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Now it's Paw & Peace! BBC1 series sees leading actors upstaged by heroic two-year-old rescue dog Samba who comes to the aid of an injured soldier in tear-jerking finale 

The human cast of BBC1's War And Peace are often upstaged by their four-legged co-stars. In the finale, it's a two-year-old dog called Samba who steals the show.
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Guarded from terrorists by Royal Navy sub and 50 commandos...the UK ghost ships with enough nuclear fuel for 80 missiles 

Two top secret British ‘ghost ships’ carrying enough plutonium for a huge nuclear arsenal wend their way through the world’s oceans –guarded against terrorists by 50 commandos.
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100 babies spent time in UK jails last year new figures reveal as David Cameron brands it 'terrible' that children are locked up with their criminal mothers 

The Prime Minister said it was 'absolutely terrible' to think of infants being kept within the walls of British prisons, adding that the Government will look at alternatives to custody for women with babies.
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Every mum's worst nightmare: How an innocent Spice Girls fan raised by an ordinary middle-class parent grew up into a hate-filled fanatic jailed for running away to join ISIS in Syria

Mandy Shakhil, mother of Tareena, who this week was sentenced to six years in prison for leaving the UK to ISIS in the terror group's stronghold in Raqqa, speaks exclusively to the Mail on Sunday.
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Children's heart surgeon who triggered string of negligence cases is being paid £400,000 not to operate 

Nihal Weerasena, who triggered a string of medical negligence cases in Leeds, is still being paid a six-figure salary – despite not having set foot inside an operating theatre for almost three years,
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Romanian pickpockets go on tour with British rock bands: Eastern European thieves targetting fans' mobiles at The Libertines and Kasabian gigs 

Thanks to EU free movement rules, Romanian pickpocket gangs are going 'on tour' with some of the biggest names in music, including the Libertines (pictured), to steal phones from fans.
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Lone Southend United fan filmed appearing to attack Colchester United supporters after running on to pitch in chaotic Essex derby

Police will investigate shocking footage from Saturday’s Essex derby which appears to show a Colchester United fan sprinting across the pitch to attack a stand of Southend U supporters.
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Conor McGregor blasts 'p****' Fabricio Werdum in explosive acceptance speech as UFC stars turn out for World MMA Awards

The UFC featherweight champion was named Fighter of the Year at the awards ceremony in Las Vegas on Friday night, and chose his acceptance speech to launch an attack on yet another Brazilian.
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Mother aged 34 and daughter aged 19 give birth to baby girls just 3 hours apart

Sophie Jenkins (right) welcomed Arya Kay Patricia at 8.56pm on Thursday, followed shortly by her mother Kay Henry's baby Tiana Rose at 12.11am yesterday at the same hospital in Cardiff.
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Real Madrid gear up for crucial La Liga clash with Granada as boss Zinedine Zidane says game is must-win in title race

Real Madrid players were put through their paces in training ahead of the crucial La Liga match against Granada which manager Zinedine Zidane has identified as 'must win' in the race for the title.
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5 are arrested over death of Roger Gower whose helicopter was shot down in Tanzania 

Mr Gower was helping authorities in Tanzania track the criminals when they fired on his aircraft on January 29. He brought his helicopter down in the Maswa Game Reserve but died from his wounds.
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A degree? You won’t need to sit any exams: Critics say universities are handing out dumbed-down qualifications by replacing finals with 'grade-inflating' coursework 

Thousands of students are being awarded degrees without ever sitting a traditional exam. British Universities are replacing finals with ‘grade inflating’ coursework, new figures show.
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Chinese New Year 2016 celebrations get going around the world with fireworks and dragons

Celebrations are kicking off around the world to mark the new Chinese year  - the Year of the Monkey.
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'Diabolical' verdict on home care for elderly: Short visits and poor attitude of staff leading to plummeting levels of satisfaction with home care 

Short visits and the ‘diabolical’ attitude of many staff looking after our vulnerable elderly is leading to plummeting levels of satisfaction with home care providers, figures suggest.
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Huge rise in domestic violence claims after legal aid clampdown: Figures reveal assault allegations have doubled since ministers axed funding for divorce cases 

MPs and campaigners believe cuts to legal aid made in the UK in 2013 have encouraged separating couples to make false or exaggerated claims of violence in order to avoid divorce costs.
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Children's brain doctor exposed by Mail on Sunday for taking drugs before going on duty is told he can work again  

