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Horror Texas homes where Turpin couple used to live

The current owners of the two Texas homes where a couple charged with torturing their 13 children once lived claim to have found scratch marks on doors (circled), as well as closets that may have been used to keep the siblings. David and Louise Turpin had lived in a home in Fort Worth, Texas from around 1992 to 1999 before they lost it in a foreclosure. The owners who moved in after them claim the home was left in complete squalor. They took photos of scratch marks on the back of doors and the carpet covered in dirt and filth. The Turpin family then moved to Rio Vista, south of Fort Worth, where they lived for a decade. The current owner of the Rio Vista home, who didn't want to be identified, said she found unusual vents in the master bedroom closet. She believes the couple's children may have been locked in there. The disturbing details emerged after the Turpins were charged with torturing and keeping their 13 biological children - ranging from 2 to 29 years of age - captive in their Perris, California home.

Selfie convicted killer who strangled best friend

Brittney Gargol, 18, (far right and center) was strangled to death by her best friend Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, (left) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada in March, 2015. Police were able to achieve a guilty verdict thanks to a selfie posted by Gargol of her and Antoine just a few hours before she was found dead. In it, Antoine can be seen wearing a belt (circled) matching the one found near Gargol's body that police believe was used to strangle her. Antoine later admitted to the court that the pair had gotten into a drunken argument, but that she does not remember killing Gargol.

The wife of Ancient Egypt's most famous ruler may soon be discovered in the Valley of The Kings, alongside the burial plot of her second husband, Ay, who ruled from 1327 to 1323 BC.

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A winter storm has broken off into two branches, one battering the Northeast, and the other bringing show and ice to the South.

One in three people regular suffer from difficulty sleeping, says the NHS. The University of California Berkeley's Professor Matthew Walker shares his advice for ensuring you get a restful night.

The Latex Flamer Choker, designed by a brand named Hanger, resembles a belt and is worn around the neck. The item has provoked fury among shoppers online.

'He watched me in the shower': Aunt of 13 kids locked up in California house of horrors reveals how creepy dad eyed her when she stayed at their home and the couple skipped her parents' funerals

An aunt of the 13 siblings found locked up in the California house of horrors has revealed how the children's father would creepily watch her in the shower when she lived with the family for a short time. Elizabeth Jane Flores, now aged 41, said she lived with her sister Louise Turpin and her husband David in Texas briefly more than 20 years ago. Flores said her brother-in-law David often made her feel uncomfortable. Flores said Louise and David ran a strict household but at the time she didn't see any signs of abuse.

The 2002 AJ129 asteroid is set to hurtle past our planet on the 4th February at around 2,615,128 miles (4,208,641km) away - which is relatively close in space terms (stock image).

Border Patrol agents 'are repeatedly destroying or vandalizing food and water left for migrants in the Arizona desert by humanitarian aid groups'

U.S. Border Patrol has been accused of destroying food and water left in the Arizona desert for migrants. Between 2012-2015, The Tucson-based group No More Deaths said they distributed more than 31,000 gallons of water along migration trails. In that time span, they found water gallons vandalized 415 times. The group determined that in most cases, Border Patrol agents were to blame. They even obtained video of agents kicking bottles and dumping them out. A former agent told the group that they were encouraged to do this so that migrants would weaken and be caught. But the group says that the result is that hundreds of migrants a year are dying in Pima County alone.

Dying five-year-old, Braylynn Lawhon, of Florida was dressed as Belle from Beauty and the Beast by her nurse just days before the sweet girl lost her battle to an aggressive form of cancer.

Ann Curry says she is 'not surprised' by Matt Lauer sex scandal, admits that her Today firing 'hurt like hell' and reveals 'there was a climate of verbal sexual harassment' at NBC

Ann Curry said that she was not surprised to learn that Matt Lauer had been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple people in an interview with CBS This Morning on Wednesday. When asked if she thought Lauer abused his power on the set of Today, Curry said: 'You know, I'm trying not do harm in these conversations. I can tell you I am not surprised by the allegations.' She went on to state: 'I'm trying not to hurt people. I know what it's like to be publicly humiliated. I never did anything wrong to be publicly humiliate and I don't want to cause that kind of pain to somebody else. I can say that, because you're asking me a very direct question, I can say that I would be surprised if many women did not understand that there was a climate of verbal harassment that existed.'

