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Blac Chyna and Amber Rose show off curves at Trinidad carnival

The stars caught the eye once again as they headed to the infamous Trinidad Carnival on Tuesday afternoon.
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Council builds 'WWI trenches' to stop travellers parking their caravans by the side of the road

Residents in the Buckinghamshire market town of Beaconsfield claim the mounds of earth – which are up to 4ft high in places - are ‘ridiculous’ and an ‘eyesore’.
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Trade Minister praised for a decade of 'exemplary service' to David Cameron quits the Government to end front bench career

Lord Maude, who quit the Commons at the General Election and was made a peer, said in a letter to the Prime Minister it had always been his intention to leave after establishing the new post.
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Sergio Aguero and co step up preparations for Spurs showdown as Manchester City get ready for crucial title clash 

After their humbling at the hands of Leicester last weekend, Manchester City know that they need to step up their game against Spurs on Sunday.
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The world's least visited countries with NO tourists in sight

For places like Kiribati in Oceania, just a few thousand get to appreciate its treasures. Here are some of the spellbinding countries which attracted the least visitors last year.
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Chelsea free-kick master Willian reveals watching David Beckham and Ronaldinho inspired his dead-ball skills

The Brazilian international has scored six free-kicks this season, including a fun of scoring four in four games last year. Willian's performances have been one of the few positives for Chelsea this season.
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Chelsea free-kick master Willian reveals watching David Beckham and Ronaldinho inspired his dead-ball skills

The Brazilian international has scored six free-kicks this season, including a fun of scoring four in four games last year. Willian's performances have been one of the few positives for Chelsea this season.
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Brother-in-law suspected of killing an elderly couple who were attacked in their home before their bungalow was set alight has died from severe burns 

Detectives were unable to question Norman Williams, 70, over the suspected murders of his sister-in-law Sheila Jefferson and her husband Dennis, who were found dead at home in Chidham, West Sussex.
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Pregnant Kristina Rihanoff proudly beams as she cradles her burgeoning baby bump

Kristina Rihanoff looks to be thoroughly enjoying her pregnancy as she showed off her burgeoning bump in a lovely social media snap posted on Twitter on Wednesday.
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Phillip Barrett who tried to make a girl perform sex acts online was snared by police

Phillip Barrett, who was head of PE at Eggbuckland Community College in Plymouth, persistently tried to coax who he believed was a teenage girl into explicit sex talk over the internet.
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Maxine Turner-Hankinson who lived high life faces homelessness after family tragedies

A judge has given Maxine Turner-Hankinson just eight weeks to move out of her cottage in the grounds of the £2.5million former family estate in Derbyshire
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Massimo Cellino claims he introduced 'pie-tax' due to criticism from Leeds United as Italian admits to not holding out much hope of ever reaching the Premier League

The club imposed a mandatory extra £5 charge on every ticket bought in the South Stand of Elland Road early in December, with hot food and a drink included.
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British ISIS fighter who returned to UK because Syria was too cold is jailed for 7 years

Mohammed Uddin, 29, from Barking in Essex, who travelled to Syria to join ISIS but returned home because he disliked the 'cold water', 'bland food' and 'doing absolutely jack' has been jailed.
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5,000 black cab drivers bring central London to a standstill in protest against the 'unfair competition' of taxi app Uber

Thousands of London taxi drivers have brought the city to a halt today in a protest against what they say is a lack of regulation against private hire firms including mobile app Uber.
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Fashion giant Gap becomes latest multi-national to face public fury over tax bill

The world's third biggest fashion retailer was today accused of setting up 'opaque' accounting to declare net losses to HMRC, which allowed it to claim more than £4.2m in tax credits.
Travel

Titanic replica photos show how it will compare to the original ship

Captivating side-by-side images show how the planned Titanic II will stick to the incredible detail of the original ship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean more than 100 years ago.
Health

Twins joined at the HEAD to be separated in painstaking surgery: Girls, 4, share a skull - but not a brain 

