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Indian bus driver become first person ‘to be killed by a meteorite strike’

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Beyonce, Bruno Mars steal Super Bowl halftime show from Coldplay

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Taiwan flats destroyed in earthquake were reinforced with cooking oil cans

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Police set to use EAGLES to foil terrorist drone attacks

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OnePlus 2 gets a permanent price reduction

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Rolling Stones’ drugs bust was diversion from VIP child abuse, Marianne Faithful claims

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BBC’s War and Peace finale sees six characters dead

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The BBC’s adaptation of Russian author Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace ended in grisly fashion with six characters killed off including some fan favourites.

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Broncos 24, Panthers 10: Broncos Stun Panthers and Win Super Bowl 50

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Led by a stingy defense, Denver secured its third Super Bowl victory and first since 1999.



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Advertising: Super Bowl Ads Play It Safe, Sticking to the Script

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Though some commercials were more serious and socially conscious, many advertisers dusted off their well-worn playbooks and went for laughs.



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Watching for the Ads? Catch the Most Memorable

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The Super Bowl draws a huge audience, and advertisers big and small are competing for it. Here’s our coverage of their efforts.



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Music: Review: At Super Bowl Halftime, Coldplay Is Buoyed by Beyoncé and Bruno Mars

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Two of the last three years’ headliners were brought in as reinforcements in order to provide a much-needed assist to Coldplay.



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Bill Clinton, After Months of Restraint, Unleashes Stinging Attack on Bernie Sanders

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The former president, addressing supporters in New Hampshire, portrayed his wife’s opponent for the Democratic nomination as hypocritical, “hermetically sealed” and dishonest.



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Dementia sufferer Sandra Wood died after Tunbridge Wells doctors refused her a scan

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Sandra Wood was ordered to A&E by her GP who feared she had a bowel blockage. But staff at Tunbridge Wells Hospital were loathe to call a consultant to sanction the ‘out of hours’ CT scan.

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Mick Jagger’s son James prefers The Kinks to the Rolling Stones

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If your father’s Mick Jagger, you might be expected to have a little sympathy for his music. But James Jagger says he prefers the music of The Kinks and Ray Davies to that of the Rolling Stones.

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Citizens’ Advice say care home fees ‘rise by £2,000 with a week’s notice’

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Annual care home fees increased by an average of £900 across England in the last financial year, while fees in the East of England rose by more than £2,000, according to Citizens’ Advice.

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5 Small Changes That Will Make You a Much Better Communicator

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Your success depends on your communication skills. Here’s how to hone them.


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Adele and Ed Sheeran help put Britain on top of the IFPI charts

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Adele (pictured), who released her hit single Hello in October, was named the most popular recording artist across the globe in 2015, according to an international music trade body

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10 Cloverfield Lane Just Dropped A Super Bowl Spot With New Footage, Watch It Here

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10 Cloverfield Lane is a movie that’s full of surprises. One of the latest twists is the brand new Super Bowl ad that was just unveiled.

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Dental nurse who gave her friend a facelift even though she has no qualifications

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Adele Royston, 41, from Bradford, could be struck off after she admitted carrying out the procedure in court.

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Chef hats, Lego hair and even a Rolf Harris look-a-like: The most badly drawn e-fits released by…

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These are among the most badly drawn e-fits released by Gloucestershire Constabulary in the hope of tracking down wanted criminals.

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Chef hats, Lego hair and even a Rolf Harris look-a-like: The most badly drawn e-fits released by…

Lord Brittan ‘would have been cleared of rape’, leaked report concluded

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The former Home Secretary was investigated on suspicion of attacking a woman in the 1960s, but the Metropolitan Police decided that there was not enough evidence to charge him.

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Lord Brittan ‘would have been cleared of rape’, leaked report concluded

Halfords staff sacked after leaving racist abuse on a customer’s phone 

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Two people have been dismissed from Halfords Autocentre in Grays, Essex, after they phoned a customer to confirm a booking – but failed to hang up and left racist abuse on his voicemail.

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Jeremy Corbyn to prepare for General Election amid fears David Cameron may resign

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Labour MP Toby Perkins predicts Cameron could quit even if he wins the EU referendum and says Labour is currently ‘under-prepared, divided and under-resourced’ to fight an election.

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Super Bowl 50 Liveblog: We’re Just Here for the Beyoncé

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The Super Bowl is about so much more than football. Commercials, puppies, Coldplay—it’s going to be a long night. Won’t you settle in and enjoy it with us?

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The One Thing More Important Than Not Giving Up

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Have the courage to do this one thing and you’ll never look at giving up in the same way again.


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David Cameron’s EU benefit clampdown could INCREASE the surge in migrants

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David Davis, the former Europe minister, said media coverage of Cameron’s proposals would encourage EU workers to rush to the UK before the deal can be implemented.

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David Cameron’s EU benefit clampdown could INCREASE the surge in migrants

Brazil carnival revellers ignore Zika virus threat and take to the streets in bikinis

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Despite warnings that the traditional Carnival clothes – or lack thereof – would accelerate the spread of Zika, performers in Sao Paulo have been going down the classic route.

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Brazil carnival revellers ignore Zika virus threat and take to the streets in bikinis

Black NYU Students Say They Were Profiled At Rubio Event

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An NYU professor took to Twitter today after she says she and two of her students were racially profiled during a Rubio campaign event in New Hampshire.

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Stump-tailed macaque cub is new star at China’s Hangzhou Safari Park

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The adorable stump-tailed macaque cub was photographed in an incubator at Hangzhou Safari Park in China, having been born last month.

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Stump-tailed macaque cub is new star at China’s Hangzhou Safari Park

7 arrested in Spain for ‘supplying arms to ISIS’ disguised as humanitarian aid

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The seven men were arrested in Alicante, Valencia and Spain’s north African enclave of Ceuta, accused of sending bomb-making equipment to ISIS leaders in Syria and Iraq disguised as aid.

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