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The footage, taken by a 12-year-old girl, shows her 14-year-old sister in the corridor (left) of the Novotel Brighton Le Sands at 10.40pm last Saturday before being chased by Dutch cyclist Mathieu van der Poel. van der Poel had been trying to sleep in Room 930 with his girlfriend Roxanne Bertels (pictured together inset) but was being disturbed by the girls playing a 'knock and run' prank. The cyclist finally lost control and stormed out of his room chasing one of the girl into her room her he assaulted her. Their father, Emad, (bottom right) said his daughter (top right) were 'a bit naughty' but said Van der Poel's actions were unjustified. The cyclist, who has won a stage on the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia, pleaded guilty on Monday before Magistrate Hugh Donnelly in Sutherland Local Court.

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The 19-year-old victim of a horror E-scooter accident in Canberra can be identified - as her chilling final Facebook post is revealed. The young woman died after being thrown across an intersection when her E-scooter collided with a car on the corner of Drakeford Drive and O'Halloran Circuit in Kambah, Canberra just after 3pm on Sunday. Police said the teen was not wearing a helmet when she smashed into the vehicle. Just a day before her death, the young woman posted a final chilling post to her Facebook account, lamenting people not being able to share their feelings more freely.

Tribe Skincare owner Kayla Houlihan posted a video to TikTok - which has gone viral - about the comment she received while browsing in a Rip Curl store.

A New Zealand traveller was left in stiches after discovering the 'views' she thought she was promised at a budget hotel in Queenstown were something very different.

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Kelly Bayer Rosmarin took on the top job at Optus in April 2020 at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic without ever having worked in the telecommunications industry.

The 49-year-old was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in August 2018 that had spread to her bones, liver and lymph nodes. She was disease-free in January after taking cannabinoid oils

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Australians have been told to brace for a giant rain bomb as large swathes of the country are hit with heavy rain, hailstones, thunderstorms forecasters warn will last over a week.

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Bourdain hanged himself in a French hotel room in 2018 while filming on location for his hit CNN show Parts Unknown. The public outpouring of sympathy for the TV star was sizeable; his fans celebrated how he'd overcome addiction to launch a successful career, and hailed his unpretentious, down to earth nature. But Down and Out in Paradise: The Life of Anthony Bourdain, a new biography by journalist Charles Leerhsen, challenges that picture of Bourdain as the people's hero. It claims he instead was hooked on steroids, drinking heavily and sleeping with prostitutes. The book also includes text messages, emails and the search history of Bourdain's computer, all of which reveal his pained his relationship with Argento.

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The Charity Commission has said it is assessing concerns raised about Mermaids' practices after an investigation uncovered that staff were sending 'potentially harmful' binders to children.

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Rashonn Armstrong-Reilly, 20, plunged from the fifth-storey balcony of Nomads backpackers in Brisbane on Sunday, with investigators suspecting he was trying to retrieve his phone.

WARNING: Graphic content. A disturbing new video is circulating online purporting to show the moment Shylah Rodden, 26, was hit by a roller coaster at the Melbourne Royal Show on Sunday. Ms Rodden received 'horrific' injuries after she was struck by the Rebel Coaster and dragged nine metres into its next loop. The ride was opened just days later, on Tuesday, in a move Ms Rodden's family have slammed as 'shameful'. Show spokeswoman Katie Scanlan said WorkSafe declared the ride was safe after an inspection and could be re-opened from Tuesday. The Melbourne Royal Show will remain open until Sunday. Anyone who witnessed the incident is urged to contact police.

Lara McReynolds, 32, a GP receptionist, tipped the scales at 117kg last year and was a size 22 and struggled to play with her daughter Halle, aged seven.

An Optus customer posted screenshots of a conversation he claims to have had with a support worker - who appears to have accidentally sent him private information.

