Mo Farah wins 10km final at Rio Olympics

Mo Farah has won gold in the 10,000m, despite being tripped up by his training partner earlier in the race. Farah made history as he charged past his rivals and retained the title he won in London four years ago. The 33-year-old British hero stumbled and fell earlier in the race after colliding with American runner Galen Rupp, 30, but rolled over and re-joined the race in Rio. Farah will also compete in the 5,000m - which he also won in 2012 - later this week.

Princess Eugenie 'will wed long-term boyfriend James Brookbank' in 2017

The 26-year-old royal has been in a relationship with nightclub boss Brooksbank, 29, for the past six years but the Duchess of York has said engagement rumours are 'not true'. It comes just weeks after Eugenie's elder sister Beatrice split with her long-term partner Dave Clark after ten years together.

All real food is pretty super. It is variety in your diet that will maximise the potential benefits of what you eat, and keep you as healthy as possible, writes nutritional therapist JACKIE LYNCH.

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Peter Sutcliffe could be questioned over the horrific unsolved attacks with detectives using DNA evidence in their investigation.

Netflix hit Making A Murderer, the story of Steven Avery's conviction for killing photographer for killing photographer Teresa Halbach in Wisconsin, US, could lead to him getting a retrial.

Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoy luxury hotel breaks thanks to royal connections

Last week saw the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy yet another low-cost holiday, this time a ten-day break at a charming 16th Century chateau in the South of France, courtesy of communications tycoon Michael Green. It appears to be the latest in a string of freebies provided by a willing and very wealthy network of friends and acquaintances in Switzerland, Barbados, Mustique and other desirable locations around the globe. Among those who have opened their doors are the owners of the Jigsaw fashion chain, a hedge fund millionaire, fellow Royals and the late Duke of Westminster. The Cambridges are hardly short of money. Prince William has a personal fortune estimated at around £20 million. But as royal author and editor of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward says: 'The fact is, people are bending over backwards to host the Cambridges.'

Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain has revealed she has suffered so much verbal and physical racist abuse over the years that it has 'become a part of her life'.

The tour in the autumn will be Princess Charlotte's first official overseas visit after it was said that her parents missed her and her brother Prince George immensely while in India earlier this year.

London's Metropolitan Police is spending £1.7million setting up a squad to monitor social media for abusive behaviour and track down the trolls responsible.

Imam, Maulama Akonjee, 55, and his assistant, Thara Uddin, 64, were shot dead by a gunman in broad daylight as they walked from a mosque in Queens. Both men were shot in the head.

Gary Lineker presents Match of the Day in his underwear after Leicester City bet

He didn't allude to the costume choice on the BBC 1 show tonight other than to say 'nothing much had really changed.' Pundits and former England strikers Alan Shearer and Ian Wright could be seen giggling away as Lineker read out his introduction to the programme's first game after the Premier League got underway today. Some on Twitter have criticised Lineker, 55, for opting for the large boxers, which featured a Leicester City logo, instead of the expected pair of skimpy briefs. The show's first game was Hull City against Lineker's team Leicester.

Sceptics plan to launch at least two cross-party groups to pressure the Prime Minister into announcing a strict timetable for leaving the European Union.

Walk into Downing Street at the moment and the place is buzzing. All is energy and activity, writes DAN HODGES. The logjam created by the EU referendum has finally been broken.

Michael Foster (pictured), who gave Labour £400,000 at the last Election, described the team around the leader as his Sturmabteilung - the full name for the Nazi regime's stormtroopers.

MICHAEL FOSTER: Something is rotten. You are either with them, or you are labelled as being against them and so excluded, briefed against, often threatened and intimidated.

Johnny Depp filmed going berserk at Amber Heard in vicious argument

Amber Heard recorded her husband Johnny Depp allegedly throwing a wine glass and bottle at her. The actress, 30, has since denied leaking the video - seemingly taken on her phone in their kitchen without Depp's, 53, knowledge - to news website TMZ. The domestic incident between the married couple - who are currently locked in an ugly divorce battle - is said to have occurred before May 21, 2016 when Depp is accused of giving his wife a black eye by throwing an iPhone at her head.

