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The 12 young football players rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand are recovering well, as new video footage shows them waving and appearing to smile behind green surgical masks in a hospital isolation unit (left). The video from the hospital in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand sees some of the boys making 'horn' hand signs for the camera, as they sit in their beds surrounded by medical staff (right). The last remaining four school boys and their coach, who had been trapped in the Tham Luang cave complex for 18 days, were carried out on stretchers on Tuesday at the end of a three-day operation(inset). The leader of the U.S. contingent of the operation has revealed that the arduous journey through the water-filled tunnes of the cave would see them endure dives in zero visibility lasting up to half an hour.

Rail boss 'took two seats after ordering commuters OUT of first class on packed train'

Mark Boon - Operations Director of Southern Rail's parent company Govia Thameslink - told passengers to stay out of the carriage on a packed service, as he plonked his bag down in the next seat. Passenger Emma Fitzpatrick (inset) took a photo of him with his things spread over two seats while other passengers had to squeeze into the rammed doorway of the adjoining carriage. The photo sparked outrage on social media among Southern Rail passengers who have endured months of delays and strikes.

The 50-year-old, from Kent, appeared at a pre-trial hearing in Italy along with five of the suspects who are aged between 18 and 21 and told judges that 'I recognise all of them.'

In a move announced hours before England's crunch World Cup match, parliament said the St George flag will feature permanently above the clock face on the famous landmark at Westminster.

Horrific accounts of rape and abuse have been given to MPs investigating widespread abuse by aid workers overseas. One story included a girl being given one dollar in Haiti before being raped.

According to ex-FBI agent Holly Hubert who is now CEO of Buffalo-based GlobalSecurityIQ, the simple hack can protect cars from being stolen.

Prince Harry and Meghan arrive to meet Irish leader Michael Higgins

The Duchess of Sussex has today captured hearts and won over a nation as she tickled children, joked with a president and played with dogs on her whirlwind tour of Ireland. Meghan and Harry started a second day of engagements in Dublin with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins where they bonded over their shared love of rescue dogs (bottom right). Meghan looked typically elegant in black velvet court shoes, a £3,850 Fendi handbag and a taupe green dress by designer Roland Mouret, but she and her husband impressively managed a speedy change of clothes before making their way to Croke Park, home of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Meghan donned a sharp tailored black suit, patent court shoes and a simple white t-shirt, finishing the look with a black clutch bag. She even completely restyled her hair, replacing her immaculate chignon bun with loose tousled waves. Bounding with energy and enthusiasm, the pair played with youngsters at the grounds with Harry even letting one cheeky chap stroke his beard as another pulled Meghan's hair (centre and top right).

Eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, had left the packaging on the protective studs on the underside of her bag as she stepped off the plane at Dublin City Airport.

Meghan Markle wears £17,000 wardrobe in just three hours in Dublin

The Duchess of Sussex , 36, looked typically glamorous as she kicked off a second day of engagements in Dublin with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins. Meghan is a known friend of Mouret's with the French designer making appearances on her now deleted Instagram account so it came as no surprise to see her her opt for one of his pieces today.

A man asked users of an online forum if they also have so-called 'p*** shivers' after his girlfriend told releasing urine causes her to experience shivers 'from her spine to her head'.

It is a curiosity but not a question you're likely to ask your doctor - Kim Murphy, a researcher from Monash University in Australia, explains why green snot means your immune system's working.

NEW Kiara Moore died in the River Teifi in Cardigan, Wales, when the family car reversed into the water while her mother popped into her boyfriend's office.

Lindsay Durdle (pictured), from Bucklebury, West Berkshire, died at just 37 years old in May earlier this year after a long battle with breast cancer which spread to her lungs and her brain.

'Football fever has definitely hit work!' Hysteria builds at firms and schools across England as 30million gear up to watch tonight's historic World Cup semi-final with Croatia - as rush hour begins early as fans race home 

World Cup fever has taken complete control of the country, which will come to a standstill tonight as 30million people tune in to watch Harry Kane 's heroes take on Croatia in the semi-final. Today fans have been in a state of high excitement and anxiety ahead of England's most important match for 28 years. Offices and landmarks were turned into giant crosses of St George while schools swapped hymns for renditions of 'Three Lions' and giddy supporters danced in their classrooms and offices. Millions are knocking off work early to get home or the pub in plenty of time for kick-off tonight but the rush could cause chaos on the roads and railways at around 5pm. But cities, towns and villages should all be deserted by 7pm and will be 'much quieter than Christmas Day', according to the RAC.

