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Is Cristiano Ronaldo engaged? Georgina Rodriguez flashes huge diamond

Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 24, added weight to growing rumours of an engagement to the superstar striker, 33, by revealing a sparkling diamond ring in her wedding finger as she cheered the Portuguese national team to victory in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday afternoon (main image). The Spanish beauty pointedly flashed the huge rock to a female friend as she watched her partner thump home the decisive winning goal against Morocco, his fourth of the World Cup tournament as Portugal played their second Group B game at the Luzhniki Stadium (left). Georgina’s new, prominent item of jewellery gave rise to further speculation that the footballer has proposed to his long-term girlfriend, who gave birth to her first child with the father-of-four in November. 

Desperate May pleads for Labour Brexiteers to save her from EU Bill defeat

The government defeated a potentially explosive amendment that would have allowed the Commons to overrule the PM by a margin of 319 to 303. The victory came after rebel ringleader Dominic Grieve effectively caved in after hours of frantic negotiations with ministers. A deal was finally reached after the government offered assurances that Speaker John Bercow will get the final say on the type of Parliamentary vote held if there is no deal struck with the EU. To cries of 'shame' from the Labour benches, Mr Grieve admitted ministers had not given significant ground, but said he had secured a way for the House to make its view on a Brexit deal 'clear'.

The Department of Homeland Security is drafting an order to end the child separation policy that's become a political albatross for the Trump administration.

Mary Parkinson, 57, the eldest daughter of the former Cabinet Minister and his wife Lady Ann Parkinson, was discovered her home in Battersea by concerned neighbours.

The Warwick Rowers, based at Warwick University, have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity and have won an army of fans for posting the naked images on Instagram.

Two more bodies have been found under the cliffs at Beachy Head, East Sussex, bringing the total to seven in the last week after a mother and her son along with three other bodies were discovered.

Newlywed husband puts his wedding ring for sale on eBay

Andy Mitchell, from Fife in Scotland, posted a picture of the wedding rings he and his wife exchanged at their £30,000 dream wedding ceremony in Mexico on June 3. But Mr Mitchell accompanied the listing with the news that just six days after the ceremony he discovered his new wife Meaghan Mitchell was having an affair, and claimed it had started on her hen night.

The former wife demanded half of the tycoon's fortune, which would have been £230m. But the judge ruled that she was only entitled to 25 per cent due his 'special contribution' to the family's wealth

Professor Luke Bisby, a fire expert who analysed the spread of the Grenfell inferno, told a hearing on Wednesday that the cladding panels' core was capable of burning as hot as petrol.

Families fury at 650 early deaths at 'Dr Opiate' Gosport hospital

A damning report published today revealed 'a disregard for human life' at Gosport War Memorial hospital in Hampshire and 'a culture of shortening the lives of a large number of patients'. At least 450 people were found to have died prematurely between 1989 and 2000, the inquiry found, with an extra 200 probably affected before medical records went missing. The inquiry looked at the actions of Dr Jane Barton (top right), dubbed 'Dr Opiate', who oversaw the dishing out of the powerful painkillers at the hospital. She has since retired. Among those who died at the hospital were (left to right) Geoffrey Packman, Gladys Richards, Elsie Devine, Arthur Cunningham, Robert Wilson, Stan Carby, Jean Stevens and Edna Purnell.

Lord Sugar's 'racist' tweet likens Senegal World Cup squad to beach sellers

Lord Alan Sugar today sparked a huge race row after he posted a racist tweet comparing the Senegal World Cup squad to black beach sellers. Hundreds of people immediately slammed the 71-year-old Apprentice host, but he initially failed to back down, calling the reaction 'OTT' to what was a 'bloody joke'. The tweet was eventually removed 23 minutes later - but Lord Sugar insisted this was only because it was 'interpreted in the wrong way as offensive by a few people'. However, 82 minutes after posting the initial message, he admitted the tweet was 'misjudged' and his 'attempt at humour has backfired', saying he was 'very sorry'. Lord Sugar's position as host of the popular BBC TV programme - which has run for 13 seasons so far, with another on screen this autumn - could now come into doubt.

The man was said to have opened the door to the branch in York opposite the city's Museum Gardens and tried to get the boy to go with him, after beckoning him from outside the window.

Safia Akhtar Noor had also previously posted on Facebook that people should 'grow up and stop pointing fingers' after the Westminster terror attack which left five dead.

John Phelps, 71, wanted to pay his respects to his mother and father but was 'furious' at the disrespect shown by gravediggers who dumped a mound of rubble on their shared gravestone in Newport.