Labour MP Frank Field was branded irresponsible after claiming it was 'fine' for radicalised British adults to join Islamic State in Syria - because if they were killed, it would boost security.

Leaked emails have revealed the full extent of the civil war going on behind the scenes in UKIP following Nigel Farage's resignation as party leader last month.

MPs in Westminster are being offered free lessons in Krav Maga so that they can protect themselves against terrorists and political extremists. It comes after the killing of Labour MP Jo Cox.

Anthea Turner's firm received bills in her name for work which Grant Bovey had done 

In documents seen by The Mail On Sunday, (inset, top and bottom) false bills were submitted to Ms Turner's London-based media group in her name for her 'consultancy services'. However, the work was actually carried out by her husband at the time, Mr Bovey, (right) who failed to include these earnings in tax returns, and did not pay either income tax or VAT on them. Ms Turner, (left) 56, who divorced Mr Bovey last year after she discovered he was cheating on her with a woman 26 years his junior, did not declare the payments to HMRC either.

British universities are offering undergraduates up to £700 to 'recruit' their friends to degree courses in a ploy education campaigners are calling 'a cynical and self-interested racket.'

Hospitals overflowing, with patients abandoned in corridors. Accident and Emergency rooms threatened with overnight closure. And it just keeps getting worse. It is clear the NHS is in a crisis.

Here's why the quarrel about grammar schools never ends: it is not really about schools, but about what sort of country this should be, writes PETER HITCHENS.

A man who referred to Baroness Scotland as one of his 'dear friends' obtained a knighthood from a small island nation in the Caribbean which he has promised donations.

Team GB's Becky James kisses George North as she celebrates Olympic silver medal

This is the moment (left) no one in the velodrome knew where to look as Team GB's silver medallist Becky James (pictured) goes in for a passionate kiss with her rugby star boyfriend George North. The 24-year-old cyclist claimed silver in the women's keirin final at the Rio Olympics today. After the race she was pictured running over to Welsh international North, also 24, before they shared a tender embrace, including a racy kiss.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson's rivalry with fellow British poster girl Jessica Ennis-Hill has been one of the big stories of the Games so far, but little has been heard about her father.

Long jumper Darya Klishina was suspended after new evidence emerged in relation to the World Anti-Doping Agency's report on doping in Russian athletics, a source said.

Not-so-super Saturday! Jess Ennis-Hill has to settle for silver as her Belgian rival pips

Jessica-Ennis has failed to defend her heptathlon title and was forced to settle for silver after losing out to her Belgian rival. She was pipped to gold by Nafissatou Thiam despite beating her in the 800m by around eight seconds. Heartbroken Ennis-Hill was second in the standings going into the final round after a strong - but not as strong as Thiam - performance in the javelin earlier in the night. The British hero of 2012 knew she had to beat Thiam in the 800m by 9.47 seconds - which was the exact difference between their personal bests before the race.

The Jamaican jogged to a time of 10.07 seconds to win Heat 7 at the Joao Havelange Stadium in Rio today. There were huge roars around the Olympic arena as he breezed his way past the rest.

Team GB's women cyclists leave hilarious note for men as the celebrate winning gold

Team GB's female cyclists left this hilarious note (left) for the gold-winning boys (right) and pinned it to their bedroom door telling them: 'This is not your room so please don't try and get in.' The girls wrote: 'To the team pursuit men, CONGRATULATIONS! As we're guessing you're probably going to be drunk by the time you read this. And a few of you have already come into our room accidentally - just a friendly reminder that THIS IS NOT YOUR ROOM.
'So please don't try and get in a 4am.' Gold medal winner Owain Doull posted it on Twitter.

Rio Olympic chiefs will drain diving pool as it continues to turn green

Workers last night began draining Rio's Olympic 'murky green' diving pool in a last ditch attempt to turn it back to blue (left). Officials had earlier admitted everything they had tried to fix the colouring of the water since it suddenly turned bright green (right and inset) earlier in the week had failed. Mario Andrade, spokesman for Rio's organising committee, said they had decided to go for a more 'radical measure'. It is still not known exactly why the water turned green, although officials have repeatedly reassured divers there is no risk to their health.

