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Heartbreaking video shows toddler desperately trying to wake dead mum before sucking at her milk

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Heartbreaking video shows toddler desperately trying to wake dead mum before sucking at her milk

- Heartbreaking footage shows a little boy sucking at his dead mother's milk - unaware she has died. The 17-month-old toddler cried out for his mum, but when he didn't receive a response, he held onto her and began drinking milk from her. Police arrived to find a tearful group of people gathered around the boy and his mum - who is believed to have been hit by a train as she tried to cross the tracks

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Jose Mourinho reveals why he chose Juan Mata over Anthony Martial for Man United's Europa League final against Ajax

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Jose Mourinho reveals why he chose Juan Mata over Anthony Martial for Man United's Europa League final against Ajax

- Jose Mourinho has revealed why he chose Juan Mata to start in place of Anthony Martial for Manchester United's Europa League final against Ajax. The Spaniard was an unused substitute for the Red Devils' second leg semi-final against Celta Vigo and didn't feature at all against Crystal Palace on Sunday. Anthony Martial played the second half against The Eagles but was picked to start on the bench on Wednesday evening

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Europa League final to offer closing words of advice to Manchester United teammates

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Europa League final to offer closing words of advice to Manchester United teammates

- He may be injured, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic wasn't going to miss an emotional homecoming at the Friends Arena. The Manchester United striker had hoped to lead the line in Wednesday night's Europa League final in Stockholm, but saw a knee injury picked up in the quarter-final win over Anderlecht end that dream. More agonisingly, it denied the veteran hitman a reunion with former club Ajax, for whom he scored 48 goals in 110 games between 2001 and 2004

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Manchester bombing victims Marcin and Angelika Klis pictured smiling for the camera just hours before being killed in Arena attack while waiting to pick up their now orphaned daughters

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Manchester bombing victims Marcin and Angelika Klis pictured smiling for the camera just hours before being killed in Arena attack while waiting to pick up their now orphaned daughters

- A TRAGIC couple are pictured smiling for the camera just hours before they were killed in the Manchester bomb blast. Angelika and Marcin Klis took a selfie in the city centre while on their way to pick up their daughters from Manchester Arena following the Ariana Grande concert. Today we launch a Together With Manchester appeal – to raise money for families of the victims of the Arena bomb

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Tesco shopper horrified after finding ‘wriggling worm’ in her salad just as she was about to take a bite

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Tesco shopper horrified after finding ‘wriggling worm’ in her salad just as she was about to take a bite

- A HORRIFIED woman discovered a WORM in a pitta bread from Tesco just before taking a bite and claims she was offered just £1 compensation for the disgusting experience. Katie Sapiano was left fuming after she found the wriggly creature in a Simple Salad pot which was purchased today from Tesco Express store. The 20-year-old, from Bow, east London, revealed that after reaching out to the retail giant on Twitter she was told that “no harm would come to her” if she ate the worm

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Phil Mitchell to make a dramatic return to EastEnders as he bounces back from liver transplant to rescue the family during a crisis

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Phil Mitchell to make a dramatic return to EastEnders as he bounces back from liver transplant to rescue the family during a crisis

- PHIL Mitchell will no longer be EastEnders' hardman - instead he will make a dramatic return to Albert Square a "changed man" to rescue his family from a shock "crisis"

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Bizarre moment African priest tries to claim he is on the phone to GOD mid-sermon

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Bizarre moment African priest tries to claim he is on the phone to GOD mid-sermon

- INCREDIBLE footage shows a charlatan priest pretending to speak to God on his mobile PHONE in front of a stunned congregation. Zimbabwean pastor Paul Sanyangore is shown holding the smartphone to his ear while saying “hello, is this heaven?” The 32-year-old priest, of Victory World International Ministries, paces up and down in front of an emotional woman who is on her knees with her hands raised in the air

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Cheska Hull is returning to Made In Chelsea to make a guest appearance at BFF Binky Felstead’s baby shower

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Cheska Hull is returning to Made In Chelsea to make a guest appearance at BFF Binky Felstead’s baby shower

