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Bill Cosby has been sentenced to between three to 10 years in state prison for drugging and molesting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home more than a decade ago. Judge Steven O'Neill handed down Cosby's sentence on Tuesday afternoon.  The 81-year-old will also appear on the sex offender register after the judge earlier declared that he is a 'sexually violent predator'. The classification means that Cosby must undergo lifetime counseling and report quarterly to authorities. His name will also appear on a sex-offender registry sent to neighbors, schools and victims.

UN LAUGHS at Trump: President says 'I didn't expect that reaction' after giggles greeted his boasts about a year of success before he delivers impassioned speech in favor of patriotism over globalization

Donald Trump 's opening remarks at the United Nations today drew laughter from world leaders bracing for a braggadocios address. Trump claimed that in remarks that were written for him that 'in less than two years my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.' As if reading the speech for the first time, he chimed in with a, 'so true,' leading to laughter from international leaders. He smiled, taking in stride, and proclaimed, 'didn't expect that reaction but that's OK,' before moving on the extraordinary progress he says he's overseen in the U.S.

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The full text of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's exit statement was revealed on Tuesday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions ready to praise his work.   

Actor Tom Arnold told Megyn Kelly on Tuesday he has seen and heard the tapes that allegedly show Donald Trump saying the N-word on The Apprentice set.

Emotional Asia Argento tells DailyMailTV Jimmy Bennett assaulted HER and Anthony Bourdain paid to get child actor 'out of their lives'

Asia Argento uses an emotional DailyMailTV interview to tell her side of her feud with Rose McGowan which has split the MeToo movement. Argento, 43, speaks out for first time since Anthony Bourdain's suicide to describe how McGowan's partner Rain Dove (together, top right) made false claims about his death, falsely telling her how he died with a prostitute when he relapsed on heroin - and Dove gave her fake 'ashes' to back up the false claims. Argento also speaks out emotionally to Laura Collins about Jimmy Bennett, with whom she had sex when he was 17 - which is underage in California - and she was 37. Argento doubles down on claim that she was the victim and that he 'jumped her'.

Pareisha Johnson, 30, was arrested in Memphis Monday on a charge of aggravated statutory rape after allegedly admitting to performing a sex act on her juvenile male family member at her home.

Woman who signed letter supporting Kavanaugh learns he allegedly boasted about 'hooking

Renate Dolphin (right, as a senior in high school in 1983), who signed a letter in support of US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (left), has learned there was a running 'joke about hooking up with her' in his high school yearbook. Kavanaugh was one of 13 graduating seniors who referred to being 'Renate Alumnius' (inset) in some way in their Georgetown Preparatory school senior yearbook. The references shed light into the mindset of a teenage Kavanaugh, an age at which he's accused by two women of committing sexual assault and misconduct. Kavanaugh has denied all claims of sexual misconduct and assault.

Kavanaugh's Yale roommate believes the woman accusing him

James Roche admitted he never saw Kavanaugh engage in any sexual misconduct against Debbie Ramirez but says he believes her based on his knowledge of Kavanaugh's character. Roche who is now CEO of a software company, says Ramirez 'stood out as being exceptionally honest and gentle' while Kavanaugh was a notorious heavy drinker.

Demonstrators ambushed Ted Cruz and his wife in Fiola, a restaurant a few hundreds yards from the US Capitol, surrounding his table shouting 'We believe survivors', which prompted them to leave.

President Trump is attacking Debbie Ramirez, the second accuser of Brett Kavanaugh, as admitting to being drunk and raged against a 'con game' Democrats are playing with confirmation.

Padma Lakshmi reveals painful experience

Padma Lakshmi has talked about her horrfying experience when she was raped at the age of 16 by her boyfriend who was 23-years-old at the time. The 48-year-old TV star wrote about the assault in an op-ed for The New York Times. And the Top Chef star explained why she never never reported the incident to the police.