The first US Olympian to wear a hijab during competition, fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, has won a bronze medal along with her teammates in the women's team sabre event in Rio.

BBC's Olympics swiming presenter Helen Skelton is back in her day job

But now vivacious TV star Helen Skelton (pictured right) is back in more familiar attire - wrapped from head to toe in sturdy outdoor clothing for a bracing hike across the Pennine Way in the Peak District as she returns to Countryfile. The 33-year-old is joined by Prince Edward (right) for an episode of the show being broadcast this evening to mark the 60th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. It comes just days after Ms Skelton caused a stir with her risque fashion choices when she presented swimming events at the Olympics (left), receiving both praise and criticism on Twitter.

Nadezhda Bazhina produced a horrendous dive (pictured) during the 3m springboard event in Rio, losing her footing as she sprang from the board and smacking back-first into the pool.

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NHS perks handed out to health bosses who now have million-pound pension pots

Hundreds of NHS managers have amassed million-pound pension pots while presiding over the worst financial crisis in the history of the health service, a Mail on Sunday investigation has uncovered. As British patients face crippling delays for treatment, A&E; closures and overcrowded wards, bureaucrats have quietly been building up huge taxpayer-funded pensions. They will be handed tax-free six-figure lump sums on retirement, and annual payouts from the age of 60 of at least £55,000 - guaranteed for life. The investigation found nearly 300 directors on NHS trust boards have accrued pension pots valued at £1million or more, including Margot Johnson (pictured main), professional Mark O'Donnell (top right), Keith Spencer (middle) and Terry Alty (bottom right).

George Mcinerney, pictured right, of Fareham, Hampshire, was confronted by the former female student he tricked into having sex with him after exploiting her inability to recall faces.

Tennis starlet Gabriella Taylor's mystery illness that left her close to death and forced her to pull out of the Wimbledon girls' tournament could have been contracted on a trip to Uzbekistan.

Kenny Baker who portrayed Star Wars' R2-D2 is dead at 81

The Birmingham-born Star Wars legend, 83, passed away today according to family members after suffering from prolonged lung problems. Baker played the resourceful droid known for his whistles and beeps in the original 'Star Wars' movie in 1977 and in the five following movies. He also received a credit in last year's 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', and attended the European premiere in London in December in a wheelchair. However Anthony Daniels, who played R2-D2's on-screen friend C3PO and with whom Baker had a frosty relationship dating back decades, said he was never actually on set. The latest instalment of the franchise, 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story', is due out in December.

'Goodbye #KennyBaker A lifelong loyal friend-I loved his optimism & determination,' Hamill - who played his flying partner Luke Skywalker - tweeted. 'He WAS the droid I was looking for!'

Channel 4's Eden contestant tells of bullying, sexual tension and bitter rivalries

For Tara Zieleman (pictured main), it was an irresistible chance to realise her dream of creating a new Utopia. With 22 other idealists (shown inset), disillusioned with the modern world, she hoped to 'start again' on Channel 4's ambitious social experiment, Eden. But last week, with two million television viewers watching, she walked away from the year-long project after only three months amid accusations of bullying and with the nascent community beset by the very tensions and conflicts it was set up to escape. Now, in an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, life coach Tara, 34, gives a unique and fascinating insight into how base human instincts intruded on the lofty ideals of a brave new world to bring her Eden vision crashing down.

Yahye Omar Mohamed (pictured), 14, from Birmingham, was discovered on a beach in Gwynedd on Friday after the boys had visited the resort of Barmouth, North Wales.

Rio detectives say that Marcus Evans, 52, who is worth £765million, is being investigated on suspicion of being behind a suspected plot to sell tickets at up to four times their face value.

Police found the man, in his 30s, with injuries to his neck and arms at roughly 5pm yesterday in Margate, Kent. Eyewitnesses say there was a considerable amount of blood at the scene of the brutal attack.

Police were called to the George Inn, in the village of Burnham, in Buckinghamshire, shortly after midnight to reports a man had been attacked inside the pub.

