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Meghan Markle in Cardiff with Harry on first trip to Wales

Royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle got a taste of British train travel today as she and her fiancé Prince Harry ran late for an engagement in Cardiff. US-born Miss Markle and Harry left Paddington Station on time at 11.15am on route for Cardiff. The Royal couple arrived in the Welsh capital to a tumultuous welcome from fans - but delays to the GWR train meant they arrived at the Welsh capital late for their third public engagement as a couple. Besotted Harry, 33, has made a promise to his bride-to-be to undertake visits across the U.K. before their wedding, to give the actress a chance to see the country she will come to call home and meet its people. Meghan wrapped up against the biting cold in a black coat by Stella McCartney and trousers by the Welsh fashion house, Hiut Denim - and even let one fan kiss her hand (centre). The pair have stopped to greet fans of all ages, some of whom have waited outside since 6am to meet the pair.

Shock of murderered British backpacker's family

Amelia Blake's devastated parents Chris and Sharon and younger sister Lily, 20, are being comforted by relatives at home in Loughborough after the 22-year-old backpacker was found in shocking murder-suicide. Amelia was found dead last Friday in her 33-year-old boyfriend Brazil Gurung's (bottom) Sydney apartment (bottom right). Her body was heavily wounded and she had suffered appalling head injuries. Police believe he killed Amelia before taking his own life.

Researchers from CTF, Service Research Centre at Karlstad University in Sweden have found that open plan offices are counter-productive and bad for staff morale (stock).

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Elle Darby, 22, wrote to Paul Stenson, the owner of the White Moose Café and Charleville Lodge Hotel in Dublin, asking about a 'possible collaboration' involving free accommodation.

Robert Lewis, 41, broke into the £18million home in St John's Wood and threatened Magda Palos, 37, as she was getting out of the shower, prosecutors said.

From coffee to evening snacks, many foods and drinks can have an impact. London-based nutritional therapist and author Jackie Lynch says it's not just what you eat but when.

France demands more after UK pledges £45m for Calais

Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron are trying to thrash out their differences on borders and Brexit at a UK- France summit today. The leaders kicked off a summit at Sandhurst military academy this afternoon after enjoying lunch at the Royal Oak in the PM's Maidenhead constituency. The French president is thought to be demanding more money to boost the Calais economy - despite Britain already bowing to requests for a £45million contribution to stop migrants sneaking across the Channel. They could also have difficult exchanges over Brexit, amid fears Mr Macron will block an early agreement on a transition deal in a bid to exploit business anxiety and poach jobs. The flashpoints risk overshadowing the summit, which both leaders hope will underline the commitment to close cooperation between the countries. Mr Macron and Mrs May were served dressed crab followed by duck breast at the Michelin starred pub, with the meals prepared by last year's Masterchef: The Professionals winner Craig Johnson. A military band struck up French national anthem La Marseillaise as they arrived at Sandhurst later.

Judges rejected a move to overturn the suspended sentence handed to Farhana Ahmed from north-west London, who called for terrorists to attack the west on Facebook.

Loos, 40, who claimed to have bedded Beckham four times when he was playing for Real Madrid in 2004, said she refused the big cash offer because 'it was never about the money'.

'He's been lying for so long': Woody Allen's daughter describes in graphic detail how the director sexually assaulted her and denies his claims her mother Mia Farrow 'brainwashed' her 

'He's been lying for so long',' said Farrow, who was adopted by the director and actress Mia Farrow, in an emotional interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning on Thursday. 'I loved my father. I respected him. He was my hero. And that doesn't obviously take away from what he did,' she said. 'But it does make the betrayal and the hurt that much more intense.' Allen, 82, has once again rejected claims he molested his adopted daughter and accused his ex-wife Mia of 'relentlessly coaching' the 32-year-old into thinking he was a 'dangerous sexual predator'.

Four people are killed by falling trees as violent 86mph gales smash northern Europe and force Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to close

The Netherlands bore the brunt of the severe winter storms - the second this month - as bitter winds whistled off the North Sea to hit the low-lying country with full force. Amsterdam's Schiphol airport was forced to cancel all flights at one point as winds topped 86 miles an hour. Two Dutch men, both 62, have been killed by falling trees while a woman driver in Belgium died when her car was crushed by a tree as she travelled through a wood. Footage has emerged of people tumbling across the street after being caught out by powerful gusts (left). Other clips show a lorry toppling over on a motorway (bottom right) and a roof being torn off a building.

