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Aberdeen teenager who stabbed pupil to death unmasked

Daniel Stroud (pictured during his trial in March 2016) can today be named as the person who killed Bailey Gwynee in school in Aberdeen  The teenager who stabb... read more

Boston Marathon Bombers revealed in pictures

These disturbing black-and-white images from the devastating Boston Marathon terror attack have offered a new look at the 2013 atrocity. The book, ‘Maximu... read more

Putin refuses to condemn Trump saying he’s ‘not my bride’

Russian President Vladimir Putin has blasted a ‘naive’ journalist for asking if he was disappointed in Donald Trump. Speaking at a news conference t... read more

Gang of teen thugs bash autistic boy in Sydney

Confronting footage has emerged of an autistic boy being viciously attacked and robbed by a gang of teen thugs – for their own ‘fun and entertainmen... read more

House in Melbourne’s ‘Ramsay Street’ is now up for rent

A four-bedroom family home on Australia’s most famous street has just gone on the rental market in Melbourne. The property on 6 Pin Oak Court in Vermont S... read more

Expectant mother, 26, commits suicide

A pregnant woman in China jumped from a hospital’s 20th floor to her death The woman had wanted a cesarean but had been denied by her family Under Chinese... read more

Never before seen photos of Princess Diana released

A royal family super-fan has shared never-before-seen pictures of Princess Diana exactly two decades after she tragically died. Julia McCarthy-Fox, who calls he... read more

Drug dealer arrested while sitting on the loo

Jose Spencer Bilbao Rivers apprehended by police while he was reliving himself  Suspected cocaine dealer’s home in Lima, Peru, raided by anti-drugs offic... read more

Hurricane Irma strengthens into a CATEGORY FIVE storm

Hurricane Irma strengthened into a powerful Category 5 storm on Tuesday, with sustained winds of up to 175 miles per hour.  Americans in Puerto Rico, the U.S. ... read more

Victoria anti-mosque protesters fined for beheading dummy

Three far-right demonstrators who beheaded a dummy to protest against a planned mosque in western Victoria have each been fined $2000 and convicted for ridiculi... read more

Falklands vet battered friend caught having sex with wife

David Henderson, pictured, flew into a rage when he walked into the bedroom and found estranged wife Louise, 44, having sex with his pal Martin Conboy, 49 A Fal... read more

Magazine ordered to pay 100,000 euros over Kate pictures

By Julian Robinson for MailOnline Published: 13:07 BST, 5 September 2017 | Updated: 13:07 BST, 5 September 2017 A French court has ordered a magazine to pay 100... read more

Apple’s Tim Cook picked up $90m in shares today

Apple CEO Tim Cook collected hundreds of thousands of shares worth $89.2m Huge payout comes as new products like Apple Watch and AirPods dominate There has also... read more

Barry Callebaut invents fruit-flavoured pink chocolate

The chocolate, unveiled today, looks pink naturally and tastes like berries It’s the world’s fourth type of chocolate, after dark, milk and white ch... read more

South Korea considers moving in US ‘tactical nukes’

South Korea is considering moving US ‘tactical nuclear bombs’ back on to its territory after Kim Jong-un’s hydrogen bomb test, it has emerged.... read more

London cardiologist ‘groped patients’ breasts at hospital

Dr Sumit Basu, 59, (pictured) allegedly grouped the breasts of three patients  A heart specialist groped the breasts of three patients for his own sexual grati... read more

Men trapped in snow near Moroka in East Gippsland

Two men were rescued after becoming trapped in snow in rural Victoria three days ago, as severe weather warnings continue for much of the state. The pair were s... read more

Chinese fishermen carry a dead shark to a hotel on a van

Harrowing video footage shows the moment a massive whale shark is transported to a hotel restaurant in southeastern China.  The marine giant was then butchered... read more

Lumberjacks of 1900s America brought to life in pictures

Incredible photographs of America’s logging industry at its peak have been expertly colourised to offer a vivid portrayal into the lives of some of the na... read more agrees to shut down after being sued

It’s used by millions of people every day to convert videos from YouTube into MP3 tracks. But users will soon have to find an alternative to YouTube-MP3.o... read more

Babies given trial TB jab ‘that did not work on monkeys’

Oxford University scientists went ahead and gave human babies a trial tuberculosis (TB) vaccine that was found to ‘not work on monkeys’, it has been... read more

Indiana man accidentally shot friend and killed himself

Bryan Carr shot Jonathan Culp, 31, during party at house in Hammond, Indiana Gave first aid to Culp but turned gun on himself after seeing was fatally injured C... read more

London model shares pictures of recovery after acid attack

Resham Khan has shared a picture of her as she recovers from the acid attack in June The aspiring model left with horrific face and neck injuries in an acid att... read more

Police shoot down pigeon carrying drugs in Argentina

Police have shot down and killed a pigeon smuggling drugs in central Argentina The bird was spotted approaching the prison in the central city of Santa Rosa  ... read more