Swiss train passengers injured by man in fire and knife rampage

Seven people have been injured after a man attacked passengers on a train(top right) in beautiful Swiss countryside with 'fire and a knife' today, including a six-year-old child. Officers have confirmed the train has been sealed off an it is understood the county's interior minister is holding an emergency meeting over the incident. The suspect was on fire when police arrested him at Salez-Sennwald station (left and bottom right). It is the latest in a series of similar attacks in Europe over the past month, including a 17-year-old injuring five people with an axe and knife on a train in Wuerzburg, Germany, in July.

Constantly feeling like you need to wet your whistle? Here are the 10 reasons that could help you quench that never ending thirst, from drinking too much coffee to changing your mouthwash.

A nasal spray (pictured is the bottle) could become a ground- breaking new treatment for autism and has already shown promising results in a trial led by Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre.

Nigel Farage goes canvassing for Ukip for the final time in Newington

Mr Farage, who resigned as leader of the party after the Brexit vote on June 23, met voters in Newington, close to Ramsgate. (left; right, top and bottom) He appeared in his new bushy facial hair on Friday. The 52-year-old's moustache has been compared to the likes of Ron Burgundy from the Anchorman films. Other comparisons have been made to TV character Alan Partridge and James Beck playing Private Joe Walker in Dad's Army.

De Niro was asked to discuss Bickle's mental illness in the legendary 1976 Scorsese film. Bickle is a depressed veteran who tries to assassinate a presidential candidate.

Unite Union boss Len McCluskey parties the night away at Monte Carlo hotel 

Unite leader Len McCluskey has led his militant members onto the streets to march against austerity. So where better for him to relax than in Monte Carlo's Hotel de Paris. Typical 'junior suites' cost £1,200 a night and the Michelin-starred restaurant charges £280 per head for the gourmet menu. The 66-year-old former docker (left, right) spent Friday evening at the hotel's world-famous Le Bar Américain, with a group of friends including a mystery socialite. Last night a fellow drinker at the hotel's bar suggested the mystery socialite in Mr McCluskey's group was Farah Sassoon, (bottom) a Labour donor who first came to public attention three years ago when she was pictured draping her leg across Sally Bercow's lap in a cab on a night out.



New Howard Wilson book reveals details of mysterious 1974 break in at his offices

When the offices of a serving Prime Minister are burgled, you might expect a clamour of concern, an official inquiry or even a crisis. Yet the public knew nothing when, in 1974, thieves broke in to Harold Wilson's offices on Buckingham Palace Road in Victoria - a stone's throw from the Palace itself. Nor when a cache of stolen documents from the burglary went on sale to the foreign press. A sensational new book reveals details on the burglary and shines a light on those inside the PM's influential inner circle.

It seems acclaimed Sherlock Holmes actor Jeremy Brett isn't quite distinguished enough for English Heritage officials to place a coveted blue plaque outside his former home.

Police officers attended a house in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire, on August 8 and 9, following reports of disturbances at the property. A Catholic priest was also sent to 'bless' the home.

Thorpe Park Ghost Train ride with Derren Brown has hidden 'anti-fracking' message  

Derren Brown's latest trick may be his most controversial yet - brainwashing thousands of teenage Thorpe Park (top right, left) visitors against fracking by warning of apocalyptic consequences. Fracking - a controversial technology that could transform Britain's energy industry - was boosted last week by Prime Minister Theresa May offering five-figure 'bribes' to families who allow shale gas drilling near their homes. Anti-fracking posters (bottom right) greet visitors to the Ghost Train ride, which is in a railway carriage.

Khadiza Sultana, 17, one of three pupils who left their school in east London to join Islamic State, is thought to have died in a Russia airstrike on the terror group's de-facto capital, Raqqa.

Samia Shahid, 28, from Bradford, died last month during a visit to her family village in Punjab. She was allegedly hunted by her family after she ran away from the cousin she had been forced to marry.

Peter Sutcliffe is due to be sent back to jail after serving time at Broadmoor hospital since 1984. He has now said he would rather have a lethal injection than return to prison.