Boston University's new study shows concussions are to CTE what a cough is to lung cancer. A cough does not predict lung cancer, and treating it does not cure lung cancer. It is the same for CTE.

A California man who had eaten sushi went to the hospital after discovering a tapeworm that was 'wiggling out' as he sat on the toilet during a trip to the bathroom, it was revealed on Thursday.

The designers who reworked the Starbucks 'siren' logo, which depicts a mermaid, have revealed they added an imperfection to her face in order to make it appear warmer and more human.

Prince William sports shaven head as he backs NHS scheme

Prince William debuted his new shaven haircut today as he backed the national roll out of a recruitment drive to help veterans find work in the NHS. The Duke of Cambridge met ex-servicemen and women at Evelina's children's hospital in London in support of the Step Into Health initiative, a programme that will help ease veterans back into civilian life. The scheme is designed to funnel the skills and experience ex-servicemen and women gained in the Army, Navy and RAF for the benefit of the health service. The prince was pictured sporting the new shaven look while visiting Evelina London Children's Hospital where he met veterans who are now working at the hospital. It is hoped the scheme will fill vacancies from porters to directors, with salaries from £15,000 to £100,000 a year. So far, a commodore, lieutenant colonel and warrant officer are among those to have secured jobs. The Duke is making two visits to celebrate the national roll out of the 'Step into Health' programme.

The royal-bride-to-be today ripped up royal protocol by stepping out in Cardiff with Prince Harry, wearing black skinny jeans - after wearing trousers on her visit to Brixton last week.

All the excitement appeared to get to BBC Wales News reporter Kate Morgan, who described the 'sl*g-waving' in the crowds live on camera ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan's arrival.

Meghan Markle shows how to pull off 'do-good' dressing

The royal bride-to-be, 36, arrived in Cardiff with Prince Harry, dressed in head-to-toe in carefully chosen items supporting both the British fashion industry and charitable endeavours. Left: She chose a bag from DeMellier London, which funds life-saving vaccines for children for every bag sold, and jeans from Welsh brand Hiut Denim, the ideal diplomatic choice for Cardiff, and wrapped up in coat from cruelty-free coat by Stella McCartney. And she surely won brownie points from her future father-in-law Prince Charles in a Prince of Wales checked top (right).

Wheelchair-bound Samantha Grant, 52, half-sister if Meghan Markle, was spotted shopping with her partner Mark at a flea market in Bellview, Florida this weekend.

According to Mother & Baby's predictions for 2018's most popular baby names, Meghan will enter the top 20 this year thanks to huge interest in the upcoming royal wedding and the bride-to-be.

The Queen joins the Women's Institute in Norfolk

Her Majesty continued her annual visit to the WI branch at West Newton village hall in Norfolk, despite the power cut, right, which meant there was no heating with lighting. The Queen, dressed in a pink coat, left on her arrival, joked that she was struggling to see the WI members in the dark village hall, whilst some of the women used their IPhone torches to light up the room, inset. The ladies all enjoyed cake and tea, despite the freezing temperatures in the village hall, whilst they listened to a speech by guest speaker, BBC reporter, Susie Fowler-Watt.

David and Victoria Beckham are 'saving the pennies'

Victoria and David Beckham, who have a combined estimated worth of £337million, were seen leaving the Ritz Hotel in Paris with their eldest son Brooklyn. The couple are in town for Paris Fashion Week Men's and seemed to have splashed out for their latest family stay.

French President Emmanuel Macron, who is holding talks with Theresa May today, has said he wants to lure lucrative financial services away from London.

Now the first lady of France, Mrs Macron shocked locals in Amiens when details emerged of her relationship. Her parents - both doctors - were treated 'like they had the plague', a book says.

Playboy SPARED jail over 'vicious' girlfriend attack

Marco Nardone, 29, the son of a millionaire wine importer, dragged his girlfriend Toni Allcock by the hair and then kicked her in the stomach at his £2m Hammersmith flat. Nardone (pictured with his girlfriend and inset outside court), who was educated at £37,000-a-year Charterhouse school before a degree in physics at Imperial College London, had previously slapped Miss Allcock and grabbed her throat. He nodded as he was sentenced to eight weeks jail, suspended for 18 months, today despite the Chair of the bench Amanda Barron having described the assault as 'vicious, spiteful and sustained and very shocking.'

