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Chinese hunger for donkey skin threatens species' existence in Brazil
Population could be wiped out in five years if demand persists
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Couple murdered homeless woman before claiming her benefits
'It is almost inhuman,' prosecutor says
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Dinamo Zagreb v Manchester City: Champions League – live!
Champions League updates from the 5.55pm GMT kick-offFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTubeAnd feel free to email Ed or tweet him @ed_aarons 4.32pm GMT It’s a big night for one team at the Stadion Maksimir, although fortunately that isn’t Manchester City. Pep Guardiola’s men have already assured their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League after three wins and two draws so far in the group stage, meaning they are in the hat as group winners no matter happens tonight against Dinamo Zagreb.The Croatians are vey much still in with a shout of making it through, which would be some achievement. Nenad Bjelica’s side are currently third, one point behind Shakhtar Donetsk, and will require victory to stand a chance. The Ukrainians are playing Atalanta at home, who also have an outside chance of qualifying so it really is set up for a fascinating evening. Related: Ilkay Gündogan blames Manchester City’s slump on loss of confidence Continue reading...
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Trevor Noah: ‘Trump will have the smallest impeachment of all time’
Late-night hosts unpack another historic day in Washington: the unveiling of two articles of impeachment against TrumpIt’s an oft-said sentence in 2019, but yesterday was a historic day in Washington as House Democrats announced formal articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, making him only the fourth president in history to face impeachment. “I know this sounds weird, but I’m actually proud of Donald Trump,” said Trevor Noah on the Daily Show. “He’s getting impeached, but I didn’t think he would make it three years. Continue reading...
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Tiny mackerel’s Finding Nemo moment with massive shark
Fingers crossed the mackerel had a happy ending too. 
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Labour has problems in its ‘heartlands’ – but only grassroots work can rebuild trust | Tom Blackburn
There are no quick fixes for the party’s troubles in ex-industrial towns. Community organising is the key to reviving its fortunesWe’ve heard a lot about the Labour heartlands recently. From the cliches of Workington man to the red wall, Labour’s difficulties in what were once its industrial strongholds are well documented, and have featured prominently across the 2019 election coverage. A horde of London-based journalists, with their prior assumptions apparently already set in stone, has ventured out on rare journeys northwards in search of people prepared to back up those assumptions. Admittedly, they appear to have had little trouble in finding them. Related: Labour’s ‘red wall’ is looking shaky. But the problems started decades ago | John Harris Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson pulls out of another BBC interview on day before election
'No reason was given,' says Jeremy Vine
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Apple is no longer the most valuable company in the world
For years, Apple had been holding on to its rank as the most valuable publicly traded company in the world.
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Roman Polanski: media 'making me a monster' – and it's Weinstein's fault
Director claims rivalry over 2003 Oscars race reignited rape backlash, now further fuelled by fresh accusations and protests against new Dreyfus filmFilm director Roman Polanski has spoken out for the first time since fresh accusations of rape were made against him, declaring that the media were “trying to make me into a monster”.And in an extraordinary twist he blamed Harvey Weinstein for his woes, in an interview with Paris Match magazine published on Wednesday. Continue reading...
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Everton dealt fresh manager blow as Marcelo Gallardo confirms River Plate stay
Marcelo Gallardo had been high on Everton's wish list as manager but the Argentine - nicknamed the 'Pep Guardiola of South America' - has decided to stay at River Plate
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Huge police search in woodlands enters day six as mystery operation continues
Forensic officers, police tents and dozens of police cars have lined a road in the Hedgerley area of Buckinghamshire
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BAE Systems accused of being party to alleged war crimes
A group of human rights organisations have filed a complaint about arms manufacturers to the ICCA group of human rights organisations have filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC), accusing BAE Systems and other arms manufacturers based in Europe of being party to alleged war crimes in the conflict in Yemen.Their 350 page dossier argues that aircraft, missiles and other arms made by 10 companies “contributed to the capacity” of the Saudi led coalition in the conflict, which is accused of bombing schools, hospitals and civilians in 26 airstrikes. Continue reading...
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Toddler has condition so rare that she is the only person in the world with it
Isla Kilpatrick-Screaton has a unique and terrifying life-threatening condition - and her loving parents face a constant struggle to keep her alive
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BOA demands the ‘fullest possible sanctions’ be taken against Russia
• British Olympic Association support calls over Wada ban• Russian speaker suggests country host alternative GamesThe British Olympic Association has called for the “fullest possible sanctions” to be taken against Russia following the four-year World Anti-Doping Agency ban imposed this week for alleged maniupulation of doping data.While Wada also agreed that individual Russian athletes would still be able to compete internationally if they could prove they were not tainted, the BOA have demanded “undeniable proof” that those Russian athletes who travel to Tokyo are ‘clean’. Continue reading...
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Manuel Almunia opens up on "difficult" Jens Lehmann relationship at Arsenal
The two goalkeepers vied for the number one jersey at Arsenal between 2004-2008, but their relationship was hindered by a training ground fallout that left them barely on talking terms
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The best hot chocolate in London: From Hotel Chocolat's Rabot 1745 to Le Café ​Alain Ducasse
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Cat seeks new home in Britain after stowing away on shipping container from Israel and surviving for 12 days
Who will adopt this adventurer cat?
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My son doesn't feel safe at home now, says mother of boy assaulted in bed
The mother of a boy who was sexually assaulted by an intruder who crept into his bedroom said today that her son no longer felt safe in their home.
