Captivating footage (left) has emerged of the last known survivor of an Amazonian tribe murdered by farmers over two decades ago. Known as 'the indigenous man in the hole', the tribesman has been captured on video by Government officials in the Brazilian state of Rondonia. They first discovered he was there in 1996 and believe he was left to live alone after the five other members of his tribe were killed in an attack on his land by farmers the year before. He has only been captured on film once before in 1998, for a Brazilian documentary Corumbiara (bottom right). Now he has been filmed again half naked ferociously trying to fell a tree in his 8,070-hectare jungle garden, where he sleeps in a hut made of trees (pictured top right) and spends most of his time hunting forest pigs, birds and monkeys with a bow and arrow. Funai, Brazil's Government agency for indigenous affairs, have been monitoring his behaviour since they first found him 21 years ago, but because of strict policies limiting interaction with uncontacted tribesmen they do not know his name or the name of his tribe.
Airport chaos as BA flight from Naples makes emergency landing at Gatwick due to a hydraulic fluid leak and is surrounded by fire engines - forcing planes carrying hundreds of holidaymakers to divert around UK
Hundreds of passengers were left stranded at the wrong airport this morning after eight flights into Gatwick were diverted when a plane was forced to perform an emergency landing due to a hydraulic fluid leak. Four flights were sent to Birmingham, two to Stansted and two to Luton after the British Airways flight from Naples landed (pictured top on the tarmac at Gatwick). The Airbus 320 performed the emergency manoeuvre at 12.34am and was surrounded by fire engines on the tarmac (bottom), forcing the closure of the runway. The aircraft, which was carrying multiple groups of school pupils, required towing from the runway (shown on graphic, inset) and the landing resulted in a spill of hydraulic fluid. The diverted passengers were plunged into travel chaos this morning on Frantic Friday - one of the busiest days of the year when schools break up and millions of families hop on planes for a summer getaway.
EXCLUSIVE: Fancy a McRoyale? Thomas Markle Sr. celebrates his 74th birthday alone in LA by buying himself a McDonald's Happy Meal just days after revealing he's lost all contact with daughter Meghan
The Duchess of Sussex's estranged father, Thomas Markle Sr., was spotted celebrating his 74th birthday alone in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Meghan's father picked up a McDonald's Happy Meal and visited a Bank of America branch and a UPS store. He later bought a bunch of electronics at a Best Buy store before visiting some friends. His birthday celebrations came the day after Meghan and Prince Harry carried out their royal duties by visiting the The Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London.
Frantic mother screams 'My baby, my baby!' and desperately tries to cling to her Audi as carjackers steal it from her driveway with her four-week-old daughter still strapped in the back
Claire O'Neill, 39 (pictured left) fought to save her little girl, clinging to the door of her Audi A3 sports car as thieves stole it from her driveway in Acocks Green, Birmingham (scene pictured top right) just after 4pm on Thursday. She was dragged along the street and was sent crashing to the floor as the two suspects fled with her four-week-old child in the car seat in the back. The youngster was later found abandoned at a health centre (pictured bottom right today) nearby and was reunited with Ms O'Neill in hospital, who suffered cuts and grazes to her legs in the struggle. The suspects are still at large and were last seen driving towards Solihull (map pictured inset). The incident comes just three days after another carjacking in the Nechells area of Birmingham, which also targeted an Audi A3.
REVEALED: Man arrested after he was body-slammed by waitress he groped is the 31-year-old father of twin girls and was with his girlfriend of 11 years when he was charged with sexual battery
The man who was slammed to the ground by a Savannah waitress after he groped the young woman is in a relationship - and has two young daughters. Ryan Cherwinski, 31, is the man who can be seen on video grabbing the rear of 21-year-old waitress Emelia Holden as he walked by her at Vinnie Van Go-Go's in Savannah, Georgia. He is from Palm Bay, Floirda and the father of infant twins, who is in a long-term relationship with his daughters' mother.