Armed police had tracked the animal - called Torak- for eight miles through the Berkshire countryside, and could have shot it if it strayed too close to the M4 motorway.

Researchers from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire have cast doubt on more than a million decisions made in court based on the likelihood of a criminal reoffending.

Yorkshire 'crossbow killer' waited in neighbour's home

Anthony Lawrence (inset), 55, forced his way into the house (pictured) of neighbours Shane Gilmer, 30, and Laura Sugden (right), 27, through their loft before shooting him dead and seriously injuring her. Today more details of the murderous attack were revealed by a close relative of the couple who asked for his identify to be withheld. He claimed Lawrence had sought bloody revenge on the couple after he was evicted, because they told his landlord he smoked cannabis. The relative said: 'He [Lawrence] had removed part of the dividing wall [in the loft] and cleaned up so nobody would notice. We don't know how long ago he had done that or how many times he had been inside their house.'

Dr David Crichton, 63, who was due to appear at court next week on charges of soliciting a murder, is fighting for his life after being knocked his bike while riding near his home in Bournemouth, Dorset.

EXCLUSIVE: Indigo Faulkner, 18, from Shropshire, has suffered with severe cold sores since she was five and had outbreaks every six weeks until she found relief through liquorice.

Annie Jordan, from Plymouth, shared her four-year-old daughter's homework on Facebook, writing: 'Right please someone tell me what the last one is, because I literally don't have a clue!'

California children could only shower twice a year

The children, who range in age from two to 29, were rescued on Sunday after their brave 17-year-old sister climbed through a window of the house in Perris, California, to call 911. Their parents David and Louise Turpin were arrested inside the home once police arrived. They will be arraigned on a slew of child abuse charges on Thursday. As they await prosecution and as the children, who are so malnourished doctors fear they may go into shock, recover, new details have emerged about the horrifying conditions they were forced to endure. Authorities in Perris have told Today that the children were scarcely fed and were dirty, living in a urine-soaked bedroom before they were found.

Some of their children were found lying in feces, DailyMail.com learns, as the case against David Turpin, 57, and his wife Louise, 49, is still under review by the Riverside DA's Office in California.

Women notice something strange about hen party photos

The women, who spent the weekend at a hen party in Scotland on an isolated estate, set their digital camera to a timer to take a burst of photographs and two snaps taken just seconds apart revealed something very spooky. In one photograph, left, the women can be seen posing and in the second, right, where they can be seen throwing their hands in the air, they were shocked by something rather spooky in the background.

The body of Celine Dookhran, 20, was discovered lying face down with a silver tape in her mouth and stripy sock between her teeth, by police officers at the house in Kingston-upon-Thames.

Dani Mathers has completed her 240 hours of community service that she was given for a criminal invasion of privacy charge for taking a photo of a naked elderly woman at her gym.

UK Weather: Britain is battered by Storm Fionn

Severe gales of 93mph were recorded at Capel Curig Saws in Wales today, while gusts reached 72mph at London City Airport and Liverpool this morning. At least 30 vehicles were stuck on the A19 northbound, near Hartlepool, as heavy snow showers hit the region. Police arrived at the scene but there was no sign on any movement for a while due to snow ploughs being unable to get through. The Dartford River crossing was closed this morning due to the strong winds. causing traffic chaos on the M25, A2 and A13. Pictures of fallen trees blocking roads, emerged from across the country, including in Newport and Leicester (left). The extreme weather Britain is experiencing today is not Storm Fionn, which is making its way across Scandinavia. The remnants of the storm is creating low pressure across the UK, bringing severe gales of up to 95mph and heavy snow in the north. Today's weather bomb has not been named, after just falling below the criteria needed for a named storm. In France, where it is affecting the north of the country, it has been called Storm David. The next one is due to be called Storm Georgina in the UK.

Frank La Rue, 65, an Assistant Director-General of Unesco, the UN's cultural arm, based in Paris, was formally suspended by the organisation's Director-General Audrey Azoula.

Worst restaurant waiter fails that are hilariously bad 

After working long shifts, some servers and waiters are bound to have some mistakes. However, FEMAIL reveals some of the worst waiter fails that are so unbelievably bad, you can't help but laugh. One server made a dessert plate for their customer that said 'Happy 75th Birday' instead of 'birthday.' A waitress knocked over a giant decorative planter on the way back to the kitchen and it shattered into pieces all over the restaurant. Some customers were left baffled when they looked at their server checks only to find curse words listed by accident, leaving them seriously confused.

