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Health & Fitness

Alzheimer's preventative drug hope

Cambridge scientists have detected a number of drugs which could help protect against Alzheimer's disease, acting like statins for the brain.
Science & Technology

Is this the ultimate hi-tech workout? Dailymail.com tries out the climbing wall that transforms into a giant computer game 

The system is currently being tested at Brooklyn Boulders in New York. Its inventor, Jon Cheng gave DailyMail.com the first demonstration of its motion tracking capabilities.
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The prehistoric ‘Big Bird’ with a head the size of a HORSE’S: Enormous flightless bird roamed the Arctic Circle 50 million years

The Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and the University of Colorado Boulder that describes the first and only fossil evidence from the Arctic of a massive bird known as Gastornis.
Sport

Frank Lampard in line to follow Gary Neville after signing up with TV talent agency

CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Chelsea legend Lampard is expected to move into the media after he completes a two-year MLS contract with New York City in July 2017
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Christian Benteke is lacking in confidence as Jurgen Klopp admits only misfiring Liverpool striker can change his fortunes 

Jurgen Klopp has admitted Christian Benteke’s confidence has been dented but warned his misfiring striker that only he can change his fortunes. Benteke returns to Aston Villa on Saturday
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Toddler makes her way off heart and lung transplant list after 13 surgeries

Zoey Jones, of Tennessee, was born with VACTERL syndrome, a rare condition that left her with an esophagus that was not attached to her trachea, a small intestine unattached to her stomach, and heart and lung abnormalities.
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Manchester City's big fear over Vincent Kompany as Manuel Pellegrini voices concern over Belgian's long term fitness

Vincent Kompany will return for Manchester City on Saturday against Tottenham but Manuel Pellegrini offers no guarantees his captain can see out the season.
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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal admits he would be 'disappointed' if club had held talks with Jose Mourinho

Louis van Gaal would feel betrayed if Manchester United have talked to Jose Mourinho behind his back, but will not seek assurances from Old Trafford executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
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HOT OR NOT: Marc Albrighton and Dimitri Payet are the Premier League's shining lights... but Derby County's decision to get rid of Paul Clement is mystifying 

It's Hot or Not time again as IAN LADYMAN reveals what's been making him feel warm and what's been leaving him cold as Liverpool's ticket fiasco, Jose Mourinho and Eddie Jones all feature.
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David Cameron joins Angela Merkel for a lavish state dinner in Hamburg

The Prime Minister was spotted enjoying a luxurious meal as he chatted to the German Chancellor during the annual Matthiae-Mahl dinner at Hamburg City Hall.
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England coach Eddie Jones ignores hype ahead of Six Nations clash with Italy... but there’s a spot on bench for Maro Itoje

CHRIS FOY: Rome wasn’t built in a day and, as England prepare to face Italy there on Sunday, the same could be said about Eddie Jones’s emerging side.
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Dicky Birds Nursery pleads guilty to breaching Health and Safety over Tiya Chauhan

Tiya Chauhan was found unconscious and not breathing on the floor of the Dicky Birds Nursery, Wimbledon, south London, in August 2012.
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Tim Howard has been an 'ambassador' for Everton for the last decade and the fans still respect him, insists Roberto Martinez

Roberto Martinez insists Tim Howard has not lost the respect of Everton fans as the goalkeeper comes to the end of his career in England. Howard is expected to leave the Toffees in the summer.
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Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (left) and Vice-Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London.

