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Prince George arrives in Poland with Kate and William

All eyes were on Prince George and Princess Charlotte today, as they arrived in Poland to begin an official visit with their parents. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have travelled to Warsaw with Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the start of their five-day tour of Poland and Germany. William and Kate's trip, taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is likely to be seen as another Brexit diplomacy tour, helping to maintain and strengthen the UK's relations with Europe as it leaves the EU.

Teen, 16, was found hanged in school toilets

Sixteen-year-old Dagmara Przybysz (pictured) was discovered dead in the school toilets at Pool Academy in Cornwall and she had teased her during a PE lesson, an inquest heard. Described as bright and beautiful, Dagmara's mother told how she was having trouble with other pupils at the school and overheard classmates making racist remarks. Emergency services were called to the Pool Academy in Cornwall on May 17 where the youngster was found deceased. Cornwall Coroner's Court was told how Dagmara and her younger sister were the first pupils from Poland to attend the schools in rural Cornwall.

The new rules were rolled out at Merchants' Academy, in Bristol. It coincides with the departure the head teacher, Nick Short (pictured), who leaves after only a year in charge.

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Experts claimed the linen cloth (pictured), believed to have been used to wrap Christ's body after crucifixion, contains 'nanoparticles' which are not typical of the blood of a healthy person.

Staff at University Hospital of Wales face having to sell their homes after losing a legal fight over the unpaid tickets. Campaigner Sue Prior (pictured, said the ruling is 'devastating'.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe rushed to help a tourist who had a Louis Vuitton bag stolen in Chelsea, London, by knife-wielding moped muggers who slashed his face.

Can YOU pass this intelligence test?

The test, created by Go Tumble and shared on Wikr, asks users to 'think outside the box' by working out two different but correct answers to a series of equations. Makers write: 'Firstly, think outside the box! This maths riddle is not that simple. Even though there's usually one right answer for maths problems, two common solutions are causing heated debates all over the world.' The makers say that only one in 1,000 people can figure out the second possible answer to the test, so can you?

The Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767 flight RV1925 was forced to return to the London airport after the incident early this afternoon.

Dr Michio Hirano believes he can help the little boy and travelled to London overnight at a High Court judge's invitation and will meet Charlie and his parents Chris (pictured today) and Connie.

The alarm was raised at Friedrich Ebert School in Esslingen-Zel, near Stuttgart this morning with students told to barricade themselves in their classrooms.

Treble the trouble! Mother's hilarious videos reveal the exhausting reality of living with VERY mischievous 17-month-old triplets - who like to wear their dinners, smash plates and refuse to sleep

Mother-of-triplets, Kate Smith, from Liverpool, has offered a glimpse into her life with three tots under two - and five children in total. In the super-cute footage, Dolly, Annie and Gerard - all 17-months-old - wreak havoc at the family home, breaking crockery, sliding down the stairs and rubbing chocolate into the carpet.

Britain will bask in sunshine today with the warm weather arriving from Spain - before thundery showers, frequent lightning and hail hit southern England from tomorrow evening.

Twitter user Scorpiosars shared the discarded 'Summer Bucket List 2017' written by a US teenager after it was found by a friend in a changing room, and it's been liked 51,000 times.

The UK's deficit - the gap between the amount of money the country raises and the amount it spends - fell to £47 billion in the last financial year.

Dr William Riches' 'state' is in Gloucestershire and has been set up because he is furious that Britain's 'older generation' tipped the EU vote towards Leave when more young people wanted to stay.

Lynda Bellingham's widower on his 18 months of hell

Lynda Bellingham's widower Michael Pattemore appeared on This Morning on Monday to give his side of the story following his very public spat with her two sons, Michael and Robbie Peluso.  The 61-year-old, who has since found love again, claims he has suffered '18 months of hell' and has had 'strange women spit in his face' as details of the rift between him and the sons emerged.  He told Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford: 'I've had 18 months of hell. I went to do a charity gig one day up in Manchester. Two ladies came down a platform and said, "Oh, are you Mr Spain?" and spat in my face.  

Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has landed on Twitter. The 'young fogey' politician announced his arrival with a tweet in Latin, something that didn't win over the masses.

Teens who show high levels of impulsiveness and sensation seeking are at risk, a study from the University of Barcelona found. Being extra sensitive and feeling hopeless are also factors.

