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More and more Deliveroo food cooked in prefab huts

Deliveroo has been hugely successful, utterly revolutionising Britain’s takeaway market in just four years — so much so that the company is thought to be worth as much as £1.1 billion. How? Its mission statement is simple: ‘Your favourite restaurants, delivered fast to your door.’ Where once the only choice might have been between pizza or curry, Deliveroo has deliberately partnered with independent and chain restaurants that do not have a delivery service to offer customers a range of cuisines. Now working with 20,000 restaurants and more than 30,000 contract riders, last year its orders grew by a staggering 650 per cent, a boom almost entirely due to this tempting promise: that if you can’t make it to your favourite restaurant in person, it will bring your favourite restaurant to your living room — and all at the click of a button. But how would people feel if they were to learn that the food did not, in fact, come from the restaurant itself — but from a metal box the size of a shipping container plonked on an industrial estate?

Anthea Turner faces threat of raid by bailiffs

She was chased through the courts for money after the collapse of her ex-husband’s £100million property business. Now Anthea Turner, pictured left, could be raided by bailiffs after failing to settle a claim for thousands of pounds of debt run up by her sister. The 57-year-old is being sued in the county court by company executive Amanda Cavill de Zaveley, 52, for more than £5,000 in missed rent payments racked up by her sister Wendy Turner Webster (pictured second left and right with her husband) when she was living in Mrs Cavill de Zaveley’s £850,000 home in West London. Miss Turner had agreed to act as a guarantor for television presenter Mrs Webster, 50, and her 53-year-old husband, actor Gary Webster, when they began renting the five-bedroom house in Isleworth, with their two sons in December 2011. But after the family moved out in December 2015 owing three months’ rent, Miss Turner refused to pay off the debt – saying she had stopped being the guarantor when the couple renewed their initial 18-month tenancy. The one-time Blue Peter presenter was served a county court judgment ordering her to pay Mrs Cavill de Zaveley £5,111.15 in June but continues to insist she is not the guarantor and will not pay the debt. Mrs Cavill de Zaveley’s sister Melanie Crawford, 51, pictured inset, is preparing to send bailiffs to Miss Turner’s £1.2million flat.

A survey of married couples gave a revealing insight into the daily gripes couples share with each other, including men being less grumpy and wives being more affectionate.

Trials are under way in Camden, north London, and in Woodley near Reading. Customers in a three-mile radius of the stores can order food to arrive within one hour.

Kamran Sabir Hussain, 40, from Stoke-on-Trent, delivered his lecturers from a lecturn in front of a black ISIS flag, to a congregation that included children as young as three.

Lesley Speed, 44, has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of her son Archie Spriggs, seven, at a house in a Shropshire town.

About £1.3 billion is going unclaimed by married couples in the UK, a Freedom of Information request showed.

'You've got it wrong Sadiq': Massive backlash over bombshell decision to BAN Uber from London as 400,000 sign protest petition against Labour Mayor's decision in hours

Sadiq Khan was last night hit by a backlash from Uber customers worried about paying higher taxi fares. More than 400,000 signed a petition set up by the cab firm calling on the London Mayor to reverse the decision to ban it from the capital. MPs and social media users branded the move a ‘terrible mistake’ that could hurt consumers. The Labour politician faced immediate criticism from some – including many younger voters – who argued the taxi hailing app is cheaper and more convenient than getting a black cab. Father-of-three Bangalie, pictured right, who has been driving for the company for almost a year, fears he could be forced to claim benefits if Uber's appeal is not successful. Passenger Lucy Williams, 30, pictured centre, from London, said: 'It's terrible, I get Ubers like three times a week and they've saved me a lot of money from black cabs.' But black cab driver Kenneth Stein, 54, pictured left, said: 'I have nothing against Uber drivers but we as black cab drivers are regulated to the hilt while they have next to no regulation.'

Celebrities such as British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, actor Brad Pitt, and singers Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez have talked about the benefits of a plant-based diet.

Iraqi asylum seeker Ahmed Hassan, 18, pictured leaving court today, was motivated to unleash murder on the Tube last Friday because of his 'warped political views', it is alleged.

Claws out for Buddhists who liberated lobsters

It would usually be a heartwarming story – hundreds of lobsters rescued from the pot and released back into the sea. But a pair of Buddhists who released £5,000 worth of crustaceans into the Channel have been fined almost £15,000 for causing ‘untold damage’ to the environment. Zhixiong Li and Ni Li (pictured) helped throw live crabs and lobsters into the ocean a mile off the coast of Brighton (inset is the Marina) as part of a life release ceremony in 2015.

