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Donald Trump tore into James Comey again this morning, this time over the fired FBI director's acknowledgement that he took Hillary Clinton's status as frontrunner in the presidential election into account when he told lawmakers about the reopening of her email investigation. Trump (pictured center, today) said that Comey and his deputy Andrew McCabe, also fired from the FBI, had 'committed many crimes' during their tenures at the law enforcement agency. Both came to a bitter end in the Trump administration. 'Comey drafted the Crooked Hillary exoneration long before he talked to her (lied in Congress to Senator G), then based his decisions on her poll numbers. Disgruntled, he, McCabe, and the others, committed many crimes!' the president tweeted.

Obama compromised the Justice Department on Hillary Clinton's email probe says James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey says President Obama's (together, top) decision to comment publicly on the Hillary Clinton (inset) email probe was one reason he made his own infamous public statement about the investigation. Comey said Obama 'shouldn't have done it,' and that it was one reason he decided to announce the results of the FBI investigation. He had told '60 Minutes' Clinton made a 'mistake,' but said it was 'not a situation in which America's national security was endangered.' The former president also told Fox News Clinton 'would never intentionally put America in any kind of jeopardy.' Trump (bottom) has today hit out at Comey's  'lies' about when the probe was ordered.

EXCLUSIVE - 'Joran DID kill Natalee Holloway':  Ex of accused killer's best friend tells Dr Phil missing teen died after a night of drinking, and van der Sloot hid body with his father's help

Emily Heistand, 23, said that it was just two or three months after she met and began dating John Ludwick that she learned about the infamous Holloway case, which remains unsolved after more than a decade. 'He told me that Joran did do it, and hid the body,' Heistand told Dr Phil in an interview that was aired Monday. 'John told me that Joran got this Natalee girl all drunk at a bar and Joran took her to the beach and they were having a good time and she started seizuring and foaming at the mouth.' She then added: 'Joran called his dad and helped him dispose of the body.'

A South Carolina prisons spokesman says seven inmates are dead and 17 others required outside medical attention after hours of fighting inside a maximum security prison.

PIERS MORGAN: No wonder Trump fired 'Judas’ Comey- I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could

The central premise of James Comey’s lengthy literary whine is that Donald Trump’s ‘morally unfit’ to be President. Yet, as revealed by his own damning words, it’s Comey himself who is not only ‘morally unfit’, but was also ultimately most responsible for getting Trump elected. The reality is that James Comey’s a snivelling, egotistical worm who quite possibly swung an election through disastrous misjudgment, was correctly fired for staggering incompetence, and is now cashing in on his abject failure in a manner that should make all right-minded Americans, Republican or Democrat, puke in disgust.

It's Kellyanne vs. George! Trump spokeswoman Conway tussles with Clinton-aide-turned-ABC-interviewer who gave James Comey an hour-long TV interview the White House criticizes as a 'free political commercial' 

'At the end of your interview, George, he gave a free political commercial, telling people to go out there and vote against the president and his interests,' Conway complained about a '20/20' special that gave Comey one uncontested shot after another at the president. During the interview broadcast Sunday night, Comey suggested that voters are 'duty-bound' to remove the 'morally unfit' Trump via the ballot box. The West Wing saw the former lawman's spotlight moment as anticlimactic, a White House official said Monday morning, sending just one spokeswoman to battle Stephanopoulos on 'Good Morning America' and other news talk shows.

An attorney for President Donald Trump has told a judge that prosecutors should not get to study evidence seized from his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen (right), until he has reviewed the material.

'I think she'll bolt. She bolted before': Outspoken feminist icon Germaine Greer predicts doom for Meghan and Harry's marriage as she slams the royal family

Outspoken feminist author Germaine Greer has delivered her grim prediction for the wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Ms Greer, 79, believes the Suits actress will find royal live boring, rigid and demanding, and 'bolt', like she did from her first marriage to film producer Trevor Engelson in 2013. Ms Greer also implied Ms Markle was marrying for money and status, but had not fully considered all she was giving up for love. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are due to wed on May 19 at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

'Traditional' Prince Harry wants Meghan's dress to be a complete surprise on the day and the name of the designer will only be revealed by Kensington Palace after Meghan arrives for her big day.

