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Video of California man 'aiming guns at passers-by from his window as he practiced a mass shooting'
Steven Homoki allegedly posted videos showing a series of different guns being pointed towards a hotel window in San Diego. Police received a tip-off on Monday about the clips.
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Shocking moment woman grabs a reveller by her hair and slams her backwards onto the street
The incident took place on Saturday night in Northampton during an altercation between women outside a cocktail bar on Gold Street. A thud is heard as the woman's head hits the tarmac.
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Panda mother rocks her two-month-old cub to sleep by simply jiggling her belly
The adorable footage shows female cub Cheng Feng lying on her stomach on top of her mother Cheng Da while dozing off in the steady rhythm at a breeding centre in Chengdu, China.
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Raheem Sterling’s Great Gatsby themed 25th birthday party with money sprays, heartfelt speech and a-list guests
It looks like no expenses were spared.
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Sora from Kingdom Hearts is not in Smash Bros. claims leaker
Leakers have ruled out a host of popular picks for the fifth Smash Bros. DLC character, including Lloyd Irving and Master Chief.
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Manchester United midfielder Fred praised for proving his critics wrong
The Brazilian midfielder has played a key role in wins over Tottenham and Man City
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Should we start asking our friends if they’re in the ‘right headspace’ to chat?
Are you in the right headspace to read an 900-word feature?
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Nigeria's harsh hate speech and social media bills are making ordinary citizens nervous – and this is why
It's not unheard of for seemingly positive laws to be used as a way of selectively punishing those who hold contrary views to the government
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Earl of Yarmouth and his pregnant wife defend speaking out against his family after being evicted
The Earl and Countess of Yarmouth have defended their decision to speak out against his family, after claiming they evicted him following a fallout in the summer.
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What Anthony Martial did to Man City fans after scoring Manchester United winner
Anthony Martial scored Man Utd's second goal in Saturday's Manchester derby and his celebration was missed by Sky Sports.
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The Viking way to wellness at Deplar Farm, Iceland
Arctic plunges, Norse saunas, hikes in the dark and axe throwing. Lizzie Pook frees her feelings at a healing retreat
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Grandmother, 93, and grandson, 27, share snaps of their hilarious costumes
Pauline 'Granny' Kana and Ross Smith, from Ohio, have amassed 2.7million Instagram followers and 892,000 YouTube subscribers thanks to their amusing matching costumes.
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Super Size Me creator Morgan Spurlock is about to ruin chicken for you forever
A food revolution is coming, and it's coming one chicken sandwich at a time.
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Housebound boy, two, is mistaken for a DOLL because of a rare condition
WARNING, GRAPHIC IMAGES: Michal Winton, from Derby, has harlequin ichthyosis which causes plates of thick dry skin. His mother said strangers are surprised to see he is a real boy when he moves.
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China claims detained Uighurs have been freed
Xinjiang governor offers no evidence of release but says ‘trainees’ have found stable jobsChina has claimed that Uighurs and other minorities believed to be detained in Xinjiang have been freed, repeating claims made previously but offering no evidence of their release.In response to growing international criticism of the detention of as many as 1.5 million people in re-education and other internment camps, the Xinjiang governor, Shohrat Zakir, told reporters in Beijing that they had “returned to society”. Continue reading...