An average Briton works for nearly four decades - the fourth-longest stint in the bloc. That's longer - but only just - than even the average employment spans of Germans.

Short of giving Mr Juncker a peerage Theresa May couldn't be more placatory: QUENTIN LETTS is underwhelmed by PM's speech which had promised so much

There we were in Florence, city of murals and medieval marvels, home of Botticelli and Lorenzo the Magnificent and strawberry gelati as big as fists. Enter Theresa the Not Quite So Magnificent, striding into a room with a classical frieze showing two near-naked cherubs frolicking and holding hands. Sure enough, Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond sat in the front row. They tried to exchange friendly banter but it was about as convincing as Charles and Diana in the late 1980s. Pictured: Jean-Claude Juncker, left, and Theresa May, right.

Theresa May outlined plans for a two-year transition period that could see the UK stay in the single market in all but name until 2021. Political Editor JASON GROVES examines what she said.

Michel Barnier's cautious welcome to the speech came just a day after he had tried to turn the heat up on Mrs May over Brexit by demanding Britain 'settle its accounts' with the bloc.

Theresa May is famous for taking time to reach decisions, which is often no bad thing in a Prime Minister. But my word, she's been taking an inordinate amount of time thinking about Brexit.

In case there is any confusion, each cubicle at Channel 4 Headquarters has a large symbol of an adult on the front, with one leg in a skirt and the other in trousers.

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Shawnetta D. Reece, from Blairsville, Georgia, 40, was first arrested in August over her relationship with the 15-year-old who police say she molested in 2013.

Kemi Badenoch is black; although British-born, she was raised in Nigeria by African parents, returned to England when she was 16 and rose to parliamentarian in just 21 years.

David Meade (pictured), a so-called 'Christian numerologist,' has backtracked on his claims that the world will end on September 23 in an interview with the Washington Post.

Customers have been urged to sign up for smart meters on the basis that they will be able to see in pounds and pence how much power they’re using - but they will stop working if they change supplier.

Police were accused of putting their victims and witnesses at risk yesterday as official figures show that just 4 per cent of arrested suspects are being bailed.

Firms such as BT, insurer Aviva and energy provider E.On are paying for fringe events at the party’s annual gathering in Brighton, which starts tomorrow.

For, two years ago, following the Eurozone crisis, Merkel’s impulsive decision to throw open Germany’s borders to more than a million unchecked migrants had been a disaster.

A study has found schools in the UK want families to contribute funds and help out with maintenance such as redecorating classrooms.

Bell wowed judges John and Gregg with her three-course meal of a Camembert, fig and onion tart followed by a pan-fried halibut and prawns, and a pear Bourdaloue for dessert.

Shocking footage captures the moment two men began fist fighting in the middle of Grand Central Station in New York.

London's Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick admitted that forces could not ignore the fact the groups had secured large numbers of convictions and been praised by the courts.

London's Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, representing more than 6,000 doctors, backed supporting the removal of abortion from criminal law.

This is the shocking moment a group holidaymakers were hauled off an easyJet flight from Liverpool to Barcelona for drunken behaviour.

Bartholomeo Joly de Lotbiniere, 22, was found not guilty of charges of rape and assault by penetration following a retrial at Bradford Crown Court.

Amir Khan's estranged wife has deleted her pleading apology after the boxer snubbed her attempted reconciliation. It now appears Faryal Makhdoom and Khan's marriage is doomed.

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Rugby player jailed for killing girlfriend drunk driving

Benjamin Hughes (inset) drank pints of beer and shots before deciding to drive his girlfriend Dominique Wright (pictured left and right) home from a pub in Nottinghamshire. But after he got 'distracted' by a kiss from her, Hughes failed to negotiate a bend and veered into a ditch before striking a tree. Miss Wright, who wasn't wearing a seat belt, suffered terrible injuries including a broken neck, and was killed instantly. The court heard the crash took place on the A612 near Southwell, Nottinghamshire, at around 12.30am on October 30 last year.