Ikra Ahmed, 13, from Stockton-on Tees, went missing on Thursday. At 6.45pm today, a police spokesman said she had been found 'safe and well' by officers in the Thornaby area of the city.

ISIS fighters are deploying mustard gas in Iraq as Kurdish soldiers suffer burns

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Troops fighting against the terror group have been left with appalling injuries (middle, right) - including agonising blisters on their skin - in a frightening echo of warfare in the trenches on the Western Front. Without any regard for the international ban on the chemical weapon, IS has used the lethal gas repeatedly against Kurdish forces who are battling to drive out the jihadis. Kurdish fighter Mirmaj Hassan (left) had the blisters on his abdomen.

The Rafaelo procedure uses a needle to emit radio-frequency energy to shrink haemorrhoids, it was developed in Poland and is now being carried out at Spire St Anthony's Hospital in Surrey.

British kidney cancer patients are to have their tumours removed by a robot, after health chiefs agreed the procedure reduced the 'almost unbearable pain' suffered during recovery.

The shock revelation about the sex toy - which was purchased during a 'wild' staff night out in Paris - was made by her former bodyguard Ken Wharfe in his book Diana: Closely Guarded Secret.

Rowan Atkinson's son wins a place at the Sandhurst military academy 

Ben Atkinson, 22, was told last week that he had been accepted at Sandhurst, the prestigious officers' training school, where both Prince William and Prince Harry earned their military spurs. Ben Atkinson, 22, was told last week that he had been accepted at Sandhurst, the prestigious officers' training school, where both Prince William and Prince Harry earned their military spurs.

The 44-year-old television personality is top of the list to replace Chris Evans and he revealed he might have put a bet on himself if the odds were better. Evans stepped down in July after one season.

Sussex Police said a car hit three other parked vehicles in Eastbourne, East Sussex, at around 9pm last night. Officers said a man was later found and arrested.

Hoarder who has solar panels on the roof isn't THAT green

Officials swooped on the eyesore property in Knighton, Leicestershire following a series of complaints from neighbours. It took two days to remove the filthy waste and the nightmare neighbour was handed a £14,000 bill to pay for the operation. An aerial photograph taken from a Leicestershire Police helicopter shows the extent of the debris that accumulated at the semi-detatched house. The clearance operation, which took place last month, saw items such as motor vehicles, construction materials, electrical waste, scrap metal and general rubbish stacked up around the house. A spokesman for Leicester City Council, which carried out the clear up, said: 'Despite having been given months to undertake this work, the legal notice was not complied with and the site remained an eyesore.

Pallbearers making their way from Inverness, Scotland, to the late Duke of Westminster's funeral on board his £5million private jet had to evacuate his plane after the cockpit filled with smoke.

Former Secretary of State for Trade and Industry under Margaret Thatcher Norman Tebbit disclosed the offer after Gerald Grosvenor (pictured) died of a heart attack in Lancashire on Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton had a 'seizure' on camera, right-wing conspiracy theorists claim

Right-wing blogs and journalists have seized upon a video of Hillary Clinton responding to reporters with an 'exaggerated motion' (left and right) to suggest the Democratic nominee had a seizure. In the video, which was shot on June 10 at a muffin shop in Washington DC, Associated Press reporter Lisa Lerer was seen shouting questions at Clinton, and then laughing in surprise at the candidate's head-shaking response. Lerer said she believed Clinton was maybe being 'evasive' to the questions, but that the incident was 'innocuous'. However, Fox News host Sean Hannity dedicated a week of his shows to examining Clinton's health, which included looking at the video - he said it was 'seizure-esque' - and also bringing up and old photo of the 68-year-old slipping on a flight of stairs (inset).

Around 1,800 rail workers will walk out on Friday August 26, when families across Britain are due to begin their weekend getaway, before striking again on Bank Holiday Monday.

The Chancellor says he will guarantee that projects receiving EU money will be fully funded. He also pledges payments made to farmers under the Common Agricultural Policy will continue.

