere at Cannes on Friday, where viewers booed and guffawed. His latest directorial effort, after his 2007 film Into the Wild, stars Charlize Theron as an international aid worker in Liberia who falls in love with a doctor, played by Javier Bardem (inset left). Many have taken to social media hailing The Last Place as the lowest point of Penn's career, with some suggesting Theron broke up with the 55-year-old after she saw an early edit of the film. Penn (main) has already responded to the overwhelming criticism (inset left), saying: 'I stand by the film as it is, and everyone is going to be entitled to their response.'

New York yoga instructor who claims boss fired her has her sexual harrassment lawsuit

Dilek Edwards (left) alleged that she was sacked from the Wall Street chiropractic clinic that self-confessed lesbian Stephanie Adams (right), 45, owns with her doctor husband, Charles Nicolai (pictured inset with the son he shares with Ms Adams). However a Manhattan judge ruled on Thursday that Ms Edwards' suit didn't contain any allegations that she was fired 'because of her status as a woman'. In court papers filed in November 2013, Ms Edwards said that Mr Nicolai warned her in June that his wife 'might become jealous' after she gave him yoga-therapy sessions to help with chronic pain, telling her 'it had to be a secret.'

Western Australian Liberal party candidate Sherry Sufi, 33, has pulled out of the Federal election after a focus on several negative events from his past have emerged in the public eye.

The minister claimed earlier this week 'illiterate' and 'innumerate' refugees would take Australian jobs and end up 'languishing in unemployment queues' if the country opened the door to more asylum seekers.

Chaos erupts in courtroom as Uber gunman who killed six is DRAGGED out by deputies after

NEW The Michigan Uber driver accused of killing six people in a brutal shooting spree was dragged out of the courtroom by deputies on Friday morning. Jason Dalton raised his voice and interrupted the testimony of one of the two people who survived the horrific rampage, causing the woman to break down in tears on the stand. Dalton also shouted about people with 'black bags' before Judge Christopher Haenicke was forced to call a recess as Dalton was removed from the room.

Three Victorian teenagers are believed to have stolen a car from Caulfield in Melbourne and crashed it twice before escaping into the bushland. Two were caught by police while remains on the run.

They say first impressions count, particularly for those looking to sell their home. With this in mind, we picked some properties for sale to see if you would be swayed as a buyer by the car on the drive.

CCTV footage shows the frightening moment two armed thugs smash their way into a Melbourne

Two armed robbers have brazenly shattered and kicked down the security doors (left) at a service station in Melbourne before charging towards the counter jumping over the security wires and threatening the worker with a meat cleaver. After stealing the money (right) the two men grabbed cigarettes before escaping on foot.


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Salim Mehajer's sister Aiisha changes her appearance yet again

The sister of controversial former Auburn councillor Salim Mehajer, Aiisha took to Instagram on Friday with drastically different coloured hair in a sponsored post promoting contact lenses (right). Earlier this month Daily Mail Australia revealed the drastic transformation Aiisha had undergone since her teenage years (left). Since sporting dark hair earlier this year (inset), Aiisha has now dyed her hair a light shade of blonde.

A dog has been the target of poisoned sausages for the second time in a month after owners discovered sausages laced with rat poison in the backyard of their north Perth home.


The guitarist passed away on Thursday morning at a hospice in Danvers, Massachusetts at 7:30 am, according to a report from Rolling Stone .

A car has driven by Kittens strip club in south Melbourne and a number of shots were fired into the venue before it drove off - the same venue was hit in a drive-by shooting last November.

Braybrook attack in Melbourne caught on camera

Footage shows two thugs ambush the group as they were relaxing outside a property in Braybrook, west of Melbourne. One man violently shoves a woman to the ground before punching the other. The other attacker, brandishing a large wooden pole, strikes the male victim - knocking him to the ground.

A program designed to track domestic cats in the Central Tablelands of NSW shocked their owners after a visual tool (pictured) revealed the cats roaming as far as three kilometres.