The success rate for the surgery Syrian sisters Tuqa and Yakeen need is 60 per cent - but this kind of separation surgery is the most difficult and complicated, doctors have warned.
Health

'World's first' home sperm test kit claims to measure sperm quality AND count

The test, called SwimCount, is being launched in the UK by JRBiomedical Ltd, based in Llandudno Junction, North Wales. It claims the device is 96 per cent accurate.
Health

Maddy Moon says bodybuilding industry is 'dangerous'

Maddy Moon, 24, from Boulder, Colorado, was already struggling with body dysmorphia when she began bodybuilding which saw her work out seven days a week and 'fixate' on her stomach.
Money

FTSE CLOSE: Footsie holds onto gains after Fed chair Janet Yellen hints that she 'raised interest rates too early'

The mixed statement could not deter positive market sentiment this afternoon. The FTSE 100 index closed up 40.11 points at 5672.30.
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Workers clear TEN truckloads of rubbish from a hoarder's home after owner was told to sort out the mess when it became infested with rats

Officers from Sedgemoor District Council cleared out the property after obtaining a court order on public health grounds due to 'rat activity' in the street in Bridgwater, Somerset.
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Zika virus could cause babies to go BLIND

Scientists in Brazil revealed the Zika virus may also be linked to eye defects. In a new study, 34.5 per cent of babies with congenital Zika also had eye lesions, ocular nerve and retinal damage.
Science

Drones are being 'taught' to search for missing people

Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed artificial intelligence for quadcopters, enabling the drones to learn and navigate forest paths.
Science

Horrid ground-weaver spider is spotted in Plymouth

The Horrid ground-weaver spider (pictured) was found at a new site in Plymouth, on an industrial site in the Cattedown area of the city.
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Former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson to discuss becoming the new Derby County manager next season

Nigel Pearson is due to hold talks with Derby County to discuss becoming their new boss next season. The former Leicester City manager is a front-runner to replace Paul Clement.
Travel

Adventurous photographer hitchhikes across the Sahara desert on the world’s longest train, braving sandstorms and sleeping on cargo to shoot breath-taking images of Mauritania 

The stunning photos were taken in Mauritania, Africa, during a two-month expedition by professional photographer Jody MacDonald from Canada. She jumped on a freight train to shoot the images.
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Ki Sung-yueng reveals frozen treatment as Swansea midfielder steps up recovery from concussion in bid to face Southampton

Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-yueng has revealed he spent two days with ice on his face after suffering concussion against West Brom. Ki missed Saturday's 1-1 home draw with Crystal Palace.
Science

Nasa reveals retro posters for space travel around Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus and Saturn

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) unveiled three stunning spaced-themed posters for Nasa's 2016 calendar. The collection highlights the Voyager missions, Saturn’s moon and Mars.
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Mark Cavendish loses Tour of Qatar lead as Edvald Boasson Hagen takes gold jersey after winning third stage in Lusail

Team Lotto NL-Jumbo's Jos Van Emden held a long-standing lead before Edvald Boasson Hagen stormed in with a time of 13 minutes 26.98 seconds, winning the stage by a margin of 25 seconds.
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Russian designer reveals $65k Sherp ATV off-roader that's just 11 feet long

The Sherp ATV is a Russian all-terrain vehicle equip with four massive self-inflating tires and paddle-like treads that propels the machine over water. And has a price tag of $70,000.
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Mo Farah will compete at Birmingham Diamond League meeting before defending his titles at Rio Olympics

The Olympic and world champion over 5,000 and 10,000 metres has not confirmed over what distance he will race at the Alexander Stadium at the event on June 5.
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Claudio Ranieri is determined to build on Leicester's success as Italian boss praises the 'incredible magic' of Riyad Mahrez

Leicester have been installed as Barclays Premier League title favourites after opening up a five-point gap at the top following last weekend's 3-1 victory at Manchester City.
Travel

Is Scotland on its way to introducing a tourist tax?

