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Bochum 0-3 Bayern Munich: Robert Lewandowski stars once again as Pep Guardiola's side book semi-final spot against 10-man hosts

Robert Lewandowski showed once again why he is one of Europe's hottest prospects as he scored twice for Bayern Munich in their quarter-final cup victory against Hetha Berlin in Bochum.
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US to study Zika virus link to Guillain-Barre in Puerto Rico

A team of CDC scientists are traveling to Puerto Rico to investigate the links between Zika and Guillain-Barre syndrome, a disorder where the body's immune system attacks the nervous system.
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VIDEO: Fletcher smashes home equaliser

Captain Darren Fletcher smashes in an equaliser for West Brom against Peterborough in their FA Cup fourth-round replay at the ABAX Stadium.
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Emmanuel Eboue training with Sunderland as former Arsenal defender finds himself without a club after leaving Galatasaray

Former Arsenal right-back Emmanuel Eboue is training with Sunderland. The 32-year-old has been without a club since the summer, when his contract with Turkish giants Galatasaray expired.
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New hope in race to beat malaria: Cutting-edge 'smart' drug in development to tackle resistant strain of the disease

Scientists in Cambridge, California and Melborne have developed a drug targeting the mosquito-borne malaria parasite's waste disposal system - as it becomes more resistant to common antimalarial medication.
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VIDEO: Taylor gives Posh shock lead

Jon Taylor fires a left-foot shot past Ben Foster to give Peterborough a surprise 1-0 lead against West Brom in their FA Cup fourth-round replay at the ABAX Stadium.
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Has a robot taken YOUR job? New figures reveal America now has a record breaking 260,000 robots working in its factories 

Last year, robots were ordered and shipped into North America at a record-breaking rate. There are now an estimated 260,000 robots working in factories across the continent
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The 'Tweetini' made just for you: 'Booze-bot' creates personalised drinks based on your tweets

Data Cocktail is a Arduino-powered machine that creates drinks based on recent Twitter updates .It searches for the 5 latest tweets with keywords linked to colours and fills the glass accordingly.
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Being a couch potato SHRINKS the brain: Failing to exercise in your 30s and 40s is linked with dementia and early death

People with poor levels of physical fitness in their 30s and 40s were likely to have smaller brains two decades later, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine found.
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The maths of a hundred million LOCUSTS: Researchers reveal how giant swarms of insects fly can in perfect harmony

A team of British researchers has developed an algorithmic model to better understand how locusts behave, and it could be used to help curb their destructive migrations.
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Arrested MPs will not have to be named

MPs who have been arrested will not automatically be identified in the Commons after MPs approved changes to its procedures.
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Liverpool owners scrap £77 ticket

Liverpool's owners scrap their controversial £77 ticket and apologise for the "distress caused" by last week's pricing announcement.
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Liverpool fans praise U-turn over ticket price hike by owners Fenway Sports Group

Liverpool supporters' groups have hailed the 'remarkable and unprecedented' move by the club's owners to reverse their decision on price increases.
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Trump: I'd beat Clinton to White House

Republican Donald Trump says he would easily beat Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a presidential contest for the White House after a convincing win in New Hampshire.
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IAAF loses Nestle sponsorship after doping scandal as brand says governing body 'could negatively impact our reputation' 

The IAAF has suffered a new blow after Nestle announced it has terminated its sponsorship of world athletics' governing body.
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Happy music tricks the brain into thinking colours are more vibrant

Professor Joydeep Bhattacharya, a psychologist at Goldsmiths, University of London, has shown that uplifting music makes us see the world differently.
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Watkins leaves GB Olympic programme

Olympic gold medallist Anna Watkins pulls out of the British programme for this year's Games in Rio.
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Ana Ivanovic opens St. Petersburg campaign with victory as coach Nigel Sears returns courtside

Ivanovic was playing her first match since the third round of the Australian Open last month, when her British coach Sears collapsed in the stands of Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena.
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Nestle ends IAAF sponsorship deal

