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John Terry (pictured centre with his wife Toni) shared a photo of himself and his wife on the slopes of the French Alps with his 3.4million Instagram followers boasting he was having 'great few days away skiing with the family'. As well as the photo of the couple, a video of his wife skiing was also posted to the account (left). But while the couple happily shared their lavish holiday with the world, they didn't realise the posts had attracted the attention of a ruthless gang of prolific burglars, who broke into their £5million mansion in Oxshott, Surrey, (inset) and spent hours ransacking the property, swiping designer handbags worth £126,000 and rare signed first edition Harry Potter books valued at £18,000. Knowing that no one was home, the audacious gang took their time strolling around his property armed with axes. They spent 45 minutes plundering the master bedroom before returning later that night to break into a safe. Some of the other items that were stolen (detailed right) include an £8,450 Cartier diamond nail ring and a £6,500 Diamond tennis bracelet.

Plymouth mum who crippled Royal Marine died from overdose

Emma May (main), 34, was found dead by her 16-year-old daughter at her Plymouth home last June after an overdose of painkiller tablets. Her family said she was trying to 'self-destruct' in the two years leading up to her death and had racked up huge debts from cocaine use. A coroner concluded that her death was drug-related. Ms May's mother, Janice Howarth, 57, said her daughter was 'troubled' and 'hit hard' by a crash in 2016, which left a Royal Marine crippled. She escaped with a fine after hitting Tim Healy (bottom left and right), 25, at 60mph in January last year.

Members of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and its Tenant Management Organisation will now be subjected to interviews from officers as part of a criminal investigation.

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Jeff Bezos, the owner of online retail giant Amazon .com, briefly held the top spot as the world's richest person earlier on Thursday. Bill Gates took back the top spot with $90 billion.

Jethro Wilson, 26, says his sister Eleanor, 28, denies joining the 'mile high club' with a sixth-former on the way back from a school trip to the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva 2015.

Mr Justice Peter Jackson (pictured) ruled that the boy should stay with his mother when his father moves to Scandinavia after the case was brought to the High Court by the boy and his father.

Rolls-Royce Phantom pro,ises to be world's most silent car

Whisper it softly, but the quietest and most technically advanced Rolls-Royce ever was launched in London tonight. The flagship Rolls-Royce Phantom, pictured, is designed to whisk the world's wealthiest around in the lap of luxury - and it comes with its own dashboard art gallery for those who can afford the £350,000 price tag. The new Phantom even paves the way for a future all-electric Rolls-Royce, ready to comply with Government moves to ban the sale of new 'conventional' petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040. Pictured is inside the vehicle, which features a drinks cabinet with whisky glasses, high gloss wood panelling and high resolution 12.3inch monitors.

Police say the girl was first attacked by a man in Witton Railway station in Birmingham, and then again by a male driver as she flagged down a car for help.

Punters were fuming and bookmakers out of pocket after the 50-1 winner of the opening race at Yarmouth on Thursday tuned out to be her older stablemate.

Heart-breaking footage of Charlie Gard 'having a picnic' outside Great Ormond Street hospital is released by his parents on the day they are told their terminally ill son's life support will be switched off

The video shows the baby boy lying on the grass with his mother Connie Yates and father Chris Gard outside the hospital in Camden, London. It comes after a high court judge ruled that the child will be moved  to a hospice as soon as possible and his life support removed soon after. His parents were not granted their wish to spend several days at the hospice with their terminally-ill son under skilled care.

Craig Mahoney (pictured) of the University of West Scotland complained his lack of a grace-and-favour property means he has nowhere to 'entertain' guests and hampers his work.

Russian intelligence tried to spy on President Emmanuel Macron's election campaign earlier this year by creating phony Facebook personas, according to a knowledgeable sources.

Her Majesty's former page boy is a hit with the ladies

Has The Royal Family hit peak modernity? Just days ago Princes William and Harry poured their hearts out in a documentary about their mother Princess Diana, in which they yearned to lead 'normal lives'. But now their self-admiring cousin has gone one step further by embracing the thoroughly modern trend of posting topless selfies online. Heart-throb Arthur Chatto (left, pictured in 2012) the 18-year-old son of the Queen's niece Lady Sarah Chatto and 23rd in line to the throne, showed no regard for privacy by sharing this intimate photo (right) on Instagram.

