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Finland attack: Two killed and several injured in stabbing

Several people are reported to have been stabbed in Turku, Finland after a man armed with 'large' knives went on a rampage. So far six people are said to be hurt while two have died. One of the wounded is a woman who was pushing a pram when she was stabbed. In footage purported to be from the scene of the attack, people can be seen running in a street as the words 'Allahu Akbar' are shouted (left). Police said a man was shot in the leg and arrested after armed police responded to the attack. Officials have warned people to stay away from the scene while police in Helsinki have upped security at the airport and train stations in response to the news.

Police halt rural property search for Tanja Ebert's body

Police have called off the search for missing mother-of-two Tanja Ebert after spending the day examining and excavating the remote South-Australian property she called home (below) for evidence. Ms Ebert went missing on August 8, allegedly following an argument with her husband Michael Burdon (family pictured main), who killed himself with a single gunshot hours after her missing persons report became a murder investigation on August 16. On Friday, police officers dug up multiple 'key areas of interest' on the family's property at Oulnina Park Station, north of Adelaide.

The 5:2 diet is the best known of the fasts and was made famous by Dr Michael Mosley. An increase in fat loss was demonstrated in a 2011 Manchester University study.

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Sydney is being urged to brace itself once again as gale-force winds are set to batter the New South Wales coastline for a second day running, with dozens of more flights set to be affected.

James Sexton, Linda Zhou, and Val Kleyman, together have nearly 40 years of experience as divorce lawyers. They gave advice on how to stay married and handle a divorce if the time comes.

Former burglars have revealed the best ways to keep your home and car safe from thieves. They advise homeowners to install CCTV, have loud barking dogs and strong and heavy doors.

Why Annette Morgan's murder haunts detective 40 years on

Annette Louise Morgan (left), 18, was brutally raped and murdered on the morning of October 29, 1977. Her body was found at Sydney University's St Paul's College (inset) but nearly 40 years on from her tragic and senseless death, the case remains a mystery. Detectives such as Bill Duff (bottom right) who have worked on the case over the years, are still haunted to this day. Despite an identikit of a potential suspect (top right) released, the lengthy investigation has failed to locate the killer responsible for the mysterious, brutal murder.

Researchers from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender found that you can tell how your sex life measures up to others, according to your age.

Taking to anonymous confession sharing app Whisper, self-described 'popular kids' reveal what it is really like to be them at school - and it is not all house parties and shopping sprees.

How to renovate your home on a budget, by Cherie Barber

According to Australian renovation expert, Cherie Barber (pictured inset) there are some simple tricks you can use to make your property look a million dollars - without the hefty price tag. Cherie, who blogs at Renovating for Profit - has shared her top 10 tips for renovating on a budget with FEMAIL - and you might be surprised what a difference small changes can make (pictured left and right is one of Cherie's transformations)

Fears for Sydney boy, 7, missing in Barcelona attack

Family and friends are 'beside themselves' after it was revealed seven-year-old Sydney boy Julian Cadman (left and top right) was missing following the terror attack in Barcelona (inset), where a van ploughed into crowds of people in the Los Ramblas mall on Thursday. Those who know Julian and his mother, who has been hospitalised with serious injuries in the Spanish city and is believed to be in a coma, have made increasingly desperate pleas for information via social media. Family friend Sarah Auzner shared a picture of the youngster, who was born and raised in Kent, but moved to Australia three years ago, and begged followers to share it widely, saying those close to him are 'beside ourselves with worry'. His aunt Norma Canaveral (bottom right), who the youngster calls 'granny' says she is 'just waiting for news - I hope good news'.

The burdening cost of living has meant Sydney's hipsters are leaving suburbs such as Newtown and instead are opting for cheaper areas or returning to their parent's home.

Australia has fallen behind 54 countries in the latest world rankings of download speeds. Kenya, Romania and Thailand have faster internet speeds than Australia.