Highly embarrassing footage an Aussie Hells Angels bikie is DESPERATE for you not to see: Underworld figure hysterically fakes an injury while being arrested - before 'weeping' in the back of a cop car 

A bikie slapped with cuffs for assaulting his wife tried desperately to have the video of his arrest kept secret, fearing the comical clip would be 'highly embarrassing'. The police bodycam footage shows Hells Angel member Mustafa Hafizi, 34, handcuffed and led outside of his Greystanes home in western Sydney on December 29, 2021. But the underworld figure with links to the Alameddine crime family begins screaming hysterically and complaining that officers are hurting his shoulder before falling to the ground and telling officers he will 'sue' them. He was taken to Parramatta Police Station were he was charged with assaulting his wife and resisting arrest. Hafizi pleaded guilty to assaulting his partner but not guilty to resisting officers commands claiming the pain and injury was genuine. However, Magistrate Rodney Brender rejected the argument agreeing with officers that it was an 'Oscar-worthy' performance.

State governments have confirmed it will replace all driver's licenses stolen as part of Optus's massive data breach - as the hacker sensationally apologises to Australians.

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The sexually transmitted infection was first discovered in London in the 1980s - but a test has only been available in the US since 2019. It is already resistant to four different antibiotics.

Spanish medics compared body composition in 355 university students to see how their egg consumption impacted it. Those who ate five a week or more had a BMI around 4 per cent lower.

Hugs and flowers for Princess Kate: Four-year-old who waited for hours gets to present Kate with pink roses and toddler in her bonnet and Converse gets a hug - as William jokes they 'need a new babysitter' on first trip to Wales as Prince and Princess 

The Prince and Princess of Wales were visiting St Thomas Church, a re-developed church in Swansea which supports people in the local area and across the City and County of Swansea. As the Prince and Princess of Wales arrived for their first official visit to the country since receiving their titles, Princess Kate was presented with a bouquet of yellow flowers by two-year-old Charlotte Bunting (right) who was dressed in a traditional Welsh costume.

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The eldest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, 40, told his schoolmate that his father was King and that'd 'better watch out', according to royal author Katie Nicholl in The New Royals.

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The Duchess of Sussex, 41, had paused the release of her Spotify podcast for the duration of the mourning period for the Queen.

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King Charles III has taken ownership of the Queen's horses following her passing, with Educator to be the first runner in the royal silks on Thursday after being declared to compete at Salisbury.

Adorable moment Kate Middleton helps a two-year-old in a Welsh national costume pack a donation basket for a baby bank as she joins Prince William in Swansea

Kate Middleton helped an adorable two-year-old pack a donation basket for The Baby Basics bank on Tuesday. The mother-of-three, 40, joined her husband Prince William at St Thomas Church, in Swansea, Wales. The Princess of Wales was spotted chatting to Charlotte Bunting, who donned a traditional Welsh dress, as they put baby clothes and toys into a donation basket.

Prince Rudolf of Austria died on 30 January 1889, aged 30, after shockingly committing suicide with one of his mistresses, 17-year-old Baroness Mary Vetsera, at his hunting lodge.

Twins Dana and Juana Naser, 24, who are based between London and Jordan, say they look so much like their mother Sahar Darwazeh, 46, that strangers sometimes think they're siblings. The three women have gone viral after appearing in a TikTok video, with some claiming they struggle to tell the mother apart from her daughters.

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Connor Gibson is accused of sexually assaulting and murdering Amber Gibson in Cadzow Glen, Hamilton, southeast of Glasgow. He pleaded not guilty at a hearing on Tuesday and is set to stand trial in July.

Australian mortgage-holders are set for another interest rate hike, following troubling global economic conditions that are putting central banks under pressure.

A magistrate has dropped the charges against climate activist Mali Cooper, 22, who paralysed Sydney when she chained herself to a steering wheel near the entrance of the Harbour Bridge in June.

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Hundreds of Australians are furious after they were stranded in Hawaii with minute compensation from budget airline Jetstar after it cancelled at least two flights from Honolulu to Australia.

