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Growing human organs in pigs and sheep takes step closer as new guidelines published

The British government has published its first guidance on controversial technology that combines human genetic material or tissue with animals to create hybrids. Stock image of pigs pictured.
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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 08:  Will Keane of Manchester United U21s (C) celebrates scoring their first goal during the U21 Premier League match between Manchester United U21s and Norwich City U21s at Old Trafford on February 8, 2016 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Manchester United U21 vs Manchester City U21 LIVE: Follow the action as young stars look to make an impression

Manchester United's under-21 side will be looking to continue to build on their remarkable seven-goal demolition of Norwich when they take on rivals Manchester City on Thursday night.
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'Screw you, Jeremy Hunt - how dare you turn patients against us': Junior doctor describes treating 100 cancer patients single-handedly as new contract is imposed

Richard Bowman describes helping patients who 'couldn't breathe' and another who had 'bleeding in their head' at a hospital in Birmingham in a post which has already been shared 4,000 times.
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Three Oregon armed occupiers surrender

One armed protester remains in an Oregon wildlife reserve, as three surrender after a 41-day stand-off over government control of local land.
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Investing Show: Tim Price says Japan is 'standout value opportunity'

Against a backdrop of bad headlines, contrarian investor Tim Price explains where he is looking for good news in the latest episode of the Investing Show.
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Conspiracy theorists claim Mars rover trampled over ‘ancient art face’

Conspiracy theorists have identified what they claim is an ancient face on the red planet. The 'face' is argued to be an alien sculpture thousands of years old, and Curiosity rover ran right over it.
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Injured Jockeys Fund urges female riders to engage in extra research into concussion

The Injured Jockeys Fund is urging female riders to engage in research into concussion on the back of figures suggesting they are four-times more susceptible to the condition than men.
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Nestle 'hypocritical' to end IAAF deal

IAAF president Lord Coe accuses Nestle of hypocrisy after it ends its sponsorship of the Kids' Athletics programme.
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Arsenal to take on 2016 MLS AT&T All-Stars and Mexican side Chivas de Guadalajara as part of pre-season trip to America

Premier League side Arsenal will prepare for the 2016-17 season with two fixtures in America. The club have confirmed they will travel to the United States to face the 2016 MLS AT&T All-Stars.
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The campaign to lower Premier League ticket prices is an ongoing battle uniting fans from all clubs, despite Liverpool owners lessening the cost at Anfield after walkout

Sportsmail has spoken with supporters of all 20 Premier League clubs to gather thoughts on what should happen next in the continuing campaign to lower the price of tickets.
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Tortoise superyacht looks like a floating fortress

With a radical interior and a shell that looks like it has been fortified, the 115ft Tortoise luxury yacht will be cruising to hotspots such as Monaco when billionaires and A-listers return this spring.
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Koutalaki Ski Village will let holidaymakers ski off the ROOFTOPS

Koutalaki Ski Village in Levi, Finland, will feature ski slopes on the rooftops of its buildings. The unusual concept is the first of its kind in the world and part of it is already open to the public.
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Anthony Joshua on the verge of facing IBF champion Charles Martin as Eddie Hearn admits talks for bout are at advanced stage 

Anthony Joshua is on the cusp of landing a world-title shot, with Eddie Hearn claiming talks to make an April 9 fight with IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin are at an ‘advanced stage’.
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Benidorm holidaymaker loses hearing in one ear and his JOB after catching infection

Niall Coulter spent £2,600 on a family holiday to Benidorm, and has claimed that a dip in a swimming pool on the Spanish break has cost him his hearing and his job.
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Donald Trump's new hotel in Washington DC to open in September 2016

Located just down the street from the White House, Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C., will open in September in the capital's iconic Old Post Office building.
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Dublin reporters warned lives 'at risk'

A number of Irish journalists have been "formally notified" by police in the Republic of Ireland that their safety is at risk from organised criminals.
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Enterprise Inns sees net income grow by 1.6 per cent as it braces itself for the end of the 17th century 'beer tie'

The Solihull-based firm said like-for-like net income beat expectations, growing by 1.6 per cent at its leased and tenanted estate for the 19 weeks to February 6 compared with a year ago.
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Jose Mourinho spotted in London with trusted lieutenant Rui Faria as Manchester United move edges closer... so, were they discussing Old Trafford plan?