‘I am telling the truth’: Woody Allen’s adopted daughter Dylan Farrow stands by her claims that the director molested her when she was a child

Woody Allen's daughter has once again insisted she is telling the truth about being molested by him when she was just seven years old. Dylan Farrow (centre), who was adopted by the director (left) and actress Mia Farrow (right), has given her first TV interview on the subject during which she stands by her claims. The accusations of sexual assault was first made in 1992, claims Allen has vehemently and repeatedly denied. The Me Too and Time's Up movements to expose sexual misconduct in Hollywood have brought the claims to light once again.

The phones at U.S. sexual assault hotlines have been ringing in record numbers as the #MeToo social movement spurs victims to reach out for help, sending organizations scrambling to keep up.

FBI warns against 'virtual kidnappers' who are scamming vulnerable parents out of thousands of dollars by calling them up and pretending they have snatched their children after stalking the families online

On Wednesday, victims in California (pictured) and South Carolina told how they were approached by the scammers and asked for ransom money before learning that their children were safe. and had been all along. In the past year, a handful of families across the country have spoken out after being targeted. In one case, a mother wired more than $9,000 to criminals who said they had kidnapped her college student daughter. They kept her on the phone as she drove around to Western Unions and banks near her Virginia home, threatening throughout that they would shoot her daughter if she did not comply.

Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski 'commits suicide'

Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski has died in an apparent suicide. Hilinski, 21, did not show up for practice and was later found in his apartment with a gunshot wound to the head, Pullman Police Department said. A rifle was found next to his body alongside a suicide note.

TV doctor Dr Michael Mosley and researchers from the University of Surrey found eating carbs in the evening causes less dramatic blood sugar spikes than carb-loading at breakfast.

The researchers, which included scientists from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, believe bicarbonate of soda neutralises acids in the uterus, which encourages vaginal births.

Dramatic video captures shootout between robbers and police in armed robbery on Baltimore 7-11 store

Video shows two masked men attempting to rob a convenience store in Baltimore, Maryland, forcing the store clerk to stand with their hands behind the counter. Officers arrived at the scene and as they opened the door to confront the two men, the robbers opened fire. Several shots were exchanged, but neither the store staff nor police officers were injured. The two robbers were able to flee the scene and police are now offering a $24,000 reward for information.

A new test that asks you questions about life between the sheets could well reveal just how much sexual spark you really have - and how it could be impacting your life.

Cadet at Vladimir Putin's top pilot training college in Ulyanovsk have caused scandal after footage of them wearing BDSM costumes while writhing to music in their digs emerged.

Piers Morgan: Liberals should stop fat-shaming Trump

When Donald Trump's liberal critics openly mock and abuse him for being fat, mentally sick, or having terrible hair, they expose themselves as a bunch of repulsive hypocrites. To those who say ‘he does it, why shouldn’t we?’ about personal abuse – which is entirely true - I simply remind them of Michelle Obama’s famous comment about what to do when a political opponent plays rough and personal: ‘When they go low,’ she beseeched, ‘we go high.’ By going even lower, the hypocritical Trump mental health and fat shamers play right into his hands.

A review of years of Trump giving evidence in lawsuits shows what he would be like if Robert Mueller, the special counsel, deposes him as part of the Russia probe: combative and voluble.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has boasted that Trump backed November 'coup' on condition no seized assets left the U.S., a source in the country has told DailyMail.com.

Porn star Stormy Daniels passed a polygraph test as she talked about her 'textbook generic' sexual relations with a married Donald Trump more than a decade ago, In Touch Weekly claims .

The story of President Trump's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels had been filed by a Fox News reporter during the final weeks of the elections in October 2016, but editors stopped it.

#Girther movement questions Trump's real weight

Donald Trump was revealed to be officially overweight after the results of his physical were released. But already some are questioning whether his true weight was provided following the examination, with some claiming the president must be heavier than his official 239 pounds weight. Referencing Trump's old calls for his predecessor Barack Obama to release his birth certificate, dubbed the birther movement, critics of the president came up with a new hashtag - the girther movement. Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has already offered to donate $100,000 to a charity of Trump's choice if he steps on a scale on live TV.