The man was treated for a serious wound to his foot following the incident, when he was participating in a firearms safety training course on April 12 at TasTAFE pistol club in Pontville, north of Hobart.

Caltex customers who bought regular unleaded from a Gold Coast station have been urged to contact the company after petrol bowsers were found to be contaminated with diesel.

The Japanese exchange student, 15, had arrived in New Zealand six hours before Phillipe Masei, 46, sexually assaulted her after his wife had gone to a church meeting in July 2014.

The most congested islands on earth

With limited yet coveted space, islands are sometimes the most densely populated places on Earth with destinations such as Hong Kong and Manhattan proving to be startlingly congested. For example, Santa Cruz del Islote (top left) off Colombia has a population density equivalent of about 300,000 people per square mile - far more than bustling Manhattan (bottom left). Similarly, Migingo Island (inset) has a population density of 250,000 per square mile and its burgeoning population only started arriving in 2002. Venice (top right) is tiny but has a population of 270,000, while the old town of Lubeck (bottom right) in Germany has outgrown its island and sprawled into the surrounding areas.

Carlos Wood, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, agreed to let a friend apply the adhesive to each of his earlobes in a prank which left him looking like a cross between Shrek and a pixie.

Woolworths has been cleared of $2.5 million in fines after staff started work early on ANZAC Day.
The NSW Indurstrial Relations has admitted it provided ambiguous advice

The mayor of the troubled Queensland town of Aurukun, Dereck Walpo, has said that full-time security guards should be hired to protect teachers working there after recent violence in the area.

Rare photos show John Lennon dressed as a woman with wife Yoko Ono Sean

The remarkable family photos were taken in 1977 - three years before the Beatles legend was shot dead - at a vintage clothing photography studio in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. They show John Lennon switch costumes with his wife so that he dresses as a woman (left) while Yoko dresses as a severe looking Civil War soldier (left). They also brought their son Sean (right), now 40, into the family shot. The photographer, Sanford Kreger, said in a letter (inset) that when Sean started fidgeting and became impatient during the shoot Lennon turned to him and said just as he likes to play, adults need time for fun and games too.

Brutal violence exploded onto the streets of Aberdeen when a group of men and women clashed outside a graveyard, just yards away from the city's police HQ.

Incredible footage shows a man crossing a river using a bamboo pole while rowing in China. Fang Shuyun, 51, has trained himself to travel across water by using just a bamboo pole.

Jordan Kajewski, 29, was stuck in the chimney of the Carroll Redemption Center in Iowa for nine hours before firefighters broke a hole a pulled him out covered in soot.

How NOT to tackle a roundabout: Reckless driver flies through the air as he hits curb

NEW In a scene reminiscent of Hollywood blockbuster Fast and the Furious, CCTV shows the car tearing down the road, in the town of Braila, Romania, and jumping the roundabout (left) before landing with a crash (right). Local media believe the 22-year-old driver fell asleep at the wheel as he drove towards a junction just outside the area (inset). Miraculously the driver managed to escape injury but was left dazed by his unintentional daredevil stunt.

An octopus was filmed playing tug of war with a robot conducting maintenance underwater, off the Canadian coast in the Pacific Ocean, shot by Connecticut-based ocean exploration team Nautilus.

Fitness guru Chontel Duncan, from Queensland, Australia, went viral with a comparison of her compact bump next to her friend Nat's larger tummy. Now they've recreated the pic with their newborns.

Brookman Martin, 28, from Swansea, south Wales, wore a grey thong as he wiggled into some jogging bottoms - in just 30 seconds. The social services worker is also an aspiring actor.

Hashtag #whereareyoufeedingtoday sees mothers post photos of themselves breastfeeding

First there were 'brelfies' - or breastfeeding selfies - where mothers take photos of themselves feeding their babies and upload them to social media. And now, there's a new viral hashtag doing the rounds on Instagram, which sees mothers upload photos of themselves breastfeeding in funny or slightly unusual places and situations, alongside the caption #whereareyoufeedingtoday. From a wheat harvester cab (top left), to the beach, to a farm (bottom right) and beside a waterfall (bottom left), it's clear that the answer is all over the place!