The tax, which is likely to be a levy on hotel rooms, could raise millions each year - making a significant contribution towards the city's tourism infrastructure while lessening the burden on public funds.
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Paul Gustard does not want to repeat the nightmare of losing to Italy after he was part of England Saxons defeat

England defence coach Paul Gustard insists there is no chance of complacency from his players when they face Italy on Sunday after learning from bitter a experience.
Health

New blood sugar patch 'could change the lives of type 1 diabetics'

The patch, made by medical supplies company Abbott, automatically reads blood sugar levels from the cells just below the skin. Reading are sent using the same technology as contactless cards.
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Under-fire Met chief launches a judge-led inquiry into how his force investigated VIP child sex abuse claims - but parts of the report will remain SECRET 

The new probe comes after the force was heavily criticised for probes into Lord Bramall and the late Lord Brittan. Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has been under growing pressure to make formal apologies.
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Jordana Carr hanged herself while talking to her ex-boyfriend on FaceTime

Jordana Carr, 35, was found unresponsive by her 17-year-old daughter at her home in Platt, Kent, on October 29 last year. She had spoken to her ex-boyfriend on a video call minutes before.
Science

Twitter IS changing its timeline to show tweets out of order for the best posts

The site has confirmed it is rolling out a feature that lets people change the order in which their tweets appear, to prioritise 'the best posts' from people they follow. The rest will be in chronological order.
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Sex attacker who groped 'Oriental-looking' women struck while on bail

Liban Abdi assaulted three women in three separate attacks on the same day on the streets of east London. He was caught after being seen on a night bus. File photo
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Boris Johnson's wife Marina Wheeler savages David Cameron's EU deal

Marina Wheeler, pictured with her husband Boris Johnson, has given a damning legal assessment of the Prime Minister's draft proposals for reforming Britain's membership of the EU.
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Barcelona are taking their youngsters to face Valencia after 7-0 Copa del Rey win - but who are the starlets looking to inflict even more misery upon Gary Neville?

Gary Neville might fancy his chances of a home win for his Valencia side tonight when he looks down the Barcelona team-sheet. The optimism might subside however when he glances at his own first XI.
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Muslim trio face jail for helping Aseel Muthana travel to Syria to fight for ISIS

Kristen Brekke, Adeel Ulhaq and Forhad Rahman were found guilty at the Old Bailey in London of playing their part in the plan to get teenager Aseel Muthana to Syria to fight for ISIS.
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Game of Thrones' road Dark Hedges accidentally painted with street markings

The Dark Hedges, a short stretch of road in Northern Ireland lined by beech trees, attracts thousands of visitors because of its atmospheric appearance and TV fame.
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World Twenty20 in a state of chaos as West Indies cash row and Pakistan security fears threaten to turn showpiece into a shambles

PAUL NEWMAN: What should be a showcase for all that is good about the form of the game that is taking over the world is in danger, with question marks surrounding the tournament in India.
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TOWIE's Danielle Armstrong defends Sam Faiers' 'caring' boyfriend Paul Knightley

The blonde designer, 27, dismissed scenes where Paul appeared to be disinterested in Sam's pregnancy as him behaving like a 'typical man'.
TV & Showbiz

Iman shares Rune Lazuli quote on Instagram a month after David Bowie's death

Iman's husband lost his 18-month fight with cancer on January 10, after hiding his illness from everyone but his close friends and family.
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Pregnant Becky Nicholls ordered her out of priority seat despite being pregnant

EXCLUSIVE: Becky Nicholls, who is five and a half months pregnant, sat in the seat aft`er failing to find a free one in the standard carriages of the train from Bromley South to London Victoria.
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Health

Hidden health conditions millions of women suffer from like bacterial vaginosis

Some 75 per cent of women will suffer thrush in in their lifetime, and many know nothing about the common condition bacterial vaginosis. Here, experts explain symptoms can be debilitating..
Science

Non-lethal weapons like Tasers linked with dementia-like symptoms

The first clinical trial of the impact of Taser stun guns on brain function has been conducted by researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia, showed the effects could last for up to an hour.
Health

