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Cherry Seaborn: The girl marrying Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran and Cherry Seaborn (pictured together centre) developed a close friendship during their time at school in Framlingham, Suffolk, and some said that Ed (pictured as a child top right) had a crush on her pictured as a child (bottom right) - although she had a boyfriend. Then life intervened and they went their separate ways. Cherry earned a degree in molecular biology and represented England in the Under-21 hockey team (left). She now works as a senior consultant in risk advisory at prestigious accounting firm Deloitte. Ed wrote in his song Perfect, said to be about Cherry: 'We were just kids when we fell in love / Not knowing what it was / I will not give you up this time'.

Homeless SAS hero says terrorist should still be in prison

Bob Curry, 64, (pictured today, left) who became known as 'Backdoor Bob' after being photographed storming the embassy (bottom right), served for 16 years in the Special Air Service and had a 17-year military career. But despite his service to his country he is now forced to sleep on his daughter's sofa and in a B&B paid for by his old regiment after he lost his home. Mr Curry, who appeared on Good Morning Britain today, revealed how he was forced to sell off his medals and says he has been stuck in a constant battle with Herefordshire Council after becoming homeless.
Meanwhile Fowzi Nejad, 61, the only terrorist to survive the siege in 1980, cannot be sent back to Iran because of human rights laws so instead lives in Peckham, south London.

The resignations came after the party's ruling executive backed a motion of no confidence in Mr Bolton following revelations his ex-girlfriend sent racist messages about Meghan Markle.

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Anna Maxted shared her experience of trying to regain control of her imagination by using Georgia Foster's 3 Minute Anxiety Fix and Virginia Alexandra's breathing tutorials.

The outraged visitors - students from the University of Bologna - ordered three steaks and fried fish at the Osteria da Luca near St Mark's Square. They were charged €1,145.

Teresa Tarmey claims blogs have helped women to realise they can achieve salon results at home. Alice Hart-Davis revealed the best do it yourself gadgets for reducing the signs of ageing

SAG Awards 2018 red carpet live

The women of Hollywood turned the red carpet black at the Golden Globes, as they united in support of the Times Up movement. But with their point made, the sparkle returned on Sunday night, as the stars dug out their sequins and glitter for the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Two weeks after they shunned color in a protest against sexual harassment in Hollywood and beyond, Halle Berry, Margot Robbie, Nicole Kidman and Allison Williams led the way in their bright, shimmering gowns.

His finest hour: Emotional Gary Oldman breaks down in tears as he wins at SAG Awards for Churchill movie

Gary Oldman cried as he picked up his Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday. The 59-year-old actor couldn't hide his emotions as he picked up the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of late former UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. He paid tribute to the 'giants of acting' within the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles as he spoke about the role which has led him to be tipped for Oscars success.

Kate Hudson leads worst-dressed at the SAG Awards

The 38-year-old (center right) was among the stars who missed the mark at this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards as she walked the red carpet alongside her mother Goldie Hawn. Among the other fashion fails were a number of the ladies from hit show GLOW, including Alison Brie (left), Kate Nash (right) and Jackie Tohn, who all raised eyebrows with their gaudy get-ups. Abbie Cornish (center left) also failed to impress with her high-neck lace number with bows to spare.

A high street DNA test claims it can tell you which diet is most likely to work based on your genetic make-up. At £59, the myDNA test is relatively affordable compared to £120 priced rivals.

The famous tinned pie makers Fray Bentos, who are owned by Baxter's of Fochabers, Scotland, since 2011, have been slammed by consumers for selling pies that 'contain less meat'.

Esteemed etiquette guide Debrett's has teamed up with Ford Vignale to create the ultimate motoring etiquette guide on the back of their research into Brits' biggest motoring bugbears.

How I lost two and a half stone

Sarah Vine (pictured left before and right after) began changing her eating habits last summer to lose weight. At almost 16 stones her doctors advised an ideal weight for her would be 12 stones. She shared how learning more about mindful eating at VivaMayr clinic and participating in a gut-cleansing course at Grayshott Health Spa (pictured inset with spa coach) helped her towards her weight loss goal.

