• I'm A Celebrity highlights: chocolate cake, a sad goodbye and the cyclone challenge

    Only three celebrities remain in the jungle, but what got everyone buzzing in the second last episode?

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Shayne Ward and Sophie Austin proudly welcome baby Willow

    The couple have become parents for the first time.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Jennifer Lawrence explains how she almost killed a crew member by 'scratching her butt'

    Jennifer Lawrence has revealed that she almost killed a crew member while filming for The Hunger Games just because she wanted to scratch her butt. The 26-year-old actress appeared on The Graham Norton Show along with co-star Chris Pratt to promote their new sci-fi movie Passengers on Friday (2 December) and explained the funny story that could have turned ugly only because she "had an itch". Next, Lawrence revealed the incident and told the audience that she was dressed in a wet suit for a scene when suddenly her behind started to itch.

    International Business Times
  • Vince McMahon received death threats from 'notorious gangster' after he took over WWE

    Stephanie McMahon has said that her father Vince McMahon received death threats from a "notorious gangster" after he took over WWE from her grandfather Vincent J McMahon in 1982. The WWE chief brand officer in an interview revealed the reason behind her father being made a targeted. In an interview for Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, the 40-year-old said people were not impressed with Vince's expansion plans and that was the reason he received death threats.

    International Business Times
  • Beachgoers greeted by bizarre sight of thousands of dead fish washed ashore overnight

    Walkers at a beach in Cornwall were faced with the sight of thousands of dead mackerel or herring washed up on the shore on Sunday morning. It’s not known what caused the bizarre sight that appeared overnight and greeted morning beachgoers at Pentewan Beach. Edward Bol was walking his dog Max when he saw the fish, which he reckons are mostly herring with a few mackerel.

    Yahoo News UK
  • Ugly Austrian 'election of hate' draws to a close

    Austria's long and ugly presidential campaign drew to a close Saturday, with the far-right aiming to emulate Donald Trump and Brexit campaigners by dealing a hammer-blow to Vienna's centrist establishment.

  • Forget Joel's sixpack - all the I'm A Celebrity fans can talk about is the Celebrity Cyclone

    The jungle celebrities are battling it to win. But fans are most excited about the Celebrity Cyclone.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Coronation Street Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Weatherfield

    Nick has words with Peter and Aidan has a proposal for Maria

    Yahoo Celebrity UK
  • Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka has only 'six months to live', former girlfriend's murder trial continues

    Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka has six months to live as he is suffering from dementia and has been admitted in hospice care in Florida. According to the NY Daily News, the WWE legend's lawyer disclosed the news during a hearing to re-evaluate the 73-year-old's mental competence to stand trial over the death of his former girlfriend Nancy Argentino in May 1983. Argentino, who died at the age of 23, was taken to hospital after having spent the night with Snuka in a hotel room.

    International Business Times
  • Madonna sparks butt implant rumours after twerking on stage with Ariana Grande

    Apart from her sensuous performance and the cheeky moments with ex-husband Sean Penn at the Raising Malawi benefit concert, Madonna has caught her fans' attention for another reason altogether. The 58-year-old singer sparked butt implants rumours on social media after a video of her twerking with Ariana Grande went viral. In the clip from the Art Basel show, the Vogue singer matched steps with 23-year-old Grande as the two flaunted some fabulous moves, shaking their derrieres on stage.

    International Business Times
  • Italians head to their referendum

    Italians are heading to the polls in a referendum which could have significant ramifications for the whole of Europe. 

    Sky video
  • Afghan teen arrested over German murder-rape

    A teenage Afghan asylum seeker has been arrested on suspicion of the rape and murder of a 19-year-old female student in Germany, police and prosecutors said Saturday.

  • Bake Off 'villain' Paul Hollywood hits out at reaction to move

    He said the reaction was “out of control”.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Four-point Brexit blueprint revealed by Boris Johnson

    Boris Johnson has outlined the four-point blueprint the Government wants to achieve when it negotiates the UK's exit from the EU. The Foreign Secretary told Sky News the Prime Minister wanted to retain control of borders, control of money, control of laws and the ability to do free trade deals. Doing so, which has also been mooted by Brexit Secretary David Davis, would allow the UK to have a soft Brexit, rather than a 'hard' one which would involve leaving the free trade area.