The 70-year-old pensioner was spotted walking around the Scottish city with a friend as she shopped for a fancy dress outfit. However, it is not known what character she was supposed to be.

Just before 3am on May 12, a Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD was driven through the glass sliding doors at Glen Waverley shopping centre in Melbourne's east.

Police are investigating if a man and woman, both in their 40s, who were found dead at a Queensland campsite at 5pm on Thursday, died from a double drug overdose.

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A team digging at the site of an ancient cemetery, near Llangefni in Anglesey, have unearthed medieval graves (pictured) and artefacts of 'national importance.'

Is this the most Instagrammed coffee ever? Hot drink served in a CONE becomes a online hit

Dayne Levinrad, of The Grind Coffee Company, in South Africa, launched the product and he now claims there have been nearly one million images posted using the #coffeeinacone around the world. The coffee combines ice cream, coffee and chocolate - all Instagram favourites - while topping off with foaming milk in a heart shape. Although it sounds like a recipe for a leaking disaster, Dayne quickly found he couldn't use ordinary cones. He had to be inventive. The answer was to make their own cones and use four layers of chocolate to reinforced them, also adding different percentages of cocoa to each layer of coating inside.

Reece Humphreys, 30, from London, was on a stag do in Poland when he tried to ride the off-road model up a grassy embankment while on a Segway guided tour in the Old Town of Krakow.

A two-year-old child in Weinan, China, had to be helped by firefighters on May 17 after getting his leg stuck in equipment at a playground. It took several hours to free the trapped leg.

World War Two veteran Victor Marston, from Hampshire, had successful surgery on a cancerous tumour on his bowel after he was rushed to hospital with acute stomach pain.

Researchers at the University of Exeter has shown that burying beetles (pictured) evolve different shaped genitals, in response to the males' desire to have more sex than the females.

All-female cast perform NUDE version of Shakespeare's Tempest in Central Park

Members of New York's Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society said they put on the performance to highlight the restrictions that society places on people's bodies. While Prospero and Miranda, who have been exiled on a Caribbean Island for 12 years, start the show fully nude the more civilized characters who are washed ashore start out wearing costumes before discarding them as the show goes on.

T .Park sewage plant in Tuen Muen, Hong Kong, is opening to visitors. Guests can tour the facility to learn how sewage is processed then relax in thermal springs powered by the treatment process.

Lamborghini ride just for you, thanks to video footage from inside the car

A car enthusiast has taken footage of the Sesto Elemento from inside the supercar as it whizzes around Qatar (pictured). Just 20 models were ever made when it went on sale in 2011, with loyal Lamborghini customers the only people to receive an exclusive invite from the company to purchase the vehicle.

A study from the University of California shows you're more likely to be asked on a second date if you have gender-stereotypical genes - for dominance in men, and submissiveness in females.


The manager of the Las Vegas restaurant allegedly told the family that a new bartender was training and mixed up the bottles of alcohol and non-alcoholic root beer.

Video shows cobra snake escapes handler and tries to bite crowd members during show

The audience were watching the impressive but bizarre act (bottom left) at a pit in Phuket, Thailand, when the snake leapt into the crowd (right) and prepared to launch a venomous attack. For a few nerve-shredding seconds it appears that the cobra, which can unleash enough venom to kill 20 people in one bite, was going to find a new victim - but thankfully, its handler came to the rescue (left).

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A touching Facebook video shows the moment a dog called Ron helps to bury his best pal Chocolate, who died after being poisoned.
The images were taken in the sector of Piedra Colgada, in the city of Copiapo, in the north Chilean region of Atacama.
The owner of the two furry friends, Carlos Aguilar, shared the images on his Facebook page. He also described how before chocolate six of his dogs have been poisoned.
The images show how Ron uses his snout to push earth onto the body of Chocolate who is lying lifeless in a dug out grave.
In the video the black dog looks constantly at his dead pal, who died after swallowing poison
Carlos described how Ron-Wailer and Chocolate have been inseparable since a year ago when Ron "rescued him" so he took him home as a pet.
Since then Chocolate, being older had taken it upon himself to protect the younger canine and the pair had been inseparable ever since.
He said: "When a dog is brought up from young

The video shows the moment Ron-Wailer the Rottweiler helps shovel dirt onto the body of his friend Chocolate in the city of Copiapo, Atacama region, Chile.