Jack Green, a 26-year-old British sprint athlete from Kent, has slammed a school on Twitter, after it banned children from dressing as popstars or sports people on their 'My World of Work' day.

A court heard Shree Ladwa, 43, never had a permanent job when she was in a relationship with Beverley Chapman, 45, as she claimed half of her house near Chingford in north-east London.

Dramatic moment 'drunk' Irish woman screams 'you're the devil' in epic meltdown on Ryanair flight which forced the pilot to divert to northern Spain 

The unnamed woman and her partner were escorted off flight FR7063 from Alicante to Dublin when it stopped in Santander after the passenger's furious outburst at 35,000ft. Video has now emerged showing her screaming 'You're a devil! She's a devil!' as cabin crew desperately tried to encourage her to calm down and take a seat. Footage captured by a fellow passenger shows her shouting, pointing towards the front of the plane and stomping her feet.

Tragic Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan is set to be laid to rest alongside alongside her beloved late father who passed away in 2011 from cancer. She will be buried at Caherelly Cemetery, Ireland

Amazing Florida home that has a river running through it

This Florida home has a unique feature - a river that runs through it, which allows the people living there to move around it by swimming. There is also a lagoon and waterfall at the unique home. The property was built by an architect for himself and the 88,000 square foot residence (exterior pictured inset) is said to have sold for $2.05 million last year. The owners can swim from the living room to the dining room and then float to the bedroom come night time.

The British bride-to-be revealed in a Mumsnet post that she'd been unable to book the week off work - but when she told her maid of honour she simply advised her to 'call in sick'.

Avril Hockley, 80, of Lymington, was 'trying to be safe' and intended to slow down to give way to oncoming traffic but her 'body did the opposite from what the brain told her to do', a court heard.

Conor Ellison, 25, became the first person to be stood up on Blind Date in 20 years when stunning City worker Rosie Allen, 27, pulled out at the last minute.

Teresa Fitzherbert said politicians in Westminster harassed and bullied female aides - making sexual jokes and reducing women just starting out on their careers to tears.

Terrifying moment a man grabs a bystander as a HUMAN SHIELD before killers him down in a hail of bullets - but leave his hostage alive in Brazil

This is the terrifying moment an innocent motorist, who is about to pay for his petrol, finds himself used as a human shield and miraculously survives, as hitmen execute the hostage-taker in a hail of bullets. CCTV footage of the dramatic incident at a gas station in Sao Paulo shows the unidentified man in a yellow t-shirt walking nonchalantly towards the forecourt shop, which is out of shot, to pay his bill. As he passes between two parked cars he suddenly turns to run. For at that very moment a man comes charging into him, grabs him around the waist and as the pair stumble forward, the victim in a blue top rugby tackles the unsuspecting driver to the ground and holds onto him tightly.

People walked fewer than four times a week in 2015 - compared to almost five in 2005, the National Travel Survey revealed today in a regular update on how people in England move around.

YouTube, based in San Bruno, California, has said it is removing so-called Tide Pod Challenge videos because they encourage 'dangerous activities' that carry severe risk of harm.

Popsugar has compiled a guide to the best places to keep you condiments to preserve flavour and make sure they're safe to eat - and the tips may surprise you, such as keeping nut oils in the fridge.

Andy Barton, 26, and Becky Middhat, 25, from Eastbourne, have packed in their jobs and sold their house to fund a dream trip to South America - and hope to travel the world indefinitely.

The woman, named only as Sarah, spoke to This Morning's psychologist Lucy Beresford, and told how her partner still saw his ex girlfriend so that he could visit the dog they used to share.

'Heroic' woman is filmed running to save a commuter 'as he tries to leap in front of a train' wins praise online... but police dismiss video as 'a good FAKE' 

Police have cast doubt on incredible footage that appears to show a woman stopping a distressed man from jumping in front of a train. The incident is said to have happened at Tring in Hertfordshire. At the start of the heart-stopping footage the man is seen throwing his bag against a wall and then repeatedly pacing the platform. He is on the phone and appears to becoming increasingly distressed when a couple with a baby walk past. The man then throws his mobile down - all the while the woman from the passing pair continues to look back at the agitated man. When the man is kneeling down the woman walks back towards him - just in time, it appears, to save the man from jumping in front of an oncoming train.

