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    Getting some exercise! Music lovers enjoy the sun at Parklife music festival despite warnings over dangerous drugs circulating

    A warning has been issued over super strength 'Punisher' ecstasy pill as thousands of music fans flock to the Parklife music festival.This comes as Tommy Cowan, 20, and Georgia Jones, 18, died after reportedly taking 'Green Heineken' ecstasy in a double tragedy at Portsmouth's Mutiny Festival two weeks ago. Parklife festival, which takes place in Heaton Park in Manchester this weekend, posted a message highlighting the dangers of the lethal drugs. M N E K performing on stage at Parklife festival, which takes place in Heaton Park, Manchester this weekend This year's Parklife line up features acts such as Lorde, N.E.R.D, Jessie Ware, A$AP ...

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    Supporters of Tommy Robinson clash with police at Downing Street demo after they hear Dutch far right MP Geert Wilders call for the English Defence League founder to be freed

    Supporters of Tommy Robinson have clashed with police at a Whitehall demonstration after hearing Dutch far right MP Geert Wilders call for the English Defence League founder to be freed.Wilders, 54, who was banned from Britain in 2009 only to get it overturned, has attended today's protest after the EDL founder was jailed for 13 months.Robinson pleaded guilty to contempt of court and breaching the terms of a suspended sentence he was handed last May for a similar offence.His supporters have gathered in huge numbers at a series of protests outside Downing Street, Leeds Crown Court and even at British embassies ...

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    Impotent sex attacker who used Viagra in failed attempt to rape drunk woman he met in club is jailed for six years

    Myles Kearney, 25 (pictured), used Viagra during his failed rape attempt An impotent sex fiend who used Viagra in a failed bid to rape a drunk woman has been jailed for six years.Myles Kearney, 25, met the victim, in her 20s, at a nightclub before dragging her back to his home.A court heard he collected Viagra sex pills from a friend on the way home but was still unable to get an erection when he attacked her.He took pictures of the victim on his phone which he posted on social media after the attack.He was cleared of rape but was ...

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    'Carjacker' is arrested with his pet MONKEY wearing a diaper clinging onto him as he's handcuffed

    Florida officers received a shock when they arrested a man who drove a stolen car into a ditch, and they found a monkey clinging onto his chest.The bizarre scene unfolded on Friday in Pasco County, Florida as deputies detained Cody Blake Hession.As Hession exited his car, his pet Capuchin monkey wearing a diaper emerged holding onto its owner's shirt. Cody Blake Hession was arrested Friday after he drove a stolen car into a ditch, with his pet Capuchin monkey clinging onto his shirt  Hession had stolen a vehicle from St. Petersburg and drove it to Holiday in Florida, where he was ...

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    A $2,200 coffee table, a $38,000 'tea point' and $12,000 on treadmills: How government bureaucrats spent $60million of taxpayers' money on luxury upgrades for their own offices

    Australian taxpayers have reportedly footed the bill for almost $60million in office upgrades for government bureaucrats.More than half was spent by Department of Human Services to upgrade 26 offices,  including a $4million refurbishment to its Melbourne CBD space.A department spokesman justified the spending spree, claiming it needed to upgrade its properties so they're fit for purpose. Department of Jobs and Innovation staff in a Melbourne office now have a new $210,643 kitchen, thanks to a government spending spree (stock image) Department of Environment and Energy staff have two new treadmills (stock image)'The Department of Human Services manages the largest non-­defence ...

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    Parents are making bullying problems worse by trying to help solve their children's problems – as a new taskforce recommends making kids more resilient instead

    A new taskforce has suggested parents avoid jumping in to solve their children's problems for them.Psychologist and director of the Parenting and Family Support Centre Matthew Sanders said parents should be modeling useful and productive ways of coping with stressful situations instead. He also encouraged parents to give children the confidence to be independent, including when confronting peers who they believe are excluding or bullying them. Dolly Everett (pictured) was the subject of relentless bullying that led to her taking her own lifeThe University of Queensland's Parenting and Family Support Centre has submitted a plan to the Premier's taskforce on cyber-bullying ...

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    'I'm going on a mission of peace': Optimistic Trump jets out of the G7 summit early for historic summit with Kim Jong-un, and says the Korean leader has 'one shot' to show he's serious

    President Trump has departed the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Canada, and is on his way to Singapore where he will meet North Korean president Kim Jong-un later this week.After trying to smooth over tensions with the six other leaders at the summit in Canada, Trump spoke optimistically about his looming meeting and said he believed it would go well. 'I will be on a mission of peace and will carry in my heart the hearts of millions of people, all over the world. 'We really think North Korea will be a tremendous place in a very short period of time and we appreciate ...