Food and drink giant Nestle ends its sponsorship of the IAAF, as it fears the doping scandal engulfing the world athletics governing body could damage its reputation.
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VIDEO: Victory for Trump and Sanders in primary

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders win decisively in the New Hampshire primary.
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VIDEO: Bella the dog found 130 miles from home

A dog that went missing in Rothwell last year has been found more than 130 miles (210km) away in Bristol.
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New York City stars Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo and David Villa unveil new away kit for 2016 MLS season under Patrick Vieira

New York City have unveiled their brand new away kit for the new 2016 MLS season as they prepare to embark on a new adventure under Patrick Vieira.
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Valencia 1-0 Barcelona LIVE score: Gary Neville hopes his side can restore pride with Spanish Cup semi-final win at the Mestalla

Gary Neville's Valencia were hammered 7-0 by Barcelona last week, now the teams meet again in the second leg of their Spanish Cup semi-final. Follow all the LIVE action here.
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Liverpool owners announce ticket price freeze for next season following fan protests at rising costs

Liverpool's owners have dramatically backtracked in the face of fans' protests and frozen ticket prices for next season as well as issuing an apology to supporters.
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Researchers create ready-to-eat pizza slices for soldier's ration's

Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center has developed a way to keep pizza fresh for three years. They created a series of 'barriers' that stop bacteria from forming on the pizza.
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Peterborough vs West Brom LIVE score: Posh hope to record biggest FA Cup fourth round upset

Peterborough United host West Bromwich Albion in their FA Cup replay hoping to record the biggest upset of the fourth round. Follow live coverage of the action from the ABAX Stadium with KIERAN GILL.
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WPI Robotics Team to Train Firefighting Humanoid Robot
WPI professor receives nearly $600,000 from the Office of Naval Research to develop motion planning for robot that will fight fires aboard Navy ships

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A Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) professor has received nearly $600,000 from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to develop motion planning algorithms for humanoid robots that are designed to fight fires aboard Navy ships.

With the award, Dmitry Berenson, PhD, assistant professor of computer science and robotics engineering at WPI, will develop software for a firefighting robot built by Virginia Tech engineering students. The project has also been supported by University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon University robotics teams. Dubbed SAFFiR (short for S

Navy reveals Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot

Humanoid robots may soon be joining the ranks of the U.S. Navy. A researcher at Worchester Polytechnic Institute awarded nearly $600,000 to develop an algorithm to improve firefighting robot.
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N Korea executes army chief - reports

North Korea has executed its army chief of staff Ri Yong-gil, according to unconfirmed South Korean media reports.
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Rockhoppers penguins struggle to change their duties when rearing chicks

Biologists at Massey University in New Zealand studied the rigid parenting style of eastern rockhopper penguins (pictured) in New Zealand is leaving them vulnerable to food shortages.
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Bolton chairman Gartside dies aged 63

Phil Gartside, who has been Bolton Wanderers chairman for 16 years, dies of cancer at the age of 63.
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Victoria Pendleton to partner Pacha Du Polder on the racetrack for the first time as she steps up her Cheltenham Festival bid

Victoria Pendleton will take an important step in her quest to ride at the Cheltenham Festival when partnering her prospective mount Pacha Du Polder on a racetrack for the first time next week.
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Tennent’s lager to become first alcohol product in UK to display calorie information

Brewers Tennent Caledonian will put calorie information on its cans and bottles of lager from March in a move to 'educate drinkers and promote the responsible consumption of alcohol'.
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Reddit users reveal their worst experiences while flying

Reddit users shared their worst air travel experiences in popular thread. One man even wrote a poignant recollection of travelling during 9/11 in 2001.
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Booze 'allows gut bacteria to engulf the liver, increasing the risk of disease'

Scientists from University of California, San Diego, revealed alcohol impairs the body's ability to keep microbes in check - breaking down barriers to allow bacteria to migrate into the liver.
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Arsene Wenger considers playing Gabriel in Arsenal defence to combat pace of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez for Leicester City

Arsene Wenger is agonising over his central defensive partnership ahead of Sunday’s title showdown against Leicester City. The Gunners were looking to recall Per Mertesacker.
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Mark Dixie wrongly jailed for rape is freed after TWELVE YEARS