Prince Harry, 33, joined Prime Minster Theresa May at the youth round table and opening session of the Commonwealth Youth Forum at the the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.

Back in 2014, Prince Harry's bride-to-be shared a recipe for her 'Signature Tig Cup' on her now defunct lifestyle blog The Tig, consisting of gin, celery, radish, grapefruit and mint.

Ex-Scientology guard reveals Tom Cruise and John Travolta's rivalry

Former Scientologist Brendan Tighe, 37, has told DailyMail.com about the rivalry between Cruise and John Travolta - who believed he was leader David Miscavige's 'favorite son' before the actor came along. He told DailyMail.com: 'I can assure you Travolta doesn't recognize Cruise as a superior in any way. When Cruise got that medal Travolta was so pi**ed off'. The Top Gun actor was awarded the Freedom Medal of Valor by Miscavige which is said to have made Travolta 'jealous' and caused him to fire off an angry letter. The 37-year-old also told how he was forced to have his teeth whitened because 'you had to have a good smile for Tom Cruise.'

Asifa Bano's body was found a week after she was kidnapped by a gang trying to drive away the Muslim nomadic herders to which she belonged in India's Jammu and Kashmir.

Serious incidents on Allegiant planes in the U.S. included cabins filling with smoke or toxic fumes, major components on ageing planes breaking on takeoff, and blown engines.

An international team of scientists found footprints at a site in the Dolomites Mountains of northern Italy, which they say mark the moment dinosaurs exploded onto the Earth as its dominant form of life.

This image made available by NASA shows an illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Scheduled for an April 2018 launch, the spacecraft will prowl for planets around the closest, brightest stars. These newfound worlds eventually will become prime targets for future telescopes looking to tease out any signs of life. (NASA via AP)

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite - Tess for short - is embarking Monday from Cape Canaveral on a two-year quest to find and identify mystery worlds lurking in our cosmic backyard.

The 29-year-old Irish MMA fighter appeared to be in a reflective mood over the weekend, posting on his Instagram about 'learning lessons' as he awaits trial for assault charges in New York City.

According to OK! magazine, Kate's hospital bag is packed and ready to go and the royal has included various good luck charms, as well as pampering treats to help her recover from the birth.

US stealth cruise missile used for first time during Syria strikes

A U.S. stealth cruise missile which is accurate to within 10 feet and can be fired from 575 miles away was used in combat for the first time during airstrikes on Syria, it has emerged.  The AGM-158B JASSM-ER missile was fired from a B-1B Lancer bomber over the Mediterranean at Damascus as a U.S.-led coalition targeted chemical weapons sites in Syria. The U.S. military fired 85 missiles in total, using three destroyers and a submarine as well as the B1-B bombers, joining the UK and France in responding to a chemical attack by the Assad regime a week earlier. The new missile is an extended range (ER) version of a Joint Air-To-Surface Munition (JASSM), with two-and-a-half times the range, and has been operational since 2014 but never before fired in combat.

The British delegation to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said Russia and Syria had not yet allowed access to Douma. Russia said that was merely 'conjecture' by the British.

'Cash me ousside' girl who became a viral sensation after appearing on Dr Phil begins her three-month rap tour with a sold-out performance

Rapper Bhad Bhabie, better known as the 'cash Me ousside' girl, has begun a US tour with a sold-out performance in California. The 15-year-old found fame in 2017 when she told Dr Phil to 'cash me ousside, how bou' dah?' while discussing her 'bad attitude' on the show. Her debut show in Santa Ana on Saturday night was the first of 32 performances on her 'Bhanned in the USA' tour. In addition more than a million people have watched a clip of her performance which she posted on Instagram yesterday. The next show in San Antonio, Texas, will be followed by performances in Dallas and Houston before she moves on to Florida early in May, according to her website.

Dr Haya Al Awad, the Saudi Arabian Deputy Minister for Girls’ Education, was appearing at the International Exhibition & Forum For Education in the Saudi capital Riyadh at the time.

The award-winning movie-maker - who has helmed hits such as Jaws, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - has won the race.

A mother has revealed she has thrown her husband out of their home after discovering pornographic pictures on his phone, taking to British parenting site Mumsnet to ask for advice from other parents.