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    Shocking moment a woman, 20, was 'thrown like a rag doll' when she was struck by a silver sedan while out on the town on Friday night leaving her with sickening facial injuries

    Horrific images have emerged of a woman struck down by a silver sedan while out on the town on Friday night. Emma Dowling, 20, has suffered facial fractures and a head injury after being tossed in the air, with friends saying she 'looked like a rag doll.'  She was one of two pedestrians struck on Hindley Street in central Adelaide suffered facial fractures and a head injury after being tossed in the air.  'Never take life for granted and be kind to one another, you honestly never know how quickly it can change,' Emma Dowling said after her accident The twenty year old (pictured) ...

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    Father charged with the murder of his five-year-old son 'thought the child was the Devil' and was treated at two mental facilities before being turned away from a third just two days before the stabbing

    The father accused of murdering his five-year-old son was treated at two mental health facilities and turned away from a third just days before the alleged attack.The 36-year-old man was charged shortly after the stabbing murder at a Carlingford home in Sydney's north-west early Friday morning. The boy's grandmother frantically rushed the boy about 400metres away from the home before calling Triple Zero but the child died shortly after arriving at hospital. The father accused of murdering his five-year-old son (pictured) was treated at two mental health facilities and turned away from a third days before the alleged attack The 36-year-old ...

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    History repeating itself: As Trump prepares for historic summit with Kim Jong-un, incredible black and white shot shows generals from the US Army and North Korea signing a truce 65 YEARS ago in a bleak shed in no-man's land

    A black-and-white photo taken more than six decades ago shows North and South Korea coming together to sign armistice documents - which put a stop to roughly three years of fighting between the two countries - but didn't necessarily end the Korean War.In the July 26, 1953 photo U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison Jr. of the United Nations Command Delegation is seated at a table on the left while North Korean General Nam Il sits at a table on the right.Both leaders signed armistice documents in Armistice Hall in Panmunjom, a no-man's-land between the Koreas.  In this July 26, 1953 ...

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    The alternative G7: Putin taunts Trump by shaking Iranian leader's hand at international summit hosted by China after US president scrapped nuclear deal

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has cleared out half a city in preparation for a summit between Russia, Iran and other allies to discuss tensions with the US - while Trump and leaders of the West attended G7 in Canada.Armoured vans lined the streets of the coastal city of Qingdao today as world leaders arrived for the 18th annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).Its member states include Pakistan, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Russia and China . Iran is an observer member. Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) meets with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation ...

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    Is he on ste-roo-ids? Meet Monty the buff kangaroo, an 'alpha male' who is taking after his ripped father Roger

    Monty the red kangaroo has developed a bulging set of biceps to rival those of his iconic ripped father Roger.At a towering height of more than two metres tall, the muscular marsupial provides quite a spectacle with his bodybuilder-like physique.The 'stunning' alpha male was seen puffing up his huge chest as he tried to square up with the Kangaroo Sanctuary manager in a video shared online.  Monty the kangaroo (pictured) appears to be taking after his iconic ripped father with a bulging set of biceps  Towering at more than two metres tall, the muscular marsupial (pictured) puts on quite a ...

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    Theresa May and other top leaders battle to secure agreement with Trump on trade as end of G-7 summit looms

    Theresa May and other world leaders are pressing Donald Trump for a last-minute agreement on tariffs before he flies out to Singapore to meet with Kim Jong-Un. After days of verbal sparring over new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, Trump joined the leaders of major nations in an idyllic Canadian resort town. The U.S. President plans to leave Canada several hours early, heading to Singapore for his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. It will mean he misses G-7 sessions on climate change, clean energy and ocean protection. The Prime Minister will join other world leaders in pressing the US ...

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    First ever Bond girl Eunice Gayson who flirted with 007 in Dr No and From Russia With Love dies aged 90

    Actress Eunice Gayson who played the first ever Bond girl has died aged 90.She played Sylvia Trench in 007's 1962 onscreen debut, Dr No, and flirted with Sean Connery's Bond in 1963's From Russia With Love.During filming of Dr No, Gayson helped calm down a nervous Connery so he could say the famous catchphrase 'Bond, James Bond'.   The first ever Bond girl - Eunice Gayson (pictured in 007's 1962 debut Dr No ) - has died at the age of 90A message posted on her official Twitter feed read: 'We are very sad to learn that our dear Eunice passed ...

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    Crack German troops rescue hostage in dramatic exercise to mark the country's armed forces day

    A dramatic photo has emerged of German troops 'freeing a hostage' in a training exercise during Tag De Bundeswehr (Armed Forces Day) in Dresden today.In an image eerily reminiscent of the 1980 Iranian embassy siege, four geared up troops have been pictured holding guns, standing on a ledge and smashing a window with debris flying in the air.The training exercise is part of a day of events across Germany.    A dramatic photo has emerged of German army members free a hostage during a practise Sim Harris, former BBC member of staff who was one of 26 hostages seized by the ...

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