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Couple's last moments together in intensive care after husband's dying wish

Jim Minnini, 58, was in hospital in Kingston, Ontario, with terminal lung cancer when he made a desperate plea to see his wife, Cindy, one more time. read

Murder probe launched as body of woman in her 30s is found in St George's Hill

Paramedics were called to the undisclosed address in the upmarket St George's Hill area of Weybridge, Surrey where they found the body of a woman in her 30s and a man seriously injured. read

McDonald's unveils new bright GREEN and RED buns for Angry Birds film

The chain is selling green and red buns in its China outlets to honour the upcoming Angry Birds film. The Naughty Green Pork Burger comes with egg, lettuce and a mystery jalapeño sauce. read

Calvin Harris rushed to LA hospital after car crash left 'lacerations on his face'

The 32-year-old DJ was reportedly injured after a car, driven by a 16-year-old woman, rammed into his vehicle as he made his way to LAX Airport. read

ISIS jihadis use BOULDERS to crush a prisoner to death in Yemen video

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. In the shocking video, several masked ISIS fighters dressed in matching military fatigues and tactical vests are shown executing three prisoners in cold blood. read

Loose Women's Jamelia's half brother Derek Myers charged with murder in Birmingham

The half-brother of Loose Women presenter and former pop star Jamelia has been charged with a murder in the West Midlands. Tafarwa Beckford, 33, is accused of killing Derek Myers, 25. read

EgyptAir flight MS804 crash pictures emerge as black box is found

The first pictures of the mangled wreckage from the EgyptAir flight 804 has emerged as investigators confirm smoke was detected in multiple places moments before the plane plummeted into the sea. read

Was EgyptAir MS804 plane crash planned by Paris attacks' jihadis?

The ISIS jihadis behind the Paris attacks stopped off at Charles De Gaulle airport just hours before carrying out their deadly massacre last November. Police are investigating if terror group planned EgyptAir crash. read

EgyptAir flight MS804 crash sees three children under six orphaned

One boy and two girls were left heartbroken when their father and mother - who had just successfully beaten cancer in Paris - didn't make it back to Cairo International Airport. read

EgyptAir victim only managed to board Flight MS804 after 3-day hunt for his passport

Frenchman Pascal Hess, 51, almost cancelled his ticket for EgyptAir Flight MS804 after losing his passport. But after a desperate hunt it was found lying in the street of his hometown of Evreux. read

British husband killed in Egyptair disaster was warned to be careful by his wife

Geologist Richard Osman, 40, who died when the EgyptAir jet crashed in the Mediterranean, shrugged off the fears of wife Aureilie, 36, by saying: 'It is never going to happen to me.' read

EgyptAir MS804 flight victim's grandmother collapses at her memorial service

Concerned friends and relatives rushed to Anna Yara’s aid as she sat wailing on a pew in a church in Cairo, during the funeral of her ‘perfect’ granddaughter Yara Hani Tawfik. read

Tinder style app Mush launched by mother who struggled to talk to new people

Sarah Hesz, 34, felt 'lonely' after giving birth to her second child Leo and decided to create a revolutionary app with her friend Katie Massie-Taylor, 33, to make it easier for mothers to meet people. read

FA Cup Final national anthem suffers mishap as X Factor singer Karen Harding misses cue

The 24-year-old - whose most famous song is ironically called 'Say Something' - stared sheepishly at the camera waiting for her cue to start, only to realise the error of her ways. read

North East Surrey college principal awarded husband's company £180k in contracts in secret

Sunaina Mann (pictured), Further Education Principle and CEO of North East Surrey College of Technology (Nescot), and her husband made £775,000 from Nescot over the past two years. read

Chinese tutor ‘caught on camera having sex in a classroom in broad daylight’

The X-rated clip of a college professor with the naked female allegedly took place at Changzhou University in China and was seemingly taken on a mobile phone through the window. read

Demi Rose Mawby went from a middle class home in Sutton Coldfield to dating Tyga

Demi Rose Mawby (pictured) loved to cook and play with her cat Raggles and her big white Samoyed dog Leo, at her parents' £300,000 home in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. read

The English Rose sweeping Tyga off his feet

Demi Rose, 21, who grew up in Sutton Coldfield, near Birmingham, has become the talk of Cannes after being pictured with rapper Tyga just a week after he split with ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner. read

Leonardo DiCaprio takes a private jet to attend the Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball in New York