Sabrina Kouider accused of killing her nanny

Sabrina Kouider, 34, (main picture) had hired Sophie Lionnet, 21, (left) to look after her children - including a son she had with ex-boyfriend Mark Walton (inset), who founded the Irish boyband Boyzone and is now a Pop Idol judge living in LA. Concerned parents walking their children home from school in Southfields reported a large blaze and 'foul-smelling smoke'. Police were called to her Edwardian end-of-terrace home (bottom right) in the affluent South London suburb after a curious boy of eight scaled the back garden gate and saw a huge bonfire with a man throwing what he thought were 'sticks' into the flames. Kouider was arrested at the scene along with Ouissem Medouni, 40, and both have now been charged with murder of the French au pair, who was allegedly earning around £50 per month. Friends said she was unhappy and returning home to Troyes on Monday, which is 110 miles south-west of Paris. Her body was removed from the garden yesterday (top right) and her alleged killers will appear in court later. 

Valet firm apologises for landing customer with fine

A holiday maker who was fined after an airport valet parking firm left his BMW in a bus stop received an apology from the firm whose driver parked it illegally because he was hungry. Graeme Philpot left the car with Drivefly at Luton Airport on August 30 to return on September 9. But he was issued a £70 fine (pictured) for being 'stopped on a restricted bus stop' on September 7. Mr Philpot, who lives in Buckingham, said he got the parking ticket from Luton Borough Council after picking up his car when he returned from holiday.

Weather Photographer of the Year award winners announced

The winners of the Weather Photographer of the Year competition are in and showcase snappers' incredible ability to capture the elements. Organised by the Royal Photographic Society and the Royal Meteorological Society, the contest takes place every year in a bid to find the best and most dramatic weather shots from around the world. This year's competition received over 2,000 submissions from more than 60 countries. The grand prize for 2017 went to Mike Olbinski with his 'Superstrike' image (left) of a dramatic lightening storm over Arizona's Superstition Mountains. Winner of the Public's Favourite Image award was Scott Robertson with his image of a 'fogbow' arching over a tree at Rannoch Moor in Scotland. Another popular image was Paul Kingston's 'Monster of the Deep', (top right) which shows gigantic waves lashing against Seaham Lighthouse on the County Durham coast in north east England.

UK Weather: Morning mists seen on first day of Autumn

An Indian summer will warm Britain up this weekend after an unsettled spell of stormy weather. Calm, sunny days with highs of 75F (24C) are expected in central regions and the South-East after Storm Aileen brought 83mph winds and rain last week. The warmer temperatures will put us on a par with Mediterranean cities such as Barcelona and Rome. As the fine conditions began to take hold yesterday, tourists were out punting on the River Cam in Cambridge (bottom right) and a jogger made the most of the early sun (bottom left) on what was technically the last day of summer. And a blanket of mist was seen surrounding the village of Corfe Castle in Dorset (top) as dawn broke on the day of the autumn equinox.

Fast and Furious takes to the stage at London's O2 Arena

A flaming fuel tanker that bounces, a souped-up Dodge Charger and a bright orange Lamborghini are just a few over-the-top displays at an action-packed arena show based on The Fast and the Furious franchise. And if that isn't enough adrenaline for one day, lovers of the explosion-laden films will also be able to watch a Honda Civic EJ1s chase a jack-knifed lorry and witness a submarine crash through ice. 'It is not a real Akula-class submarine,' said Rowland French, the creative force behind what he says is one of the most ambitious live arena shows ever staged. 'Much as I would like to have the opportunity to play with a real one.' British actor Elysia Wren (pictured, right) says she's 'utterly blessed' to play show's alpha female.

Police tell 'lazy' students to take down DIY pulley system

Police ordered the four men to take the contraption down after locals on their road in Paisley, Renfrewshire, complained. Ewen MacKenzie, Jamie Stewart, Josh Still and Josh White came up with the idea because they could not be bothered to walk to each other's homes. After living opposite each other for two months, they began using the system, which is commonly used on building sites, to pass each other food and drink without leaving their homes.

Drunk woman shatters glass door of takeaway shop and brawls with revellers after she was refused a KEBAB after a night out in Northern Ireland 

Shocking footage, filmed in Northern Ireland, shows the moment a drunken woman tried to fight her way into a kebab shop, shattering its glass door in the process. The cringe-worthy clip shows the heavily inebriated woman, wearing ripped jeans and a t-shirt, pulling desperately at the glass door while punters block her entrance.

