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	Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna has died aged 49
      Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna has died aged 49

    Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna has died at the age of 49. The Czech player lost her battle with cancer and died peacefully surrounded by her family. 

    Articles | Mail Online / 1 min. ago
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	Tracee Ellis Ross joined by family on red carpet of AMA's
      Tracee Ellis Ross joined by family on red carpet of AMA's

    The entire Ross family was dressed in their Sunday best on the red carpet of the American Music Awards ahead of the show at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday afternoon.

    Articles | Mail Online / 1 min. ago
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	Mugabe goes OFF SCRIPT by failing to resign during speech
      Mugabe goes OFF SCRIPT by failing to resign during speech

    Robert Mugabe sensationally failed to resign as he spoke to the world from the Zimbabwean capital of Harare on Sunday, and his opponents have since said he went off script.

    Articles | Mail Online / 2 min. ago
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	Paul Daniels' son sparks homophobic Strictly row
      Paul Daniels' son sparks homophobic Strictly row

    The son of the late TV personality Paul Daniels has sparked a homophobic row about his step-mother Debbie McGee's latest Strictly Come Dancing performance.

    Articles | Mail Online / 2 min. ago
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	Joy turns to terror as fun park ride smash to the ground
      Joy turns to terror as fun park ride smash to the ground

    WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT. People screamed as the octopus's head toppled and carriages crashed to the ground at speed during a festival in Samut Prakan, near Bangkok.

    Articles | Mail Online / 2 min. ago
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	Man Utd's Pogba not a top-class player like Steven Gerrard
      Man Utd's Pogba not a top-class player like Steven Gerrard

    Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez has quashed comparisons between Paul Pogba and Steven Gerrard, believing the Manchester United star must produce more consistent performances.

    Articles | Mail Online / 3 min. ago
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	Notorious serial killer Charles Manson dies aged 83 
      Notorious serial killer Charles Manson dies aged 83 

    The news was confirmed by Debra Tate, the sister of one of his victims, who told TMZ she received a call to say he had died at 8.13pm.

    Articles | Mail Online / 3 min. ago
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	Crew URINATED on themselves when stung by man o' war
      Crew URINATED on themselves when stung by man o' war

    The feared jellyfish left the crew in agony after their hands were stung by the beast's 100ft long tentacles during three months of filming for Blue Planet II off the coast of the Canary Islands.

    Articles | Mail Online / 3 min. ago
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	Fifi Box changes diet and starts exercise to get in shape
      Fifi Box changes diet and starts exercise to get in shape

    She juggles motherhood with a television and radio career and Fifi Box has made a commitment to maintaining a strict health and fitness regimen to stay in shape for her busy lifestyle.

    Articles | Mail Online / 3 min. ago
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	Diana Ross honored with AMAs lifetime achievement award
      Diana Ross honored with AMAs lifetime achievement award

    Diana Ross is a music legend, topping the charts since the sixties. The 73-year-old songstress was honored with a lifetime achievement award during Sunday's AMAs in Los Angeles.

    Articles | Mail Online / 3 min. ago
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	Coles roll out ‘quiet hour’ to help shoppers with autism
      Coles roll out ‘quiet hour’ to help shoppers with autism

    Coles supermarkets across Australia are rolling out quiet shopping hours to help shoppers with autism for an hour every Tuesday at selected supermarkets.

    Articles | Mail Online / 4 min. ago
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	Liverpool's Danny Ings 'is a role model' to young players
      Liverpool's Danny Ings 'is a role model' to young players

    Liverpool striker Danny Ings' journey back to first-team football has been a long one but his absence is proving to be a benefit for the club's youngsters. Ings has played just 17 minutes this season.

    Articles | Mail Online / 4 min. ago
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	Women advised to sleep on their sides in final months to cut stillbirth risk
      Women advised to sleep on their sides in final months to cut stillbirth risk

    Around one in every 224 pregnancies in the UK ends in stillbirth.

    Articles | Mail Online / 4 min. ago
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	Stuart Broad `fine´ after being struck by golf ball
      Stuart Broad `fine´ after being struck by golf ball

    Broad was hit by a stray ball on the lower back while he was bending down to size up a practice putt at Brisbane Golf Club

    Articles | Mail Online / 5 min. ago
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	Mediclinic's takeover of Spire falls through 
      Mediclinic's takeover of Spire falls through 

    UK-based Spire said the bid of 165p per share for the 70 per cent the South African firm did not already own ‘undervalued’ the group and ‘its prospects’.

    Money | Mail Online / 5 min. ago
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	England stars cool off at The Gabba Pool Deck
      England stars cool off at The Gabba Pool Deck

    Ahead of the ferocity of an Ashes series on Australian soil, the England players kicked back and relaxed by a pool at the Gabba. The tourists posed on a scorching day in Brisbane.

    Sport | Mail Online / 6 min. ago
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	Oxford introduces compulsory 'race awareness' course
      Oxford introduces compulsory 'race awareness' course

    Students at Magdalen College at Oxford voted to make the sessions mandatory for all freshers in a bid to make undergraduates more sensitive to the needs of ethnic minorities.

    UK | Mail Online / 6 min. ago
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	Perth boy, 8, describes moment he was buried alive
      Perth boy, 8, describes moment he was buried alive

    Riley Stiles, eight, has described the moment he was buried alive beneath one-metre of 'quicksand' after he fell into a trench in his Perth backyard.

    Australia | Mail Online / 8 min. ago
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	Gaia Pope was 'scared of freed prisoner who assaulted her'
      Gaia Pope was 'scared of freed prisoner who assaulted her'

    Dorset teenager Gaia Pope was tormented by a sexual assault and gripped by fear that her attacker was about to be released from jail, it was revealed today.