The unnamed woman is set to spend over £200 on the weekend away - not including food and drink. Her situation was shared on Mumsnet by a pal, who described it as 'the most WTF hen do story'.


Scientists have identified 27 life events that are so damaging to the brain that even one can age it prematurely, potentially leading to diseases such as Alzheimer's later in life.

Funny gifts children give their parents

Parents from around the world have shared the hilarious, touching and downright bizarre gifts they have received from their well-meaning little ones in an online gallery. A handful revealed the handwritten notes they had been given, top centre, top right, bottom left and bottom right, while others posted pictures of their unusual presents, including a beer bag, top left, and unusual candle, bottom centre.

Mother-of-two Wendy Robinson, 53, of Bilston, West Midlands, swindled the sum after she 'killed off' her partner in 1998 - but in fact the pair were living together with their children.

Stephen Hough, 58, has been jailed for 12 years at Mold Crown Court for the manslaughter, buggery and rape of Janet Commins (pictured), 15, in Flint, North Wales, in 1976.

The Electoral Commission said the surge in registered voters was down to a new online registration system that 'transformed' access to elections.

In his first intervention since Theresa May threw away his majority at a disastrous snap general election, David Cameron warned the party could 'slip backwards'.

Sydney woman Justine Damond shot dead by Minnesota police

An Australian woman was dressed in her pyjamas when American police gunned her down, harrowing new details surrounding her death have revealed. Justine Damond (pictured) was at home on Saturday night when she called 911 to report a noise and a possible assault in an alley in South Minneapolis, Minnesota. While police did not have body cameras switched on during the shooting, sources with knowledge of the incident claim the officers arrived at the alley at 11.30pm on Saturday night. Ms Damond reportedly walked up to the patrol car and began talking to the driver when the officer in the passenger seat pulled a gun and shot her. The 40-year-old was originally from Sydney but had been living in the US for three years and was due to marry American businessman Don Damond (centre and right), 50, next month.


Andrew Kerslake (pictured) was given £175,000 compensation by the Government for suffering sexual abuse. A court in Wales ruled however that he needed to give half to his ex-wife.

Peter Lyons, now 92, was just 19 when Fleming asked him to join a specialist Commando Unit he led - the 30th Assault Unit - and tasked with finding German uranium for a nuclear bomb.

New Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker is spotted out in London

New Doctor Who Jodie Whitaker has been spotted out and about with her husband and toddler daughter for the first time since she was announced as the first ever female Time Lord. The actress, 35, was all smiles as she wandered through London with her husband, American actor Christian Contreras, and their little girl. The Broadchurch actress was revealed as Peter Capaldi's successor as Doctor Who on Sunday afternoon following the Men's Wimbledon Final, making her the 13th reincarnation of the much-loved character. The decision to cast a female actress in the role, which has previously been played by men and is currently held by Peter Capaldi, divided fans - but Whittaker was quick to reassure the doubters, telling them 'Don't be scared of my gender.'

Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker is to be the first woman to play Doctor Who. The announcement was made on BBC One and social media around the world after the Men's Wimbledon Final today.

In a flashback to some of her other acting work, scenes have resurfaced from 2014's The Smoke, which feature Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker in a variety of compromising nude situations.

Twitter users joke at backlash against female Dr Who

The decision to cast Jodie Whittaker as the first ever female Dr Who has whipped some fans into a frenzy of indignation. While many praised the BBC and the show's writers for choosing a female actress, others slammed the decision as 'political correctness gone mad' and claimed they would be switching off. However, those who are outraged by the decision have found themselves the butt of the joke in a series of hilarious memes posted by Twitter users.

A mother-to-be took to Mumsnet to explain how her parents and parents-in-law both asked to be told when she went into labour, but that she only wanted to let family know once the baby is born.

New book My Zero-Waste Kitchen reveals how to re-use scraps and compost when possible. You can still eat hard cheese and hard fruits when mouldy if you cut one inch around it, the book says.

Faye Johnson, who has given continued support to the disgraced former Premier League star who was jailed last year, took Lucas to visit Johnson, 30, at HMP Moorland near Doncaster.

Robinsons Fruit Shoot bottles are 'being filled with acid and used as weapons', with police in London 'told to examine any they find during searches', it has been claimed.