The B-52H Stratofortress bombers and approximately 300 airmen from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana arrived in Guam on Tuesday, in 'routine' support of US Pacific Command.

The costs were incurred by the San Diego Sheriff and Police Departments to patrol the local border area and were in addition to cash spent on regular wages for officers and deputies, figures show.

'Out!' Shocking moment Trump kicks CNN's Jim Acosta out of the Oval Office for quizzing him on 's***hole countries' slur

Donald Trump with President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan when he made the jab, which came after Jim Acosta asked a question relating to his 's***hole countries' controversy. The CNN journalist asks: 'Mr President, did you say you want more people to come in from Norway? Did you say you want more people from Norway?' Trump replies: 'I want them to come from everywhere, everywhere.' 'Thank you, Jim. It's time to exit,' a female aide is heard saying. Acosta is heard attempting to ask another question. Trump then looks at Acosta, points his finger at him and says: 'Out.'

Democratic voters aren't ready to jump on the bandwagon for an Oprah vs. Trump presidential matchup, with two longtime politicians polling better as the preferred candidate.

Facebook is to expand its investigation into whether Russian agents attempted to influence the Brexit vote, the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has said.

Wife of deported Mexican father fights to bring him back

Jorge Garcia's wife Cindy said she will stop at nothing to get him back into the country after watching through tears as he boarded a plane from Detroit back to his native Mexico on Monday. 'There will be no ICE coming to the door to try and deport me because I am a U.S. citizen. There's nothing ICE can do to shut me up,' she told CBS. Later, Mrs Garcia told DailyMail.com that she was working with lawyers to apply for a waiver which could allow her husband to return to the country he calls home. The process could take up to 18 months and will cost her $3,000, she said.

Bannon attorney Bill Burck phoned the White House counsel’s office while his client was testifying, it was revealed on Wednesday. The White House ordered Bannon not to answer certain questions.

Donald Trump's Washington, D.C. hotel has seen its Yelp ratings plunge this week following reports that the president referred to Third World countries as 's**thole' nations.

Hilarious moment Sen Orrin Hatch is caught removing a pair of 'invisible glasses' from his face

Senator Orrin Hatch has joked that he wears hipster 'invisible glasses' after he was caught trying to remove a non-existent pair of specs from his face. The Utah Republican was at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday when cameras captured him reaching up to take off the glasses he wasn't actually wearing.  Orrin, 83, ignored the slip up and went on to question Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen without hesitation.

The president says the latest figures back up his tough position on immigration - one of his top policy priorities - but critics say the data provided lacks detail and does not justify his polices.

Trains in Japan have been fitted with a device that makes barking and snorting sounds in a bid to drive deer away from railway lines and reduce the hundreds of delays caused by the animals.

The NBA's wild week continues: Shocking moment a Orlando Magic player throws a haymaker at Minnesota Timberwolves opponent who fights back by putting him in a headlock

Both the Magic's Aaron Affalo and the Timberwolves Nemanja Bjelica were ejected from the Tuesday night game in Orlando, Florida after teammates and officials broke up the second-quarter scuffle. The six-foot-five Affalo swung a wild haymaker at six-foot-10 Bjelica in the paint. Bjelica ducked the wild swing by inches and grabbed the struggling Affalo in a headlock until players from both teams separated the pair. The on-court fistfight came just a day after another highly unusual scene for the NBA, when several Houston Rockets players stormed into the home team locker room of the Los Angeles Clippers.

A teenage girl was rescued by three passing motorists after her car skidded, was struck by two vehicles on Highway 65 in California and burst into flames on Tuesday morning.

Dayna Jennings, 45, has been charged with murdering her father, William Mussack, 69, whose body was found encased in a slab of concrete she poured into his home, it was reported.

Bored Panda images capture very rude toy fails

In a hilarious gallery of images from around the world, Bored Panda has revealed dubious toy design fails that should never have made it out of the factory. Clockwise from top left: Harry Potter looks like he's been crossed with a Smurf; a rather rude Wonder Woman scissors; a 'pretty death' noose; a four-legged duck; a strangling Elmo and a phallic Winnie the Pooh stacking rings set.

The Swedish fashion label announced the appointment on Tuesday evening in a move to prove that its 'commitment to addressing diversity and inclusiveness is genuine'.