Jose Mourinho believes it is a 'done deal' that he will take over at Manchester United this summer and it appears he is already making plans after being spotted with his right-hand man in London.
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Vern Cotter backs Scotland to 'nail a big game' ahead of Wales showdown despite eight Six Nations defeats in a row

For Scotland head coach Cotter the 15-9 Murrayfield defeat by England still represents progress two years on from the 20-0 humbling dished out to predecessor Scott Johnson's side.
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Violent outbursts in mice linked to damage in the brain could shed light on humans

Researchers at from NYU Langone Medical Centre found damage in the lateral septum (green) triggered a cascade of activity in other brain regions that produced what’s called ‘septal rage’.
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HUNTINGDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 11:  Gavin Sheehan riding Ma Du Fou clear the last to win The 32Red Sidney Banks memorial Novices' Hurdle Race at Huntingdon racecourse on February 11, 2016 in Huntingdon, England. (Photo by Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images)

Ma Du Fou expected to swerve Cheltenham Festival despite Huntingdon hurdle victory 

Warren Greatrex looks set bypass the Cheltenham Festival with Ma Du Fou despite the six-year-old starting to back-up his tall reputation with victory in the 32Red Sidney Banks Novices’ Hurdle.
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VTech 'is responsible' for kids' data

The UK's data privacy watchdog confirms that VTech remains responsible for protecting users' data despite changes to its terms and conditions.
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Angelina Jolie has lead to more women under 40 having tests for BRCA gene 

Scientists from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute revealed genetic testing rates for BRCA mutations - which increase the risk of breast and ovarian cancer - have increased, thanks to actress Angelina Jolie.
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We mimic other people's expressions such as smiling and frowning to show empathy

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison say humans subconsciously 'simulate' the facial expressions of others (stock image of a smile pictured) to help us understand how they feel.
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Vincent Tan promises to make Cardiff City debt-free within five years and agrees to convert £68m of debt into equity

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has converted £68million of the club's debt into equity and pledged to clear the rest by 2021. He has also written off a further £10m that was owed to him.
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Women get less credit than men when working as part of a team

Harvard University researchers found female academics were less likely to be given a permanent job if they co-authored papers with a male counterpart.
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Rory Reid is the foul-mouthed Jeremy Clarkson wannabe now presenting Top Gear

Rory Reid, a self-styled 'South London boy', got the job by sending in a 30-second audition tape which impressed chief host Chris Evans.
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Southampton manager Ronald Koeman delighted with the return of Fraser Forster ahead of away trip to face Swansea

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is impressed at how well Fraser Forster has fitted back into the team since coming back from injury.
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Putin 'would see EU exit as weakness'

Hilary Benn claims Vladimir Putin would see Brexit as a sign of "weakness" - but "leave" campaigners accuse of him resorting to scare tactics.
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Kenya set to miss doping deadline

Kenya is set to miss a deadline to prove to anti-doping agencies it is tackling cheating in athletics, the BBC has learned.
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Tesco offers Budweiser for 14p each on its website but price was a mistake

Customers in England and Northern Ireland thought they were getting a bargain, but Tesco was quick to apologise for the 'confusion', stating that the product was listed with 'incorrect details'.
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Gigalum Island with Paul McCartney as your closest neighbour could be yours

The 19-acre Gigalum Island - off the west coast of Scotland - has had its priced slashed by £100,000 to £450,000 - a bargain considering the privacy and stunning location.
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Matt Prior dreaming of Tour de France as One Pro Cycling team makes the climb

Matt Prior believes his One Pro Cycling team are ahead of schedule in their bid to compete in the world's biggest cycling races, and will soon be lining up alongside the likes of Team Sky.
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How to prevent hotel bed bugs from infesting your home revealed

One tiny bug can easily become an infestation and travellers could end up taking hitchhiking bed bugs home with them - but it's easy to avoid the problem with just a few precautions.
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VIDEO: 'We have detected gravitational waves'

Professor David Reitze says the discovery of gravitational waves 'opens a new window onto astronomy'.
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If Arsenal fans protested against unfair ticket prices like Liverpool supporters did, I'd join them - MARTIN KEOWN

MARTIN KEOWN: My Sportsmail colleague Jamie Carragher made a stand by joining in the Anfield protests last week and if there was a similar one at Arsenal, I would follow suit.
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Claude Ronny? Cristiano Ronaldo ditches white of Real Madrid to show true colours in Colour Splash campaign photoshoot