Bill Billingham stabs daughter Mylee to death

A father arrested for the murder of his eight-year-old daughter in the West Midlands posted a picture of her on Facebook just an hour before police were called. Bill Billingham (top right), 54, has been named by locals after his eight-year-old daughter, Mylee was found with knife wounds on Saturday night in Valley View in Brownhills near Walsall. He is understood to have been taken to hospital last night with stab wounds to the stomach, and is set to be questioned in due course. An hour before police arrived at 9.15pm, the father posted a picture of his daughter on Facebook (main image) at 8.15pm eating pizza on a bed with the caption:'Pitza on bed lv moo x'. The murder suspect's brother Mark Billingham MBE (pictured bottom right, with the suspect) is one of the stars of Channel 4's SAS Who Dares Wins and was once a private body guard for Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Tom Cruise.

Two men have been taken to hospital after they were stabbed at a shopping centre in Luton. Pictures posted onto social media show a trail of blood through the shopping centre.

In the letter, Lord Mandelson suggested that he and chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier held private talks at a conference they both attended in Brussels in November.

Eighth suicide in 18 months at Bristol universities

A student is thought to have taken his own life in the eighth reported case at a Bristol university in 18 months. Justin Cheng was a third-year student at the University of Bristol's Law School. He was found on the evening of Friday, January 12. Mark Ames, director of student services at the university, confirmed the news on Sunday night.

The 54-year-old claimed straight men feel 'uncomfortable' around gay men and always assume they want to have sex with them, in a chat with Shane Jenek on Saturday night.

ISIS fighter says goodbye to daughter before suicide bomb

Images released by the Islamist group show a jihadist in a wheelchair preparing to carry out the terror attack in Deir Ezzor, eastern Syria in front of his own children. Photos show the disabled ISIS terrorist talking to his crying daughter and son before he is lifted into a rigged vehicle by two other jihadists. He is seen making a hand gesture with his index finger which has become associated with Islamic State over the years. ISIS claims that the man then carried out an attack against Syrian government forces and destroyed a military compound.

A John Smith living in Leicester was offered a quote of £1,333 to insure an 11-year-old Ford Focus with fully comprehensive cover - more than £900 more than a 'Mohammed Ali' with the same details.

NEW EU Council president Donald Tusk is said to be orchestrating the high-risk strategy to refuse the UK a bespoke free trade deal in a bid to keep Britain in the customs union.

Lord O'Neill, who served under George Osborne and previously warned of serious damage from cutting ties with the EU, said he still believed it was a 'weird thing for the UK to impose on itself'.

James Stunt denies £90m burglary on his mansion is fake

As his acrimonious divorce battle continues, billionaire James Stunt has reacted angrily to claims that a £90million raid at his home was a con. He had previously claimed that he was the victim of Britain's biggest ever burglary with some £90million of cash and valuables said to have been stolen from his house in Belgravia (inset). Now, the 36-year-old has slammed critics who have accused the burglary of being a fake. He said has had 'nothing to hide,' adding: I'm a victim with no upside to this embarrassment of having no insurance.' Mr Stunt (pictured left at the weekend) claims the items taken include clockwise right, his late brother's Audemars Piguet watch worth around £500,000, pink, yellow, white and blue diamond rings, as well as cash and gold bars. He told police that thieves had emptied the safe in the basement of his Georgian townhouse while he slept upstairs.

Celebrity stylist Neil Moodie, who has tended to the tresses of stars including Demi Moore and Scarlett Johansson, wants to encourage women not to wash their hair too often.

Philippa Stockley believes it's selfish to sneeze in public without covering your nose. She shared the frustration of being kissed hello by someone with a cold and not having sick pay as a freelancer.