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Mystery as hundreds of starlings found dead on road in Anglesey
Welsh police ask government experts to examine birds after ‘very strange’ discovery Police are investigating the discovery of several hundred dead starlings on a road in Anglesey.More than 200 birds were found near Llyn Llywenan in Bodedern on Tuesday afternoon, with several others on hedges on the side of the road but none in the nearby fields. Continue reading...
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Try this Military Fitness home workout to improve your strength from your living room
Get Army-level intensity without leaving your house.
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Tammy Abraham explains why he would ‘love’ to face Barcelona in Champions League last 16
The young Chelsea striker scored his 13th goal of the season on Tuesday night.
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Hotel company booted out of landmark is still in the building - weeks after being served with eviction
Contessa Hotels spent £6m on Haigh Hall but has been told to leave it
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Everton confirm Duncan Ferguson to take charge of Man Utd clash
Everton have confirmed caretaker boss Duncan Ferguson will again be in the dugout as they head to Manchester United on Sunday in the Premier League
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David Arquette wants in on new Scream movie but has been left in the dark
'It would be exciting to be a part of it.'
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Women, this is what you should be considering when you vote
When women go to the polls they will have already stopped being paid for the year compared with men’s salaries.
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Christmas Day TV listings: From Gavin and Stacey to the Queen's speech – the shows worth tuning in for
What is Christmas Day without some tme in front of the box?
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Kate misses funeral of close Royal friend as William attends service at Westminster Abbey
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, missed the funeral of close royal friend, Sir Donald Gosling, as senior members of the Royal Family including Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla paid tribute to the multi-millionaire businessman.
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Parking warden tells driver she's 'failed the attitude test' then fines her £70
Gabrielle Davies pulled up in a disabled bay in the Waterworld car park in Wrexham on Tuesday morning when she was issued with a penalty charge notice.
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Meat? In dessert? Why I made a Christmas mince pie – with beef
A US website went viral this week after it confused mincemeat and ground beef in a recipe – but would the resulting dessert taste as bad as it sounds?In one episode of Friends, Rachel makes a trifle for Thanksgiving. Joey and Ross ask what is inside, so she tells them: a layer of ladyfingers, jam, custard, raspberries, more ladyfingers, beef sauteed with peas and onions, bananas and whipped cream.“The beef?” she asks, when Ross looks alarmed. “Yeah, I thought that was weird, too,” she says. “But then, you know what, I thought: there’s mincemeat pies and that’s an English dessert, too. These people, they just put very strange things in their food.” Continue reading...
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Drinking just ONE glass of wine or pint of beer each night 'can raise your cancer risk by 5%'
Researchers at the University of Tokyo and Harvard University in Boston studied records of more than 120,000 people in Japan and found a daily drink raised the risk of cancer by five per cent.
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Uefa Champions League LIVE results: Matchday 6 scores tonight - Bayern vs Spurs, Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus
The group stages of the Uefa Champions League wrap up tonight with one round of games left to play on matchday 6.
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Premier League ace Jordon Ibe 'crashed his Bentley 4x4 into a coffee shop'
The Bournemouth midfielder (pictured outside court today), 23, is accused of hitting a Mercedes before smashing his white 4x4 Bentayga into The Pantry in Bromley, south London.
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The EuroMillions Lotto results for Tuesday December 10
Here are the results of Tuesday night's National Lottery EuroMillions draw including lottery numbers, Thunderball draw and Millionaire Maker code for £21m jackpot
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Shopper's Twitter plea to find potential Waterstones love match goes viral
Twitter user @Toria_Morris posted her regret at not asking the 'bespectacled' stranger for a drink after they exchanged pleasantries in the Coney Street branch of Waterstones in York.
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FactCheck: Labour’s ‘violent crime up’ claim
The Office for National Statistics says there has been “no change in the level of violence in recent years”.
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Love Island's Lucie Donlan showcases her toned abs after post-villa fitness journey
Reality TV star Lucie Donlan has flaunted her sensational figure after swapping the Love Island villa for gym sessions and surfing
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Paedophile vicar, 44, who gave his 'thought for the day' on BBC is jailed for 20 months
Christopher Goble, 44, who once appeared on the BBC to give his 'thought for the day', was found with a staggering 1,700 indecent images of children. He was jailed for 20 months at court today.
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'I'm inevitable': Trump campaign ad shows president as Avengers villain Thanos
Official Trump War Room re-election campaign posts video to social media superimposing his face over that of Marvel character Donald Trump is a genocidal warlord hell bent on destroying half of existence in the universe. That’s not a criticism from the unhinged left-wing media, it’s apparently how the president and his team see him.Shortly after the House brought two articles of impeachment against the president for his efforts seeking foreign interference to bolster his own political interests, the official Trump War Room re-election campaign Twitter account posted a video to social media that superimposed his face over that of the villainous Marvel comic book character Thanos. Continue reading...
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Arsenal and Everton target Carlo Ancelotti speaks out after Napoli sacking
Is he coming back to the Premier League?
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What Happens On Tour: Inside Rita Ora’s prayer circles, costume malfunctions and ‘sweet’ personality
It must be a riot touring with our girl Rita.
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Energy bill mistake that's costing you an extra £87 a year - for no good reason
The average difference between 'pay on receipt' and a monthly direct debit tariff is £87 a year - meaning customers who choose the latter could find themselves out of pocket
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