Polo with Prince Charles, free beer for fans, caviar for the players and a £43m private jet. Here's why Leicester City's Thai owners are...TOP OF THE FOXES

LAURIE WHITWELL: Should Leicester City somehow pull off this astonishing raid on the Premier League title, expect the Midlands club's generous Thai owners to celebrate in style.
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Arsene Wenger suggests Leicester City could be disadvantaged by their clearer end of season run-in as the mind games begin

IAN LADYMAN: There are now thirteen games to go in this intriguing Barclays Premier League title race and, in north London at least, the phoney war has begun.
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VIDEO: Creeping paralysis fear for Zika patients

The Zika virus has moved north to Colombia where it is being linked by some doctors to cases of paralysis.
Science & Technology

Apple's 4inch 'mini' iPhone 5se will go on sale on March 18th alongside iPad Air 3

Apple is gearing up to reveal the latest version of its iPad Air  as well as new Apple Watch models at an event rumoured for March 15th - and they will go on sale just three days later.
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Eddie Jones's England team are not as fit as the World Cup-winning class of 2003 

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: I did not know whether to laugh or cry when England coach Eddie Jones and his defence man Paul Gustard both insisted this week that England weren’t fit enough.
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VIDEO: Civilians starve as bombs fall in Syria

Doubts mount over international agreement to cease some of the hostilities in Syria.
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Pope in historic Russia church talks

Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill call for restored Christian unity between the two churches at historic talks in Cuba.
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Lord Coe appeared to breach IAAF code of ethics on his way to becoming president of world athletics, new email reveals

MATT LAWTON - EXCLUSIVE: There is new evidence that indicates Lord Coe did breach the IAAF’s code of ethics on his way to becoming the president of world athletics.
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Connor Wickham let Crystal Palace down by elbowing Jan Vertonghen, admits Alan Pardew

Wickham was suspended for an elbow on Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen last month and is now firmly behind Emmanuel Adebayor in Palace strikers pecking orde
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Martin Castrogiovanni feared he would never walk again after surgery... now the veteran Italy prop is gearing up to face England in Rome 

NIK SIMON: Veteran Italy tighthead Martin Castrogiovanni feared he might never walk again when surgeons made an eight-inch incision to remove a tumour from his spine.
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US Open organisers admit banned umpire worked at 2015 tournament as linesman

US Open organisers have admitted a banned umpire was allowed to work as a linesman during last year's tournament. The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has launched an investigation.
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Bob Paisley averaged 2.1 trophies per season at Liverpool... 20 years after his death, Merseyside remembers a genius  

IAN LADYMAN: Just 25 seconds into an evening at Southport’s Atkinson Theatre and the point is made. ‘Bob Paisley averaged 2.1 trophies per season at Liverpool,’ said the compere.
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Eddie Jones calls for 'ruthless' strike from England ahead of Six Nations showdown with Italy in Rome 

CHRIS FOY: Eddie Jones will order England to launch a ‘brutal’ and ‘ruthless’ onslaught against Italy in Rome on Sunday to ignite their RBS Six Nations title challenge.
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Wales don't need to chill out... Mike Phillips has just been in France for a bit too long, says defence coach Shaun Edwards 

NIK SIMON: Shaun Edwards claims Mike Phillips has ‘spent too much time in France’ after the Sportsmail columnist suggested Wales’s coaching staff should ‘chill out’ in training.
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Mourinho talks would 'disappoint' Van Gaal

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he would be "disappointed" if the club have held talks with Jose Mourinho.
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Diego Costa will wear a protective mask against Newcastle to complete Chelsea masked men XI

The Chelsea striker, who is having something of a renaissance under interim coach Guus Hiddink, broke it in an accidental collision with the young Canadian defender Fikayo Tomori on Thursday.
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Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has no intention of selling Raphael Varane this summer: 'He is the future of the club'  

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is determined to keep defender Raphael Varane at the club amid reports that he will be a target for Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
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Pregnant woman uses hidden camera to shame London Underground commuters

Miri Michaeli Schwartz, who is a journalist for Israeli TV news service Channel 10 was stunned at the amount of people who ignored her, despite wearing a 'Baby on Board' badge.
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Newcastle 26-14 Leicester: Tigers stunned at Kingston Park as Simon Hammersley and Adam Powell tries secure precious victory 

Newcastle breathed life into their hopes of avoiding relegation with a stunning victory over Leicester Tigers at Kingston Park.
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Huddersfield 13-18 Wigan: Josh Charnley cuts depleted Giants down to size