Romano van der Dussen's conviction for raping three women in Fuengirola in August 2003 was overturned today after British killer Mark Dixie, 44, admitted the crimes.
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Peace And Co to have minor operation to aid breathing in aftermath of Sandown loss

Peace And Co is to have a minor operation to hopefully aid his breathing in the aftermath of his defeat in last Saturday’s Contenders Hurdle at Sandown.
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UK's EU membership talks 'fragile'

European Council president Donald Tusk clears his diary to focus on a tour of the EU to bolster the "fragile" deal over the UK's EU membership.
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Easy as do re mi! Mind-reading computer can help you learn music instruments faster

The computer, (pictured) named Brain Automated Chorales, or Bach, was developed by researchers at Tufts University in Massachusetts.
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England can win World T20 - Cook

England can repeat their success of 2010 and win the World Twenty20, says Test captain Alastair Cook.
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How Lyme disease is spread is revealed by unraveling tick's DNA

Scientists from Purdue University in Indiana found the genome of Lyme disease-spreading ticks is 'far more similar to mammals than insects' - and that the ticks' saliva allows them to feed off a host for days.
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Did the fear of GOD help ancient human societies spread?

Researchers from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver studied the link between a belief in wrathful gods (the goddess Kali is shown) and attitudes to strangers.
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Chester woman whose weight dropped to SIX STONE turns her life around

Rebecca Smith, 23 from Chester, saw her weight plummet after she tried to get a 'beach body'. But after finding a personal trainer she found a love for bodybuilding and has won a bikini competition.
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Justin Rose keen to get his season up and running at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am as he teams up with popstar Justin Timberlake

Justin Rose, who is making his tournament debut, is looking forward to 'feeding off the energy' as he partners Justin Timberlake in the four-day celebrity event in California.
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Tottenham gear up for Manchester City clash as Mauricio Pochettino's side bid to maintain Premier League title challenge

If Tottenham's players are feeling the pressure of chasing their first top flight title for more than 50 years, they were showing no sign of it during training on Wednesday.
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Husband of guard on the run with Hassan Kiko fears they are going to Syria

Vasili Magdici, 25, has revealed how his wife, Angela Magdici became fascinated with Syria and started reading the Koran before helping her lover, Hassan Kiko (pictured) break out of jail.
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CM Punk forced to delay UFC debut as back surgery rules former WWE Champion out

Former WWE Champion CM punk has been forced to delay his UFC debut in order to undergo back surgery. Chicago-born CM punk will go under the knife in his home town on Wednesday.
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Time 'running out' for doctors deal

Time is running out to agree a deal with junior doctors in the long-running dispute, a key government negotiator is warning, as doctors in England take part in their second 24-hour strike.
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Dale Steyn in South Africa's World T20 squad if fast bowler can prove his fitness 

South Africa have named fast bowler Dale Steyn in their 15-man squad for the World Twenty20 in India next month, but will ask him to prove his fitness following a debilitating shoulder injury.
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Turkey detains 34 people carrying explosives and suicide vests from Syria

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Edrogan today also hit back at UN demands he open Turkey's borders to Syrian refugees, saying he had shouldered the burden of the crisis since it began.
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Wales star Dan Biggar working day and night in bid to face Scotland after picking up ankle injury against Ireland

Fly-half Dan Biggar remains on the road to recovery ahead of Wales' RBS 6 Nations clash against Scotland this weekend. Biggar was arguably Wales' stand-out performer at the RWC.
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Bolton chairman Phil Gartside dies, aged 63, after 'short and brave battle' with cancer 

Long-standing Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has died at the age of 63, just three months since he stepped away from his duties at the club.
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Expert reveals 5 common causes of erectile dysfunction

An expert at Texas A&M University said erectile dysfunction affects one in five men over the age of 60, but adds the condition does not have to be an inevitable part of growing older.
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Trump turns notoriety into a win

The billionaire has shown in New Hampshire that he can turn publicity, controversy, even notoriety, into a winning margin of votes - indeed, a large winning margin.
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Room identical to Vincent Van Gogh's Bedroom in Arles is listed on Airbnb