EXCLUSIVE: Inside Elle Macpherson's new $8 million Miami waterfront love nest where she shares cozy sleepovers with disgraced British doctor lover Andrew Wakefield - boasting its own private dock and salt water pool
Records obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show Macpherson paid $8.1 million earlier this year for a classy waterfront mansion in Coral Gables, one of Miami's richest neighborhoods. Once listed for $11.4 million, the house sits on 1.71 acres and has seven bedrooms and six and half bathrooms over 8,300 square feet. The luxurious living spaces include a family room, a large office, a separate library and large glass doors leading into the park-like yard. Macpherson's new boyfriend - disgraced British doctor Andrew Wakefield - doesn't appear on the deed nor is he listed as director of MacPherson's shell company.
EU President Jean-Claude Juncker 'is a drunk who binges on GIN instead of water at meetings', leaving his aide - nicknamed 'the monster' - running the Commission, shock new account claims
The EU Council President (pictured right, having a beer) is an alcoholic who binges on gin and leaves his ambitious but unelected deputy to govern, according to explosive new claims. Jean-Claude Juncker - one of the most powerful men in Brussels - has been spotted stumbling around and unable to walk at the recent NATO summit (pictured left). He has repeatedly denied claims that he is an alcoholic and insisted that his sometimes shambolic appearance is down to chronic back pain known as sciatica. But in an explosive new account, a Brussels insider says that he had heard the EU politician is 'a little too fond of the bottle'. And he has left his ambitious and unelected chief civil servant Martin Selmayr - dubbed 'the monster' - to run the Commission.
Mother-of-one in her 20s is stabbed to death outside her family's pizza restaurant in west London as horrified neighbours say crime is 'spiralling out of control'
An investigation has been launched and one man has been arrested after a woman was stabbed to death on a busy high street in Hanwell, west London (pictured). The victim has been named locally as Lilia Djairine, a restaurant manager and mother-of-one from west London. It is believed she was murdered outside her family's pizzeria. Specialist officers have cordoned off the area to the public (pictured right) while one man has been detained in custody. Horrified neighbours told reporters crime in the area is 'getting out of control'.
Mysterious black granite sarcophagus is finally OPENED: Mummified corpses of ancient Egyptian soldiers with cracked skulls are found bathed in sewage
The move to open the coffin was confirmed by Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt. The stone coffin which was filled with sewer water has been pried open, to reveal the three decomposed bodies within (left). The sarcophagus (top right) was uncovered inside an ancient tomb earlier this month, which also contained a bust made from alabaster whose features had eroded into obscurity. None of the three mummies belong to a Ptolemaic or Roman royal family, as had previously been suggested (bottom right).
'He let down the free world': Republican takes to Senate floor to suggest Trump committed TREASON by giving 'aid and comfort' to 'enemy' Russia
The Trump-Helsinki summit brought new accusations in Congress Thursday, as GOP Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona accused the president of providing 'aid and comfort' to the enemy. Flake and Democratic Delaware Sen. Chris Coons offered an amendment calling for notes from summit and praising Justice Department for its Russia probe. Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn blocked the resolution. But Flake let off a blistering speech where he said ''by choosing to reject objective reality in Helsinki, the president let down the free world.'
'He was a madman in the bed chamber!' Ex-Olympic showjumper Lizzie Purbrick, 63, who daubed insults in pig's blood on the walls of her cheating Lord lover's flat gives VERY candid interview about their relationship
Lizzie Purbrick (pictured), 63, drew a gory three-foot penis on the floor of the Kennington home she had shared with Lord Prior (inset) of Brampton, and daubed 'lady sl*t' and 'big d**k lord' on his walls (inset). In May the former three-day-eventing champion caught her partner of two years with another woman, having moved back to Britain for the first time since the 1990s to be with him. She was sentenced to 120 hours' community service for the crime following a hearing at Camberwell Magistrates' court on Tuesday (pictured left and right, Lizzie outside the property on Wednesday after collecting her belongings.