England winger Josh Charnley broke Huddersfield hearts with a try four minutes from the end as Wigan snatched a sixth successive win over the injury-hit Giants in the Super League.
Health & Fitness

'Statins for the brain' could prevent millions of Alzheimer’s Disease cases

Cambridge University scientists say in future all adults over 30 could be offered the drugs to keep their brain healthy for as long as possible.
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Coal mining has flattened Appalachia by 40%, scientists reveal

Scientists say mountaintop coal mining has made parts of West Virginia, Kentucky and other areas of Central Appalachia 40 per cent flatter than they were before excavation.
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Parts of London under water after the River Thames bursts its banks

A total of 16 warning have been issued for areas near the banks of the River Thames, as water levels reached almost as high as the pavements in some parts of central London.
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Rolls-Royce's Warren East reassures investors the turbulence isn't getting any worse 

At the end of a wild week for markets, the ceo of Rolls succeeded in reassuring investors that the turbulence that has hit one of Britain's most important companies is not getting any worse.
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Luis Suarez on Champions League triumph and his hero Gabriel Batistuta: The top 10 quotes from Jamie Carragher's exclusive interview with former Liverpool star

Luis Suarez sat down with former Liverpool team-mate Jamie Carragher at Barcelona's new training ground to discuss life at Barcelona, his incredible time at Liverpool and what the future holds. 
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Tilda Swinton attends The Man Who Fell to Earth screening in tribute of David Bowie

Tilda, 55, favoured a simple but chic get-up for the special event held in memory of the iconic musician and fellow Londoner at the 66th Berlin Film Festival on Friday.
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JP Morgan Chase's Jamie Dimon gambles £18m on bank shares  

Jamie Dimon has made an £18m bet on the US banking giant by snapping up 500,000 shares following the dramatic fall in share prices so far this year.
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Scott Disick SKIPS Kanye West's Yeezy 3 show as he parties at 1OAK in NYC

E! News reported the bad-boy of reality TV - who split from Kourtney Kardashian last summer - was indeed in Manhattan that night, but chose to party instead with models at 1OAK just blocks away.
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She’s electric! Is Volvo’s new hybrid XC90 the king of the SUVs? RAY MASSEY puts it to the test

Volvo’s revised seven-seater XC90 off-roader made a big splash when it was launched last year and now it comes in hybrid form. We test it out.
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Oil pumps work at sunset on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, in the desert oil fields of Sakhir, Bahrain. Financial markets settled down Wednesday following the previous day's big moves when an easing of concerns over an imminent U.S.-led military strike on Syria sent stocks sharply higher and oil prices down. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)

Oil price rise helps to push up Footsie and gives traders something to console with over the weekend

After a torrid week – in which £80billion was wiped off the FTSE 100 in just four days – the blue chip index was back up 170.63 points, or 3.1 per cent to 5707.6.
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General view during the 4G EE launch at Manchester's Market Street Store. 

A new era for mobile phone use begins today as superfast 4G products and services are made available to millions of consumers in 11 cities across the UK. 

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How faster mobile internet has helped EE boost profits by 12%

EE, which was taken over by BT last month, posted profits of £1.8bn for the final three months of 2015. It added 141,000 contract customers over the three-month period.
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Global stock markets bounce back as banks manage to calm the panic

The FTSE 100 index climbed 3.1 per cent or 170.63 points to 5707.60 – but is still down 2.4 per cent this week and 8.6 per cent this year.
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Burberry facing legal action in the US over claims it duped customers into thinking they were getting bigger discounts at outlet stores

The British fashion brand, modelled here by Cara Delevingne, is accused of labelling garments in outlet stores to give the impression they had once been for sale at a higher price in its retail stores.
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Rolls-Royce is to axe 200 jobs at its aerospace plant in Renfrewshire, Scotland. The engineering firm said it had transferred some work out of the Inchinnan factory, while reviewing its supply chain.It said it was facing challenging market conditions.  The workforce was informed on Thursday. The union, Unite, has called for urgent talks with management, as well as support from the Scottish government.