On January 11, Perry High School student Hayden Porter died by his own hand, just three days after the community in Massillon, Ohio, was rocked by the suicide of Lexi Tomcavage, 18,.

California hospitals look like a  flu 'war zone'

Several hospitals in Southern California have set up emergency tents in their parking lots to treat the influx of patients as this year's deadly flu strand infects thousands. Pictured (left) is a tent in Loma Linda, California, that has been treating 60 more patients a day. While Palomar Medical Center in Escondido (inset) is treating patients in tents and in hallways. California is one of the worst-hit states this flu season while Alabama has declared a State of Emergency and hospitals in Texas and Minnesota are turning patients away.

A mother-of-three marathon runner has died of flu just 48 hours after falling ill. Katie Oxley Thomas, 40, of San Jose, California, was a yoga enthusiast and runner before she died.

Dr Jennifer Wider, medical advisor for the Society for Women's Health Research, says mothers can breastfeed right after eating spicy food.

American tourist is arrested in Peru after a woman falls four floors to the ground from her bedroom window after a heated discussion about some missing money

An American man has been detained by police in Peru after a woman fell from the fourth floor window of her hotel room. CCTV captured the moment the woman was found writhing in pain on the ground after plummeting to the ground. It happened last week at the San Pedro Inn located in the district of Surquillo in the Peruvian capital, Lima. Video from CCTV shows a clear timeline of how the incident unfolded. At 1:35am the couple were seen in the hotel before heading upstairs to a room at 1:39am. Less than half-an-hour later the couple were seen arguing downstairs by the front desk in the lobby. The woman was not allowed to leave. At 2:41am scream were heard from the woman who was writhing in agony after falling four floors from her bedroom window.

Orton in Cambridgeshire sounds rude to an Argentinian as it's slang for 'big a***hole'. Todmorden means 'death-murder' and Essex's Wix sounds like the German for 'I masturbate'.

Researchers from the National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse in Maryland found marijuana increases signal connectivity in regions of the brain that have been linked to psychosis.

Kate Middleton visits a tennis school for youngsters

The Duchess of Cambridge rocked the sport luxe look in the Monreal London ‘tuxedo’ track pants (right), as she visited Bond Primary School in Mitcham to see the work of the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. The royal, 36, was greeted by flag waving youngsters (left) after spending the morning at Great Ormond Street, where she cheered up four-year-old patient Rafael Chana with a high five (inset).

Investigative British journalist Tom Bower, 71, who exposed Simon Cowell's affair with Dannii Minogue, is releasing his 'warts and all' book in March. Pictured is Prince Charles.

Shirley Corsey from New Jersey, is selling the 18-inch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dolls for $181 - however they bare little resemblance to the real deal.

Vegans attack Chris Pratt for meat photo on Instagram

Chris Pratt (left), 38, has returned to Instagram after a one-month hiatus to reveal he has a farm on which he raises lambs for their meat. But a photo of meat from one of his lambs (right) has sparked fury from vegans and vegetarians (inset), who have accused him of 'murdering' the sheep.

Nial Wheate, associate professor and programme director of undergraduate pharmacy at the University of Sydney, explains how various medications affect you at 38,000ft.

Meet Tiny Tim the adorable baby donkey who 'plays, fetches and sleeps' with his pup friends indoors after his mother rejected him

A precious miniature donkey named Tiny Tim spends his days doing what he enjoys most - dog activities.  Although Tiny Tim was born in a Peterborough, Ontario farm, he spends much of his time indoors playing with his owners and fellow canine housemates. Tim came into the world as a surprise last summer - after two of Jody and Ted Toppings' donkeys bred. 

Scuba diver Dallas Vega, 28, found a distinct lack of precious gold and silver coins on his dives, so instead set his sights on a more contemporary booty - scouring for iPhones, GoPros and purses.

Photos reveal crafty pranks boyfriends play on partners

A hilarious online gallery has revealed some of the cruelest - and craftiest - pranks that men have performed on their unsuspecting girlfriends. Pictured, clockwise from top left: A man tricks his partner into believing he is leaving, a father-to-be takes a selfie in the delivery room, a man congratulates his partner on breaking wind, a boyfriend gets creative with the cushions, one man finds any excuse not to replace the loo roll, and another makes zero effort when it comes to his girlfriend's gift.