Researchers from the University of Exeter used a new modelling method to examine how much the Earth's average surface temperature go up if the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is doubled.

New research suggests that unusually high temperatures and levels of humidity in Kazakhstan in 2015 led to an outbreak of a bacterial disease, causing a mass die-off of 200,000 saiga antelope.

Kelly Pouw, 26, from Waterloo, Ontario, suffers from cold urticaria, which is thought to be incurable and leaves Ms Pouw trapped inside her home, unable to play with her children.

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Guard of honour escorts cortege of PC killed in crash

A 'dedicated' top cop has been laid to rest today after he died following a horrific car smash on Christmas Day. PC Dave Fields, 45, was responding to an incident in his marked BMW 3 series when he was in a head-on collision with a Citroen C3 on the A57 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Around 400 people consisting of colleagues, friends and family attended his funeral as a guard of honour was formed leading mourners into Grenoside Crematorium.

The clandestine graves were found in the township of Xalisco in Nayarit State which has long been the base of black-tar heroin dealers who supply the West Coast of the United States.

Ben Stokes' hopes of making his England comeback in Wellington on February 13 have been scuppered after his court date to hear an affray charge was set for the same date.

Restaurant boss Antonio Martin-Melero, pictured with his wife Victoria, from Cleveleys, Lancashire died two days after he was struck down by a rare and incredibly severe form of laryngitis.

The vegan burger is made from soya protein is only available in Finland and Sweden. Following a successful trial, it's a regular menu item at hundreds of branches. It also has a gluten-free bun.

Official figures released today give a glimpse into the spending habits of Britons, showing that on average £72 a week goes on accommodation, £79 on transport and £10.60 on holidays.

Louanne Budgen, 33, attacked her partner Hayley at their home in Manchester in an alcohol-fuelled rage because she had left a Christmas family gathering early to put their three children to bed.

Emily Maitlis said she had been let down by the criminal justice system and Edward Vines's unwanted attention had a devastating impact on her family, likening it to a 'sort of chronic illness'.

Eli Rezkallah recreates sexist 1950s adverts

Photographer Eli Rezkallah, 31, from Lebanon, re-shot the images from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s but swapped the roles of the male and female characters to highlight their sexist messages. The adverts, promoting brands like Hoover and Van Heusen, depict women as subservient and downtrodden while men are intelligent and domineering. The striking results of Eli's project draw attention to the derogatory and abusive meanings behind the advertisements.

Investment bank Goldman Sachs posted a $1.93billion loss in the fourth quarter after being hit with $4 billion in charges related to the new tax law and sluggish trading.

The Hungarian government's new 'stop George Soros' laws are it says a bid to stop foreign funding of illegal migration backed by the US tycoon - but critics say the move is deeply undemocratic.

Dave Fields, 45, was responding to an incident in his marked BMW 3 series when he was in a head-on collision with a Citroen C3 on the A57 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.

The Jahai hunter-gatherers living in Malay find odours just as easy to name as colours and unlike most modern humans (stock image) they have not lost their sense of smell.

Luke Johns (pictured), 19, from Pontypridd in Wales, suffered multiple head injuries after he toppled over the stairway banister in his student accommodation.

Haitians will no longer be eligible for US visas given to low-skilled workers, bringing an end to a small-scale effort to employ Haitians in the US after a catastrophic 2010 earthquake.

Retired lecturer Noel Conway, 68, from Shrewsbury, has won his Court of Appeal bid to challenge a court ruling over his wish for a 'peaceful and dignified' death.

EXCLUSIVE: Matt Fiddes, 37, from Wiltshire, performed CPR on his son, Hero, as he waited for 21 minutes for an ambulance when he stopped breathing on a afternoon in October.

Diets high in red meat, processed foods and soda cause inflammation, in turn raising bowel cancer risks by a third, and more for overweight men like Trump, according to a new Harvard University study.