Everybody loves a freebie! Prince William is seen enthusiastically rifling through a GOODY BAG in the Royal Box at Wimbledon

Eagle-eyed fans spotted Prince William enthusiastically rifling through a small leather pouch at the Wimbledon men's final yesterday, a gift given to all ticket holders in the Royal Box. The Duke of Cambridge, 35, who was accompanied by his wife Kate briefly took his eyes off the action on Centre Court to examine the free gift, embossed with the Wimbledon logo and 'Royal Box 2017', which certainly seemed to capture his attention.

Federer put on a masterclass against Marin Cilic, who broke down in tears while being crushed by the 35-year-old Swiss in straight sets, with the 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 result sealed in less than two hours.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, was once firmly wedded to her favourite nude court shoes, but of late she's been mixing it up with strappy sandals and patterned block heels.

Muguruza leads out Wimbledon stars for champion's dinner

Garbine Muguruza (pictured centre) led the Wimbledon women along the red carpet as the annual Champions' Dinner last night. The women's singles champion looked elegant in a floor-length white dress and she attended the event with her coach Conchita Martinez, the first Spaniard to win the title back in 1994. British star and mixed doubles finalist Heather Watson (right) was also among the first to arrive, impressing in a floor-length blue dress and gold metallic belt hours after being beaten by Jamie Murray (centre left with his wife Alejandra Gutierrez) and Martina Hingis (left with Dr Harald Leemann). Men's singles champion Roger Federer arrived with his wife Mirka, who donned a floral white dress (centre right). Hours earlier the tennis great thrashed Marin Cilic to claim his eighth Wimbledon title.

Diabetes patients should be having their blood pressure, cholesterol and kidney function tested every year, according to Diabetes UK. This could identify problems before they become serious.

Store an avocado in a paper bag with an apple or a banana to ripen it more quickly as those fruits give off the gas ethylene which helps ripen fruit. The paper bag traps the gases.

Time capsule letter hidden in Sydney home predicts future

A time capsule letter hidden in the wall cavity (inset) of a Sydney home (left) over two decades ago predicted the rise of Islam would spark a 'holy war' and China would grow into a world economic superpower. Tradesman Sasha Ilic found the typed letter preserved in protective plastic while renovating the bathroom of a Rozelle home. Written by Greg Wilkinson (right), who was aged 49 in 1995, the time capsule claimed Islam would prove to be the 'next ideological problem' and boasted that multicultural Australia would remain the 'envy of the world, whatever happens'.

Boris Becker (pictured) lost a huge part of his £100million fortune in dubious investments in Nigerian oil firms. The shares plummeted in value which contributed to his bankruptcy.

Camilla reveals the Charles that no-one knows

With a new portrait to mark her 70th birthday, pictured left, Camilla gives a rare insight into royal life and its peculiar set of demands - as well as a surprising secret about the Prince. While most women her age might favour pottering in their gardens and relaxing in front of the telly, Camilla's workload is heavier than ever. Last year, the Queen's daughter-in-law undertook 221 royal duties at home and abroad.

According to Australian sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein there are some simple tricks that can help re-ignite the passion once a couple has children. 'First, you need to give yourself a break,' she said

You might think weighing yourself religiously and avoiding eating out with friends will make you slim. But, dietitian and nutritionist, Lyndi Cohen, said these 'healthy' habits might be hindering you.

Miranda Kerr shares snaps of wedding to Snapchat founder

Miranda Kerr's backyard wedding to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel was tasteful and intimate - with just 45 friends and family watching as the couple exchanged their vows. But the pared back guest list didn't stop Miranda Kerr from creating the day of her dreams - with the Australian model opening up about her May nuptials in the new edition of U.S. Vogue. For her big day the bride wore a breathtakingly beautiful custom Dior Haute couture gown, painstakingly created for her by the brand's new artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri.

Women were more likely to report having a 'difficult' female co-worker than a 'difficult' male co-worker, according to the study by a George Washington University academic.

Three versions of Primark's Cedar Wood State men's flip flops are being recalled after it was discovered they contain unsafe levels of a chemical called chrysene which is known to cause cancer.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), the country's biggest trust, was at the forefront of a deadly outbreak in 2013 that claimed 30 lives. (stock)

Jenni Morton-Humphreys, 30, planned a sting operation with a stranger and had her expensive German racing bike back within the space of 24 hours from when it was stolen last weekend.