The actor, 41, was spotted this week in Cannes (pictured), where the Film Festival is underway. But he left the French Riviera for a brief trip to New York City Wednesday (inset) before flying back. read

Man in Moscow forced to pick up a stash of SEX TOYS after spilling his load

The driver hastily shoved the dozens of colourful rubber toys back in their cardboard box after they spilled out of the car when he accelerated at a green traffic light on Tsvetnoy Boulevard. read

Paul Gascoigne had convicted drug dealer buy him gin HOURS before being rushed to hospital

Convicted drug dealer Justin Wallage, 42, who was jailed in 2003 for nearly four years for being part of a drug gang, gave Gascoigne the gin after he was refused service at a Tesco in Poole, Dorset. read

Kate Middleton goes casual in a jumper, jeans and trainers

Pictures show Kate Middleton (pictured) dressed down in a black woven jumper, jeans and trainers - her third outfit on what was a busy day in Portsmouth for the 34-year-old. read

Hillsborough survivor tracks down hero who saved his life after seeing him on TV

John McMahon has been revealed as the mystery man who saved Joe Smith's life during the Hillsborough disaster after the latter successfully tracked him down through a Facebook campaign. read

Leicestershire bystander films two armed robbers fleeing from Nationwide

An onlooker captured the footage on their phone as the criminals ran out of a branch of Nationwide in Wigston, Leicestershire, and sped away in a grey Ford car. read

Doctor hacked to death by machete in suspected Islamist attack in Bangladesh 

Machete-wielding assailants hacked to death a village doctor and wounded a university teacher in western Bangladesh. read

Eurostar sale slump as travellers remain cautious after Brussels attacks

The high-speed rail operator said passenger numbers slipped three per cent to 2.2million in the first three months of the year, but it has seen a surge in ticket sales ahead of Euro 2016. read

Republic of Ireland's James McClean marries long-term girlfriend Erin Connor

The 27-year-old footballer tied the knot with his long term partner Erin Connor at St Columb's Church in Derry, Northern Ireland. He has sparked controversy by refusing to wear the poppy. read

The four most widespread credit report misunderstandings

The survey by the consumer group Which? found 53 per cent had never contacted a credit rating agency - such as Experian, Callcredit and Equifax - to check their report. read

The AA warns surging oil prices will push petrol above 110p a litre

Any hopes of petrol prices stabilising after two and a half months of rises have been all but quashed by a new report predicting that oil will soon reach $50 a barrel. read

Star Wars 8 leak appears to reveal new name for upcoming Episode VIII

The brief 37-second clip, features an illuminated screen with a poster bearing the title Fall Of The Resistance. It was seemingly taken on a mobile phone at a Star Wars Celebration event. read

Earliest colouring books are to be reprinted to cash in on the current boom

Albion's Glorious Ile was a colouring in book first published in the 17th century and is a series of maps decorated with mythical creatures such as fairies, based on a poem by Michael Drayton. read

Gordon Ramsay joins The Stig as filming for new Top Gear series continues

Ramsay swapped his chef whites for a crash helmet as he put his driving prowess to the test around the Top Gear track in Surrey, although it is not known if his lap was as quick as his temper. read

Chris Evans 'launched rant at Top Gear audience because they didn't laugh enough'

Top Gear presenter Chris Evans allegedly swore at audience members because they didn't laugh at his jokes while he recorded the hit motor show at the Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey. read

BBC stars milking millions from your TV licence (including Top Gear's Chris Evans) 

We’ve compiled the details of the most jaw-dropping Beeb salaries and, as you’ll see, it’s little wonder that the BBC is known as the Big Bucks Corporation. Who are the celebrities milking millions? read

BBC's highest paid actors WILL be able to keep salaries secret if they aren't full time

Some of the BBC's highest paid actors will avoid having to disclose their salaries even if they breach the £450,000 limit laid out in ministers' rules last week - because they are not 'full-time' staff. read

Sir Elton John compares husband David Furnish to John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono

Sir Elton John calls his husband Dave Furnish 'Yoko' because he is so unpopular, the singer has revealed. He said the nickname was a reference to John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono. read

The Chase contestant sparks Twitter fury after sacrificing £3k of the prize fund 

TV quiz show The Chase has once again provoked Twitter users into a frenzy, after an unwitting student sacrificed a chunk of the team's prize fund to give herself a fighting chance against the Chaser. read