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Matilda's soccer star is CARJACKED live on air by knife-wielding thugs while she was in the middle of a radio interview: 'The audio made my blood run cold'

An Australian football star was the victim of an attempted carjacking live on national radio - with listeners saying her screams made their 'blood run cold'. Elissia Carnavas was speaking to Simon Hill on SEN Radio's The Global Game on Thursday night when she suddenly started shouting and the line dropped out. Hill, a legendary commentator who famously called John Aloisi's victorious penalty to qualify for the 2006 World Cup, described the situation as the 'most terrifying' of his career but confirmed Carnavas was OK after the horrific ordeal. 'Shout out to Elissia Carnavas who had an awful experience tonight live on as thieves attempted to hijack her car. Thankfully, she got out of that situation and is fine,' he posted to Twitter late on Thursday. 'The most terrifying moment of my career that's for sure, and we're just relieved she's ok.'

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Lindsay Marsh filed for divorce from her husband of 25 years in April 2021. She was shocked when he asked her to hand over a boudoir photo album she created for him - and the judge sided with him.

Researchers at the University of Surrey have found that transitioning to Daylight Saving Time negatively affects driving performance as a result of disrupted circadian rhythms and lack of sleep.

Russian men call Ukraine to surrender BEFORE being drafted: Tank captain reveals he is being sent to the front with zero training, troops are left without food, and Kyiv 'kills 550 of Putin's soldiers in 24 hours' as morale collapses

Russian men fearful of being conscripted to fight in Ukraine are calling a surrender hotline before they are even called up to find out how to safely give up when they get there, Kyiv has claimed. The news emerged as yet more videos revealed the poor state of morale within Putin's armed forces - with a newly-drafted tank commander in Moscow (left) complaining that his unit is being sent to the front with no training and a recruit already on the front line (right) saying he has been abandoned with no food or water while his commanders are nowhere to be seen. The footage surfaced as Kyiv claimed to have killed 550 of Moscow's men in the last 24 hours alone, underlining the meat grinder that the new recruits are being thrown into.

Anti-war protesters in Russia placed a message about Vladimir Putin's shameful war on the grave of his parents in St Petersburg, as anger over the war in Ukraine grows following the mobilisation.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has said her government believes the leaks were caused by 'deliberate actions', adding that the pipeline will be out of action for around a week.

Why an Aussie mum has been living in a 'waterfall' building site with tarps on her roof for TWO YEARS after botched home renovations left her with 'half a house' - as she launches an extraordinary protest

A fed up Melbourne renovation customer has been left with 'half a house' after a series of building blunders, with her family forced to live in a leaking home with tarp for a roof. Jill Harris signed a contract almost two years ago to add a second storey to her small Upper Ferntree Gully home, in Melbourne 's east. But a series of failures led to the project being repeatedly pushed back and Ms Harris has been left with a 'homemade swimming pool' instead of a house, with water leaking on her when it rains.

Mr Albanese met with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida and US vice president Kamala Harris in Tokyo on Tuesday ahead of attending the state funeral for Shinzo Abe.

Paltrow, who turned 50 on September 27, had half her body painted gold for a glamorous shoot that was an homage to the 1964 James Bond movie Goldfinger. The stunning images were shared on Instagram Tuesday, the day of her birthday. Paltrow (pictured inset in 1996) said she 'feels so good turning 50,' explaining the shoot is about 'expressing that sense of energy and optimism' she is experiencing. The Goop founder wrote about her past and her hopes for the future in an essay that was published on her lifestyle website last Thursday. She reflected on the regrets and mistakes that still keep her up at night, saying that she prays she has 'learned from them all.'

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Moment Ukrainian refugee dumped by her British lover was ARRESTED after 'trying to kick down his front door screaming 'I love you, Tony!'' before baffled police 'found her hiding in bushes' 