Everyone from officer workers to morning television presenters are donning sleeveless vests in anticipation of England's first World Cup semi-final since 1990 against Croatia tonight.

Dele Alli was taken in by the Hickfords when his mother's problems with alcohol risked jeopardising his football career. On Saturday, he smiled with the family who helped turn him into a star.

Uri Geller, who appeared on This Morning via video link, told how the figure is a recurring theme in both the current tournament, and England's road to World Cup triumph in 1966 - to gasps from Holly and Phil.

'So hard to concentrate... please can it be 7pm already?' Anxious England fans post hilarious memes moaning about being stuck at work ahead of tonight's World Cup clash 

Anxious England fans are posting hilarious memes moaning about being stuck at work as they count down the minutes to the historic World Cup clash with Croatia. Workers across the country are struggling to concentrate at their desks as they nervously clock-watch their way through one last shift before tonight's big match. England will face off against Croatia in Moscow at 7pm tonight, after sailing through their quarter-final clash with Sweden with a 2-0 win. But even after waiting 28 years to reach a World Cup semi-final, the anticipation of just one more day is proving too much for most of England's workforce.

Prince Harry, 33, confidently declared that football is 'most definitely' coming home during an appearance in Dublin this morning. England will take on Croatia in Russia tonight.

Across the UK, pubs, bars, gardens and public parks are getting ready to host huge World Cup parties - with police warning fans not to 'overstep the line' with any celebrations.

England invasion as 10,000 fans flood in to Moscow ahead of country's biggest game for a

England fans this afternoon turned Moscow's Red Square red, white and blue ahead of the country's biggest game for 28 years. Around 10,000 supporters have been pouring into the Russian capital as Gareth Southgate's men take on Croatia for a place in the final. England quarter final goal hero Harry McGuire's girlfriend Fern Hawkins (bottom left) was seen mingling with Three Lions fans in Moscow next to the Kremlin just hours before kick off at the Luzhniki Stadium. England supporters who have gone to Moscow without tickets have told how they are being asked to pay four times the face value by touts with some of the best seats changing hands for £1,750. Back home, England captain Harry Kane's heavily pregnant fiancee Kate Goodall told him to bring the World Cup home

May braces for spat with Donald Trump over defence at NATO summit

Theresa May and Donald Trump smiled awkwardly for the cameras today as they met up at the NATO summit in Brussels. The PM and the US president posed together despite his jibe that Britain is in 'turmoil' over Brexit and suggestion he will meet Boris Johnson when he comes to the UK. Mr Trump has also been demanding the UK and other allies in the military alliance pump up spending on defence. Earlier, Mrs May insisted Britain is the 'first to step up' to military challenges as she arrived for the gathering - and pledged an extra 440 troops to the mission in Afghanistan .

Queen Elizabeth II will welcome President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump at Windsor Castle with a military parade before they have tea on Friday.

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative proposed 10 percent tariffs on Tuesday on a list of 6,031 Chinese product lines ranging from burglar alarms to mackerel.

Trump mingles with world leaders at NATO after breakfast blow-up

President Donald Trump jovially greeted fellow world leaders on Wednesday afternoon at the opening ceremony of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's leader's summit in Brussels. Trump smiled and posed for photos with Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May and affectionately conversed with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Melania treated to Tchaikovsky with French first lady after Trump attacks Russia-Germany

First lady Melania Trump smiled as she took in a concert with French First Lady Brigitte Macron after her husband blew up at a breakfast meeting over Germany at the start of the NATO summit. Trump toured the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo. She heard chamber music and wore a Calvin Klein dress, and smiled alongside French First Lady Brigitte Macron. Her husband bashed Germany and said it was 'captive of Russia' at the start of a NATO summit.

The Prime Minister is facing intense pressure to change course after a series of resignations - with two party chiefs following Boris Johnson and David Davis out of the door last night.

Pro-Brexit Mr Martin said the prime minister had run into 'difficulties' over Brexit because she has prioritised making a deal with 'unelected EU representatives.'

