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Kristen Stewart opened up to Dax Shepard about how much the paparazzi affected her, and how she could relate to Britney Spears and Sean Penn going off on them.
Nikita is a digital artist who recently blew up on the NFT market and made bank with his artworks.
Lemurs enjoyed a frozen enrichment activity at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham, North Carolina, in January, investigating miniature snowmen with treats inside.“More snow calls for more snow enrichment!” the center wrote on Twitter. “While the lemurs seem to be pretty neutral about this weird cold stuff, they were huge fans of the fruit faces created by their caretakers.” Credit: Duke Lemur Center via Storyful
Researchers say ‘wheeze honks’ are identity signals, with reactions ranging from calls to spraying dung linked to level of familiarity
Raymond Washburn, a blind man who was credited with helping rescue five people from the rubble of the Alfred P
Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.
A viral video of a man beating his wife in China, and police's handling of the case, has renewed a debate online in the country over how to punish domestic abusers.
Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
Collecting his medal at Windsor Castle, Henry Lewis said magic has allowed him to raise money for charity and travel the world.
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
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The Foreign Secretary is holding talks in Brussels with European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic.
Children and tourists rejoiced after Istanbul was hit by its first snowstorm of the winter
Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar's daughter has shared a picture of the Ted Hastings actor with his granddaughter, who's wearing an adorable AC-12 onesie
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With the findings from Sue Gray’s investigation into Downing Street due out in days, many of Monday’s papers continue to focus on the embattled PM.
Lucky fat genes can help protect obese people from certain diseases, a new study suggests. Fat stored under the skin, like a paunch or a double chin, is considered less harmful than fat stored around organs such as the liver and heart. Scientists say the study's findings could explain why some obese people remain relatively healthy, while others suffer from life-changing conditions such as heart disease.
National insurance (NI) is set to rise for workers in April as families face a cost of living crisis. The prime minister is understood to be under pressure from his cabinet to delay the tax increase at a time when households are experiencing spiraling energy and food bills and council tax rises.
The 'Never Had a Dream Come True' singer claims to be qualified in clairvoyance and spiritual readings.