EXCLUSIVE: Sofiia Karkadym (left, with police), 22, was seen kicking the front door of the rented cottage she used to share with security guard Tony Garnett (right, together), 30, and screaming: 'I love you Tony'. But Tony - who made headlines when he left his partner and children for IT manager Sofiia after they welcomed her into their family home when war broke out in Ukraine - refused to open the door. Sofiia had allegedly been told by police to stay away after Tony called officers to an earlier bust-up on Saturday night when he told her their four-month relationship was over. She left the home they had previously shared, but returned last night when neighbours heard her yelling at Tony outside, and dialled 999 after she repeatedly kicked the door. Police are said to have searched gardens and local streets with torches before they found her hiding in nearby bushes in Bradford, West Yorkshire. She was escorted away by two officers while she shouted: 'Tony, I love you. Please come with me'. After being taken away for questioning, Sofiia was freed without charge. She had moved in with him and his partner of ten years Lorna Garnett (inset, together), 28, in Bradford in May after she fled her home in Lviv in war-torn Ukraine and they offered her a place to live. But just ten days later, Tony moved out with Sofiia after starting a relationship with her, leaving behind Lorna, the mother of his two young daughters.

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The Paris-based OECD expects the Reserve Bank of Australia to next year hike interest rates to an 11-year high of 3.6 per cent. An average borrower would pay $1,116 more a month than early 2022.

Accused killer Stuart Paul has pleaded not guilty to killing Vicki Ramadan who was found in her Sydenham home in Melbourne's northwest on April 6, 2019.

Melissa Caddick's (pictured left) husband Anthony Koletti (pictured top right) has denied ever lying about his wife's disappearance but agreed at her inquest that his inconsistent statements were inaccurate and he had misdescribed events. The New South Wales Coroner's Court also heard how much Channel 7 paid Mr Koletti for an exclusive interview with him last October, 11 months after his wife was last seen in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

A tech expert has claimed the Optus cyberattack was a simple security breach that exposed a fundamental flaw in the telco company's defence against hackers.

The leaders of the church of Scientology desperately tried to put a wedge between the couple as they feared Nicole Kidman might pull Tom Cruise away from the controversial religious movement, according to the book 'A Billion Years: My Escape From a Life in the Highest Ranks of Scientology.' They did so because Cruise, a long-time poster boy of the church, began to ignore Scientology head David Miscavige's calls while the actor and Kidman were filming the film 'Eyes Wide Shut' in London in 1997, former high-ranking church officer Mike Rinder writes in the book. Miscavige was suspicious of the actor's second wife  because she had not expressed an eagerness for Scientology and he was allegedly terrified that he was losing control of Cruise - so much so that he allegedly ordered Kidman's phone to be tapped.

Parramatta halfback Mitch Moses and his partner Bri Gardoni have been pictured leaving Mater Hospital in North Sydney on Monday with their new bundle of joy after the Eels half skipped the birth

A leading tech analyst says the massive data breach that allowed a hacker to steal personal details of up to 11 million Optus customers is an 'extinction-level event' for the telco

Shane Smith, 38, crashed his motorbike in Redwood Park, Adelaide's north-east, at around 3am on September 7 and died on the scene, despite paramedics' desperate attempts to save his life. He has four children, including two boys with Ms Hampton before their split in July 2017 - a month before he was convicted of bashing two nightclub bouncers - and a 16-week-old boy with his girlfriend, Donna Baldino. Choking back tears, Ms Baldino said: 'I never thought I'd be up here standing like this today saying goodbyes to you.' Rebels Motorcycle Club leaders said he was a 'Rebel that truly represented toe meaning of Outlaw Elite'.

  

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'Everything you were taught was a lie': Woman who grew up in polygamist Mormon cult reveals how her life has changed since her family fled and found 'freedom' as she posts sweet message to her childhood self

Jeffs, now 66, began serving as the president of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) in 2002. He had more than 70 wives, 24 of whom were underage girls, when he was arrested in 2008, resulting in him being sentenced to life in prison. Now, one of his former victims, Ruby Steed, 24, who spent her early years living under his rule, has opened up about how far she has come since she escaped. She shared a series of photos that saw her as a child versus now, and showcased all the ways in which her life has improved. During her time in the religious group, she was told she wouldn't have a choice in who she married or her career, and had no contact with the outside world. Ruby now landed her dream job as a hairdresser and has traveled the globe; she doesn't go to church anymore but it still close to her family.