QUENTIN LETTS reflects on recent tempestuous days after UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson left Downing Street shortly after Brexit secretary David Davis also quit Theresa May's cabinet.

Kate Middleton's parents join Camilla and Sophie at Wimbledon

Carole and Michael Middleton touched down on SW19 on Wednesday, closely followed by the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex, in their second visit to SW19 in a week. Sophie, 53, lead the glamorous arrivals in a recycled turquoise jumpsuit (far left) while Camilla donned a blush pink polka dot number (second from left). Carole, 63 (far right), looked set for summer in a belted white midi dress featuring a geometric pattern, paired with espadrille wedge pumps and a quilted chain bag. Meanwhile, Pippa looked chic in a striped shirt dress by Ralph Lauren (second from right).

Rachel Howkins was hit by the enormous charge after provider Unicom claimed she had used more than 17 gigabytes of data - enough to watch around nine films - in one afternoon.

Researchers at Binghamton University in New York say people who live farther from the equator or who sleep more during the day are more likely to develop obsessive compulsive disorder.

BBC's top 12 earners are all MEN with Gary Lineker highest paid

The Match Of The Day host (top left) is the corporation's biggest earner, taking home between £1.75 million and £1,759,999. He replaces Chris Evans (centre) at the top, who is shown to be earning between £1.6 million and £1,669,999 for his Radio 2 Breakfast show. The top 10 published this year is made up of men, with Lineker and Evans followed by Radio 2 DJ Graham Norton (top right), on up to £609,999 - not including payments for his TV chat show. DJ Steve Wright (bottom left) and newsreader Huw Edwards (centre bottom) make up the all-male top five. Claudia Winkleman (bottom right) is still the top-paid woman, on up to £379,999.

Researchers from the Autonomous University of Barcelona found that injecting a hormone, known as FGF21, causes weight loss and greater insulin sensitivity in rodents.

Manchester daughter admits manslaughter of her war hero father

Barbara Coombes (left), 64, struck Kenneth Coombes (right in his youth), 87, with a shovel at the family home in Stockport, Greater Manchester, in January 2006 after she discovered his stash of explicit child images. Manchester Crown Court heard how she 'snapped' after suffering 40 years of physical and verbal abuse at the hands of her violent and 'formidable' father. Coombes struck him twice with a shovel before wrapping him in a carpet and burying him in the back garden (inset, the plot). She was jailed for nine years today after admitting manslaughter.

Traffic officer PC Nuttall pulled over the silver Volkswagen and seized the car after discovering the motorist was behind the wheel illegally in Shirehampton, Bristol, on Monday.

The teen was gang raped by two men at a house in the city of Chhindwara, in India, and released - only to be picked up by three more men who took her back to the same house and attacked her again.

Love Island star's boyfriend tried to take his life four years ago

Aaron Armstrong (pictured with Sophie Grandon) , 25, was found dead at his home in Blyth, Northumberland, yesterday after it emerged he tried to take his own life four years ago. His family say they are 'devastated' at the news which comes just weeks after his girlfriend Sophie hanged herself. In the hours before his death, the boxer, from Blyth, Northumberland, revealed he was saved four years ago by his brother who found him.

Life-long England fan Sompong Jaiwong, 13, will be hoping the Three Lions beat Croatia tonight at the World Cup, his grandfather has said, but it is unclear if he even knows about the match after being trapped.

'The sun was in my eyes': Italian grandfather, 65, in George Clooney scooter crash says he didn't see the actor coming - and 'didn't want to go to work' afterwards because he was so upset

Antonelli Viglino, 65, had come to a stop and was about to turn left, crossing Clooney's path, when the actor plowed into him, reportedly at a speed of 60mph. Terrifying video of the collision shows Clooney being flung from his bike and landing on the ground. Miraculously, he survived with no head injuries and some damage to his pelvis. Viglino said he was stunned to learn who Clooney was once his helmet had been removed.

Beate Zschaepe, 43, will spend the rest of her life behind bars after being found guilty of shooting and killing nine Greek and Turkish immigrants and a German policewoman between 2000 and 2007.

WARNING: Graphic images. RSPCA inspectors discovered that Maxine Cammock's home in Dyke Village, near Bourne, Leicestershire, was full of animals living in squalor.

