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Syria Fighting To Halt In A Week's Time
Syria Fighting To Halt In A Week's Time

A plan has been agreed for a “nationwide cessation” of violence in Syria in a week’s time, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said. However, Islamic State, al Nusra and other terror groups will not be involved in the truce - and Russia has said it will be continuing its bombing campaign. Friday’s

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  • Merkel's liberal refugee policy 'unsustainable': French PM

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's liberal refugee policy, which brought 1.1 million asylum seekers to Germany in 2015, is not sustainable in the long run, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned Friday.

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  • Not so incy wincy: spider kills snake in Outback duel

    A plucky little spider has once again proved that size doesn't matter by taking on -- and beating -- a much larger venomous snake, in a very Australian telling of the story of David and Goliath.

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  • Duchess Applies To Make Switzerland Her Home

    The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, has applied to become a permanent resident in Switzerland. The duchess has already moved into the £13m chalet - Chalet Helora - which she bought with ex-husband Prince Andrew in 2014. In the interview, Ms Ferguson said she learned to ski at the age of three and first travelled to the area when she was 16.

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  • Moment Gunmen Open Fire At Boxing Weigh-In At Hotel

    A video shows the moment gunmen with AK-47s open fire at a boxing weigh-in at a Dublin hotel, forcing one of the fighters and members of the public - including children - to run for their lives.

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  • Russia raises spectre of interminable or 'world war' if Syria talks fail

    By John Irish MUNICH (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev raised the spectre of an interminable or a world war if powers failed to negotiate an end to the conflict in Syria and warned against any ground operations by U.S. and Arab forces. Medvedev, speaking to Germany's Handelsblatt newspaper on the eve of talks between major powers on Syria in Munich, said the United States and Russia must exert pressure on all sides in the conflict to secure a ceasefire. Asked about Saudi Arabia's offer last week to supply ground troops if a U.S.-led operation were mounted against Islamic State, he said: "This is bad as a ground offensive usually turns the war into a permanent one.

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  • Mums Moved To Back Of Restaurant ‘So Men Could Read Newspapers In Peace’

    The women all regularly meet for lunch at Butterley Park Brewers Fayre restaurant in Ripley, Derbyshire, while on maternity leave with their children in tow. Marie Barron, 35, from Ilkeston, Derbyshire, said: “We are not loud, hooligan types. "We are working mothers, on maternity leave with seven month old babies.

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  • Junior Doctor Says ‘Screw You Jeremy Hunt’ In Furious Facebook Post

    A junior doctor has launched a blistering attack on the Health Secretary, saying “screw you Jeremy Hunt” in a Facebook post which has since gone viral. 

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  • EU refines UK offer, up to Cameron now to clinch deal

    By Jan Strupczewski, Alastair Macdonald and Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British and EU negotiators agreed much of a reform package on Thursday to help keep Britain in the European Union, leaving Prime Minister David Cameron to settle tricky final issues, notably on migration, at a summit next week, diplomats said. After talks in Brussels among officials from all 28 member states to review mostly minor amendments to proposals made by European Council President Donald Tusk last week, an EU source reported "good progress" in clarifying technical, legal issues. "But main political issues are still outstanding and they will have to be dealt with by leaders next week," the source added, referring to a summit on Feb. 18-19 where Cameron hopes to clinch a final deal with his European peers on which he can campaign at home to keep Britain in the bloc at a referendum.

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  • Turkey tries father, smugglers over Syrian toddler's death

    The father of Aylan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler whose drowning shocked the world last year, went on trial on Thursday along with two alleged people smugglers accused of causing the death of migrants.

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  • Manchester United News: Ed Woodward Wants 'World-Class' Signings at Old Trafford

    Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward has hinted that there will be “pressure” on the club in the summer to sign the world’s best players.

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  • South Korea warns North over 'illegal' asset freeze

    Cargo on an overloaded vehicle slumps off to the side after arriving from the Kaesong joint industrial zone, outside a military checkpoint in Paju on February 11, 2016

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  • Manilow Shows Cancelled After Hospital Emergency

    Barry Manilow has been forced to cancel dates on what he says will be his final tour after being rushed to hospital. A statement on his Facebook page said it was "unclear" if Manilow will be well enough to attend the Grammy Awards on Monday.