Family and friends of Virginia teenager Hannah Green insist that a finding that she committed suicide is erroneous because she was not the type to kill herself and there were no signs she was unhappy.

The 19-year-old was named in a report as the alleged kidnapper of an aspiring doctor who was brutally raped and killed. Police said his body was found in the Bhakra Candal near Jyotisar.

Ex-wife of senior American ISIS fighter stuns Piers Morgan by admitting she still loves the jihadist and he 'has a good side' during tense TV interview

Tania Joya became radicalised while growing up in Harrow, London, but now lives in Dallas, Texas after fleeing from the terror group and rejecting extremism. But during a grilling on ITV's Good Morning Britain today, presenter Piers Morgan said he was 'struggling to understand' why she should not be considered a 'potentially dangerous person'. The interview came to an abrupt end with the DailyMail.com US Editor-in-Chief and co-presenter Susanna Reid shaking their heads as the former jihadi bride admitted still loving ex husband John Georgelas - an American-born convert to Islam with whom she has four children.

North and South Korea have agreed to form their first joint Olympic team and march together during the opening ceremony, they announced today.

Giuseppe Garibaldi, 30, was rejected by his victim and in revenge he sent intimate photos he had taken without her knowledge to the Facebook page of the school where she works.

'Hey baby, do you like juice? Because I want to Mountain Dew you': Brilliant hidden camera clip captures Mormon missionaries practicing cringe-worthy pick-up lines on a doorstep

Two young Mormon missionaries, tasked with spreading the word of Jesus, have been captured on camera practicing their cheesiest pick-up lines as they went door-to-door. Dressed identically in black trousers, white shirts and black v-neck sweaters, the young men were filmed by a hidden home security system as they waiting for a home owner to answer the door. However instead of using their wait time to discuss scripture or practice their religious conversion pitch, the two men instead revealed their pick-up techniques, including lines like 'Hey baby do you like orange juice? Because I want to Mountain Dew you.'

Jennifer Towle, 48, was just two days away from being released from her six month DWI sentence at Hudson County jail when she was found unresponsive on the floor of her cell on July 14.

Florida captain who saved 49 on boat says he isn't a hero

Captain Mike Batten, 37, (left) saved 49 passengers after a boat burst into flames in waters off the coast of Tampa, Florida, on Sunday (right). Batten told DailyMail.com: 'I was just doing my job. And someone eventually died. I can't put that out of my head.' The captain made a quick decision to steer the boat towards a sand bar, instead of having passengers jump into deeper waters, so that they could wade to shore. By the time the vessel burned to the waterline, every one of the 49 people on-board were accounted for, with most saying they owed their lives to Batten. However, Carrie Dempsey (inset), a 42-year-old mother-of-two, later died on Sunday night. According to other passengers, she had refused treatment after making it to shore alive but was admitted to a hospital several hours later because she felt ill.


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'Singing Lesbian Duo' wins damages in 'revenge porn' case

LA-based Chrissy Chambers, who runs a successful blog and YouTube channel with her girlfriend Bria Kam, was horrified when she discovered her former partner had posted videos of their sexual activity on pornographic website Redtube.com. She only found out about the films more than a year later after receiving messages claiming she was intentionally involved in porn. The 26-year-old brought a landmark court claim for breach of confidence, misuse of private information and harassment at London’s High Court against her ex, who has not been named in court.

Fillipo Corsini, 21, who is from a aristocratic Florence family, was dragged 30 yards by a lorry across a box junction in Knightsbridge, west London, and died of ‘catastrophic injuries’.

Pragma, which is based in Biarritz and makes fuel cells for military use, has sold 60 hydrogen-powered bikes to French municipalities including Saint Lo, Cherbourg, Chambery and Bayonne.

Deepak Dwivedi says his 23-year-old wife was so annoyed that she locked him out of her room at their home in Lucknow in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Researchers at the University of Toronto and University of California, Berkeley, have developed a copper catalyst that can convert carbon dioxide into a core component of everyday plastics.