University of East Anglia ban throwing motarboards at graduation over safety concerns

The University of East Anglia recently banned mortarboard throwing in graduation photos. A probe into its recent history reveals the 'draconian left-wing' student union has forbidden far more. read

ANNE ROBINSON insists startling picture taken of her this week was unfair

The 71-year-old presenter was pictured looking puffy leaving the London salon at 8am on Monday. Just 12 hours later, she was photographed looking entirely different at the V&A in London. read

Amal Clooney's Cannes Film Festival appearance slammed by Jan Moir

At the Cannes film festival, Amal Clooney broke the golden rule of red carpet etiquette. She stole the thunder and grabbed the limelight from under the noses of the real Hollywood stars. read

PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Why wives of cheating men often end up far HAPPIER 

My heart goes out to the two wives whose marriages have collapsed after their Scottish MP husbands both had affairs with political scribe Serena Cowdy, writes AMANDA PLATELL. read

Channel 4's Secret Life of the Human Pups sheds light on men who dress as dogs

A Channel 4 documentary reveals the strange world of pet play, where grown men dress up as dogs. Around 10,000 people follow the pet play craze in the UK and there is even a Mr Puppy UK. read

Andrew and 'a £4 million kickback': Duke brokered £385m deal for Greek firm and corrupt regime while acting as British trade envoy

Prince Andrew was allegedly in line for £4million in commission from a murky deal in corrupt Kazakhstan – while also working as a special trade envoy for Britain. read

Why is one of Britain's cleverest comedians spilling his family's darkest sexual secrets on stage? David Baddiel lays bare every twist and turn of his mother's sex life  

One story the comic has never fully told is that of his own family life - which involves the infidelity, pornography and sexual obsession surrounding his parents (pictured, David and his mother Sarah). read

AirTransat passenger horrified as escaped tarantula crawled up her leg during flight

The passengers on a flight from the Dominican Republic to Canada were sent into a panic after it emerged the plane had two very odd stowaways: a pair of giant tarantulas. read

Karate obsessed schoolboy who weighs just four stone is branded OVERWEIGHT

Sports-mad Ethan-James Blake was judged to be above his weight and height for his age, as part of a Government scheme, when a team from Trafford Council visited his school in Cheshire. read

Hibernian fans battle on the Hampden Park pitch with their Rangers rivals

Thousands of Hibs fans streamed on to the pitch at the final whistle and fighting broke out as Rangers fans followed suit. Police horses were eventually brought on to restore order. read

Tom Conti hits back after Labour councillor uses N-word in London supermarket row

Shirley Valentine star Tom Conti (pictured), who lives in a £17.5million who lives in Hampstead, has become embroiled in a row with Camden councillor Theo Blackwell, who called him a luvvie. read

Man charged over car Sainbury's park stabbings at

A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after four women were stabbed in a supermarket car park in Hampton, south west London. Ethem Orhon, 66, was remanded in custody. read

Squatter 'stole' a pensioner's three-bedroom house with the blessing of the law cost YOU £250,000 

Keith Best, 51, lives in a spacious, three-bedroom semi in East London - after simply walking in off the street and claiming squatter's rights when Colin Curtis moved out of his late mother's house. read

Iraqi-born Rekawt Kayani which 'smuggled hundreds of migrants into Britain' arrested

Iraqi-born Rekawt Kayani, 34, the suspected head of an international people-smuggling ring, was apprehended at his home in Derby on Wednesday morning. read

Fiat heir Lapo Elkann holidays in Ibiza after Uma Thurman amfAR kiss

The 38-year-old Italian entrepreneur appeared to have brushed off the drama as he jetted off to Ibiza with a stunning brunette on his arm the following day. read

San Francisco FOG vodka costs $125 and uses fog catchers

A California distillery called Hangar 1 is behind the unusual alcoholic beverage. It says the vodka has 'elegant hints of pear, citrus, and honeysuckle.' read

Rural communities with thriving High Streets are attracting homebuyers

The villages that attract most people are larger ones which generally have avoided the likes of Post Office and pub closures that have hit many rural areas in recent years. read

Public call for injunction star to be identified despite Supreme Court ban

A MailOnline survey showed that 18 per cent of randomly chosen passers-by in London said they knew the name of the star, who must remain anonymous thanks to a privacy injunction. read

Luvvies who signed anti-Brexit letter were in films that raked in £3 in subsidies.