Home And Away cast members farewell Jessica Falkholt

The cast of Home And Away have attended the funeral of actress Jessica Falkholt (bottom inset) ten days after her life support was turned off. Hundreds of family, friends and TV stars packed out St Mary's Catholic Church at Ryde, in Sydney, on Monday to farewell the star. The service was held at the same place her parents Lars, 69 and Vivian, 60, and sister Annabelle, 21, were laid to rest last week. The 28-year-old found fame as Hope Morrison on Home and Away, which was described by her uncle Paul Ponticello as her 'big break' into the film industry. Past and present stars of the show including Pia Miller (pictured right, hugging Olivia Deeble, who is also pictured top inset), Jackson Heywood (left with, Philippa Northeast and Isabella Giovinazzo) as well as Janet King actress Andrea Demetriades (front main) were seen exiting the church together.

The appearance of celebrities, minor royals and even Robert Mugabe's successor at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos will fuel claims the event is an excuse for the rich to throw parties.

Oxfam used the billionaires' list compiled by Forbes magazine, which is topped by American business magnate and Microsoft founder Bill Gates on £62.1billion.

NEW The worrying figures, released by the Metropolitan Police, suggest that criminals are hoping minor offending will not be investigated as police do not have the resources.

Mum Nicole Jones shares picture of her son's pencil case

At first glance, this photograph seems to show a children's pencil case. But upon closer inspection, Australian mother Nicole Jones noticed something different with the personalised letters. So can you spot the mistake in this picture?

Almost 200 children under 12 have been branded 'suspects' by police in the past three years, according to figures obtained by the Daily Mail.

Police officers launched an urgent appeal to find the owner of the German Shepherd-type dog (pictured) after it was found tied to a telegraph post in Hartlepool yesterday morning.

Studies have revealed that extensive use of smartphones can alter the function of the brain. Louise Atkinson revealed how to overcome smartphone addiction in a new book.

Audi driver smashes into pedestrian, 19, and hurls him 50 yards along the street in horror hit-and-run which has left him in a wheelchair

NEW WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. A hit-and-run driver smashed into 19-year-old man and hurled him 50 yards down a busy street which left him in a wheelchair and unable to walk. Shocking footage, which has been released by police, shows the moment the teenager was struck by a dark Audi A3 when he tried to cross the road in Derby. Derbyshire Police released the disturbing images which show the man slide along the ground after being hit. Officers hope to find the driver of the car which did not stop after the crash on November 5 at around 7.30pm.

Margaret Skidmore, 81, caught evil Leroy Campbell hiding at her daughter Lisa's home in Bilston, West Midlands, just after he had killed her. He then choked her with a vacuum hose.

Three men including at least one innocent bystander have been shot in busy midtown Manhattan just a few blocks from the Empire State Building.

Possible grave site for the Beaumont children discovered

Police will return to the New Castalloy factory at Plympton (top right) in suburban Adelaide in the coming weeks after fresh information from witnesses and results of tests on the land suggest the three missing Beaumont children are buried there. Jane (centre right), Arnna (centre left), and Grant (centre) Beaumont disappeared from Glenelg beach in Adelaide on Australia Day 1966, never to be seen again despite a major manhunt and one of the nation's biggest ever police investigations. Police excavated a small part of the factory land in 2013 (left, bottom right) after a book was published claiming the children were buried there, but nothing was found. The new search will examine a different part of the land, at the rear of the property. This new information brings deceased Adelaide businessman, Harry Phipps (inset), back to the centre of the investigation as a suspect. Mr Phipps allegedly had two men dig a hole the size of a grave at the factory, which he owned at the time. Mr Phipps was the character alluded to in The Satin Man - a book written about the investigation into the missing children. He was named by Today Tonight after the book was published, but remained unnamed in the book.

Waikato Police in New Zealand have shared their advice on Facebook and have since gone viral with more than 2300 reactions and 500 shares. It's part of a campaign to reduce speeding.

Sergey Terekhov, 53, had let his two dogs out of his Lada car to run before a hunting expedition in Russia's Saratov region. But one canine bounded up to him and clawed the trigger of his loaded rifle.

The 'hand-picked, battle-hardened' elite British Army specialised infantry soldiers from the 4 Rifles have been deployed to Afghanistan as part of a new Specialised Infantry Group.