Get the message? Hilarious video shows texters falling into ponds and bumping into lampposts (but the shocking twist at the end will really make you think)

Pedestrians too busy looking at their phones to see the catastrophe ahead have become the unwitting stars of a new safety campaign in South Africa - but not for the reasons they might think. While their hilarious calamities, including one woman who walks straight into a bus stop and a man who falls into a pond, are laugh-out-loud funny, their care-free attitude to their own safety has been used to highlight the dangers of texting while driving. In a campaign put forward by South Africa's Western Cape Government, the short, and extremely powerful, video begins with circus music fitting to watching people run into things because they're too busy texting. It's hilarious.

Two of those killed in the crash near the village of Baxterley, Warwickshire have been named locally as Ryan Barber, 19, and his girlfriend Trudi-Mae Kennell, 18. A third victim has not been named.

Belarussian national Natalya Garkovich, 43, could not break free after her handbag's straps were caught in the carriage door as it pulled away from the subway platform in Rome, Italy.

Ronnie 'The Shark' Clark, of Dundee, installed spyware on a phone her bought for former partner Rebecca Graham and sent her menacing messages, a court heard.

The RAF's new, US-built F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter have been hailed  as the 'most powerful' fast aircraft in history by Sir Michael Fallon, but have been hit with problems.

Shocking moment smug cyclist who thinks he got away with running a red light finds out the HARD WAY why the rules of the road exist

The collision occurred in Ottawa, Canada on Saturday and the video shows the cyclist somersault over a car bonnet while the force of the crash sends the bike more than a meter into the air before it slams back to earth. The couple who recorded the crash took out their dashcam for the very first time that day. 'I recorded for less than two hours before witnessing this and the footage will be very helpful for the family in the vehicle,'Youtube user MrNaDF wrote on the social video platform. 'There was actually a ghost car police officer directly on the corner. She witnessed everything and was immediately in position to help.'

A wide-ranging review, by researchers at the University of Manitoba, found sweeteners - including aspartame, sucralose and stevia - may have negative effects on metabolism.

Retired Nick West is selling his can collection after his wife said she has had enough. Part of their home in Clevedon, North Somerset had to be converted into a beer library to store the items.

A full-scale operation was launched by police after a 999 call about two men with a gun. But when officers arrived to the property in Bournemouth, Dorset, they found eight-year-old Kasim (pictured).



Scottish murder island up for sale without its lighthouse

Little Ross Island, off the coast of south west Scotland, is up for grabs for around the same price as a two-bedroom flat in Edinburgh city centre. But buyers should note that it's lighthouse is not included. The 29-acre island is home to a 19th century, fully automated lighthouse tower. Little Ross gained national media attention in August 1960 when two visitors discovered the body of interim keeper Hugh Clark. Robert Dickson, another relief keeper, was initially sentenced to hang for the murder, but his punishment was later changed to life imprisonment.

The 999 crews had to use cutting gear to free an injured man, in his forties, after the ride stopped 'in mid air' at the Pleasurewood Hills theme park in Lowestoft yesterday afternoon.

Annie Robb was clearing out the freezer in her Hertfordshire home when she spotted an old curry at the back. She decided to defrost it and was stunned to discover her husband's lost wedding ring inside.

The Manchester Nasfat Islamic Centre on Droylsden Road was set on fire last night in a suspected arson attack. Today officers are treating the incident as suspicious.

Karen Frederick, a former call handler at South Central Ambulance Service, lifted the lid on new plans to deal with a rising number of 999 calls including carrying out video assessments.

Another 16-year-old suffered a serious leg injury and a 15-year-old had minor injuries from the crash in the early hours of Sunday in Wimbledon, south west London.

Executives from Essential met with UK operators, including EE, last week to thrash out a deal to supply their handsets later this year, and similar moves are expected for Japan and western Europe.

Unlike the January deadline, which requires self-employed people to make a tax payment to HMRC and submit their self-assessment form, the July deadline is for a tax payment only.

Leah Kerry, from Newton Abbot in Devon, is said to have fallen unconscious after taking a now-banned substance. Jacob Khanlarian, 20, has been charged with possession with intent to supply.