The Queen is picture perfect in pastel blue for Royal Ascot

The monarch rode in the traditional carriage procession to the parade ground and looked in great spirits as she waved to the crowds. Her Majesty looked perfect in a pastel blue ensemble, sporting a hat with a pink flower embellishment. Also attending this afternoon are Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, looking chic in a green coat dress (inset).

Eagle-eyed fans were quick to note that Meghan did not fasten her Ascot name badge to her front, as Prince Harry did and the Duchess of Cambridge has always done on her own Ascot outings.

Glamorous female guests turned the Berkshire racecourse into a fashion parade on Wednesday, donning their finery as they rubbed shoulders with A-listers and even royalty.

Royal Ascot revellers put on a colourful display on day two

Celebrities led the way in ensuring the glamour stakes were high at Royal Ascot today, with many defying the trend for modest dresses in plunging necklines. Left to right: Kirsty Gallacher put on an eye-popping display in polka dots; Billie Faiers showed off her curves in a plunging white dress; Declan Donnelly was joined by his pregnant wife Ali and Georgia Toffolo looked picture perfect in a yellow floral dress.

These photos reveal some of the sensational fine dining fare guests are tucking into at the five-day racing spectacle, with meals crafted by some of the country's top chefs including Raymond Blanc.

The outfit Meghan, 36, chose for her Ascot debut was very similar to the Dior ensemble the Queen's late sister Princess Margaret wore to the racing event 66 years earlier.

Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died after getting trapped naked in airing cupboard

Elizabeth Isherwood died from hypothermia after getting stuck in an airing cupboard while naked, having gotten lost while visiting the toilet in the middle of the night. The 60-year-old desperately tried to claw her way out 'over a number of days' after the door handle disintegrated at Plas Talgarth holiday complex in North Wales (inset). An inquest into her death heard how the former policewoman (pictured left and right) fought in vein to free herself by digging through the brickwork and ripping shelves from the wall. But in the process, Mrs Isherwood burst a pipe which caused water to rain down on her, speeding up the process of hypothermia and leading her to freeze to death. Her family revealed that Mrs Isherwood had managed to make a hole in one of the walls and was inches from freedom, but a picture hanging up on the other side of the wall disguised the opening in the plasterboard.

Drawings of human figures (pictured) have been added by architects ahead of the proposed creation of Harry and Meghan's luxury six-bed mansion in Great Tew, Gloucestershire.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's youngest child Prince Louis, born on April 23, will be baptised in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London on July 9.

Harrison Scott-Hood, 23, Alberto Carrasco, 19, and Jack Gilbert, 23, who were known as 'Lover', 'Trip' am and 'K-Bag' respectively, were found dead near Loughborough Junction on Monday.

Doctor keeps job after crash left teenager paralysed

Dr David Rawaf (pictured, left) from Surrey faced being struck off after he accelerated at traffic lights and crashed, leaving a teenager Ekaterina Nuss (pictured, right) paralysed, but has been researching ways to help her walk. Rawaf's BMW (pictured, inset, after the crash) hit trees and two lamp posts, leaving the medic with minor injuries. After Rawaf avoided jail with a 16-month sentence suspended for two years, the doctor gave up a job opportunity in the US to stay in the UK and spend time with the victim, with a Manchester hearing being told he has visits her almost every day.

Finding the most comfortable position while lying in bed can be difficult, with many hours spent tossing and turning. Here, FEMAIL reveals thee best and worst positions for your overall health.

Researchers from the University of Antwerp, Belgium, found people suffering from alcohol-use disorders are more likely to have two compounds in their hair. This could diagnose alcoholism.

Lee Wardle was riding a bus home towards Clapham Junction in London when he got involved in a scuffle with a man who was shouting homophobic abuse around 4am on Sunday, March 25.

Brenda Fenton, 87, faces Clive and Marsha Lewis' forgery claim as part of a 21-year feud between the London neighbours in a swanky St Johns Wood street shared with Paul McCartney.

Father who got court to ban son from contacting him says he was sick of being hounded for

Paul Kerley (left) got a court order to stop his son Matthew, 24, from contacting him for five years. He says he was sick of the 'bank of mum and dad' constantly being raided to buy drugs.
Matthew (right) has been forbidden from approaching his parents through a restraining order after he was convicted of harassing multiple family members. Friends say Paul, 60, from Southampton, Hants, lost patience after he started taking drugs and stealing from his family when he was 14 and still at school. A family source said that after a decade of giving him money, Paul and his wife Coreen, 51, finally decided 'enough is enough' and that prison was the best place for him. He was jailed for 32 weeks last year for harassing them before the restraining order was taken out

People have shared the most ingenious ways pizzerias have delivered pizzas to customers. One delivery man used a horse, while a restaurant cut down on waste by making a box out of pizza.