It's what's on the INSIDE that counts! Home owners who transformed the interiors of their houses open their doors to reveal remarkable renovations that will leave you open-mouthed in awe
Netflix's first original home improvement show, Amazing Interiors, is set to unveil some incredible hidden gems by stepping inside the homes of people who have completely transformed their spaces to reflect their passions and personal aesthetics. The series, which is scheduled to premiere on Friday, will feature breathtaking transformations such as the one conducted by Massachusetts residents Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum, who turned an old church in Palmer into a steampunk-themed house (top left and bottom left). Among the creative home owners are Dino and Marianne, who bought the top floor of a 1960s tower block that was once used as student nurses accommodation, and converted it into a luxury penthouse in Maastricht, Netherlands (top right and bottom right). Also included is the London house of John Trevillian, who has spent whopping $1.3 million transforming the rooms in his home to reflect different time periods. His house includes a 1950s New Orleans kitchen (center).
Drained Dutch canal reveals items dating back 120,000 YEARS... from ancient sea shells and primitive shears to broken mobile phones
Archaeologists in the Dutch city of Amsterdam found almost 700,000 items left behind when the city's Amstel river was drained to make way for a new train line (main). A comb from the 1500s (top right), a set of crocodile teeth and an entire human thigh bone and a mobile phone from the 1990s (bottom right) are among the things pulled from the river bed during a 15-year-long research project. Around 20,000 of the objects found by the team of excavators, led by DrJerzy Gawronski, have been logged on the Belowthesurface.amsterdam website.
Pest or perk? After designer Diane von Furstenberg proclaimed Viagra to be a bane in the bedroom, we ask is the little blue pill really the worst thing to happen to older women?
Iconic designer Diane von Furstenberg (centre) said it was the worst thing to happen to women in 15 years. Von Furstenberg argued that men could father children long after a woman's fertility declines. She said men's struggle with 'getting it up' created a 'certain fairness'. Ex-Cosmopolitan editor Linda Kelsey (left) disagreed and argued that it can bring intimacy back into the bedroom and save marriages. But Liv Hodgkinson (right) vouched for the designer and said it cannot put magic into a relationship that's lost its sexual spark.
Secrets behind the sign off: Signatures reveal Trump is a 'power-conscious alpha male', Meghan is 'insecure' and Mark Zuckerberg 'needs winding up'
When the Duchess of Sussex signed a visitors' book in Ireland last week, she revealed a signature with a surprising flourish. Graphologists claim handwriting is a key to our personality, so what does Meghan's say? And what do other famous people's signatures reveal about them? LORRAINE FISHER asked handwriting expert Tracey Trussell to reveal the secrets behind the sign-offs..
Disgusting moment Chris Froome is slapped and spat at by Tour de France spectators as he rides through the Alps
Chris Froome stayed in contention at the Tour de France on Thursday but a strong run by the British rider was overshadowed by dreadful behaviour from spectators. Froome - who finished the stage in fourth, just four seconds behind Team Sky team-mate and current leader Geraint Thomas - was slapped by one member of the public. Thirty-three-year-old Froome appeared to be spat at by another spectator as he faced some of the lingering ill-feeling from the salbutamol case in which he has been cleared of wrong-doing.
'Not the friendliest atmosphere': Rich locals are up in arms as travellers set up camp on London's leafy Ham Common just a stone's throw from mansions owned by Zac Goldsmith and Amanda Holden
Wealthy residents in the exclusive west London village of Ham have been left furious after a convoy of 14 caravans and cars steamrolled onto their village green and set up camp (pictured, the group settling in on Thursday night). Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond and resident of the hamlet, described it as 'not the friendliest atmosphere' as he tried to enlist the help of police - who are said to be helpless against stopping the group from settling on the usually-picturesque beauty spot.