Sales of a controversial high-strength tonic wine Buckfast (pictured) are soaring as it breaks into the best-selling alcohol brands league table for the first time.

Minute by minute, how the drama of Dunkirk of unfolded - and how one British soldier dressed his French bride in a military uniform to smuggle her across the Channel

A new film (left) is retelling the miracle of Dunkirk, a brave rescue mission that turned defeat into an unlikely triumph. But the real story needs no embellishment from Hollywood. On Saturday, we told how a flotilla of little ships was mobilised in 1940 to save British and Allied troops from the relentless German bombardment as they waited, trapped on the French coast. Today, in this gripping minute-by-minute account, we reveal the astonishing acts of courage that made it all possible.

British snapper Michelle Howell came first in the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers' Creatures Great and Small competition with her image of an exotic frog.

Shane Bryant, 29, of Birmingham, died on Saturday, two days after he and a friend robbed a Co-Op store in Ashby, Leicestershire while wielding a golf club and baseball bat.

Travellers at the airport can be anxious about their luggage and moments waiting for bags to show up on a turnstile can seem like forever. New video from Manchester Airport shows how it's done.

The study, carried out in Bangladesh, aims to investigate kissing behaviours in non-Western countries. It discovered that humans have a bias towards leaning to the right when kissing partners.

Things you didn’t know everyday objects could do

Pictured, clockwise from top left, the loop on the back of some button-down shirts was introduced in the 1960s so that the garment could be hung up on 'locker pegs' to avoid creasing in the absence of a hanger; the hole on the end of a tape measure can be hooked onto nails to avoid slippage; This little panel found on the back of many backpacks were originally designed for hikers to attach rope cable to; that small triangle on your petrol gauge indicates what side of the car to access your pump from, so you'll never have to get out of a hire car to check again; the hole in a plane window is to prevent it from imploding should one of the three panes break; and the indent in the bottom of wine bottles allows sediment to settle into a tight space so it's not released as easily when the wine is poured.

Criminals are avoiding justice because 'lazy' police do not know or understand the law well enough according to Nazir Afzal, who led prosecutions against the Rochdale child sex ring.

The Metropolitan Police have just 11 weeks left to find Madeleine McCann before £85,000 funding from the Home Office runs out, but officers are still determined to find the child.

Some patients have been put off the pills because they are put off by misleading scare stories, scientists said. Six million Britons take statins every day to reduce their cholesterol.

The new trend in wearable technology are devices called mood monitors, so Femail tried out the wrist gadgets claiming to help women to improve their emotional wellbeing.

NEW Leigh-Anne Galloway, a Boston-based security expert, found that the password re-call for old accounts only requires the user's name, username and date of birth - details easily found online.

Hilariously misspelled cakes should never left the bakery

Florida-based blog Cake Wrecks has published photos of hilarious cakes again and this time they all have hilarious messages misspelled incredibly badly piped on top of them. The worst ones are (clockwise from top left to right): 'wishes' being misspelled as 'wisites'; a very incorrect spelling of birthday; a cake which the mother of the child who gave it to her will probably not be too pleased with; a bake that misspells someone's beloved hobby; proof that the child of this father needs to take up spelling lessons; and a much ruder spelling of 'communion'.

Kim Jong-un's henchmen said he was 'unfazed' over Donald Trump's calls for tougher action against the reclusive nation after it claimed to have built a missile capable of reaching the US.

The radio signals were detected using the Arecibo Observatory, a large radio telescope located in Puerto Rico. The mysterious signals appear to be coming from dwarf star Ross 128.

It is estimated one million children access pornography websites each month. An NSPCC study found half of secondary school pupils had watched online pornography.

Brave beauty expert Alice Hart-Davis tried out the new Tixel wrinkle-blaster, which uses titanium rods hotter than your oven to blitz crow's feet. She found the device worked - but the scorching was not painless.

Researchers studying clownfish at Moorea in French Polynesia have found hormonal changes occur in males after a partner is eaten, causing them to become larger and more aggressive.

Lisa Bond took her white nag Creamy into the White Hart and treated him to his favourite salt and vinegar snack. His unusual presence caused a stir at the pub in Ludgvan, Penzance, Cornwall.

