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Girl, 7, is left with chemical burns from henna in Egypt
Madison Gulliver, from the Isle of Wight, was left with chemical burns and scars after getting a black henna tattoo on her arm in Egypt. Her father    Read More..
Melbourne, Vienna and Vancouver most liveable cities
Damascus, the capital of war-torn Syria, was named the least liveable city below Lagos in Nigeria, in global rankings produced by The Economist Inte   Read More..
A quarter of men propose without a ring, new survey shows
A quarter of men are proposing without having bought a ring, according to a new poll of 1,000 British women by jewellers Beaverbrooks. 40 per cent    Read More..
Saudi Arabia threaten to shoot down Qatari passenger jet
The animated footage is being used by Saudi Arabia's state-owned broadcaster to explain to viewers what can legally be done if a Qatari passenger p   Read More..
ISIS destroy tree 'being worshipped as a god' in Syria
Pictures show jihadists from the group's affiliated Khalid bin Walid Army taking a chainsaw to the branches of a tree in Syria after deeming it to b   Read More..
Birmingham bin strike to end after 50 days of misery
Industrial action has been suspended as progress was made in a long-running dispute involving refuse collection workers after huge piles of rubbish    Read More..
ISIS and climate change 'biggest threats to security'
A survey by the Pew Research Centre also found that concern about US influence has risen since Donald Trump became President.    Read More..
One in five who are unemployed are immigrants
EU workers are less likely to be unemployed that British-born people, according to an assessment on immigration by the Office for National Statistic   Read More..
Nathan Outlaw's eatery takes Good Food Guide top spot
Cornish fish restaurant Nathan Outlaw has taken the top spot in the Good Food Guide in a phenomenal win to knock L'Enclume out of first place after   Read More..
Duke of Beaufort who was owner of Badminton Estate dies
David Somerset, the 11th Duke of Beaufort and owner of one of the biggest estates in England, died in his sleep yesterday, leaving behind his widow,   Read More..
Uni boss David Phoenix took £350k loan... interest free!
Professor David Phoenix, 51, (pictured) took the £350,000 interest-free loan to buy a property near London South Bank University despite already ea   Read More..
BT bosses set to remove half of nation's red phone boxes
The rare use of phone boxes across the country has resulted in BT preparing to scrap half of them as bosses claim the £6million-a-year cost of runn   Read More..
Home Office refuses visas to Arab artists at Edinburgh
Arab Arts Focus was set to be the festival's first showcase of arts from the Arab world and Middle East, but was unable to take place after nearly a   Read More..
Staycations and modern fittings help drive caravan boom
The British touring caravan industry made 13.7 per cent more caravans in the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year.    Read More..
Dublin shooting: Woman seriously injured and pair killed
A mother of six and her friend – both described as ‘completely innocent’ by security sources – were gunned down in a ‘barbaric’ attack o   Read More..
FA chiefs ‘paid £80,000 hush money to England star'
The Football Association allegedly paid £80,000 'hush money' to women's star Eni Aluko after she complained about a 'racist' comment made to anothe   Read More..
Most Battle of Britain Memorial Flight planes GROUNDED
Problems with Rolls Royce Merlin engines have grounded almost the entire Battle of Britain Memorial Flight warplanes in what threatens to be a huge   Read More..
Princes Charles and William make a rare joint appearance
Prince Charles and William have made a rare appearance together for a night of pomp and pageantry at the Edinburgh Tattoo.    Read More..
Edward Tenniswood arrested & bailed 2 weeks before murder
Northamptonshire Police arrested Edward Tenniswood, 54, over a rape case and released him on bail just two weeks before he murdered India Chipchase,   Read More..
Elderly neglected by NHS because loved ones won't complain
Elderly patients are being failed by hospitals as their relatives are too scared to complain, with a report revealing that more than two-thirds of t   Read More..
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