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Harper Beckham gets royal treatment from Eugenie at palace

Her parents are certainly showbiz royalty - so it comes as little surprise that Harper Beckham should be hanging out with real princesses. The six-year-old daughter of David and Victoria celebrated her birthday with Princess Eugenie and a host of pals at Buckingham Palace. And of course, her proud as punch parents showed off some snaps of the special day on social media. It's currently unclear why Harper was invited to the Queen's house. The little girl stood in the grounds of the palace holding a balloon for one snap and wore a blue fairytale gown to mimic Elsa from Frozen for her special day.

'It was like a disaster movie': Witnesses 'burst into tears' as 70 firefighters battle huge blaze at London's famous Camden Lock Market

A huge blaze has ripped through London's famous Camden Lock Market as 70 firefighters battled the inferno after witnesses described 'crazy scenes' last night. Giant flames and smoke clouds could be seen for miles across the capital and 10 fire engines rushed to tackle the blaze just before midnight on Sunday. Onlookers described the fire 'moving very fast', raising fears of explosions if it reached nearby restaurants.

Theresa May will relaunch her leadership tomorrow with an appeal to Labour to help deliver Brexit, in a 'high-risk' bid to prevent her legislative programme grinding to a halt.

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After starting with just £5, Nathan (pictured), from Walthamstow, now enjoys a weekly turnover of £1,150 which has allowed him to lead a lavish lifestyle of meals out and trips up the Shard.

Megan McCann has filed a writ against bet365 at the High Court in Belfast claiming she is entitled to more than £1million after betting £25,000 on four races only to be denied the winnings.

A house guest from hell - wohse faux pas include using the wrong towel, bringing bad gifts and leaving crumbs - confesses to her abominable etiquette crimes, and shares a 'do not do' list.

Melbourne real estate shows something unusual in picture

At first glance, this real estate photograph appears to show a rustic kitchen with timber floors and crafted antique windows. But an eagle-eyed onlooker noticed something different about the image of the Melbourne property that was listed up for sale on Bell Real Estate's website. So can you spot what's unusual in this professional picture?

Men took to secret-sharing website Whisper to reveal what they really think about women nursing their children. The majority were supportive but a handful said they disagreed.

According to nutritional biochemist Dr Libby Weaver, Rushing Woman's Syndrome is the modern malaise of always being 'busy, busy, busy' - and it even makes symptoms of the menopause worse.

Jordan Chandler, now 37, won a $20million settlement from Jackson after his father Evan Chandler launched accusations that the King of Pop sexually abused him at the age of 13.

Nico Papke, 35, was arrested on Sunday in Phuket, Thailand, after the body of his girlfriend, 35-year-old Picha Nampadung, was found deep in the jungle a week after she went missing.

Documentary on Michael Danaher who killed bookseller

Michael Danaher (left with his ex-wife Elaine on their wedding day) brutally murdered Oxford-educated antiquarian bookseller Adrian Greenwood, 42, (bottom right). A gripping and controversial documentary on Channel 4 tonight reveals the story of the murder and police investigation. Elaine Danaher (main picture) was 25 when she met him in 1995, when they both worked for John Lewis in Peterborough. They would have two sons (top right) and married in 2000 but his mother and father died within three years and as his family crumbled he became paranoid and mentally ill having refused grief counselling. Five years ago Elaine could take no more and left her husband. When police officers arrived at 9.30pm on Monday, April 11, 2016, to inform Elaine of her estranged husband's arrest on suspicion of murder, she found the notion so ridiculous that she laughed. 'I thought: "Really? Are you talking about the same bloke?" she recalls. 'I thought it must be some kind of mistake.'

Ghanaian-born Major Nana Kofi Twumasi-Ankrah (pictured), an Afghanistan war veteran, is thought to be preparing to take over the role from Wing Commander Sam Fletcher later this year.

On July 10 1947, Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, as they were then known, were pictured arm in arm at Buckingham Palace to mark the official announcement.

The prince, 32, was at The Killers concert in London's Hyde Park with close friend and 'wing-man' Thomas van Straubenzee and stockbroker Adam Bidwell. But Canadian actress Miss Markle, 35, needn't worry.

A thrifty Australian mother who made headlines after sharing her tips for creating family meals for just A$1.50 (88p) a serving has gone a step further - creating dinners for as little as A$1.02 (60p).