Top British actors who signed a 'luvvie letter' urging voters to reject Brexit starred in hit movies backed by £3million from Brussels, it was revealed today. read

Brexit would cause house prices to fall by 18% in 2 years claims George Osborne

Britain's overheated housing market could stall or even go into reverse if the UK votes to leave the EU, Chancellor George Osborne claimed last night. read

Germany stops dozens of migrants stowing away from Cuxhaven to Britain

German police in the northern port city of Cuxhaven have caught a significant number of migrants, all young men, as they attempted to stow away on freighters heading for the UK. read

Martin Lewis attacks pro-EU campaign on Twitter for featuring quote and picture on a leaflet

Martin Lewis (pictured with his wife), who is one of the most trusted voices in the EU referendum, vented his frustration this morning - saying: 'I wasn't aware I'd been used in the Stronger In Europe leaflet.' read

Nigel Farage boasts about drinks cabinet as he kicks-off UK wide tour on purple bus

With barely a month to go until Britain votes on whether to stay in the EU, Nigel Farage (pictured on his open-topped double decker bus today) pledged to 'make June 23rd Independence Day'. read

FIVE MILLION migrants from the EU could come to the UK by 2030

Justice Secretary Michael Gove said a migrant influx equivalent to the population of Scotland over the next 15 years would put 'unsustainable' pressure on the NHS. read

The REAL story of Donald Trump's mother who climbed from penniless Scottish immigrant

Less than ninety years ago, Mary Anne Trump née Macleod arrived in New York from the desolate Scottish Isle of Lewis, with just $50 to her name, to pursue work as a 'domestic' read

PETER OBORNE: I fear this could be one of the greatest scandals of recent times  

Almost 25 years ago, the body of the newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell was found in the Atlantic ocean. Many are comparing his financial scandal with the recent collapse of BHS. read

South Korea launches world's first hangover fighting ice cream

A South Korean convenience store has released the world's first ice cream marketed to combat the after effects of drinking with ancient remedy ingredients. read

Boyfriend offers FREE 5-month Caribbean holiday to anyone who can heal his bedbound

Jeremie Tronet, 29, a kitesurfing pioneer who runs a pro centre on Union Island in the heart of the Grenadines, is determined to help Zoe Schaffer-Jennett recover. read

Massive cruise liners 'each spew out as much sulphurous emissions gas per day as 376 MILLION cars'

Royal Caribbean, who own the world's largest cruise ship, said at full power its 16-cylinder Wartsila engines will burn 1,147 gallons gallons of fuel an hour - about 80,000 per day. read

Mister Ed's Alan Young deag at 96

Actor-comedian Alan Young, who played the amiable straight man to a talking horse in the 1960s sitcom "Mister Ed," has died at age 96. read

Light Dragoons 300th anniversary celebration sees soldier collapse during parade

The cavalry regiment of the British Army were celebrating the milestone at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire and were marching alongside horses and tanks when the soldier fainted. read

NATO chief Sir Richard Shirreff's new book War With Russia present's post-apocalyptic world

British General Sir Richard Shirreff, Nato's Deputy Supreme Allied Commander for Europe until 2014, criticised the Government's military spending and outlined an apocalyptic vision. read

Australian woman and a Dutch man die of altitude sickness on Mount Everest 

An Australian climber was on her way down from Camp 4 to Camp 3 on Mount Everest when she fell ill and died on Saturday afternoon. She is believed to be in her mid-thirties. read

Rare vintage diesel train worth £100k destroyed in Swindon arson attack

A rare diesel train has been destroyed following an arson attack at the Swindon and Cricklade Railway in Wiltshire. Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue said it is investigating the cause. read

Union chief Cathy Warwick says 'Abortion is part of the job'

Under-fire chief of the midwives' union, Cathy Warwick, claims she does not regret her decision to sign up members to scrap abortion limits, in a defiant interview. read

DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR shares his view on abortion laws

Royal College of Midwives chief Cathy Warwick breezily committed all midwives to joining a tiny handful of countries where abortion is legal on demand until birth, writes DR MAX PEMBERTON. read

Woman reveals horror of discovering boyfriend's past molestation findings

Kristina said her family was ripped apart after Child Protective Services revealed hours after her son's birth that her boyfriend Jayson, the child's father, has been accused of molestation. read

Friends who saw David Ginola suffer a heart attack say they thought he was joking