Public Health England today issued another warning for young people to make sure they have had their MMR vaccine as measles continues to spread across the UK and Europe.

Despite not having customers' consent to send direct marketing emails, BT fired out 4.9million emails between December 2015 and November 2016 promoting three charity initiatives.

Eva Longoria gives birth to her first child as she welcomes baby boy

Eva Longoria, 43, has given birth to her first child, a son she has named Santiago Enrique. The actress and her husband Jose 'Pepe' Baston shared the happy news with HOLA! USA, after confirming the pregnancy in December.

The 80-year-old actress (pictured) had gone to the toilet when she was found slumped against the door at around 1am in her home in leafy Raynes Park, near Wimbledon, in south west London.

World Cup festivities and summer barbecues are set to be hindered due to a lack of production of CO2, which is used to carbonate drinks and preserve fresh foods.

Millionaire accountant, 66, refuses to tear down Britain's biggest 'man cave' he built in

Graham Wildin, 66, caused outrage when he built the 10,000sq/ft leisure centre, including a bowling alley, a 16 seat cinema, squash courts, private casino and bar. Forest of Dean District Council planners said the 'bulky structure' breached planning laws and ordered him to bulldoze it by July 7 of last year. Mr Wildin has stayed defiant and is now being taken to court.

Hanging washing out on the line is a tedious chore and any parent will know how much washing they need to do to keep up with their little ones. Luckily one parent has figured out a hack to make it easier.

Is Simon Cowell RECYCLING acts? Judge pretends to be shocked by naked tablecloth trick on America's Got Talent - despite the act reaching the Britain's Got Talent semi-final (and a total of FIVE franchise appearances)

Simon Cowell was left speechless when Japanese performer Wes-P performed a naked tablecloth trick for the America's Got Talent judges on Monday night's show (right). His shock, however, was somewhat unconvincing, given the same contestant appeared on Britain's Got Talent just a few weeks before (left), and has also cropped up on the Czech-Slovak incarnation of the show Česko Slovensko Má Talent, as well as the German and Georgian versions. Wes-P reached the semi-final on the UK version of the talent show under the moniker Mr Uekusa where he performed an almost identical trick to the one American's watched on Monday evening's show.

The mercury will rise to 83F (28C) today in South East England, before falling to the low-70s F (low-20s C) over the next few days. Temperatures will then go up to 81F (27C) by the weekend.

On the back of the prove for a Channel 5 TV show, Lisa Bickerstaffe, a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation, claimed that SPF and UVA star ratings are 'more important than the price'.

Heartbreaking moment an abused bear sees the outside of its cage for the first time in YEARS as it is rescued from hellish Armenian zoo

In the clip, filmed by International Animal Rescue, workers can be seen removing the thick iron bars outside a small room at the zoo in Echmiadzin, Armenia, where the bear is lying. The person recording the video initially identified the bear as being between five and six years old. However, after workers examine the bear's teeth it is discovered that the bear is far older but appears younger because of how small it is.

Stress can bring on or worsen vision problems and even lead to blindness because of conditions like glaucoma and diabetes, according to research by Magdeburg University in Germany.

Belgians have hit back at John Cleese after he slammed an audience following a disappointing European show, saying they were 'lazy, fat, beer-sodden, pseudo-French b******s'.

NEW Meliha Kaya, 22, was travelling above the 30mph speed limit when her Mini Cooper collided with a BMW and careered off the road and into a tree in South Woodford, East London.

Critics and campaigners say the new legislation, which the European Parliament approved earlier today, will prove to be an excessive restriction on free speech.

Japanese company makes TV apology on behalf of worker who left his desk for just THREE MINUTES each day to buy his lunch - as the country's gruelling work culture is called into question

A 64-year-old male staff member at the Kobe City Waterworks Bureau on the outskirts of Osaka, Japan, took approximately 78 minutes of lunch break over the course of seven months. But his employers took a dim view of his antics, arguing that he had frittered away company time in the pursuit of food. The trips a nearby store, which took three minutes each time, took place a total of 26 times between September 2017 and March 2018.

WhatsApp has confirmed plans to drop support for iOS 7 and Android Gingerbread users worldwide, leaving phone owners unable to send or receive texts via the popular messaging app.

The owners of the Rill, a 260-metre open channel of flowing water, are said to have been worried about potential lawsuits. The aqueous connector links Tower Bridge with London Bridge Station.

