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US offers a sneak peak of Trump's 'fire and fury'

U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers (main and left) from the military base in Guam (inset) took part in the mission hours before North Korea revealed it was 'carefully examining' plans to make 'an enveloping fire' around the U.S. territory, which is home to about 163,000 people and a sprawling military base. Pyongyang's warning came after President Donald Trump (bottom right) told the country that any threat to the U.S. would be met with 'fire and fury like the world has never seen.' Officials later released images of two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers from the military base in Guam taking part in a strategic bilateral mission with South Korea and Japan. During a ten-hour exercise on Monday, the aircraft flew from Guam's Andersen Air Force Base towards Kyushu, Japan, the East China Sea, and the Korean peninsula. North Korea said the exercise 'proves that the U.S. imperialists are nuclear war maniacs' while officials in Guam say they have been reassured by the White House that 'America will be defended.'

Car ploughs into and injures six soldiers in Paris

Six men were injured when a BMW was driven into a patrol of special anti-terrorism forces as they were leaving their barracks in Levallois-Perret, a suburb of the French capital.Two of the soldiers are reported to be seriously injured. The driver fled the scene and police are looking for the vehicle. The mayor of Levallois-Perret, Patrick Balkany, said the incident had 'without any doubt' been deliberate, branding it an 'odious act of aggression'.

A feisty restaurant owner is Sligo has slammed an Australian tourist who wrote a review complaining the jacket he left behind hadn't arrived in Sydney yet, leaving a brutal response in return.

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In the first case of its kind, Gideon Roseman managed to track down his stolen money after it been sent to a crook's account - and get every penny back.

The youngest of the two brothers who tortured two boys, aged nine and 11, near a ravine in Edlington, in 2009, has been recalled to prison, having been caught with a knife. Pictured, the boys in court.

August is the wettest of the three summer months, a study from econometrics professor Terence Mills found. Where has all the sun gone, asks John Naish

Pictured: Drama teacher who had sex with pupil

Sarah Barton, 37, admitted to having sex with the girl in a hotel after arranging a trip to the theatre in London to watch the beloved Roald Dahl play. The Essex-based teacher, 37, has been told she will never teach again after admitting 12 allegations of misconduct at a teacher disciplinary panel. The panel heard that Barton had struck up a friendship with the girl in the academic year 2015/2016.

Furious holidaymakers had already been put up in hotels after their original flight from London Heathrow Airport was cancelled on Sunday afternoon due to a technical fault.

Britain's cheapest pub chain has doubled the price of its large breakfast, ultimate burger and Caesar salad at Stansted Airport and Gatwick compared to what it charges on high streets.

Man took wife hostage after she failed lie detector test

Alan Kent, 38, (pictured right) locked himself and his wife Louise (left) inside their home (inset) in Colchester, Essex, before threatening to kill himself because she had cheated on him. Officers spent a number of hours negotiating with Kent, who was hanging out of an upstairs window, and reportedly had two children inside the house at the time. The stand-off took place shortly after Kent appeared on ITV's Jeremy Kyle Show, after suspecting his 26-year-old wife was having a three-month affair behind his back. Kyle described him as 'his favourite guest ever' due to his smart three-piece suit, accompanied with trainers, and laid back attitude.

Here is the Nudes at Ten: BBC worker is spotted watching a VERY inappropriate video on office computer over presenter Sophie Raworth's shoulder

Viewers tuning into the BBC's News at Ten got an eyeful when a woman exposed her naked breasts on a computer screen - just yards behind presenter Sophie Raworth. A BBC worker, who was wearing headphones and slumped in his chair, was spotted watching the woman remove her bra in the raunchy movie scene. Ms Raworth, 49, was presenting a live piece on the England cricket team's victory over South Africa, but eagle-eyed viewers noticed the screen over her shoulder. Around 3.8million viewers watched the show and one person tweeted: '@BBCNews why is there a porn video playing behind one of your news anchors during a report?' The actress was wearing a black jumper while standing over a man during the clip which could be seen on Monday evening. In what is believed to be an action movie, she then removed her bra to reveal her breasts during the striptease.