The latest addition to Airbnb was added by The Art Institute of Chicago and has literally mimicked the 1888 Bedroom in Arles painting in every detail - including the bedside blue jug and the chairs.
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Elon Musk sees $3.3BN wiped off his fortune after Tesla and SolarCity struggle

The 44-year-old is now down $705 million on his 21 million shares of Solar City after the stock fell 32 per cent on Tuesday. Tesla Motors, stock lost 44 per cent over the past one-and-a-half years.
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Brit refused entry to Thailand after ripping out passport pages to use as toilet paper

Faye Wilson, 28, was left red-faced when she found herself being escorted home to Britain by a security guard after being turned back at the airport by Thai immigration officials.
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Robot solves Rubik's cube in less than a second, smashing the world record time

Called Sub1, the machine (pictured) has been captured on camera solving the cube in 0.887 seconds at the Cubikon store in Munich, Germany.
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People with names like David Attenborough tend to share a common ancestor

The study from the University of Leicester examine the Y chromosomes of 1,600, including Sir David Attenborough (pictured right with his late brother Richard).
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Joey Barton helped convince me to make Marseille move says Steven Fletcher 

Joey Barton spent a season on loan at the club in the south of France in 2012-13 and recommended that the Sunderland striker make the move.
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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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Beaconsfield council builds 'WWI trenches' to stop travellers parking caravans

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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Lord Maude praised for 'exemplary service' to David Cameron quits the Government

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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Cristiano Ronaldo's rivalry with Barcelona star Lionel Messi is good for football, insists Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane believes Cristiano Ronaldo is a better player than Lionel Messi, but he admits their rivalry is what the fans want to see. Messi beat Ronaldo and Neymar to the Ballon d'Or last month.
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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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Keith Downing appointed England U20 head coach after taking job on interim basis

Keith Downing has been handed the England Under-20s reins on a permanent basis. The former West Brom coach and caretaker boss has been working as head coach on an interim basis.
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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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Benoit Violier's wife said 'no rational reason for 'the worlds best chef's' suicide'

Brigitte Violier, pictured centre, said she had no explanation as to why her husband Benoit, right, may have taken his own life after closing up his restaurant for the night in Crissier, Switzerland.
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Toilet baby 'could have been saved'

A baby who was born in a toilet and later died of sepsis could have survived if he had been given antibiotics, an inquest hears.
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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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Chidham man suspected of killing a couple 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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Hornby's shares tumble as sales fall

Shares in model rail company Hornby tumble by 62% as the firm warns of mounting losses following a "disappointing" start to the new year.
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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.
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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.
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Twins joined at the HEAD to be separated in painstaking surgery

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.
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A woman walks past the Pyramid of Cestius in Rome, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. Rome's only surviving pyramid from ancient times is getting fresh visibility. After a Japanese clothing magnate paid for a cleanup, archaeologists are eager to show off the monument, constructed some 2,000 years ago as the burial tomb for a Roman praetor, or magistrate, named Caius Cestius. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)

Rome's Pyramid of Cestius opens to the public following clean-up project

The ancient structure in Rome was constructed around 2,000 years ago as the burial tomb for a Roman praetor, or magistrate, named Caius Cestius. His remains have been lost.
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'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.
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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.
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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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Somerset workers clear TEN truckloads of rubbish from hoarder's home

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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Eighth Harry Potter book to be released

An eighth Harry Potter book is to be released this summer - containing the script for a new stage play telling the wizard's story.
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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.
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Thieves steal Pins from US tax agency

The US government's tax collection agency says attackers fooled its computers into generating more than 100,000 tax return Pin codes.
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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.
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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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Manuela Kulpa's portraits of apes show their human-like expressions

The many apes were photographed predominantly at zoos across Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany and the Netherlands.
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Yellen warns on US financial conditions

US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen pours cold water on the prospect of a second rise in interest rates any time soon.
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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.
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Photographer Jody MacDonald makes journey across the Sahara on world's longest train

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.
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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.