'It's about the danger of getting caught': Inside the underground world of graffiti artists - where middle-class youths try to out outdo each other with increasingly daring tags posted on Instagram 

Harrison Scott-Hood, 23, Alberto Carrasco, 19, and Jack Gilbert, 23, who were known as 'Lover', 'Trip' and 'K-Bag' respectively, were found dead on a south London railway line on Monday (inset). Graffiti is back on the rise in London as police concentrate on other crimes and the problems cost the railway network £3.5million-a-year in clean up costs alone. Friends of the three dead men have used social media to show them painting trains (right) - dubbed the 'holy grail'. Leeds Trinity University criminologist Nicola Harding, who has spent years studying graffiti artists in Britain and around the world, has said that street art is increasingly becoming a pursuit for the wealthy using social media like Instagram and YouTube (left) to gain notoriety. She told MailOnline: 'Graffiti writers aren't generally the 14 year old delinquent school boys we imagine, but older people working full time jobs, university students, or from more affluent backgrounds'. On the perilous spots some choose she said: 'Graffiti writing is as much about the danger of getting caught, the adrenaline of trespass and the danger of the situation, as it is the graffiti writing itself'.

Lucy Ellis, 16, was immediately rushed to Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport after going to her GP complaining of feeling unwell. Her identical twin sister Sophie fainted when she heard Lucy had died.

Emmanuel Trailor, 36, the Mayor of Brecon, mid Wales, claims a video showing him snorting creatine, a substance used by bodybuilders, is being used in a smear campaign against him.

EXCLUSIVE: Ming Lui, 60, of Taplow, managed to grow a pineapple from scratch using the top of a pineapple from a fruit he'd bought at Asda. He had to keep it indoors to make sure it was warm enough.

So who is wining the WAG World Cup?

Enlgand's Rebekah Vardy and co have found themselves up against football's most glamorous WAGs in the World Cup style stakes. Pictured clockwise from top left: Russian ex-ballroom dancer Veronika Erokhina, wife of Aleksander Yerokhin; influencer Maja Lindelof, wife of Swedish star Victor; Poland's Dominika Grosicka, wife of Kamil Grosicki; Georgina Rodriguez, the mother of Portuguese star Ronaldo's children; Australia's Aziz Behich's fiancee Rosemarie; Larissa Pereira Firmino, wife of Brazil's Roberto; Rebekah Vardy, wife of Leicester City's Jamie; former Miss Iceland contestant Alexandre Ivarsdottir, girlfriend of Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Fans of the 'Samurai Blue' were filmed cleaning up after their team beat Columbia 2-1 at the Mordovia Arena in Saransk in their opening World Cup match.

Natalya Nemchinova stood out in the crowd during Russia's opening match against Saudi Arabia in Moscow, and the blonde beauty won hearts around the world with her beaming smile.

Girlfriend's hilarious play-by-play account of England's World Cup victory goes viral

The devoted girlfriend, posting under the username lightningstarr, revealed how she gave her partner a running commentary of what was going on in the England v Tunisia match over WhatsApp. Sharing the conversation (left) on Twitter, she explained how her boyfriend had asked her to text him updates from the game (inset) as he was on his way home, adding: 'You can't say it's not accurate'. In her account, she described how a 'Tunisian man [was] on the floor' during the game (right).

US TV host breaks down in tears while reporting news that immigrant babies are being held in 'tender age' shelters in Texas after being forcibly separated from their parents at Mexican border 

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow broke down in tears on-air while reporting breaking news that the Trump administration has been operating 'tender 'age' shelters for immigrant babies and toddlers forcibly separated from their parents.   Maddow teared up on Tuesday night near the end of her program as she read a report from the Associated Press that revealed young children were being held in three facilities in Texas. She repeatedly tried to read a description of the shelters but was forced to abruptly end her show minutes earlier then planned. Maddow took to Twitter after the show to apologize and share the script she was meant to have read.

Pope Francis spoke out amid an outcry over plans to prosecute all immigrants caught crossing the Mexican border illegally, holding adults in jail while their children are sent to government shelters.

How European royals dare to bare their tattoos - as Lady Amelia Windsor displays her

Princess Sofia of Sweden, 33, (far right) has a sunburst tattoo on her back, which she displayed in her wedding dress. Princess Stephanie of Monaco, 53, (second from left) meanwhile has a dragon tattoo on her back, as well as a flower bracelet inked onto her wrist. Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark, 50, (second from right) has shown off a tattoo on his arm, as well as a shark tattoo on his calf. Meanwhile, Princess Stephanie's daughter Pauline Ducruet (far left) has a flower tattoo on her arm. Lady Amelia Windsor showed off her daring tattoo at the Serpentine Summer Party (top).

Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz blamed Angela Merkel for forcing countries to reinstate border controls when she welcomed hundreds of thousands of migrants into the Germany in 2015.

Almost 2,000 more left-wing extremists were considered by German authorities to be potentially violent, up 27 per cent to about 9,000, and violent crimes soared to 1,648 from 876..



Take down! Dramatic moment have-a-go hero tackles 'thief who swiped £170 cash from woman'

These dramatic pictures show a theft suspect being wrestled to the ground and detained by members of the public this afternoon. A flying rugby tackle (pictured) brought the 43-year-old man to the ground after a woman claimed £170 was taken from her as she queued up at an ATM outside Tesco store. People pinned the man down in the Manchester city centre street until police arrived at the scene in front of stunned shoppers and commuters on their lunch-breaks. Officers confirmed a man is being questioned on suspicion of theft (inset, he is escorted from the scene).

Scientists at John Hopkins University in Maryland used radar to discover that the strange shapes on the Medusae Fossae formation were created by volcanic eruptions.

NEW A strong magnitude of 4.7 within five kilometres of Te Kaha in the Bay of Plenty in a small town in New Zealand.

The gathering, which began at about 8pm, came in response to the rising star's murder in Florida, where he was shot in a suspected armed robbery. The vigil blocked off Melrose Avenue in LA.

The identity of a woman who plunged to her death ins East Sussex remains a mystery almost one year on because her body had spent several days in the sea and was 'severely degraded' when found.

The all-new Podcast app is now available to download free for users worldwide. Google has pledged to use AI to improve the software over time.

Dr Hazel Wallace, the Food Medic, has shared a snap of a very well-balanced meal on Instagram that follows the advice of the British Medical Journal following a recent study.

It took the sight of a frail twelve year old boy being denied the only drug that halts his crippling seizures to prompt a right wing politician to admit what he really thinks, says JANET STREET-PORTER.

The university said the email from its career advice service, which included a quote from Nazi general Rommel (pictured) was a 'genuine error' and the staff member involved did not know who he was.

The York family has been blasted for breaking royal protocol and using Instagram. Andrew boasts 55,200 Instagram followers and Fergie has 80,500, yet they're both well behind Eugenie's 239,000.

Sadly, Thomas Markle seems about as camera-shy as a contestant on Love Island. His latest foray was an 'unspun' interview on ITV, where he committed just about every sin in the book.

Researchers compiled a list of over 58,000 pubs from across the UK and Ireland, pulling out the most popular names for drinking establishments in each of the counties.

Kent woman accidentally chops her finger off and her dog eats it

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Kelly Kay, (right) of Sittingbourne, Kent, had to pull out of her exercise session after she had to go to hospital for plastic surgery when she amputated her finger (left) Mrs Kay took to Facebook to tell her students that last night's Clubbercise class was cancelled. The married tutor is expected to have surgery this afternoon at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, West Sussex. She wrote on Facebook: 'Bone clean off with my whole nail' and also posted it wrapped in a blood-covered gauze bandage (inset).

The auction in Dudley, West Midlands, will even feature a camera disguised as a camera, designed to shoot photos through the side of the case when it appears to be safely stowed away.

Sarah Goodman was hit with a $132,000 fine when her son Troy knocked over a sculpture in Kansas, but she told the ITV show This Morning today it was the venue's fault for not keeping it secure.

Similar to the existing T-Charge and next year's Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) in London, the levy will be applied in a bid to tackle lethal 'crisis-level' air pollution.

At a family court hearing in Maidstone, Kent, Judge Wendy Backhouse said the little boy had been subjected to 'inappropriate punishments' by his mother and stepfather.

Terrified commuters fled Southgate Tube station in panic after an electronic device overheated and a 23-year-old from Enfield has been arrested and released under investigation.

Lloyds Banking Group said it was also creating 255 new roles as part of its planned changes and, as a result, it would mean net job losses of 195 roles.

Parents of 19 reception children at Brough Primary School in Hull, were told their child 'would benefit' from remaining in the Early Years Foundation Stage in September, instead of moving up to Year One.

Ministers have been told that freezing the tax-free allowance at £12,500 and the point at which the higher rate kicks in at £50,000 would raise billions of pounds from 2020.

Adorable golden retriever Little Pudding from Shenyang City in the Liaoning Province in northern China is seen getting into the football spirit as he watches Germany play Mexico.