A source said that while the Metropolitan Police had done a 'fantastic job' in unveiling their new armed officers, elsewhere the capability to respond would be 'woefully inadequate'.

30C heat next week might bring a toxic smog with it from Spanish plume

Families enjoyed a sunny day at the beach as the mercury hit highs of 22C in the south east, including Brighton (top and bottom right) today while others ended up covered in paint as they took part in the Holi One Colour Festival in London (left). There will be much higher temperatures next week as the Spanish plume arrives with warm air from the continent on Wednesday, making some parts of the country hotter than Morocco and Tenerife. But experts have warned the Spanish plume could also bring a blanket of toxic smog with it.

RAF navigator Sean Casabayo was killed in 1999 aged 30 when his Tornado crashed near Newcastle during a training flight. He won a Gulf War medal for his service in the campaign.

Turkish authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of Hakan Sukur over his links to a US-based Muslim cleric accused by Turkey of masterminding last month's failed coup.

A new plan by Thailand to monitor the whereabouts of tourists through special SIM cards has been endorsed by the telecommunications regulator. Thailand deny the plan will limit rights.

Andy Burnham and Zac Goldsmith among MPs with Thunderbirds resemblance

The would-be mayor of Manchester is the talk of Twitter for how similar he looks to one of the puppets in the popular children's show first broadcast in the 1960s. Social media users think the MP for Leigh's appearance is a carbon copy of Captain Scott Tracey. Scott is one of the five Tracey brothers who piloted and drove Thunderbirds in the iconic episodes created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. Other politicians who look like Thunderbirds' characters include (from top left) Zac Goldsmith, Theresa May, Michael Fabricant, Michael Gove, Caroline Flint and Nigel Farage.

China is developing a new hypersonic space plane (illustrated) that will use a combined cycle air breathing engine along with rocket motors. It hopes to deliver a working plane by 2030.

The findings, by a team at York University, supports research suggesting coffee - once considered a potential danger to the heart - may actually have a protective effect when drunk in moderation.

James Thie, lecturer of sport coaching and performance at Cardiff Metropolitan University, says jogging increases the life expectancy of men by 6.2 years, and women by 5.6 years.

BHS' flagship Oxford Street store closes doors on 88 years of shopping history

The shutters of BHS's flagship branch in central London have come down for the final time - with no stores to be left by next weekend. The Oxford Street outlet (pictured right) is one of 58 closing over the next eight days as administrators call time on 88 years of British retail history. On their last-ever shift, workers spoke of their fears as the chain's collapse has affected 11,000 jobs and 22,000 pensions. Inside, the shop was littered with scores of red and yellow 'everything must go' style signs advertising as much as 80 per cent off. Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green (inset) has borne the brunt of the public fallout over the closure, having been branded the 'the unacceptable face of capitalism' by furious MPs.

The Britain's tourism industry has reported a 25 per cent increase in bookings due to fears over terrorism, with some destinations costing £1,000 more than foreign equivalents.

Concept habitats will be built here on Earth, to help the space agency gain a better insight into the needs and opportunities for extensive manned missions around the moon and beyond.

PETRONELLA WYATT reveals how she conquered high cholesterol

After being told she had dangerously high blood pressure by her GP Petronella Wyatt (left) was prescribed with statins (right) - but instead of making her better the drugs turned her life upside down. She suffered pounding headaches, emotional mood swings and survived on a few hours of sleep a night. However, after consulting a cardiologist in Harley Street, Petronella dumped the drugs and found she was back to living a healthy lifestyle in a less than a week.

When corals become stressed, they have been known to exhibit a behaviour called 'bleaching.' Now, researchers in Australia have captured this on video for the first time.

Nigel Wilkinson met his victims on the social network before inviting them to his house in Bristol for 'male fitness' photoshoots. Once there, he drugged and raped the men.

Six residents died at the Springwater Lodge Care Home in Calverton, Nottinghamshire. Two of the deaths - which took place within 24 hours of each other - are the focus of an investigation.

Neal Gray is fighting to re-open the inquest into his granddaughter's death reopened and force Sutton Council and the courts to answer why they allowed the little girl to stay in her parents' care.