    UK | Mail Online / 8 min. ago
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	Jamie Foxx dances to Diana Ross at the AMAs
      Jamie Foxx dances to Diana Ross at the AMAs

    Jamie Foxx, 49, certainly got in the spirit of things as he showed off his dad dancing later in the evening.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 8 min. ago
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	Tsunami alert: 7.0 earthquake strikes off Australia 
      Tsunami alert: 7.0 earthquake strikes off Australia 

    A tsunami alert had been issued after a massive earthquake struck off the east coast of Australia. The 7.0 magnitude quake hit near the Loyalty Islands in New Caledonia on Monday morning.

    UK | Mail Online / 9 min. ago
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	How Charles Manson turned from child thief to cult leader
      How Charles Manson turned from child thief to cult leader

    The notorious ‘mad eyed’ killer from Cincinnati was in prison after he was convicted in January 1971 for conspiracy to commit murder. Manson is pictured left as a boy and right in 2014.

    UK | Mail Online / 9 min. ago
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	What's in store for homeowners in the Budget?
      What's in store for homeowners in the Budget?

    A stamp duty holiday for first-time buyers? More money for Help to Buy? And less red tape? All are potential policies to boost housing but we're hoping for something much more radical.

    UK | Mail Online / 9 min. ago
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	Most Muslim marriages are not legal as women left homeless
      Most Muslim marriages are not legal as women left homeless

    Rukhsana Noor and Habiba Jaan both appear in a new Channel 4 documentary, The Truth About Muslim Marriage. They both learned they had never been legally married.

    UK | Mail Online / 12 min. ago
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	UK weather: Four inches of snow for parts of Scotland
      UK weather: Four inches of snow for parts of Scotland

    Most of the snow fell in Scotland just north of Glasgow and Edinburgh with further flurries expected to hit the region over the following days as forecasters warned of difficult road conditions.

    UK | Mail Online / 13 min. ago
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	Hardworking truck driver wins $1.36 million Lotto draw
      Hardworking truck driver wins $1.36 million Lotto draw

    The Queensland local said he will pay off his house, go on a holiday and 'just sit back' now that he is a millionaire - but admits he didn't believe it at first.

    Australia | Mail Online / 15 min. ago
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	May gathers Brexit 'war Cabinet' to sign off £40bn offer
      May gathers Brexit 'war Cabinet' to sign off £40bn offer

    The Prime Minister will ask her team to approve doubling the divorce bill as she bids to break the bitter standoff in talks with the EU.

    UK | Mail Online / 16 min. ago
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	MARKETS LIVE: Shares on the slide as sentiment turns
      MARKETS LIVE: Shares on the slide as sentiment turns

    Shares have were in negative territory on Monday as sentiment turned bearish at the start of the new week due to various geopolitical worries.

    Money | Mail Online / 17 min. ago
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	The Victoria's Secret Angels prep for the Fashion Show
      The Victoria's Secret Angels prep for the Fashion Show

    Images snapped backstage at the famous fashion show capture models like Alessandra Ambrosio and Lily Aldridge being pampered by the glam squad.

    UK | Mail Online / 19 min. ago
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	Pensioners' £1 jackpot bingo banned under gambling laws
      Pensioners' £1 jackpot bingo banned under gambling laws

    The pensioners, from a sheltered housing complex in Redditch, Worcestershire, have been told they can no longer play their weekly £1 jackpot bingo because of gambling laws.

    News | Mail Online / 21 min. ago
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	NHS trusts are STILL promoting natural births
      NHS trusts are STILL promoting natural births

    The NHS is paying a controversial author to persuade midwives to promote ‘natural birth’ despite a series of baby deaths associated with it, campaigners have claimed.

    News | Mail Online / 21 min. ago
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	Britain First deputy charged with threatening language
      Britain First deputy charged with threatening language

    The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First was today charged with using threatening and abusive language at a rally in Belfast in August.

    News | Mail Online / 21 min. ago
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	Criminals ‘could kill millions’ by remotely hacking cars
      Criminals ‘could kill millions’ by remotely hacking cars

    Justin Cappos, a computer scientist at New York University, says any car built since 2005 can be controlled remotely and many vehicles to 17 years old are also at risk (stock image).

    Science | Mail Online / 26 min. ago
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	Melbourne man jailed for 780K child porn images
      Melbourne man jailed for 780K child porn images

    A man who had more than 780,000 child porn images stored on hidden hard drives has been jailed in Melbourne for a second time.

    Australia | Mail Online / 27 min. ago
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	Spa and away in Belgium: A detox retreat to dream of
      Spa and away in Belgium: A detox retreat to dream of

    Where do you go if you want a spa retreat that really takes you away from the world. The Maldives? Thailand? Or how about the middle of a Belgian national park? Jane Alexander picks the latter.

    Australia | Mail Online / 28 min. ago
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	Salim Mehajer ups the rent for his lavish Lidcombe mansion
      Salim Mehajer ups the rent for his lavish Lidcombe mansion

    Salim Mehajer has bumped the rental price of his infamous Lidcombe mansion up $500, despite removing it from the market completely last month. 

    Australia | Mail Online / 29 min. ago
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	Georgia Fowler at 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
      Georgia Fowler at 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

    She's the New Zealand-born model that's about to make her second appearance for a worldwide fashion icon. 

    Australia | Mail Online / 29 min. ago
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	2017 AMAs: Selena Gomez flashes underwear for performance
      2017 AMAs: Selena Gomez flashes underwear for performance

    The 25-year-old star debuted her collaboration with Marsmello titled Wolves at the star-studded gala as she rocked a sexy white nightgown.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 29 min. ago
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	Swarms of big earthquakes are set to devastate Earth 2018
      Swarms of big earthquakes are set to devastate Earth 2018

    Researchers from the University of Colorado in Boulder and the University of Montana say that even fluctuations of a millisecond could increase seismic activity.