You think you're having a bad day? Hilarious moment forklift driver breaks every single glass bottle on the pallet he was trying to lift 

NEW This is the hilarious moment a forklift driver breaks nearly every single glass bottle on his pallet. The video starts with the sound of one solitary glass bottle shattering. From this, the driver peaks his head through the forklift's frame to assess the damage.Then, as he tries again to move the very top pallet of three, a bottle falls the distance and smashes on the ground again. But the forklift worker persists. And as he lifts the pallet up very slowly it begins to seem as if he can salvage his work and actually get the bottles down. Yet it is false hope as with each slow nudge that occurs a domino effect begins. It is unclear where this video was filmed.

Experts at online marketplace OnBuy.com researched current market trends, alongside their own survey of 2,400 perfume consumers, to reveal the biggest fragrance trends for the coming year.

EXCLUSIVE: Rebecca Griffiths, 30, from Berkshire, suffers from a progressive form of cyclical vomiting syndrome that causes her to vomit blood dozens of times a day.

If weight loss continues to be a struggle, there could be a number of factors at play. Australian nutritionist Kate Save reveals some of the issues that can hold people back from losing weight.

From using an apple slice to soften brown sugar to cutting your cheesecake with dental floss, these simple but effective hacks from amateur chefs will make life in the kitchen a lot smoother.

Incredible moment a diver sends a shark into a trance-like state and strokes it like a puppy in the sea off the Bahamas 

NEW This is the incredible moment when a British Marine biologist pets sharks like puppies in the waters near the Bahamas. Alexander Wilcox, an apprentice under conservationist and 'shark whisperer' Cristina Zenato showed off his skills to other divers as they are swamped by sharks. In the video, Mr Wilcox can clearly be seen doing what many would believe unthinkable - stroking, touching and holding one of nature's most feared predator's in tropical waters.

Crash test dummies! The REAL PEOPLE who volunteered to be strapped into a car and smashed into trees and other cars in Germany

Disturbing footage has re-emerged of real people being used as crash test dummies in 1970s Germany.  The footage shows people being violently thrown around by cars in their seats during simulation car crashes. It also shows people hitting other cars with passengers inside, as well as hitting stationary objects such as trees.  

Two women accused of breaking a 15-year-old girl's arm in a racist assault are being hunted by police after they allegedly threw food at the victim in north-east London.

Helpful tips and tricks reveal how to make your kitchen supplies go further. They suggest making your own detergent which could end up costing just 1p a load, and bulking out mince with lentils.

Some residents of the South African city have already been forced to join queues for emergency water rations as the mayor fends off allegations that she has not handled the crisis competently.

Evan Hawksworth, 14, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, was 20 minutes into the second-half of an under-14s rugby league match when he tackled a player in possession of the ball from the opposing side.

Heartwarming moment rescuers use logs to free an elk that has been stuck fast in a frozen lake for hours 

NEW This is the heartwarming moment when an elk is rescued after being stuck in a frozen lake in icy temperatures. The footage, taken in Brahin, Belarus shows the beast gets stuck in the lake that's turned to ice after the region suffered a freezing winter. Armed with pieces of wood, two men dressed in camouflage, hack at the lake until there is enough room for the beast to free itself.

Danny Denison was involved in a fracas at the three-star Hotel Celebrity in Bournemouth in the early hours of New Year's Eve. He got into 'some banter' with the man before a fight broke out.

Wealden MP Nusrat Ghani was promoted to be a Transport Minister at last week's reshuffle and today answered questions on her brief for the first time (pictured).

Researchers from the Michigan-based non-profit organisation The Ecology Center found just two percent of stores' receipts do not contain the 'gender-bending' chemical BPA or its alternative BPS.

The 1886 sketches, which both depict Montmartre hill in Paris, have been confirmed as van Gogh pieces after extensive research by experts at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

Craig Williams, former boss of Sheffield-based firm Playtime Beds Ltd, is accused of gross negligence manslaughter following the boy's tragic death in November last year.

Tahir Zarif, from Derby, was being sought in connection with the February 2016 murder of Akhtar Javeed at his catering supplies firm in Digbeth, Birmingham.

Brett Everitt (pictured) had been speeding and doing wheelies when he smashed into a Toyota in Bilston, West Midlands. Passenger Kian Buckler flew off the back seat and died of head injuries.

Off the hook: Terrifying moment fishermen dive into river water just seconds before huge speedboat smashes into their vessel

A GoPro camera captured the dramatic moment American fisherman Marlin Lee Larsen's 31-foot motorboat plowed into Bryan Maess' 20-foot fishing boat near the mouth of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean on August 12. Footage shows Maess, who had been fishing with passengers Christopher McMahon and Roni Durham, frantically waving his arms and shouting 'Hey!' to try and get the attention of the boat bearing down on them. 'Oh my God,' screamed one of his passengers as the realization sunk in that the boat wasn't going to stop.