Baby is born with her BRAIN growing through the back of her head

Alana Long, of Accrington, Lancashire, was born with encephalocele, a birth defect causing parts of her brain to grow through a hole in the back of her skull in the womb.
Science

LG teases an 'Always-on' display for its G5 phone without using battery charge

The Korean firm's teaser was tweeted in the form of a clip showing various smartphone outlines illuminated in monochrome until the silhouette of the LG G5 appears (pictured).
Health

Watch the revolting moment a man has a cyst the size of a GOLF BALL dragged out of his arm

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Californian dermatologist Dr Sandra Lee, aka Dr Pimple Popper, removes the white, bloody cyst which resembles an eyeball from a Halloween costume.
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Mother left with horrific burns over 75% of her body after freak campfire accident creates scar cream to help other victims 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Jane Healy, 56, of Kent, nearly died in 1969 when a camping stove blew up in her face and the pyjamas she was wearing melted on to her skin.
Money

UK regions with the biggest mortgage debt revealed

Mortgage holders in pockets of London along with other towns on the outskirts such as Barking, Crawley and Harlow are the most at risk if the BofE raises interest rates, data shows.
Science

Why some people find spiritual connections with events and others don't

Researchers at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Victoria University, believe that suppression of the brain’s regulating functions boosts our chances of experiencing the mystical.
Sport

Premier League grounds have become tourist destinations and the atmosphere is dead, says Borussia Dortmund supporter

The atmosphere at Premier League grounds has been destroyed by astronomical ticket prices, according to an organiser of the tennis ball protest which disrupted a Cup match in Germany.
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Apple Music for Sonos is here: Radio and My Music features are now available to stream through the smart speakers

The feature (screenshot shown) has been available as a beta version since December, but has now been rolled out worldwide by the Californian speaker maker.
Travel

Well travelled children Mia and Caius visit their 65th country at the age of 7

Travel mad parents - web developer Josh and property manager Erin Bender realised that their 60-hour working weeks in Perth were not fulfilling them, so took their two kids on a worldwide adventure.
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Amy Willerton displays her slim curves in tight metallic dress at NYLON party

The 23-year-old beauty queen pulled out all of the stops at the event, dazzling in a metallic frock as she walked the red carpet alongside the likes of Rumer Willis and Mischa Barton.
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Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma is the ninth Premier League star to suffer horrific knee injury this season... so what is the ACL and why are so many players falling victim?

Nine and counting. That is the tally for serious anterior cruciate ligament problems in the Premier League this season after Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma joined the growing squad of unlucky players .
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Nine-year-old Everton fan with cerebral palsy beats Ross Barkley and Kevin Mirallas to club's January Goal of the Month award  

After meeting Gerard Deulofeu and the rest of the Everton squad, George Shaw was granted access to the Goodison Park pitch so that he could score a memorable goal in front of the Gwladys Street.
Travel

Meet the 'acro-juggling' couple Bob and Trish Evans who travel the world performing

US couple Bob and Trish Evans travel the world performing nail-biting acrobatic stunts, where a single slip could mean the difference between a perfect show and an accidental knife wound.
Health

Brita Hollows 'cured' skin cancer by BURNING a chunk of her chest off

WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES: Brita Hollows, from Taupo in New Zealand, opted to use black salve ointment after noticing a freckle on her chest had started to rise and change colour.
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Angelo Ogbonna earned West Ham a place in the FA Cup fifth round with a brilliant header against Liverpool... but who is the former Juventus defender? 