New fat-busting treatment Tripolar can 'sculpt' any tummy

Helena Frith Powell (before, left, and after treatment,right) spent decades trying to eradicate stubborn stomach fat to no avail. But new machine, the Tripolar, 'sculpted' her tummy in just a few sessions, and its effects can last forever. London-based beauty specialist Louisa Gill (centre, top) said: 'It really is a bit like having a magic wand.'

Charlie Gard's fate will finally be decided after a hearing in the High Court in London at 2pm today as his parents made a last plea for their baby to be given experimental treatment.

The CBI/Pearson survey of 344 firms found that 32 per cent were dissatisfied with graduates' 'attitudes and behaviours of self-management and resilience'.

US forces captured Nazi U-Boat 234 as it was heading for Japan and found it was carrying uranium that Hitler failed to turn into a nuclear weapon in time to save his crumbling Reich.

Nutritionist Rob Hobson reveals how our favourite foods are packed with a dizzying number of ingredients - with favourites like lasagne and fish pie among the worst offenders.

Final image of Elise Dallemagne on Thailand 'death island'

A chilling final photo of a tourist who was found hanged and half-eaten by lizards on a Thai holiday island has emerged. The low-resolution black and white image, taken from CCTV camera footage recorded on April 21, shows a woman heading down a pathway on Koh Tao with police believing it to be 30-year-old Belgian backpacker Elise Dallemagne whose body was found by local villagers on April 28. Authorities have determined that she took her own life but Ms Dallemagne's mother rejects the police's version of events and believes her daughter was murdered. Seven foreigners have died on the island in the last three years with only two of the deaths being investigated as murders.

If you worry it's all heading south, try this barre dance stretch to blast your behind into shape, says personal trainer Nadya Fairweather

Kim Broderick, 59, is an entrepreneur and former marketing executive. She lives in North Yorkshire and recommends having Botox and drinking almond milk to stay looking young.

Residents became suspicious as a large pile of rubbish - including a sofa, bin bags, trees, clothes and cans - quickly built up at the park in Basildon, which is popular with dog walkers.

Hayden Cross, 21, (pictured) from Gloucester, became a father after giving birth last month and has opened up about the shocking abuse and death threats he has received from internet trolls.

UK weather: Sunshine to disappear before stormy showers

Britons will receive only temporary relief from the summer heat when unsettled weather arrives for the start of the working week - only to be followed by a 'killer' by the end of the month. The UK has enjoyed fine weather over the past few days with some parts of the south hotter than the Algarve on Friday as temperatures soared to 84°F (29°C). But beach-goers have just hours left to make the most of mainly unbroken sunshine before patchy showers or rain and drizzle develop. Today, temperatures in the South East remained in the low to mid twenties, with highs of 80.6°F and 82.4°F (27°C to 28°C).

The incident happened on the A38, near Landrake, Cornwall, at around 11.15am. A woman and a child in one car died at the scene, as well as a male pedestrian.

The incident took place at the display at the Duxford Imperial War Museum in Cambridgeshire around 5.30pm. Witnesses described the plane wobbling in the air before making a 'loud bang'.

Tesla Model 3 photos are finally revealed

Elon Musk finally revealed the first photos of the new Tesla Model 3 (pictured) late on Saturday night. The eco-friendly car is affordable at $35,000 and can go 215 miles on a single charge. Although the vehicle is much more affordable compared to the other models, those looking to buy the car may be waiting months before they can get behind the wheel.

Oliver Horwood, 20, was spotted working at the fast food giant's restaurant in Gravesend, Kent. He was jailed for 16 months last year after admitting sex crimes against underage girls.

Jamie Lee, 23, was named locally as the victim of huge disturbance in the street in Glasgow, which was said to have involved a variety of weapons and left another five people injured.

Poldark star puts on a flirty display with her TV sibling

The Daily Mail can reveal Eleanor Tomlinson and Harry Richardson, who play brother and sister Demelza and Drake in Poldark (inset) are dating. The loved-up pair were spotted enjoying an intimate stroll through Wimbledon last week, where they were seen kissing and cuddling (pictured). At one point in the shopping trip, Australian heart-throb Richardson, 24, swept 25-year-old Miss Tomlinson's flame-red hair back from her face before cheekily pulling her closer by her dress.

Guy Verhofstadt warned that the bloc's legislature was ready to deploy its veto as he attacked the PM's plans for EU nationals already living in the UK.

Former chief whip Andrew Mitchell still 'holds a grudge' against Theresa May and told fellow MPs the 'weak' Prime Minister must resign, writes ANDREW PIERCE.