Ian Rylett, 55-year-old man who co-founded the YouTube channel, was arrested and charged in Florida, after police were called to his hotel room following an incident that occurred on August 16.

The 48-year-old mother-of-four had kept an intimate diary on her computer during her time working for Dutch low-cost airline Transavia, which is owned by KLM/Air France.

Meghan goes solo! Duchess of Sussex arrives for the opening of a major Royal Academy art exhibition in her first royal engagement without Prince Harry

The Duchess of Sussex (pictured) stepped out solo as a member of the Royal Family for the first time tonight as she attended an art exhibition in London. Meghan left her husband, Prince Harry, at home as she visited the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly for the opening of 'Oceania', the first ever major survey of Oceanic art to be held in the United Kingdom. Until now the newest royal has always stepped out on official engagements with her husband or another member of the Royal Family - including the Queen - by her side. But her training as an actress, not to mention her sense of style and confidence, has already earned her plaudits. The Oceania exhibition celebrates the art of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia, encompassing the vast Pacific region including New Guinea, Easter Island, Hawaii and New Zealand.

William Winters Leverett, 27, walked into a police station last Thursday with people from his church to confess to killing Melissa Millan, a 54-year-old insurance executive, in Simsbury, Connecticut.

The U.S. divorce rate fell 18 percent from 2008-2016, according to a new study. Millennials, and women in particular, are driving the trend by waiting longer to marry, researchers found.

Trump siblings Ivanka, Tiffany, and Eric show support for their father at the United

Ivanka, 36, Eric, 34, and Tiffany, 24, were seen sitting together at the United Nations Headquarters in New York during President Donald Trump's speech (inset). Ivanka and Eric were joined by their respective spouses Jared Kushner and Lara Trump, who were seated next to them in the aisle. Eric took to Twitter before their father's speech to share a photo of himself posed with his wife, sisters, and brother-in-law (right), writing: 'United Nations Time #USA.' Earlier in the day, Ivanka and Jared were seen battling the rain as they left the Park Avenue apartment building (left).

President Trump won't meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during his time at the United Nations General Assembly meeting and blasted the country in his speech to delegates.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders isn't offering any reassurances special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe will continue if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein leaves.

Addressing the opening session of the UN General Assembly in New York, Antonio Guterres said trust in the rules-based global order and among states was 'at a breaking point'.

Deputy trade negotiator Wang Shouwen made the comments at a press conference in Beijing at which a Chinese government published a policy paper accusing the US of 'trade bullyism'.

Trump tells world leaders 'many of you are now friends' at luncheon where he toasts with a

Donald Trump said in a toast on Tuesday at the United Nations that the body feels 'like home' after a rocky reception from international leaders when he was elected. Trump said in a toast, which the non-alcoholic president made with a Diet Coke, that the United Nations 'has this incredible potential to bring people together' and that is evidenced by 'certain things we're doing now toward world peace.' 'Many of you are now friends,' he told his counterparts. 'When I first came here, even though I lived in New York, it was a little bit of a foreign territory to me, the United Nations. But now it's like home. But so many great people, so many great leaders in this room. And a lot of terrific things are happening.'

The prosecutor's office in the south Paris suburb of Evry said the incident occurred last Wednesday. France's Equality Minister Marlene Schiappa (pictured) steered the new law through parliament.

Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University are working on a system that would replace traffic lights with virtual ones - with stop and go signals appearing directly on the windshield or dashboard.

Veteran sports anchors Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer were selected as the broadcast team for all 11 Thursday night football games this season to be aired by Amazon Prime streaming service.