Pauline Hanson has been called a 'scumbag' in the Senate for refusing to withdraw a tweet saying Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi should 'p*** off back to Pakistan'.

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Crown Prince Akishino, 56, his wife and youngest daughter Princess Kako, 27, attended the ceremony in Tokyo today, where thousands paid their respect to the former Prime Minister.

Boston prima ballerina Dusty Button, 33, was accused last year by seven women of sexual abuse along with her husband Mitchell Button, 37. The bombshell legal filing depicts star-struck young performers seduced by promises of fame and career advancement only to find their lives and finances controlled by the 'seasoned predators.' The Buttons' most prominent accuser, Sage Humphries, 24, claims in a lawsuit that she was led into a terrifying room of guns in their home and tied down before being sexually assaulted by the couple.

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has become the kingdom's prime minister, a Saudi royal decree said on Tuesday.

Abby Pollock, 28, a fitness influencer from Canada, suffers from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) - so she brushed off many of the pregnancy signs as symptoms of the disorder.

Carol Vorderman showed she is in better shape than ever at 61 when she flaunted her toned abs in a skimpy crop top. Carol has embarked upon an incredible body transformation in recent months and she recently stayed at the exclusive Juice Master retreat in Portugal. Last year she also revealed she begun intermittent fasting as well as doing regular work outs. Here, FEMAIL takes a look at how Carol has maintained her toned figure with the help of her active lifestyle and intermittent fasting.

The Western Australian director of e-learning Stephen Joseph Rakich, 67, was snared in a huge operation by WA Police, Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force.

Brazilian congressional candidate Saulo Batista, a married father-of-two, was stabbed three times Monday by his former lover of two years, Daisa Garcia.

Celebrity trainer Jono Castano has revealed the secrets behind his girlfriend Simone Holtznagel's 10kg weight loss and insists she didn't starve herself in order to achieve her goal.  Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia, Jono said the model, 29, lost the weight safely and over 10 months after some of her followers - including those in recovery from eating disorders - said her before and after photos were 'triggering'. 'I educate each individual who has something to say outlining the way she got results wasn't through starving herself, it was done through a structured program,' he said.

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As the AFL continues to investigate shocking racial allegations at Hawthorn, a former industry mentor has revealed the rampant racism that exists across all clubs in the competition.

A woman who allegedly bought a dream home on the back of a $10.4million Crypto-transfer bungle believed her partner had won it, a court has heard. 

Anthony Koletti has finally given evidence at the inquest into his wife Melissa Caddick's disappearance, almost two years after she vanished from her Dover Heights home

So serious is Panthers star Jarome Luai about winning Sunday's grand final, he had his newborn daughter induced on Monday to ensure the birth didn't clash with the big game.

Victor Weisanto caused a stir as he opened womenswear spring-summer 2023 at Paris Fashion Week. The young designer mixed almost transparent jumpsuits (left), slit mini-dresses (right) and even plaited hair (centre). The designer who is a protégé of iconic fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, launched his label in 2020. Weinsanto's adventurous designs were inspired by fellow young designers as a 'declaration of love' to his generation.

Hundreds of members of a Bali travel page discussed what they love best about Bali, with the low prices, the Balinese people and their 'back to basics commonsense' at the top of the list.

Child abuse squad detectives charged the 60-year-old man, who works in the south-west district of WA as a doctor, with 19 offences against children.

Lola Pähkinämäki, 30, was five-and-a-half stone at her lowest weight. The influencer, from Finland, suffered with anorexia since the age of 16 until a spinal cord injury helped her learn her triggers.

New research by the nation's peak welfare body found those on Centrelink payments were skipping meals and even foregoing hot showers to save on electricity bills.