Mother blasts ASDA after her tables 'explode' within weeks of each other during the

NEW Sharon Harvey was stunned when her Asda garden table 'exploded' in her garden in Birmingham (bottom right). The store sent her a replacement but astonishingly, the second table also smashed to bits (bottom left). The £400 Jakarta set was seen with the glass in hundreds of tiny pieces in images posted on Facebook. Earlier this week, Paige Angela Tompkins, 23, from Leicester, revealed that her £90 Miami table set from Asda had also exploded in the heat. The store admitted the tables spontaneously combusting has happened on occasions. Wendy Slater from Aberdeen reported the same problem when her table exploded (top left).

Ayumi Kuboki, 31, was arrested last week on suspicion of causing the deaths of at least two patients at a hospital near Tokyo and allegedly admitted to poisoning up to 18 more.

Regional government chiefs want to limit the amount of alcohol on offer at airports in the Balearic Islands - which include Majorca, pictured, and Ibiza - and on incoming flights from the UK.

Meet the men and women who sculpted enviable physiques in just eight weeks

Since it was founded in 2011, the F45 fitness regime has attained cult status in Australia and around the world, with thousands of devotees showing off their gym-honed physiques as a result of following the program. And now, two new fitness enthusiasts from New South Wales and Queensland have debuted their incredible body transformations, after following a strict exercise regime for just eight weeks (left and right). Here, FEMAIL takes a look at their - and others' - success.

EXCLUSIVE Researchers from the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, found that compounds in jujube fruits programme lung, breast and prostate cancer cells to kill themselves in the lab.

Sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox reveals the ten signs that your mother-in-law is ruining your relationship and says that if any man hates his mother he hates ALL women.

Ordering room service is part of the pleasure of a hotel stay. But long waiting times can make this a frustrating experience. This hack will ensure your order jumps the queue and is delivered first.

Inside Luisa Zissman's lavish Hertfordshire mansion

She was catapulted into the spotlight during her 2013 stint on The Apprentice and has enjoyed a successful foray into business ever since. And now reality star Luisa Zissman, 31, has shown how her hard work has paid off and given fans a glimpse of her jaw-dropping Hertfordshire mansion on social media.

Monique Tucker, (inset below with her daughters) 34, from Crook, County Durham says Anya (seen left), 10, was badly burned on the first day of a family holiday to Elounda, on the Greek island of Crete.

A healthy diet doesn't always mean you need to give up your favourite foods. Australian dietitian Dr Joanna McMillan reveals chocolate and wine are just some you can eat for a longer life.

Tessa Penalver, 25, of Hornchurch, Essex, allegedly funnelled cash on behalf of Majit Sandhu, 32, whose gang sold stolen Range Rovers, Mercedes and BMWs on the black market.

Sian Waterhouse from Morecambe in Lancashire regularly used Snapchat and Facebook but was subjected to taunts from her peers which led to her self-harming before she took her own life.

The future of building? Watch the French 'builderbot' that 3D printed a family home for five in in just 54 hours

A team of researchers, scientists and engineers from France have created a 3D printed house in just a matter of hours. For the first time ever, the four-bedroom house will serve as home for a family of five. The 1,022-square-foot house, located in the northwestern French city of Nantes, only took about two days - or 54 hours - to complete.

A British mother took to Mumsnet to share the guilt she felt for not sending her teen daughter to school on careers day. She decided to give her teen the day off as she couldn't meet the school's dress code.

Public Health England figures show 26,745 have been struck down by scarlet fever already this year, after 27 just weeks. Cases of measles are twice as high as last year.

Police have spoken 'briefly' to Novichok poisoning victim Charlie Rowley as they try to find the source of the nerve agent which made him seriously ill and killed Dawn Sturgess, Scotland Yard said.

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What's so funny, William? Duke of Cambridge struggles to contain his giggles during RAF Centenary service - but a cool Kate manages to keep her composure

The Duke of Cambridge, 36, was seen laughing after Prince Edward gestured at someone to kneel down at Westminster Abbey. The camera then cut back to a smirking William, who was still trying to hold in his laughter. The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, is then seen catching him giggling, with the pair exchanging a smile.

Megan Lee, a psychology tutor at Southern Cross University, warns restrictive lifestyles fuel obsession that lead to weight gain and breaks down healthier habits that will control your waistline.