'F**k you all!' Entourage actor Jeremy Piven stuns domestic violence and human trafficking survivors by going on foul-mouthed rant after his vulgar and sexual jokes fall flat while hosting charity event

Jeremy Piven told jokes about sex acts and rehearsing vulgar acting material with his mother while hosting a fund-raising gala at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Saturday. Some guests were surprised that Piven, who has had multiple accusations of sexual abuse leveled against him, agreed to host the $450 a seat event. However the star, most famous for his role as Ari Gold on the hit show Entourage, was not happy that his material was greeted with very little laughter. Reacting to the poor response, he ranted: 'This is a tough room by the way. Tough room. Oh I knew it. I knew it. I just decided I'm doing a two hour set because you're not giving me love. So f*** you all.'

Womb raider tells court that boyfriend pressured her to get baby

Brooke Crews (bottom right) testified on Tuesday in a Fargo, North Dakota courtroom, where her ex-boyfriend William Hoehn (top right in pink) is fighting murder conspiracy charges in the August 2017 death of Savanna Greywind, 22 (main). Hoehn has admitted helping to cover up the crime, but says he didn't know that Crews had planned to kill Greywind and take her baby. Crying and sniffling throughout her testimony, Crews told the court that she had lied to Hoehn that she was pregnant in order to save their relationship, which she described as as rocky and violent, saying it was fueled by drugs and alcohol.

Arthur Perrault is scheduled Tuesday to appear in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque for a detention hearing. The civil suit brought on by Ken Wolter helped launched the criminal case against.

Vision Direct optometrist Brendan O'Brien explains which daily habits can damage your eyes and what we should do to keep them healthy.

Sarah Palin’s son Track seen mopping up at a Salvation Army thrift store for community

Track Palin (left) beat up his father Todd so severely it left him bleeding from the head, resulting in him being sentenced to community service. Video shows Track mopping the floor of the Salvation Army store in Wasilla, Alaska (right). A source revealed as part of the program - which involves treatment and court monitoring - he worked three shifts at the charity store. The insider said: 'His community service was cleaning bathrooms, sweeping floors and picking up and hanging clothes.' Police arrested Track - the son of Sarah Palin (together with Todd, Track and other family members inset) - following the attack last December. But he was let off with a slap on the wrist after admitting misdemeanor criminal trespass as part of a plea deal.

Microsoft has launched a new tool for its workplace chat app, Teams, which allows video conference participants to blur their background. It uses AI to be able to detect a person's face.

That's not how this show ends! Two female contestants on The Bachelor Vietnam ditch their eligible date - after falling in love with EACH OTHER 

A surprise plot twist in the Vietnamese version of The Bachelor saw two female contestants, Minh Thu and Truc Nhu, confess their attraction to each other in front of the man they were trying to win the heart of. The clip of the moment, which sees one of the women begging the other to 'come home with me' has gone viral. (Pictured from left: Contestant Minh Thu on the Bachelor. Right: Minh asks fellow contestant Truc Nhu to come home with her. Inset: The Vietnamese Bachelor, Quoc Trung )

A self-proclaimed mommy blogger from Grand Island, New York, has been charged with shaking her boyfriend's baby daughter until she passed out and eventually died of her injuries.

Franklin Freddy Meave Vazquez, 27, is charged with murder in the Sunday attack on board the Captain Billy Haver, which was trawling the waters about 55 miles off Massachusetts.

Rare pinup photos o Marilyn Monroe set  auction

Richard C. Miller took this rarely-seen series of portraits of brunette starlet Norma Jean in 1946 when she was an up-and-coming Armed Forces pinup. Miller (seen in a 'selfie' with the star) was one of the first photographers to work with Norma Jeane during this early period in her blossoming modeling career with the Blue Book Modeling Agency. Among the many images that Miller made of her, one photograph depicts Norma Jeane wearing the wedding dress from her first marriage. 'I had no idea when I was taking these pictures that she would become famous and that the pictures would become valuable,' Miller would later say. 'She was just a nice, sweet attractive girl with outrageous ambitions.' The entire collection goes under the hammer at Santa Monica Auctions on Sunday October 7 with an estimate of between $60,000 and $80,000.

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Google about to get more personalized thanks to the new 'Discover' feed, which will show users curated content like news, sport highlights and YouTube videos based on their interests.