A children’s brain doctor caught on camera taking a cocktail of drugs just before going on duty has had his licence to practise restored by the General Medical Council.
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Video shows IRA* bomb* explosion in Manchester in 1996*

Windows shattered and shards of debris flew through the air as the blast tore through office buildings and shops within a half-mile radius in Manchester city centre on June 15, 1996.
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Jose Mourinho promises to return soon as sacked Chelsea boss admits he feels incomplete without football in his life

The 53-year-old is reported to be close to sealing a move to take over Manchester United from Louis van Gaal in the summer but said he will be keeping his family in London.
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Leicester 3-10 Sale: Josh Beaumont scores winning try as Sharks end Tigers' home run

Josh Beaumont's try and and Danny Cipriani's conversion for the visiting Sharks, broke the deadlock of a dour match which had been level at 3-3 since the 32nd minute at Welford Road.
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Praying for a miracle: Relatives of the 150 people missing after powerful earthquake in Taiwan desperately hoping for good news as death tolls reaches 14 

Rescue teams working in the southern city of Tainan have said they face a 'race against time' to find those who remain trapped underneath the collapsed buildings following the 6.4 magnitude quake.
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How COULD this innocent snap sent to a worried mum end with an outstanding nursery facing threat of closure? Ofsted strips school of its highest rating after owner sent a photo to a worried mum on her little girl's first day 

Education watchdog Ofsted has stripped Cherubs nursery in Linton, Kent, of its outstanding rating after the owner took a snap of a child on their first day at nursery.
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Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis set to be offered second chance to return home to Argentina by River Plate 

River Plate are ready to revive their interest in Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis. The 35-year-old Argentine admitted he almost returned to his homeland last summer.
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Why can't I call the monster who killed my unborn child a MURDERER?

A young graduate with a new job as a trainee manager at Marks & Spencer, Malorie had much to look forward to on June 15 last year as she approached her mother’s home in South London.
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Hair dye that can harm a woman's fertility and endanger unborn babies is banned

Tesco removed Bigen hair dye (pictured) from its UK stores after a banned chemical called sodium perborate, which is 'toxic if inhaled' was discovered in it and two other hair care products
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Shy Elton, frosty Mrs T, drunk Best - and no miniskirts: The hilarious behind-the-scenes antics at the Wogan chat show...

For a decade from 1982, millions switched on to BBC1 three times a week to watch Wogan, the eponymous chat show that was essential viewing for the nation.
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How Pep Guardiola eclipsed Jose Mourinho - get ready for another round of the most bitter rivalry in football

ROB DRAPER - SPECIAL REPORT: Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are the Cain and Abel of the football world, spiritual brothers apparently forever locked in bitter conflict.
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Manchester United must act fast to silence noisy neighbours... Pep Guardiola's arrival at Manchester City could force their hand  

GLENN HODDLE: It is only just over four years ago that Sir Alex Ferguson referred to Manchester City as the noisy neighbours and reminded them who was the real power in town.
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Sir Terry's last interview and portrait

Sir Terry Wogan was a very private man, so it was a privilege to be invited to his home to talk. Sadly, the interview was the last he did before his death last week.
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Child killer Mairead Philpott has 'found a new love and wants to live with him when she is freed from jail'

The 34-year-old was jailed for 17 years in 2013 for killing her six children in a house fire in Derby. She and her husband Mick (pictured together), himself jailed for life, divorced after both were sent to prison.
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FIFA presidential candidate Sheik Salman caught up in human rights controversy as reform campaigners call for investigation  

NICK HARRIS: The favourite to succeed Sepp Blatter as president of FIFA, Sheik Salman, was at the centre of fresh controversy on Saturday night.
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Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar pose for selfie with Barcelona trident ready to unleash hell on the Levante defence

Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar are out to show they are not above Sunday morning football, with Barcelona's lethal triumvirate all set to go for their side's early La Liga clash against Levante.
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Chomping on a giant cigar, lonely Edward in hiding... with a VERY bitter Wallis: Seen for the first time, the exiled Duke in secret Florida hideaway he loved - and his wife hated

While in exile, the pair would retreat to The Horseshoe Plantation in Florida – owned by their wealthy American friends Kane and Edith Baker – for five or ten days every spring.
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Maggie’s home transformed into a palace fit for an oligarch: Grade II-listed mansion where Lady Thatcher spent final years goes on the market for £30m (but would she have approved of all the glitz?)