    Australia | Mail Online / 30 min. ago
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	The red carpet for the American Music Awards in LA
      The red carpet for the American Music Awards in LA

    Some of the biggest names in music gathered on Sunday night for the 2017 American Music Awards . A host of stars lit up the red carpet at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 30 min. ago
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	Blue Planet II reveals Portuguese man o’ war with giant tentacles
      Blue Planet II reveals Portuguese man o’ war with giant tentacles

    Blue Planet II reveals a jellyfish-like Portuguese man o’ war with giant 30 metre long stinging tentacles, that allegedly stung some of the Blue Plant II crew.

    Video | Mail Online / 31 min. ago
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	North Korea can develop US-bound missile this year
      North Korea can develop US-bound missile this year

    South Korea's spy agency said it is possible North Korea can develop an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the US mainland this year and that it is monitoring developments closely.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 34 min. ago
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	Bebe Rexha looks nearly nude in see-through black dress
      Bebe Rexha looks nearly nude in see-through black dress

    The 28-year-old songstress looked nearly nude in a strapless black dress which hugged her figure in all of the right places at the American Music Awards on Sunday evening.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 35 min. ago
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	Mother says placenta helped beat post-natal depression
      Mother says placenta helped beat post-natal depression

    Stephanie Gardner, 31, of Long Beach, California, feared she would be susceptible to postnatal depression when she fell pregnant  so ate placenta to ward off anxiety.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 35 min. ago
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	Outlander: Claire goes overboard for lover Jamie Fraser
      Outlander: Claire goes overboard for lover Jamie Fraser

    Claire Fraser really went overboard during Sunday's episode of Outlander for her 18th century Highland warrior lover.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 35 min. ago
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	Bruno Mars nabs a leading seven American Music Awards
      Bruno Mars nabs a leading seven American Music Awards

    The 32-year-old entertainer was the big winner at the 2017 American Music Awards held Sunday night at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 35 min. ago
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	Private car park operators gear up for 'Christmas bonanza'
      Private car park operators gear up for 'Christmas bonanza'

    Christmas shoppers who use the car have been warned to be 'very wary' about using private car parks during the festive period thanks to the snowballing number of fines in recent years.

    Money | Mail Online / 39 min. ago
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	Jamie Foxx lets loose dancing to live Diana Ross performance
      Jamie Foxx lets loose dancing to live Diana Ross performance

    Jamie Foxx was joined by his model daughter Corinne to the American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.

    Video | Mail Online / 39 min. ago
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	Bliss in Bali: Tranquility in a beautiful boutique hotel
      Bliss in Bali: Tranquility in a beautiful boutique hotel

    Bali has become synonymous with nightlife, but as Samantha Lewis discovers, if you head to the eastern side, that's where you'll find tranquility - and the beautiful Alila Manggis hotel.

    Travel | Mail Online / 41 min. ago
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	Real Housewives Of Atlanta: NeNe Leakes breaks down
      Real Housewives Of Atlanta: NeNe Leakes breaks down

    The 49-year-old reality star broke down in tears as her husband Gregg was hospitalized with a heart condition on Sunday night's episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 42 min. ago
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	Will I lose my widow's state pension by remarrying at 73?
      Will I lose my widow's state pension by remarrying at 73?

    I would like to know if I am going to lose my widow's state pension now that I have remarried. I am 73 years old and was married on September 1 this year.

    Money | Mail Online / 42 min. ago
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	SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: The sky is the limit for England
      SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: The sky is the limit for England

    SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: England’s win over Australia was the result and performance they needed to boost confidence ahead of what could be one of the most competitive Six Nations ever.

    Sport | Mail Online / 42 min. ago
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	Can tin foil behind your radiators cut energy bills?
      Can tin foil behind your radiators cut energy bills?

    The idea is simple - using a reflective foil behind your radiator will bounce heat back into the room, rather than letting it seep out through the walls. We ask an expert how much it could save on your bills

    Money | Mail Online / 43 min. ago
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	West Ham manager David Moyes calls for unity from fans
      West Ham manager David Moyes calls for unity from fans

    ADAM CRAFTON AT VICARAGE ROAD: David Moyes has pleaded with the West Ham support to get behind the club and called on his players to live up to their reputations after losing at Watford.

    Sport | Mail Online / 44 min. ago
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	Pogba, Lukaku and Lingard perform Anthony Martial's chant
      Pogba, Lukaku and Lingard perform Anthony Martial's chant

    After coming from behind to defeat Newcastle 4-1 on Saturday, Manchester United trio Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard couldn't contain their delight in a hilarious video.

    Sport | Mail Online / 45 min. ago
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	Reese Witherspoon and Ava Philippe leave a Hamilton show
      Reese Witherspoon and Ava Philippe leave a Hamilton show

    Reese Witherspoon and daughter Ava Philippe showed that the genes are strong in all generations of the women in their family as they stepped out of a Hamilton screening on Sunday

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 45 min. ago
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	10 free agents in Europe amid Lionel Messi's contract saga
      10 free agents in Europe amid Lionel Messi's contract saga

    With players plying their trade in Europe able to talk to Premier League clubs about pre-contract deals in January, here are 10 players who could be targeted by England's elite.

    Sport | Mail Online / 46 min. ago
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	Mail on Sunday Travel Ed Frank Barrett dispenses advice
      Mail on Sunday Travel Ed Frank Barrett dispenses advice

    The Travel Editor of The Mail On Sunday, Frank Barrett (pictured), decants advice on festive days to please visiting Swedes, cheap overseas summer holidays and reasonably priced winter getaways.

    Travel | Mail Online / 47 min. ago
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	Germany faces snap election after coalition talks crumble
      Germany faces snap election after coalition talks crumble

    Germany could be facing a snap election as Angela Merkel's Conservative union failed to form a coalition with another two parties after clashing on migration and climate change.

    News | Mail Online / 48 min. ago
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	Arsenal find their fire as defiant Mustafi sets the tone
      Arsenal find their fire as defiant Mustafi sets the tone

    MARTIN SAMUEL AT THE EMIRATES: The derby was done, but Shkodran Mustafi hadn't finished with his game face or the attitude that came with it. He bristled, he glowered, he was riled.