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Rolls-Royce cuts dividends for first time in 24 years and warns it will axe between 200 and 400 management jobs over the next few months

This is on top of 50 senior managers who went last month and a further 3,600 staff who have already left or are in the process of leaving its civil aerospace division and marine business.
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Nationwide warns savers to expect more misery with no interest rate rise on the cards until the end of 2016 at the earliest 

The slowdown in global growth and uncertainty created by the EU referendum mean interest rates are unlikely to rise until late 2016 at the earliest, Nationwide said yesterday.
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As British Land take a battering, is it now time to move out of property shares? 

British Land, one of the FTSE's biggest property companies, saw its share price slide more than 8 per cent this week, while Land Securities’ has dropped nearly 15 per cent so far this year.
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So much for 'black' gold... An ounce of the metal is now worth more than 40 barrels of oil for first time since the Victorian age

The rising cost of the precious metal relative to oil is seen by some as a sign of stress in the financial markets and world economy.
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It's goodbye to BG group: Gas giant shuts its doors and ceases to exist after Shell takeover

By Monday, BG will be part of Anglo-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell after a £35bn takeover. The new group is now the world’s biggest trader of liquefied natural gas.
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VIDEO: Woman and toddler saved from sinking car

Video has emerged showing the dramatic rescue of a woman and her child after her car went into a canal in Amsterdam.
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Kirsten Dunst lights up red carpet at the Berlin premiere of Midnight Special

She became a household name at the age of 12 after starring in Interview with the Vampire.
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Newcastle 26-14 Leicester

Newcastle Falcons move off the bottom of the Premiership table with victory over a below-par Leicester Tigers.
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Dundee 2-0 St Johnstone

Dundee leapfrog St Johnstone in the Premiership table as a Kane Hemmings double give them a dominant win at Dens Park.
Science & Technology

Google to take on Oculus Rift with VR headset that doesn't need a computer or phone

The firm is believed to be developing a VR headset that, unlike its rivals, doesn't rely on an expensive computer or mobile phone to work.
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Pope Francis arrives in Cuba for historic meeting with Russian Orthodox Patriarch

Pope Francis has met with the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, at Havana's International Airport, looking to heal a 1,000-year-old rift in Christianity before touring Mexico.
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Jamie Carragher interviews Luis Suarez of FC Barcelona at the Barcelona training ground, Barcelona, Spain.
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Luis Suarez admits he misses the atmosphere in the Premier League but would only return to play for Liverpool

Luis Suarez misses the atmosphere and unpredictability of the Premier League, but would only return if it meant playing in front of the Kop with Liverpool again.
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Scientists say there are are 80 MILLION microbes in a kiss as Valentine's Day arrives

Every person has 100-200 microbe species living in their mouth. Research has shown that during a 10 second intimate kiss, you and your partner are sharing 80 million microbes with each other.
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Eastenders' Abi is expecting Ben’s baby. Or is it a ploy? by Jim Shelley 

As the t-shirt she unveiled to make the revelation stated there was the identity of the kid’s father and his family to consider for a start.
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Luis Suarez on Barcelona's star trio: Lionel Messi and Neymar 'took it as a sign' I was joining to help and not compete with them

EXCLUSIVE: Luis Suarez has opened up about his relationship with Lionel Messi and Neymar and says the forwards ‘took it as a sign’ that he joined Barcelona to help, not compete with them.
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LUIS SUAREZ INTERVIEW WITH JAMIE CARRAGHER: I want to be remembered for winning trophies and scoring goals... not just for the bad things I've done 

EXCLUSIVE: It's a quiet morning at Barcelona’s new training ground but old friends are about to be reunited. Sportsmail's JAMIE CARRAGHER flew to Spain to catch up with LUIS SUAREZ.
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PM: UK will not 'retreat from world'

David Cameron tells German leaders it is in Europe's interests for the UK to stay in a reformed EU in his last major speech before next week's crunch summit.
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Levi Bellfield sensationally DENIES confessing to killing Milly Dowler