Despite his bizarre policies, the most recent of which is that he will ban transgender Americans from serving in the military, one in four still think Donald Trump is terrific, writes MAX HASTINGS.

Barnsley driver wrecks new £260k Ferrari in just one hour

The Ferrari 430 Scuderia (pictured) crashed and burst into flames near Barnsley, South Yorkshire on the M1 motorway. The driver, who escaped with cuts and bruises, had only bought the car an hour before. South Yorkshire Police Operational Support said the road was wet at the time, which led to the car skidding into a field and exploding into a fireball. Pictured inset: A file image of a brand new Ferrari 430 Scuderia, which sells for £260,000.

The Royal Veterinary College says breeding for shows may be hurting Alsatian health as a study of 500,000 of the dogs in Britain found one in six died from musculoskeletal disorders.

The 'revelations' about the BBC's gender pay gap are proof of what I, as a former agent to some of the best-known names in television, have known for years, writes JON ROSEMAN.

Security researchers designed car wash hack and tested it in Washington state. The hack caused the exit door of the car wash to hit the car and the mechanical arm to hit the car or spew water.

Dodi Fayed wowed stars at Studio 54 with 'amazing coke' 

Dodi Fayed was a regular at Manhattan's Studio 54, an 'anything goes' club famous for sex, drugs and movie star posses. He and the 'dawn patrol' which included Liza Minnelli and Robin Williams would find illegal gay clubs to frequent in Manhattan. Former Studio 54 owner Mark Fleischman reveals in his tell-all book 'Inside Studio 54' that the crew frequented the Crisco Disco gay club.

Shabir Ahmed (pictured) - the ringleader of the Rochdale child sex gang - Abdul Aziz, Adil Khan and Abdul Rauf received huge sums for their trials and are getting more money to fight deportation.

Your power and position in the outside world boils down to a helpless bubble of nothing when your beloved little girl, your number one daughter, falls in love with a bad boy.

Brit boy who went missing in Portugal's Praia da Luz found

The photograph, which was uploaded to social media, shows the youngster, seven, stood in the middle of four grinning officers after he went missing in Praia da Luz (inset), Portugal. His disappearance sparked a major police response that saw specialist criminal investigation officers mobilised and road blocks ordered. The frantic search was called off after about an hour when the boy was brought into a police station by a British pensioner he had approached for help.

Thousands of truckers will be trained to drive less aggressively - in order to cut pollution. The Department for Transport is to subsidise training for 10,000 commercial drivers in Britain.

A study led by a University of Georgia researcher showed that women and men report similar levels work-family conflict, and this trend was the same regardless of the gender equality level of a country.

According to a study, an astonishing 38 per cent of UK adults - some 20million of us - are not getting enough sleep. Britons were the worst affected by lack of shuteye in a poll of 14,000 in 14 countries.

Final moments Kirsty Maxwell before death Benidorm

The moments before Kirsty Maxwell (right, with husband Adam) fell from a tenth-floor Benidorm apartment where five men were staying can today be revealed by MailOnline. The 27-year-old of Livingston, West Lothian, had been on a hen party trip with friends at the time. Four men (left)- Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and Daniel Bailey, 32, all from Nottinghamshire - were summoned back to Benidorm to be quizzed under oath about the death. One of the men in the apartment told police he heard a friend shout: 'There's a girl in the bathroom' and 'Leave this room' before adding a few moments later: 'F***, she has jumped.' Luis Miguel Zumaquero, the lawyer acting for Mrs Maxwell's family, tried to have the men held in custody by claiming she had leapt from the balcony in terror. In an oral submission to the court, Mr Zumaquero claimed a report on the tragedy by Spanish detectives described Mrs Maxwell's actions as a 'desperate measure'.

Diageo's chief executive Ivan Menezes (pictured), 58, said spirits including Scotch exported to the EU would still be tariff-free under World Trade Organisation rules.

Leo Varadkar is unconvinced by the UK's plans to introduce a high-tech land border between Northern Ireland and the Republic and warned Theresa May her plans risk the peace process.

Kent and Norfolk gang sentenced for £50m cannabis farms

A gang who stole £30,000 of electricity a month to run one of Britain's biggest-ever cannabis farm operations have been jailed for a total of 90 years. Ringleader Michael Edward Corcoran (pictured right with his wife, and inset), 51 cultivated potent strains of 'skunk' worth £50million in specially-constructed two-storey wooden sheds across seven sites in Kent and Norfolk (one left). His son Michael Jay Corcoran, 28, was also given jail time, along with their accomplices James Allen and Stuart Sollis.