    Sport | Mail Online / 50 min. ago
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	Cutest bear family features in Heathrow Airport Christmas advert
      Cutest bear family features in Heathrow Airport Christmas advert

    Heathrow Airport have revealed their Christmas advert which features a cuddly bear family meeting and greeting each other after various flights

    Video | Mail Online / 50 min. ago
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	Paul Pogba: The £89million showman who inspired Man Utd
      Paul Pogba: The £89million showman who inspired Man Utd

    IAN LADYMAN AT OLD TRAFFORD: So here it was, a throwback Manchester United performance with the handbrake off, just when Jose Mourinho needed it most.

    Sport | Mail Online / 51 min. ago
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	Tottenham have to start thinking like a big club
      Tottenham have to start thinking like a big club

    JAMIE REDKNAPP: With Tottenham now trailing Pep Guardiola's side by 11 points in the title race, it is increasingly looking like a bad decision to sell Kyle Walker.

    Sport | Mail Online / 53 min. ago
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	Selfie video captures the moment spinning octopus ride breaks down
      Selfie video captures the moment spinning octopus ride breaks down

    A video selfie of the terrifying moment a fairground ride crashed at a Buddhist carnival in Samut Prakan, Thailand, injuring 15 people.

    Video | Mail Online / 58 min. ago
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	Tommy Fleetwood beats Justin Rose in Race to Dubai battle
      Tommy Fleetwood beats Justin Rose in Race to Dubai battle

    DEREK LAWRENSON IN DUBAI: Eighteen months ago, Tommy Fleetwood was struggling so badly with his game he wanted to pull out of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

    Sport | Mail Online / 1 h. 3 min. ago
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	Robert Barchi says anti-Semitism at Rutgers is protected
      Robert Barchi says anti-Semitism at Rutgers is protected

    Robert Barchi (pictured), the president of Rutgers University in New Jersey, argued that the recent rash of anti-Semitism on campus is protected by the First Amendment.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 1 h. 4 min. ago
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	England and Australia to play ODI at new Perth Stadium
      England and Australia to play ODI at new Perth Stadium

    England's one-day international against Australia in January will become the first sporting event to take place at the Perth Stadium. The match will take place on January 28.

    Sport | Mail Online / 1 h. 6 min. ago
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	All Blacks boss Hansen urges Scotland to be a major force
      All Blacks boss Hansen urges Scotland to be a major force

    ROB ROBERTSON EXCLUSIVE: All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has thrown down the gauntlet to Scotland to show they can be among the best teams in world rugby.

    Sport | Mail Online / 1 h. 8 min. ago
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	Dry skin, fatigue are signs that you need more protein
      Dry skin, fatigue are signs that you need more protein

    Protein is one of most important molecules for our body and a major building block for everything from our muscles and nails to our skin and hair. Are you getting enough of it?

    U.S. | Mail Online / 1 h. 9 min. ago
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	Terrifying moment spinning octopus ride collapses injuring 15
      Terrifying moment spinning octopus ride collapses injuring 15

    This is the horrifying moment fairground revellers scream in terror as 'overloaded' carriages on a spinning octopus ride crash to the ground injuring 15 people in Thailand.

    Video | Mail Online / 1 h. 10 min. ago
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	Finn Russell to leave Glasgow at the end of the season
      Finn Russell to leave Glasgow at the end of the season

    The news was announced on Sunday evening by the PRO14 outfit and will see Russell depart after a five-year stint at Scotstoun. Russell has been linked with a move to French club Racing 92.

    Sport | Mail Online / 1 h. 11 min. ago
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	Pochettino hits out at suggestions of a rift with Rose
      Pochettino hits out at suggestions of a rift with Rose

    MARTIN SAMUEL AT THE EMIRATES: Mauricio Pochettino has hit out at suggestions of a rift with Danny Rose, calling the stories 'opportunistic'.

    Sport | Mail Online / 1 h. 11 min. ago
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	Shanina Shaik reveals her beauty tips while on the fly
      Shanina Shaik reveals her beauty tips while on the fly

    The 26-year-old Australian model shared her favourite beauty hacks for staying fresh and glowing in the sky -  and there is no shortcut to having beautiful skin from takeoff to landing.

    Femail | Mail Online / 1 h. 14 min. ago
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	Piven seen in public for first time since 'breaking down'
      Piven seen in public for first time since 'breaking down'

    Jeremy Piven was spotted for the first time in public since 'breaking down in tears' and walking off the set of his new TV series in the wake of allegations he sexually abused or harassed four women.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 1 h. 18 min. ago
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	Huntswoman appears to batter saboteur with riding crop
      Huntswoman appears to batter saboteur with riding crop

    Shocking footage filmed by Brighton Hunt Sabs and posted on Facebook shows a hunt being disrupted by saboteurs and a huntswoman appearing to repeatedly whip a protester with her riding crop near the village of Pevensey.

    Video | Mail Online / 1 h. 20 min. ago
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	Pink defies gravity in American Music Awards performance
      Pink defies gravity in American Music Awards performance

    The singer, 38, put on her most epic display to date during Sunday night's American Music Awards at the Microsoft Center in downtown Los Angeles.

    U.S. | Mail Online / 1 h. 22 min. ago
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	Mystery remains over fate of Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe
      Mystery remains over fate of Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe

    Grace Mugabe, 53, has not been seen in public since the military seized power in Zimbabwe this week. She is reportedly being held at secret locations around the country.

    News | Mail Online / 1 h. 22 min. ago
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	Robert Mugabe's son posts defiant message on Facebook
      Robert Mugabe's son posts defiant message on Facebook

    Chatunga Mugabe, dictator Robert's first son with wife Grace, issued a defiant message on Facebook on Sunday just hours before his father refused to loosen his grip on power.