David Bowie slept with 13-year-olds and engaged in orgies

In the upcoming biography, David Bowie: A Life, British GQ editor Dylan Jones delves into the life of the late rock star revealing Bowie would engage in orgies, have multiple affairs at once, and even invite others to watch him have sex. During his Ziggy Stardust phase, he lived a life of constant drugs and sex - and neither gender nor age mattered. He was said to have used his sexuality to get 'what he wanted.' Born David Jones, he changed his last name to Bowie - like the Bowie Knife - after British media nicknamed Mick Jagger, 'Jagger Dagger.' Because of his brother's schizophrenia, he was put off by LSD but developed a raging cocaine habit which eventually ate away at his nose.

Pippa Middleton cycles to luxury London gym

The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted heading to the gym where she trained before her wedding to James Matthews in May. The newlywed stood-out from the crowd in a coral coloured vest top which she paired with a fitted pair of black leggings both from American active brand 2XU. And while Pippa is sure to work up a sweat in the gym she was not content in hoping in a taxi, instead giving arriving at the gym by bicycle.

Perth father Hayden Cole, 40, (pictured) has admitted importing life-like sex dolls that resemble children as young as six.

Mother-of-one Alicia Bettsworth, 18, from Crawley, slapped on three layers of St Moriz ultra-dark fake tan all over her body and face earlier this month but then accidentally fell asleep.

Spanish police hunt four suspects over Barcelona terror

Moussa Oukabir, Mohamed Hychami (top right), Younes Abouyaaqoub (centre top) and Said Aallaa (centre bottom) have been named in Spanish press as suspected members of the 12-strong terror cell which plotted Europe's latest terrorist outrage. Authorities have yet to officially identify the jihadi who mowed down tourists in a hire van on Barcelona's Las Ramblas, but the prime suspect is 17-year-old Oukabir (left and bottom right), who is thought to have hired the van using his older brother's ID. Hychami, 24, and Abouyaaqoub, 22, are said to come from the same small town in the north of Spain as Oukabir, while Allaa, 18, comes from the nearby village of Ribes de Freser.

The terrorists carrying knives and an axe bailed out of their Audi A3 used to plough into crowds on the seafront in Cambrils on the Costa Dorada, killing one woman and injuring six more.

The Queen wrote in her letter to King Felipe VI that the terrorist attacks in his country were 'terrible' and commented how it is 'deeply upsetting' when innocent people are put at risk.

Barcelona attack: Inside 'jihadi' Moussa Oukair's flat

This is the flat were Las Ramblas terrorist Moussa Oukabir (inset) planned his murderous outrage to kill and maim dozens in the tourist streets of Barcelona. His possessions have been piled up in a corner (left and top right) after anti-terror police searched the humble ground-floor flat on the outskirts of Ripoll, 86 miles from Barcelona(bottom right). A shisha pipe with a dirty tobacco filter sits on a low table, a carpet is rolled up, chairs and tables are stacked. An old bicycle is covered by blankets. Building supplies are hidden underneath. The flat, where Moussa Oukabir lived with his mother and two sisters, was raided this morning by anti-terrorist police.

Fitzroy Davies (pictured), from Wolverhampton, was caught up in the Cambrils attack and said one of the men was 'taunting the police and smiling', before being shot dead along with three other suspects.

This graphic shows how the Barcelona terror attack unfolded. It started when a terrorist in a white van turned on to a pedestrianised part of Las Ramblas at around 5pm British time.

Las Ramblas pictured after terrorist attack in Barcelona

King Felipe of Spain and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (top) observed a minute of silence in Placa de Catalunya, a day after a van crashed into pedestrians at Las Ramblas in Barcelona. After the moment of reflection, the crowds erupted into chants (bottom left) of 'No tenim por! - meaning 'We are not afraid!' This morning, emotional residents and tourists were allowed past police lines and slowly trickled back to their homes and hotels. Lawyer and University of Glasgow rector Aamer Anwar, who is in Barcelona, said a heavy police presence remained on the streets. Pictured bottom right, an elderly man wiped his face as he stood for the moment of silence.