Two tornadoes tore up trees and ripped apart homes in Greensboro and Reidsville, North Carolina, killing a motorist who was hit by a tree, local media reported.

Shocking moment a brazen thief shoots a man in broad daylight before stealing his $8500 gold chain at a Florida gas station

Surveillance cameras have captured the shocking moment a brazen thief shot and robbed a man in broad daylight at a gas station in Lauderhill on March 30 around 7pm. Police say that a driver and a passenger in a black Chevrolet Camaro were circling the gas station looking for a victim before settling on a man wearing a gold chain. Video showed the Camaro slowly pull up behind the man's car before the passenger jumps out and pulls a gun on the victim as he walks back to his purple 1989 Chevrolet Carpice (left). The victim, identified as Daryl Bellamy by 7 News, backs up and tries to make a run for it before he is shot in the backside. Bellamy is seen on video throwing his gold chain, which is valued to be worth $8,500 according to 7 News, and gives up his possessions to the gunman (right).

NEW Vegan antinatalist groups on social media often feature militant memes (main) promoting their views that it is wrong for humans to reproduce; those who disagree have been trolled online (inset)

The former Florida home of American actor and singer David Cassidy, who died in November, is now available for fans to rent - should they have a spare $1,500 (£1,050) to spend per night.

NEW A criminal complaint said that the animals were infested with flea and worms, with many of them suffering hair loss and rooms 'overpowered' with debris at the home in New Florence, Pennsylvania.

Bystander films a naked black Harvard student 'high on hallucinogenic drugs' being repeatedly punched by police in the middle of Cambridge

Selorm Ohene , 21, a math major at Harvard, was arrested on Saturday on charges of indecent exposure, resisting arrest and assault after being involved in a violent confrontation with police. A bystander's video showed officers pulling the naked, likely intoxicated student to the ground and then punching him in the stomach five times (right), allegedly because he was non-compliant.

R. Lee Ermey, a former marine who made a career in Hollywood playing hard-nosed military men like Gunnery Sgt Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, has died.

Woman spends $50K on plastic surgery to look like Jessica Rabbit

Model Carly Mersola, 26, got lip fillers to enlarge her pout and a boob job that has increased her bra size to an H cup. Carly, from California, also had her chin enhanced and defined thanks to a chin implant and botox injections. The various procedures she has done since December 2017 reached a whopping $50,150, and helped her achieve a look inspired by her all-time fictional idol Jessica Rabbit (inset), a character from the hit 1990's Warner Bros film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. In the future, Carly (pictured left before surgery and center and right after the procedures) plans on getting a Brazilian butt lift and another boob job.

Two children have died and five others were injured in a fatal crash that took place Sunday around 3am in Pampano Beach, Florida in a stolen vehicle that crashed and flipped over on railroad tracks.

Making small savings when you go to the supermarket can have a difference on your wallet. FEMAIL takes a look at some ways you can to hit the supermarket and save.

Carrie Underwood appears at the ACM Awards in first performance after 'life-changing' facial injury that required 50 stitches after freak fall at her home

The 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards kicked off at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas on Sunday night in a show airing live in CBS. Many of country music’s hottest stars, including Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line are set to perform and Chris Stapleton leads the pack of nominees with a total of eight nominations. It also marks the return to Vegas of Jason Aldean who was performing on October 1 when a gunman opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Strip, leaving 58 people dead and 851 injured.

The researchers, from Florida State University, suggest the bias may not be malicious, and could be because gossipers are concerned for the safety of their more skimpily dressed peers.

Two skydivers had a parachute malfunction that left them hanging in a tree in Salisbury, North Carolina. 'I’m grateful to God to be alive — we really shouldn’t be,' Cassie Ellis said.

Associate Professor Richard Blackburn, from the University of Leeds, found the herbal beverage helps to manage people's blood-sugar levels through its effects on carbohydrate absorption.

California-based WhatsApp has released an update that allows users to recover pictures, videos, GIFs, documents or voice notes that were sent and subsequently deleted.

Los Angeles actress reveals her struggle to get roles

Claire Glassford, 26, of Los Angeles starred in the movie Collateral Beauty with Kate Winslet, Edward Norton and Helen Mirren but a few months after it was released, she was dropped from her agency. But despite the disappointment that and defeat, Claire is still pursuing a career in acting. The Nashville native now balances her time between her working as a server and auditioning for roles. But even with the rejection, she said she wouldn't want to do anything else. She said: 'I just have to keep moving and maybe it will all end in it not working and I'm alone but I don't care and I'll keep doing it.'