Harry Kane, who scored twice in the 2-1 win on Monday, handed all the credit to his team-mates, praising their ‘togetherness’ and the ‘great bond’ that had developed between them.

WWI chaplain Woodbine Willie 'spent almost his entire salary on 865,000 cigarettes for

'Woodbine Willie', the nickname of Reverend Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy (main, left and right), spent the equivalent of more than £43,000 on nearly 1million Woodbines (centre) for the Allied forces, a new book claims. Records also show that he regularly ventured - unarmed - into No Man's Land, often under heavy machine gun and artillery fire, to give dying troops one final 'gasper'. Biographer Dr Linda Parker (inset, left) spent five years researching Studdert Kennedy's life and estimates he gave away a staggering 865,000 cigarettes at his own expense. Over the course of nearly three years, between December 1915 and September 1918, Studdert Kennedy spent £43,249 - every spare penny of his Ministry of Defence salary, she believes.(Inset right, Studdert Kenendy's grandson, The Reverend Canon Andrew Studdert-Kennedy, who agrees with Parker's findings.)

Ellie Goulding, Jenna Coleman and Kaya Scodelario led the glamour at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party 2018, in association with Chanel, at London's Kensington Gardens on Tuesday.

Head of comedy Shane Allen said shows like Monty Python (pictured) would not get on the BBC today because the days of 'Oxbridge white bloke's' comedy are in the past and diversity is needed.

Children's author Melanie Notaras revealed her simple trick for improving your baby's reading skills, before they can even read - and it won't cost you time or money. FEMAIL takes a look.

Experts at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth believe a killer whale is patrolling off the Devon cost after it was filmed by a family who were out in their kayaks over the weekend.

Schoolboy, 16, turns up for lessons wearing a skirt after being sent home for wearing

Louis Fice, 16, was sent home from school for wearing shorts instead of trousers at Aberaeron high school in Aberaeron, Mid Wales. Due to the heatwave, he then turned up in a skirt - sparking a gender row. The sixth former claims he is now 'fighting for equality' for all genders after teachers scolded him for wearing his makeshift uniform. He says he will wear his navy two-inch-above-the-knee skirt every day - borrowed from one of his female friends.

Ivanka Trump was pressured to get implants by her father when she was pursuing a modelling career as a teenager, a new book on the now-first daughter and her family claims. 

A Chinese zookeeper has been accused of abusing a 12-year-old male panda, named Wei Wei. Panda lovers claimed the animal was so sick because of the zoo's negligence its nose had turned to pink.

Last year, a total 33 terror attacks were reported on the continent and Britain - 10 of which were successful, killing 62 people, while the rest were foiled or failed, Europol said.

Shadi Badawood (pictured), from Hull, is accused of verbally, physically and sexually abusing the woman in Hull after chasing her through a park because she was not from Saudi Arabia.

Instagram will purportedly announce the new video hub, branded IGTV, during a media event in San Francisco today. IGTV will allow users to post hour-long clips for the first time.

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh found that for every 10 percent increase in negative social media experiences, people's risk of depression rises by 20 percent.

Spanish police say the brawl started inside a taxi around 7am near the party resort of San Antonio before spilling out into the road where it was caught on camera by passing motorists.

Steve and Linda, from Fenland, Cambridgeshire, were uncomfortable with the idea of their son Rob, 38, marrying a man, and were reluctant to even attend his wedding to now husband Steve, 31.

The damning figures come after the Parole Board controversially ordered the release of sex attacker John Worboys (pictured), before the decision was reversed amid public outcry.

The world's best-value airport lounges ranked

The world's best-value public airport lounges have been revealed, based on the number amenities they offer for the price. The Al Ghazal Lounge in Abu Dhabi International's Terminal 2 (top left) has been revealed as the top place to check into before a flight, with £21.45 ($28.76) bagging customers free drinks, food, Wi-Fi and newspapers to peruse. Coming in second place, is the slick Strata Lounge in Auckland Airport (top right), which comes with an open bar, buffet and children's play area all for £28.15 ($37.72). Lounge @ B in Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (bottom left) has been rated as the third best-value spot, while 1903 Lounge in Manchester Airport's Terminal 3 comes fourth (bottom right).

Lucy Charlotte Paul says she was disgusted when she claims she discovered a grease-stained glove in the bag with her cooked chicken bought from Tesco on Friday. She purchased it at a store in Wisbech,

Inmates at Manila City Jail are crammed together like the sardines they eat every day in their meager meals, taking turns to sleep on a damp, open floor side-by-side in the boiling hot cell blocks.

The Government Railway Police (GRP) in Puri, India, said they discovered the woman's head on the track at Delanga, around 20 miles away from Puri station, and found her body soon after.