TDE, How Two Live and Frank Body prove that you can mix business and friendship

While people are advised not to work with friends or family, these BFF business partners are proof that it can be done - and done well. Here, FEMAIL chats to the most successful best friend duos about how their business came about and how they balance their relationship. Included are the besties behind leather goods company The Daily Edited (inset), the colourful sisters behind blog How Two Live (left) and the successful friends behind coffee skincare business, Frank Body (right). Also included are the founders of The Goodnight Co, the friends of Open Agent and the twin sisters who founded PR Group.

Hunters in Texas used an exploding rifle target to eviscerate a group of feral hogs. Video shows the pigs eating before two shots detonate the bomb and sends pig parts flying.

Elena Lillian Moore, 16, was stabbed to death in her house in Pico Rivera, California around 3:00am Friday morning. She yelled her ex-boyfriend Rory Murga's name before she died says her mom.

The boy was being held in his mother's arms while others sang Happy Birthday to her and she was presented with the treat. The video of the funny moment was captured in the US.

The unfortunate incident was captured on camera and shows the woman, from the US, leaping into the air and grabbing hold of the tree trunk before snapping it in half and falling into the river.

Eyejusters glasses enables the wearer to bring whatever they want to look at into focus

A British company based in Oxford has come up with an ingenious solution to get around the problem of struggling to see close-up objects - spectacles where the focus can be altered. Creator Owen Reading explained: 'Lots of people need reading glasses but they need glasses with lots of different strengths. They might have a pair with +1 prescription-strength lenses for the computer, +2s for reading, and +3s for really close-up stuff.'


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Explicit video shows NAKED Magaluf holidaymakers gyrating at a party

The X-rated footage shows the naked holidaymakers gyrating on a stage of a nightclub during a UV paint party in front of cheering revellers in Magaluf, on the Balearic island of Majorca. The events are popular at the holiday resort, which is frequented by many Britons every summer, and attract hundreds of party-goers. The explicit footage is the latest to show yet more debauchery in the Spanish resort known by British holiday makers as 'Shagaluf'.

There are plenty of thrilling activities for families on board Carnival Vista, but the 4,000-passenger cruise ship's itinerary in the Mediterranean this summer is heavily port based.

Shocking footage of the incident, which occurred in Colombia, showed the crane toppling over and narrowly missing the two men after the concrete beam it had been carrying suddenly shattered.

Heartwarming video shows 79-year-old man with Alzheimer's singing his heart out with son

Ted McDermott was filmed singing Quando, Quando, Quando as his son drove him around in his car in Blackburn - and the adorable video has since gone viral with thousands of online views. Mr McDermott, 79, was diagnosed with dementia in 2013 following a long career as an entertainer, performing for the public in pubs and clubs. His recent carpool karaoke sessions with his son have helped raise more than £30,000 for the Alzheimer's Society.



Stunning images show how a century of daring architecture that changed London forever

The skyline of London is iconic - instantly recognisable abroad, be it the Gothic imagery of the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben to the Art Deco re-imagining of the Oxo Tower. Yet it is set to change significantly over the next few years, with more than 400 towers already in planning, approved or under construction, adding to recent additions such as the O2 Arena (shown bottom right) and the Cheese Grater. But an ever-changing architectural view of London is nothing new, with the outline of the capital's buildings constantly evolving through the 20th century as areas such as Canary Wharf (pictured top) and the South Bank (bottom left) experienced mass construction through the decades. Here, MailOnline provides a look back at how London's skyline has changed through the years, and the stories behind the buildings responsible.

The reptile -- which was 8 feet, 9 inches long -- was discovered by Doug Dallmer in his garage on Thursday night. Police in Fulshear say the creature is headed to an alligator farm.

CCTV video of a baseball-cap wearing pensioner deliberately keying an Audi in Kent

The shocking incident was captured on a security camera from a home in Ashford, Kent and shows the elderly man walking up the driveway to the front of the Audi. He then places his key just next to the headlight before scraping it along the paintwork in clear view of the security camera. The man causes visible damage as he drags the key towards the car door before walking back up the driveway and leaving the area.