Everything's coming up roses! Lawns of some of browned Britain's most historic stately homes are scorched but it's a bumper year for blooms
Groundsmen at Cliveden House in Buckingamshire (pictured today above) have managed to keep its impressive flower gardens in bloom - while the lawns around them are scorched brown by this summer's heatwave. Britain is battling its longest hot spell since 1976 but that hasn't stopped gardeners at the Taplow country house from pruning the roses. Unfortunately for visitors they have been unable to save the surrounding grass from the searing heat, which has gone well over 90F (32C) in some places. The rose gardens on the Derbyshire Dales (pictured below) are also looking their best despite the intense heat leaving parks and fields scorched nearby.
Reckless biker is jailed after filming himself speeding at 189mph - the highest ever clocked by a motorbike on British roads
A reckless biker has been jailed for 21 months after filming himself speeding at almost 200 miles per hour - believed to be the highest speed reached by a motorbike on British roads. Heart-stopping footage shows Adam Campion, 26, doing wheelies and weaving in and out of traffic while hurtling down busy roads on the stolen vehicle. Campion also drives on the wrong side of the road and ploughs through red traffic lights in shocking clips discovered on his laptop. At one point he uses one hand to steer and films himself on a phone with the other reaching a top speed of 189mph.
'All of this is new to me': Jodie Whittaker screams and clutches her chest as the new Timelord in first full length trailer of the new Doctor Who as she meets her new 'best friends'
The first full length Doctor Who trailer starring Jodie Whittaker was unveiled to fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Thursday. The first female Time Lord was joined by her new companions Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole at the fan panel as they teased a 30 second trailer for series 11 which debuts in the autumn.
'She's got a double chin, short legs and a pot belly': What Richard Burton REALLY thought about Liz Taylor ... and other unexpected luvvie revelations
Michele Brown's dictionary of theatrical quotations contains several quotes on actresses, directors and the theatre in general. One memorable quote sees Richard Burton criticise Liz Taylor while other actresses like Diana Rigg and Vivien Lee are also the subject of comments that have a touch of misogyny and sexism about them.
New York health panic as it's confirmed asbestos WAS leaked from massive steam pipe explosion in rush hour Manhattan which left gaping crater in Fifth Avenue
The blast happened at the intersection of 21st Street and 5th Avenue in the Flatiron District.
It remains unclear if anyone was injured in the explosion or what caused it. The explosion is believed to have come from a pipe in the street but authorities are working to evacuate people in surrounding buildings. The spokesman described it as a 'high pressure steam leak' but said investigators are yet to conclusively say what caused it.
Anna Wintour's daughter Bee Shaffer looks stunning in an ivory lace gown as she ties the knot with film director Francesco Carrozzini in a romantic SECOND wedding ceremony in Italy
Bee, 30, (left and right, with Francesco after the ceremony) opted for an elegant white dress and matching veil as she exchanged vows with her Italian husband in Portofino, Italy. Francesco, 35, meanwhile looked dapper in a navy double breasted suit, before later getting changed into a black T-shirt and jeans (top). Guests included Fiat heir Lapo Elkann (top), and Francesco's aunt, the sister of the late Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani. The couple had got married in the sprawling grounds of Anna's Long Island home earlier this month.
Death by traffic fumes? Ella, nine, lived on one of Britain's busiest roads when she suffered a fatal asthma attack... now scientists believe there is a link which could have profound implications for millions
Ella Kissi-Debrah, nine, (pictured left and top right) died from acute respiratory failure in 2013. The first inquest found that she had died from acute respiratory failure, but did not establish the cause of her asthma. Ella lived in Hither Green, South East London, just 80ft from London's inner ring road, the heavily congested South Circular, until her death in February 2013. Now, extensive research by Professor Stephen Holgate, an expert in asthma and air pollution at University Hospital Southampton, has revealed that all but one of Ella's emergency admissions coincided with spikes in air pollution. Her death followed one of the worst peaks recorded in her area during that period and her mother Rosamund (pictured bottom right).