    News | Mail Online / 1 h. 23 min. ago
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	UK Weather: Britain will see flurries of snow this week
      UK Weather: Britain will see flurries of snow this week

    The first major snowfall of the season was expected to blanket parts of Scotland in around an inch of snow last night, with further flurries expected to hit over the course of the next few days.

    News | Mail Online / 1 h. 26 min. ago
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	What hope for us all with Dr Dolittle in No 11?
      What hope for us all with Dr Dolittle in No 11?

    The leaks about the Budget show us in advance what 11 Downing Street is thinking. But, says DOMINIC LAWSON, the evidence is that it is anything but joined up.

    News | Mail Online / 1 h. 28 min. ago
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	French police officer, 31, shoots his wife in the face
      French police officer, 31, shoots his wife in the face

    The horrific incident took place in the northern Paris suburb of Sarcelles on Saturday. Interior minister Gerard Collomb (pictured) said Arnaud Martin, 31, had gone 'off the rails'.

    News | Mail Online / 1 h. 29 min. ago
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	Sophie Guidolin swears by counting macros over dieting 
      Sophie Guidolin swears by counting macros over dieting 

    Australian nutritionist and PT Sophie Guidolin, opens up about how a realistic approach to health helps her to maintain her lifestyle. She also explained how counting macros is key.

    Femail | Mail Online / 1 h. 34 min. ago
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	Chloe Morello claims beauty bloggers are committing fraud
      Chloe Morello claims beauty bloggers are committing fraud

    Chloe has detailed her lengthy investigation in a 17-minute video on YouTube, in which she explained how 'fake' profiles had more likes than views on their posted videos.

    Femail | Mail Online / 1 h. 48 min. ago
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	Jenna Dewan Tatum turns heads in plunging gown at AMAs
      Jenna Dewan Tatum turns heads in plunging gown at AMAs

    The dancer and actress, 36, proudly displayed her knockout figure during Sunday's American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 1 h. 54 min. ago
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	What could Philip Hammond announce in 2017 Budget?
      What could Philip Hammond announce in 2017 Budget?

    Chancellor Philip Hammond has a battle on his hands to deliver a Budget next week that appeals to young voters while also keeping the core Conservative-voting public on side.

    Money | Mail Online / 1 h. 59 min. ago
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	Serial killer Charles Manson dies aged 83
      Serial killer Charles Manson dies aged 83

    Serial killer Charles Manson dies aged 83

    Video | Mail Online / 2 h. 10 min. ago
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	The £40 smart plaster that spots sepsis SIX hours early
      The £40 smart plaster that spots sepsis SIX hours early

    A smart plaster that detects the early signs of sepsis is to be fast-tracked into NHS hospitals as the gadget is earmarked for rapid adoption across England.

    News | Mail Online / 2 h. 13 min. ago
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	One in 10 towns and villages could lose free ATMs
      One in 10 towns and villages could lose free ATMs

    One in ten towns and villages in Britain may lose their free cash machines. RBS and Lloyds want a cut in the fees they pay when their customers use ATMs run by other firms.

    News | Mail Online / 2 h. 20 min. ago
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	Pink scowls Christina Aguilera's Whitney Houston tribute
      Pink scowls Christina Aguilera's Whitney Houston tribute

    The 38-year-old Just Like A Pill singer quickly took to Twitter to confront what some saw as her disdain toward her former industry foe at the American Music Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 2 h. 32 min. ago
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	Linkin Park pays tribute to Chester Bennington during AMAs win
      Linkin Park pays tribute to Chester Bennington during AMAs win

    Linkin Park pays tribute to their late band member Chester Bennington as they win the Favorite Artist - Alternative Rock award at the 2017 American Music Awards.

    Video | Mail Online / 2 h. 52 min. ago
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	The centenary of the Battle of Cambrai
      The centenary of the Battle of Cambrai

    The centenary of the Battle of Cambrai

    Video | Mail Online / 2 h. 54 min. ago
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	Demi Lovato performs 'Sorry Not Sorry' live at the 2017 AMAs
      Demi Lovato performs 'Sorry Not Sorry' live at the 2017 AMAs

    Pop singer and artist Demi Lovato performs her hit 'Sorry Not Sorry' live at the 2017 American Music Awards. AMAs

    Video | Mail Online / 3 h. 1 min. ago
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	Cult leader Charles Manson during his murder trial in 1969
      Cult leader Charles Manson during his murder trial in 1969

    Cult leader Charles Manson during his murder trial in 1969

    Video | Mail Online / 3 h. 18 min. ago
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	Schoolie taken to hospital after Gold Coast moped crash
      Schoolie taken to hospital after Gold Coast moped crash

    Schoolie is taken to hospital after she is left unconscious in a moped crash on the Gold Coast.

    Video | Mail Online / 3 h. 20 min. ago
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	'And here we go' Lais Ribiero teases moments before Fantasy Bra
      'And here we go' Lais Ribiero teases moments before Fantasy Bra

    'And here we go': Lais Ribiero teases moments before Fantasy Bra at 2017Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

    Video | Mail Online / 3 h. 35 min. ago
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	Meet the sisters who want to take on the surfing world
      Meet the sisters who want to take on the surfing world

    Mikaela, 23, and Eliza Greene, 20, want to become to women's surfing what the Williams sisters are to tennis - superstars. The Western Australian girls sat down with FEMAIL.

    Femail | Mail Online / 3 h. 43 min. ago
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	Woman who went blind as a teenager finds her independence 
      Woman who went blind as a teenager finds her independence 

    Liz Wheeler was just 18-years-old when she was diagnosed with the degenerative eye condition Retinitis Pigmentosa, but by 26 she was blind.

    Femail | Mail Online / 4 h. 27 min. ago
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	Stunning photographs reveal beauty hidden in laboratories
      Stunning photographs reveal beauty hidden in laboratories

    Metal peacock feathers, a partly constructed wooden clock and a 'nano man' are just some of the strikingly intricate images entered a photo competition at the University of Cambridge.