It is not often that Cristiano Ronaldo changes the white of Real Madrid for something else but on Thursday he revealed his true colours to promote his CR7 underwear line.
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Inventor of children’s playground had complete disdain for health and safety 

A book unearthed after 90 years contains the inventions of Charles Wicksteed, alongside photos of children perched perilously on equipment in his park in Kettering, Northamptonshire.
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Pulborough couple conned rail firms by claiming compensation for delayed trains

Steve Martins, 49, and Nicole Phillips, 42, both from Pulborough in West Sussex, have been ordered to repay costs after the volume of claims they submitted aroused suspicion.
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Rescued Great Dane weighs as much as a moped and eats TWO POUNDS of food a day

The RSPCA is facing probably its biggest ever rehoming challenge with Jagger, aged 3, the white Great Dane-cross, shown, that is currently being cared for at a centre in Chobham, Surrey.
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Men say their dream lady has Kim Kardashian's complexion and Emma Watson's brains

A date auction site analyzed which features would make a man bid more for a date with a woman. They found that American men tend to prefer dark features, smarts, and athleticism.
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Fife woman who woke up looking three months pregnant had a one STONE tumour

Sandra Currie, 44, from Fife, was struggling to breathe because of the tumour. Doctors took out her gallbladder, spleen, appendix, part of her diaphragm, ovaries, and uterus.
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England won't win Euro 2016 - they aren't capable of going beyond the quarter-finals, believes Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand does not believe England have the wherewithal to compete for glory at Euro 2016 despite coasting to the finals with a 100 per cent record in qualification for the first time.
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Black hole 21 BILLION times the mass of the sun is found at heart of Coma Cluster

Using instruments on the Keck II Observatory and Gemini North Telescope on Manua Kea, Hawaii astronomers measured the velocity of the stars moving around NGC 4889's (pictured) centre.
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Moloney called up by Ireland women

Ireland women's coach Tom Tierney drafts in hooker Cliodhna Moloney for Saturday's Six Nations contest against France.
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Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2bn settlement

Morgan Stanley will pay $3.2bn (£2.2bn) to US authorities to settle claims that it misled investors about risky mortgage bonds sold before the financial crisis.
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Leicester are top because the big clubs haven't found their rhythm... but we won't change next season, insists Claudio Ranieri

The Foxes sit five points clear at the top of the Premier League table as they prepare to take on title rivals Arsenal, but Claudio Ranieri does not want this season to be a one-off.
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Airbus files patent for seat with luggage compartment under cushion

Passengers would be able to store small bags or purses in the compartment, but it appears it would take away space under seats, preventing travellers from stretching their legs.
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Paul McCartney creates Skype emojis

Sir Paul McCartney has composed music for a series of 'audio emojis' on Skype
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Downton Abbey's Brendan Coyle is banned from driving for four years

Brendan Coyle, 53, who played valet John Bates in the ITV drama, admitted at King's Lynn Magistrates' Court in Norfolk that he was nearly three times over the legal limit when caught last month.
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Man jailed for killing unborn child

A man who killed his ex-girlfriend's unborn child in a "vile" attack in south-east London is jailed for life.
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Moment Tesco worker flies into rage at customer who is taking a photograph

Tesco has launched an investigation and suspended the worker involved after video surfaced of the row at a branch in Goodmayes, Dagenham, east London on Wednesday evening.
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University A-level 'safety net' offers

A UK university is competing for students by promising places even if applicants miss by one A-level grade.
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High-cholesterol diets are 'not linked to increased risk of heart attack'

Scientists from University of Eastern Finland revealed eating an egg each day does not increase the risk of suffering heart disease, even in those people genetically predisposed.
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Daisy Lowe slams Victoria's Secret for wearing 'chicken fillets in their bras'

She's been labelled as a 'curvy' model and Daisy Lowe has slammed some of the Victoria's Secret models in a recent interview. 
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Dentist Alan Morrison who sparked HIV scare is struck off for the SECOND time

Alan Morrison has been struck off the dental register for failing to sterilise instruments or change his gloves in between treating patients at his clinics in Cumnock and Drongan, Scotland.
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Sergeant Matt Lawson who tripped up suspected drug dealer in video is revealed

Lance Sergeant Matthew Lawson, 37, admitted his military training 'kicked in' when he saw the suspect being chased by three officers while walking arm-in-arm with his wife in Kingston.
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What MPs say is wrong with spy bill

MPs have come up with highly detailed criticisms of Theresa May's web monitoring bill - what are they and can the Home Office fix them?
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Liverpool's U-turn on ticket prices is a 'game-changer', says Football Supporters' Federation

