• This Sick Cat Held His Owners’ Hands As They Faced Their Final Journey Together

    This is the desperately sad but poignant moment a cat held on to his owners’ hands on their final car ride together. Andrew had spent years with his humans but after growing sick, the difficult decision was made to put him down. Reddit user abernha3 revealed: “He held our hands on his last trip to the vet.

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  • Ola and James Jordan confess to having sex in a Strictly Come Dancing dressing room

    The steamy dancers revealed a rather surprising secret from their time on Strictly Come Dancing.

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  • Viewers bemused that EastEnders aren't even trying to hide Natalie Cassidy's pregnancy anymore

    That’s one big baby bump for a character who’s not pregnant.

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  • Jodie Foster and Halle Berry pay tribute to Britney Spears

    082016 Jodie, Halle and Priyanka Chopra do dramatic performances of Britney's hits for W

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  • The pictures of this Northern Irish strongman's breakfast will put your cereal to shame

    This is the type of fuel you’ll need if you’re going to be pulling lorries.

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  • Fan of Agatha Christie? The BBC has good news for you

    Seven new adaptations are on the way.

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  • Sponsors dumping Ryan Lochte was a smart business move, but not for the reason most people think

    On Monday, Ryan Lochte's bizarre robbery story during the Rio Olympics seemingly hit rock bottom when all four of his sponsors dumped him as a spokesperson. If it seems as if the four companies — Speedo, Ralph Lauren, Airweave, and Gentle Hair Removal — acted fast in dumping Lochte, it's because they did. In each case, it took longer for them to lose their deals than for Lochte.

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  • Samantha Fox and Katie Waissel evicted from Celebrity Big Brother house

    Viewers quickly turned against “Our Sam” as she left the house.

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  • Liverpool record emphatic win against Burton Albion as West Brom suffer shock in EFL Cup

    Premier League West Bromwich Albion have been knocked out of the EFL Cup on penalties by Northampton Town. Tony Pulis' men were held to a 2-2 draw after 120 minutes of action at the Sixfields Stadium. Goals from Zander Diamond and Alex Revell cancelled out strikes from James McClean and Gareth McAuley before the hosts won 4-3 on penalties to progress into the next round of the tournament.

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  • Frenchman shouts 'Allahu Akbar' as he stabs UK woman to death in Australia - police

    By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - A 29-year-old Frenchman shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is Greatest) as he stabbed a British woman to death and wounded two people at a backpackers' hotel in Australia, police said on Wednesday. The man was in Australia on a valid tourist visa and had no known links to radical groups such as Islamic State, which has urged its followers to carry out attacks with knives or other readily available weapons, police said. The Australian Broadcasting Corp said that she was in the country on a working holiday.

  • Peter Andre Confirms His New Job As This Morning’s Presenter

    Peter Andre might be mysterious about some things (girls for instance), but he has just publicly shared a very exciting announcement. Writing in his column for new! magazine, the father-of-three gave away few details but did reveal that he would join the ITV daytime show next month to ‘front a mini series’ that focuses on dads in Britain.

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  • People Trapped After Deadly Earthquake In Italy

    At least 38 people are believed to have been killed and many more unaccounted for after a strong earthquake struck central Italy, reducing buildings to rubble and causing blackouts. The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre said the epicentre was northeast of Rome, near Norcia in Umbria, while the US Geological Survey (USGS) put the magnitude at 6.2. It seemed the bed was walking across the room by itself with us on it," said Lina Mercantini, of Cesalli, Umbria.

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  • Elon Musk: New Tesla Electric Car Is 'World's Fastest'

    Tesla has unveiled new electric car models that can travel 300 miles on one charge and accelerate from 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds. The company's founder Elon Musk claimed the Model S P100D with "Ludicrous mode" is the fastest production car on the market today - and the third quickest ever made. Only the LaFerrari and Porsche Spyder two-seaters are faster, Musk said - but both are limited edition supercars costing £1m and £640,000 respectively.