Angelo Ogbonna leapt into the headlines on Tuesday night after his stunning header handed West Ham an FA Cup fifth round spot. Sportsmail gives you the lowdown on Slaven Bilic's surprise FA Cup hero.
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Holly Willoughby celebrates 35th birthday on This Morning

Holly Willoughby turned 35 on Wednesday and celebrated in style alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield on This Morning. 
TV & Showbiz

Maria Sharapova showcases her super-toned limbs in flirty chiffon in Venice

The 28-year-old looked absolutely sensational as she stepped out for a leisurely stroll through sunny Venice in California on Tuesday afternoon.
Sport

Kevin Mitchell retires from boxing: 'I have been fighting for 22 years and my body has had enough'

The Dagenham fighter was due to fight Edis Tatli for the European lightweight title next month but has instead opted to call time on his 12-year professional career.
Science

Gmail boosts security with its 'padlock alert' feature warning on unsafe accounts

Google has introduced the security measure to help people identify dodgy emails and make sure users stay safe from hackers while using Gmail.
Science

Roman arcade found in Essex was once part of a magnificent temple

Ruins (pictured) of the grand 393ft-long (120 metre) structure, which would have included more than 28 columns, were unearthed under a new apartment block in Colchester, Essex.
Sport

Maria Sharapova pulls out of Qatar Open as she continues to struggle with arm injury

Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from this month's Qatar Open due to a persistent arm injury. The five-times grand slam champion has been troubled by her left forearm since the start of the year.
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Winner of BBC's The Weakest Link Patricia Mallon dies after being burned at home

Grandmother-of-six Patricia Mallon, who won the BBC quiz show in 2010, died after the chair burst into flames at her home in Bournemouth, Dorset, while she was sleeping in it.
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Zika virus confirmed in the UK with four cases of pandemic affecting pregnant women

Public Health England's Dr Dilys Morgan told a committee of MPs in Westminster that the four cases were 'travel associated' and not believed to have been contracted in the UK.
Sport

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique reveals his happiness at playing alongside Neymar

Gerard Pique insists that he has 'only good things to say about Neymar' as Barcelona celebrate the Brazil forward's two years at the Nou Camp since his move from Santos.
Travel

Atlanta Airport installs BREAST FEEDING pods with seating and foldaway tables in private

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta introduced the Mamava pods, which are a huge step up for nursing mothers, who before only had public restrooms for privacy.
Science

Psychiatrist reveals the five personalities found in every workplace

Dr Judith Orloff from UCLA describes these five types as the narcissist, the anger addict (stock image), the passive-aggressive, the guilt-tripper and the gossip.
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Michelle Little drunkenly dropped her trousers in Guildford and flashed

Michelle Little, 29, was walking through the centre of Guildford, Surrey with a friend following a heavy drinking session when she flashed the passers-by.
Sport

Juventus are aiming for their fifth title in a row while Napoli are going for their first Scudetto since 1990... so who will come out on top in this tale of two cities?

Juventus meet Napoli in a top of the table clash on Saturday in a race for the Scudetto that brings back memoirs of the 1980s. Back then it was Platini and Maradona, today it is Pogba and Higuain.
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Samir Nasri wants to finish his career at Man City despite being dropped from Champions League squad due to injury

The French star's season has been derailed by injury and the 28-year-old has not featured since the 5-1 win home win over Bournemouth in October nearly four months ago.
Science

The Palazzo Italia in Milan is made of cement that absorbs air pollution and turns it into salt

The Palazzo Italia (pictured) in Milan, Italy, has been constructed using a new type of cement that uses sunlight to catalyse a chemical reaction that converts pollutants into inert salts.
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John Stones and Tim Howard set for return as Everton duo hand Roberto Martinez boost ahead of West Brom clash

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has been encouraged by the news that goalkeeper Tim Howard and centre-back John Stones are on the verge of returning and could be in contention
Health

Fitness blogger Planking for Pizza reveals the secrets behind her 30 second transformation

Jess, 26, from Orlando, Florida, posted two photos side by side, looking decidedly thinner, browner and more muscular in the 'after' shot - but she admitted 'not everything we see meets the eye'.
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Marc Albrighton: Leicester City do not fear Arsenal... we can pull off Emirates upset

Marc Albrighton insists Leicester City will go into Sunday's crucial clash with Arsenal without fear as they look to strengthen their grip at the top of the table.
Money

UK growth hopes dealt a blow as industrial output hits lowest level since 2012

Analysts now expect a downward revision to fourth quarter gross domestic product, despite industrial production only accounting for 14.9 per cent of the overall economy.
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Leicester Tigers captain Ed Slater shows off gruesome gash he suffered trying to cut through a frozen bagel