Joy Pinquier, 23, who claims she is the star's daughter from an alleged affair, which ended in 1992 when he played for Paris St Germain, was left in tears after Ginola refused to see her. read

CCTV footage shows Manchester gunman open fire at Social Services building

A newly released CCTV video has caught two men defacing the door of the Harpurhey District Office in Manchester on 25 April. Further footage shows the hooded men walk away past a petrol station. read

Michael Stone's sister says Levi Bellfield killed Lin and Megan Russell in 1996

Michael Stone was jailed for life in 1998 after being convicted of murdering the mother and daughter in Chillenden, Kent. read

Lawyers hounding British troops with compensation claims 'paid Basra agent £75k to find victims'

Abu Jamal, was allegedly given £25,000 in 2008 and £50,000 in 2009 for handing clients over to Leigh Day in a practice that is banned. Firm boss Martyn Day (pictured) approved the referral fees. read

Blind mother kicked out of Foot Locker because 'guide dogs aren't allowed'

Blind mother-of-three Angela Armin, 45, was thrown out of a Foot Locker store in Romford, Essex, when a staff member told her she had to leave because she was with her guide dog. read

Hotel rooms targeted as tourists admit stealing towels, batteries and even TVs

Fourteen per cent of British adults polled in a recent survey said they had been caught in the act, while a handful admitted to stealing a TV or music player 'to get their money's worth' from their stay. read

Labour candidate Rosena Allin-Khan claims she wasn't swimwear model despite photos

Labour’s candidate in the upcoming Tooting by-election Rosena Allin-Khan was keen to downplay her glamorous past as a swimwear model, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE. read

Cruise ship amenities to keep passengers entertained from snow grotto to water slides

These days, passengers can spend time in a lounge with robotic bartenders or a spa room with artificial snowflakes, and still fail to take advantage of everything on board. read

Queen's Speech also announced plans to share your private data across Whitehall

Personal information on the lives of every person in Britain could be passed around government departments under new powers that were announced during the Queen's Speech. read

Pensioner drives the WRONG way down A12 dual carriageway causing chaos

The pensioner narrowly avoided being seriously injured as she hurtled recklessly down the A12 motorway towards London on Thursday while drivers beeped their horns in disbelief. read

Kyoto University study finds men who are attracted to married women are wired differently

Kyoto University experts showed 40 men pictures of 150 women and asked which they would most like to have a relationship with. Crucially, they were told some were attached and others single. read

OECD to analyse pupils' attitudes towards 'cultural diversity' in new global regualations

Fifteen-year-olds will be asked about their understanding of global issues such as migration alongside separate tests in reading, maths and science. read

Kelly’s of Cornwall's ice-cream commercial is the world’s first TV advert in Celtic

The advert features a stall-seller advertise his latest produce in a field of cows. Family-run Bodmin-based business Kelly’s of Cornwall has posted the footage on their YouTube channel. read

DPD's satellite technology tells drivers when customers have left home 

The app from parcel firm DPD (pictured) uses satellites to tell drivers when customers are out and can alert them when they return. Users are encouraged to enter details about their routine. read

The Neon Demon with murder, cannibalism and lesbian NECROPHILIA debuts at Cannes

The Neon Demon, starring Elle Fanning, pictured, was openly booed for its graphic scenes and violence scenes, after receiving its premiere screening at the Cannes Film Festival. read

Croydon headmistress called police on egg-throwing students on 'muck-up day'

Kerry Targett (pictured) was shocked that the Year 11 students' celebrations got out of hand at St Andrew's High School in Croydon, south London. read

Zika virus strain spreads to Africa, says World Health Organisation

The WHO agency announced today the Zika virus strain circulating in Cape Verde had been shown to be the same as the one behind an explosion of cases in the Americas. read

Real Housewives of New York's Carole Radziwill's boyfriend injured in plane crash

Carole Radziwill's boyfriend Adam Kenworthy, 30, was released from the hospital a few hours after the crash. His father David, 65, suffered serious injuries and remains hospitalized. read

Prague named cheapest destination in Europe for drinks

Visitors to the Czech capital, a popular destination for stag parties, pay an average bar bill of £29, while those in 10th-ranked London are charged more than double that amount (£60.70). read

EastEnders fans react to graphic scenes of Bobby Beale bludgeoning Jane with hockey stick

He's famed for his violent and unpredictable nature. But Bobby's latest outburst left viewers wondering if they had tuned into the right programme as his gruesome murder attempt was aired at 8PM. read