Evidence suggests some of the engineers hired to install the meters do not know what they are doing, with one British Gas employee telling a horrified couple: 'Sorry, I've blown up your house.'

Jeff Hughes was walking along eating a bag of cherries in Birkenhead, Merseyside, when he was stopped by two plain-clothed litter officers contracted to work for Wirral Council.

Angelina Jolie criticised for way she cast child actors

Angelina Jolie has been branded 'cruel' and 'disgusting' on Twitter after she revealed her unusual method for casting the child actors in her film First They Killed My Father. Jolie told Vanity Fair that she wanted children who had experienced real hardship, and so trawled circuses, orphanages and slum schools for candidates. The children were then presented with money and told to take it when they could think of a reason for wanting it. They were then told to state their reasons, otherwise the money was taken back. Eventual lead actor Srey Moch (pictured right, to the left of Jolie) was chosen because, when the money was taken, she broke down with emotion.

University of Southern Denmark study, based on tests of 70,500 people, shows 14 drinks a week for men and 9 for women fend off diabetes - though gin and vodka worsen chances against disease.

It was first noticed that the devices' product pages were removed from the online store, but now it has been confirmed the company will no longer sell them.

Officers clashed with crowds of angry teenagers of the streets on Leyton, east London, after hundreds of youths were turned away from a warehouse party in the area.

Manchester shoppers tackle man who tried to snatch girl

Shocked witnesses described a 'tug of war' between the mother and the man, before four passers-by rushed forward to hold him down outside Primark on Market Street, Manchester. Police arrived by the store just after 6.50pm on Wednesday and arrested the man on suspicion of attempted child abduction. Witnesses described hearing the mother screaming that her child was missing outside the popular shop and a man could be seen walking away with her.

Sugar can wreak havoc on the body, causing weight gain, tooth decay and insomnia. However, people may not realize these are the signs of too much sugar. US and UK nutritionists weigh in.

Mother-of-three Cathie Cutler-Evans (pictured), from Chester, came on ITV's Long Lost Family in the hope of finding her birth mother, Adrienne Powell, after more than 50 years apart.

Aldi's £9.97 Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin won a prestigious gold medal at the International Wine and Spirits Challenge, beating a £39.95 gin that won a silver medal.

The hair may be thinning and the six pack hidden under rolls of fat, however older men are happier about their looks than those half their age, as 75per cent aged over 65 say they feel confident.

South West service stations in the are more expensive

An investigation has found that prices of some food and drink items in motorway service station shops vary massively in different areas of the country. Mystery shoppers visited 21 service stations across Britain. They were asked to find out the cost of a shopping basket filled with a 500ml bottle of water, a 500ml bottle of Coca-Cola, a ham sandwich, a sausage roll, a bag of Walkers crisps, a Cadbury Dairy Milk bar and a bag of wine gums. They also noted the price of a latte, a cheeseburger and fuel. They found the basket in the South West was the most expensive at £15.78, more than double the £6.11 supermarket cost. Yorkshire came next at £15.74, followed by the North East at £15.53. The Leigh Delamare Services (top left) stocked the most expensive bottle of Coca-Cola at £2.49 and Leicester Forest East Services stocked the cheapest crisps at 90p a bag (bottom left).

A mother from Alresford, Hampshire was left red-faced last week when she called the RSCPA terrified of a gigantic tarantula in her cupboard- only for them to discover it was her son's toy (pictured).

Last year was one of the warmest ever in the UK, according to official figures. And the winter of 2015/16 was the mildest for more than a century in England and Wales, the Met Office has confirmed.

Police have Tasered a man in Manchester who was carrying a crossbow and a knife. Officers swooped on Tib Street in the city centre around 2.30pm today.

Police are investigating the video clip which shows the teenage girl, believed to be aged around 15, get chased by a group who blocked the terrified youngster on a driveway in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Poignant truth behind infamous WWI Passchendaele picture

They are weary, frightened, bogged down to their knees and in the middle of the worst place on earth - seven men trying to drag a wounded comrade to safety. This historic photograph has come to epitomise the ghastliness of World War I. Today, a huge copy of it hangs above the Imperial War Museum's dramatic new display of life in the trenches. Here we see the sheer nothingness of a landscape devoid of any features, any shelter or, indeed, any life. This was a quagmire in which one wrong step could prove as fatal as a bullet. Many died falling into stinking, bottomless craters filled with mud and slime from which it was impossible to escape.