A man is pictured standing on the platform at New York's High Street - Brooklyn Bridge Station with explosives and a timer behind him.

Fitness star Rob Eades, 24, of London, shares his top swaps that can cut significant calories from your diet every day by swapping avocado for cucumber and a cereal bar for an apple.

Lonely Planet reveals the world's greatest architectural marvels

A new book from Lonely Planet called Amazing Architecture: A Spotter's Guide has revealed 120 of the world's greatest human constructions and where to see them. The book explores classic must-see buildings, old favourites and intriguing constructions. Pictured: The unique basket-shaped building that formerly belonged to the Longaberger Company in Newark, Ohio (main); the bizarre cube houses in Rotterdam in the Netherlands designed by Piet Blom (top right); the Habitat 67 housing complex in Montreal, Canada (top left), and the 'little crooked house' shopping centre in Sopot, Poland (bottom left). Pictured bottom right is the The Museum of Contemporary Art in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

Locals and loved ones in New Jersey community are frantically searching for answers in the suspicious death of admired coach and retired middle school teacher, Anthony Bello, 77.

The Chinese-made weapon was commissioned to China's PLA Rocket Force today. Reports claim it to be DF-26, a supersonic medium-to-long-range missile that could reach Guam.

The six-inch oval case made for Anne of Brittany, which weighs around 100 grams, was displayed in the Thomas-Dobrée museum in Nantes. Robbers stole it over the weekend.

Undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. wants to come out of retirement and try mixed martial arts. But as Heather Hardy and Amanda Serrano can tell him, that's not so easy.

Anthony Wroble, 42, allegedly shot a woman dead first at a picnic table in Sunset Park, Las Vegas, then turned the gun on a man before fleeing, and is on the run from police.

American actress Rose McGowan has called Karl Lagerfeld a 'dinosaur misogynist' for saying models who don't want their pants pulled down should 'join a nunnery' and posted an image of a nun.

Hilarious photos capture the unique relationship between employees and their bosses

A hilarious new online gallery compiled by BoredPanda showcases the hilarious and occasionally strained relationship between employer and employee. Pictured, clockwise from top left: Cory is named and shamed at a work event, a staff member makes light of surfing the web in work time, one boss is not up for chit chat today, in the absence of their employer co-workers improvised to make a replacement, a shop worker makes a good impression on camera and a manager learns the meaning of LOL.

Dr Tim Bono, a psychologist at Washington University in St Louis, says it's hard to be happy if we constantly concern ourselves with how we measure up to those around us.

Adopting the diet, loaded with fruit and veg, whole grains, olive oil and fish, lowers the risk of hospitalisation in patients with cirrhosis, experts at Virginia Commonwealth University found.

Shocking video shows the moment a car collides with another vehicle at a stop light in Illinois and kills a family-of-three

A shocking video (left) shows the moment a car collided with another vehicle at a stop light in Illinois, killing a family-of-three. Serif Dilji, 57; his wife Edije Dilji, 48, and their daughter, Amra Dilji (all pictured bottom right), 20, were all killed in the horror crash in Des Plaines last month. All three were pronounced dead at the scene. The Diljis' son, Amel (bottom right, far right), 16, was hospitalized at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge and is expected to survive his injuries. Surveillance video of the crash that was recently released shows the moment the Dilji's vehicle was attempting to make a right turn at the light when the other vehicle slammed into them. Des Plaines police said Amel was behind the wheel when he turned in front of the Lexus. Ruslan Nairner, 38, was the driver of the other vehicle. Nairner was treated and released from the hospital at the time. Officials said they do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor, and described the accident as a 'very tragic crash.'

The mono virus binds to susceptible DNA in certain people to reprogram their immune system cells and raise their risks for seven diseases, a Cincinnati Children's Hospital study revealed.

Eighty percent of Americans newly diagnosed with hypertension after the guideline change will not see any benefit from lowering their blood pressure, a study warns.