Johnny Ruffo's manager discusses his 'scary' diagnosis

Johnny Ruffo's manager Claire McLennan (far right) has revealed the singer is 'with family' after his shocking diagnosis.  Speaking to Yahoo, the CMC Talent agent said: 'Johnny's with his family at the moment. He's gotten so much support from everyone and it's just been lovely - there are still good people in this world.' Claire went on to explain that the 29-year-old star is, 'trying to 'keep positive' in the 'awful situation'. 

Livid holidaymakers returning to Australia from Bali aboard two Jetstar flights on Friday were left outraged after a baggage mix-up left their luggage over 3,000km away.

Melbourne residents object to homeless housing scheme

Residents of an affluent Melbourne suburb (bottom right) have been left outraged after the government revealed plans to move homeless residents into temporary housing on a plot worth nearly $4million. Livid neighbours in the sought-after area of Brighton have objected to two blocks (left) on South Road be used to help ease Melbourne's ongoing housing crisis. Temporary units with support services will be built on the site for five homeless people following the breaking up of Flinders Street homeless camp (top right) earlier this year but nearby homeowners now fear for their safety.

'I won't forgive granddaughter who accused husband of rape

Vivienne Harrison (left), from Derby, claims her granddaughter Megan Morrison was 'lying' when she told police she was raped by her husband Malcolm, 74, between the ages of eight and 10. The 62-year-old grandmother (right with her late husband) spoke out after her estranged granddaughter, 17, wrote a letter begging for a reconciliation. In the note Miss Morrison said she was sticking by her story about her grandfather's abuse but hoped to rekindle her 'strong relationship' with her grandmother. 'It's all lies and she's wicked for taking away from me the best person in the world,' Mrs Harrison exclusively to MailOnline. Mrs Harrison described her late husband as 'a true gent and perfect father and grandfather who would never harm a soul'. He denied the charges last year and was found dead on July 31 in a burning car in a suspected suicide on the final day of his trial. Mrs Harrison said she refuses to speak to Miss Morrison, whom she once doted on, and her mother Vanessa White (together inset) since the 'false' accusations were made 'out of the blue'.

A Chinese toddler has been saved after accidentally falling onto a pair of scissors which became lodged in her forehead. Her condition has stablised after surgery, her father said.

Family drove over Middle Thorofare Bridge as it was raised

A family on vacation were forced to perform a terrifying car stunt better suited to an action movie when the drawbridge they were on opened up beneath them. The Naphys family were driving across New Jersey's Middle Thorofare Bridge (pictured left and right weeks after the incident), which crosses deep bay water, when it began to lift three-to-six feet beneath them. At that point driver Terence Naphys (pictured top center; wife Jacquelyn below) did the only thing he could - he floored the gas and leaped as many as six feet over to the other side of the bridge. 'It's scary what's going through your mind,' Naphys told NBC 4 . 'We could have all landed in the water.'

James Mitchell and John Jessen were paid $80m by the CIA to develop interrogation methods after 9/11. They settled a suit Thursday, after ex-detainees said they were tortured with the methods.

Department stores in North Korea after economic revolution

As North Korea's nuclear rhetoric becomes increasingly hysterical, its economy is undergoing a huge upheaval - with department stores popping up across the country selling everything from children's toys (pictured top left) to jewellery and hairclips (pictured top right) to sugary sweets (pictured bottom right) at cashiers staffed by smiling assistants (pictured centre). It comes after a five-year plan for the economy was announced last May by dictator Kim Jong Un, which has spurred businesses to take a more capitalist approach. Pictured bottom left: A group of shoppers outside a department store selling crockery in Pyongyang.

Trio jailed for 45 years after campaign of sexual abuse

Matthew Thatcher (inset), 26, and his half-sister Emily Thomson (right), 18, were jailed along with Mandy Wright (left),28, of Cardiff, for targeting three children in a sustained catalogue of abuse. The three defendants admitted to 36 counts relating to the sexual abuse of the three children aged under 16. Cardiff Crown Court heard yesterday that Thatcher and Thomson took photographs of themselves sexually assaulting the children and sent graphic messages about the abuse. The defence for Thomson, of Neath, said she was 'blinded with her infatuation'  for her brother and 'did not view him as a relative'.