Edie Molyneux, from Tranmere, Wirral, was expected to die young because of the rare mass on her brain, known as a diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG).

British-born designer Clare Waight Keller also revealed that she is 'super proud' of being part of history, after being tasked with the responsibility of creating the Duchess of Sussex's wedding dress.

Vicki Hull, 31 from Southampton, had a condition that made her legs swell and was forced to gain 11 stone - before doctors finally returned her to normal, draining 22 litres of fat from her limbs.

King Salman issued a royal decree relieving Ahmed al-Khatib of his post as head of Saudi Arabia's the General Entertainment Authority after a social media backlash about the circus.

On the game in Edwardian Britain: The hardened faces of some of the UK's first prostitutes

Britain’s earliest sex workers to be photographed by police have been revealed in a collection of mugshots taken more than 100 years ago by police in Birmingham.The images were taken between 1908 and 1911, when alcoholism was rife and women turned to prostitution to fund addiction. Sex workers as young as 15 appear in the mugshots (pictured, far right on top row, teenager Edith Bird, fined for soliciting) which also include Agnes Halker, known as The Old Hag (the 52-year-old brothel-keeper is pictured, bottom row, second from left). Offenders would be smartly dressed and marched to a photography studio as the city's police became the first in the world to routinely take mugshots.

Researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have transferred data signals at a rate of eight gigabits per second for the first time between an aircraft and a ground station.

Britons were bombarded with 3.9 billion nuisance phone calls and text messages last year - the equivalent of 7,420 every minute, according to watchdog Ofcom.

Emergency dispatchers in Halifax, Canada received a call from the 12-year-old complaining about the salad and as the matter was being dealt with, he then called up again to register his displeasure.

Father films his daughter every WEEK for 18 YEARS - showing how she transformed from a tiny baby into a confident woman in an emotional video 

Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester has created a brilliant timelapse video of his daughter Lotte, starting from shortly after she was born on October 28, 1999 (pictured top left) and recording her every year since. You can see her at the age of three (pictured top centre) and at the age of ten (pictured top right). She gets braces at the age of 14 (pictured bottom left) before the camera snaps her shortly after her latest birthday, at the age of 18 (bottom right).

Emma Shardlow Hudson, 29, from Grimsby in Lincolnshire, who nurses Alex, five, and Ollie, two, says her images celebrate happy mums snuggled up with their little ones.

House prices in some London boroughs, including Hackney and Waltham Forest have jumped more than 300 per cent since the year 2000. Other parts of the country have also seen a big rise.

Aldi's £10.99 Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut won a Silver Outstanding medal at the International Wine and Spirits Challenge, one of 20 prizes the supermarket was awarded.

Researchers at the Institute for Research and Health Care Hospital San Raffaele in Milan have discovered bacteria living naturally in men's testicles for the first time, and say they are linked to fertility.

Southend-on-Sea saw the sharpest rise, with average prices up 287 per cent since 2000 according to Land Registry. Only two of the 19 towns and cities, Salford and Sale were in the North of England.

In this photo taken in May 2018 in Canada and provided by Interpol on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, a Canadian wildlife officer inspects a Polar Bear pelt for trade compliance. International police agency Interpol said a giant operation against illegal trade in wildlife and timber resulted in millions of dollars-worth of seizures and the identification of 1,400 suspects across the world. (Interpol via AP)

Among those arrested were flight attendants carrying turtles in their baggage and a hunter who posted his illegal trophies on social media. Some 1,400 suspects have been identified worldwide.

Salah Abdeslam, 28, was removed from solitary confinement at Fleury-Merogis and taken to the Sud Francilien hospital at Corbeil-Essonnes, some ten miles away in southern Paris.

Can YOU spot the naked woman? Identical twins walk down Hollywood Boulevard in 'matching outfits' to see if people notice that one is actually nude and wearing nothing but BODY PAINT

Body painter Jen Seidel, 49, from Baltimore, Maryland, and her daughter Kennedy Walsh, 18, teamed up with identical twin sisters and influencers, Hannah and Leah Stacey, 25, to see if people would be able to tell which twin was fully clothed and which wasn't. As part of a social experiment, they painted Hannah's body in faded jeans and a black, lacy top to see if people would notice the difference between them. Jen captured the reactions in an eight-minute video and while some were able to spot the difference, most people were left perplexed by the similar 'outfits'.

The bill passed in the Senate Tuesday by a vote of 52-29 to end the 90-year prohibition. The law makes Canada the second country to have a legal marijuana market, behind Uruguay.