Dr Bumbum's time on the runrun is donedone: Fugitive cosmetic surgeon is arrested in Brazil over patient's death
The surgeon, who's real name is Dr. Denis Furtado (right and left), was pictured being led away by cops in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, after the death of Lilian Calixto, 46, (inset) on Saturday. Arrest warrants for homicide were issued for Denis Furtado and his mother, Maria Barros, over Ms Calixto's death. And police in Brazil had been frantically trying to search for the doctor who went into hiding shortly after her tragic death. They eventually tracked both him and his mother down and they were pictured in handcuffs as they were led away for questioning.
Tail with a happy ending! Scampi the Cocker Spaniel is reunited with his owners after being 'snatched' five years ago then spotted on a London street 130 miles away from his home
Scampi the cocker spaniel has been returned to his owners in Somerset after being 'snatched' five years ago. The beloved pet of Nicola Philips (right) was found wandering the streets of Islington, London. Earlier this week, Nicola was sent a video of a spaniel who looked exactly like Scampi after the dog had been spotted. Astonishingly, the pooch had exactly the same markings and features as Scampi and when tested, reacted as soon as his name was called.
Spooked TV presenter Jenny McCarthy declares her house is 'haunted' as she shares eerie security camera footage of piano playing in empty room
Jenny McCarthy might be living in a haunted house! At least that's what it looked like from a video the 45-year-old actress posted to her Facebook on Monday. In the clip, she walks through her living room and once she makes it out and into the kitchen, the piano mysteriously begins to play on its own.
'The veil has lifted': NASA releases stunning new mosaics of Saturn's massive moon Titan, revealing the clearest views yet of the world said to be an 'alien Earth'
In the decades since the first grainy images beamed back to Earth to reveal our first close looks at Saturn and its moons, Titan has remained veiled in mystery. Save for some mosaics mapping the surface, which suffered 'seams' from variations in resolution and lighting, the common image of Titan is of a cue ball moon blanketed completely in a thick haze. Now, using 13 years of data from Cassini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) instrument, NASA has stitched together the most detailed global view yet, showing what Titan might look like if one could see right through its dense atmosphere.
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Airbus's ginormous new 'BelugaXL' cargo plane has taken off for its maiden test flight. The newest addition to the manufacturer's transport fleet took to the air this morning at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. The launch of the aircraft triggered thunderous applause in an audience of more than 10,000 people, mostly employees and subcontractors of the European aircraft manufacturer.
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Cristiano Ronaldo leaves whopping £17,850 tip at Greek hotel he stayed in before Juventus unveiling (but on his £500,000-a-week salary, he can probably afford it)
Cristiano Ronaldo has left workers gobsmacked at the Greek luxury hotel he stayed in after leaving at tip for £17,850. Ronaldo had been on holiday in the Mediterranean with his family. following Portugal's exit from the World Cup at the hands of Uruguay. He posted pictures on Instagram of himself soaking up the sun with partner Georgina Rodriguez and his son, along with snaps of sitting out for dinner with friends.
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Released to save their species: Zoo-bred Przewalski's horses are freed into the plains of Mongolia where their ancestors roamed for centuries having battled back from just ONE surviving wild animal
Known as Przewalski's horses, the ancient species has narrowly avoided extinction thanks to breeding programmes at zoos worldwide and is now gradually being re-introduced to a wildlife reserve in its original homeland (main). The four round-bellied, short-legged, sandy-beige mares are set to join wild herds in Takhin Tal (meaning the wild horse steppe), where 220 Przewalski's horses now gallop free. Prague Zoo has released a total 31 Przewalski's horses into the Mongolian wilderness by tranquilizing them (bottom right) and shipping them out to Mongolia (top right), with funding for the project provided by zoos from across the globe.
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