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Here's why you should always check your hotel room for bedbugs, and how to do it

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Kim Wall's gruesome death detailed in Peter Madsen murder trial: A timeline

It's one of the most gruesome murder cases Denmark -- maybe even the world -- has ever seen: journalist Kim Wall's body found in pieces sprawled across an ocean bed.

Travel

Southwest flights cancelled due to engine inspections following deadly incident

The airline is performing an accelerated inspection of the fan blades.

World

Finland ends universal basic income experiment

Finland has decided to end its experiment with a universal basic income, in which people are paid an unconditional salary by the state instead of benefits.

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Stephen Lawrence Day to be held annually on anniversary of teen's murder

Stephen Lawrence Day is to be held on April 22 every year to remember the murdered teenager, Theresa May has announced.

Life & Style

How To Retire On A Luxury Cruise Ship

Nothing beats retiring on a luxury cruise ship, especially when it's Crystal Cruises, one of the world's best cruise lines.

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Nashville shooter's AR-15 was seized after he was arrested outside White House months ago

The suspected Nashville shooter attempted to breach the White House months ago and had the AR-15 he is believed to have used in the attack seized by authorities, it has emerged.

Life

Mum finds ‘disrespectful’ evidence on her husband’s Facebook account – is he in the wrong?

A WOMAN asked for advice after spotting something strange on her partner’s social media page.

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'Several' pedestrians struck by van in Toronto

A van driver "deliberately" plowed through a crowd of people in Toronto on Monday injuring as many as ten people, according to reports.

World

Amber Rudd vows to waive citizenship fees and language tests for Windrush generation

Amber Rudd has announced British citizenship fees and language tests will be waived for the Windrush generation amid fresh calls for her resignation over the scandal.

Business

Companies forced to set up whistleblowing channels under new EU law

British companies must set up internal reporting channels to bosses and the media under new EU laws to strengthen whistleblower protection brought forward after the "dieselgate" and Cambridge Analytica scandals.

Technology

Apple is replacing some 13-Inch MacBook Pro batteries

It's not often you see Apple having to offer a free replacement program for one of its products, but that's exactly what just happened for some 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops.

Football

Rugby supremo Adam Pearson heading consortium trying to buy crisis-hit Sunderland

HULL rugby league supremo Adam Pearson is heading a consortium trying to buy crisis club Sunderland. Pearson and his team have approached Ellis Short and are now one of two live bidders for the Black Cats, who have been relegated to League One. Experience

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