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: John Travolta says he spotted historical inaccuracy in Tarantino film
Actor's career was resurrected via Tarantino's 1994 film Pulp Fiction
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Primark is selling a Minnie Mouse-themed beauty collection in time for Christmas
You can now stock up on some wonderfully designed beauty essentials inspired by Minnie Mouse at Primark
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Oi Frog and Friends! review – a wild time for fans of rhyme
Lyric theatre, LondonJumpy new student Frog overcomes his starting-school nerves in this exuberant musical adaptation of Kes Gray and Jim Field’s picture books Cats sit on mats, mules sit on stools and pumas sit on satsumas. So how about duck-billed platypuses? You’ll know the answer if you’ve raced through the sequels to Kes Gray and Jim Field’s giddy picture book Oi Frog! – which seems to be just about everyone at the Lyric theatre for this boisterous musical adaptation, where the characters and rhymes from the popular series are shaken up and scattered across an original new tale. Like pop stars holding the mic out to their fans, this gang of actors can count on kids to finish every line. “What about sofas?” they ask. “Gophers!” bellows six-year-old Hilda into my ear.Hilda loves the Oi series: at bedtime, one book always leads to another, albeit with diminishing returns. There’s barely a plot between the stories, so neither of us can imagine how they’ll inspire an hour-long show. The setting in Emma Earle’s production – co-written with Zoe Squire, Luke Bateman and Richy Hughes – is Sittingbottom school for animals, inspired by a blackboard scene in Oi Frog! where cranky Cat teaches rhymes that tell creatures where to sit. Preschoolers and reception pupils will respond to a plot that touches on overcoming nerves, making friends and braving school dinners, before growing increasingly zany. Continue reading...
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Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley will avoid same cursed path as Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill
Beers = Curses
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Sutton Hoo ship found in Suffolk 80 years ago will be rebuilt from 3D computer models
In its Suffolk-based burial mound - thought the resting place of King Rædwald - only the impression of the ship and its iron rivets remained, the timber having long rotted away.
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Everton approach sacked Arsenal boss Unai Emery over managerial vacancy
The Toffees are looking for their next permanent manager after Marco Silva was relieved of his duties last week and they believe Emery could fit the bill
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Meet the real 'hot priest': Married vicar's rugged good looks sees him compared with Fleabag hunk
Rev Chris Lee (pictured), 36, from London, posts '60-second sermons' to his 116,500 fans. The married father of two is adamant they follow him for the power of the gospels and not due to his looks.
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Simon Cowell visibly horrified by self-proclaimed ‘rock star’ on X Factor: The Band
Simon's worst nightmare has been realised.
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IlluminoCity: Light festival to 'bring joy to Londoners this Christmas'
Londoners can see the light in a new display of illuminated art opening tonight.
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M3 traffic latest: Motorway closed after ‘chemical spill’ – drivers must keep windows shut
A CHEMICAL spill has caused the police to close a bypass road onto the M3 as police warn the public to "keep their windows and doors closed".
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Best Christmas party drinks: From candy cane gin to the bottle with its own Christmas jumper
From Christmas cocktails to boozy drinks with a festive spin, it's time for the merriment to begin
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Book burning by Chinese county library sparks fury
Blaze complying with ministry directive meant for schools harks back to Qin dynasty and Nazi Germany, critics sayA county library in north-western China has been criticised for burning books in line with a nationwide cull of “illegal” or “improper” materials used in school libraries.Reports and photos of two women burning a pile of books outside the Zhenyuan county library in Gansu province emerged at the weekend. According to Chinese media, an article on the county’s website detailed a “removal and destruction” cleanup at the end of October, focusing on illegal, religious, and biased books. Continue reading...
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Christmas puddings: Rachel Roddy’s recipe for chocolate, chestnut and prune cake
Try this luxuriantly rich alternative to Christmas pud, heavy with buttery nuts, prunes and dark chocolateTamal Ray’s alternative Christmas pud recipePlums are all very well, but ageing suits them. Their youthful bounce, wrinkled into tricky sweetness with spicy undercurrents: prunes are my favourite aunt of Christmas food, eaten from a fancy tin, soaked, stuffed or made into this cake – which came about by mistake. The recipe I intended to follow does not include butter, but habit got the better of me and, before I knew it, 250g of the stuff was melting into a dark pool with the chocolate.It was an excellent mistake, turning a good cake into an exuberantly good one: dense, rich and thick – especially if you leave it until the next day, when it cuts into an almost fudge-like, velvet slice. Eat with a glass of port and a favourite aunt. Continue reading...