Salford police claim crash driver banned for 80 years

Officers claimed a driver who crashed with a car full of passengers in Salford, Greater Manchester, was banned for 80 years despite Mohammed Ahsan from Coventry only being banned until 2019. These pictures show the shocking moment Ahsan, 20, ploughed into a marble bench. After he was sentenced, police Tweeted that he was disqualified until 2097, later doubling down and claiming it was not a typo.

Hussein Yusef, 21, arrived in Britain from Afghanistan at the age of 14, applied for asylum, and was brought up by foster parents in Oxford while he attended the Oxford Spires Academy.

Shirley Bothroyd, 59, — who is renowned for her rants at guests at her £1.5 million hotel in Devon — says she is 'clear of booze' and enjoying her time behind bars while awaiting trial.

Charissa Brown-Wellington from Chadderton admitted pushing a 30-year-old man to his death after he was crushed by a train at Manchester Victoria station.

'Attention seeking' veterinary nurse Georgina Bretman, (left) 28, of Glasgow, was spared jail after injecting her dog Florence (right) with insulin, causing her to collapse.

Ashley Emery, 44, sent explicit messages to a fictional 15-year-old girl and arranged to meet her outside the Houses of Parliament - but was instead greeted by two paedophile hunters.

At least 20 caravans have parked at the West Cambridge site which houses several departments including physics and veterinary medicine.

Palla Pour, 25, and Ribas Asad, 29, were found guilty of sex offences involving children while Soran Azizi, 28, was convicted of trafficking in Newcastle.

Small-time dealer Jacob Khanlarian, 20, of Devon, was sentenced to three years after he admitted supplying ecstasy, also known as MDMA, to tragic Leah Kerry (pictured).

Kathleen Leslie wrote a series of 'offensive' and 'inappropriate' tweets about Nicola Sturgeon before the Scottish independence referendum in 2014.

Three planes were seen flying over Cornwall last night leading to speculation a Russian bomber had been intercepted.

Rachael Slack, 38, and 23-month-old Auden were found stabbed to death in Derbyshire by Andrew Cairns, 44, who then killed himself in 2010.

Lee Magnetic, 30, and his business partner Savannah Taylor, 22, are trying to raise money to for a swinger's club in Birmingham. The pair are hoping to get £50,000 to lease the premises.

Chrissie King, 53, has slammed her teenage daughter Freya's school in Lancing, West Sussex, after they excluded her for wearing too much make-up.

Six instructors at the Army Foundation College in Harrogate have denied a series of charges related to the abuse of teenage recruits at the base in 2014. A trial will take place next year.

Modest queues have been photographed outside of Apple's flagship stores today in London, New York, Sydney and Singapore - a far cry from the snaking crowds of previous years.

John McEnery, 73, today denied brandishing an imitation firearm at staff working in a Faversham Wetherspoons as a date was set for his trial at Maidstone Crown Court in Kent.

Chris Burden, 21, was stunned when his Amazon courier left his parcel in his bin full of rubbish - only to find Birmingham's bin collectors had taken the rubbish for the second time in months.

Greg Lyttleton, 46, claims his mother Stella, 75, (pictured) was 'ripped off and manipulated' into buying a £1,600 MacBook from Currys PC World when she only wanted one to play Solitaire.

Wassim Tappuni rigged bidding wars between companies vying for £43m worth of contracts to supply medical equipment to hospitals and laboratories in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Luke Stewart, 28, sent the girl, 15, birthday cards and wrote 'inappropriate' comments to her while working at St John's College, in St Mellons, Cardiff.

Jace Hillary, three, was left screaming in agony after the drink splashed over his arms and chest, leaving him badly burned. The youngster, from Northumberland, had to undergo two skin grafts.

Mother of three Laura Arlington, 32, saw the car on the pathway in Rochester, Kent close to a secondary school.

Loomis driver Mohammad Siddique, who is accused of stealing nearly half a tonne of bank notes from Heathrow Airport in London told jurors he was forced by a mystery man threatening his family.

A 61 year-old coma victim stunned medics in Stoke-on-Trent after he regained consciousness just four hours before his family were set to switch off his life-support machine.

Jon Entwistle, 74, has met his half-sister Christine Kitteringham after 67-years of secrecy. Mr Entwistle, from Ampleforth in Yorkshire, grew up thinking his father's second wife was his mum.