WARNING graphic content! Ed Slater has been banned from making breakfast after causing a gruesome gash on his hand that caused him to miss Leicester's game with Sale on Saturday.
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Wales to face Sweden in June friendly as boss Chris Coleman prepares for Euro 2016

Wales will travel to Sweden for their final pre-Euro 2016 friendly before heading to France. The game will take place at Stockholm's 50,000-capacity Friends Arena on Sunday, June 5.
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City analyst Anthony Da Costa in a coma for a week after being hit by cyclist

Anthony Da Costa (pictured) was knocked unconscious in London last year. Cyclist Reeve Allen has now been fined for cycling without due care and attention
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Sainsbury's, Asda and Co-op withdraw French cheese Camembert over Listeria fears

The bug is linked to miscarriage and is also a danger to the elderly and people who are already sick and so have a weakened immune system - and can take up eight weeks to appear.
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UK weather temperatures set to plummet to -3C as Arctic blast brings snow

Showers are expected to fall in parts of Scotland and South West England while there are still about 170 flood alerts and warnings in place for England and Wales.
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Solicitor who claimed married Tory MP pestered her for an affair after they had one-night stand drops her £250,000 compensation claim 

Solicitor Patronia Campbell claimed she was unfairly dismissed from Lehman Brothers after she refused an affair with Tory Hugh Merriman when they worked together in London.
Health

Ex-soldier becomes transgender woman exactly 30 years after joining the force

Kerri Mitchell, 47, from Romford, Essex, joined the army to appear more masculine when she was living as Kevin. Kerri decided to undergo gender reassignment in September 2014.
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British Airways launching flights from Stansted airport from £49 each way

From May 28, holidaymakers will be able to get on a BA flight from Stansted airport to Faro in Portugal Malaga, Palma or Ibiza in Spain, all routes offered by Ryainair.
Health

Steph Booth reveals the pain of caring for Cherie Blair's father as he battles Alzheimer's

EXCLUSIVE Steph Booth, 61, the fourth wife of Tony Booth, has told how he often fails to recognise her and his daughter Cherie Blair, and described living with him as a 'very lonely place to be'.
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IRA mole may have tipped off police about 1974 Birmingham pub bombing

A representative for some of the victims' families said there was suspicion among them that West Midlands Police lied to gain the wrongful convictions of the Birmingham Six.
Money

Owner of James Bond's Pinewood Studios could be sold to 'maximise value'

Pinewood Group said it has engaged investment bank Rothschild to assist with a 'strategic review' of the company's structure and capital base, which 'could include a sale of the company.'
Sport

Tiago Ilori defends Liverpool team selection despite FA Cup defeat by West Ham: 'Age is just a number... we deserved to win'

Klopp made 10 changes to the side that drew 2-2 with Sunderland at Anfield on Sunday – goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was the only player to keep his place – and West Ham prevailed 2-1.
Science

Elon Musk says TUNNELS are the key to beating congestion around the world as US transportation secretary pledges to back billionaire's radical plan

According to SpaceX and Tesla Motors co-founder Elon Musk, who made a surprise appearance at the Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend, tunnels are the answer to solve city traffic.
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Manchester United have underperformed this season... so, who will incoming boss Jose Mourinho keep and who will he sell?

Jose Mourinho will be charged with turning Manchester United back into title contenders next term. With that in mind, Sportsmail looks at who will fit in under the former Chelsea manager.
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Gary Neville’s troubles at Valencia make me almost happy... watching a game on TV is very different, says Hernan Crespo

Former Argentina striker Hernan Crespo has admitted he is somewhat relishing the recent woes of Gary Neville, with the Valencia boss learning about management the hard way in Spain.
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David Cameron's EU deal could see Polish workers paid more in Child Benefits

The Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo, pictured with David Cameron last week, is report introducing a new child benefit to encourage Polish workers to stay in the country and to have more children.