Researchers from the University of Liege in Belgium have looked at the common features of near death experiences, which include .bright light, feeling at peace, and perceiving a tunnel.

An inquest heard Maya Kantengule (pictured) was a 'nervous and wobbly' swimmer and was found at the bottom of the swimming pool at a holiday park in Burgh St Peter, Norfolk.

Boris Johnson said the show of strength was designed to demonstrate Britain's support for free navigation rights in international waters at a time when China is trying to claim the area.

Robert Mugabe's wife Grace (pictured together), 52, told members of the ruling ZANU-PF party women's league that naming a successor 'will enable all members to rally behind one candidate'.

Jeremy Vine posts sign offering photos of Kate Garraway

Jeremy Vine spotted one of the most bizarre adverts around - one trying to flog a collection of photographs of Kate Garraway - all taken from the person's TV. The BBC presenter posted a picture of the advert, top centre, to his Twitter with the caption: 'Best. Ad. In. Shop. Window. Ever' - prompting his followers to share their own hilarious spots, including a 'lost' cat, left, a man of many talents offering his skills, top right, a bizarre felt piece of art for sale, bottom right, and a very specific dating advert, bottom centre.

Mother-of-three Sherrie Rhodes, 37, from Hull, East Yorkshire, posted the intimate picture on social media this week in a bid to raise awareness of the lesser-known symptoms of breast cancer.

Jake Hammersley, 25, from Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, yanked his victim's headscarf down before tightening it around her neck and punching her in the face.

Amin Mohmed (pictured), 24, Mohammed Patel, 20, and Faruq Patel, 19, were feared to be Islamic State terrorists by one shocked witnessed as they attacked three men in Liverpool city centre.

Justice4the21, the main campaign group representing many of the relatives, said it will 'no longer participate' after the issue of perpetrators was ruled out by a coroner.

Britons share debauched photos of cavorting pals in Kavos

Photos on the Turns Out Kavos Was Ready For You Facebook page show inebriated revellers looking worse-for-wear in the Corfu party resort. Embarrassing snaps show young holiday-makers passed out on the beach (bottom, second from right), asleep on a lawn (bottom right) and naked in packed bars (top right). Others show a woman crashed out on the floor next to a piece of pizza having failed to make it all the way to her bed and revellers poking fun at a man passed out on a sunlounger (left).

New Canterbury MP Rosie Duffield described grammars as 'a Tory vanity project' and said that they were not the way forward but it has now emerged she sent her two sons to one.

Caster Semenya is the South African runner who won gold in the 800 metres at last year's Rio Olympics, and whose raw speed is matched only by her unfortunate ability to generate controversy.

Rear Admiral Alex Burton (pictured), who is apparently Commander UK Maritime Forces, seems to have modelled himself on David Brent, from The Office.



The fit older men who prove that age is just a number

From models to fitness gurus, these silver foxes with thousands of devoted Instagram followers are in the best shape of their lives - and they aren't about to let a few grey hairs get in the way. Clockwise from top left: Canadian model Ron Jack Foley refuses to give out his age but is rumoured to be 50; 54-year-old Shan Michael Hefley; 54-year-old Anthony Varrecchia; model and events producer Eric Rutherford, believed to be 49; 49-year-old Gianluca Vacchi; and 55-year-old Irvin Randle.

Captain Richard Wilmot, who lives in Somerset, and his third wife, Viki Maughan, have been fighting over money ever since they split in 2001, in a case that a judge said 'beggars belief.'

Footage from a petrol station camera Deptford, south London captures two men wearing motorcycle helmets and tracksuits just before midnight on 15 July.

Dogs trussed up as they wait to be butchered in Indonesia

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Shocking images of dogs tied up as they wait to be butchered in Indonesia have been released. The heartbreaking photographs show several dogs bound up by their legs with forlorn expressions on their faces before (inset) they are killed at a meat butchery house in Yogyakarta. According to local reports, there has been a hike in dog meat sales despite the fact residents traditionally don't eat dogs due to the majority of citizens being Muslim.

Children develop the ability to see the world through someone else's eyes and make calculated judgements by 8 months - significantly earlier than 4 years, as it was previously thought.

Dr Bruce Hottum, 63, of Glenford, New York, felt ill after coming up from a dive to explore a wartime plane wreck site near Ramsgate, Kent, before collapsing and dying.