Pictured: Guzel, 23, who had just had her hair done and was driving to her wedding when the Nissan - driven by a 31-year-old man - smashed into her Lada and killed her

Guzel Zakirova, 23, had just had her hair done and was driving to her wedding when her Lada was 'crumpled like a tin' when a Nissan smashed into it in the Bashkortostan area of Russia.

Hannah Bushell-Walsh details bond with Asperger's husband

Hannah Bushell-Walsh, from Norfolk, details her unique relationship with her Asperger's suffering husband Steve. She writes: 'Even now, when we go out to a restaurant as a family, it is always me who walks in first, who asks for a table, orders and pays. Steve will sit there, his head down. At times, it feels like I am responsible for everyone and that can get tiring. When we were dating, I sometimes found his behaviour hilarious. I'll never forget the party where Steve was cornered by a drunk woman who was clearly attracted to him. She was relaying something to him in a rather emotional manner and, for an hour at least, he just stood there, listening and nodding sympathetically, entirely oblivious to her advances.'

Remorseful: When given a chance to speak before her sentencing, Lajiness called what happened ’the biggest regret of my life'

Brooke Lajiness, 38, a married mom-of-two from Michigan, was sentenced on Monday to 57 months to 15 years after pleading guilty to having sex with two boys, aged 14 and 15, last summer.

The day the SAS entered Hell at Belsen

By the spring of 1945, the SAS was an established covert force, charting successes in every theatre of war, from deserts to freezing wastelands. In the concluding part of our electrifying serialisation, official historian BEN MACINTYRE reveals the unimaginable horror that members of the regiment encountered in the last days of the war. Lieutenant John Randall and his driver were motoring through forests of pine and silver birch in northern Germany when a terrible smell hit them, a cloying stench of rot and excrement that seemed to hang in the air like a plague miasma. They were the first Allied soldiers to enter Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. At that moment there appeared a smiling figure in SS uniform who introduced himself as Josef Kramer, the commandant. He offered the visitors a tour of the camp, declaring absurdly that he was not responsible for the condition of the inmates.

Many pensioners in larger homes in the UK are unable to move because buyers are put off by stamp duty, which costs £143,000 on a £2million property or £20,000 on a £600,000 home.

Last week Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank, signalled that the base rate could rise to 0.5 per cent by next summer before reaching 1 per cent or higher by mid-2020.

Duke and Duchess of York head to Scotland with Eugenie

The Duchess of York joined Prince Andrew and their daughter Princess Eugenie as they arrived in Scotland yesterday to holiday with the Queen at Balmoral. Despite there being regular flights to Aberdeen for as little as £62, the group flew in on a private jet. Andrew, left, was first off the plane, asking the waiting royal staff to load their suitcases into the car that had been brought for them to drive to Balmoral. Next out was Sarah Ferguson, centre, who took her spot in the passenger seat before Princess Eugenie, right, emerged. Prince Andrew then went to get their dogs, inset. They were just missing Princess Beatrice, understood to be on holiday. She is expected to join them later this month. Andrew and his daughters plan to spend several weeks at Balmoral enjoying time with the lady they call 'Super Gran'.

Myra Ali, 29, from Solihull, West Midland, suffers from a genetic complaint known as epidermolysis bullosa - also called the 'butterfly condition' - where skin is so delicate it tears constantly.

Jess Emmett, 21, from Leeds, ballooned to almost 21 stone and would hide in the toilet at school to avoid PE lessons - but an unflattering photo made her lose weight.

Chloe Ayling tells how she rejected kidnapper's advances

Glamour model Chloe Ayling fended off sexual advances from one of her kidnappers by promising to have sex with him when her ordeal was over, she told police. The 20-year-old, from Caulsdon, Surrey, left and right, said Lukasz Herba told her he was being driven crazy with lust as he watched her shower. She said oddball Herba, 30, slept next to her in a double bed, he bought her underwear and chocolates during her six-day ordeal. Miss Ayling was taken to a remote Italian farmhouse after being kidnapped, drugged with ketamin and stuffed in a suitcase when she arrived in Italy for a fake photo shoot. In an extraordinary 3,500 word statement made to Italian Police, inset, seen by by MailOnline, Miss Ayling said: 'MD (Herba) tried various sexual advances with me but I always stopped it by putting it off to the future are more intimate knowledge of each other. In effect I was leading him to believe that we would have become more intimate friends when this kidnapping was over.'