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‘It takes the hood to heal the hood’: how a woman is helping to repair the damage done by gun violence
Hurt people hurt people. Someone who pulls the trigger is extremely hurt, writes Monifa Akosua of Richmond, CaliforniaGun homicide in California’s Bay Area has dropped 30% in the past decade – a much bigger decrease than the United States as a whole. What is driving this decrease in killings? Can what’s happening in the Bay Area be used as a model for saving lives in other American cities?We’ve asked local and national experts who have worked on the issue for years to weigh in. What factors have contributed to the decrease in violence across the greater Bay Area? What will it take to prevent even more murders and to erase the start racial disparities that still characterize gun violence? When it comes to violence, there are never any simple answers. Continue reading...
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'Racist' Southwest Airlines flight attendant threatens to kick Muslim woman off plane
'Thanks for ruining the end of our Thanksgiving trip and leaving my wife in tears,' says husband
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Yorkshire Pudding festival is coming to UK - and it's free to attend
Yorkshire Pudding fans will get to eat their favourite roast dinner treat in a range of different ways next year as a celebration of the popular side dish comes to the UK
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David Beckham and family enjoy festive trip to Winter Wonderland
Harper Beckham also got into the Christmas spirit with a visit to Santa's grotto
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John McDonnell hits back at billionaire threatening to leave UK if Labour win
Billionaire and philanthropist John Caudwell has told the Shadow Chancellor the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour winning the general election has spooked the country's mega-wealthy
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Boris Johnson is an enemy to football and Gary Neville did not go far enough when condemning prime minister
Football's origins prove there is society – despite Margaret Thatcher's assertion to the contrary
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I’m A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa cancels all TV interviews amid Dan Osborne threesome claims
The queen of the jungle is said to have turned down TV appearances to ‘spend time with her family’
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Man City 'racist' denies allegations he made monkey gestures at Manchester United midfielder Fred
Anthony Burke, who was arrested by Greater Manchester Police, claims he was 'putting my hands in my pants'
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Tommy Fury strips off to tease his bulging muscles in cheeky snap
The topless hunk stripped off to a pair of designer swim shorts and posed for pictures to show off his extremely toned physique, while catching the attention of his blonde bombshell girlfriend
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Knightsbridge stabbing: Man knifed to death 'for Rolex' outside Harrods was son of Anglophile sheikh
Tributes to 'kind and humble' student, 20, killed for Rolex watch
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White Island volcano was a 'disaster waiting to happen' and could trigger landslides and tsunamis 
Dozens of tourists visiting the volcanically active island 30 miles (48km) off the coast of mainland New Zealand are unaccounted for or injured, according to authorities.
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Luke Harper and Sin Cara could join AEW next after WWE releases four superstars
New rival AEW could snatch up performers from Raw and SmackDown
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Next Arsenal manager news LIVE: Marcelino latest as Spaniard 'arrives in London'
Patrick Vieira has admitted speculation linking him with the Arsenal job has emotionally moved him, even though he is committed to succeeding at Nice.
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Hong Kong rally stretches for miles as huge protest marks six-months of pro-democracy movement
Demonstrators turn out in force as promising gains in recent election inspires resurgence
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Extremist Ibrahim Anderson jailed over ISIS Oxford Street stall posts photos of AK-47 on Facebook
Ibrahim Anderson, 40, who is a follower of hate preacher Anjem Choudary, was jailed for three years in 2016 after setting up the stall outside Topshop in 2014.
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Paul Pogba ‘never said anything’ about Real Madrid transfer, claims Antonio Valencia
Pogba has been out with an ankle injury since September.
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British tourist steals a coach in Benidorm and goes on two-mile, high-speed wrecking spree
The vehicle was taken from a depot on the outskirts of Benidorm where it had been left for the night before being driven at speed through the holiday resort.
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'The Mushroom Man' of Portobello raises ex-Tory's hopes in three-horse race
Sam Gyimah ambles through Portobello Road Market chatting to shoppers and traders on a crisp autumn day.
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Saga's new river cruise ship to offer sailing inspired by The Beatles
Saga's new river cruise ship will offer a sailing inspired by The Beatles with live music and a chance to get close up to memorabilia
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