    Sky News
  • Kanye West's breakdown allegedly triggered by his erratic pattern of taking medicines

    Although Kanye West has been discharged from the UCLA Medical Center after undergoing "psychiatric evaluation" for over a week, speculations over the cause of his breakdown continue to surface on the internet. An unconfirmed report has now claimed that the rapper allegedly deviated from the prescribed medicine dosage, which caused his erratic behaviour. Sources told TMZ that the Pablo hitmaker has "long suffered from psychological issues controllable by medication".

    International Business Times
  • Virgin Galactic spaceship makes first glide flight

    SpaceShipTwo is a commercial version of SpaceShipOne, the first private spacecraft to reach the edge of space in 2004

  • Fake U.S. embassy in Ghana shut down after decade issuing visas

    By Matthew Mpoke Bigg ACCRA (Reuters) - Authorities in Ghana have busted a fake U.S. embassy in the capital Accra run by a criminal network that for a decade issued illegally obtained authentic visas, the U.S. State Department said. Until it was shut down this summer, the sham embassy was housed in a run-down, pink two-storey building with a corrugated iron roof and flew a U.S. flag outside. "It was not operated by the United States government, but by figures from both Ghanaian and Turkish organised crime rings and a Ghanaian attorney practicing immigration and criminal law," the State Department said in a statement released late on Friday.

  • Italians head for polls in referendum as anxious Europe looks on

    The public are being asked to vote 'yes' or 'no' to constitutional change which would reduce the power of the Italian senate in order to streamline Italy's notoriously gridlocked legislative process. On the face of it, it's dry domestic politics which, while important for Italy, wouldn't normally prick much interest beyond the country. Now the polls are neck and neck.

    Sky News
  • Theresa May orders a crackdown against Whitehall moles - and the memo is leaked

    A memorandum written by Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood about May’s warning was leaked to The Mail on Sunday.

    SNAPPA News
  • Nigeria, Morocco mull gas pipeline mega-project

    The construction of west Africa's biggest gas pipeline, linking Nigeria's energy-rich south to consumer markets on the region's coast -- Benin, Togo and Ghana -- began in 2005, with deliveries starting ...

  • Rogue One director denies Disney pressured him to 'change tone' of film

    Gareth Edwards said he was “given a licence to take a risk” with the upcoming Star Wars spin-off movie.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • French town ordered to take down Virgin Mary statue

    A court in France has ordered a town to remove its statue of the Virgin Mary to comply with a national ban on religious symbols in public. The mayor of Publier, which lies near France's eastern border with Switzerland, said he would attempt to relocate the statue to private land. The marble statue was installed in a public park overlooking Lake Geneva in 2011.

    International Business Times
  • Market access 'must be part' of Brexit

    Jeremy Corbyn tells Sky's Faisal Islam that Labour will table an amendment to Article 50 legislation on Parliament

    Sky video
  • Call to fight obesity with standard portions of fish and chips

    Fish and chip shops should standardise the size of their portions to help combat obesity, according to an industry body. The report said: "Fifteen per cent of consumers think that chip portions are too big and 44% of them even end up throwing some of their chips away. Manager Adam Sheldon told Sky News: "Some chip shops give bigger portions to appear competitive but that often leads to waste.

    Sky News
  • Cuba's Raul Castro vows to defend brother's legacy in final tribute

    By Diego Oré and Sarah Marsh SANTIAGO, Cuba (Reuters) - President Raul Castro led tens of thousands of Cubans on Saturday in a pledge to defend the socialist legacy of his brother Fidel Castro, who died last week aged 90 and will be interred in the city where they launched the Cuban Revolution. "This is the unconquered Fidel who calls us with his example," the president, dressed in his four-star general's uniform, told a crowd that had burst into chants of "I am Fidel." "Yes, we will overcome any obstacle, turmoil or threat in the building of socialism in Cuba," the 85-year-old Castro said in a speech before Santiago's packed central plaza.



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