Liverpool fans' successful walkout protest over ticket prices is a 'game-changer', according to the Football Supporters' Federation. FSG have been praised for recognising there was a problem with ticket prices.
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Joe Swash is lined up to join The Jump amid fears over the show's safety

The contestants in the current series of The Jump are dropping like flies. But brave Joe Swash hasn't been deterred by the dangers of the winter sports show.
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Morbidly obese 650LB man replaced his food obsession with a SLEEP addiction

Gideon Yeakley, 33, from Mustang, Oklahoma, relocated his family to Texas to be close to Houston-based weight loss surgeon Dr. Younan Nowzaradan on the TLC series My 600lb Life.
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Take That's Howard Donald takes on daddy duties with wife Katie Halil and daughter

The Take That crooner enjoyed a brisk afternoon walk with the mother of his child as well as 10-year-old daughter Lola, whom he shares with ex girlfriend Marie-Christine Musswessels.
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David Cameron warned he will have to finish details on the night of EU summit

EU Council president Donald Tusk, who has cleared his schedule to work on the deal ahead of Thursday's meeting, will not resolve all outstanding issues.
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Alan Pardew believes Emmanuel Adebayor must re-adapt to the Premier League before Crystal Palace fans see the best of him

OLIVER TODD: Adebayor is in his 11th season in England and despite going almost nine months without a game his manager says there are no problems with his fitness.
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Colorado toddler swallowed a battery which burned a hole in his throat

Logan Stiff was struggling to breathe, lethargic and struggled to swallow. An X-ray revealed the toddler, from Colorado, had swallowed a button battery, which burned a hole in his throat.
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Biggar recovery miraculous - Gatland

Wales coach Warren Gatland is relieved as fly-half Dan Biggar recovers from a "three-to-five-week" injury in five days.
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Remi Garde 'ready to stay' at Aston Villa if relegated as long as he's financially backed

Remi Garde would be happy to remain as Aston Villa manager if the club are relegated from the Barclays Premier League - if he received assurances that he will be backed financially.
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The historic bank which hid the nation's gold during World War II is set to become a luxury hotel and spa (following a £50million investment)

Liverpool's historic Martins Bank is considered to be among the finest neo-classical buildings built in England and is set to be transformed into a 227-room luxury hotel and spa.
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Single mother of four Tina Rayson jumped to her death from Blackburn bridge

Tina Rayson, 41, of Blackburn, had dumped her lover in a bid to win back the youngsters but was left feeling she was ‘the worst mum ever’ and was said by friends to be a ‘lost soul’.
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Tottenham defender Kevin Wimmer says all the pressure is on Manchester City ahead of crucial showdown at the Etihad

Kevin Wimmer insists that Tottenham will travel to Manchester City without any fear as they aim to close the gap on Premier League leaders Leicester City.
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Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew urges owners to listen to supporters over ticket price row or risk losing core fanbase

Fans across the country have spoken out after clubs failed to agree a price cap on tickets despite receiving £8billion from television rights deals over the next three seasons.
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Churchill's navigator dies aged 97

A member of Winston Churchill's personal flight crew during World War Two has died aged 97.
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VIDEO: App 'helps cut hospital waiting times'

Wigan Infirmary is using technology to improve waiting times, and staff believe it helps make theirs one of the best-performing emergency departments in England.
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Madonna posts sweet throwback photo of her son Rocco in Malawi

Madonna has taken to Instagram once again to post a thinly veiled message to her teenage son Rocco, amid an ongoing child residency argument.
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Bojan Krkic signs new four-and-a-half year deal at Stoke alongside agent Carles Puyol

The 25-year-old, who arrived at the Britannia from Barcelona in 2014, has been rewarded after helping his side to the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup and 11th place in the Premier League.
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Gravitational waves: A triumph for big science

The first direct detection of gravitational waves is without doubt one of the most remarkable breakthroughs of our time, and opens the door to a completely new way to investigate the Universe.
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Driverless cars will prevent 95% of all traffic collisions say experts

Experts have said we will have to wait some time for autonomous cars, with all vehicles predicted to be 'highly autonomous' by 2040 but not fully driverless until 10 years later.
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Gravity search was 'a global effort'

The first gravitational wave detection depended on the contributions of nearly 1,000 scientists from countries around the world.
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Everton new boy Oumar Niasse trains with Romelu Lukaku and Co as £13.5m forward prepares for debut against West Brom

