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Craze of breastfeeding selfies makes women who bottle-feed 'feel judged'
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After 50 years, Pussy Galore returns in latest Bond novel: Character to be revived in new Anthony Horowitz book that begins two weeks after end of Goldfinger mission
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'It could happen to anyone, but it shouldn't': Father of four who had to have his arms and legs amputated when his sore throat turned out to be a life-threatening virus to sue doctors who treated him
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Chilling notebooks of a mass murderer revealed: James Holmes spent 10-years methodically planning his 'massacre at the movies' - sketching a map of the theater and spelling out the number of innocent people he hoped to kill
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Twins sisters who fled Manchester to join ISIS 'are at centre of group's online propaganda and grooming of other girls to travel to Syria'
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Can you REALLY scrape off wrinkles with a scalpel? Drastic ancient 'Egyptian facial' loved by Cleopatra comes to the UK - but is it worth the terrifying procedure?
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BBC chief agreed to let licence fee money be spent on her husband's vampire TV show
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Baby who fixed his mother's broken heart
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No wonder one looks weary: The Queen faces stifling heat in 15lb of velvet and 2.5lb crown as she opens Parliament for 62nd time... and chivalrous Philip offers a helping hand
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The Guardian
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Former Fifa kingpin Jack Warner spends night in jail after corruption arrest
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Syria not a launching pad for attacks on west says al-Nusra chief in TV interview
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Bangladesh plans to move Rohingya refugees to island in the south
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MH370 search is like 'mowing a wheat field with a household mower' – critics
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Nato chief says Russian nuclear threats are 'deeply troubling and dangerous'
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French bartender sentenced after customer drinks 56 shots and dies
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UK schoolgirls lured to Syria by Isis 'have made contact with their families'
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Norway's $900bn sovereign wealth fund told to reduce coal assets
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Chicago police took 'hunting' photograph with black man as prey
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The Independent
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Former Thomas Cook boss Harriet Green hands £3m to charity
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Plus500 apologises to customers at spread-betting firm's annual meeting
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A licence to print money fails to rescue De La Rue
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We might still get to see the clash of the Irish airline titans
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PPI cases are a stark reminder of how badly consumers were let down by their banks
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Market Report: Fears over Synergy's takeover plans left UK health outsourcer looking decidedly sickly
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Capital costs: London's divide with the rest of the UK needs to be bridged
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Ryanair chief to be kingmaker in IAG's Aer Lingus takeover
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Katie Hopkins criticises River Island 'seize the day' bags for trying to normalise epilepsy: 'Seizures are not part of our narrative of life'
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Fifa corruption arrests: Sepp Blatter 'quite relaxed' and confident he is 'not involved'
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Man charged £223,000 for six craft beers
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Iceland revokes 400-year-old legal right in Westfjords district to kill Basques on sight
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The Star - Sport
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David Ginola to take on Sepp Blatter in bid for FIFA presidency
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TRANSFER NEWS: Klopp YES to Liverpool, Man Utd CONCRETE deals, Winger to SIGN Arsenal deal
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Chelsea Transfer News: Blues FAVOURITES to land Man United hero Ronaldo, winger EXIT talks
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Arsenal Transfer News: Winger to SIGN after FA Cup, THREE agreed deals, striker WANTS move
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Liverpool Transfer News: Klopp's YES to Reds, DOUBLE Juventus raid, striker SNUB
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Man United Transfer News: Chelsea leading Ronaldo race, battle with Liverpool for £30m man
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Chelsea FAVOURITES to land Real Madrid star Ronaldo ahead of Man United
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Ex-Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti KEEN on becoming new Liverpool manager
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Rafa Benitez to RAID ex-club Liverpool for Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal target Sterling
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Louis van Gaal to CASH IN on Angel Di Maria as Bayern join PSG in race for Man United flop
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