Chelsea, 42, and her mother, Hillary Clinton, 74, sat down for a joint interview as two of the stars of Variety's Power of Women issue. The global health advocate reflected on the 'relentless' scrutiny she faced growing up as the daughter of President Bill Clinton. Chelsea, who moved into the White House when she was 13, said she 'really wanted to fade into the background' at times and not have people looking at her. When she was a young teen, she was called a 'dog' by conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and made fun of on Saturday Night Life. Chelsea said she feels 'such a palpable sense of responsibility' to help other children in her position because she wished someone would've stood up for her. She repeatedly defended former President Donald Trump's youngest son, Barron Trump, while his father was in office, despite their families' political feud. The mom has taken great care to keep her three children out of the public eye, explaining that she wants them to 'be conscious and not paranoid.'

Amber Barnes, who uses the name Amber Rose on social media, faced the wrath of thousands on Facebook after she posted proudly about her kill in the Flathead National Forest in Doris Creek.

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Former Adelaide Crows player Deni Varnhagen led a court challenge against vaccine mandates after losing her nursing job and being put on her team's inactive list when she refused to get jabbed.

Panettiere, 33, previously revealed that she started abusing drugs when she was just 15 years old - and that her addiction worsened after Kaya's birth in 2014. In 2018, Panettiere sent her daughter to Ukraine to live with her ex and Kaya's father, Klitschko, 46 - but now, she has claimed that he didn't give her a choice. The star spoke out about it in an upcoming episode of Jada Pinkett Smith's show Red Table Talk, which premieres Wednesday. The Heroes alum claimed that the former boxing professional made her give up her daughter, calling it 'the most heartbreaking thing she's ever had to do.' 'It wasn't a discussion,' she told the host in an exclusive sneak peek of the episode, obtained by People magazine, adding: 'It was very upsetting.' Panettiere explained that as soon as she was 'better,' she was hoping Kaya would split her time between both of her parents, but said 'that didn't happen.'

Professional services firm KPMG is asking job seekers what their sexual orientation is, if they've had a 'trans or gender diverse experience' or an 'intersex variation' in application forms

Jupiter will be making a close encounter for the first time in almost 60 years, with Australians able to see the gas giant up close at sunset, sunrise and through the night for the coming weeks.

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Former Test batsmen Mike Veletta and Graeme Wood have opposed a plan to erect statues to female and indigenous cricketers alongside one to Dennis Lillee at the WACA - as rift grows in WA cricket.

Homeless man takes up residency on homeowner's PORCH and refuses to leave - as woman who lives there alone claims cops have done nothing to help protect her

Shacola Thompson, a Van Nuys homeowner, is terrified for her life after police have ignored her pleas to help remove a homeless man from her porch. The unidentified homeless man has become a regular uninvited guest that has slept multiple times on Thompson's porch. Front door camera footage has showed multiple arrivals of the man on Thompson's furniture. One video shows the man being put into handcuffs by police and it is unclear if he has since returned

A fitness influencer has been slammed for telling fans who 'want to look good on camera' they need to 'go to the f***ing gym'.

The weather lady, 41, had the best response to the hater, who claimed that her choice of clothing resembled that of a retired-stripper-turned-prostitute.

Hailey Bieber is slammed for 'cultural appropriation' after sharing makeup tutorial for 'brownie glazed lips' - as critics accuse her of trying to take over trend that 'black and Latina women have been doing for years'

Bieber, 25, showcased her favorite lip makeup combo on TikTok and described the result as 'brownie glazed lips'. The name was clearly a nod to her 'glazed donut aesthetic' and the principal messaging behind her skin care line, Rhode. Fans of the model soon began to praise the star for starting the new beauty trend for the fall season, despite the fact the look has always been popular. Social media users were quick to point out that the beauty look has actually be popular with black, brown and Latina women since the 90s. Furious beauty lovers proceeded to call out the fashion star for appropriating the makeup technique by failing to credit her source of inspiration.

Outbound flights from Russia are completely sold out, and traffic jams leading to Russia's borders are so big they can be seen from space (satellite image of huge queue to Georgian border)

German researchers say botox's ability to stop people from frowning stops recipients from experiencing negative moods as intensely.