A top Kurdish counter-terrorism official said he was 99 per cent sure that al-Baghdadi, who was reported to have been killed in Iraq, is hiding in the group's de-facto capital of Raqqa, Syria.

Writer Geraldine Bedell asks if the new trend for 'gran-nups' -a 'discretionary trust' that  lets the donor 'choose who gets what and when' - is a good thing, and concludes that it can go either way.

Jeremy Meeks' ex Melissa shares a family snap at Disney

Melissa Meeks (right) shared a photo with her two young sons posing with the Star Wars character Chewbacca during a family trip to Disney after posting a solo photo she captioned 'Wishing you all a blessed Sunday'. Meanwhile, Jeremy Meeks, 33, and Green, 26, were seen dining out together at the swanky Italian restaurant Madeo in Los Angeles. It came after they put on a defiant display at Rush Hour club in Dortmund, Germany. The pair appeared to ignore the criticism swirling around their relationship, as they openly kissed and downed champagne in front of club-goers days after Meeks filed for a legal separation from Melissa.

The NHS advises that everyone should eat fish at least twice a week - including one portion of oily fish such as salmon or tuna. But 64 per cent of people do not meet this target, a poll found.

The corporation's list of its most generously paid stars is set to have 'astounding omissions' that will reveal women are not being paid as much - despite doing
the same jobs - it was claimed.

Helen Mulloy Reid, 55, a beauty therapist and make-up artist who lives in Bath, reveals her secrets to staying young. They include bathtime facials, DIY beauty and community fitness.

Jacques de Vos, an underwater photographer who is based in Norway, freedives with killer whales on a regular basis in a bid to capture them in action.

James Wannerton has synesthesia, a condition that links the senses so for him, taste and hearing are linked. He has listened to the biggest hits of the last 30 years to identify what songs taste like.

A woman has had fillers injected in her cheeks but now hates them as they look 'unnatural'. Dr Tracy Mountford advised that she can have the injections dissolved if they are made from hyaluronic acid.

Daniel Rotariu, 31, had 96 per cent pure sulphuric acid poured over him by Katy Leong while he slept in their Leicester home in July 2016, after she tested it on a sausage first.

James Giuliani, an ex-enforcer for one of the biggest Mafia families in the US has turned his back on a life of crime to care for Brooklyn's abused animals with his Keno's Animal Sanctuary.

Shocking moment an Indian woman is brutally beaten with hockey sticks by two of her in-laws for giving birth to a GIRL

Video footage shows the shocking moment an Indian woman was viciously beaten by her in-laws for giving birth to a girl and a dowry dispute. The disturbing clip, taken from the top of a flight of stairs, shows the woman screaming as she is lashed with hockey sticks from the front and back by two men, her brother in law and one of his friends. The victim, identified as 35-year-old Meena Kashyap, was beaten last week after her husband's family out she had made a previous violence complaint in April, local reports say. According to reports, the victim, from Patiala, Punjab, gave birth to a girl whom the latter's family refused to accept and a number of beatings followed.

US intelligence officials claimed to have evidence that UAE leaders were behind the breach which occurred at the end of May. Qatar's Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani is pictured.

Nine in ten children's units in the UK are worried about how they will cope in the foreseeable future, according to a survey by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

The everyday lives of Bedouins - 100 years ago

The images, which were taken over a 50-year period in various locations from Jordan to Jerusalem, show the historic practices of tribes living in the deserts of North Africa and the Middle East. Photographs show men and women living their day to day lives, gathering around makeshift tents and huts. One man is pictured playing a single stringed instrument known as a Rababeh (bottom centre) while a Bedouin woman is seen wielding a blade in preparation for a sword-dance (bottom right). Others show a horse rider at an American colony in Jerusalem (top right) and a woman in traditional clothing (left).

Central Coast mother-of-four, Mel Watts, recently shared a graphic image of her infected C section scar - as she used a hairdryer on the cool setting to treat it.

Footage showed armed men on motorcycles shooting indiscriminately at hundreds of people lining up to cast their ballots in Caita, a working-class neighborhood in the capital Caracas.

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke out as he joined huge crowds near the iconic July 15 Martyrs' Bridge in Istanbul to remember 250 people who died on July 15, 2016 resisting the coup.