Surrey Police have appealed for the public's help to find Margaret Moloney, 15, who was last seen by her family in Godalming, Surrey, in the early hours of Wednesday September 20.

Catwalk model scarred for life after Edinburgh club attack

Marta Bugalska (left), 24, was scarred for life after receptionist Ashley Katsande (right), who had two previous convictions for violence, hit her on the head with a pint glass in Edinburgh's Opal Lounge. Katsande, 23, claimed the victim had kissed her partner and even messaged Miss Bugalska's boyfriend on Facebook while she was being treated by doctors, saying: 'Just to let you know, your s*** of a girlfriend was kissing my s*** of a boyfriend tonight!!!!' Katsande was ordered to pay £800 in compensation but managed to avoid time behind bars.

Former Manchester lecturer threatened neighbour over noise

A retired college lecturer hounded a young family out of their home with a vicious hate campaign in which she threatened: 'I’ve got rid of 11 neighbours already - and I can get rid of you.' Susan Pumford, 62, (pictured, right) who lived alone, told Darrel Green (pictured, left) she'd 'smash his head in' and subjected his girlfriend to foul-mouthed abuse daily after accusing them and their children of making too much noise when they moved in next door. The elderly widow shouted through and banged on the adjoining walls of their terraced homes in Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester, threatening to vandalise Mr Green’s car after her brother's suicide and husband's death to cancer had a 'shattering' impact.

Man finds his Audi caked in mud at Manchester Airport

A fuming car owner claims he returned from holiday to discover a 'rogue' parking firm had dumped his £12,000 Audi caked in mud in a boggy field - despite paying £52 for 'safe and secure' parking. Chris Holl (bottom right) resorted to calling the police after allegedly waiting four hours to be reunited with his beloved motor after jetting into Manchester Airport with wife Louise (bottom right) at 3am earlier this month. The father and grandfather-of-two claims he was horrified after spotting his Audi A3 right) in an unsecured field near Manchester Airport alongside 'hundreds' of other vehicles splattered in deep mud (left).

Cressida Dick, the Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, said the device left on the tube train was 'very, very dangerous' and the carnage 'could have been so much worse'.

Darell Primary and Nursery School, in Richmond, south west London, has cancelled trips to central London following the the Parsons Green attack after several parents expressed fears.

The disappearance of Margaret Fleming, 36, from Renfrewshire sparked an international probe into potentially 'sinister' circumstances, but friends now say she went to live with gipsies.

James Contos, a kayaing guide who assisted Emma Kelty during the first part of her Amazon expedition, told how he received incorrect news that she had been murdered near the city of Iquitos.

A patient reported missing from a London hospital was found dead on the roof three days later. The alarm was raised after the man disappeared from St George's Hospital in Tooting.

Chloe Hiller, 17, sent her ex boyfriend 37 messages some of which read: 'I can't do this anymore. I hang myself on Friday.' She was later found hanged Blackpool, Lancashire.

Ex-athlete Jayson Lobo, 48, who won the British 800m title in 1998, met most of his victims on dating website Match.com and covertly recorded them on his mobile phone.

Cressida Pollock's shock resignation comes amid rumours she fell out with the ENO's new artistic director Daniel Kramer. The MIT graduate has denied rifts, saying they 'support each other'.

Jeremy Le Fevre spotted the UFO in the skies near his home of Frome, Somerset, on Saturday evening when three orange balls of light swooped and swirled through the sky.

May plans champagne charm offensive at Chequers

The Prime Minister is throwing a party for 30 MPs and their spouses at her 16th Century manor house in Buckinghamshire tomorrow as she tries to woo her backbenchers. The party will come just a day after she delivers her landmark speech on Brexit - which she is giving in Florence this afternoon. The PM is understood to want to use the soiree to reach out to her backbenchers after the election disaster and also to unite her party around her Brexit vision.

Boris Johnson The Foreign Secretary said the PM's landmark Florence speech spelled out a 'positive and confident' new dawn for the UK's relationship with the EU.

Michel Barnier's cautious welcome to the speech came just a day after he had tried to turn the heat up on Mrs May over Brexit by demanding Britain 'settle its accounts' with the bloc.

The MoD forked out an eye-watering £324,407 to pay for the data roaming charges for the ten most expensive mobile phones bills alone.