Liz Hurley is ridiculed for scantily-clad snaps with her son

The star of The Royals sent fans into a frenzy with her latest post, a behind-the-scenes snap from the show in a tiny black dress and fishnets, alongside Damian, 16, and Joan Collins (right). She also recently raised eyebrows by wearing a plunging sequinned dress to her son's 16th birthday party (left).

NEW Artis Amsterdam Royal Zoo released the bird in Sardinia last weekend after its doting gay fathers spent a year raising it in the Dutch capital. They took turns sitting on the egg and regurgitating food.

Revolution's $7 cover-up, which comes in 25 shades, has caught the attention of high-profile bloggers including Sophdoesnails and Debra-Bow - who branded it the 'holy grail' of concealers.

NEW Warwick University scientists, who led the study, today said there was a 'strikingly consistent' link between short sleep and obesity. The findings were derived from a review of 42 older trials.

NEW Georgina Lee, from London, shared the Penguin Classics cover of G. K. Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday. Many Twitter users agreed the dynamite sticks looked like tampons.


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Body of shooting victim floats ashore in front of tourists in Mexico

Tourists at a Mexican beach resort were shocked to find the body of a murdered man floating ashore on what was once a family friendly holiday destination. The body was found on a beach in Acapulco, Guerrero state, on Sunday, after a suspected shooting. The incident took place just over a week after 14 people were murdered in 36 hours in Cancun, another Mexican tourist hotspot plagued by gang violence. Last year alone the state of Guerrero registered a record 25,000 murders - more than 68 per day.

New England tight end Rob Gronkowski has yet to publicly commit to returning for the 2018 season, but he won't be with the Patriots for the start of their off-season workout program.

Andrew Craig Brunson, 50, from North Carolina, is facing up to 35 years in Turkish prison on charges of 'committing crimes on behalf of terror groups without being a member' and 'espionage.'

'I would love to hear the 911 call on this case,' Philadelphia attorney Lauren Wimmer said. 'Can you imagine the 911 call if it was "There's two white women sitting here... come quick!"

The study, commissioned by German newspaper Bild, showed that 51 per cent of those surveyed believed the 'no go zones' existed - as opposed to 41 per cent who claimed they didn't.

A range of bibs, t-shirts and babygrows emblazoned with the slogan 'enjoy cocaine' is available to buy on Amazon UK through an independent retailer.

Terrifying moment hot air balloon with 14 passengers on board crash lands in a San Diego neighborhood

A hot air balloon made a crash landing in a San Diego neighborhood Sunday.  14 passengers and a pilot were aboard the balloon at the time when they landed. No injuries have been reported the San Diego Police Department confirmed.  The incident occurred around 7:30 p.m. in Rancho Penasquitos in the northeast part of San Diego, Fox reported.

The 41-year-old Danish man suffered a nasty gash to his leg but was able to get to shore for treatment after the 2.40pm attack at Lefthanders beach near Gracetown, Western Australia.

The new peptide-based product, tested on damaged human enamel in the lab, offers hope of another way of preventing enamel loss and cavities. Washington University scientists created it.

Dr Niall McCrae, a mental health lecturer at King's College London, claims the controversial practice of circumcision should be considered in the same regard as female genital mutilation.

Internet goes nuts over impossibly cute video of squirrel dramatically waking up... and then gently falling back asleep

The person the squirrel is nestled with in the clip is Elena Ermakova from Novosibirsk, Russia, who reportedly took her in as a baby after she fell out of her nest and was abandoned. She is now a member of the family and even, apparently, has her own shelf in the fridge. Her hobbies include hiding nuts in all sorts of places around the house – such as jacket pockets and in flower pots - and chewing anything within reach.

Customers share snaps of over-the-top plastic packaging on social media - and they will make you worry about the impact on the planet as plastic can take up to 1,000 years to decompose.

The St Cloud State University in Minnesota study, based on results from 87 women, showed those who had spicy food found men one fifth better-looking.

Researchers from University College London believe intelligent people may be more likely to lead healthy lifestyles. The effect was not seen in women, which may be due to hormonal differences.

Skiers strip off to underwear to mark the end of winter in Siberia

Russians cast off the gloom from the new Cold War with the West with a record-breaking descent in swimwear. Some 1,525 revellers stripped to bikinis and bathing shorts despite temperatures of only 41F in the spring sunshine of the Siberian resort of Sheregesh. Skiers and snowboarders marked the end of the winter season by beating their own previous Russian record for the near naked descent.