Death toll from Iranian riots 'tops 75' as protests continue to rage 11 days after Mahsa Amini died following arrest for not wearing her hijab properly 

The semi-official Fars news agency reported on Tuesday that 'around 60' people had been killed - up from 41 on Saturday - during mass protests over the death of Masha Amini. Demonstrators took to the streets again on Monday night, as they have every night since Amini's death in custody on September 16 after she was arrested for breaching the country's strict dress code. Tehran crowds have shouted 'death to the dictator', calling for the end of the more than three-decade rule of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 83.Video shot from several floors above street level, purportedly in the city of Tabriz, showed people protesting to the sound of tear gas canisters being fired by security forces. IHR said at least 76 people have been killed in the crackdown that has seen sweeping restrictions imposed on the internet, including blocks on Instagram and WhatsApp. Officials said Monday they had made more than 1,200 arrests. Those taken into custody have included activists, lawyers and journalists as well as protesters.

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That's a good dog! Water rescue pup tows 800kg pontoon boat back to safety in choppy waters

A water rescue trained dog saved a boat that had been pulled off course by a strong current and choppy waters. Oakley, the Newfoundland who trains with the American Academy of Canine Water Rescue in Massachusetts, executed the impressive rescue just before a storm rolled in. In a video, Oakley can be seen in her doggy rescue goggles and gear, dragging a boat many times her size and weight out of the lake's current against a backdrop of growing storm clouds.

Thomas Richard Marsh, a 61-year-old astrophysicist at University of Warwick, was last seen on September 16 near the remote astronomical observatory La Silla in Chile.

The fulmar was born in July 1975 and was spotted almost half a century later on the island of Eynhallow, says the British Trust for Ornithology.

Young Floridians brave rough waves to play in the SEA as Hurricane Ian looms - despite warnings of a 'life-threatening storm surge': Disney will shut parks from tomorrow

Thousands of guests at Disney World are being evacuated from hotels and campgrounds in Orlando as Hurricane Ian is baring down on Florida and set to bring destruction from the 15ft waves and 140mph winds. Cancellation policies are also not being enforced by the television giant, with performances around the Fort Wilderness resort being cancelled. The resort has been battered by heavy rain the past few days, with thousands of visitors braving the weather to enjoy the parks. The monster storm has been upgraded to a Category 3 hurricane, as it is currently lashing Cuba, with the National Guard on standby in Florida.

  

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REVEALED: The first images of DART's asteroid crash captured by the tiny LICIACube satellite show the incredible moment NASA's spacecraft smashed into Dimorphos and its bright, messy aftermath

After NASA 's DART spacecraft successfully completed its first planetary defense test last night, the tiny Light Italian Cubesat for Imaging of Asteroids (LICIACube) spacecraft captured the moment in its messy glory. The Italian space agency released a series of images this afternoon that show a before-and-after comparison of the Didymos asteroid system and a bright burst of debris surrounding Dimorphos. LICIACube is tiny, contains two optical cameras and weighs about 31 pounds. The small spacecraft hitched a ride with DART, which deployed the cubesat on Sept. 11, and is operated from a mission control center in Turin, Italy. 'We're really very proud,' Elisabetta Dotto, science team lead at Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF), said during a news conference held in Italian on Tuesday.

Bored Panda has rounded up a selection of photos shared by social media users from around the world, and collated them into a gallery that will infuriate you.

The parents-to-be were accused of causing an environmental disaster in the river, which serves the nearby town Tangar√° da Serra in the state of Mato Grosso, during their 50-person party.

Locanda on the Weir, near Minehead, is co-run by Italian chef Pio Catemario Di Quadri, whose food bowls over the Inspector. Read on for more on a hotel he awards four stars...

Terrifying moment seven women dancing for joy plummet into a pit as backyard ground collapses from right under them - the birthday party continued after they only suffered minor scrapes

These seven dancing ladies are fortunate to have only escaped with only minor scrapes after they fell into a pit in the backyard of a home in the northeastern Brazilian city of Alagoinhas. Footage of the frightening accident shows the women forming a small circle with their arms wrapped around each other as they danced to a song at a birthday party Saturday.  The concrete pavement suddenly cracked and sent them crashing into a hole.

  

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