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  • Afghan migrant found shot dead in Serbian woods

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - A 20-year old Afghan migrant was shot dead in woods in Serbia near the border with Bulgaria overnight, the defence ministry said. A member of a hunting party was detained at the scene on suspicion of shooting the man late on Tuesday, the ministry added, without saying whether authorities were investigating a murder or an accident. Many Serbs head to the woods at this time of year to hunt roe deer, fox and wild boar, often stalking them through the night. ...

  • Corbyn Defiant As Virgin Casts Doubt On Leader's Packed Train Claim

    Jeremy Corbyn's team has insisted the Labour leader could not find an unreserved seat when he got on a train - amid a row with Virgin Trains. The rail company took issue with Mr Corbyn after he complained in a video he had to sit on the floor because of "completely ram-packed" carriages on a service between London and Newcastle. The politician was travelling on the three-hour Virgin Trains service on 11 August for a leadership hustings in Gateshead.

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  • Courteney Cox: I've 'done things' to my face that I regret

    Courteney said her new motto is to “just let it be”.

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  • UK banks seen losing customers after Brexit - study

    British banks could lose a good number of European and domestic corporate customers in the aftermath of Britain's vote to leave the European Union in June, known as Brexit, according to a private study released on Tuesday. About 40 percent of European companies and nearly 25 percent of U.K. companies already have or are planning to reallocate their banking business due to Brexit, the survey from Greenwich Associates showed. Some European companies plan to shift their business to larger global banks from U.K. ones, the Greenwich, Connecticut-based consulting firm said.

  • North Korea fires submarine-launched ballistic missile towards Japan

    By Ju-min Park and Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea fired a submarine-launched missile on Wednesday that flew about 500 km (311 miles) towards Japan, a show of improving technological capability for the isolated country that has conducted a series of launches in defiance of UN sanctions. Having the ability to fire a missile from a submarine could help North Korea evade a new anti-missile system planned for South Korea and pose a threat even if nuclear-armed North Korea's land-based arsenal was destroyed, experts said. The ballistic missile was fired at around 5:30 a.m. from near the coastal city of Sinpo, where a submarine base is located, officials at South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Defence Ministry told Reuters.

  • Gareth Bale 'agrees new Real Madrid deal until 2021'

    Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has committed his long-term future to the Santiago Bernabeu by signing a new lucrative five-year deal until 2021, according to Marca. The new agreement will see the former Tottenham Hotspur star becoming the second joint-top earner at the Champions League winners, behind only Cristiano Ronaldo. The 27-year-old forward moved to the La Liga giants in the summer 2013 after Los Blancos paid €101m (£81.6m, $114m) to lure him from White Hart Lane, making him the most expensive player of all time before Manchester United broke that record with the signing of Paul Pogba.

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  • France sued over control of Titanic artifacts

    A view of a Swiss watch found near the sunken Titanic ship, on display as part of a new exhibition at the 'Paris Expo', on May 31, 2013, in Paris

  • Inadequate euro zone reforms could force ECB to act - Coeure

    A failure of euro zone government to enact badly needed fiscal and structural reform could force the European Central Bank to ease policy further to meet its inflation mandate, Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said on Tuesday. Growth is picking up and will continue to accelerate but the recovery is not as strong as the ECB would like and governments' fiscal policy has not matched the Bank's monetary stimulus efforts, Coeure, a top lieutenant of ECB President Mario Draghi told a conference. Hoping to stave off deflation and kick start private sector growth, the ECB has cut rates deep into negative territory, given banks free loans and is buying 80 billion euros worth of assets per month.

  • Slump In Sterling Boosts UK Export Orders

    UK export orders reached a two-year high in August after goods became cheaper for overseas buyers thanks to the slump in the value of the pound, new figures show. The survey from the CBI will add to optimism about the resilience of the economy after the vote to leave the European Union, following better than expected retail sales and jobs figures last week. A poll of 505 firms by the CBI found 21% said total export orders were above normal compared to 27% saying they were below normal - giving a balance of -6%.

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  • Irish immigration turns positive for first time in seven years

    Ireland's rise in immigration reflects the commensurate fall in unemployment, with the jobless figure dropping from 14.8 percent in 2012 to 8.4 percent

  • Courteney Cox confesses she REGRETS cosmetic surgery

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  • The Xbox Onesie is gaming's new must-have item

    Gaming has never looked so comfortable.

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