The townhouse in the most desirable part of Central London where Lady Thatcher spent the last years of her life was bought by developers Leconfield for about £12m after the former PM's death
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Jonathan Davies is hoping to upset Irish fans again as Wales centre returns from injury that ruled him out of the World Cup

CHRIS FOY: Jonathan Davies ruptured his knee ligament in May last year playing for Clermont Auvergne, forcing him out of the World Cup. But the 27-year-old is set to return for Wales on Sunday.
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All rise for UK's first transgender judge

Dr Victoria McCloud (pictured) is the most senior public figure known to have transitioned from male to female – and has been hailed as a pioneer by equality campaigners.
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Is there anything you won't advertise, Nicole? Moulin Rouge actress swapping A-list roles for string of TV campaigns (even though she's worth £90million)

Oscar winning actress Nicole Kidman (pictured), 44, has previously fronted campaigns for big brands including Chanel No. 5, Jimmy Choo, Nintendo, Omega watches and Schweppes
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Former Swansea City boss Garry Monk stirred by top-flight ambition

It is 12pm on Saturday and Garry Monk is sipping coffee in the lobby of a Brentford hotel. He is entertaining company but it quickly becomes apparent he would much rather be elsewhere.
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Explosion that ripped a hole in passenger jet WAS a bomb

Experts said the explosion on board the plane which had just taken off from Mogadishu, Somalia, 'was not a technical problem but a bomb that intended to destroy the plane and kill all passengers'
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PEGIDA take to the streets in anti-Islam protests across the globe

Violent scuffles broke out across Europe today as thousands of people taking part in far-right anti-Islam protests clashed with pro-immigration groups and riot control police.
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Hidden sugar Sarah Wilson and Bear Grylls' healthy eating plans revealed

Britain has been swept up in the search for sugar-free recipes, but The Mail on Sunday has discovered many of them contain substances which are the same as sugar in everything but name.
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ONE MILE high skyscraper to be built in Japan's Next Tokyo

The 5,577ft high structure known as the Sky Mile Tower (pictured) would be the crowning centre piece in 'Next Tokyo', a futuristic Japanese city which is being developed to combat climate change
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Judy Murray shapes the destiny of her boys and her girls... she is the driving force behind their success

MARTHA KELNER: Judy Murray was in her early thirties when she decided her little boys could benefit from a bit more expertise. British tennis would not be the same without a woman with such incredible drive
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FA hire coaching guru and former Arsenal midfielder Paul Davis to lift English game

The Football Association are recruiting the country’s leading 'coach to the coaches' Paul Davis in a bid to stop the alarming fall in the number of successful English managers.
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Aerial image shows huge expansion of Calais Jungle

With its schools, theatre, nightclub, shops and restaurants, the migrants’ camp known as the Jungle has expanded beyond recognition in six months and has now become a thriving Calais suburb.
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Nicky Henderson insists Peace And Co 'did a lot of things right' after Sandown setback

The Champion Hurdle aspirations of Peace And Co look cooked after he was only third to Connetable in the Contenders Hurdle at Sandown.
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Gary Neville calls on  Valencia players to show the same passion as angry fans

Gary Neville has come out fighting at Valencia as he tries to save his job following Wednesday’s 7-0 defeat at Barcelona. The 40-year-old needs three points at Real Betis on Sunday.
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Leicester City join the chase for exciting French winger Ousmane Dembele

Premier League leaders Leicester City are monitoring Rennes' exciting winger Ousmane Dembele. Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Southampton are also keeping tabs on teenager.
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Will Smith wants end to 'insane' denial of concussion effects as World Rugby plans rule changes over worrying report

SAM PETERS: Rugby Union is set to increase the time concussed players are forced to sit on the sidelines after evidence emerged they are being rushed back before fully recovering.
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Help For Heroes being investigated amid claims that soldiers' welfare at risk

Britain's biggest veterans’ charity is being investigated amid claims it failed some of the heroes it cares for – leaving at least one soldier on the brink of suicide and another needing psychiatric care.
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Tried for sex crime... because I brushed past a film star in rush-hour

Mark Pearson, a 51-year-old artist, was on his way home from work, weaving through a thick tide of London commuters when he walked past a woman who later claimed he sexually assaulted her.