John Welshman reveals Titanic survivors' shocking stories in a 'moving account' of the ship's infamous doomed maiden sea voyage, including a man who wanted to use the ice to chill his whisky.

Mark Glover, 46, from Penarth in South Wales, denies sexually assaulting a woman and raping her daughter. He claims he and the woman had an affair years before and the sex was consensual.

Eighteen people have been arrested after a village council in an area of Multan in Pakistan ordered the 'revenge rape' of the sister of a rapist. One of the arrested has now asked for a pardon.

Former contestants from the beleaguered Channel 4 reality show Eden, which saw 23 volunteers tasked with creating a new society in the Scottish Highlands, have spoken out about the experience.

Lauren Richmond, 22, feared she would be killed during the savage assault by Huddersfield cricketer Jordan Greaves and only escaped when she managed to scream for help.

Belfast mother holding son startled by creepy photo

Laura Clarke, 34, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, shared the image of her holding three-year-old son Theo and smiling to the camera during a family 'day of the dead' party to honour their loved ones who had passed. Following a series of creepy experiences, Laura believes the unusual goings-on could be her late dad, Terry, who passed away shortly after her youngest son was born.

Having Kids wrote an open letter to the royal couple this week urging them to 'consider forgoing having a third child in favour of modelling a smaller, sustainable family.'

This is the shocking moment a motorcycle pillion passenger was flung high into the air when the bike he was travelling on smashed into a stationary car on a motorway in Singapore.

German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt ordered the recall of the 3-litre Porsche Cayenne model. Porsche has agreed to recall the vehicles at their own expense.

Pity Theresa May in Italy this week, having shed her professional armour in favour of a shapeless £26 Pepto-Bismol-pink Next shirt dress. Not only was the styling unflattering, but the PM looked ill-at-ease.

Twitter shares opened more than 10 percent lower on Thursday after the social media platform disappointed investors with stagnant monthly active user growth in the second quarter.

The online persona - an attractive British woman in her 30s who became known as Mia Ash - was active on sites including LinkedIn, Facebook Inc, WhatsApp since April last year.

German passenger jet hijacked by terrorists set for museum

The Boeing 737-200 known as 'Landshut' was seized by Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine terrorists (pictured left in control of the aircraft) as it flew from Majorca to Frankfurt in October 1977. Now it is being rescued from dilapidation in Brazil (pictured right) after the German government bought it for 20,000 euros. It will be exhibited at the Dornier Museum for aircraft in Friedrichshafen. The plane was praised by German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel as a 'living symbol of a free society, which cannot be defeated by fear and terror'. All the plane's 82 passengers were rescued after it landed in Mogadishu, Somalia, but its heroic pilot Jurgen Schumann (pictured inset) was murdered by the terrorists.

President Emmanuel Macron said France will 'go to' the asylum seekers in Libya to stop them risking their lives in smugglers' boats while crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.

Carolanne Lindsay, 39, was horrified when she arrived home on RAF base St Athen in South Wales to find a note through door and a parcel of coffee pods eerily waiting in the living room.

Prince William hands over after final air ambulance shift

The Duke of Cambridge landed in a park at the Templars Gate Estate in Royston, Hertfordshire to treat a patient on his last day with the charity. William was seen sitting in the helicopter at around 7.05pm after attending an emergency call out with the East Anglian branch of the charity. The helicopter left around 7.35pm without picking anyone up as the casualty was taken by land ambulance. William opened up about the horrific sights he has witnessed as an air ambulance pilot as he prepared to takes to the skies for the last time.

Jenny Murphy, 37, from the Wirral was devastated when a shop assistant said her seven-month-old son Billy had 'freaky eyes'. But it led to a hospital appointment that ultimately saved his life.

Roderick Dyson, 62, the head of engineering at Skipton Girls' High School in North Yorkshire, bragged about his penis and made lewd remarks, including 'imagine sucking them balls, girls'.

Incredible footage has captured the moment that an Isle of Man-based diver, Penny Bielich, encountered one of the ocean's most elusive creatures while exploring an area called Gili Lawa Laut.

Terrifying moment a shark becomes trapped ON BOARD a fishing boat and thrashes around before getting free 

An incredible video has emerged of a huge shark trying to wiggle from a fishing boat after jumping on board. In the clip, taken off the coast of Long Island, fisherman look on in horror as the mako shark writhes around on the deck of the boat with its body trapped beneath the guard-rail. The shark's mouth become bloodied after it had bit  the rail several times as it struggles to release itself. The sea creature was only released after an innovative idea from one of the crew members paid off.