A team, led by researchers at the University of California, Davis, used gravitational lensing see faint stars which lay behind a distant galaxy, more than 13 billion light years away (pictured).

A schoolgirl has been caught on camera beating up another girl, armed with a knuckleduster, while her friends egg her on. The brutal video was filmed in the Mexican city of General Cepeda.

The Australia Reptile Park has posted adorable footage to social media showing four Tasmanian devil joeys chasing after their keeper in a Throwback Thursday post.

Goodbye, old friend: Heart-breaking moment a dog helps bury his pal after it becomes the

NEW The video shows the moment Ron-Wailer the Rottweiler helps shovel dirt onto the body of his friend Chocolate in the city of Copiapo, Atacama region. Ron and Chocolate's owner Carlos Aguilar claims the dog was poisoned, saying that an unknown local 'pet killer' has poisoned seven of his dogs. Mr Aguilar posted the heartbreaking video on Facebook, which shows how Ron uses his snout to push earth onto the body of Chocolate who is lying lifeless in a dug out grave.


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Video shows thrill-seeker being SICK over himself during terrifying 200ft bungee ride

NEW The rider, known as Farhan, was trying out the extreme G-Max rides (top left) at the Clark Quay fairground, in Singapore, when he felt green around the gills (top right)and was sick all over his shorts and shirt (bottom left). His friends are seen laughing hysterically at misfortune, but he decides to get his own back by wiping his hands on their jeans (bottom right).

Ben Butler, who is accused of beating his daughter to death at this home in Sutton, South London, called Dr Julie Mack as an expert witness today and she gave evidence via video link from the US.


'To me it's one of the dumber statements I've ever heard ... she's so ill-equipped to be the president!' he added to a taunting statement saying: 'Ask Hillary who blew up the plane last night.'

A mother from Redhill, Surrey, was spared jail by Judge Christopher Critchlow (pictured) in what one social worker has dubbed 'one of the worst cases of neglect I have seen in 30 years'.

Ben Doctoroff has been credited for his quick-thinking effort to help save his baby brother Zach's life after the baby choked on a piece of mango while home on Tuesday.



Video shows nature show presenter run when he realises tidal bore is about to drown him

Richard Rasmussen, 36, has been called Brazil's version of Bear Grylls and was out in his native country filming a segment explaining tidal bores waves. Rasmussen can be seen talking to the camera about the phenomenon, and as he turns around to show how amazing a tidal bore can be, it dawns on him that it is about to come down on him. He is forced to flee the mass of water, running away with the wave hot at his heels.


A major beef between two female employees at a McDonald's in Chester, South Carolina, that started over apple pies ended in a fist fight on Wednesday day, police said.

At a time when most couples in their seventies are taking life easy, Ramatu and Alusine are having to bring up 18 of their grandchildren after Ebola wiped out their family in Sierra Leone

Almost a million eager Chinese tourists have visited Shanghai Disneyland's public areas in the past 23 days - despite the fact it doesn't officially open until June 16.

Elements like gold were created when mind-bogglingly dense neutron stars crushed into each other (artist's impression shown), according to research by MIT's Kavli Institute, in Massachusetts.

Have you see our mum? Lost baby owls spotted by Chinese park rangers become internet stars

NEW Three adorable baby owls have melted the hearts of millions on the Chinese internet after they got lost at a Chinese forest park. The tiny birds have been picked up by rangers at Pu'er National Forest Park in the province of Yunnan recently, according to local media. Keepers at the park have adopted the young bird and hope to release them back to nature in three months.