Details of the email demanding sent by kidnapped British model Chloe Ayling's abductor demanding a ransom for her safe return can today be revealed for the first time by MailOnline.

Conor Keyes, who is the father of Chloe Ayling's 21-month-old son, appeared to be surprised that the model posed in a skimpy top and hot pants outside her mother's home in south London.

Chloe Ayling shown 'dazed' in sick Dark Web advert

Chilling photographs show a young blonde women, believed to be model Chloe Ayling, lying helplessly on a floor after allegedly being kidnapped and drugged (left and right). The shocking images were emailed to a number of British newspapers and publications and appear to show the 20-year-old from Coulsdon, South London (pictured inset), on her back. She was wearing a pink leotard-type garment inside the property which is thought to be the remote house near Turin where was held hostage for up to six days. In one of the pictures, it appears she had a sick and twisted Dark Web advert pinned to her stomach which asked bidders to start their offers at $300,000. Miss Ayling told police she had been lured to a fake photoshoot in Milan where was drugged, stripped and handcuffed before being bundled into a suitcase in a car. Miss Ayling's captors allegedly tried to sell her on an online auction and police have been holding their prime suspect - Polish man Lukasz Herba, who moved to the UK several years ago.

People have shared the worst meals they've had to eat to avoid causing offence on Reddit - and they may put you off your next meal. One was served boiled grass and a fish from the sewers.

Flooding in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire included scenes of 3ft (1m) deep standing water - and residents fled a block of flats in Ashford, Kent, after it was set on fire after being struck by lightning.

'If William is king one day... I wouldn't let you back in the country': Australian TV host attacks Paul Burrell live on air after former butler says Kate Middleton will NEVER measure up to Princess Diana

Today host Karl Stefanovic has slammed the former butler of Princess Diana after he made explosive remarks about the Duchess of Cambridge. Paul Burrell - who is currently in Australia - tried to backtrack on his comments on Wednesday morning just one day after saying Kate Middleton will never measure up to her mother-in-law's legacy. Appearing on Channel Nine, a defiant Stefanovic pressed Mr Burrell - who is currently on the Gold Coast - over his recent controversial views.

Diana's rainbow of rare stones & her favourites were fakes

One thing Diana disliked was blending in. And what better way to reflect her vibrant, colourful character than adorning herself in gemstones of every hue? It's not easy to wear colourful stones, but she was unafraid to experiment, as this emerald headband, right, and ruby choker suggest. Diana also took great delight in fooling royal-watchers into thinking she was wearing priceless heirlooms when they were cheap trinkets, such as the star shaped white bead with onyx-lookalike gems, pictured inset.

Businessman Joseph Crombie grabbed Rafal Czech, functions manager at the Deer Park Golf and Country Club in Livingston, West Lothian, by the shirt and swore at him.

Bill Burr, Washington-based author of 'NIST Special Publication 800-63. Appendix A' said he regrets advising people to change passwords every 90 days and encouraging them to use obscure characters.

Dog hiding in the kitchen leaves the internet baffled

Dogs are known for being full of energy and overly keen for human attention. So when you walk into a room with a young pup, they're normally incredibly hard to miss. But someone seemingly forgot to tell that to one canine, who has left the internet stumped by managing to camouflage itself inside a kitchen in Sydney, Australia.

Teenage mother living in a mould-infested flat breaks down after being given a new home of her own for FREE by a millionaire who slept rough as a child

A multi-millionaire property developer gave a struggling single mother a home of her own for free after growing up in similar circumstances. Marco Robinson, 49, is worth £25 million, and bought a three bedroom flat in Preston, Lancashire for the sole purpose of giving it away to someone in need. Around 8,000 people applied, with Marco eventually deciding to hand the flat over to 18-year-old Holly, who had described being 'stuck in the bottom of the pit', unable to get out.

German athletes have been warned not to shake hands with other competitors at London 2017 by their team medics as a stomach bug continues to cause chaos at the event.