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  • Uber agrees to $28.5 mn settlement over safety claims

    Uber lets customers use smartphone applications to summon and pay for rides provided by drivers using their own cars

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  • What The Foot: Mystery Of Feet Found Washed Up On Beach

    16 human feet - all wearing shoes - have washed up on north America’s west coast since 2007. The detached extremities have been found in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington state in the US, with the latest being discovered on Botanical Beach, Vancouver Island, earlier this week. The Coroners Service has been confirmed that the remains are human, and it’s hoped that DNA testing will identify the deceased.

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  • This Home Security System Stopped a Crime Spree

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  • 'Grexit' fears loom without solid Greek reforms: IMF

    A man waves a Greek flag in front of the parliament in Athens, during an anti-austerity demonstration on July 10, 2015

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  • Europeans stack up 1 trillion euros in cash as economic worries grow

    By John O'Donnell FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The amount of cash across the euro zone rose to more than 1 trillion euros ($1.1 trillion) last year, with almost 30 percent of it hoarded in 500 euro notes, ECB data has shown, as nervous individuals keep more of their money at home or in a vault.

    • Reuters
  • CCTV Shows Moment That Delivery Driver Appears To Drop Off Phone Before ‘Stealing’ It

    An angry iPhone customer has revealed CCTV footage he claims shows a delivery driver pretending to drop off his new smartphone – before stealing it. Bradley Stocker, 39, was puzzled when he received a message from courier company DPD informing him that his iPhone had been delivered - despite no one knocking at his door. DPD’s website even stated that the parcel had been dropped off with a neighbour, but Bradley found none of his neighbours had spoken to a delivery driver.

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  • 'Legend' who tripped up suspected drug dealer revealed as soldier

    A man who tripped up a suspected drug dealer running from police has been revealed as a soldier, who said his military training kicked in when he saw the chase.

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  • Scientists Detect Einstein’s ‘Gravitational Waves’ For First Time: Here’s What They Can Tell Us

    Scientists have proven the existence of gravitational waves in the universe, confirming Albert Einstein’s last unproven theory. In one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in decades, researchers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO experiment have finally detected the cosmic ripples, after 10 years of trying. The idea of gravitational waves was first put forward by Einstein in his ‘Theory of General Relativity’ 100 years ago and has been generally accepted by the scientific world but never before been proven.

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  • Factory owner who used 'slave workforce' to be sentenced

    A factory owner who employed large numbers of Hungarians as a "slave workforce" in a bed-making firm which supplied retailers like John Lewis, Next and Dunelm Mill will be sentenced later today.

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  • ‘This is by any standards, enormous good fortune’ – €66 million lottery winners collect jackpot

    The group of friends collected their prize from the offices of the National Lottery today.

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  • Streep On Diversity: We're All Africans Really

    Meryl Streep has dismissed questions about the all-white panel at the Berlin Film Festival by telling reporters that “we’re all Africans really”. Streep, who is heading the jury for the first time, said she was committed to equality and the inclusion of “all genders, race, ethnicities, religions”. Asked by an Egyptian reporter whether she understood films from the Arab world and North Africa, Streep said that while she did not know much about the region, “I’ve played a lot of different people from a lot of different cultures”.

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  • Oil slumps close to 13-year low

    World oil prices tumbled on February 11, 2016, nearing a 13-year low in New York, with no end in sight to the global supply glut

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  • Restored Jimi Hendrix apartment opens to public in London

    The London apartment where Jimi Hendrix lived more than 45 years ago has opened to the public, restored to look just how the rock star used it. Hendrix moved into the apartment on the upper floors of 23 Brook Street - next to the house composer George Frideric Handel lived in centuries earlier - in July 1968 after his girlfriend Kathy Etchingham saw it advertised in a newspaper. Hendrix, who died in 1970 aged 27, wrote music, rehearsed and gave interviews there.

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  • South Africa revives 'extinct' zebra subspecies

    In a spectacular valley less than two hours' drive north of Cape Town, a small herd of animals provides the chance to travel back in time over more than a century.