Zoe Buxton and Lucy Fretwell, 26, from Ballymena, Northern Ireland, have a one-in-two-million condition, called fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, which causes bone to replace muscle.

The global service will rival social networks by allowing users to message, share videos and photos, apply @mention tags and filters. Amazon has already surveyed customers on possible new features.

Wrong kind of runway, girls! Giggling models risk their lives standing in front of a plane as it takes off and roars just over their heads

Footage shows nine women lined up on an airstrip thought to be in the north-western Indian state of Rajasthan. A Cessna light aircraft then roars along the runway behind them and the pilot lifts the craft's nose just in time to clear the models' heads. The models lower their heads and laugh as the plane passes overhead. An official from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said the body was investigating the video.

Charles Bronson, who rebranded himself as Charles Salvador in homage to surrealist painter Salvador Dali, has released another batch of art drawn from inside HMP Wakefield.


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Tour de FARCE! BMX boy who is about to race over the finish line in first place decides he's just not that fussed about winning

The fun-sized BMX race was filmed at the Rapid Wheels, Dutch Championship when little Senn Swieters careens down the course like a pro but then turns around just before the finish line.The video shows three cute competitors take to the course on their mini scramblers in a little tackers' walking bike race, bright coloured helmets firmly in place on their tiny heads. They are neck and neck until a little girl in a pink helmet finds the first hill to be a slight obstacle. An attendant quickly comes to her aid but then the third competitor starts sliding backwards down the hill back towards the start line. The two little competitors are momentarily absorbed in all this drama and in the effort of conquering this first 'hill' in the course. With his competitors distracted, little racer boy Senn, in a bright green helmet stays absolutely focused, grabs his opportunity and takes to the course like a professional.

Perth teenager Daniel Thai, 16, solved a Rubik's cube puzzle in just 17 seconds while on a train in front of a crowd of amazed passengers who wanted to know how fast he could do it.

Oar-struck! Magical moment kayaking brothers become 'dauntingly' close to migrating 50ft-long Baleen whales off the coast of the Falklands Islands 

Bill and Tom Chater, 40 and 41, from Stanley, Falkland Islands, paddled half a mile from shore to view the magnificent 50-foot-long and 60-tonne sea creatures. The brothers say they were within hand's reach of one of the South Right whales and watched in awe as another majestically splashed its rear fin out of the water. Despite the whales living off plankton, krill and copepods, they say the experience was 'daunting' due their size but that it was an 'unforgettable' experience. Bill, a trainee helicopter pilot, said: "It was very exciting, something I have always hoped to be able to do.


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Paddington's WHERE? Stunned driver films two men riding a motorbike with a giant brown BEAR sat in the sidecar 

Nicholas Pasynkov said he was driving in Syktyvkar, the capital city of the Komi Republic which is a 'federal subject' of Russia, when he saw the large bear calmly riding in a motorcycle. Pasynkov said it was an unusual sight on the streets of his town. And to make the sight even more animaltastic the bear-bearing sidecar was designed to resemble the face of a wolf. The bear was actually a trained animal performing in a traveling circus run by a motorcycle club called the Polar Wolves bike club, India.com reports. In the video, the large bear towers over its human drivers while the man sitting alongside it even strokes it affectionately.

Previously undiscovered memoirs written by Dame Catherine Cookson (pictured) towards the end of her life reveal she endured more hardship and heartbreak than any of her heroines.

Photos by Diana Bagnoli document the 'Boukout' ritual in the Mlomb village in Casamance, Senegal. The aim of the ritual, known as 'Boukout', is to induct young men into society.

Children are meant to do at least 60 minutes of moderate activity a day
But only 29 per cent of five year olds manage to achieve this falling to 17 per cent of 12 year olds.

The WIG reveal! Hilarious moment barber realises he's been duped as a customer pulls off his £2 hair-piece ... to uncover his smooth BALD head

Balding Andrew Gee, 28, bought the wig from a car boot sale before visiting Adam's Barbers in Rugeley, Staffordshire, with friends Scott Choppin and Jack Bas who filmed the prank. Andrew told the unsuspecting barber 41-year-old barber Adam Mohammed to cut his 'hair' carefully with scissors - and allowed him to carry on for more than two minutes before finally whipping it off to reveal his balding head.



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