Researchers from the Geological Society of America used detailed geologic and structural mapping of the southern 20 miles (30km) of the San Andreas fault zone in southern California.

An airborne survey of multi-billion repairs to Parliament could be derailed because nesting peregrine falcons would be disturbed by the use of drones, it emerged today.

The annual contest to find the world's ugliest dog will take place at the Sonoma-Marin Fair, Petluma, California, with entrants coming from far and wide.

Spurned girlfriend gatecrashes her boyfriend's wedding to his new love - wearing her own bridal gown and veil as guests scream in shock at South African ceremony

The unidentified woman reportedly walked down the aisle in a wedding dress and veil in the middle of the ceremony in the town of Benoni in South Africa's north-eastern Gauteng province. Video footage shows the groom arguing with the unexpected guest, while his bride-to-be stands by the altar, waiting to be wed. The video has been widely shared on social media, where the woman is being described as the groom's 'side chick', a slang word for mistress.

The girl's father, from Edinburgh, has shared the video on Facebook to try and track down the culprits, who pulled her to the ground (pictured) and kicked and punched her as she lay on the ground.

Researchers from the University of Queensland found triclosan, a chemical found in many everyday hygiene products, stops E.coli infections responding to antibiotics after 30 days.

A Rottweiler-Husky mix Lucy is seen aboard her owner's charter boat off of Captiva Island, Florida. That's when a dolphin named Gus swims up and the pair are just inches away from one another.

Betting giant Coral has been reprimanded by the advertising watchdog for promoting online slot machine games, like Rainbow Riches, using cartoon characters that could appeal to children.

Prince Philip enjoys a carriage ride at Windsor

Prince Philip, 97, was snapped taking the air in the grounds of Windsor Castle first thing on Wednesday (main image and inset right). It came after the Queen (seen inset left at Ascot yesterday) led the traditional carriage procession at the Berkshire racecourse on the first day of the high-profile meeting yesterday, accompanied by Princess Anne, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex and a host of other royals.

Researchers led by Cambridge University PhD student Stephanie Payne compared the length of people arms in Nepal and found those living at altitude have significantly shorter forearms.

A patent filed nearly three years ago by Amazon titled 'Collaborative Unmanned Aerial Vehicle For an Inventory System' was released publicly today.

A massive £1bn fraud was covered up by HBOS bosses during the financial crisis, a report has revealed. Information was reportedly witheld from shareholders but bank chiefs knew from 2008.

More than 500 strange carved balls from the Stone Age have been found in northeast Scotland, the Orkney Islands, England, Ireland and one in Norway.

Plastic surgery obsessed girl-next-door transformed after spending $150,000 on procedures

'Introverted' dancer Mary Magdalene, 24 from Toronto, Canada, has spent more than $150,000 (£85,700) on transforming her 'basic' girl-next-door image with several plastic surgeries. Previously a size 32B (pictured left), the surgeries have given her voluptuous 38J boobs (pictured centre) as well as full, Angelina Jolie-like lips (pictured right and inset). She says that her old look was 'basic' and that her new look has made her happier - although she admits that her British missionary father doesn't approve.

A birthday, Father's Day and a gender reveal party all at once may have been too exciting for one New Jersey dad-to-be, as he kicked a ball with gender specific dust inside- he fell- and broke his ankle. 


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Next stop, global domination! Clever sheep is caught on video opening its door and escaping from pen

Baffled staff at a city farm have finally discovered how their lambs have been escaping their enclosure and running wild. The creatures - not normally known as intellectual powerhouses - have worked out how to unbolt the door to their pen. Video from Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh shows one of the clever lambs patiently working the bolt on its door - before making its great escape.

This is the moment a man is dragged out to sea by a huge wave as he sat with two friends and posed for a selfie on a beach in Goa. The state have issued a warning as monsoon season starts.

The machine, named Baxter, reads brainwaves so that it knows when a human is unhappy with its actions. The system is the creation of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mac on...legalising cannabis

'It's not just me, Prime Minister. All my friends here agree, cannabis should be legalised.'

'Off for a pint in my garden': Man converts shed into his own pub complete with bar, fruit machine and beer kegs whilst spending only £200 in the process after searching through skips and scrapyards

Wayne Hyland (pictured), a 43-year-old HGV driver from West Drayton, London, spent six months and £200 converting the structure into a cosy 'pub shed', which he named 'Lenny's Bar. And with the space spanning 10ft by 10ft, it easily seats 13 people. He occasionally uses it to host parties for friends and family. Although the shed now looks like a genuine pub, it isn't licensed, so he cannot sell a pint to the public.