As made clear at Glastonbury Festival, Jeremy Corbyn is a magnet for the young - but most especially those from well-to-do backgrounds, writes DOMINIC LAWSON.

The all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on EU relations is being led by Tory former minister Anna Soubry and senior Labour MP Chuka Umunna.

The jaws-dropping moment a thrill seeker tries to grab a shark by the tail and immediately gets bitten

The unsurprising moment a shark bites a man (circled left) after he tried to grab it by the tail was caught on camera. The footage was filmed near Johnnie Mercer's pier in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina on June 29. Blood can be seen gushing into the ocean when the shark bites him (right).

A 19-year-old summer camp counselor was bitten twice in the head by a black bear around 4.15am Sunday at Glacier View Ranch in Ward, Colorado. He has been released from the hospital.

Nicola James, from Bridgend, Wales, smashed plates, berated loved ones and almost lost her job due to her constant periods that happened for two weeks every month.

Most unfortunate names revealed including Jed I. Knight

We have gathered together a list of the most unfortunate names, from the USA and Canada to Singapore and South Africa. Some make you wonder how their parents could be so gullible. For example, unless you are a real superhero,  the moniker Batman Bin Suparman is likely to lead to some serious teasing. And if you are a politician standing for election, having the surname 'Loser' does not stand you in particularly good stead.

Fresh signs of a slowdown in the housing market are expected this week when one of the most highly regarded barometers of the sector is released.

Woefully slow broadband is the bane of many households. A recent report from consumer group Which? identified 11 local authorities where broadband speeds do not reach a proposed

Most bizarre ways restaurants serve meals

These hilarious snaps, taken by diners around the world and posted on Bored Panda, show how creativity can quickly spiral out of control and lead to dishes that are impractical, unappetising, or just too bizarre to eat. Among the highlights are (clockwise from top left) a full English on a shovel; a fish and chips Ferris wheel; a meal on cocktail sticks; a scotch egg in a trophy; a doll's dress made from ham; and cakes in a cup.

The figures have been compiled by Macmillan Cancer Support, which is based in Vauxhall, London, to highlight how many of the public are not prepared for a diagnosis of cancer.

Four students from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics are part of a project aimed at creating a self-sustaining ecosystem (pictured) that provides everything humans need to survive.

Think of it as a secret Batcave of high-end cars, but instead of being concealed beneath Wayne Manor it's by the M4 motorway. Rob Hull visits HR Owen's secret hire car lair.

'Run, hide, tell': Police release YouTube film telling British tourists how to survive terror attack overseas

The four-minute video, released by Counter Terrorism Police UK today, comes two years after 30 Brits were among 38 killed in a gun massacre at a Tunisian hotel and echoes police advice in the wake of attacks at home. In the clip, families flee a hotel, with some parents seen carrying their young children as they leave in a fast but controlled manner. If there is no available exit, viewers are encouraged to hide somewhere with a secure, physical barrier. The video urges people not to call police until it is safe, and to follow any instructions they give once they arrive - even if they treat civilians like suspects. The 'ride, hide, tell' campaign was first issued by police in December 2015 and was implemented in the recent incidents on British soil, notably the attack at London Bridge.

Umunna, MP for Streatham, has admitted he is 'totally addicted' to the raunchy reality show, but his Twitter followers have not been impressed and accused him of being 'desperate to be liked'.

Novak Djokovic pictured with chef Lauren Von Der Pool

Photos of Novak Djokovic with his arm around Serena and Venus Williams' beautiful chef have emerged amid claims the tennis champion is having marital problems with wife Jelena (inset bottom with her husband). Celebrity chef Lauren Von Der Pool (right) first met the former Wimbledon champion when she gave him dieting tips in 2012. The 33-year-old graduate of Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles and Paris Culinary School often posts saucy snaps of herself on her Instagram page - including three pictures with Djokovic, 30 (left, and top inset).

Hundreds of tennis-mad fans have camped out for 48 hours to try and bag one of the 500 on-the-gate tickets to see the British stars Andy Murray and Johanna Konta in action today.

Players including Roger Federer, pictured, have raised concerns about the effect of the heat on the grass at Wimbledon but groundskeepers are adamant the courts are up to scratch.

Agile Liz Hurley, 52, reveals she once beheaded a snake

Liz Hurley managed to enlist the help of her 15-year-old son Damian for a photoshoot in their back garden in Hampshire over the weekend, with him behind the lens. And it seems their strong bond goes back to when he was a baby - as the actress revealed she once killed a snake for him. She said she 'cut its head off with an axe' when she saw it near his Moses basket while they were in Spain, adding: 'Note to others: Never get between a lioness and her cubs.'