Amarin claims that its prescription fish oil capsules reduce the risks of heart attack and stroke by 25% based on a global trial of more than 8,000 people, but doctors question the results.

Jason deCaires Taylor's 'tidal' gallery at Maldives resort destroyed

The gallery at the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi that opened in July featured semi-submerged exhibits that disappeared and reappeared as the tide went in and out. But Abdulla Yameen, the outgoing president of the tourist nation, ordered the sculptures to be demolished by police (pictured on the right).

When in the business of health, practicing what you preach is paramount in order to maintaining success. For nutritionist Shannon Young, her diet is based on balance, and one rule she won't break.

American fashion giant Michael Kors is buying Versace for $2.1billion including debt, the company announced Tuesday. Michael Kors will also change its name to Capri Holdings.

Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf is dating FKA Twigs as he splits from long-term love Mia

Shia LaBeouf is dating British singer FKA Twigs who he met on new film Honey Boy in LA earlier this year. British singer Twigs, 30, (pictured left and right) confirmed today that the pair were dating and said that they were 'very happy'. La Beouf, 32, has split from his long-term love British actress Mia Goth (inset right), whom he 'married' in a commitment ceremony in Las Vegas two years ago. Friends have confirmed that Mia, 24, has ended the relationship and is planning to buy a £10m home in Notting Hill that she intends to renovate. Twigs, from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, was engaged to Twilight star Robert Pattinson (inset left) until they separated last year

Karl Wiggins, 54, of Liberty, Texas, was diagnosed with Brugada syndrome in March. The condition occurs when there are irregular heart rhythms in the lower chambers.

BoredPanda gallery captures people with the worst luck

A new gallery compiled by BoredPanda features snaps people have shared of their most disastrous days - and they're bound to put your own mundane misfortunes into perspective. Pictured clockwise from top left: a sleeping man dropped his pizza on the train, the bird who died on a laptop after flying through an open window, auto-correct causing relationship woes, a kitten choosing a child as it's bathroom, a car suspended on a block of ice and the man who didn't receive any birthday wishes.

Baltimore's homicide rate tops that of any other US city with a population over 500,000, beating out Detroit; Memphis, Tennessee; Chicago; Philadelphia and Milwaukee.

The streaming service is releasing the second chapter in the Wisconsin man's life story after the first docuseries won four Emmys in 2016 for filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos.

Teacher says she was fired for refusing to give credit to students who didn't do their

Newly hired history teacher Diane Tirado, 52, was fired from West Gate K-8 School in Port St Lucie, Florida, on September 14, allegedly for refusing to follow the school's 'no zero' grading policy, requiring teachers to give students no less than a 50-per cent grade on assignments. Before leaving, she left a note on a whiteboard for her eighth-grade class explaining her firing.

Less than 62 percent of murders were solved in 2017, according to new FBI data. In addition, nearly half (47 percent) of aggravated assaults and 65.5 percent of rapes were solved last year.


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The mystery of the identity of a model who posed for the most scandalous painting of the 19th century, Gustave Courbet's 'L'Origine du monde' has finally been solved, experts say.

The NFL's new roughing-the-passer rule has been thrust into the spotlight after Week 3 after Miami Dolphins defensive end William Hayes suffered a season-ending injury trying to avoid the penalty.

Former lover Jackie Jerome Rogers, 35, was found guilty of murder by a Los Angeles jury on Monday for killing his nursing teacher Lisa Marie Naegle, 36, who tried to break up with him.

The 48-year-old mother-of-four had kept an intimate diary on her computer during her time working for Dutch low-cost airline Transavia, which is owned by KLM/Air France.

Professor Matthew Green from the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute revealed that people could mistakenly activate 'sync' which means the browser can log users' behaviour.

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh found people aged over 60 are not as skilled as 20-somethings at choosing relevant parts of information to bring up in conversation. (Stock)

Sabina Henderson, seven, was attending a retirement party for her grandfather at the Seven Elms Farm in Purceville, Virginia, when she was crushed by the tree.