    Science | Mail Online / 7 h. 46 min. ago
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	Dietitian reveals tips to reduce childhood obesity
      Dietitian reveals tips to reduce childhood obesity

    With rising rates of obesity in Australia, dietitian Dr Joanna McMillan has revealed her top tips to reduce childhood obesity and keep the whole family fit and healthy.

    Femail | Mail Online / 7 h. 59 min. ago
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	Girls' school head warns of rise of the 'screenager'
      Girls' school head warns of rise of the 'screenager'

    Charlotte Avery, president of the Girls' Schools Association and head of St Mary's School, Cambridge, says childhood is being eroded by access to inappropriate content online.

    Science | Mail Online / 8 h. 36 min. ago
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	Jim Shelley on Blue Planet II
      Jim Shelley on Blue Planet II

    Blue Planet II proved Sir David Attenborough could still be as ruthless and patient as any predator in the series itself.

    Travel | Mail Online / 9 h. 2 min. ago
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	Do YOU know how many calories are in popular canapés?
      Do YOU know how many calories are in popular canapés?

    To help understand what they are consuming, Australian nutritionist Susie Burrell spoke to FEMAIL and revealed the calorie count behind some of the most popular party season canapés

    Femail | Mail Online / 9 h. 9 min. ago
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	Millions spied on by greedy top universities
      Millions spied on by greedy top universities

    All 24 Russell Group universities will be investigated by the information commissioner after it emerged they passed private data on alumni to wealth investigation firms.

    Money | Mail Online / 9 h. 53 min. ago
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	Sydney swinger couple teach adult sex classes
      Sydney swinger couple teach adult sex classes

    Bradford and Angela Atom sought out open relationships after their respective marriages ended. They found a perfect match in each other and left North Carolina for Sydney.

    Femail | Mail Online / 9 h. 57 min. ago
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	What your Zumba teacher REALLY thinks of you 
      What your Zumba teacher REALLY thinks of you 

    The anonymous Zumba instructor finds chatter in the class a distraction, as she finds some people just come for a catch up. She also finds it annoying when people nip off to the loo as she's giving a demo

    Femail | Mail Online / 10 h. 4 min. ago
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	This is what 68 looks like
      This is what 68 looks like

    Retreats runner and single mother of three Elaine Kingett, 68, says her combination of investing in her hair at a celebrity salon and maintaining a youthful outlook keeps her young.

    Femail | Mail Online / 10 h. 15 min. ago
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	Your next adventure: off-grid getaways
      Your next adventure: off-grid getaways

    For an undisturbed getaway in a picturesque setting visit Lundy in the Bristol Channel where there's no electricity or phone signal. The island of Vega and Herault also offer stunning stays.

    Femail | Mail Online / 10 h. 20 min. ago
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	Eek! My partner’s ex-wife won’t leave us alone 
      Eek! My partner’s ex-wife won’t leave us alone 

    This week an anonymous reader asks Janet Ellis for her advice on getting their partner to stop involving his ex wife in their relationship. Janet advises the reader to confront the problem.

    Femail | Mail Online / 10 h. 41 min. ago
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	Can I get rid of age spots and keep my freckles? 
      Can I get rid of age spots and keep my freckles? 

    An anonymous reader asks Dr Tracy Mountford for her advice on reducing the appearance of age spots and freckles on their face. Dr Tracy suggests using Cryotherapy to target the spots.

    Femail | Mail Online / 10 h. 50 min. ago
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	Blue Planet viewers vow to ditch plastic after BBC show
      Blue Planet viewers vow to ditch plastic after BBC show

    Emotional viewers of the BBC One programme took to Twitter to express their dismay at the state of the oceans after a pilot whale was filmed cradling her dead baby round the ocean.

    Science | Mail Online / 11 h. ago
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	LSE comes clean on departure of boss Xavier Rolet 
      LSE comes clean on departure of boss Xavier Rolet 

    LSE directors prepare to publish evidence they say shows outgoing boss Xavier Rolet was overly domineering.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 5 min. ago
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	Departing easyJet boss Carolyn McCall gets £5m farewell
      Departing easyJet boss Carolyn McCall gets £5m farewell

    The 56-year-old owns more than 328,000 shares in the airline, valued at £4.2million.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 17 min. ago
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	Ownership threat to care home firm Four Seasons
      Ownership threat to care home firm Four Seasons

    Care home operator Four Seasons is facing administration as its main lender and private equity owner clash in a £136million tug of war.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 17 min. ago
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	Ex-ARM Holdings chief: I regret Japan sale
      Ex-ARM Holdings chief: I regret Japan sale

    The firm reported earnings of £73million in the third quarter of the year, down from £90million a year ago as it felt the costs of a hiring spree.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 17 min. ago
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	TRADERS TIPS:City insiders say buy SafeCharge but sell GKN
      TRADERS TIPS:City insiders say buy SafeCharge but sell GKN

    Growth in the payment sector prompted Berenberg analysts to reinstate a ‘Buy’ rating on SafeCharge. Panmure Gordon has placed a ‘Sell’ rating on GKN.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 17 min. ago
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	Firm behind Moshi Monsters secures £760k in funding
      Firm behind Moshi Monsters secures £760k in funding

    It’s the conpany’s second bailout, having secured £1.2million to pay high-interest loans in April.

    Money | Mail Online / 11 h. 18 min. ago
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	Ship reappears on California beach
      Ship reappears on California beach

    The abandoned Lyubov Orlova has been missing since it cut adrift while being towed from Canada nearly a year ago.

    Science | Mail Online / 12 h. 9 min. ago
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	Exeter couple sell household appliances from 50 years ago
      Exeter couple sell household appliances from 50 years ago

    Sydney and Rachel Saunders, 83 and 81, from Exeter, Devon, are selling their tumble dryer, boiler, cooker and washing machine which date back to 1956 and have been working ever since.