Emily McDermott, 23, from North Wales was told in December that a tumour was pressing on her spine. Following intense physio, chemo and radiotherapy, Emily has vowed to walk down the aisle this month.

Nazim Ali, a director of the London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), was accused of whipping up hatred in a speech he made at an anti-Israel rally just days after the fire.

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Dogs find proof of Amelia Earhart's remains, experts claim

Researchers said they may have found where Amelia Earhart died after her disappearance in 1937, thanks to bone-sniffing dogs. The canines are trained to detect the scent of remains. In June, they found a location on Nikumaroro Island (bottom right) in the Western Pacific Ocean, where experts believe Earhart died before reaching her intended destination - Howland Island. This is the same spot where officials found bones they believed belonged to her in 1940. This new discovery casts doubt over a recently unearthed vintage photograph that some experts claim is proof that Earhart and Noonan survived their crash landing and were captured by the Japanese (centre).

Eating disorder charities are warning that Netflix's To The Bone, starring Lily Collins, who lost a large amount of weight for the role, could lead to copycat behaviour among impressionable teens.

Sporting faux-classical columns either side of the front door it looks like just another palatial footballer's mansion. But in fact, this house has designed specifically with dogs in mind.

Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner (pictured) insisted it was an 'ambition' for the party but that it would not become a manifesto pledge until Labour finds a way to pay for it.

The Prime Minister is considering treating abuse of UK MPs in the same way as hate crimes after a string of Tories reported harassment including daubing posters with Nazi swastikas.

Flic Everett, 46, is in debt, has no pension and does not own her own property, so she put her trust in part financial adviser, part therapist, Simonne Gnessen to help her get a grip on her finances.

Expat Francis Matthew, 60, editor-at-large of the Gulf News, has been in custody since last Wednesday. His 62-year-old wife Jane was found dead at their home in Dubai last Tuesday.

Henry Deedes liked ex-wife having baby with another man

A husband has revealed why his ex-wife having a baby with someone else helped him heal from the pain of divorce, as the news provided some sort of 'closure' on their marriage. Henry Deedes (left, with puppysaid he is even in daily contact with his former wife (right) of nearly 20 years, and the pair still share the dog they loved as a couple.

Ibrahim El-Nour, who set up Grenfell Victims and Survivors Trust, said his auntie was killed in the tragedy, but later admitted the woman was someone who hailed from the same part of Sudan as him.

When Staffordshire bull terrier Maxie was rescued by an RSPCA inspector in Derbyshire he was so weak he stumbled up the stairs to a vet's practice and looked 'like a skeleton with fur'.

Armed US immigration officials could be stationed at UK airports under plans being considered by the government that would see visa paperwork checked before boarding the plane.

One lager-loving Australian has taken his beer craving to the next level after checking-in a solitary can of Emu Export when boarding a Perth-bound flight from Melbourne.

Timeless tricks to makeover each room in your home

When it comes to sprucing up your home, many homeowners find it difficult to know where to start, what to buy and how much to spend. But there are a number of simple and timeless tweaks you can make to completely transform each room and add thousands to the value of your home. Australian interior designer and property stylist, Justine Wilson, says there are countless easy tricks to making over a space that will stay on trend for years to come - from using wallpaper in the dining room to playing with a stunning grey palette in the bathroom. Here, FEMAIL speaks to Justine about her top tips for tweaking each room in the home (pictured) and her advice for 'renovating for profit'.

Randy Schell, a world-renowned voiceover artist known for his work on the Walking Dead has fallen to his death during a skydive after his parachute became tangled near Houston.

Green Party campaigner Ciaran McClean (pictured) is trying to raise £20,000 on a crowd funding website. He says the deal breaches the Good Friday Agreement and bribery laws.

It will be the 33rd time RMT members have walked out on Southern Rail services in a dispute over the role of conductors that has battered commuters in the South East for more than a year.

There are plans to increase the student loan cap in England either by inflation or by linking it with average earnings in response to worries over graduate debt levels.

Traditional families with a working father and stay-at-home mother have fallen far behind in the race for decent living standards, a think-tank report said yesterday.

Wildfires continue to ravage California, western US states and British Columbia, with nearly 8,000 people forced to flee their homes in California on Sunday.