The apps, entitled Home and City, were created by the Washington DC based space agency to let you explore some of the 'spinoff' technologies that have their roots in space exploration.

NFL executive sues her late husband's kids for swindling her money

NFL senior vice president Michelle McKenna, 52, is suing the children of her late husband Patrick Doyle (together left) who passed in 2017. She claims they hid the fact that their father never officially divorced their mother yet they accepted thousands of dollars from McKenna in what she thought was a stepchild-parent relationship. McKenna learned her marriage was a sham in May when Patrick's ex-wife Bernadette Doyle revealed that her divorce was overturned in 2012. McKenna filed a lawsuit in Manhattan on Monday against Bradley (right) and Lauren Doyle and their father's estate for more than $30million in damages.

Dunkin' Donuts announced that it will change its name to simply 'Dunkin' starting in January to reflect a company effort to focus more on coffee and drinks.

Inspire Brands, which also owns Buffalo Wild Wings and Rusty Taco, said on Tuesday that Sonic's board of directors had unanimously approved the deal, which includes about $1.57 billion in cash.

Robert Rogers, who represents the fired officer, Amber Guyger, said Monday night that Police Chief U. Renee Hall 'bowed to pressure from anti-police groups and took action prematurely'.

The 60-year-old British singer cancelled his performance in Cleveland, Ohio, and took to Twitter to state that he and his team 'are all devastated by the fatal accident'.

The active ingredient in Roundup is glyphosphate which causes bees to lose some of the beneficial bacteria in their guts, according to scientists from the University of Texas at Austin.

Pancreatic cancer is so deadly because its location makes it difficult to catch early and because it becomes chemo resistant. But a new drug developed by Cedars-Sinai Medical center may change that.

Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University are working on a system that would replace traffic lights with virtual ones - with stop and go signals appearing directly on the windshield or dashboard.

Law student, 20, pours water mixed with BLEACH on to men's groins on the Russian metro to stop them from 'manspreading'

Anna Dovgalyuk, 20, from Russia, accuses men of 'gender aggression'. The social activist complains that males sitting with their legs spread wide on public transport are guilty of 'a disgusting act that is being fought around the world - but hushed up here'. The concoction she pours on men's groins leaves permanent stains on their clothes. Miss Dovgalyuk said: 'This solution is 30 times more concentrated than the mixture used by housewives when doing the laundry.

The spike in congenital syphilis mirrors the uptick in men and women contracting the condition nationwide, less than two decades after many thought the disease was all but eliminated.

Researchers from the University of Glasgow found that the unnamed test is able to diagnose disorders that are caused by problems with the blood vessels that supply the heart.

Kristin Day, 36, of Pine River, Minnesota, met a stranger in a bar who told her he was on dialysis and in need of a kidney transplant. After just two hours of talking to him, Day offered to donate.

Research by the University of Michigan has revealed that when the brain sends a signal for the body to stop eating it often triggers the overpowering signal for it to carry on at the same time.

An Iranian media outlet close to the country's hard-line Revolutionary Guard has threatened the capitals of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates with ballistic missile attacks.

Flasher is SPARED jail despite shocking video that shows him chasing an 18-year-old female student while naked

The Mexico City justice system released a 37-year-old old naked man from jail after video surveillance footage shows him harassing an 18-year-old female who was on her way to her university the morning of September 10. The unnamed woman said the nude man, identified by media outlets as Jonathan 'N', had approached her and said hi before she ignored him and kept walking. She recalled the man then met her a block ahead and was standing near his car. She crossed to the other side walk and he tried to cut her path off before he made a beeline for her and chased her. Her screams woke up nearby residents before he escaped in his vehicle. He was detained by investigators and released on September 21. A judge ordered him to make a weekly court visit during the two-month investigation period.