Newlyweds trapped in Soham house they can't sell

A young couple have been left devastated after discovering a legal catch in their lease which has left them unable to sell their house. Newlyweds Nathan and Tasha Stewart were horrified to discover that their leasehold agreement has a clause which means the ground rent doubles every decade. The pair bought the property built by housebuilders Taylor Wimpey in Lion Mills, a development in Soham, in 2014. But when they tried to sell up in October last year, 27-year-old marketing manager Nathan came across the game-changing clause.

Alexa von Tobel, CEO of LearnVest, has revealed a simple way to assess and take control of your finances in just 10 minutes.

Ex-classmate to House of Horrors son recalls his 'sadness'

The former college classmate to one of the elder sons victimized in the California House of Horrors has described into harrowing detail her past observances of him. The woman, Angie Parra, remembered sighting the unnamed adult son a number of times while the two were enrolled in the same music course at Mt. San Jacinto College in Menifee Valley years ago.

The One You've All Been Waiting For? Millions of fans are fooled by mock trailer for new Friends movie with Joey, Chandler and the gang hitting 50

A new trailer allegedly for a Friends movie circulated on the internet over the weekend - sending fans into an excited flurry wondering, could it be?  Since the show that started Jennifer Aniston's career went off the air in 2004 - fans have been hoping it would return for reunion season or movie - like Sex and the City did in 2008. And on Friday a trailer surfaced on YouTube that made it seem like that might finally be happening 14 years later. Fans reacted enthusiastically to the news on social media over the weekend - with many questioning if it was real but expressing their excitement regardless.  But unfortunately, the trailer is a hoax.

We choose to go for sugary and salty treats to trigger a 'happy spot' in our brains during times of stress or sadness. Salt is an especially common craving during periods of stress or bouts of PMS.

Activities like naked yoga have making waves in Australia over the past few months with people reporting better workouts and a boost in their body image as a result of exercising naked.



Houzz reveals most popular interior pictures of 2017

The online home renovation and design platform Houzz has unveiled the UK interiors that were most popular among its 40million monthly users. Winning entries include (clockwise from top left): A sunlight-drenched kitchen, sumptuous pink sofas, sprawling marble worktops, an opulent mirror and (inset) a waterfall shower with neon blue ceiling lights. Marcus Hartwall, managing director of Houzz UK and Ireland described the winning designs as 'phenomenal'.

Britain's most bonkers B&Bs

For years now, thanks to the home rental website Airbnb, millions of us have been happily renting other people's homes, sleeping in their beds, sitting on their sofas, watching their TVs - and even, in some cases, feeding their guinea pigs. We could rent snazzy houses in London's Mayfair, bothies in the wilds of Scotland, a converted church in Shropshire - or a sofabed a stone's throw from our office Christmas party.  Lately, it seems, competition has raised the stakes, and the options have become a little more eclectic. Fancy hunkering down in a hobbit house, or a night in private jet? Or maybe a day or two in a train carriage, a tree house or your very own pub? Here, JANE FRYER runs the rule over Airbn-bizarre . . .

The London Academy of Excellence will be sending 22 state-school pupils to Oxford and Cambridge this year. Such results rival some of Britain's most famous public schools which charge up to 30k.

Woman duped by bigamist can't marry her new partner

Monika Crudgington, 39, (inset) who lives in London married biagmist Simon Crudgington, 41, in the Czech Republic (left). He was later jailed for six months at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court in Staffordshire. Monika has now found love with Michal Poláek (right), but they can't wed as her first marriage is still considered legal in the Czech Republic and she would be considered a bigamist herself.

This week, Emily Monckton revealed the best apres ski chic available in UK stores. She took style inspiration for her selection from Sarah Jessica Parker and Elle Macpherson.

Prince Philip's godson Ashley Hicks and his American wife Kata de Solis announced the birth of their first child with an art work, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.

Sir Rod Stewart, 73, has taken drastic measures to sell his Essex mansion, slashing the price of the grade-II listed property by £1million. He is now selling the luxury home in Epping for £5.95million.