Nothing but net! Illinois high school beats their fierce rivals with an insane three-point shot on the buzzer - sending the crowd into a frenzy

A rivalry game between St. Charles East and St. Charles North in Illinois ended in an incredible buzzer beater shot. East defeated North 53-50 after guard Justin Hardy heaved the ball for a three-point basket at the horn. Students stormed the court after the improbable shot won the game for East. It is the third time in three years that East defeated rival North in a buzzer beater.

A renewed effort is underway to split California into two states, one would remain California, which includes its coastal cities, while the other its rural and inland areas would be 'New California.' 

Bodycam footage shows the driver snatching his licence from a policeman before shoving it into his mouth. The driver from China was fined 400 yuan (£45) and received 15 demerit points.

Stalin's 'ice palace' is melting due to global warming

The natural freezer (left image), built in Siberia by exiled German engineers in the 1950s (bottom right image), is falling apart. Still in use to store fish and other foods (top right), the structure is the world's largest permafrost storage facility built by manual labour. Nicknamed 'Stalin's ice palace', it is larger in area than the White House, but is in danger of collapse due to warming Arctic waters eroding its entrances. Funds to save the monument are now 'urgent' as some passageways are collapsing. But authorities in northern Siberia lack the cash to rescue the labyrinth, even though it is listed as a regional monument.

Aniko Lipcsei, a mother of two, discovered a Christmas wishlist letter to Santa Claus by a little boy called 'Patrick' tied to a purple balloon that fell out of the sky and into her garden in Hungary

Researchers from Mount Sinai hospital injected mice with a protein in the brain region associated with reward and found it neutralized a substance involved in making the animals' crave the drug.

There has also been a rise in 'charismatic strongman politics' across the world amid a continued threat of conflict on the Korean peninsula and the Middle East, the World Economic Forum's study found.

Five officers involved in two Navy ship collisions last year that killed a total of 17 sailors are being charged with negligent homicide, the Navy said Tuesday.

Apple factory workers' 10-hour shifts in toxic workshops

Workers at a massive Chinese factory which produces parts for Apple have to work 10-hour shifts under harsh conditions and are not given proper overtime pay or adequate safety protections, a labour rights group has claimed. Migrant workers, paid as little as 1,950 yuan (£210) a month, are exposed to toxic chemicals at their workshops before returning to filthy eight-person dormitories with cold showers, said the same report. Catcher, the Apple supplier located in eastern China's Jiangsu Province, has denied all of the allegations; while Apple said their investigation team 'found no evidence that Catcher was violating our standards'.

The musician, 52, has obtained a temporary restraining order against Nader Afshar who lives on the same street as him and whom he considers a danger to himself and his family.

Andrew Coffey, 22, was a junior and a pledge at Pi Kappa Phi. He died November 3 after he was found unresponsive after a party. The cause of death was later determined to be alcohol poisoning.

A group of divers dedicated to the study of subterranean waters discovered that two caves off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico they previously thought were separate are actually connected.

Palomo Spain, 25, staged the show at Paris men's fashion week on Tuesday because he believes gender fluidity isn't solely a fashion statement but a way of being in today's society.

Vlogger boosts her butt by doing '100 squats challenge'

Fitness vlogger Vanessa Blanco, 26, from Washington, D.C., has revealed how she was able to instantly add almost an inch to her butt by doing the 100 squat challenge. Before completing the challenge she measured her hips with an Orbitape tape measure for maximum accuracy. Her starting hip measurement was 42.4375 inches (left) and after completing the challenge, her hips measured 43.125 inches (right) meaning she gained 0.6875 inches.

The 100-metre-tall (328 ft) circular tower in Shaanxi Province is said to be able to improve air quality within an area of 3.9 square miles. It could purify 10 million cubic metres of air a day.

Data from Pinterest compiled by AO.com has revealed that Moroccan cuisine, ghee, and clean cocktails will be replacing rainbow bagels and unicorn lattes on your Instagram feed.

Star of the car: Adorable toddler enthusiastically mimes along to love song in the back of his parents’ car

Adorable footage captures the moment a crooning toddler mimed along to a love song in the back of his family's car. The small boy put on an emotion-filled performance as he mimed along to a tear-jerking love song in the back of his family's car. The video, believed to have been recorded in Mexico, of the unnamed toddler's interpretation of Julion Alvarez's song Mi Mayor Anhelo (My Greatest Desire) has become one of the most widely watched of the month - already garnering 11 million views since it was uploaded three days ago.