Secret Service shoot armed man outside the White House and leave him in critical condition

The armed man was shot by Secret Service officers one block west of the White House, leaving him in a critical condition. read

Chelsea Manning officially appeals 35-year prison sentence for Wikileaks link

Chelsea Manning, the ex-US-soldier who gave thousands of secret army documents to the website WikiLeaks in 2013, is now appealing her 35-year prison sentence.  read

Tesco Bank's Benny Higgins spent £18k on taxis in 8 months as 5k jobs were cut

The boss of Tesco Bank, Benny Higgins (pictured), claimed lavish London trips on his expenses. He racked up the sum going to the opera, restaurants, five-star hotels and on trips to the airport. read

Back pain sufferers should forget pills, ditch flat shoes and switch their pillow

London-based physiotherapist Laura Harman gives her top seven tips for getting rid of back pain, including which exercises to do to activate your core. read

'I have a very, very big bat': Female journalist claims cricket star Chris Gayle made lewd comments to her and wanted to know if she'd ever had a threesome

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has reportedly made sexually charged comments to another female journalist, just months after his infamous 'don't blush' interview with Mel McLauglin. read

Buckingham Palace intruder is a convicted murderer

Denis Hennessy, of Wembley, north-west London (pictured), walked around the gardens for around 10 minutes towards the Palace, where the Queen was in residence read

Texas University researchers suggest you are better of with 'best available' partner

The University of Texas found that people tend to compare their partner to others in the dating pool and are dissatisfied in their relationship -- even if they fit their ideal preferences of a perfect match. read

Edith Cowan University says turmeric 'blocks rogue proteins that trigger Alzheimer's disease'

Scientists at the Edith Cowan University in Australia found curcumin, a chemical in the spice, blocks the formation of amyloid plaques, which are the most common hallmark of the disease. read

Cupboards that conceal and bureaus with bullets: Furniture that hides guns is the latest trend among those who own firearms 

Concealment furniture is a growing trend in the U.S. as gun sales increase. NJ Concealment Furniture owner Dan Ingram has created a wide array of furniture that can discretely and safely hide a firearms. read

Unexploded World War One bomb is found in a back garden and detonated in a park

A bomb disposal team dug a hole for the ancient device at Walton and Clubmoor Recreation Ground in Merseyside and covered it with sandbags before the dramatic explosion. read

Leigh Ann Sebine killed her husband and hid body in attic for 18 years

Ann Sabine, from Beddau in Wales, who once dreamed of being a cabaret singer, claimed she would one day be as well known as her heroine, Greta Garbo — albeit for more sinister reasons. read

Warwickshire mother crushed to death after pushing daughter away from car transporter

A brave mother who was walking her children to school has died in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, after she leapt into a road to save her daughter from being ploughed down by a truck. read

Northumberland paedophile posts sick Facebook selfie after admitting sexual activity

Wayne Axel Rose Mavin (pictured), 24, from Blyth in Northumberland, posted the offensive photograph after pleading guilty to grooming the young girl. He was jailed for four years. read

Google teams up with IMAX to create ultra-high resolution VR screens and cameras 

Google and IMAX are developing a virtual reality camera in collaboration. This will enable filmmakers and content creators to deliver 3D 360-degree content to audiences worldwide. read

How humans are helping falcons, hawks, owls and condors get into the wild

These astonishing images show the amazing work being done at the International Centre for Birds of Prey in England. The centre, in Newent, Gloucestershire, was set up in 1967. read

Video of moment dog helps bury his pal after it's poisoned by animal killer in Chile

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. read

Missing Cambridge University student Matthew Campsie last seen leaving college yesterday

Matthew Campsie, 21, from Scotland, was last seen leaving Cambridge University's Fitzwilliam College in Storey's Way at 7.30am yesterday and there are growing concerns for his welfare. read

Stars more than 13 BILLION light-years from Earth could reveal how the universe emerged

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). read

Policeman, 37, who shared porn with his colleagues and told a senior female officer she looked like one of the models is sacked

PC Mark Scruby, who served with Sussex Police for 14 years, was sacked after a gross misconduct hearing at the county's constabulary headquarters in Lewes. read

MailOnline Travel sets sail on the world’s biggest cruise ship Harmony of the Seas

Three thousand lucky souls have boarded the world's biggest cruise ship on its pre-inaugural cruise up the English Channel - and MailOnline Travel is among them. read