Abbie Colvin, 20, from Poulton, Lancashire, was first diagnosed with cervical cancer at just 19 after being plagued with cystitis, bleeding after sexual intercourse and lower back pain.

The budget airline has already scrapped 30 services between Ireland and the UK that had been scheduled for tomorrow, due to the industrial action by Ryanair pilots based in the country.

Richard Ratcliffe said he was expecting Boris Johnson to decide this week on whether his wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could be given diplomatic immunity and brought home to London.

Sophia Gibson, six, from Newtownards, County Down, suffers from a severe form of epilepsy known as Dravet syndrome and yesterday she was rushed to hospital after becoming unwell.

Horrific video shows mosquitoes trying to reach human skin through a net - so how DO you repel them? Two experts offer their top tips

Horrifying video has captured mosquitoes trying to reach and bite human skin through a net. The clip, filmed by a biologist from the University of Melbourne in Australia, shows the insects repeatedly trying to pierce the net with their proboscises, or mouths. According to the CDC, 2018 is set to be the worst yet for illnesses transmitted from mosquito bites, so how can you repel those pesky bugs? Daily Mail Online spoke to two experts about what you can do to protect yourself. They recommend using repellents with ingredients approved by the EPA including DEET, oil of lemon eucalyptus, picaridin and IR3535. Gadgets such as sonic devices and 'bug-repellent' bracelets are ineffective. For clothing, they say to wear loose long sleeves and long pants with socks that you can tuck the pants into.

Bride Rachel Beaufoy, from Leamington Spa, had just married the man of her dreams when her dress caught fire on a discarded sparkler. The newlywed watched in terror as flames engulfed the dress.

In the first three months of this year, Facebook made $4.8 billion in net profit with the firm making around $37,037 a minute. This means it would take just less than 18 minutes to pay the fine.

Revered fertility expert Professor Robert Winston has spoken of his disappointment that so few cycles of IVF actually result in a baby - and he told This Morning that it's down to a lack of research.

Paedophile ex-football star Adam Johnson's prison visits by redhead

Paedophile footballer Adam Johnson is being visited in jail by a mystery redhead, MailOnline can reveal. The woman (left) went to see the shamed 30-year-old former Premier League star yesterday at HMP Moorland near Doncaster with Johnson's sister Faye (inset). Johnson (right) was earning £60,000-a-week and had a glittering life as a Premier League star when he was jailed for six years for child sex offences in March 2016

The Air Force Research Laboratory is working with engineers at the University of Cincinnati to develop radical new clothing that can charge your cell phone.

The extra troops, from the Welsh Guards, will bolster the UK-led Kabul Security Force, which provides protection for Nato civilian staff engaged in capacity-building programmes in Afghanistan.

Britain's worst spot for parking fines has been identified - and the dubious distinction goes to Brighton, which last year issued more tickets than there are cars.

Most of Nigel Farage's extra earnings are from broadcasting contracts. He has a five-days-a-week show on talk channel LBC and often appears on TV commenting on Brexit.

Camilla touches Richard Branson's beard at Wimbledon

The Duchess of Cornwall shared a playful exchange with business tycoon Richard Branson in the royal box at Wimbledon today, and at one point appeared to touch his beard. After greeting Branson warmly and shaking his hand, Camilla returned to her front row seat to watch the action unfold on Centre Court. Richard was there with his daughter Holly, a close friend of Camilla's niece Princess Beatrice.

Venues across the country, from atmospheric beer gardens to rooftop hotspots, are offering England fans the chance to soak in the atmosphere and the sun rays at the same time.

The Croatian WAGs have descended on Moscow in spectacular style, posing in front of the city's most famous landmarks dressed head-to-toe in their country's national colours.

Here's Jane Fryer's guide to all you need to know about England's Croatian opponents - from their machismo, fear of air-con, loathing of Starbucks to their well-honed WAGS...

England's famous run to the semi-finals under Bobby Robson saw oversized shirts, custard pies in training and a few awful hair-cuts, but has anything really changed between then and now?