A black Lamborghini Huracan Spyder (pictured) which disappeared after being driven from Zurich to London has been found by a private investigator in a shipping container headed for Africa.

JAN MOIR on Chloe Green and Jeremy Meeks

On the latest leg of their perma-holiday, Chloe Green and her jailbird boyfriend Jeremy Meeks attended a festival in Barbados. The couple, still in the passionate throes of a grisly summer romance, got into the spirit of the event by dressing up in fiesta costumes while snogging lasciviously at every opportunity. And millions of us, perhaps still digesting our breakfast or feeling a little tender about life, really wish they had not.

Glen Campbell's daughter Ashley mourns father on Twitter

The daughter of the late Glen Campbell has shared an emotional tribute to her father on Twitter. Just hours after the Rhinestone Cowboy hitmaker was pronounced dead following his battle with Alzheimer's disease, Ashley remembered her father with a poignant post on Twitter. She lamented: 'Heartbroken. I owe him everything I am, and everything I ever will be. He will be remembered so well and with so much love.'

Researchers at Louisiana State University used the technique to uncover exactly where more than 100 of the birds swim, even though only half that number were fitted with tracking devices.

Amal and George Clooney enjoy dinner in Lake Como

They jetted to Italy last week for their first ever holiday with their newborn twins Ella and Alexander - who they welcomed in June.  But George and Amal Clooney took a night off their parenting duties on Tuesday, to instead enjoy dinner in Lake Como with Amal's mother Baria. The barrister 39, looked truly radiant in a silk striped jumpsuit as she arrived at the swanky Gatto Nero restaurant hand-in-hand with her man, 56 - who cut an incredibly fatigued figure in comparison, as a new dad. 

Relationship expert Tracey Cox reveals that 'single blacklisting' still happens among friends. She says your paired-up pals may leave you out of plans because they see you as a 'threat'.

We're constantly being told that to get the best deals on everything from broadband to energy and insurance we should switch, switch, switch. But it's not always as simple as we're led to believe.



Taylor Swift shows up to second day of jury selection

Taylor Swift showed up to the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse in Denver on Tuesday for the second day of jury selection for the 'groping' trial against former DJ David Mueller (right). Her lawyer accused Mueller of changing his account of what happened seven times and said he destroyed five electronic devices containing evidence. The jury selection was completed at 9.29am local time, following a series of peremptory strikes on both sides. Approximately 30 of her fans waited outside hoping to catch a glimpse of the starlet who entered through he side entrance away from the media.

The intervention represents a radical departure from the policy of Theresa May, who pushed through reforms to reduce the number of stop and searches by police.

Rebecca Miller, 39, pleaded not guilty to causing the death of retired security guard Clive Mauger by dangerous driving on Blue Bell Hill between Chatham and Maidstone in Kent.

A 'golden generation' of older people are enjoying dramatically higher incomes than pensioners in 1977 - and have seen their wealth rise relative to the working population.

British graduates will pay as much as £18,000 extra on their student loans because an outdated measure of inflation is used to set their interest rates.

Fifty officers are working on the mystery of why the elderly father-of-two was repeatedly knifed during a morning stroll with his two dogs through woodland near East Harling in Norfolk (pictured).

Dog behavior expert Cesar Millan has teamed up with Amazon's Audible to create audiobooks for dogs, which use human voices to tell stories to dogs when nobody is at home, keeping then company.

Inside the sex dungeon where 'chopper copper' got kicks

NEW 'Chopper copper' Adrian Pogmore (bottom inset) would visit Sheffield swingers' club La Chambre (right), which has a sex dungeon, Kama Sutra room and playrooms where guests can 'take part in orgies'. The 51-year-old has been jailed for a year for filming a couple having sex in their back garden (left) and naked women sunbathing at their homes using South Yorkshire Police's £2million helicopter (top inset). He was branded 'deviant' by his colleagues and sacked by the force after admitting misconduct in a public office.

The Hampshire County Cup final descended into chaos when a man in his '50s or 60s' squared up to an opponent and allegedly headbutted him during the prestigious event in Southampton.

Elvis Cojocariu swam for four hours in the early hours of the morning with a buoy under one arm after the boat he and his three friends were using was hit by a larger vessel ten miles off the coast of Shoreham.

