• Private nude shots of Emily Ratajkowski hacked

    The beauty urged fans not to buy photographer Jonathan Leder's 2016 book, which featured a series of naked shots of her.

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  • Mourinho faces Chelsea, Lincoln dream of Arsenal

    Jose Mourinho will have to get past former club Chelsea if FA Cup holders Manchester United are to keep their hopes of retaining the trophy alive following the quarter-final draw on Sunday. Giant-killers Lincoln -- the first non-league side into the last-eight in over a century after beating Premier League Burnley on Saturday -- could have a lucrative trip to Arsenal should the Gunners beat another non-league side Sutton on Monday.

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  • 'A beautiful soul': the Kim Jong-nam that I knew

    As the 46-year-old stood at a self check-in counter he was approached by two women - suspected North Korean agents - who sprayed his face with an unknown toxic substance. Mr Kim was born in 1970, the product of an affair between his father and the Korean actress Song Hye-rim.

    The Telegraph
  • US aircraft carrier strike group patrolling S. China Sea

    A US aircraft carrier strike group is patrolling in the South China Sea, the US Navy said Saturday, days after Beijing told Washington not to challenge its sovereignty in the waterway. China asserts ownership of almost all of the resource-rich waters despite rival claims from several Southeast Asian countries. The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group was engaging in "routine operations in the South China Sea," the navy said in a statement on its website.

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  • Samantha Cameron reveals death of her son Ivan 'overshadowed everything' in her life

    Samantha Cameron has told how the devastation of losing her son Ivan meant that everything else in the world became “meaningless” to her. The former prime minister’s wife spoke about the grief she suffered following the death of the couple's eldest son when he was just six years old, saying it was more life-changing than moving into Downing Street. Ivan, who died in 2009, suffered from Ohtahara syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy characterised by spasms, and cerebral palsy.

    The Telegraph
  • Donald Trump escorts grandchildren on to Marine One presidential helicopter

    Donald Trump's grandchildren paid a visit to the White House on Friday and left in style after the president escorted them aboard Marine One. Arabella Kushner, five, and her brother Joseph, three, were dressed in winter coats as Mr Trump walked them across the White House lawn and on to the presidential helicopter.

    The Telegraph
  • Keanu Reeves has finally mastered ageing

    Keanu Reeves is trying to do as much as he can before his “time runs out”.

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  • Workmen's cafe overwhelmed with customers after it is accidentally awarded a Michelin star

    A workmen’s café in central France was overwhelmed with gourmet customers and TV crews after it was awarded a Michelin star by mistake. Prospective diners were astounded when they turned up at Le Bouche à Oreille, in the small town of Bourges, to find a cheap and cheerful eatery with red and white polka dot tablecloths, serving a fixed price lunch menu with homemade lasagna or beef bourguignon for about €10 (£8.50). The Michelin Guide apologised, saying it had confused the café with a more refined establishment of the same name near Paris.

    The Telegraph
  • Mihajlovic leaps to Hart defence after Roma romp

    Torino coach Sinisa Mihajlovic leapt to the defence of Joe Hart on Sunday despite the England goalkeeper shipping four goals in a 4-1 defeat to Serie A title hopefuls Roma. Edin Dzeko, a former teammate of Hart's at Manchester City, beat the Englishman on 10 minutes with a low strike from the edge of the area. Further goals from Mohamed Salah and Leandro Paredes, who struck a volley low from 35 yards, put the hosts firmly in control by half-time.

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  • Revealed: How Margaret Thatcher intervened to keep Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in prison 

    Mrs Thatcher also ordered extra security for Ian Brady when he was being transferred into a new prison “to make doubly sure that this maniac cannot escape”.  I do not think that  either  of these prisoners should ever be released from custody. The comments are contained in a note from Mrs Thatcher scrawled in blue ink which has been uncovered by Government officials.

    The Telegraph
  • Pundits: ‘Himpunan 355’ turnout shows poor national support for PAS

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 — The smaller than expected crowd size at the “Himpunan 355” rally shows that PAS will have difficulties acting as the third bloc in the next general election, political...

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  • Coalition appeals for missing pastor’s release

    PETALING JAYA, Feb 20 — The Christian Federation of Malaysia has urged authorities to locate pastor Raymond Koh and prosecute those responsible for his abduction. “Members of the community...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Last-gasp Messi penalty rescues poor Barcelona

    Barcelona needed a last minute Lionel Messi penalty to see off lowly Leganes 2-1 as a poor week for the Spanish champions continued on Sunday. Barca were thrashed 4-0 by Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday to leave their Champions League hopes hanging by a thread and had to rely on Messi for snatching all three points from another below par display. The Argentine opened the scoring after just four minutes, but Leganes enjoyed the better of the chances and levelled 19 minutes from time through Unai Lopez.

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  • Nokia 3310 relaunch: Why we still love the phone that defined the Nokia era

    The Nokia 3310 is back - or at least will be soon. Despite the wonders of today’s smartphones, with their 4G internet connections, touchscreens and endless choice of apps - the 3310 still holds a special place in many hearts. Nokia sold more than 100 million of them, and at a rumoured price of around £50, the new version could well feature as a popular second phone.

    The Telegraph
  • Prepare for a Heart-Pumping Ride with the Honda Civic Type R 2018

    Should we change Honda Civic’s Type R to Type H, instead? We seriously think so. “Honda’s heart-pumping hatch is as hot and heavy as Hades himself” can be an easy and ... The post Prepare for a Heart-Pumping Ride with the Honda Civic Type R 2018 appeared first on Carmudi Philippines Journal.

  • Police confirm investigation into allegations relating to Lisa Marie Presley's family

    The daughter of Elvis Presley has alleged she found indecent photos and videos of children on her husband's computer.

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  • Google and Microsoft agree to anti-piracy code in crackdown on illegal downloads

    Google and Microsoft have signed up to a crackdown on internet piracy that will see the UK’s copyright watchdog monitor the web giants' search results for illegal websites. The two companies have agreed to a new code of conduct designed to ensure that websites that stream or host pirated material are scrubbed from Google and Microsoft’s Bing search engine under a new code of conduct supported by the TV, film and music industry.

    The Telegraph
  • More than 1,000 chicks found abandoned in Cambridgeshire field

    The RSPCA is investigating after an estimated 1,800 day-old chicks were found in Crowland near Peterborough. RSPCA inspector Justin Stubbs said: “I have never seen anything like it, it was just a sea of yellow.

    The Independent
  • Exclusive: Oxford University set to break with 700 years of tradition and open a foreign campus - after France offers Brexit sweetener

    Oxford University might break with 700 years of tradition by establishing its first foreign campus in response to Brexit, The Telegraph can disclose. French officials met senior staff at Oxford last week and revealed new proposals that they hope would guarantee future European Union funding for a "satellite" base in Paris. Other universities, including Warwick, were approached with the idea to build a new campus in Paris in 2018.

    The Telegraph
  • Don't forget to check behind the sofa for 433 million £1 coins - before it's too late!

    The Treasury has urged savers to crack open their piggy banks, check behind the sofa and rifle through forgotten overcoat pockets for rogue £1 coins, before 433 million of them become worthless. The sturdy bit, first issued in 1983 as a replacement for the pound note, is being phased out in favour of their new 12-sided counterpart from March 28. Chief secretary to the Treasury David Gauke said: “We are calling on everybody - from conscientious children saving pocket money in piggy banks to families who like to hold on to their coins for a rainy day - to be ready for this change.

    The Telegraph