Mary, a carrier pigeon, was hit by shrapnel as she flew over the Pas De Calais to deliver messages. She lived with owner, Cecil Brewer, and the property in Exeter had its plaque unveiled at the weekend.

Parliamentary authorities were forced to step in to stop pranksters pointedly turning around a historic bust of Oliver Cromwell so that it was facing the wall.

Like snowdrops, usually the nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House in London's East End are with us by early January, and the past couple of weekends have been heavy going without them.

Avon and Somerset police launched a murder investigation after a woman in her 30s was killed in a hit and run near seaside resort Burnham-on-Sea. The 34-year-old driver was arrested.

A Middlesborough fan allegedly urinated into the bottle of 27-year-old QPR goalie Alex Smithies during the EFL Championship match at Loftus Road, Shepherds Bush, on Saturday.

Near-miss! Terrifying moment driver is confronted with an HGV coming straight towards him as it overtakes another lorry 

This is the terrifying moment a home bargains lorry comes within inches of a head-on collision with an oncoming car on the Stocksbridge Bypass in Sheffield. The furious driver of the oncoming car called the driver an 'idiot' and said that he was 'meant to be a professional driver'.  In the shocking footage a HGV can be seen overtaking the lorry in front of it as it speeds towards an oncoming car.

A survey of 600 IT bosses at various firms across the UK found that 41 per cent said that they had found a 'high percentage' of workers accessing porn at work.

A damning study confirms the damage done to US social media giants. Fewer than one in four people trust social media and reveals widespread demand for tougher regulation, it found.

Six hundred delegates met in Bonn, to discuss whether they should enter into a possible coalition talking with Merkel's Christian Democratic Union.

The late Peter Mayle, who died last week aged 78, wrote the bestseller A Year in Provence. Part one of a serialisation of his book deals with the Mistral wind and an unexpected boorish British guest.

The Foreign Secretary tweeted: 'Makes no sense for Confederation of British Industry to keep calling to stay in customs union. PM was clear in Florence speech we are leaving.'

John McDonnell refused
to say sorry - insisting that he was only repeating a comment made by others and has made it clear he condemns all abuse of politician.

Enquiries to the NHS 111 helpline could be dealt with by robots within the next two years, a leaked report suggests. And that by next year a quarter of all 111 enquiries would be answered online.

'Fabio' the robotic retail assistant was let go after just one week. The 'ShopBot' was developed by Heriot-Watt University and was seen struggling at upmarket store Margiotta, in Edinburgh.

Man loses THREE QUARTERS of his body fat

Dwayne O'Connor, 26 from Derby, has dropped 3 stone 7 lbs and shed three quarters of his body fat after taking up a punishing health and fitness regime to help him get over his heartbreak (pictured left and inset before, and right, now). He told MailOnline: 'I went on a journey looking for progression instead of perfection and that's where I found balance. I'm much more comfortable within myself and I try to send that positivity out to others.'

Beauty editor Jo Glanville - Blackburn revealed she has suffered from a lifelong phobia of her front teeth. She shared how her £5,000 ceramic braces have given her the confidence to smile more.

This week, Inge van Lotringen gave an anonymous reader advice on reducing the appearance of stretch marks. She suggested they try a microneedling treatment.

Nikita Bellucci, 28, from France, took to Twitter to reveal the horrifying messages that she had received and pointed the blame at the parents for a 'complete lack of teaching' in sexual education.

She planned for her parents to be buried in the same plot at Newcastle-under-Lyme cemetery to fulfill her mother's dying wish. She was stunned to find out her uncle was buried in the plot in 2011.

Ian Ashman, 50, and his wife Vicki, 48, wanted a new challenge during retirement and set up Scrumpies of Mayfair at their kitchen table. Louise Thompson and Tamara Ecclestone are fans.

Former First Daughter Malia Obama and her British beau, Rory Farquharson, both 19 and at Harvard University, enjoyed an afternoon in each other's company in New York city.

