• 'Ice Road Truckers' Star Darrell Ward Dies In Plane Crash

    One of the stars of reality TV show "Ice Road Truckers" has been killed in a plane crash in Montana. Darrell Ward, 52, died after the four-seater plane he was travelling in crashed southeast of the city of Missoula. Local sheriff Captain Bill Burt said it appeared the pilot had been trying to land at a small airstrip but "something went drastically wrong".

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  • Are You Being Served? remake panned by viewers

    The show starred Sherrie Hewson as Mrs Slocombe and John Challis as Captain Peacock.

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  • VMAs 2016: Rihanna Banned Rita Ora From Coming Anywhere Near Her

    Yep, according to a mystery source the Bajan beauty banned Rita Ora from coming anywhere near her at last night’s event, telling MTV bosses to ensure that the former X Factor judge is kept away from her. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Rihanna is receiving the Video Vanguard Award and she wants the evening to be all about her. Last summer it was reported that 28-year-old Rihanna was furious with Rita because the Brit was recording a song with Ri’s ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

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  • European experts float post-Brexit 'partnership' with Britain

    A senior German lawmaker, an adviser to the French prime minister and a former deputy head of the Bank of England have proposed that a post-Brexit Britain form a new "continental partnership" with the EU. In a paper published on Monday by the Brussels-based Bruegel think-tank, five experts argue that Britain be given a say in the affairs of a more closely integrated European Union in return for contributing to shared security and budgets as well as accepting a degree of easy immigration for European workers. Both have a stake in economic and political stability in Europe," they wrote.

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  • Willy Wonka Actor Gene Wilder Dies Aged 83

    Comedy legend Gene Wilder, who starred in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, has died at the age of 83. The American actor, who also entertained cinema-goers in Young Frankenstein, The Producers, Blazing Saddles, and Stir Crazy, passed away on Sunday night in Stamford, Connecticut, according to his family. In 1969, he was up for best supporting actor for his role in The Producers, a Mel Brooks comedy.

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  • Iran deploys Russian-made S-300 missiles at its Fordow nuclear site - TV

    Iran has deployed the Russian-supplied S-300 surface-to-air missile defence system around its Fordow underground uranium enrichment facility, Iranian state media reported on Monday. Iranian state TV on Sunday aired footage of deployment of the recently delivered missile system to the nuclear site in the central Iran. "Our main priority is to protect Iran's nuclear facilities under any circumstances," Brigadier General Farzad Esmaili, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps' (IRGC) air defence force told state TV.

  • Med Diet 'Better Than Statins' For Treating Heart Disease

    A Mediterranean-style diet is better at treating heart disease than cholesterol-lowering drugs, a new study has claimed. Speaking at a global conference on heart disease in Rome, Italy, leading heart disease expert Professor Giovanni de Gaetano said: "So far research has focused on the general population, which is mainly composed of healthy people. "What happens to people who have already suffered from cardiovascular disease?

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  • 3 Canadians on cruise ship arrested with 95kg cocaine by Australian police

    Three Canadian nationals on a cruise ship have been arrested and charged with possession of a commercial quantity of cocaine by Australian authorities. Close to 95kg of the narcotic were found by the police during a search of the passengers' cabins when the vessel docked at Sydney harbour on 28 August. Andre Tamine, 63, Isabelle Lagace, 28, and Melina Roberce, 22, were immediately taken into custody and charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug. On Monday they appeared before Sydney's Central Local Court where they were formally denied bail.

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  • Forest fight fires as 13-million-pound Burke starts new life at Leipzig

    When Nottingham Forest's promising winger Oliver Burke received the ball in an apparently hopeless position with his back to goal near the byline at the City Ground on Saturday, few could have predicted what was about to unfold. Burke has been touted as one of Britain's most promising talents with a powerful, pacey technique similar to Gareth Bale's. Born in Scotland, Burke spent 11 years at Forest's academy, making his debut two years ago.

  • Murder Inquiry Begins After Banker Dies Following London Assault

    Police have begun a murder investigation after a 30-year-old man was assaulted and later died in southeast London. Police want to speak, in particular, to a group of women whom Mr Dearlove and his friends were talking to around the time of the attack.

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  • New suspected MH370 debris found in Mozambique

    A South African hotelier said Monday he had picked up a piece of aircraft wreckage off the Mozambican coast in the latest possible find of debris from the missing MH370 flight.