Bikash Hazarika, 21, from a remote village in Assam, northeast India, who weighs just 134lbs (61kg), cannot walk, sit or sleep because his belly has swelled to an enormous 22lbs (10kg).

Standing on the scales produced 'unexpected' effects of encouraging people to cut back on junk food, scientists at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania said.

Monster crocodile filmed swimming from a farm with a 320kg cow in his jaws - as farmer claims there's a 'plague' of the beasts

A Queensland farmer has filmed a crocodile swimming away with a 320 kilogram cow in its jaws. Cattleman Luke Quartermaine was flying a helicopter over his Watson River Station property in Cape York on Thursday when he spotted the beast. He said the croc was a 'bloody' monster compared to the helpless cow.

The British Standards Institution claims it has a perfect recipe for the sweet treats. The national standards body uses the formula to test the performance of ovens in the UK.

Australian Olympic medal-winning cyclist Shane Perkins has switched his alliances to Russia after gaining citizenship in an attempt to guarantee a spot racing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Abducted heiress expresses gratitude to kidnappers

A Hong Kong heiress who in 2015 was abducted for a HK$28 million (£2.7 million) ransom said her kidnappers treated her kindly as she disclosed the details of the high-profile case for the first time. Queenie Rosita Law (pictured), whose late grandfather built a billion-dollar fashion empire, was taken from her family's luxurious villa by a 'knife-wielding' gang and kept in a cave for four days. Ms Law said her kidnappers (inset) were civilised and they cared for her. She said they would make sure she was given the food she liked and let her wear comfortable clothing during the traumatic experience.

Meera Dalal, from Syston, Leicestershire, was found dead at home after being abused by her ex-boyfriend. Despite being reported to police several times, no action was ever taken against him.

Dramatic moment police pursue three teenagers in a stolen high-performance BMW before catching them

Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment police chased down a car allegedly stolen by three teenagers in Queensland. Officers pursued the vehicle after the driver failed to pull over on Warrego Highway near Gatton on Thursday morning. Around 9:50am the driver failed to stop after police signaled for the black BMW hatchback to pull over.

A bushfire has been burning out of control for eight hours in Caloundra on the south of the Sunshine Coast, with residents and business owners urged to evacuate.

Researchers from the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Lodz found parabens are significantly associated with an increased number of abnormally sized and shaped sperm.

The tense moment a father and daughter are kicked off a flight after a 'profanity-laced confrontation when they privately said to each other that the flight attendants looked miserable'

Eric (inset left) and Whitney Miller (inset right), were filmed being kicked off a Frontier Airlines flight on Wednesday in Orlando. The father and daughter had a reported profanity-laced confrontation with the crew over a private conversation. The incident began when the Millers claim they were quietly discussing their displeasure with Frontier over an eight-hour delay and the poor customer service they were receiving. A flight attendant claimed she felt threatened and had them removed. Frontier Airlines maintains they shouted profanities at crew members.


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Backpacker on becoming a Taliban guest in Pakistan

Rico, a 25-year-old Malaysian traveller, entered Iran by crossing the Pakistani border as part of his ongoing 6,200-mile journey from China to Istanbul. He talks to MailOnline Travel about finding himself as a 'guest' of the Taliban during his time in Pakistan - from the member who said he'd simply 'got used to' killing, to the hosts who could hardly have been more courteous.

Amanda Knox, now 30, had her conviction for the murder of Meredith Kercher, 21, overturned after spending four years in jail. She plans to return to Perugia to overcome the trauma of imprisonment.

Caroline Wood (pictured) spent a month in hospital after collapsing and falling down the stairs at home in Rainham, Kent, following the second sunbed stint at a salon in Gillingham.