The very cheeky replies to signs that are just too clever

Pranksters from all over the world have shared their best responses to signs and notices. The jokers had their best handiwork shared on Worldwideinterweb to show their comedic skills. Clockwise from top left: This sign gives door users a very tongue-in-cheek guide on how to open a door; one prankster has drawn a bridge onto a sign that read 'draw bridge'; someone stuck a milk carton to the fridge; a note corrects the potentially (not very) misleading sign; don't-try-this-at-home graffiti; and someone pens an amusing quip on a sign for an out-of-order escalator.

The study also found males are more likely to have speaking parts in books aimed at children, as well as in stereotypically masculine roles - while females tend to be sidekicks.

Abigail Bryans, 56, hand-made gifts business woman and part time model says strict cleansing keeps her looking young. She also shared the importance of detoxes and regular facials.

In 2014, Mr Osborne made Treasury money available to Carillion to help boost its overseas business, saying: 'It's great to see successful companies like Carillion winning contracts around the world.'

A U.S. Army Apache attack helicopter (stock image) crashed early Saturday morning in California, killing two soldiers, a spokesman for the Army said.

In 2014, Mr Osborne made Treasury money available to Carillion to help boost its overseas business, saying: 'It's great to see successful companies like Carillion winning contracts around the world.'

The Treasury Select Committee has urged ministers to stop using the retail prices index measure of inflation to set increases in train fares, student loan payments and air travel taxes.

Britain's nationalised industries were bywords for shambolic incompetence. The Loony Left were a disaster. Common sense, surely? Not if you ask Britain's youngsters.

Matthew Vant was quizzed on suspicion of burglary and criminal damage following a flat party when he was a student in Sunderland. But details of the incident were wiped from the force database.

Thirty-one-year-old Sam O'Brien was killed by two 18-year-old thieves in Reading on July 2 last year after he jumped from the second floor of an apartment block as he tried to escape them.

Hilarious and VERY offensive cards sent by children 

A hilarious gallery compiled by BoredPanda has revealed some of the most offensive and inappropriate notes people have received from their youngsters. While given with good intention some are rather more insulting than the giver had hoped for. Elsewhere kids have made an effort to make their family feel better about their flaws but have done the opposite in pointing them out including one who says they still love their mum despite her 'big butt'.

Ryan Taylor and Ally Law, who are known for stunts where they break into buildings, managed to get into the house, which is located in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, and record the show's stars.

An astonishing 113 inmates at HMP Elmley in Kent have submitted compensation claims. Twenty-three prisoners say they hurt themselves falling out of their bunk beds.

The iconic Lancaster bombers that took part in 1943's daring raid will lose their red, white, blue and yellow roundels when the squadron reforms this year.

Senior council officials and other public sector workers could see their pay slashed if Momentum wins control of its first council. It is expected to win a majority on Haringey Council in May.

Cristiano Ronaldo reinforced his claim as the vainest footballer in the world after he appeared to take a Real Madrid physio's smartphone in order to check damage to his face.

Kyle Edmund, 23, stands on the verge of entering the British tennis hall of fame after a set of surprise victories at the Australian Open saw him make the quarter-finals.

Shocking dashcam footage released by Dorset Police shows a drink driver swerving across the road. Bradley Carter was breathalysed and was more than double the legal limit.

The carcass of a pilot whale was found on Langre beach in Cantabria this morning, prompting fears it died from plastic pollution. The mayor said experts were coming to collect the body for study.

Diamond and sapphire-encrusted shoes on sale for £215,000

A pair of shoes have been created with an eye-watering price tag of £217,800, and are encrusted with 54 carat white diamonds and 416.2 carat white sapphires (left). Described as the 'first pair in the world', the shoes are part of the 'Royal' collection by UAE-based designer Jada Dubai, which also features a pair of shoes inspired by Princess Diana and Grace Kelly (right).

In her first interview since taking up the post, Gwen Byrom, 47, headmistress of Loughborough High School, said schools must teach a more nuanced version of feminism.

This week celebrity personal trainer Nadya Fairweather, recommends the best exercises for your heart. Nutritionist Shona Wilkinson advises pairing the workout with a diet high in fibre.

Val Marks, 62, from Rotherham, inherited the New World 42 appliance when her mother Grace Marks died in 1999 - and it is believed to have cooked around 20,000 meals over the years.

