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Tragedy in Volvo Ocean Race as fisherman dies when boats collide

Tragedy strikes in Hong Kong as Team Vestas 11th Hour Racing collide with fishing vessel as they approached the end of the Volvo Ocean Race 4th leg. Video provided by Reuters        

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Porn star Nikita Bellucci’s outrage over being bombarded with requests for naked selfies from children as young as TWELVE

A PORNSTAR was left outraged after receiving obscene messages from kids  as young as 12 on social media. Nikita Bellucci has blasted parents for not informing their children properly when it comes to teaching their children about sex education. The 28-

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Yemen's children face 'worst diphtheria outbreak'

International aid organisation says deaths in Yemen likely to rise as bacterial disease spreads.

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Romsey Abbey allowed to keep 'dark and disturbing' painting which distracts worshippers from their prayers 

One of Britain's oldest surviving abbeys is in a row with parishioners over attempts to spend £6,000 on a painting which worshippers say is putting them off their prayers.

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'I can see their underwear and breasts': Airline passenger's furious letter hits out at female stewards' skimpy outfits

Dr June Robertson claims the AirAsia uniform offended her because she could see the underwear of one employee when she leaned over

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Ronaldo borrows doctor's phone to check facial injury on pitch

"The most Ronaldo moment ever" Twitter deemed, as the star could not wait to check a facial cut.

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28 useful kitchen gadgets you can get under $25

These small kitchen gadgets don't cost a lot but still make a big impact when you're prepping, cooking, and cleaning.

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Humans could live in 'floating cities' on Venus, claims scientist sending mission to Mars

Bas Lansdorp, who is behind the Mars One mission, made the ambitious prediction as the selection process for the one-way trip gets underway

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Women Rally Around the Globe After Huge U.S. Marches

Demonstrations took place in London, Paris, Sydney, among other cities

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Guatemala businessman, wanted on graft charges, seeks U.S. asylum

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Former Guatemalan presidential candidate Manuel Baldizon, who is wanted on graft charges, has sought asylum in the United States after he was arrested while trying to enter the country, authorities from both nations said.

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U.S. decision on Jerusalem looms large over Pence Middle East visit

The vice president's visit comes at a time when U.S.-Palestinian diplomatic relations have hit a new low.        

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HQ trivia winners reveal how they won — and what they spent their jackpots on

A few winners share their reactions to winning the popular trivia game.

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Indian education minister dismisses theory of evolution because no-one 'ever saw an ape turning into a man'

A junior education minister has been accused of pandering to religious hardliners after dismissing Darwinism as a myth because nobody had witnessed the literal process of ape turning into man.

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Former agriculture secretary: The 2018 farm bill is so much more than farming — here's how it impacts all Americans

The 2018 farm bill is often overlooked in Washington. But it's incredibly important, and it covers much more than just farms and farmers.

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Kenya: Explosive kills 4 more children grazing livestock

A Kenyan official says four more children have been killed by an explosive device that went off in a field where they grazing livestock.

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The Rock's 'Jumanji' knocked out newcomers to top the box office for a 3rd straight weekend

"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" outdid another round of newcomers to top the box office, making the surprise hit Sony Pictures' fifth-highest grossing film.

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In the 1970s, the NFL world predicted what the sport would look like in the 21st century and their predictions were amazing

In 1979, the NFL world thought the league would be safer, more diverse, and perhaps overly technologically advanced by the 2000s.

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Crowds take to streets of London for 'Time's Up' rally

Sunday's March saw thousands head to the streets of London inspired by the Time's Up movement against sexual abuse.

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Malia Obama only has eyes for Brit boyfriend as they're spotted kissing on New York date

The former president’s daughter looked relaxed in Doc Marten boots and a black jacket while Rory smoked a cigarette

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Turkish troops enter Afrin in northern Syria as offensive against Kurds continues

Turkish military is aiming to carve out a 30km 'safe zone' within Syria to protect their border and push out the region's Kurdish population

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Tom Brady reportedly needed more than 10 stitches to injured hand, sprained a ligament, and it is being called 'a legitimate issue'

Tom Brady will start in the AFC Championship game, but it appears that he will be forced to wear a glove on his throwing hand to protect the stitches.

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Spain to seek Catalan politician's arrest on Denmark visit

Spain's state prosecutor office says it will reissue a European arrest warrant for the arrest of the fugitive former leader of Catalonia if he leaves Belgium and enters Denmark as planned.

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How will new front in Syria war impact US-Turkey ties?

Turkey launches air and ground attacks on US-backed Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.

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After one year of Trump, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sounds a lot different about immigration — and that might be a good thing (GOOGL, GOOG)

Instead of fiery rhetoric, Pichai now preaches Google's 'constructive' role on immigration. But don't mistake that for giving up.

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Pope warns Latin America about corruption, mentions Odebrecht

LIMA (Reuters) - Pope Francis wrapped up his trip to Chile and Peru on Sunday by warning that Latin America was in a deep crisis from corruption, with politics in most countries "more sick than well."

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Trump urges GOP to use “nuclear option” to reopen government, as Durbin warns against it

Trump wants Republicans to change Senate rules to help end the shutdown while the gridlock in Congress continues

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With 25,339 murders in 2017, Mexico suffers record homicide tally

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - There were more than 25,000 murders across drug-ravaged Mexico in 2017, the highest annual tally since modern records began, government data showed.

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