Florida mom texts 911 when escaped inmate hid in her home

Roxanne Vanderveer (right) of Masaryktown, Florida, texted 911 (inset) after escaped inmate Joshua Holmes, 35, (left) tried to hide in her house. Officials were able to catch Holmes, who hid in her attic. Holmes, who was initially charged and sentenced to prison for violation of parole for Grand Theft Auto, had escaped from his work detail at a nearby landfill on Wednesday. Holmes had spent about 20 hours on the run. Vanderveer, a mother of two, texted 911 because she was worried what Holmes would do if he heard her make the call to authorities. She also knew Holmes because they grew up in the same area, though they hadn't kept in touch. She said: 'I guess maybe he thought we'd help him, but at the end of the day, my kids' safety comes first. My safety comes first.' Holmes was set to be released in February, but now could have several years added after his alleged escape.

Julia Monaco and her friends Aland Reader and Julia Rocca were inside Urban Outfitters on Placa de Catalyuna in the city's historic Las Ramblas district when a van plowed into pedestrians.

Doing the flirty! Woman tests how faithful her younger boyfriend is by enlisting her DAUGHTER to chat him up... and she's FURIOUS with his sleazy response

A shocked mother caught out her toyboy boyfriend after enlisting her daughter to chat him up. The US woman - named Bibi - wanted to see if her 26-year-old man was faithful so she set up a trap with the help of her daughter Renee. In the undercover video from YouTube channel To Catch A Cheater the boyfriend is asked what he is planning to do that evening. When he responds that he intends to play video games, Bibi's daughter responds with heavy innuendo, saying: 'I think you'd have a little more fun with me.' She then asks: 'Have you ever played the game Twister? In person, body to body, live action.' But after watching the clip, Bibi erupts into fury and calls her daughter accusing her of going 'a little bit overboard' in her bid to entrap the man. The conversation then descends into a furious argument with Renee claiming her mother is simply angry because her boyfriend is not into her. Bibi then calls her boyfriend and confronts him over the flirting - revealing that she had seen everything in the hidden camera clip - and vows that the relationship is over.

Situated near the municipality of Ballangen, the cool climate of northern Norway and the site's proximity to water will provide natural cooling for the centre's servers (pictured, concept image).

Members of the public transform banal public signs

Members of the public decided to make a few cheeky amends to the rather banal road signs around the world and shared them on social media to amuse the rest of the world. From editing boring signs with a few slicks of paint to improving them with stickers of famous people, left, adding song lyrics, right, and using their very wild imagination, these previously trite signs prove that men and women can get very imaginative.

Notorious paedophile Bradley Pen Dragon, who has a history of violence, has been arrested on child porn charges less than two weeks after being released from a Perth prison.

Woman rebel from 'perfect' selfies with natural snaps

In a new social media trend that's being dubbed 'Gen Natural' - generation natural - ladies are shunning heavily contoured makeup and perfect hair for makeup-free selfies on social media. Women from all over the globe have been taking to Instagram to share contrasting snaps of themselves with and without makeup to prove ladies can look just as beautiful without cosmetics and filters.

Colorized photos from Korean War show US troops in battle

The vivid color images show US soldiers setting fuses on anti-tank mines and taking cover behind a tank escort during the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 until 1953. Other striking shots show a weary, exhausted marine huddle against the bitter cold, a USAF North American F-51D Mustang plane taxi through a puddle and a young US Marine praying during a moment of quiet and solitude. The images are made all the more poignant as tensions on the Korean peninsula continue to rise between Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump.

A sprawling four-bedroom Melbourne home clogged with features, including a large entertaining area and solar-heated pool, sold for over $1 million - but it does however have one very quirky design...

How many retro gadgets do you recognise?

Nostalgia fans have been sharing images of their much-loved retro gadgets online, but most of them will be unrecognisable to today's smart phone users. Clockwise from top left: A retro answering machine; the Pong computer game; an old fax machine, a camera with a flash bar; a vinyl adapter and a portable record player from the 1970s.

