Piers Morgan shared a photo of Lily Allen "grabbing his crotch" on Twitter as the two were involved in a spat over the TV host's comments on the protests in Washington against US President Donald Trump. Morgan then shared a throwback photo of Allen sitting on his lap and captioned it: "Here's a photo of Trump-hating @lilyallen grabbing my crotch". The Twitter row between the two began after Morgan got into a feud with protesters after he claimed, "Planning a 'Men's March' to protest at the creeping global emasculation of my gender by rabid feminists.
An Indian teenager killed his relative and carved him into six pieces before chomping on his leg, police in India have claimed. Vikesh Kumar, 16, lured Deepu Kumar, 9, to his home in Ludhiana, north Delhi, and killed him after being inspired by TV crime shows, police believe. The two boys' families were distant relations, from the Uttah Pradesh area of India.
Reality TV star Michelle McManus has claimed that she was assaulted by a stranger wielding a guitar case. The 36-year-old, who won the 2003 series of Pop Idol, took to social media to share details of the unprovoked attack which saw her jaw injured after being hit in the face. When asked by another Twitter user what had happened, Michelle replied, "For no reason he battered me across the face with his guitar case.
Oliver Hudson has tickled fans' funny bones in his hilarious response to reports that claimed Kate Hudson and Brad Pitt are dating and that the actor has moved in with the actress. The Rules Of Engagement actor took to on Instagram to share the cover of Star Magazine with the headline, "It's Getting Serious: Brad Moves In". The 40-year-old joked that Pitt has "driven a wedge" between him and brother Wyatt, and that his mother is "flirting" with him.
The Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh has flown into political exile in Equatorial Guinea after stepping down from power. Mr Jammeh travelled to the airport in The Gambia's capital Banjul with mediator Alpha Conde, the president of Guinea, as he headed into exile. As he climbed the stairs to the plane, Mr Jammeh kissed his copy of the Koran, and waved to supporters before going inside.
While fruit and veg stalwart Martin Fowler (James Bye) calls for a strike, his attempts to rally the other vendors to join him prove unsuccessful. It does, however, lead to a massive argument with his other half Stacey Fowler (Lacey Turner). Would Sherlock creators ever consider replacing Benedict Cumberbatch?
Reality TV favourite Khloe Kardasian has shot down reports that she is set to become a mother in a series of jokey Instagram clips. Kim Kardashian's younger sister, who can currently be seen fronting new TV show Revenge Body, is joined by basketball star boyfriend Tristan Thompson as she sets the record straight. Khloe, 32, and Tristan, 25, can be seen indulging in a glass (or three) of wine as they enjoy a date night together.
Airlines in Nigeria generally have a short life span: in 35 years more than 40 operators have gone bust, including Nigeria Airways, which collapsed in 2003
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a landmark court ruling on Tuesday that could put a dent in her Brexit plans by handing control of the process to restive lawmakers.
Flip Or Flop stars Tarek El Moussa is reportedly seeking spousal support from his former wife Christina, following their separation in December 2016. A HollywoodLife report has claimed that there were several reasons behind Tarek's move. California divorce attorney David Pisarra told the gossip website that here are "possible reasons why Tarek requested spousal support from Christina.
Four children were among those pulled alive from under tonnes of snow and debris days after a hotel was crushed by an avalanche in Italy. Dramatic images have emerged of the moment the youngsters and a woman were plucked to safety by rescue teams, who have been continuing their painstaking search of the shattered ruins for survivors following Wednesday's tragedy. Fire service spokesman Luca Cari said the bodies of two women and a man have also been recovered, taking the known number of dead to five.
A major 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck Papua New Guinea Sunday, but a tsunami alert intially issued for the Pacific island nation and its neighbours was later cancelled.
The new owner of Formula One (F1) motor racing will unveil a boardroom shake-up next week that will include the departures of two of Europe's leading businessmen. Sky News has learnt that Liberty Media Group has decided to part company with all of the existing independent directors on the board of F1's parent, with the exception of Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, its former chairman. Donald Mackenzie, who has overseen the most lucrative investment in CVC Capital Partners' history during its decade in control of F1, will remain as a director, along with Sean Mahoney, who has represented the estate of Lehman Brothers on F1's board for the last three years.
Atlanta Falcons' Andy Levitre has many reasons to celebrate January 2017. The offensive guard helped his team defeat Russel Wilson's Seattle Seahawks recently and was blessed with a baby girl on 15 January. The couple named their baby girl Lily Gene and the athlete's wife posted an adorable picture of the newborn baby along with a heart-warming note about her experience of giving birth naturally.
By Ceyda Caglayan ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish businessman Tekin Acar had contracts to open branches of his leading cosmetics chain in ten new shopping malls this year. A few days ago he cancelled nine of them after sharp falls in the lira meant he would struggle to afford the rents. Turkey's currency has lost around a quarter of its value since the middle of last year, causing havoc for retailers selling imported goods or paying rent pegged to the U.S. dollar.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Britain should take a leaf out of Switzerland's book on how to handle relations with the European Union, according to Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung (NZZ) on Sunday. Switzerland has access to the European single market through a series of bilateral agreements and has skirted voters' demand in a 2014 referendum for outright quotas on foreign workers by instead giving local people first crack at open jobs.
A three-month-old boy has become the fifth victim of a car attack in Melbourne, where a driver ploughed into pedestrians on a street. Police in the state of Victoria, Australia, have confirmed the baby died of his injuries in hospital following the tragedy on Friday. Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull laid a wreath at the crash site in Bourke Street and paid tribute to the emergency services and bystanders who helped the injured.
Brazilian security officials worked to complete an improvised wall of metal shipping containers on Sunday inside a prison where rival gangs have clashed in the past week, resulting in the brutal killing of 26 inmates. The rusty red containers were hauled into the Alcacuz prison yard in northeastern Brazil, with officials aiming to finish the temporary wall, stacking one container atop another, by sundown Sunday. It is a desperate move for security officials struggling to keep control of Alcacuz, where the latest in a string of brutal prison massacres in Brazil's north and northeast took place Jan. 14.
Tom Brady is a professional football player who is still in peak shape at an age (39) when most players have already retired. Gisele Bündchen is a supermodel and actress who is still in great shape at an age (36) when most models have already retired. Hilary Sargent of the Boston Globe sat down with Brady and Bündchen's personal chef, Allen Campbell, and discussed what the Super Family eats.