- CHESKA Hull will make a brief return to Made In Chelsea for her best friend Binky Felstead’s baby shower. The latest trailer for the reality show sees Cheska giving mum-to-be Binky and Ollie Locke a warm hug in the grounds of a lavish house. One of the original cast members, Cheska appeared in seven consecutive series of the show from 2011 before leaving in 2014

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A fifth of Brits get hot and bothered with their lover in their MOTOR – but it could see them fined up to £2,500

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A fifth of Brits get hot and bothered with their lover in their MOTOR – but it could see them fined up to £2,500

- A SURPRISINGLY high number of British drivers have enjoyed a romp on the road, according to a saucy new survey. Nearly one in five of motorists admitted to getting it on with their partner behind the wheel – an act which can attract a hefty fine. Conducted by MyCarNeedsA.com, the study looked into the different kinds of multi-tasking behaviours of drivers, and found that “indulging in passion” while travelling in the car was almost as common as making a phone call

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Overdue library book found 4,000 miles away in US

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Overdue library book found 4,000 miles away in US

- An overdue library book borrowed in Dudley, England, turned up at Boone County library in Kentucky, US, more than eight years later. Librarians on both sides of the Atlantic were baffled of the book's journey and are trying to chase whoever had dropped it off.

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Victoria's Secret model Elsa Hosk poses like no one is watching as she sunbathes in a white bikini in Cannes

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Victoria's Secret model Elsa Hosk poses like no one is watching as she sunbathes in a white bikini in Cannes

- VICTORIA’S Secret model Elsa Hosk wowed onlookers with her stunning bikini body as she posed up a storm in Cannes. The blonde beauty showed off her incredible figure in the slinky white swimwear for a photoshoot in the French city. Elsa, 28, posed like a pro by a swimming pool at a Cannes hotel, stretching her arms out and running her hands through her long blonde hair

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When is the Take That 2017 Wonderland tour and which UK dates have been rescheduled due to the Manchester bombing?

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When is the Take That 2017 Wonderland tour and which UK dates have been rescheduled due to the Manchester bombing?

- TAKE That are currently wowing audiences with their live tour – but have had to cancel some dates due to Manchester Arena terrorist attack. Find out more about the tour with Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald and which gigs have been cancelled, and which ones are back on. When is Take That’s Wonderland tour? The Take That tour is well underway and Gary, Mark and Howard have been wowing crowds around the UK

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Ariana Grande reunites with boyfriend Mac Miller as she returns to the US after Manchester suicide bombing

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Ariana Grande reunites with boyfriend Mac Miller as she returns to the US after Manchester suicide bombing

- ARIANA Grande has been consoled by her boyfriend Mac Miller as she returned to the US after the suicide bombing at her concert in Manchester on Monday night. The pop star was spotted for the first time since 22 gig-goers were killed at the Manchester Arena, prompting her to postpone the rest of her world tour. After the atrocity, Ariana, 23, quit Britain and flew back to the US with her mum Joan, who accompanied her on tour

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Man, 43, who spent 24 YEARS in jail for a murder he didn’t commit celebrates as he is finally freed

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Man, 43, who spent 24 YEARS in jail for a murder he didn’t commit celebrates as he is finally freed

- A MISCARRIAGE of justice victim who spent 24 years banged up for murder he did not commit has finally been exonerated and united with his fiancée. Shaurn Thomas had been convicted for playing a part in the murder of Puerto Rican businessman Domingo Martinez, who was shot in 1990 while taking $25,000 (£19,000) to a cheque-cashing store. But yesterday he was released from prison in Frackville, Pennsylvania after it was ruled the evidence that had convicted him was unsound

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Marty McKenna suspended from Geordie Shore hours after Scotty T got the boot

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Marty McKenna suspended from Geordie Shore hours after Scotty T got the boot