Leaked photos from the upcoming Star Wars flick about Han Solo show the titular character with Chewbacca, as well as the new addition played by Woody Harrelson.

Moment gang pounces on another woman outside a beauty salon 'in a vicious row over a HAIRCUT'

The video shows three women clashing with a middle-aged lady after she exited Aria Hair and Beauty salon in Ladypool Road, Sparkbrook. Punches appear to have been repeatedly thrown at the victim who also had her headscarf pulled in the incident which lasted for approximately one minute. The alleged fight was broken up after three men approached the group. West Midlands Police say two women were injured in the incident, which they are investigating.

About 20,000 police struggled to contain hundreds of anti-capitalist militants who torched cars, looted shops and hurled Molotov cocktails during the July 7-8 G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

From one person who deliberately put eggshells in omelettes, to another who sucked Doritos without actually eating any, Reddit users were quick to complain about their roommates' quirks.

Fourteen Argentine commandos would raise a flag on British soil then publish photos of it before an upcoming election in order to try and force President Mauricio Macri out of power, it is claimed.

Tomari, of Longford in Coventry,, told the terrified teenager that the more she cried the more he would hit her, before proceeding to rape her. He was then granted bail and attacked two girls.

Leigh Day and three of its solicitors Anna Crowther, Martyn Day and Sapna Malik (L to R) were cleared of misconduct allegations in June but now pressure is building for a second probe.

Vancouver cop yells at mother who left children in hot car

A police officer yelled at a mother for leaving her daughter, six, and son, three, in a hot car for 20 minutes in Vancouver on Monday. She had left them so she could go grocery shopping. The officer was seen passionately scolding the mother, who stood looking defiant with her arms crossed, in a clip that was posted to Facebook on Thursday. He added to her: 'You don't seem to understand the danger you put your children in. The windows were up - it's hot out. Your children could have died.'

An air ambulance landed on the beach to fly one of the victims, who are both in their 70s after the accident which took place in Bridlington Spa in East Yorkshire.

BBC Radio Norfolk DJ Nick Conrad was just about to begin his breakfast show when police took him off to quiz him about allegedly stealing concert posters after a feud with a rival.

Sir Vince Cable forecast said the failure of a deal would see the public swing behind the Liberal Democrat pledge to hold a second referendum on whether Brexit goes ahead.

Dinner for 12 at London's Crosby Hall, the former Thames-side home of Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor Thomas More, went for £25,000.

The bus crashed down a mountainside in the San Cristobal area of Lima which offers panoramic views of the city. Passengers were thrown from the vehicle as it tumbled down the mountain.

Two women died from anaplastic large cell lymphoma after being fitted with textured surface implants, the medicines watchdog MHRA has revealed.

Stranded lioness cub is pulled from a 80ft well by nervous rescuer who had to climb in to lasso the animal before she drowned 

This is the dramatic moment a lioness cub is rescued from an 80ft-deep well after a local climbed down to well to lasso its body. The two-year-old cat had been with a pride of several other predators when residents tried to scare them away in Gujarat, India on Saturday. The terrified lioness tried to jump across the well made from piles of rocks but lost her footing - plunging into the 20ft deep water below. Around four other lions peered down the drop but eventually gave up on the stranded youngster, leaving her to die in the waters.

People who felt their lives had meaning were 63 per cent less likely to experience sleep apnoea, a breathing problem that leads to repeated night waking, according to the US study.

Bestselling author Gill Hornby recommends her favourite tomes on ambition to help readers through trickier times in life. She recommends Tom Wolfe's The Bonfire Of The Vanities.

Angela Gibbins (pictured) who attacked Prince George as a symbol of 'white privilege' is suing her former employer amid claims that she was sacked over her republican beliefs.

Clean eating aficonados are turning to 'good' snacks like dark chocolate and nut butters to top up energy between meals - but we could be consuming far more calories than we think.

The moment a baby with albinism sees his mother for the first time with the help of glasses... and cracks a HUGE smile

This is the moment a baby with a rare disorder sees his mother for the first time with the help of glasses. The three-month-old named Everett, was diagnosed with oculocutaneous albinism, after his parents noticed he was not making eye contact or tracking movements. In an adorable video, his mother can be seen fitting tiny glasses over his face, before he starts smiling and giggling.

Wildfires barreled across the baking landscape of the western US and Canada, forcing thousands to flee from areas of British Columbia, California, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.

Pre-race favourite Richie Porte of Australia suffered one of the most horrific crashes of recent times in a descent during the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday.