The 47-year-old's lawyer has allegedly written to Surrey Police and claimed covert recording techniques were used during an informal interview with Bellfield, who is in jail for murder.
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Tiny organs could speed up development of new treatments for Alzheimer's

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have developed miniature balls of brain cells which could be used to speed up the development of drugs for diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's.
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Quake mobile app invites public test

A new app that turns a smartphone into a mobile seismometer is being rolled out by California scientists.
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Ants preserved in amber as they fought while dinosaurs still roamed the Earth

Biologists at the American Museum of Natural History in New York say the discovery has provided important clues about how these early ant species behaved and went to war with each other.
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Liverpool car smashes into group of Belvedere Academy pupils leaving 8 injured

Seven girls aged between 11 and 16 have been taken to hospital after a car, driven by a woman in her 80s, hit a group of schoolchildren near the Belvedere Academy in Liverpool.
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Upping the exercise and cutting out alcohol and ginger biscuits... Sportsmail's Marcus Townend on crash course to be a jockey

MY JOCKEY CHALLENGE – MARCUS TOWNEND: I thought I saw one of my ribs earlier this week but maybe I was hallucinating. Lack of food can do strange things to your mind.
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Oil prices soar on hopes of output cut

Oil prices surged as much as 12% on Friday after fresh suggestions that Opec nations were set to cut oil production.
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Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Saturday, February 13

Blazer dominates the market for Saturday’s Betfair Hurdle and many will feel he is a perfect fit for one of the season’s most competitive handicaps.
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Former Manchester United midfielder Nicky Butt set to be named club's Under 18s manager as part of academy overhaul

CHRIS WHEELER: Nicky Butt is set to take over as manager of Manchester United Under-18s for the rest of the season after Paul McGuinness became the first victim of an academy overhaul.
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Chris Morris stars as South Africa secure victory in fourth ODI in Johannesburg to level series with England 

PAUL NEWMAN IN JOHANNESBURG: South Africa edged a low-scoring thriller with their last pair at the crease when the unlikely figure of Chris Morris succeeded where the big names had failed.
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SA level series despite Root ton

Joe Root's 109 is in vain as Chris Morris hits 62 to help South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the ODI series 2-2.
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VIDEO: Greg James finishes his five triathlons

Radio 1 DJ Greg James finished five triathlons in five days in five cities.
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Nicky Henderson satisfied with My Tent Or Yours performance as JP McManus-owned gelding takes part in racecourse work-out

Trainer Nicky Henderson expressed satisfaction as My Tent Or Yours finally returned to the racecourse at Kempton on Friday. The 2014 Champion Hurdle runner-up has not run since that season.
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Jimmy Hill memorial sees Roy Hodgson, Gary Lineker and John Motson pay tribute

Football's great and good including John Motson, Roy Hodgson and Gary Lineker were among a host of stars to attend a Jimmy Hill memorial in Coventry on Friday night.
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Ben Cohen joins The Jump weeks after Kristina Rihanoff was on Celebrity Big Brother

Ben has already flown out to Austria where 'The Jump' is filmed and is expected to make his first appearance on the show this Sunday (14.02.16), according to Digital Spy.
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VIDEO: Surfers take on 'hazardous' competition

Surfers in northern California compete in what has been dubbed one of the world's most dangerous sporting competitions.
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US Navy's 'ghost hunter' to scour seas for silent enemy submarines

The first 132 foot long ship, officially named 'The Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel' will take to the water on April 7th.
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Scans reveal cyst on woman's ovary after doctors blamed pain on being obese

Doctors at James Paget Hospital in Norfolk discovered that a 'morbidly obese' 22-year-old woman had a huge cyst on her ovaries filled with six liters of blood-like fluid - that her GP thought was just fat.
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Is Syria's 'truce' worth the paper it's printed on?