Dramatic video shows moment US woman kidnapped and held at gunpoint by her abused boyfriend managed to slip a note to veterinary hospital staff to raise the alarm

Video shows the moment a Florida man was arrested at a veterinary hospital  in May after his girlfriend tipped off workers that he was threatening her. Caroline Reichle, 28, was allegedly beaten for two days straight before her boyfriend allowed her out of the house to take their dog to the vet. At the animal hospital, Reichle scribbled out a note to staff reading: 'Call the cops. My boyfriend is threatening me. He has a gun. Please don't let him know'. The video picks up with officers entering an exam room at the clinic and taking 39-year-old Jeremy Floyd into custody. He now faces charges of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and battery.

Unpaid internships are controversial but regarded as necessary in today's working world. FEMAIL created a list of the most outlandish tasks ever asked of interns around the world.

Researchers from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, claim that colour X-rays allow doctors to identify markers of diseases, such as raised fat and calcium levels.

Henry Smith said he is refusing to join his party colleagues in watching the semi-final against Croatia as he fears that Theresa May's Brexit  stance could jinx the club.

New research by British-based MoneySuperMarket found that one in ten holidaymakers refuse to pay for travel insurance despite a third of them having to seek medical assistance while abroad.

The 27-year-old said she felt pressured into sex with French director Luc Besson to keep roles in his films including Valerion and comes two months after a different actress accused him of rape.

Bologna University scientists led the study of nearly 1,150 volunteers, believed to be the first long-term analysis of the diet's impact of bone health in older adults.

Kings College London experts led the study, which involved scientists from German and Spanish universities. The findings were published in the Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics.

Optical illusion reveals easily skewed perception of colour

A new optical illusion has revealed just how easily our perceptions of colour can be skewed.  The illusion, by Harvard University, involves  grid of 1,000 individual dots, which range from very blue to darker hues of purple. Researchers asked a group of volunteers to say if they thought each individual dot was blue or purple.  During the trials, dots that the participants previously identified as purple looked increasingly blue to them. Researchers say this is because it could be that the human brain doesn't make decisions based on hard rules but on context of what it's seen before.

A Blonde Ambition tour jacket, love letters to a female model and a record company rejection letter are among the items going on sale today in a special auction selling early-career memorabilia.

The male passenger repeatedly swore at the man, and said 'shut your f****** foreign mouth' in front of horrified travellers on a bus heading from Poole to Bournemouth in Dorset.

Holly Wright, four, from Northallerton, North Yorkshire, has uncombable hair syndrome, which affects only 100 people worldwide and counts Albert Einstein as a sufferer.

Drawn by illustrator E.H. Shepard, it encompasses unforgettable locations from the 'Pooh Trap for Heffalumps' to the famous spot 'where the Woozle wasn't'. Four other illustrations were also sold.

The craft, which is shaped like a round table with four carbon fiber legs, is set to blast off in December from Florida's Cape Canaveral aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It should reach the moon in February.

Now you see him, now you don't! Van trying to undertake a truck on a busy motorway spins 180 degrees and collides head-on with oncoming car

A shocking video captures the remarkable escape of a driver who hit a truck and spun 180 degrees on a motorway. At a point, the car avoids a head-on collision with an on-coming car and stops on the verge of mounting on it. The driver was filmed near Valsad on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway in Maharashtra, India.

Leaf the miniature pony was swept away by flash floods in the wake of the recent torrential rains in Mabi, southern Japan, and was thought to have drowned before she was discovered on a roof.

A child has been caught trying to smuggle dozens of iPhone Xs worth at least £43,000 from Macau to mainland China. He had 14 of them strapped onto his body and 26 hidden in his backpack.

Revellers run next to fighting bulls from the Nunez del Cuvillo bull ranch during 5th day of the running of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Revellers from around the world flock to Pamplona every year to take part in the eight days of the running of the bulls. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

WARNING. GRAPHIC IMAGES. French matador Sebastian Castella holds up the ear he has just cut off a live bull during the infamous bull-running San Fermin festival in Pamplona, northern Spain.

Sunbathers were sent running for cover as a whirlwind tossed parasols through the air when it struck the beach at Binibèquer cove, on the Spanish island of Menorca, on Tuesday.

The first of three, £6,000 electronic signs are being introduced on the roads of Norwich, where they an detect when digital signals are being transmitted by a handset inside a vehicle.