The total spend for the average Brit is £2,110.86p or eight per cent of the average UK salary of £27,000 with the trend fuelled by the rise in those using coffee shops as 'coffices' to do business.

Adorable video shows dog owner carrying his puppy up an escalator - because he was too scared to stand on it  

The caring pet owner ( also pictured bottom right) hoisted the golden retriever from Toronto, Canada after noticing it was hesitant to climb the intimidating escalator at a downtown complex called Brookfield place. But Jasper is not new to special treatment. His owner has created an Instagram page for him - its username is Jasper the Golden boy - with a biography that simply reads: 'Just a young pup living the dream in the big city.'

Abbey Parkes (pictured), 20, from Tunstall in Staffordshire, had been taking Logynon for six years when she suffered a cardiac arrest at her home.

Lift-off! Genetically-modified CYBORG dragonflies complete flight tests in a step towards spying missions that will see the tiny insects reach areas that other drones can't

Dubbed the DragonflEye, the half-insect, half-machine is fitted with a fingernail-sized backpack, powered by a solar panel and remotely controlled by an operator. Researchers from Draper Labs and Howard Hughes Medical Institute performed DragonflEye flight tests at the Janelia Research Campus in Virginia.

Bradley Lowery's family gave information about his funeral which will take place in Blackhall Colliery, Co Durham, next Friday, and invited mourners to wear football shirts as 'cancer has no colours'.

Former EastEnders star Ross Kemp (pictured) is said to believe that far-right Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik had him on his hit list because he thought he was a 'race traitor'.

General Sir Nick Carter, Chief of the General Staff, wants the British Army to be able to hire straight into its middle and possibly even higher ranks in order to bring in specialist skills for modern warfare.

 

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American roadside attractions from Library of Congress

Connecticut-born John Margolies, who died in 2016 at the age of 76, devoted much of his life to documenting the roadside attractions and vernacular architecture of the American landscape. The Library of Congress now houses 11,710 color prints of his photographs. They provide a valuable record of recent American history. The LOC noted: 'Traversing the country, he was drawn to the architecture that came to define travel by car-motels, diners and gas stations-but also to quintessentially American oddities: buildings in the shape of dinosaurs, the sculpted concrete and plaster obstacles of miniature golf courses and parks featuring attractions from parrots to petrified rocks.' His photos include a gas station in Maplecrest, New York (top left), bizarre-themed structures such as the Orange Julep in Plattsburgh, New York (top right), hotels such as Brown's in Fallsburg, New York (bottom left) and mini-golf courses such as Rainbow Falls in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (bottom right). Inset is a photo of the It'll Do Motel in Jonesborough, Tennessee.

The enchanted photos were taken by Andrey Seliverstov, 59, from St Petersburg, Russia. He captured the scenes of nine-year-old Maria Palkina and her canine friends.

Just taking a quick snap! Man is arrested for letting children pose for pictures with his pet crocodile on a beach in Russia

A Russian man has been arrested after police say he was abusing his pet crocodile in order to make money - by taking it to the beach and allowing people to pose with the animal for cash. The man, who has not been identified, was tracked down after footage of his antics was uploaded to social media where it subsequently went viral. In the video he can be seen standing in shallow water at the beach with the reptile on a leash, while children come over to stroke it. While the crocodile remains calm throughout, the same cannot be said of the children, one of whom runs away in fear.

   

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Shocking moment bullfighter is gored at Spanish festival

WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT Photos show the banderillero assistant bullfighter being tossed into the air and gored by a raging bull (left) on the third day of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona. The wounded man had to be carried out of the ring after the attack, although the extent of his injuries is not known. A picador fighter was also knocked off his horse after plunging a spear into a bull during the event (top and bottom right). Tonight's bullfight followed the third running of the bulls in which four people suffered minor injuries.

Two fire crews fought to extinguish the blaze (pictured), which hit temperatures of 300 degrees Celsius, in Wickford, Essex, in the early hours of this morning.

Supercar owners have been warned they face £1,000 fines if they rev their engines outside Harrods after Kensington and Chelsea council implemented a Public Spaces Protection Order.

Turkish mom uses food to create dresses for her daughter

Alya Chaglar, 31, from Antalya, Turkey, has gained around 30,000 followers for using various food stuffs and forced perspective to style her little girl Stefani. The mom uses everything from lettuce to chilies and even slices of watermelon to create looks that wouldn't be out of place on the Met Gala red carpet.

   

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