    Science | Mail Online / 15 h. 25 min. ago
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	Facebook admits it was targeted by Russian trolls
      Facebook admits it was targeted by Russian trolls

    Facebook has admitted what has long been suspected – that it was also targeted by Russian trolls in the run-up to last year’s Brexit referendum.

    Science | Mail Online / 20 h. 18 min. ago
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	Budget 2017: Hammond vows for driverless cars by 2021
      Budget 2017: Hammond vows for driverless cars by 2021

    The Chancellor has made clear his crucial financial package this week will be a rallying cry for Britain to take the lead on technology.

    Science | Mail Online / 20 h. 30 min. ago
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	Move over San Francisco - all eyes on Oakland
      Move over San Francisco - all eyes on Oakland

    Oakland spent much of the 20th century lost in the shadow of its immediate neighbour San Francisco. But it is increasingly making a name for itself in the 21st - as Ella Buchan discovers.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 3 h. 51 min. ago
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	Jamie Oliver criticises parents to let girls share 'porno'
      Jamie Oliver criticises parents to let girls share 'porno'

    Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver (pictured with his wife and two of his daughters) has now banned his 14-year-old daughter from posting selfies, and compares the trend to pornography.

    Science | Mail Online / 1 d. 5 h. 26 min. ago
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	The secret Hollywood Eyes Wide Shut-style erotica club
      The secret Hollywood Eyes Wide Shut-style erotica club

    The LA venue, Carondelet House, hosts the night and puts on a show called Nuit Blanche - a world class sexually charged 1920's performance - and five course black tie dinner.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 8 h. 23 min. ago
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	Weatherman reveals simple hack to defrost your windscreen
      Weatherman reveals simple hack to defrost your windscreen

    Meteorologist Ken Weathers, who is an East Tennessee WATE 6 News weatherman, posted a home video on YouTube that's racked up hundreds of thousands of views.

    Science | Mail Online / 1 d. 9 h. 44 min. ago
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	Trump reverses elephant trophy decision post public outcry
      Trump reverses elephant trophy decision post public outcry

    President Trump said Friday he will uphold a ban on importing trophies of elephants hunted and killed in Zimbabwe, pending further review, reversing his own administration's decision from a day earlier.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 11 h. 27 min. ago
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	Kristina Rihanoff relaxes at a Turkish resort
      Kristina Rihanoff relaxes at a Turkish resort

    Kristina Rihanoff and Ben Cohen waltz into the Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa in Belek for what proves to be a fantastic family holiday.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 11 h. 40 min. ago
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	The ships that recreate the golden age of ocean liners
      The ships that recreate the golden age of ocean liners

    Although the great age of ocean liners has passed, you can recreate the glamour of crossing the Atlantic aboard some of today’s stylish ships. Here’s Caroline Hendrie's pick of the best…

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 11 h. 40 min. ago
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	Mariella Frostrup revels in the delights of Sri Lanka
      Mariella Frostrup revels in the delights of Sri Lanka

    Mariella Frostrup finds Sri Lanka to be an exuberant, historically fascinating and welcoming country during a two-week road trip from east to south, taking in Yala National Park and the Ceylon Tea Trails.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 11 h. 41 min. ago
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	Tignes angst and the perils of too much snow
      Tignes angst and the perils of too much snow

    The Mail on Sunday's Andrew Davies dons his skis in the French resort of Tignes, but finds himself feeling a bit anxious about unseen precipices during a heavy snowfall.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 11 h. 41 min. ago
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	Joining Game of Thrones star Iain Glenn in Champoluc
      Joining Game of Thrones star Iain Glenn in Champoluc

    MailOnline's David Dillon descended on the charming village of Champoluc on a Ski 2 break with his family. And found Iain Glenn there, showing off his snowman-making skills.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 13 h. 20 min. ago
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	Exploring remains of Britain's supervolcano in Scotland
      Exploring remains of Britain's supervolcano in Scotland

    Step back in time to Britain's fiery past with this round-up of volcanic remains scattered across the country, including Glen Coe, Ben Nevis and Mount Snowdon.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 14 h. 3 min. ago
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	Review of Virgin Atlantic's upper class Dreamliner cabin
      Review of Virgin Atlantic's upper class Dreamliner cabin

    MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill flew upper class from London to Johannesburg and back and here reveals what sort of bells and whistles the well-heeled can expect for their money.

    Travel | Mail Online / 1 d. 16 h. 28 min. ago
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	Return of the Polar Vortex to bring a frigid winter 
      Return of the Polar Vortex to bring a frigid winter 

    A new report from the National Science Foundation predicts an exceptionally cold winter with the return of the Polar Vortex.

    Science | Mail Online / 1 d. 20 h. ago
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	Nurse who refused to leave Manchester Arena bomb victim
      Nurse who refused to leave Manchester Arena bomb victim

    This week's health hero nominee is nurse Jess Haskins, 33, who helped Manchester bomb victim Adam Lawler, 15. His family believe he wouldn't be as well as he is now without her.

    Health | Mail Online / 1 d. 20 h. 35 min. ago
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	Up to 8,000 women to benefit from new cancer drug
      Up to 8,000 women to benefit from new cancer drug

    The drugs are hailed as the ‘closest thing to a cure’ for women with incurable breast cancer. Vikki Orvice (pictured), from St Albans, has been able to work full-time thanks to the wonder drugs.

    Health | Mail Online / 1 d. 20 h. 51 min. ago
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	ITV's Victoria prompts debate over Prince Albert's death
      ITV's Victoria prompts debate over Prince Albert's death

    The public were sceptical over Albert's official cause of death which was typhoid fever. But there were no reported cases anywhere Albert visited before death. Did his doctors misdiagnose him?