After missing consecutive 3-0 wins against Newcastle and Stoke, Oumar Niasse is keen to get his first taste of action for Everton when Tony Pulis' side visit Goodison Park on Saturday.
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'Ripples' from black holes detected

For the first time, scientists have detected tiny, rhythmic distortions in space and time - gravitational waves - predicted by Einstein 100 years ago.
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Prince Ali claims FIFA rival failed to protect imprisoned players amid torture allegations

Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan pointed the finger at his rival candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain, the head of Asian football, over allegations from human rights groups.
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VIDEO: Hawking hails gravitational wave find

Acclaimed physicist Professor Stephen Hawking says the first observation of gravitational waves is "groundbreaking".
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VIDEO: Scientists detail 'mind-boggling' waves

Scientists in the US give an update on the search for gravitational waves - a theory put forward by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago.
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Downton star banned for drink-driving

Downton Abbey actor Brendan Coyle gets a four-year driving ban after being stopped at nearly three times the alcohol limit.
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Jose Mourinho could certainly handle Manchester United, he's a great manager insists Chelsea legend Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard has predicted Jose Mourinho would be a success at Old Trafford, if Manchester United are looking for a new boss to succeed Louis van Gaal.
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Essex sign Pakistan bowler Wahab Riaz for first half of NatWest T20 Blast series

Essex have snapped up Pakistan international paceman Wahab Riaz for a seven-match stint in this season's NatWest T20 Blast. Riaz is expected to provide an excellent source of white-ball scalps
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Rihanna looks stuns she jets into New York for the city's Fashion Week

Rihanna, 27, jetted in to JFK airport on Thursday ahead of her PUMA fashion show on Friday, and just days before she's set to perform at the 58th Grammy Awards in LA.
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BBC plans to start using face-tracking technology to reveal how you REALLY feel

The approach could help the British broadcaster to better understand the audience’s tastes and target them more effectively. Last year's pilot used the technology to film 5,100 people.
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VIDEO: Mystery Valentine's postcard discovered

A Valentine's postcard thought to have been sent to a woman in the Black Country more than 100 years ago has turned up at a Coventry market.
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Woman with a BIONIC leg is signed as a model by Kate Moss's stepmother

Elesha Turner, 22, from Hastings, was diagnosed with bone cancer in 2013 but after doctors replaced her thigh and shin bones with titanium she has landed a top modelling career.
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Henry Slade on course to return for Exeter in March as England back targets place on Australia tour

England's great hope Henry Slade is on course to recover from a broken leg ahead of schedule and is targeting a place on this summer's tour to Australia.
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Star Wars The Force Awakens producers sued over Harrison Ford's ankle break

The 73-year-old actor, who plays Han Solo in the movie series, was airlifted to hospital in Oxford and spent time in a wheelchair after being injured on set at Pinewood Studios on June 12, 2014.
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Lego children's prosthetic wins award

A prosthetic arm that allows children to design their own Lego accessories wins an innovation award in Paris.
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Nasa drawings show how its 325ft Space Launch System will take us to Mars

Engineers at Nasa's Washington HQ have unveiled drawings of the rocket and capsule that could carry the intrepid space explorers to Mars. A comparison graphic is pictured.
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Indian father is convinced he is PREGNANT after having sex with another man

The 52-year-old Indian man refused to believe only women can become pregnant. The situation is reminiscent of the fictional film Junior, where Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a pregnant scientist.
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Ulster sign Marcell Coetzee from start of next season with South Africa international signing up until 2020 

Ulster have pulled off major coup by securing the services of Springbok flanker Marcell Coetzee for the next three seasons. The 24-year-old will join the Irish province at the start of next season.
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Who will David Cameron reward to heal the wounds of a bruising EU referendum?

The Prime Minister carried out only a relatively modest reshuffle following his surprise majority win at last year's general election and a wider shake up is widely seen as likely by the summer.
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Inside the first Concorde to land in the US to see super-rich used to cross the Atlantic

More than 40 years after it was decommissioned, the 102-F-WTSA, which paved the was for commercial flights of the Concorde, is being painstakingly restored for public view.
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George Osborne's psychiatrist brother struck off after sexual relationship with patient

A disciplinary tribunal found that the behaviour by London-based Dr Adam Osborne was 'profoundly unacceptable' and ruled that his fitness to practise was impaired by reason of misconduct.