The unnamed Serbian ex-SS man was charged as a juvenile because he was only 19 when deployed to the death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. He is accused of complicity in 13,335 murders.

Laleh Mohmedi, from Melbourne, Australia, has set Instagram alight with her crafty trick for getting her children to eat healthily, and has shared her latest creations online.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT - Pablo de Melo was brutally attacked by a shark while swimming at Piedade Beach in Recife, Brazil on Sunday afternoon. The 34-year-old miraculously survived.

Henry the Rhodesian ridgeback stunned his owner when she returned to their home in Kentucky, US and discovered him in a pile of feathers after he had ripped into her new pillows.

The world’s most hipster cities revealed, with Brighton No1

The seaside resort on the UK's south coast came top of the International Hipster Index, which ranks cities against key indicators of ‘hipsterdom’ such as vegan cafes, coffee shops and tattoo parlours. Despite missing out on the top spot, America boasts the most hipster places in the ranking overall, stealing 16 of the spots in the top 20. Pictured are Brighton, top left, Portland, top right, Salt Lake City, bottom left and Seattle, bottom right.

The primate foursome sneaked out of their enclosure at the Southwest National Primate Research Center in San Antonio, Texas, sneaking from enclosures and climbing a fence.

New York rapper Azealia Banks took to Instagram Saturday evening with a series of sobbing videos saying she was roofied and raped. She wrote: 'Lowkey just got raped. I feel like dirt'.

Hardy Specker, 61, and partner Petra Windmeisser, 60, had pulled over to sleep in the Kuiseb Canyon in Namibia when they were woken by loud scratching at a window in the early hours.

Robert Csak, 32, is facing more than a dozen weapons charges after cops found the weapons cache in Lindenhurst, New York while investigating reports of the threatening voicemails.

Charlotte Casiraghi, 31, daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, is reportedly expecting her first child with Dimitri Rassam, 36. The couple revealed their engagement last month.

Daredevil skateboarder Nikita Belyakov, 21, was filmed performing a series of stomach-churning stunts together with a friend on top of a 50-floor skyscraper in Dubai.

Chris Martin made her marry in secret. No wonder second time round it’s…Gwynnie’s ME, ME,

First time around, Gwyneth Paltrow (left) secretly married on a ranch in the resort of Santa Barbara, with no friends or family present. To fulfil the conditions set by her publicity-shy rock star groom, Chris Martin, there was no party, no speeches, no pictures and no flowers for the bride, who was four months pregnant with their daughter, Apple. Now Gwyneth is about to marry again. This time, she is determined to get the full white wedding of her dreams, and - judging by the self-publicising ostentatiousness of her preparations - she wants the world to know about it. Her groom, TV executive Brad Falchuk (inset), says she is 'the most beautiful woman of all time'. Pictured left to right: Brad Falchuck, Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.

A man using the pseudonym Anthony Fletcher, has confessed to fathering 22 children after illegally advertising his sperm on Facebook and handing it over at a roadside near Glasgow.

A scientist from Plymouth University is investigating several different ways to reduce plastic pollution in the oceans. Around 700,000 micirofibres are released from some items of clothing in every wash.

Mobile phone footage emerged showing a sea lion strolling along a crowded street in southwest China. The sea mammal was believed to have escaped from an aquarium nearby.

Loki the eight-year-old sphynx from Brookyn has garnered more than 60,000 Instagram fans thanks to its sassy facial expressions and is giving the original Grumpy Cat a run for its money.

Experts from Lancaster University studied bacteria found on 'bee bread', fermented pollen used as a food source by the insects, in 29 honeybee hives across northwest England.

Russian newlyweds' weird wedding photos that shun tradition

A series of hilarious pictures uploaded to BoredPanda taken at a host of raucous Russian weddings capture a more humorous interpretation of wedding photography. From rather rude props to bad Photoshopping and less than romantic poses, these are some of the weirdest wedding pictures that will be sure to make for a very memorable album. (Clockwise: A bride hitching a ride on a groom's shoulders, a couple posing against a rug held up by their bridal party, a bride and groom pose with guns, a couple merge into centaurs, a woman takes aim on a pool table, a groom enjoys his new-wife's watermelon.)