NEW A new study led by the Australian National University has found the building blocks of Buckingham Palace (pictured) and many other iconic buildings were made by microbes.

Mother-of-three Judith Hood was attacked as she waited at a cash point while 12 people walked by without coming to her aid. In court, she said her 'faith in humanity has been diminished.'

Nurses Fiona McQueen, 56, Ellie Backhurst, 40, and Laura Howell, 32, shared the difficulties of having a healthy lifestyle whilst working odd shifts and long hours for the NHS.

Porn star Stormy Daniels passed a polygraph test in 2011 as she talked about her 'textbook generic' sexual relations with a married Donald Trump more than a decade ago, In Touch Weekly claims .

Dr Elizabeth Keating underwent a gruelling 10-hour operation at St George's Hospital, Tooting. Surgeons used photos of her before the accident to make sure her face was realigned correctly.

The moment two boys are dramatically rescued from the sea by a DRONE in a world-first operation which saw lifeguards get the job done without getting their feet wet

Two teenage swimmers who were sucked out to sea in a rip have been rescued by a drone in a world-first operation. The boys were spotted in distress in rough seas off Lennox Head in northern New South Wales on Thursday morning. Relentless sets of large waves made it almost impossible for rescuers to reach them by boat. Luckily, the Westpac Little Ripper drone was nearby and ready for its first real-life emergency.

Meet Jann Horn, 22, from Germany, who discovered a fundamental flaw in Intel computer chips by accident while leafing through thousand-page processor manuals for a project he was working on.

Just as the surface of oceans on Earth lie at an average elevation that we call 'sea level,' Titan's seas also lie at an average elevation, according to research from Cornell University.

Indian officials say the launch of the nuclear-capable intercontinental Agni-5 ballistic missile is a major step in its deterrence strength - but the move is certain to upset Pakistan and China.

Peter Wyngarde, pictured, was one of the most famous British TV actors of the late 1960s and 1970s playing dashing characters in most of the cult classic shows of the time.

This is why you should never play the 'airplane game' after feeding your little one. New dad Aidan Cameron, of Stockport, was quick to discover the downsides of the game once his baby was sick.

If you tend to stick to the house wine in restaurant to avoid embarrassment, these handy infographics from a British retailer will help you to give even the in-house sommelier a run for their money.

Abandoned Russian home is transformed into an ice palace

The strength of the Russian winter is so severe that it has transformed an abandoned residence into an incredible icy palace - reminiscent of the Disney film Frozen where everything Snow Queen Elsa touched turned to ice. The house in Ekaterinburg - a city near the Ural Mountains - experienced temperatures that plummeted to -17C in January. The property resembles something out of a children's fairy story because a burst water main has almost entirely coated each room in ice, Russia Today reported.

There were a total of 7,230 rapes in Sweden in 2017, according to preliminary statistics from the country's National Council on Crime Prevention (Brå).

Nail-biting footage shows a group of workers smashing and jumping on a glass walkway on the side of a cliff in China. They were testing if the walkway could withstand sudden potential danger.

The latest accusation against the 58-year-old Hollywood star relates to an incident in Westminster in 2005 and police have said they received an allegation that a man was sexually assaulted.

Boston University's new study shows concussions are to CTE what a cough is to lung cancer. A cough does not predict lung cancer, and treating it does not cure lung cancer. It is the same for CTE.

James Dowley, 28, from Shropshire, stripped down to his T-shirt and pants before wading 20 metres through the icy waters to save the baby - only to find it was actually a life-size doll.

19th Century images capture brave interracial couples

These striking black and white images capture interracial couples in the US in the late 1800s and early 1900s, at a time when such relationships were taboo and - in some cases - illegal. Clockwise from top left: Louis Gregory and Louisa Mathews Gregory met while on a pilgrimage to the Holy Lane in 1911; successful boxer Jack Johnson and his wife Etta Terry Duryea in 1910; a Chinese man with his Creole wife circa 1910; Japanese American Gunjiro Aoki and his wife Gladys; an unknown interracial couple on their wedding day; Charles Meehan and his wife Hester met as children and went on to marry.

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