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Update: Thu, Aug 24 2017    

Heidi Klum says Simon Cowell 'deserved' Mel B attack

A slice of 36-year-old wedding cake, a card signed by Prince Harry and a used bar of soap: Meet the Florida man who has a 13,000-PIECE collection of Princess Diana memorabilia worth $500,000 'I went to Brown and I'm a teacher, sweetheart!' Granddaughter of Robert Kennedy sassed cops and stuck out her tongue at them after she was arrested with her 'glassy-eyed, violent' father at a raging house party The 14 surefire signs your partner is about to cheat or leave you: Relationship expert Tracey Cox reveals the subtle ways to figure out if he's fallen out of love with you How to give up drinking for a month - by someone who loves booze: Our writer reveals the 5 top tips that helped her stay off her beloved wine Revealed: Meghan and Harry will announce their engagement this DECEMBER to avoid clashing with other celebrations predicts former member of the royal household 'I wouldn't wish this ... (more)

A gardener undertakes some weeding in the White Garden at Kensington Palace

The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are to pay tribute to their mother Diana, Princess of Wales with a visit to her memorial garden at Kensington Palace on the eve of the 20th anniversary of her death. William and Harry, joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, will tour the White Garden, which has been planted in the Princess's memory to mark two decades since she died.

Powerful typhoon kills at least 3 in Macau

A powerful typhoon caused at least three deaths Wednesday in Macau, according to local authorities in the Chinese gambling enclave.

Burnham: North's patience on clapped-out trains and congested roads has run out

People in northern England are tired of "clapped-out trains" while billions are poured into rail projects in the south, Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has said ahead of a transport summit. The meeting of political and business officials in Leeds on Wednesday shows "the patience of people in the north of England has run out", he added.

New ski resort operator in New Hampshire raising concern

The new operator of a popular ski resort in New Hampshire faced off against concerned residents, some of whom fear the company's past legal troubles raise doubts about whether it was the right choice to oversee the facility. New York hedge fund manager Och-Ziff Capital Management assumed ownership of 14 properties held by CNL Lifestyle Properties last year including the lease at Mount Sunapee Resort in New Hampshire.

13 Reasons Why linked to rise in searches about suicide

Let's move! Malia Obama checks into Harvard dorm with help from Barack and Michelle, who cover their eyes as they make emotional exit after saying goodbye to the college freshman Not the biggest Afghanistan speech in history: Obama's 'surge' speech drew 12 million more viewers than Trump did Monday night Military-style Christian sect leader is charged in massive child sex abuse case that a former member says she has been trying to expose for years 'The groom revealed his wife had been sleeping with the best man': People share the WORST weddings they've ever been to... including dramatic bust-ups and a freezing marquee Man who commissioned British ex-spy to compile infamous 'dirty dossier' on Trump hands over 40,000 documents to Senate committee investigators Princeton graduate Cleveland Browns player married to a black woman becomes the first white NFL player to kneel during the national ... (more)

Briton ignored police warnings to flee as he comforted child in Barcelona

A British tourist said he raced to help a child in the Barcelona terror attack despite police shouting warnings that he should move to safety. Harry Athwal, of Birmingham, said a fatherly instinct kicked in as he comforted the helpless boy who was lying on the ground with no pulse in the Las Ramblas tourist boulevard.

More U.S. sanctions on Russian, Chinese firms accused of working with North Korea

The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed a new round of economic sanctions on Russian and Chinese companies and individuals who it said are working with North Korea. Sanctions have served as the cornerstone of U.S. efforts to isolate North Korea economically and diplomatically over the last two decades as the country has developed and tested nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.

Firefighters rescued a seven-month-old boy and later freed one of two older brothers

Firefighters in Italy have freed three young brothers from rubble after a 4.0-magnitude earthquake hit the resort island of Ischia. The fatalities were an elderly woman who was in a church that crumbled in the quake, and a second person who has been located in the rubble but not yet extracted.

Dozens arrested in police raids before Notting Hill Carnival

Nine addresses in Lewisham, south-east London, were searched and 13 arrests made early on Tuesday morning in a planned, intelligence-led operation. A number of raids were also carried out in Kensington and Chelsea, the borough where the world-famous carnival takes place every August bank holiday weekend.

10,000 reward to catch Clapham sex attacker

A A 10,000 reward is being offered by police hunting for a man behind a series of sexual assaults in south London. Police have released CCTV footage of an Asian man aged between 25 and 35 who is thought to have targeted the victims.

Match US troop strength to win war in Afghanistan, Trump urges allies

Donald Trump has called on Nato to increase troops and funding for the war in Afghanistan "in line with our own". In an address to the nation from Fort Myer, near Washington DC, on Monday night, the third US president to oversee what is America's longest war said sudden withdrawal would have "predictable and unacceptable" results.

BHP Billiton returns to black with $6.7 billion profit

Anglo-Australian miner, BHP Billiton, on Tuesday reported a return to black with a $6.7 billion annual profit a year after the company's worst ever full-year result and said it wants to sell its U.S. shale oil assets. The Melbourne, Australia based-company's turnaround from the $6.4 billion loss for the year through June 2016, was built on high prices for iron ore and coal build on Chinese industrial demand.

At Least 1 Dead After Earthquake Hits Italian Resort Island

An earthquake rattled the Italian resort island of Ischia at the peak of tourist season Monday night, killing at least one person and trapping a half dozen others, including children, under collapsed homes. Police said all but one of the people known to be trapped were responding to rescuers and were expected to be extracted alive.

Beautiful': US gets a glimpse of first solar eclipse for 99 years

The Canadian Space Agency described the initial glimpses of the first total solar eclipse to sweep across the US, from Oregon to South Carolina, in 99 years as "Beautiful!" as Americans across watched in wonder through telescopes, cameras and protective glasses. Among the big names who had been excited by the spectacle were rock star Bruce Springsteen and Ivanka Trump, daughter of the US President Donald Trump, who tweeted safety advice warning watchers to remember to wear their glasses.

Rare tiny wallabies Kai and Aru will go on display at Chester Zoo

The two dusky pademelons - a rare breed of wallaby from Indonesia - will make their public debut in the UK after arriving from Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic. Keepers hope they will eventually introduce the marsupials, called Kai and Aru, to a female as part of a European-wide breeding programme for threatened animals.

Marseille van suspect 'treated for psychological problems'

A man suspected of ramming his white van into two bus stops in the southern French city of Marseille, killing a woman, is being treated for psychological problems, officials said. The suspect, who has not been identified by name, is 35 years old and from the Grenoble region in eastern France, a press official for police headquarters in Marseille said.