Enthralling time warp footage shows an Eastern rat snake swallowing a whole chicken's egg without cracking the shell. The footage was taken in a living room in Fort Benning, Georgia.

Speaking on tour in Estonia, he said the Church must change its ways if it wants to keep future generations. He said he knew many youths felt the church had nothing to offer them.

Ilya Vett, 47, of Brooklyn, New York, was charged with attempted criminal possession of a weapon after allegedly being found attempting to make the untraceable plastic gun with a 3-D printer.

The Pakyong Airport near Gangtok is the first to open in the Sikkim state and is close to the mountainous region of the Indian Himalayas and near to Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal.

Can YOU spot the pencil among the books?

A new frustrating new puzzle is challenging the web to spot the pencil hidden somewhere among these colourful books. With the busy image, commissioned by Exam Papers Plus, made up of a minimal colour palette, the minuscule pencil almost impossible to spot. The record time for finding the hidden object currently stands at 19 seconds.

Called 'OmniSkin,' Yale scientists developed a flexible elastic that can be fitted to stuffed toys and a variety of inanimate objects and, thanks to sensors and actuators, enable them to move.

Researchers from Turku University Hospital in Finland found over 60 per cent of appendicitis patients who are treated with antibiotics do not need surgery to remove the organ afterwards.

Speaking at a Lakers media day on Monday, James denied rumors that his big move was motivated by his fledgling acting career - despite a multi-million dollar deal with Warner Bros Studio.

The 'My Move' feature allows women to choose in their settings that only they can start a conversation with a male match after both have approved each other with Tinder's swiping function.

Dr Gill Hart, a biochemist at British food intolerance testing firm YorkTest, claims parents should not automatically assume their youngsters are being picky.

The former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan is poised to begin the chemical castration of convicted paedophiles after the country passed a law enabling the practice earlier this year.

TV journalist Thuku Kariuki and his local aide were left on the ground after being tossed from the back of an angry camel while recording a news segment on a camel derby in Samburu, Kenya.

Unemployed worker's touching HANDWRITTEN resume goes viral after he couldn't afford to

Carlos Duarte, 21, left, who is hunting for work approached cafe worker, Eugenia Lopez, in Cordoba, Argentina. He explained he couldn't afford the minor expense of printing his resume so she had an idea: scribble it on a piece of paper.He closed the resume by thanking Lopez for accepting it and asked if she could forgive him for turning in the resume on a the handwritten note. Impressed by Duarte's penmanship, Lopez, shared her fellow Argentine's resume on her Instagram and Facebook account. It has since gone viral and Duarte's phone has not stopped ringing with countless job offers.

Images show Nazi battleship SMS Schleswig-Holstein sending shots blazing towards Danzig harbour on Poland's Westerplatte peninsula early on September 1 1939.

Researchers from Western Connecticut State University found that when on a date, 10 percent of people worry their gluten-free other half would judge them based on what they were eating.

The German court ruled that Hartmut Hopp, 74, could not be jailed because the evidence the Chilean court had provided against him fell short of that required under German judicial standards.

Noah, 22, stars in two popular Netflix teen movies and has become an overnight star. He was cast in a new photo series by Australian-born photographer and artist Sarah Bahbah.

A father has been caught and fined after carrying five children on his motorbike while speeding down a road in China. The man told the police that he wanted to save money on the school bus service.

Qualcomm ratcheted up its legal battle with Apple in a new complaint. In the filing, Qualcomm has accused the iPhone maker of stealing trade secrets and giving them to Intel to improve its chips.

Miss Vogue unveils its list of 50 young men ‘shaping the future’

 Printed in Vogue's teenage supplement, Miss Vogue, the list details the young men they are celebrating in 2018. The un-ranked list highlights 50 of the best young male talent across music, sport, film and fashion. Pictured clockwise from top left are: Anwar Hadid, 19; Timothee Chalamet, 22; Pete Davidson, 24; Nick Robinson, 23; Noah Centineo, 22, and Joe Alwyn, 27.