John Dickinson, from Tyne and Wear, believed he had been talking to a young girl called Amy on social media, but the fake account had been set up by undercover organisation Dark Justice.

Amazon reports that sales of boxed wines have increased by 212 per cent this year. It is thought customers are attracted to their eco-friendly credentials and good value for money.

The asteroid, dubbed 2017 001, was spotted on July 23 and is estimated to be about 82 to 256 feet wide (25-78 meters). It made its closest approach with Earth on July 20, but was then undetected.

The 56-year-old actor's features were found to be 91.86 per cent accurate to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi - which for thousands of years was thought to hold the secret formula of perfection.

New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci highlighted the 'special relationship' between the two nations and President Trump's love of the UK as a reason for a trade deal.

Researchers from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Cambridge have now analysed the first ancient Canaanite genomes to help understand the lives of this mysterious group.

Cumbrian trucker gets bizarre tattoo

Father-of-one Kenny Ollerenshaw, from Cumbria, has got a bizarre tattoo inked on his chest which makes him look like a tiny man driving his own body with a steering wheel. When the trucker moves, the 'interactive' tattoo moves with him. Mr Ollerenshaw, who lives in Silloth, had his tattoo created at Immortal Art Studio in Cumbria.

A bio-glue developed by experts at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University is significantly stronger than other medical adhesives.

A study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that smiles can be sorted into three distinct categories. And, each are defined by certain 'recipe' of different muscle combinations.

Our pets provide a never-ending source of love, affection, and the all-important cute factor. But even the most lovable animal can have an off day, like the miserable creatures pictured here.

Reddit users have been telling twenty-somethings how to grow up. The thread advised younger users on what to do before they reach 30 - including sorting out their health and giving up smoking.

The children, including a baby girl less than a year old, were left to fend for themselves in the blazing sun. The woman, 35, and her husband, 28, passed out after sharing a large quantity of spirits.

Trump's USS George HW Bush docks in UK

The 97,000 ton supercarrier USS George HW Bush, has anchored in the Solent near Portsmouth ahead of a two-week training exercise between UK and US personnel. The supercarrier has been deployed in operation Inherent Resolve, the fight against ISIS, but for the next two weeks will be the base for Exercise Saxon Warrior 2017, which will see UK and US personnel focus on how they can work together to overcome maritime challenges. The ship has been manned by UK personnel as they train for the imminent arrival of the HMS Queen Elizabeth to the Royal Navy fleet. Anchoring in the Solent today between the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth, the ships cast an imposing figure against the Victorian lines of defence still out in the sea. Pictured top right are planes on the flightdeck onboard the USS George H.W. Bush.

The original '80s video was the result of 16 weeks of rotoscoping live action frames into animation, but the new app recreates the effect much, much quicker using augmented reality technology.

Cody-Anne Jackson, 20, from Stoke-on-Trent, killed little Macey Hogan after sending her father a message reading: 'Sorry, just thought you deserved one last picture and memory of her.'

Scientists have devised a compound that slows melanoma tumour growth by 69%. It is based on naturally occurring, anti-cancer isothiocyanates found in the 'cabbage family'.

Whether a glass of wine is bad for you and whether it's better to eat a low carb or a low fat diet emerged among a list of things 1,500 modern British women find the most confusing.

Istanbul freak storm floods Turkey lightning

The unforgiving thunderstorm wore away the paint on a Turkish Airline jet's nose, with cracks visible on the pilots' window (pictured). It was one of 16 passenger planes to be rerouted from their planned destination of the city's Ataturk airport. At least ten people were injured when the freak storm struck the Turkish city, bombarding locals with hailstones the size of golf balls and flooding swathes of Istanbul in knee-deep water. Startling images showed a city bus (left) half-submerged near a bridge in the city's Unkapani district while lightning strikes set fire to a plastic store in the Kagithane district. Officials said more than 7,000 emergency workers were deployed to help in the aftermath of the storm which uprooted 230 trees, destroyed 90 roofs and sparked fires across the city.

Self-confessed desktop hoarders have been sharing images of their haphazard computer screens on social media - and they're sending neat freaks into meltdown.