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  • Police in Standoff Against ANC Protesters as Clashes Break Out in Cape Town

    Police in Cape Town fired stun grenades to disperse violent protests in the city’s central business district ahead of President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation address on February 11. There were clashes reported between various groups, including supporters of Zuma’s ruling African National Congress and of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters. This video shows police participating in a standoff against supporters of the African National Congress. Credit: Instagram/Onele Liwani

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  • Downton Abbey Actor Banned For Drink Driving

    Downton Abbey actor Brendan Coyle has been banned from getting behind the wheel for more than four years after being caught drink driving. The 53-year-old, who played valet John Bates in the ITV drama, was found to be nearly three times the legal alcohol limit when he was stopped on New Year's Day. Coyle was reportedly returning to his Norfolk home in Heacham after undergoing alcohol rehabilitation at a clinic in Thailand.

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  • Rabid bats kill 12 children in Peru

    At least 12 indigenous children in Peru have died from rabies after being bitten by blood-sucking bats, which locals at first blamed on witchcraft, health officials said.

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  • This Orangutan And Her Adorable Baby Were Just Days From Death When Rescued

    This female orangutan and her adorable baby were just days from starvation when they were rescued, according to the British charity that found them. The mum, aged around 20 and named Mama Nam by her rescuers, was so malnourished she could no longer produce milk for her baby, named Nam. IAR vet Ayu Budi Handayani said: “It is amazing that, despite the fact that she was so skinny and weak, this mother was still determined to protect her baby.

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  • Migrant 'hotspots' a flashpoint on Greek island of Kos

    As dawn breaks over the Greek island of Kos, 20 soldiers and five bulldozers wait to start construction work on a site that has become a flashpoint for the tourist hub on the frontline of Europe's migrant crisis.

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  • Kanye West's Huge Fashion And Album Launch

    Kanye West had the full support of his reality star wife Kim Kardashian and her family when he launched his new album and clothing collection at New York's Madison Square Garden. Kim Kardashian also showed off her new blonde hair in what was one of her first public appearances since she gave birth to her son Saint two months ago.

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  • Drug cartel battle kills 49 in northeastern Mexican prison

    By Gabriela Lopez MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - A battle between the feared Zetas drug cartel and rivals at a prison left 49 people dead in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey, authorities said on Thursday, days ahead of a planned visit by Pope Francis to another jail in Mexico's far north. Fighting broke out before midnight in two areas of the Topo Chico prison between supporters of a gang leader known as "Zeta 27" and another group, with prisoners using bottles and blades, Nuevo Leon state Governor Jaime Rodriguez said. "Topo Chico is a ... very old prison.

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  • William attends funeral of polar explorer Henry Worsley

    The Duke of Cambridge has attended the funeral of polar explorer Henry Worsley, who died trying to make the first unassisted solo crossing of the Antarctic.

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  • Atheist Writer Richard Dawkins Has Stroke

    Outspoken academic Richard Dawkins has pulled out of a public speaking tour after suffering a stroke. He is expected to make a full recovery, according to a statement on the Sydney Opera House website. The biologist and author of The God Delusion had been due to appear at the venue on 28 February.

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  • People In Heavy Credit Card Debt May Not Know This

    If you owe more than $15,000, there is a way to pay off credit card debt that few people think of first. (It's not what you think!)

  • Dublin City Council ordered to pay family medical damages due to ‘the state’ of their home

    Janice Maguire and her three children have been awarded at least €14,000 in damages due to the “recurrent respiratory” illnesses they’ve suffered since 2010.

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  • Scientists Say Goodbye To Philae Comet Probe

    Scientists have given up hope of restoring contact with space probe Philae. Philae landed on a comet in a pinpoint operation in November 2014 but lost power because its solar-driven batteries were in the shade. The probe woke up in June as the comet approached the Sun, giving scientists hope that the lander could complete some experiments.

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  • Rolf Harris To Be Charged With Indecent Assault

    Entertainer Rolf Harris is to be charged with seven counts of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.

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  • NATO 'exploring possibility' of joining anti-IS coalition: US

    NATO is considering joining the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State jihadists in Syria and Iraq, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Thursday.

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  • Missed Open Enrollment? You can still buy Medigap!

    The Medicare Open Enrollment Period isn't the only time to buy Medigap coverage. You can actually buy at any time of the year.

  • EU-Britain deal should not hamper deeper euro zone integration - Slovak minister

    PRAGUE (Reuters) - There is a will to reach a European Union reform deal with Britain, but any compromise should be designed to avoid hampering deeper integration in the euro zone, Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir said on Friday. "The EU has 28 members today and I see this number staying the same after the UK referendum," Kazimir tweeted. "Whatever the compromise will be, we should not create obstacles for deeper integration of the euro zone. I'm not a big fan of cherry picking. We are all equal in the EU club." (Reporting by Jason Hovet)

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  • Friends who won 66 million euro in syndicate choose to keep their names secret

    A group of Irish friends who won 66 million euro on the EuroMillions are to keep their identities secret.