- MARTY McKenna has been suspended from Geordie Shore and will not be filming any more scenes for the new series of the MTV show. The party loving Northerner – who was booted out of his flat before filming even started because of his rowdy get-togethers – was removed from the house last week by producers. He joins Scotty T in the dog house, after The Sun revealed he’d been suspended from the show for his rowdy behaviour

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Kourtney Kardashian strips to a thong bikini and kisses new boyfriend Younes Bendjim as they lounge on a yacht in Cannes

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Kourtney Kardashian strips to a thong bikini and kisses new boyfriend Younes Bendjim as they lounge on a yacht in Cannes

- KOURTNEY Kardashian has been pictured cuddling up to her new boyfriend Younes Bendjim during a saucy sunbathing session on a yacht in Cannes. The reality regular wore nothing but a thong bikini as she leaned in and kissed her man on a sunlounger. Mum-of-three Kourtney, 38, has been soaking up the sun on a trip to the French city with Younes and her sister Kendall Jenner

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Lionel Messi 'sentenced to 21 months in prison' after £3.5m tax avoidance over three years

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Lionel Messi 'sentenced to 21 months in prison' after £3.5m tax avoidance over three years

- LIONEL MESSI has been sentenced to 21 months in prison, but is unlikely to face any jail time. report he Barcelona striker has been found guilty of breaching three tax offences, which total around £3.5million in the years 2007, 2008 and 2009. While he also failed to declare around £8.7m in image rights. However, as Spanish law denotes that an sentence under two years can be served as probation, Messi is unlikely to spend any time in jail

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Robot police officer goes on duty in Dubai

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Robot police officer goes on duty in Dubai

- Dubai Police have revealed their first robot officer, giving it the task of patrolling the city's malls and tourist attractions. People will be able to use it to report crimes, pay fines and get information by tapping a touchscreen on its chest. Data collected by the robot will also be shared with the transport and traffic authorities. The government said the aim was for 25% of the force to be robotic by 2030 but they would not replace humans

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  • Birmingham University to open campus in the Gulf
    Birmingham University to open campus in the Gulf

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    The University of Birmingham's plan to open a campus in Dubai is the latest example of universities expanding with international branches. Vice-chancellor Sir David Eastwood emphasised the university's international credentials - saying its campus in the Gulf would show its "global mission" and that it was an "outward looking, world-class institution". The first phase of Birmingham's new outpost in the United Arab Emirates will open in the autumn - but most of the undergraduate and graduate courses will run from autumn 2018

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  • A fifth of Brits get hot and bothered with their lover in their MOTOR – but it could see them fined up to £2,500
    A fifth of Brits get hot and bothered with their lover in their MOTOR – but it could see them fined up to £2,500

    , thesun.co.uk

    A SURPRISINGLY high number of British drivers have enjoyed a romp on the road, according to a saucy new survey. Nearly one in five of motorists admitted to getting it on with their partner behind the wheel – an act which can attract a hefty fine. Conducted by MyCarNeedsA.com, the study looked into the different kinds of multi-tasking behaviours of drivers, and found that “indulging in passion” while travelling in the car was almost as common as making a phone call

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  • Schiaparelli: Crashed lander was ill-prepared for Mars
    Schiaparelli: Crashed lander was ill-prepared for Mars

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    The crashed European spacecraft Schiaparelli was ill-prepared for its attempt at landing on the surface of Mars. That's the conclusion of an inquiry into the failure on 16 October 2016. The report outlines failings during the development process and makes several recommendations ahead of an attempt to land a rover on Mars in 2020. That mission will require more testing, improvements to software and more outside oversight of design choices

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  • Health expert warns that social media selfie obsession is ‘fuelling skin cancer’
    Health expert warns that social media selfie obsession is ‘fuelling skin cancer’

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    OUR vain selfie obsession and the dominance of social media is contributing to a skin cancer epidemic, according to a health expert. Harley Street dermatologist Christopher Rowland Payne told The Mail on Sunday that selfie-obsessed Brits are putting their health on the line in return for “likes” on social media. The skin specialist believes that the need for instant gratification is pushing young people to dangerous lengths in their desire to look good on Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat

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