  • Wheels up for China's new aero-engine group

    Visitors look at a full-size model of an aircraft jet engine made by China Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC), at the China International Industry Fair in Shanghai, in 2013

  • 12 soldiers die in clash with Islamist militants in the Philippine south

    Twelve soldiers, including a young lieutenant, were killed in a clash with Islamic State-linked rebels on a remote southern island in the Philippines, an army spokesman said on Monday as the army offensive entered its fifth day. Major Filemon Tan said five soldiers were also wounded in an 1-1/2 hour firefight in the jungles of Patikul town on Jolo island as troops pursued a large formation of the small but brutal Abu Sayyaf group. More than 20 Abu Sayyaf rebels had died since Thursday when the military launched an air-and-ground offensive in Patikul, an Abu Sayyaf stronghold, after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered troops to "destroy" the militant group.

  • Sky's Sam Kiley Reports: Turkish Fight In Syria Is Making The War More Complicated

    Turkey's military is seen inside Syria, where Sky's Sam Kiley says they are making the war there even more complicated

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  • 'No Fuss' Hen Party Ends In Rescue By Lifeboat Crew

    Ms Sanderson and friends Laura White, Ann Peters and Natalie Pyne were celebrating her forthcoming wedding on the River Dart, near Dartmouth in Devon, when the boat they were in became stuck in mud as the tide went out. Dart RNLI said the boat had "gone aground on an ebbing tide" in Old Mill Creek shortly before 7.30pm on Saturday. An RNLI spokesman said: "The irony is the bride-to-be had requested a 'no fuss and low key' day.

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  • South Korean president orders full combat readiness over North Korea threats

    South Korean President Park Geun-hye has ordered the military to be in full combat readiness against emerging threats from North Korea. Park's warning has come amid instability in the Korean peninsula, which has been witnessing a series of aggressive acts in recent months. Tensions further rose in the region after Pyongyang blasted off a ballistic missile from a submarine on 24 August.

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  • Man Arrested Over Surrey Child Abduction Claim

    A man who claimed to have seen a young boy being abducted has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice. A Surrey Police spokesman said: "Officers had no reason to disbelieve the account of the witness and had to act quickly in order to prevent what was suspected to be a risk to the life of a child.

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  • Driverless taxi firm eyes operations in 10 cities by 2020

    Doug Parker, COO of nuTonomy, the developer of the software for driverless taxis, pictured alongside one of the vehicles during an interview with AFP reporter in Singapore on August 29, 2016

  • Statoil expects 'loads of' M&A deals coming up, strategy chief says

    John Knight, Statoil's executive vice-president for global strategy and business development, told Reuters on the sidelines of the ONS oil conference in Stavanger, Norway on Monday: ** "Absolutely, I think there are loads of deals out there," he said when asked whether he expects more deals coming up ** Says: "If you look at the acquisition and divestment markets for upstream oil and gas on a global basis over the last five years, they have been falling to all-time lows... but there are a number of active spots, one of those is in certain parts of North American shale and you've seen us divesting some parts there to take advantage of that. Then we bought three partners out of Utgard at a very competitive pricing, reflecting the bottom of the cycle... Those two deals help with getting operational control and with fundamental efficiency in this low-price environment" ** The other two deals (Buying a stake in Lundin and exploration licence from Petrobras) are for the longer term.

  • Uber suspends services in Abu Dhabi

    Uber's rival in the United Arab Emirates, Careem, also said it had suspended ride-sharing services in the UAE capital, in a post on its Twitter account

  • Victoria takes Sunday night audience crown with six million viewers

    Could the drama become as big a hit as Downton Abbey?

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  • England vs Pakistan, 3rd ODI: Where to watch live, prediction, possible XI, betting odds and live streaming info

    England host Pakistan in the third game of the five-match One Day International (ODI) series at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on 30 August (Tuesday). Live TV coverage is available on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD. Hosts England continued their resurgence in the limited overs format, cruising past Pakistan by four wickets in the second ODI, to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.

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  • Mylan to launch generic EpiPen at half the price of original

    Mylan NV said it would launch the first generic version of its allergy auto-injector EpiPen for $300 (229 pounds), half the price of the branded product, the drugmaker's second step in less than a week to counter the backlash over the product's steep price. The company reduced the out-of-pocket costs of EpiPen for some patients on Thursday, but kept the list price at about $600, a move that U.S. lawmakers and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said was not enough. Mylan said on Monday it expected to launch the generic product "in several weeks", an unusual move considering the branded bestseller is still patent protected and major rival treatments have failed to get regulatory clearances.

  • Deloitte urges UK not to restrict skilled migrants after Brexit

    By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Global accountant Deloitte has called on Britain's government not to clamp down on skilled migrants following Brexit, saying it could backfire on the economy. Britain's vote in June on to leave the European Union means many banks and other financial firms will need advice from firms like Deloitte on whether to relocate business to the continent. David Sproul, Deloitte UK's senior partner and chief executive, said Brexit also brings new challenges.

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