The cards, which look very much like the 'something for you' notes the postman leaves when you are not in to receive a parcel, have reportedly been delivered to homes in the UK.

Some 28 per cent of Britons say they have cut back on meat consumption over the past six months. Another 14 per cent are interested in limiting their consumption of meat or poultry in the future.

Philip Hammond's personal approval rating has dropped to a record low of -2.54 percent after the Chancellor proposed his three year transition period for the UK leaving the EU.

Aerial photographs show the huge scale of the Light and Life Gypsy Church convention at Thame Showground in Oxfordshire with the number of attendees set to double to 6,000 this week.

Ballerina linked to Abramovich at Chelsea match

NEW The Russian oligarch, 50, who is worth £7billion, and his magazine editor wife Dasha Zhukova (inset together) have 'amicably' agreed to part ways, but will continue to work together for their joint businesses and two children. Just days after they announced their separation there has been talk in Russia media of Abramovich's links to glamorous ballerina Diana Vishneva, 41. The dancer was first rumoured to be linked to Abramovich three years ago by some Russian media reports, but were they dismissed at the time by the tycoon, whose friends have also denied the latest claims. Ms Vishneva (left), who is currently in London where she has been performing in Anna Karenina with the Mariinsky Ballet at the Royal Opera House, posted photos of herself at Chelsea's match with Arsenal (right).

Ash Ruiz serenaded his grandmother in an emotional exchange on her 98th birthday in Palm Beach, Florida, with her favorite song 'Unforgettable' by Nat King Cole.

Nadeem Muhammad, 43, has been found guilty at Manchester Crown Court of possessing explosives with intent to endanger life or property after a pipe bomb was found in his hand luggage.

The playful Jack Russell called Oscar was out for a walk in South Wales with his owners when he was suddenly bitten by the deadly snake.

Shocking new data reveals hundreds of pupils have been punished in the last four years for sexual acts, including assaulting or harassing other children (file image).

The concept of free banking is a 'myth', a UK investigation has found. Nine in ten current accounts charge fees, either via a monthly fee, or for using an overdraft.

Lucy Mountain compares 'healthy' snacks to naughty treats

Lucy Mountain, aka The Fitness Fashion Foodie, has a 'no BS' approach to life. The 25-year-old, from London, educates 65,000 followers about portion sizes and how to eat what you want in a healthy way. Her motto is 'everything in moderation' and she shows how to live a balanced life. Her photos reveal that many 'healthy' treats are as calorific as 'naughty' ones, including (clockwise from top left) crisps and vegetable crisps; almonds and Fruit Pastilles; Belvita breakfast biscuits and McVitie's Digestives; and Green&Black;'s chocolate and Free-From chocolate.

An estimated 20,000 girls suffer in the UK a year at the hands of FGM, but a disproportionate amount of these are from African or Middle Eastern families.

The stamps show North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un signing an order to fire the missile, several stages of the launch, the rocket in the air, and Kim celebrating afterwards with his generals.

Kim Jong Un has reported produced 60 of the weapons which will fit inside the deadly missiles he has been testing in recent months.

Wipe-out! Hilarious moment man tries to chat up a bikini-clad woman while riding a hydro-jet only to suffer an epic crash

Video shows the unidentified man showing off some impressive moves as he balanced on the hydro-jet several feet above the water below him. He began dancing to the music blaring over the bay as crowds watched on from the water and the nearby jetty. One bikini clad woman in particular appeared to catch his attention and he jetted over towards her. But when he goes to jump the railing to speak to her, the water jets propel him head first into a large set of speakers. It is not clear where the incident took place.

Members of Britain's new carrier strike group including the HMS Queen Elizabeth are engaged with the US Navy and other international allies in Exercise Saxon Warrior off the coast of Scotland.

A veritable village of 4,000sq ft underwater villas is set to lay anchor in the man-made The World Islands, Dubai, promising panoramic views of the Persian Gulf under the sea.

It ran for 26 years and was renowned for giving big stars their first break. Now The Bill's stars have reunited seven years after the show was axed in honour of its impending return to screens.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Rebecca Meldrum, 28, from Aberdeen, shared the photograph of the 'True Knot' cord this morning as her daughter, Poppy, continues to be treated in NICU at Aberdeen hospital.