Lord Mayor of Sydney (pictured)Clover Moore has come under fire for reportedly planning on spending $621,500 of taxpayers money on an upcoming New Year's Eve party.

A schizophrenic father who slit the throat of his three-year-old son and dumped his body down a mine shaft in outback Australia will be released into the community, after he was found not guilty.

Experts say the test made by Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles is one of the biggest breakthroughs in Alzheimer's research to date, offering the first sign of a cost-effective and non-invasive test.

The alluring snapshots represent the stunning views of Wales' most picturesque touristic spots, such as the canal walk in Llangollen, Bangor Cathedral and the Iron Pier in Llandudno.

Red-headed triplets captured on camera by photographer

A New Zealand photographer has made hearts melt across the world, after capturing heartwarming images of red-headed triplets cuddled together (pictured) Newborn photographer Cassandra English snapped the stunning images of the one-month-old babies. 'They just wanted to snuggle each other, it was adorable, they all got the hiccups at the same time,' she told Daily Mail Australia.

China's first "cyber court" was launched on Friday to settle online disputes, as the legal system attempts to keep up with the explosion of mobile payment and e-commerce

China has launched its first 'cyber court' today to handle e-commerce disputes and copyright lawsuits. The country is home to come 731 million internet users.

The new issue features an editorial spotlighting Oscar de la Renta's new creative directors, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. Huma, Olympia, Zoe, and Nicky all model the clothes.

A man making his morning coffee was shocked to find two huge pythons (pictured) in a compromising position in his backyard at Ballina, New South Wales on Friday morning.

Nudist blogger, Jessa O'Brien, has hit out at Instagram, after the site deleted her account, The Nude Blogger, without warning. The 28-year-old launched her body-positive profile last year.

Inside Chinese park where endangered tigers are trained

Images show inside a Chinese safari park where tigers are trained to perform in the circus and pose for pictures with tourists. Visitors can pay money to watch live animals be fed to the tigers. It is considered the world's largest park for breeding of the Siberian or Amur tiger which the World Wildlife Federation has listed as endangered.

Chocolatier Connie Yuen works at the KitKat Chocolatory in Melbourne where customers can design their own personalised KitKat with any three of 16 different toppings on offer.

Sir Malcom Ross, the courtier responsible for planning the funeral, says the decision wasn't made until the royals gathered for a 'family supper' hours before Princess Diana was laid to rest.

This is the adorable moment two Australian Shepherds send themselves to the doghouse for tearing up a bed. The video is believed to have been filmed in the US.

Transgender bride renews her vows as a woman

Midwife Denise Taylor, 44, first tied the knot with her wife Kristiana, then known as Stephen, in 1996 (inset). In 2012, just days after renewing their vows for the first time (left), Kristiana, 49, told her wife she wanted to start living as a woman. Yesterday the couple, from Sittingbourne, Kent, reconfirmed their commitment to each other in front of their 14-year-old son, Stephen, and 60 guests (right).

Dog-groomer denies spray-painting her pooch is cruel

Dog-groomer Vikki Pearman, 41, of Hatfield, Hertfordshire has hit back at critics who say that her habit for spray-painting her dog 'humiliates' the animal. Her poodle, Lacie, is regularly entered in creative dog grooming competitions - which while popular in the USA, are still relatively new to the UK - and the winning pet-and-owner team have come first an impressive six times. Pictured, clockwise from top left: Lacie as a Formula One driver, 'Dogtor Who, in a rainbow design, and a fairy tale fantasy.

Kevin Richardson, a South African animal expert, rescued two lion cubs - named Meg and Amy - after they were abandoned by their mother at birth. Their special bond is still intact.

The 21-year-old granddaughter of the Duke of Kent, the Queen's first cousin, showcased her sartorial flair as she stepped out in Knightsbridge ahead of the weekend.