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  • EU hits China with new steel anti-dumping probes: official 

    A worker polishes steel in a factory in Rizhao, east China's Shandong province on January 2, 2016

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  • Aldi ups pressure on UK rivals with more price cuts

    Discount supermarket Aldi [ALDIEI.UL] has increased the pressure on bigger rivals in Britain with a new wave of price reductions. The firm said on Friday the price cuts on lines including fresh meat, fresh fruit and vegetables were a response to reductions announced last month by Morrisons , Britain's No. 4 supermarket, which in turn followed cuts by Wal-Mart's Asda, the No. 3 player. A supermarket price war is regularly cited in official data as a factor bearing down on UK inflation.

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  • British Vogue celebrates 100 years at National Portrait Gallery

    From Second World War photographs to shoots with famous models such as Kate Moss and Linda Evangelista, British Vogue magazine marks its 100th birthday in 2016 with an exhibition of fashion, beauty and portrait prints. Opening at London's National Portrait Gallery on 11 February, Vogue 100: A Century of Style features more than 280 photographs from publisher Conde Nast's archives that the magazine has commissioned over the decades. It includes the work of renowned photographers such as Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn, David Bailey and Mario Testino, portraits of celebrities including Marlene Dietrich, Britain's Princess Diana and David Beckham and shoots with famous models such as Kate Moss and Linda Evangelista. "This was a great opportunity for us to replay Vogue's greatest hits," exhibition curator and British Vogue Contributing Editor Robin Muir said. "I wanted to have all of these well-known images and balance it perhaps with ones people had not seen before. And one of the guiding principles of the show is that we wanted to show original vintage photographs." Among the highlights are "a rare vision" of Horst P Horst's 1939 Mainbocher Corset photo, which inspired the music video for Madonna's Vogue song, and Peter Lindbergh's 1990 cover shot that "defined the supermodel era", according to organisers. "Vogue has been synonymous with fashion and photography for 100 years. It's the style bible, I mean that old cliché comes into play," Muir said. "It's at the forefront and I think people look to Vogue to guide them and I hope it takes its responsibility in that respect seriously and I think it does." British Vogue was born in 1916 when the First World War halted shipments of American Vogue. Conde Nast then allowed for a British edition of the magazine. Muir added that it was difficult to illustrate the earlier years due to the war. "In 1942 in an economy war time drive – because Vogue was allowed to continue publishing for the morale of the home-front – Vogue decided to pulp its entire archive from 1916 to 1942 as an economy drive to lead the way. So all the Edward Steichen's, all the Cecil Beaton's, all the Man Ray's all the Charles Sheeler's, all the great beautiful prints they had Adolph de Meyer's – he was the first fashion photographer – all gone. So it's taken us about six years to try and track down some other equally fascinating prints" he said. Vogue 100: A Century of Style runs from 11 February to 22 May at London's National Portrait Gallery.

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  • Britain's economy will be worse off if it leaves the EU - Reuters poll

    By Ana Nicolaci da Costa LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy would be worse off if voters decide the country should leave the European Union, according to an overwhelming majority of economists polled by Reuters who also gave it a 40 percent chance of happening. All but one of 28 economists in the poll taken this week said the Britain would take a hit if the vote - which could take place by June - meant exiting the EU. Supporters of Britain leaving the EU say companies would be less bound by red tape, the country would be able to strike its own free trade deals and its existing EU partners would not want to hurt bilateral trade.

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  • Woman Fined For Pushing Over Melbourne Cup Cop

    A woman has been fined $800 (£390) after pleading guilty to pushing a policeman over at Australia's most prestigious horseracing event. Sarah Finn, 24, was also ordered to pay court costs and pay for a new pair of glasses for superintendent Steven Cooper, the man she sent flying into a flower bed at the Melbourne Cup. Defence lawyer Anthony said in the Melbourne Magistrates Court that his client was "somewhat tipsy" and told how earlier she had been chatting to the police who had allowed her to sit on one of their motorbikes.