Eloise Dixon was saved when her former paratrooper husband sped to a police station - despite gunmen blasting all four tyres when he drove in to a Brazilian slum called Agua Santa.

Vertebrae and rib bones were among the finds discovered at the quarry at La Flecha ranch, Chubut Province, Argentina, in 2013, and a new analysis suggests they belonged to six dinosaurs.

Wrap star: Billionaire's teenage son, AKA Money Kicks, gets a £200,000 Ferrari covered in Louis Vuitton print, despite being TOO YOUNG to drive it 

Rashed Saif Belhasa, 15, from Dubai has built an online profile under the name Money Kicks, and he flaunts his latest purchases, including this Ferrari F12 Berlinetta with its 6.3-litre V12 engine, on YouTube and Instagram. But he will not be able to drive the powerful car until he turns 18 - the legal driving age in Dubai. His Youtube channel alone has 750,000 followers and his Instagram has 659,000 followers. This Ferrari video was viewed 1,296,987 times already. 'It's all about the detail,' he says emphatically in the video, referring to the extensive print on the car.

Several beaches on the Canary Islands have been closed, including Playa de las Teresitas on Tenerife, after an increase in blooms of an algae known as 'toxic sawdust' that causes skin irritation.

Tuesday's episode of Dog Rescuers sees a Spaniel puppy from Essex get rescued with a horrific injury. Guinness had a huge gash in his neck after wearing a collar that he had outgrown.

A family inside the car can be heard screaming with laughter while filming the hilarious footage (shown), which was recorded inside the monkey enclosure of Knowsley Safari Park in Merseyside.

A study led by a researcher at the Virginia Tech College of Science found that these nanoparticles travel far globally on air currents, and can enter the lungs and potentially the bloodstream too.

A van, hedge and garage door were destroyed by fire after as a Lincoln man used a weed-killing blow torch and says the flames were caught by the wind, which quickly spread the blaze next door.

Alabama woman's first day of school in pool Facebook photo

A mom in Alabama shared what many mothers are thinking in a Facebook post, when she sent all three of her children off to school for the first time since beginning her family 11 years ago. Jena Willingham (in the pool) and her husband Edd came up with a hilarious photo opp to commemorate the family's first; mom in a pool to send off all three children to school at the same time. Jena said after dealing with non-stop summer bickering between her children 11-year-old Wrangler, 7-year-old Emmy, and 4-year-old Sykes (outside the pool and right), at their home in Beulah she was eager for the break.

Robert Hannigan (pictured) said it was the national duty of parents to ensure youngsters enjoyed more screen time as opposed to letting them 'mooch around on the streets'.

New video has emerged showing Malia Obama dozing off as she was driven off the Lollapalooza festival site in Chicago in a golf cart Friday night.

Raptor robbers have decapitated three dinosaurs seeking refuge in Canberra and done a runner with their heads after using hacksaws and angle grinders to chop their heads of.

Kris Maharaj, pictured, was sentenced to death for the murders of Derrick and Duan Moo Young in a Miami hotel room in 1987 - despite claims the pair laundered cash for Pablo Escobar.

North Carolina firm Trailblazer Firearms has released a pint sized pistol that can deliver up to five deadly .22 shots and weighs just seven ounces (198g), less than a Big Mac.

A UK Asian hornet invasion could be stopped if beekeepers and the general public are vigilant and able to identify them, researchers from the University of Warwickshire have said.

Prankster parents love getting up to mischief

Some mothers and fathers just can't resist the opportunity for a role reversal, taking any change they get to play pranks on their long-suffering children. Clockwise from top left: Scottish comedian Joe Heenan as a villian from Coraline; a tough love cake; an equally tough love note; dad stealing the show; a solution to night time wandering and prom night protection.

Ben Parkinson, 33, lost both legs and suffered more than 40 injuries in a bomb attack in Afghanistan 11 years ago and plans to sue the MoD and the NHS over his care plans.

These images, once in black and white, show everyday life in South Africa more than one hundred years ago, picturing native villagers and Dutch settlers.