Water world: Shocking drone footage shows Puerto Rico capital deluged with flood waters in aftermath of Hurricane Maria as officials confirm six dead

Drone footage showing the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico was released on Wednesday. Images from the unmanned aerial vehicle shows the city of San Juan deluged with flood water as residents of the US territory continue to struggle without electricity. Mayor of the capital Carmen Yulin Cruz said the devastation is like nothing she has ever seen, telling MSNBC 'The San Juan that we knew yesterday is no longer there.'

'I can't wait to start': Chilling final video of British headmistress murdered by Brazilian gang showing her smiling with excitement as she speaks about solo Amazon trip 

The devastating video shows Ms Kelty, who sold her London flat to complete a source-to-sea journey along the Amazon River, explaining that she 'can't wait to start' her epic adventure. It was filmed on June 17 - just a day before her trip began. As she stands by her backpacks and gear in Queropalco, Peru, she says: 'I can't wait to actually start - to get up to the top and actually start kayaking down.'

Rohingya mother describes escape from Myanmar troops

EXCLUSIVE: Hamida, 30, said her village of Quachong, Maungdaw, in Rakhine State was attacked on September 2. She was at home, full-term in her pregnancy, when she heard a commotion outside, followed by the sound of explosions. Her face was expressionless as she recounted: 'The mob invaded our village, they fired at us with rocket launchers and chased us and even shot us as we were running away. Then they set fire to the village and it burned to the ground.' With her baby due any day, Hamida was forced to flee to the forest with her husband and their six other children where they hid. Pictured, Hamida's 15-day-old baby Hassain.

Photographs of buff Buddhist go viral in Thailand

The identity of the buff Buddhist, who was photographed in the humble orange attire of Thailand's monastic order, is not known. But the holy hottie is thought to have shared the photos to raise awareness about the health of monks. He apparently wanted to advise the public to change their habit of giving monks fatty and sugary foods as alms. Alongside his admirers, however, have been those keen to criticise the big man for his perceived vanity.

ISIS fighter's own head-cam films the dramatic moment he is blown to pieces by a Syrian army tank 

Three ISIS jihadis filmed themselves being blown up by a Syrian tank. One fighter's headcam caught the moment the tank round struck their armoured vehicle, ending their lives. Before the blast the terrorists can be seen trying to doge the tank, which is out of shot. One fighter shouts: 'Tank on the right side', while another yells: 'The tank, the tank, the tank is over there, over there, over there.'

An Iranian news agency said one of the weapons on display at the parade was a new ballistic missile with range of 2,000 km (1,200 miles), capable of carrying several warheads.

The president published the angry tweet just hours after China warned the world to 'exercise restraint' in response Kim Jong-Un's hint that he might detonate a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.

North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un called President Donald Trump 'deranged' and said that he will 'pay dearly' for his recent threats to destroy his country, it was reported on Thursday.

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has called North Korea's decision to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean a 'crazy' idea and a 'disaster beyond compare to the region.'

Winter Olympic powerhouse Austria also said it was prepared to envisage staying away from the Pyeongchang Games next February if security concerns deepened.

Bernd Thälmann, 64, from Brandenburg, reportedly found the uranium-based object near to the site of a secret Third Reich factory that was destroyed by 16,000 RAF bombs (stock image).

President Ilham Aliyev was delivering a major speech to world leaders in New York, in which he solemnly discussed the bloody Nagorno-Karabakh War of 1992 and an alleged genocide.

A violent brawl erupted after a demonstrator shouted 'Terrorist!' as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke at the Marriott Marquis hotel in Times Square on Thursday.

The colourised photos show soldiers enjoying a spot of lunch in front of their aircraft and members of the Red Cross on a rescue mission after the detonation of a bomb.

HMS Ocean arrived in the British Virgin Islands on Friday carrying 60 tonnes of aid to be distributed across areas devastated by Hurricane Irma and Maria.

Despite a girl being struck while watching the New York Yankees, they are among the baseball teams who are not extending their protective netting. A third of major league teams will improve safety.

The £360million super yacht belonging to Russian oligarch Andrey Melnichenko has been spotted sailing into Gibraltar. The Russian oligarch's boat even appears to dwarf a tanker.

Sodomy is still punishable by jail in the North African country, but its minister for human rights (pictured) said forced anal exams used to determine sexual orientation will now be stopped.

The injured man, named only as 26-year-old Irshad, met up with his lover, 30, for 'one last time' in Kattipuram, India, before he was due to tie the knot with a bride of their parents' choice.