Swedish voters delivered a hung parliament in the September 9 election with Stefan Lofven's centre-left bloc garnering 144 seats, one more than the centre-right opposition Alliance.

Researchers at Griffith University in Australia came to their conclusion after reviewing the scores of four-million American students spanning almost three decades. (Stock image)

Clara Malagon (pictured) had been on-duty on the night of the terror attack which claimed 22 lives and witnessed first-hand horrific injuries sustained by the young victims.

Police in Santa Monica, California, on Monday arrested Ramon Escobar, 47, for allegedly attacking a sleeping homeless man. Escobar is also a person of interest in his relatives' disappearance in Texas.

Vikings star Everson Griffen reportedly went through a mental-health check at a Minneapolis-area hospital after sitting out of Sunday's loss and allegedly threatening to shoot hotel staffers.

Nowhere to run: Chained up elephant sways in distress after nearly two months of 'rigorous training' to prepare it for Indian festival

A heartbreaking video shows a chained up elephant swaying in distress after almost two months of 'rigorous training' for an Indian festival. More than 400,000 people from all over India are expected to attend the annual Dasara festival in Mysuru in October. During the festival's Jumbo Savari procession, 12 elephants are forced to walk more than 5km (three miles) with heavy weights on their backs.

The incident happened on a GoAir flight from New Delhi to Patna

An Indian passenger sparked panic in mid-air when he tried to open the plane's evacuation door, apparently mistaking it for the toilet. Indian media reports said he was a first time flier in his late 20s.

Armed opposition attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo have risen in recent weeks. The World Health Organization has even been forced to evacuate the town of Beni due to a deadly raid.

Distressing footage shows the six-year-old big cat, Zena, keeling over yards from shocked spectators at the event in the city of Magnitogorsk in Russia's Chelyabinsk Oblast.

This is the amusing moment an exhausted father was filmed carefully cradling a rolled up robe, which he believed to be his newborn baby at a hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Natalia Slazak, 31, from Buckinghamshire, was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia, a condition which causes red and white blood cells and platelets to drop to dangerously low levels.

The 52-year-old, named locally as Kevin Macmohan, was on holiday with his American girlfriend Catherine Gallagher, 47, when he died during the night at a hostel in Varanasi, India.

This is the moment two walruses get into a scrap during a live show at Quancheng Ocean Polar World in eastern China. Zookeepers can be seen trying to break up the sea-dwellers.

Gritty was excitedly unveiled yesterday on the team's social media accounts as the first mascot they have ever had. He is 7ft tall, has fuzzy orange hair, googly eyes and a wide smile.

Woman's VERY distorted pictures go viral after her dad tried to take a panoramic photo

Simran from San Francisco, California has earned 357,000 likes for a pair of pictures she posted on Twitter. While she posed, her dad use the panoramic feature on his phone camera. Her dad doesn't seem to know how pano works — or didn't realize it was on. The results show Simran's face and body oddly and hilariously distorted. Twitter users have been cracking up at the snaps and sharing their own.

The detained woman said she did not know how to dispose of her still born baby

Tokyo police said Tuesday they had arrested a 49-year-old woman suspected of hiding her stillborn baby's body in a coin locker, amid reports she had moved it around for as many as five years.

With warmer days upon us, creative director of Australian swimwear giant Seafolly revealed the number one mistake women make when shopping for bikinis and swimsuits.

Keio University Hospital in Tokyo said men have stopped donating sperm because they fear the government will give children the right to contact their biological fathers.

Engineers behind the Tokyo project said they hope to provide jobs to people who struggle to move their bodies - such as those with debilitating muscular diseases.

Brutal fight breaks out between reality show love rivals who are both contending to marry a former Playboy cover girl in Russia 

This is the moment two contestants on a Russian reality show get into a fist fight over a former Playboy cover girl.  The men were participating in the show of 'Zamuzh Za Buzovu' (Marry Buzova) which is shown on the Russian TV channel TNT. The premise of the show is the singer and TV presenter Olga Buzova's search for a husband. She has a choice of 1,000 applicants.