Aldi UK has been named Supermarket of the Year for its wine collection. It scooped the gong at the International Wine Challenge Merchant Awards on Tuesday evening.

Peter Carrington was not just a great politician. He was a great man, one of the last surviving members of the greatest ever generation of Britons - those who fought the horror of Nazi Germany.

Thatched home which hides a quirky 'floating barn' extension hits the market for

From the front, this Wiltshire cottage looks like a typical rural home, but take a look from the side and you'll find a unusual modern extension that offers a blend of modern and traditional styles. Located in the village of Great Bedwyn, the 18th century cottage was renovated by owners Rod and Sue O'Sullivan at a cost of £800,000. The unusual design is the world of award-winning architect Stan Bolt. The cottage went on to win several awards for its innovative design after the extension was completed. It boasts a tennis court, a Grade II-listed kiln on the grounds and a garage and store room.

If your marriage has been on the rocks for a while, it may be time to consider calling it quits. Melbourne-based divorce coach Prudence Henschke reveals the signs divorce may be the best option.

Geoffrey Boycott has undergone 'successful' quadruple open heart by-pass surgery and is now recovering at home in Yorkshire. He underwent the procedure on June 27.

Vikki Rutter popped the £120 present inside the giant balloon on Saturday afternoon as a surprise 21st birthday gift for her cousin, Ava Wesson, in Kent. But it flew out of the home and into the sky.

Australian researchers purposely bred around 20 million non-biting male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes for the experiment. The killer insects were infected with Wolbachia bacteria, which renders them sterile.

Bride and groom forced to flee wedding in California's Klamathon Fire

Ellie and Taylor Denney married in a rushed ceremony in Hornbrook, California, on Saturday during the Klamathon Fire, getting the order to evacuate just as the bride reached the groom. Spectacular photos taken before the ceremony captured smoke ominously rising over a ridge in the background and filling the sky as the couple stood in a brown field. The whole wedding was moved to the Yreka Holiday Inn in just 20 minutes with as much as everyone could carry used to recreate the scene and new flowers picked along the route.

Kaitlyn van Brunschot, 26, a software engineer from Arizona, has revealed how she shed almost 84lbs in just a year after swapping Call of Duty and junk food for weightlifting and healthy eating.

Abandoned Civilisations by British author Kieron Connolly reveals how vast societies can rise and fall, leaving behind ruined cities and towns that have been reclaimed by nature.

 

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Dangerous game: Heart-stopping moment two children play hide-and-seek on a tiny ledge 33 STOREYS up

Two little boys were caught on camera playing hide-and-seek on the narrow ledge hundreds of feet above the ground in north China. The boys were spotted causally strolling back and forth along a tiny platform, said to be 33 storeys tall, on the side of an apartment building in Lanzhou city. The youngsters seemed to be completely oblivious to the extreme danger that they were in.

Footage shows a sister and her younger brother dangling from a first-floor balcony by the neck - at about 10 feet high - after having slipped through the metal bars at their home in south-west China.

A fearless wildlife photographer proved that he would go to great lengths to get the perfect shot - even if it meant shooing away a giant polar bear in Cape Kozhevnikov, Russia.

Frustrated husband tries to fold a set of fitted sheets for two and a half HOURS as his very amused wife looks on laughing... so do YOU know how to do it right? 

A wife has filmed her hopeless husband's two and a half hour attempt to fold a set of fitted sheets. The hilarious clip, recorded by Tina Cline, from Atlanta, Georgia shows her husband Michael bemoaning his 'aching back' as he flips and flaps with the floral sheets. Chuckling at Michael's increasingly frustrated state, she tries to coach him through the process to no avail.

   

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The tablet was discovered in in western Peloponnese after three years of surface excavations by the Greek Archaeological Services in cooperation with the German Institute of Archaeology.

Incredible new image gives a glimpse into a tumultuous stellar cluster 5,500 light-years

NEW The incredible image was captured by the HAWK-I infrared imager mounted on ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. The image shows the intricate pattern of gas, dust and star-forming hubs that are part of a tumultuous stellar cluster 5,500 light-years away called RCW 38. The visible orange and red region show denser portions of the interstellar medium - the mixture of gas and dust in the galaxy. The glowing blue and violet gas is set ablaze by the powerful light emitted by newborn stars in their vicinity.

   

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