A British Mumsnet user revealed she had only been invited to the evening's celebrations but had still been sent a 'tacky' poem asking for cash - and asked other users for advice on what to do.

Alien characters from Space Invaders were projected onto the windows of a Tokyo skyscraper as part of an exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of the iconic game.

Woman goes to hospital after nightclub assault... only to discover her doctor is the man 'who attacked her' - and he starts beating her AGAIN 

A woman in Russia who was attacked by a doctor in a nightclub went to hospital for treatment only to be sent to the same man she claimed had assaulted her and for him to hit her again. The senior doctor, named as Vladimir Naumov, (pictured) was caught on video hitting Anastasia Dmitrieva in the hospital in Neryungri, eastern Russia. In the footage the doctor can be heard saying: 'Many witnesses will prove that you were the first to attack me.' He admitted to hospital bosses he had been 'angry and full of adrenaline'. The doctor was fired for his behaviour.

Landscape like Tolkien's Mordor found buried in the sea

A team of geologists from the University of Aberdeen captured the structures using a groundbreaking 3D imaging technique, similar to ultrasound used to scan unborn babies. The volcanic expanse of underwater peaks deep beneath the surface is formed of 26 ancient buried lava flows up to 21 miles (34km) in length and 9.3 miles (15km) wide. Images of the staggering formations have been described as a 'Tolkienesque' landscape similar to the evil land featured in Lord Of The Rings trilogy (bottom right).

Never seen before photos of 1960s rock stars

Photographer Paul Berriff, 71, captured the remarkable images of bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd during the 1960s while working for the Yorkshire Post. Mr Berriff captured a youthful Mick Jagger before going on stage at the Gaumont Theatre in Doncaster in 1964, top left. He photographed John Lennon and Paul McCartney as they debuted 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' at the ABC Theatre in Huddersfield on November 29, 1963. While, American legend Jimi Hendrix posed for a portrait ahead of his gig in the Odeon Theatre in Leeds on April 5, 1967.

Oskar Groening was found guilty in 2015 of being accessory to the murder of 300,000 detainees during his time at Polish death camp, but has been fighting it on the basis that he is too frail to serve.

Scientists at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered how the Mantis Shrimp delivers its devastating punch without destroying its own limbs.

Cheeky arctic fox wins over Siberian angler and gobbles down fish after dancing for his supper  

This is the enchanting moment a polar fox charmed his way to a free fish supper from a Russian angler. The tough Siberian was catching capelin through a hole in the frozen Arctic sea when he was approached by the wild animal. He can be heard repeatedly rejecting the fox's pleas, as it begs to snatch part of his catch.

'Dizzle! What did you do?': Dog owner returns from work to find his pet has destroyed his house

This is the moment a dog owner came home to find furniture stuffing strewn across his home after his Bullmastiff went on a rampage. Footage shot in Monmouth County, New Jersey, shows the carnage that resulted from Dizzle's antics when his owner left him unsupervised. After arriving back at his US home, the man tracks the trail of destruction through his corridors as a downbeat American Bulldog appears sullen in the middle of the mess.

According to the Blake Bortles Foundation, more than 100 fans have donated close to $5,000 since the Jaguars beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 45-42 in the AFC divisional round on Sunday.

Terrifying moment an 18-wheel truck slides out-of-control down a hill and hits a stoplight in Texas as a deep freeze causes chaos on roads across the state 

A horrifying video captures the moment an 18-wheeler slid back on an icy hill after a snowstorm hit Texas. The vehicle accelerates backwards and collides with a stoplight, knocking it to the ground and sending snow flying. It does not appear that anyone was injured during the incident on January 16. Longview, Texas is currently under a hard freeze warning and schools are closed.

Prime Minister Lars Rasmussen performed the stunt as part of a handover ceremony between the Danish and US Air Force as his country takes over a NATO air patrol mission from the Americans.

Pre-school teacher Girlie Figueroa captured the phenomenon (pictured) during sub-zero temperatures in Aldie, Virginia, after being inspired by photographs and footage online.