New mum Carol Driver, her husband and their five-month-old daughter discovered that although Ibiza is known as a party destination, it offers luxurious and secluded family holiday breaks, too.

All the fun of the funeral! Pallbearers in Ghana give clients the chance to celebrate life with energetic moves that mourners won't soon forget

Pallbearers in Ghana are clapping their hands and stomping their feet, celebrating a person's life with a wild dance that has grieving families smiling. Choreographed funerals are all the rage in the West African country, where mourners are paying big bucks to say goodbye to their deceased loved ones with fist pumping music and bombastic dance moves. New video shows one of these funerals, as men dressed in their Sunday best are seen dancing as they hold a coffin on their shoulders, pictured, encouraging the bereaved crowd of loved ones to join in. It's a time for fun.

Bradley Lowery, six, earned the love of millions worldwide during his widely publicised battle with neuroblastoma before he passed away earlier this month.

WhatsApp, which can be used for sharing texts, photos and videos, as well as connecting via voice and video calls, now has one billion daily users, compared to one billion monthly users in 2016.

This is the moment two polar bears were reunited with cold snow in their zoo enclosure in Ranua, Finland. The mother and her cub have had to endure Scandinavia summer temperatures.

Picture postcards started to circulate in the early 1900s, initially featuring images of the Boer War - and between 1905 and 1915, more than 750 million postcards were sent every year.


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Cat's the ONLY way to travel! Pets enjoy the view from bizarre in-car hammock driving animal lovers wild 

Cats taking a pleasure drive from the comforts of an in-car hammock is the video that animal lovers everywhere have been waiting for. One cat takes full advantage of its comfy new cat bed, pictured, and decides to nap for most of the journey, while the other is seen in the back, jumping in and out of its hammock, not really sure what to think. The video has been viewed over 21million times on Facebook, acting as some pretty strong catnip for cat lovers.

Jennifer Abma, believed to be from Canada, posted a photo of her daughter, Anastasia, on Facebook and warned parents about the dangers of heatstroke, even if the child has not been outside in the sun.

Shilah Calvert Yin, from Melbourne in Australia, is affected by a rare condition known as Uncombable Hair Syndrome, which is behind her exceptionally springy blonde locks.

Mac on...The mile high school teacher

'Now boys, before we land does anyone need to use the toilet? ...Boys?'

Russian teenager shows off extreme mid-air exercise skills balancing on just his THUMBS

Slava Kripak, 18, is big on unusual calisthenics. Video shows the Russian teenager showing off his fine motor skills, in an unbelievable exercise where he lifts himself in the air using only his thumbs, pictured. The young gymnast, from Omsk in south-central Russia, has a massive social media following to his workouts of core heavy exercises, where the plank position is paramount. The video shows Mr Kripak turning a sitting stool upside down and preparing to mount its legs using his thumbs. He looks for the sweet spot and gets his thumbs in the right position, before lifting himself in the air, slowly raising his body to a flat 90 degree position. He then starts doing push ups in this same position.


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Tin can pally! Heart-stopping moment gun-toting child shoots a can off his friend's HEAD using a rifle

A child shooting a target above another's head is a dangerous stunt that could have gone wrong, unverified video from what is likely Pakistan shows. The shocking video opens with a young child in a crouched position with a tin can balanced on top of his head, pictured. The video then pans left, where an older child is holding an unknown type of rifle, giggling as he loads his firearm as the camera stays on him. Luckily, the bullet hits the target this time.

Video shows the youngster, whose name is Stella, celebrating her first birthday with her parents when she was presented with a cake with a huge '1' candle on top.

The woman was spotted recklessly dangling her feet out of a flat in Birmingham, with shocked onlookers labelling her dangerous behaviour 'foolhardy and 'silly'.

Manchester athlete who ran 521 miles told record invalid

Amy Hughes (left and inset) said she 'nearly broke' herself by running 521 miles on a treadmill in one week for up to 20 hours a day in the middle of the Trafford Centre (right) in Manchester last September. The distance runner, who hit the headlines when she ran 53 consecutive marathons in 2014, was convinced she had beaten the previous weekly treadmill distance of 517 miles. But the 29-year-old's painstaking efforts were ruled null and void by Guinness World Records who said her partner Dave Keighley, who kept a record of her distance, was not an independent witness. Miss Hughes, from West Felton, Shropshire, said administrators had ignored other witness statements from her physiotherapist, publicist and a friend.



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