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  • Murdered Journalist 'Died In Vain', Says Brother

    The brother of a journalist shot dead by gangland criminals in Ireland 20 years ago, has said she died in vain. Veronica Guerin's murder, on the outskirts of Dublin, sparked a public outcry and led to new legislation. With reporters again under threat, Jimmy Guerin believes the drugs barons are more powerful than ever.

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  • UK watchdog fines GSK $54 million over 'pay-for-delay' drug deals

    By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's competition watchdog has fined GlaxoSmithKline  37.6 million pounds ($54.4 million) for market abuse in striking deals to delay the launch of cheap generic copies of its former blockbuster antidepressant Seroxat. Generic drug companies involved, including Germany's Merck KGaA , were also fined smaller amounts, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Friday, bringing the total penalties to 45 million pounds. The CMA move is the latest example of regulators trying to curb "pay-for-delay" deals by drug companies and follows previous actions by U.S. and European antitrust authorities.

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  • Millport gold dust surprise finds scientists in rich vein of form

    Tiny specks of gold have been found in rocks at a popular tourist destination, to the surprise of scientists.

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  • S. African police fire stun grenades ahead of Zuma address

    South African police fired stun grenades to disperse angry protesters outside parliament on Thursday shortly before President Jacob Zuma was due to deliver his annual state of the nation address.

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  • Oil slumps again; US crude at 2003 low

    World oil prices tumbled on February 11, 2016, nearing a 13-year low in New York, with no end in sight to the global supply glut

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  • Asian markets battered as Tokyo tanks again

    The steep losses in Japan came as the yen pushed to more than 16-month highs against the dollar and dealers continued a flight to safe havens

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  • Prompt prices down on ample supply

    (Reuters) - British prompt wholesale natural gas prices declined on Friday morning as supply outweighed demand. Total's new gas field Laggan-Tormore has started production, with initial flows going into St Fergus TOM.

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  • Ben Stiller and Zoolander 2 cast hit the catwalk for premiere

    As New York kicks off the seasonal catwalk calendar, the fashion capital played host to a different kind of runway show – a Zoolander 2 inspired one. At the world premiere of the film which spoofs the fashion industry, stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell and Penelope Cruz strutted down a catwalk which turned into the red carpet for the night. Stiller and Wilson reprise their roles as male models Derek and Hansel in the sequel to 2001's Zoolander, while Ferrell portrays the villainous designer Mugatu again – with plenty of poses, pouting and celebrity cameos in the movie.

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  • U.S. oil hits 12-year low on stockpile surge, risk aversion

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. crude slid on Thursday, hitting 12-year lows as domestic stockpiles grew, Goldman Sachs called for depressed prices until the second half of the year and investors fled from equities and other risky assets into safe havens such as gold. Prices came off session lows in post-settlement trade after the Wall Street Journal quoted UAE's energy minister as saying OPEC was ready to cooperate on production cuts. Most traders were skeptical, noting that Venezuela and Russia recently called in vain for OPEC and other major oil producers to cut output.

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  • Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 remains best-selling game in January

    Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 took advantage of a lean month for new video game releases to remain the top-selling game in the US in January.

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  • Thousands of Polish shopkeepers protest planned tax

    Polish shop owners hold a protest in front of parliament against a government plan to raise taxes on retailers, on February 11, 2016 in Warsaw

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  • Jeremy Corbyn Attends Hillsborough Inquest

    Jeremy Corbyn has attended the Hillsborough inquest, where Coroner Sir John Goldring is continuing to sum up the evidence. Mr Corbyn said his visit to the hearing had nothing to do with party politics. Mr Corbyn also paid tribute to local MPs and campaigners for helping the families to fight for new inquests, quashing the verdicts of accidental death in the original inquests held in 1991.

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  • ‘Deeply upset’ couples have to find new wedding venues after Tipperary hotel closes

    “Thousands have been given to the hotel. We’ve not been told if it will be reimbursed or if the wedding will go ahead.”

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  • Supermarket Deals Costing Consumers £1,000

    Special offers and multi-buy deals are seducing supermarket shoppers into spending more than £1,000 a year on average than planned, according to a new report. The Money Advice Service (MAS) found 76% of people regularly spend more than they mean to in grocery stores due to the deals and "bogof" (buy one get one free) offers. Meanwhile the research also found those who make a shopping list and stick to it typically spend £200 a year less than those who rarely or never did so.

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