Motivational posters of the 1920s

Anyone struggling to stick to their New Year's resolutions could perhaps turn to bold motivational posters from the 1920s which encouraged workers to pull their socks up, grin and bear it. The posters are the epitome of positivity with titles including 'think before you act', 'knowalls never learn' and 'self control earns much praise.' The now-defunct print company Parker-Holladay was one producer of the vibrant placards, which were made on a subscription basis for business owners to display and disseminate to their employees.

Prices of Bitcoin and other digital currencies have skidded after South Korea’s top financial policymaker said Tuesday that a crackdown on trading of crypto currencies was possible.

People from a county in eastern China apparently believe that three ancient stones in the area could help infertile women fall pregnant. The stones are found in Changle county, Shandong Province .

Tuk Tuk BOOM: Rogue automatic rickshaw filmed speeding down highway in India at nearly 20mph before crashing into a lorry 

An unmanned tuk tuk was recorded speeding down a highway in India at speeds of nearly 20mph. The rogue tuk tuk - an automatic rickshaw - was able to travel for a few hundred metres without a driver before colliding with the kerb, a lorry and then an oil tanker. It it not known exactly how the tuk tuk was able to begin its journey although it appears from the video that those recording had a role in it.

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Instagram account Boys With Bread celebrate men and carbs

An Instagram account has found a match made in carb heaven. Boys With Bread is all about two things: Good-looking men, and just about any flour-based food. Since its launch in December, the account has shared over 100 images of attractive guys posing with baguettes, sourdough pizza, croissants, and even cupcakes. The page is similar to others that document attractive people with good, like Girls With Gluten and Men With Pizza

The handling of the donations by a government-run charity has sparked controversy in China after Wang Fuman, 8, was given just a fraction of the donations meant for him.

Extreme British kayaker Bren Orton, 23, is celebrating a new record after descending a terrifying 128ft high waterfall in Mexico.

This is the moment shirtless firefighter Johannes Erlands scaled a lamppost to perform a pull-up while dangling three storeys high om Karlskrona, Sweden. 

Megumi Takeichi from Japan travels to Rajasthan in India every year to create intricate art on live animals for the Bikaner Camel Festival.

Fur-m friends! Adorable footage shows inseparable squirrel and cat who bonded after their owner rescued the tiny creature who had fallen from a tree

A red squirrel named Tin-Tin and a 13-year-old cat named tiger have become inseparable after the little squirrel was rescued as a baby. Decan Andersen, 38, from Denmark, adopted the cute little rodent when the then one-month-old squirrel fell out of a tree four stories high and into his back garden. Upon seeing Tin-Tin's injuries - a deep and nasty chest wound sustained by hitting a branch on the way down, Decan initially decided to leave the squirrel alone, hoping its mother would come to the rescue.


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'Music therapy works!' Mom's touching viral video shows her daughter, 11, sweetly serenading her two-year-old brother with Down syndrome to help teach him different words and phrases 

Amanda Bowman Gray, 40, from Heber City, Utah, shared the video of her two-year-old son Bo and her daughter Lydia on Facebook earlier this week. The mother explained that Lydia was watching Bo while she was in the shower, and that she came out of the bathroom to find the two children sitting on the floor and singing You Are My Sunshine together, with Lydia strumming on her guitar. In the clip, Lydia begins to sing the first sentence of the chorus, going 'You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me...' At this point, Lydia stops singing until Bo finishes her sentence by saying 'happy'. The video, which shows the two siblings completing the song, has now been watched a staggering 30 million times.

The heroic saviour, 44, hung upside down from the balcony to grab the girl back into the house in Hangzhou, China, yesterday. The three-year-old girl had been left unattended.

A disgruntled group of mothers have now taken to secret-sharing app Whisper to discuss their own breastfeeding experiences - with one admitting it made her 'feel like a cow'.

A couple from Milwaukee have tied the knot at 30,000 feet in a surprise wedding in front of their family and friends. Jim and Sue Marino were traveling to Sedona, Arizona with 30 people.

Lion cowers behind his paw after telling off from lioness

These pictures taken in the Central Serengeti area of Tanzania show the moment a male lion hilariously cowers behind his paw after getting a ticking off from a lioness. The fierce lovers' tiff took was spotted by wildlife photographer, George Hart, during his first ever African safari. The male lion initially roared at the lioness but when she came back at him, he was left feeling sorry for himself.



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