Pilot Eva Claire Marseille has a huge Instagram following

Meet the stunning blonde pilot who has accrued more than 67,000 Instagram followers with her non-stop adventuring in the skies and on land. Incredible pictures show airline pilot Eva Claire Marseille, 31, from Haarlem, The Netherlands, preparing for take-off in the cockpit of her Boeing 737 (inset), riding a camel across the desert (bottom right) and letting off some steam with kick boxing practice (top right).Other envy-inducing photos on her account @flywitheva show the aviation pro in a canyon in Spain (top left) and relaxing in Barcelona (bottom left).


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'Are you going to pay for her, or are you going Dutch?' Hilarious moment brother interrogates 18-year-old sister's date before he lets them go out together for the first time

Shaquille Jack, from Buckingham, is heard instructing sister Rochelle (pictured left) to bring date Owen (right) to the door, so he can tell him the 'ground rules'. He then bombards him with a series of questions, including what his 'intentions' with his sister are. After finally letting the pair head off on their date, he can be heard muttering 'They grow up so fast'. Shaquille shared the funny clip on Twitter, along with the caption: 'Sisters first date so I had to regulate and do my brotherly duties.'

Neil, 23, got his ears stretched to 35 millimeter holes and could fit Sharpies through them. He appeared on Body Fixers for a new look so he didn't 'scare' people when he became a nurse.

Kyran Quinlan, associate professor of pediatrics at Rush University, said: 'Neck floats for babies scare me to death, and I hope they scare parents. These are potential death traps.'

Footage on a YouTube channel, which documents the species in various locations in China, begins with the hug-loving panda being batted away by the not-so-eager bear's paw (pictured).

Cloud chasing, originated in the West Coast, is a sport where vapers compete to blow the biggest smoke clouds. They stand back-to-back as their clouds are judged by a yardstick or ruler.

Hippo gazes upon her newborn... as crocodile is nearby

Mother hippo was observed during the final stages of labour by the Mara River, located in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. But as she gave birth in the river, a hungry-looking crocodile was observing her closely - lying just feet away. However, it seems the crocodile thought better of it, as the newborn calf was left to paddle ashore safely and greet its father (inset), who had been napping by the river throughout the birth. It is likely that the reason why the crocodile chose to stay well clear of the newborn and its parents, is the hippopotamus' reputation as one of the most dangerous animals in the world.



One seriously PAMPERED pooch! Diva Bulldog who loves nothing more than having his nails done moodily claws his owner when she stops his manicure 

The adorable video shows the brown and white bulldog (pictured) pawing at the beautician - who giggles along at its antics - before standing patiently while she works her magic. The needy dog only waivers from getting its nails done to look directly into the camera. 'You really want your nails done,' the female manicurist says to the adorable pooch every time it thrusts its big paws at the file.

Chris Cantwell (pictured), who featured in the piece about the Charlottesville neo-Nazi rally which went viral, has been banned by both social media giant Facebook and online dating website OKCupid.

As the baby girl lay on a bed in Moscow, Russia, Iriska gently licked the infant's head (pictured). Her eyes are wide as she tries to work out whether the feline's constant licking is relaxing or irritating.

Footage of IRA Guards patrolling the border between Northern Ireland and the South, in County Monaghan in February 1922, has re-emerged as the border's post-Brexit future is in question.

The group of animals (pictured) spotted on a slope in Cape Toi, Miyazaki Prefecture, are believed to be wild Misaki-uma, descended from army horses which became wild 300 years ago.

Cheeky fisherman has a WHALE of a time when he goes SKINNY DIPPING with a humpback

This is the hilarious moment a fisherman stripped off and went skinny dippingwith a curious humpback whale after it swam over to greet his boat. Ollie Dousset, 25, was fishing for snapper with his friend Joe Emmerton off the coast of Sydney's Manly Beach when something much bigger came into view. Being winter in Australia, the rope technician didn't have his swimming trunks so instead he threw caution - and his clothes - to the wind and took the plunge with the underwater giant while fully in the nude. Stunning footage shows Ollie taking a cheeky dive into the ocean and swimming within arm's reach of the 10-metre long hulking creature of the deep.'