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Final picture of girl, 18, before she was pushed off cliff by boyfriend

the final picture of Jolee Callan, 18, before she was pushed off a cliff by her boyfriend (Picture: Loren Bunner) The sick killer who twice shot his girlfriend in the head before throwing her from a cliff uploaded pictures of her standing on the mountain edge moments before her slaying. Loren Bunner was sentenced to 52 years in prison after ...

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British Airways passenger ‘handed wet wipes by cabin crew to clean urine off seat’

Andrew Wilkinson, 39, claims he was handed wet wipes by cabin crew to clean urine left by a previous passenger (Picture: Getty) A British Airways customer who paid more than £1,200 to fly to South Africa was given a seat that a previous passenger had urinated on. Andrew Wilkinson, 39, had just boarded his flight out from Heathrow to see his ...

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These are the world's top 10 most livable cities

This past year has been tumultuous. With the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the rise of far-right extremists in the US, and terror attacks reverberating across the globe, 2017 has changed the world.  However, there are a number of cities around the world where citizens are happy, social services, are improving, and economies are growing.  These places routinely make the ...

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Whether the Government likes it or not, European courts will be part of any Brexit trade deal

The Government publishes a series of five papers this week, setting out its negotiating position ahead of the next round of Brexit talks, which start on 29 August. These papers, according to David Davis, the minister heading the UK team, are “all part of our work to drive the talks forward, and make sure we can show beyond doubt that ...

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13 facts about cheating that couples — and singles — should know

Infidelity is murky territory. Does a one-night stand at a bachelor party count? How about an emotional entanglement with a close friend that doesn’t involve anything physical? Psychologists and relationship experts have spent years studying the science of infidelity, turning up surprising insights into what different couples consider cheating, how they react to cheating, and how they bounce back after ...

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Single mothers benefits myth exposed as figures show two thirds now in a job

Single mothers are just as likely to be in work as women who have no children, official figures show, busting preconceived myths that they are more dependent on state welfare. More than two-thirds (67.8 per cent) of single parents – overwhelmingly women – are now in employment, up from 43.8 per cent just over 20 years ago. By comparison, the ...

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Ivanka Trump says it was 'beautiful' to see protesters denounce racism and anti-Semitism in Boston and New York

Ivanka Trump said it was “beautiful” to see thousands of anti-fascist protestors denouncing racism and anti-Semitism in Boston and New York on Saturday as her father continued to make ambiguous comments that failed to specifically condemn far-right groups inciting hatred across the US. Ms Trump, 35, ensured she couldn’t be accused of making an equivalence between white supremacist groups and ...

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Stephen Hawking is right about the NHS – it is in demise

Professor Stephen Hawking was spot on when he spoke out of the demise of our once great NHS. After over a decade of dealing with the Department of Health as a local health campaigner I can say without contradiction “the Department of Health don’t give a damn”.   Paul BroadhurstCheshire There is no doubt, whatever he says, that Jeremy Hunt wants ...

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Secrets of Saturn to be revealed by dying Cassini spacecraft, Nasa says

Nasa’s Cassini spacecraft has skimmed the atmosphere that surrounds Saturn for the first time – with scientists hopeful it will reveal the planet’s secrets in the final leg of its mission.  The spacecraft has been exploring the Saturn system for 13 years in a mission that is expected to come to an end in less than four weeks, when it will destroy itself by ...

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Ukraine has removed all 1,320 statues of Lenin

Ukraine has removed all 1,320 statues of the communist revolutionary Lenin following a government drive to rid the country of Soviet-era symbols. Monuments to the Bolshevik leader have been dismantled in every town, village and city controlled by the Kiev-based government that brought down pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych three years ago, according to officials. The anti-Soviet initiative, which also orders ...

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