    Health | Mail Online / 1 d. 21 h. 47 min. ago
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	Conspiracy theorists claim Nibiru will destroy Earth
      Conspiracy theorists claim Nibiru will destroy Earth

    A team of conspiracy theorists claim that recent natural disasters on Earth, including the recent earthquakes in Florida and Puerto Rico, are a sign the world is about to end.

    Science | Mail Online / 2 d. 0 h. 49 min. ago
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	Anorexic woman finds out what the disease has done to her
      Anorexic woman finds out what the disease has done to her

    In this extract of The Doctors, shared ahead of Monday's episode, Stephanie weeps as she asks the experts for help to recover from the disease which she has battled since she was 13.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 2 h. 34 min. ago
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	NHS considers deliberate three-month waits for routine ops
      NHS considers deliberate three-month waits for routine ops

    The scheme is being considered by five health trusts in the East Midlands and Greater Manchester which collectively cover almost one million patients.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 3 h. 17 min. ago
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	Johnson & Johnson wins cancer lawsuit in California
      Johnson & Johnson wins cancer lawsuit in California

    Meanwhile, J&J faces lawsuits by around 5,500 plaintiffs nationally asserting talc-related claims, largely saying it failed to warn women about the risk of ovarian cancer from the products.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 4 h. 16 min. ago
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	Fourteen signs your daughter may have ADHD
      Fourteen signs your daughter may have ADHD

    As a psychologist in clinical practice, Meadow Schroeder of the University of Calgary has see many girls and women with ADHD mistakenly prescribed medication for anxiety.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 7 h. 8 min. ago
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	Navy apologizes after pilot draws penises in the sky
      Navy apologizes after pilot draws penises in the sky

    Navy officials are failing to see the funny side of the efforts of a mischievous pilot who drew enormous penises in the sky above Washington this week.  

    Science | Mail Online / 2 d. 8 h. 10 min. ago
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	Georgia nurses laugh as WW2 veteran dies in video
      Georgia nurses laugh as WW2 veteran dies in video

    The incident in 2014 sparked a three-year legal battle between Dempsey's family in Woodstock, Georgia, and Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center - until the video emerged.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 8 h. 27 min. ago
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	Dogs slash the risk of a premature death by a third
      Dogs slash the risk of a premature death by a third

    Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, found older people who live alone are 33 per cent less likely to die over the next 12 years if they own a dog, with heart disease deaths going down by 36 per cent.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 8 h. 51 min. ago
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	Your parents' lifestyles affect your health even as adults
      Your parents' lifestyles affect your health even as adults

    Sandy Tubeuf, of the University of Leeds, warns her research on 21,000 people from 13 countries shows it may be harder for some than others to simply lose weight or quit smoking.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 8 h. 51 min. ago
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	Duchenne muscular dystrophy sufferers cannot walk
      Duchenne muscular dystrophy sufferers cannot walk

    Brothers Elliot Johnson, 14, and Henry, 11, from Pennsylvania fear they won't be able to walk again after the FDA pulled the drugs that have kept their rare muscle disorder under control.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 10 h. 34 min. ago
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	Girl with rare 'childhood Alzheimer's' turns 8
      Girl with rare 'childhood Alzheimer's' turns 8

    Eliza O'Neill, eight, suffers from Sanfilippo syndrome, known as childhood Alzheimers, which results in toxic waste in the brain. Her family began a foundation in South Carolina to find a cure.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 12 h. 4 min. ago
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	Just 10% of Americans eat enough fruit and vegetables
      Just 10% of Americans eat enough fruit and vegetables

    US federal guidelines recommend eating at least two pieces of fruit and three small servings of vegetables - or a large salad - a day. But a CDC report shows just a fraction of people do this.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 12 h. 34 min. ago
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	Green tea supplements warning after teen's organ damage
      Green tea supplements warning after teen's organ damage

    Health Canada has ordered stronger warnings on green tea extract product labels after Madeline Papineau, 17,took ill. Scores of cases have been reported in the media worldwide.

    Health | Mail Online / 2 d. 13 h. 21 min. ago
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	Justice League review: A crime against Cinema
      Justice League review: A crime against Cinema

    Audiences flocked to see it. But Justice League, the fifth film in the DC series, makes it worth flocking in the opposite direction. Sadly, the universe might not be extended enough to avoid it.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 3 d. 5 h. 39 min. ago
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	Tina Turner agrees to Kobna Holdbrook-Smith casting
      Tina Turner agrees to Kobna Holdbrook-Smith casting

    Tina agreed to the casting of Kobna Holdbrook-Smith to play singer and music arranger Ike Turner, who controlled Tina physically, mentally and legally for over two decades, in the musical TINA.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 3 d. 8 h. 24 min. ago
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	Kenny Dalglish documentary is moving and illuminating
      Kenny Dalglish documentary is moving and illuminating

    Kenny tells the life story of Kenny Dalglish, the Glaswegian who became synonymous with Liverpool and was present at three of British football’s worst calamities: Ibrox, Heysel and Hillsborough.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 3 d. 8 h. 30 min. ago
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	Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe reunite for The King And I
      Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe reunite for The King And I

    The production, directed by Bartlett Sher, waltzes into the London Palladium for a season from June 21, 2018 (as this column was first to reveal).

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 3 d. 8 h. 47 min. ago
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	Florence Pugh to star in The Little Drummer Girl on TV
      Florence Pugh to star in The Little Drummer Girl on TV

    Pugh, 21, will play Charlie — a young thespian who is recruited by an Israeli spy chief and persuaded to become a double agent.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 16 d. 23 h. 9 min. ago
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	BRIAN VINER watches the insightful documentary 78/52
      BRIAN VINER watches the insightful documentary 78/52

    The strangely-titled 78/52 analyses the making of Alfred Hitchcock’s great film Psycho, released in 1960, and in particular the famously alarming shower scene, writes BRIAN VINER.

    Showbiz | Mail Online / 17 d. 7 h. 43 min. ago