ISIS recruit Naseer Taj who planned to go to Syria jailed while escaping UK

Naseer Taj, 26, (pictured) who planned to travel to Syria to join ISIS and live with a 'jihadi bride' instead of his British wife and children was jailed for eight years and three months at the Old Bailey. read

Trained Afghan bomb-maker to be freed from Guantanamo after 15 years

The 37-year-old, known only as Obaidullah, was arrested in the village of Khowst, Afghanistan, in 2002 after being found with 23 landmines and has been in detention without trial ever since. read

Eagles Of Death Metal show cancelled by French music festivals following ISIS comments

The French music festivals cancelled performances by the band, which was onstage during the Bataclan massacre in Paris, after frontman Jesse Hughes blamed a Muslim 'conspiracy'. read

Scandal of fly-tipping blighting Britain - how dumped domestic rubbish is a growing problem on our country's streets 

Domestic rubbish, household appliances and builders’ waste are increasingly being dumped on residential streets or in previously idyllic beauty spots - from London to Hertfordshire. read

Aristocrat angered locals by putting an Lake District mountain on sale for £1.25m

Lord Hugh Lowther, the eight Earl of Lonsdale, wanted to sell the 3,000ft Blencathra mountain in a bid to pay off a £9million inheritance bill but has now taken the peak off the market. read

Mechanic job offering £25k-a-year on planet's most remote inhabited island Tristan da Cunha

The garage in question is on the UK overseas territory of Tristan da Cunha, a windswept seven mile-wide volcanic island marooned halfway between South Africa and South America. read

Turtle receives first ever custom-made 3D prosthetic covering to replace its armour

Freddy was found in a bad way by vets in Brazil with his shell completely destroyed, things were looking bleak for the reptile but thankfully a group of superhero surgeons came to his aid. read

Facebook video of drunken funfair reveller swallowing live goldfish ordered to pay £750

Alexander Mackey, 24, an engineer from Plymouth, Devon, said he had drunk seven cans of lager before he was videoed downing the fish, which his friend had won in a funfair game, in one gulp. read

China's Pu'er National Forest Park rangers find lost baby owls

Three adorable baby owls have melted the hearts of millions on the Chinese internet after they got lost at Pu'er National Forest Park in Chinese Yunnan Province. Keepers have adopted the young birds. read

Drone footage shows white-sided dolphins swimming near Japan

A 30-strong pod of dolphins has been filmed swimming off the western coast of Japan. The footage of the white-sided dolphins was captured near the city of Joetsu on the island of Hokkaido. read

Australian Ballet dancer mixing ballet with bringing up a baby

Thanks to a groundbreaking policy at the Australian Ballet which allows a dancer to return to the stage after giving birth, Amy Harris can now juggle performing and her 18-month-old daughter. read

Bears rear on their hind legs to perform a back-scratching dance against a tree

The black bears seem visibly delighted as they return to the same tree in Washington, U.S, over several months, rubbing themselves against the trunk to relive a particularly pesky itch. read

Hilarious Facebook video of mom laughing uncontrollably with Chewbacca mask on

Candace Payne of Texas took to Facebook Live on to stream a video of herself trying on a Star Wars The Force Awakens Chewbacca Electronic Mask that growls like the film franchise's character. read

Australian vet working films adorable bush baby in her pocket in South Africa

The bite-sized bush baby pops out from Australian vet Laura Ellison’s pocket in South Africa peers confusedly around, as if having just been roused from a long sleep. read

Adorable cat video posted on Facebook of a whole litter lying on top of their mother 

In the cute video the mother is overloaded with affection from her young. Kittens pile on top of her and suckle from her teats. The delightful video was posted on Facebook by Garden of Delight. read

First-timer is forced to think again after touring the Caribbean high seas in style

MailOnline Travel's Sadie Whitelocks and her mother embarked on their first cruising holiday aboard Thomson Dream for an exotic jaunt around Jamaica, Mexico, Cuba and the Cayman Islands. read

Expect all your needs catered for at the Langham Chicago

MailOnline Travel's Khaleda Rahman visited the Langham Chicago and discovered exactly why TripAdvisor's users rave about it. read

Hilarious video shows father sing A-Ha's 80s classic Take On Me

Matt Silverman, of New York, gave a funky rendition of the catchy 1985 pop tune while his daughter Amelia danced and sang along in the heart-warming video. read