Frightened passengers on the flight from Gatwick watched on as the three boozed-up women attacked each other at 30,000ft (pictured), leaving one of them with a bloodied face.

Denmark's Queen Margrethe II turned 78 on Monday, and waved to crowds from the balcony of Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen flanked by her grandchildren.

American etiquette expert Myka Meier has created a one day etiquette course to achieve polish and sophistication. Sophia Money Coutts, 33, shared her experience of The Duchess Effect.

Researchers have discovered a link between a woman's reproductive cycle and her sense of smell. Claire Coleman revealed the fragrances to wear if your scent is affected by menopause.

The dog, believed to be a stolen pet, had been sold by a vendor at a Chinese market known for its dog meat trade. Dozens of animal lovers raised money to buy it together with 20 other caged dogs.

Minnesota firehouse opens doors during blizzard for prom

Firefighters have come to the rescue for a group of Minnesota high school students after a blizzard struck during their prom.  As much as 15 inches of snow was predicted to hit Forest Lake, north-east of Minneapolis, on Saturday right when the teenagers would have normally been posing for their prom photos outside. The Forest Lake Fire Department decided to step in and save the day by opening its firehouse for several hours so the students could take pictures away from the blizzard. About 200 students from Forest Lake High School, who quickly dubbed the ordeal #BlizzardProm, posed in their formal clothes on firetrucks and around the firehouse.

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The perfect place for a stretch! Elephant holds up traffic to do his morning exercises in amazing video 

A stretching elephant decided that he was going to do his morning exercises stood on a busy road. The elephant, who appeared to be conducting a yoga routine, was captured lengthening out its back leg in a move reminiscent of the spiritual exercise. The amusing moment was captured by Michelle Broadhurst, 49 and Jacques Joubert, 55 during a trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa. 

Ekaterina Krysova, 29, has been jailed for 11 years for murdering Anna Belova who was knifed 15 times in a frenzied attack at her home in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.

Researchers from Yale University found ketamine's anti-depression effects wear off after 25 days, suggesting the horse tranquiliser is best suited to those with an imminent risk of suicide.

Penelope (not her real name), 22, has already racked up $270,000 in bids from wealthy older men but hopes the final figure will top $1 million to pay for the holiday of a lifetime.

R. Kelly is facing fresh sexual harassment claims once again. The R&B; singer has been accused of giving a Texas woman a sexually transmitted disease during an eight-month relationship.

State Trooper holding bear cubs he rescued after their mother died

Trooper DH Cepelnik rescued the two adorable black bear cubs after their mother was hit by a vehicle and killed in Franklin County, south of Roanoke, Virginia. The law enforcement agency later posted an adorable picture of State Trooper Cepelnik on social media showing him holding the cubs, praising him for his work using the hashtag #JustDoingHisJob. In the photo, the State Trooper has one cub climbing on his back, while holding the other in a firm grip as it tries to wriggle free.

What runners look like before and after running Paris Marathon

Captured by photographer Flavien Prioreau and shared to a French fitness site, the portraits from last week's Paris marathon show the runners looking surprisingly unfazed by their charity event. Additionally it was the first marathon for many of the participants, whose pictures proved that anyone can take part in the annual occasion. The snaps come just ahead of the London Marathon, which takes place on the 22nd April and is the 38th annual mass participation, also covering 26.2 miles and starting in Greenwich. Pictured from left to right: Melisande, an engineer from France, ran the marathon in four hours and 58 minutes, citing the atmosphere as her motivation. Chloe, 20, a student from the UK, ran her first marathon in 5 hours, 46 minutes, managing to finish it without walking. Tiffany, 29, a management controller from France, did the run in 3 hours 52 minutes - her target time, despite it being her first run.

Three-story home collapses in India after thousands of RATS burrowed into its foundations

Rats brought down a three-storey house after burrowing into its foundations for years, almost killing a family of eight who left just hours earlier. Dramatic footage shows the building slowly topple over near Mankameshwar Temple in Agra, northern India - an area where the rodent population is notoriously high. The slippery creatures have been tunnelling under homes and weakening their foundations, as well as damaging sewer pipelines, streets and other infrastructure.



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