The unknown creative, who goes by the name of idavidci on Tumblr, has enhanced Bulgaria's roadsides icons with his own creative touch.

Divorcee spends 20 years and £250,000 turning his Victorian terrace into the ultimate man-cave, bedecked with plaster cherubs, chandeliers and zebra print... but now it's worth £100,000 LESS than it cost him

Stephen Jennings has installed zebra print galore (left), including in his living room (top right), plaster cherubs, ornate chandeliers and seven TVs into his property (inset bottom) in Newton Heath, Manchester. But now it is on the market an asking price of £180,000 - and will include all the customised furnishings he has added. The retired builder has made a lot of the unique features by hand, including a granite-effect ceiling in the kitchen (bottom right) and a breakfast table made from a church pew. A four-poster bed, fitted wardrobes and plush red carpets have been added to the master bedroom. Divorced Mr Jennings, 65, has reluctantly put his home up for sale as it's too big for him.

The lines in the image, created by a Georgia illusionist, are straight and in parallel rows, and the alternating target patterns, rows and colors, combine to trick the brain into thinking they're slanted.

Ingo Gerlach, 64, a photographer from Germany, captured a zebra attempting to cross the Mara River, in Kenya, along with thousands of wildebeest migrating to new grazing lands.

Hannah Bushell-Walsh met Steve when when he was 23, before he was diagnosed with the disorder


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Monkey business: Japanese bar where you are served by a waitress who is cute, furry and paid in BANANAS 

The Kayabukiya Tavern looks like any other traditional-style Japanese 'sake-house' restaurant. However, once you walk into the modest premises in Utsunomiya, Tochigi prefecture it quickly becomes apparent that human waiters have been replaced by Macaque monkeys. Seventeen-year-old Fuku-chan was ushered into the role after she delivered a napkin to a table unprompted, mimicking Yat-chan, the original Macaque waiter.

Scottish artist Hey Reilly pokes fun at advertising and branding with his tongue-in-cheek doctored images of celebrities and ad campaigns, including one that rebrands Tesco Express as a Prada outlet.

The bizarre trend was sparked by a Twitter user who posted snaps of her nails against a pink milkshake and a slice of ham. Other social media users were quick to react with their own pictures.

Mac on...Roman Abramovich's divorce 

'I don't much want to marry Roman Abramovich, I just want to be divorced by him.'

Dogs faces light up when they are told 'good boy'

These impossibly cute before and after photos, taken by owners around the world and shared online, reveal how dogs' faces and moods suddenly change when they are praised by their loving owners. The images capture how the simple phrase can turn moody puppies into little attention seekers (second from left), and snarling dogs (far right) into lovable pooches. Other dogs even appeared to smile as they took in the kind words (left and second from right).


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Baby whale swims up to beachgoers in California

Beachgoers in Southern California had an unexpected treat when a baby whale unexpectedly cruised into a harbor. The gray whale, who was between 15 to 18 feet long, was spotted in Dana Point Harbor on Tuesday morning. It swam into a shallow children's area called Baby Beach and circled a pier. Kayakers were able to get within a few feet of the animal, which at one point swam under paddleboarders.

John Farnworth, from Preston, Lancashire, climbed to the top of one of the huge masts in the nearby village of Inskip, where he had to battled strong winds and a fear of heights.

The man, identified only as Roman R, from Zelenogorsk in Siberia, wrapped his arm around the helpless six-month-old child as he roared along a road in a video he called 'No Seat'.

Ona Basimane, a guide for Wilderness Safaris Explorations Camp in Botswana, captured the moment a pride of unhappy females turned on the dominant male and attacked him.

Total pussycats! Pets exchange gentle blows in adorable slow-motion catfight

These felines are anything but fiesty judging by their sleepy showdown, which has been dubbed the world's laziest catfight. An online video has revealed the moment two pets exchanged gentle blows in an adorable tiff. The majority of cat fights are usually full of high-volume shrieks, rapid clawing and arched backs. However these two moggies were anything but aggressive after facing off in what appears to be someone's front room. The pair tentatively paw at each other's faces and bodies until finally deciding that enough is enough. The footage was posted to the Twitter account of Donguri, a Scottish Fold cat living in Japan.



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