Veronika Didusenko, 23, took home the crown after beating fellow beauty queens in the final round of the glittering contest in Kiev last Thursday. But she has since been disqualified.

Stephen Ringo, 38, from Johnson City, Tennessee, blames his obesity for ruining his relationship when his waist expanded to 60 inches, just seven inches less than his 5ft 7inch frame.

Cafe Yeonnam-dong in Seoul opened last year and everything inside from the decor to the furniture and crockery have a striped black-and-white cartoonish aesthetic.

Armed with a fruit knife, the man had gone to the school in Ruian city, east China looking for the boy. The 10-year-old student was found collapsed in a pool of blood in the bathroom on Friday.

Canadian surgeons removed a large cancerous tumour growing on her skull and replaced it with a 3-D printed custom implant that fit in place like a puzzle piece in a pioneering operation.

Amazing footage of a rocket launch in the Gobi Desert is captured by a satellite orbiting 332 miles above Earth

Footage captured the rocket take off from the vast space of the Gobi Desert. Video shows the early moments of the 200 second flight where the solid-fuelled rocket can be seen climbing at speed. The rocket was launched by China's OneSpace which was testing the solid-fueled booster of the space craft which eventually reached a suborbital altitude of 21.7 miles.

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Baby Ely Casillas born with full head of hair now sports 3-inch locks

Carina Casillas, 27, an insurance manager from Oakland, California, gave birth to Ely on May 17 this year, said strangers are convinced the little girl's three inch locks can't be her real hair. (Ely seen as a newborn with mother Carina in the hospital inset and left and right sporting 3 inch locks at four months old)

The hilarious shot was taken during the Milk Tuesday night out at Bourbon nightclub in Edinburgh this month.It has since gone viral with more than 19,000 views and 11,000 shares.

It might look like cotton and marshmallow, but the 10ft wall of foam billowing from Bellandur Lake in India is the toxic reaction between chemicals and sewage, as well as heavy rain.

Chinese skyscraper which 'looks like a penis and testicles' is mocked online before it opens - with one suggestive viral video showing fake fireworks erupting from the roof

The Guangxi New Media Centre, located in the autonomous region of Guangxi in south-eastern China, has taken nearly two years to build. But locals in the Chinese city, on the border with Vietnam, have been less than impressed with the design of the structure. One social media user in China was so outraged by the design, they released a heavily edited video showing a bright spray of fireworks being shot from the top. In the video footage, which was posted by a user two days ago onto Douyin, a popular video sharing platform in China, aerial shots of the illuminated building at night clearly show its resemblance to male genitalia.


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The world's first ice skating dog! Benny the labrador shows off his amazing skills after being taught by figure skater who saved him from death

Amazing footage shows Benny,5, scrambling around the ice with his own personal hockey stick and puck. The dog was rescued from a shelter at just a few months old by Cheryl Del Sangro who trains him every two weeks at the Las Vegas Ice Center. Benny can now perform over fifty tricks.

The incident took place in Hezhou, China, last Friday. CCTV footage of the touching event has been released by the police on its Twitter-like Weibo account and widely shared by Chinese media.

Hong Kong celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival with 'Fire Dragon' dance

A massive ornate straw-stuffed dragon danced through the narrow streets of a historic neighbourhood in Hong Kong on Monday as part of a century-old ritual. The annual 'Fire Dragon' dance took place under the light of a full moon during the Mid-Autumn Festival and was celebrated by thousands of performers, locals and tourists. The 67-metre (220-foot) -long beast was made with straw and covered with 70,000 incense sticks, which were then lit and carried by 300 volunteers for three consecutive evenings, accompanied by the sounds of roaring drums, dance performances and firecrackers.




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