World powers have agreed to seek a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria, but with so many competing interests at work, what does this deal really mean?
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Jamie Vardy's path from non-League star to Premier League top goalscorer proves English grassroots football is in good hands

The world will be watching as Leicester take on Arsenal on Sunday. It could end up being a title decider, but it also contains great examples of the importance of grassroots football.
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Charl Schwartzel surges into contention after second round 64 at Tshwane Open

Pre-tournament favourite Schwartzel began his second round just one shot inside the projected cut on one over par, but carded a flawless 64 at Pretoria Country Club to finish five under par.
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Zika virus may 'linger in semen for up to 2 months after symptoms fade'

A British man, 68, became infected with Zika virus after traveling to the Cook Islands in 2014. Tests on his return to the UK confirmed presence of the virus in his semen two months after infection.
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River of brown pus pours from abscess caused by infected tattoo in video

WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT: The woman, from China, has an infected abscess on her back, where a pocket of pus has become infected. The clip shows a doctor draining the cyst.
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Mystery of mysterious Michigan 'quake' revealed as a BULGE not a crack

After five years of investigation,Michigan Technology University has solved the mystery of the crack in Menominee. It was caused by a pop-up in the upper layers of limestone under the soil.
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Bellfield 'did not admit Milly murder'

Serial killer Levi Bellfield denied confessing to the abduction, rape and killing of 13-year-old Milly Dowler, his lawyer says.
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Neil Warnock relishing challenge of saving Rotherham from relegation

The 67-year-old has become the Millers' third manager of the season on a deal until May, returning to the game after leaving QPR before Christmas. Warnock takes over from Neil Redfearn.
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Inside Thailand temple set up by a monk to warn tourists and locals against sin

WARNING: DISTURBING IMAGES Wat Mae Kaet Noi, known as the Hell Temple of Chiang Mai, is filled with grotesque statues depicting torture and suffering in the underworld.
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'Mechanical doper deserves long ban'

British cyclo-cross star Evie Richards says a six-month ban would be too short for mechanical doper Femke Van den Driessche.
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This image provided by the Smithsonian Institution shows part of the interior of the Apollo 11 command module that shows graffiti left by astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. A calendar hand drawn on the wall marking days in space and scribbled warning instructions to not open certain doors are some of the things the public will be able to see as part of a new, 3D look inside the spacecraft that took astronauts on America's historic 1969 mission to the moon. (Smithsonian Institution via AP)

Apollo 11's secret graffiti on capsule walls revealed in pictures

Apollo 11 astronauts left those scribbles inside the spacecraft that took them on their historic mission to the moon in 1969, but now the public will get to see them for the first time.
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Ravi Bopara hits unbeaten 71 before taking 6-16 with the ball as Karachi Kings thrash Lahore Qalandars in Pakistan Super League

Discarded England all-rounder Ravi Bopara had a day to savour after starring with bat and ball for Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League.
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Superdry share sale to fund divorce

The founder of Superdry, Julian Dunkerton, sells just under £50m worth of shares to fund his divorce.
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Alfa Romeo could return to Formula One grid, claims Ferrari chief Sergio Marchionne

Alfa Romeo could return to Formula One with their own team rather than simply putting their name to an engine provided by Ferrari, claims FIAT Chrysler chief executive Sergio Marchionne.
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Norwich to go 'back to basics' in bid to end six-game losing run, says boss Alex Neil

The struggling Canaries host West Ham on Saturday after losing 2-0 at bottom club Aston Villa following an abject display which was a sixth straight defeat in all competitions.
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Froch set to play Statham's 'wing man'

Former world champion super-middleweight Carl Froch hopes to play Jason Statham's "wing man" in a new crime series.
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Victoria Beckham finally solves the mystery of her left arm at New York Fashion Week

Victoria Beckham made sure to show off her left hand on Friday as she stepped out in New York, after the whereabouts of the body part was questioned by The Daily Mail.
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VIDEO: Drone films flood town bridge opening

A North Yorkshire town split in two by the Christmas floods has finally been reunited by a footbridge.