Luke Ginniver (inset) has paid tribute to his sister-in-law, Anna Williams, 22, (left) and six-month-old daughter, Mili Wyn, who died in a horrific car crash on the A487, near Gelliydan, Gwynedd.

Tokyo simulates first military attack since WWII amid...

Some 250 people took part in an evacuation drill in an amusement part in Tokyo on Monday, the first such drill in the capital since World War II, in the wake of North Korea's recent missile tests. A park employee ran around, shouting 'a missile was launched, a missile was launched' as hundreds of local residents and office workers duly evacuated to reinforced concrete buildings and a nearby subway station.People in earthquake-prone Japan are familiar with evacuation drills simulating natural disasters, but a drill simulating a North Korean missile attack on Tokyo is still a novel idea.

Officials in Cottbus, Germany, which lies 120km southeast of Berlin, have issued a temporary ban on new refugees following alleged assualts by Syrian teenagers and an illegal neo-Nazi rally.

New Department for Transport plans will help those with mental health conditions get Blue Badges, entitling them to free parking.

Susan Kilpatrick, 51, a mother-of-two has died after Aussie flu left her struggling to breathe and worsened her asthma. The teaching assistant was from Prestwich in Manchester.

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Knitting enthusiasts create woolly model of their village

May Aitcheson's army of knitting enthusiasts have created an impressive model of Cloughmills, the tiny village, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, where they live. The model even includes the children's playground and allotment plots full of cauliflowers.Grandmother Mrs Aitcheson, 73, set up the Cloughmills Crochet Club around seven years ago after she retired from her job working in a shop. She said she got the idea for the model after visiting another village. It took them seven months to make the model.

Peter Schofield, 68, from East Yorkshire, was the first name drawn from more than 27,000 entries on Saturday and plans to spend some of the money on home renovations.

Penny Mordaunt appeared to embrace the culture on her first official trip to Kenya when she wore an intricately designed headband and colourful necklace.

Shocking moment paraglider is slammed face-first into the ground while battling raging winds on top of a mountain

A paraglider (left, middle, right) has escaped unhurt despite being slammed into the ground after being whipped into the air in strong winds The daredevil was caught on camera struggling to keep his footage on Mount Maunganui, on New Zealand's North Island. A powerful gust of wind caught the man's parachute and swept him into the air before slamming him into the ground again. Known as Draggonslayer on Instagram, the paragliding enthusiast hit the side of the mountain so hard one of his shoes flew off.


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Crocodile weighing 500lbs eats a wildebeest crossing river

Thrilling action-shots show the moment one unlucky wildebeest was ambushed by a hungry crocodile as it attempted to cross a river. A series of spectacular photographs depicts the moment the stealthy 500-pound crocrodile clocked eyes on the group of wildebeest and blissfully swam alongside them before picking one out for dinner and aggressively lifting it out of the water into the air. Other images show the wildebeest make an unsuccessful bid for freedom before being dramatically dragged underwater by the reptile. The stunning pictures were taken at Maasai Mara, Kenya by British risk management consultant and part time professional photographer, Adrian Burrows, 50, who now lives in Durban, South Africa.

Adorable videos of perplexed dogs attempting to adjust to walking in shoes have flooded in the internet in the past few weeks after most parts of America experienced heavy snowfalls.

A man put on a display of shadow-boxing in a fishing store in Auckland on January 2, punching and kicking the air moments before CCTV caught him allegedly stuffing items under his shirt.

Navy ship is stuck in ice in Montreal and can't move

The US Navy's newest littoral combat ship, the USS Little Rock, is stuck in ice in Montreal (right) and will not be able to move until the spring thaw. The USS Little Rock was commissioned on December 16 in Buffalo, New York (top left) and scheduled to depart the following day for its home port at Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville, Florida (bottom left, map view). A sustained blast of Arctic air that extended from late December into January caused ice to form faster than normal within in the Seaway, according to the St Lawrence Seaway Management Corp. The Seaway closed for the season on January 11 and will open again in March.



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