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Lana del Rey 'wishes' she was dead and suggests dying young is 'glamorous'

Blue Jeans singer hates everything about life- the fame, the media and critics

George HW Bush celebrates 90th birthday with parachute jump

The eldest Bush celebrated his 75th, 80th and 85th by skydiving

Teens killed in Deptford balcony fall named as Miguel Ramos and Anastasia Tutik

Students were spotted kissing on the edge of a sixth floor balcony in London

An elephant walks near Thai students at a school in Thailand's Ayutthaya province. A soccer match between the elephants and some students was held as part of a campaign to promote the 2014 World Cup and also to discourage gambling during the competition

World Cup 2014: Thailand's military junta promises every match will be screened for free

Thai junta has launched a "happiness" campaign to win public support after last month's military coup

Parklife festival

Parklife Festival assault: 26-year-old Robert Hart dies after brutal attack 'while protecting girlfriend'

Police appealing for information about 25-year old man believed to be responsible for the deadly attack on Saturday

Donald Sterling's punishment is the most severe ever handed down to a team owner

Defiant Donald Sterling goes on attack against 'despicable' NBA

Sterling vows to block sale of the LA Clippers and will sue the NBA

New Airbus A350 aircraft

Rolls Royce takes £2.6bn hit after Emirates cancels Airbus A350 order

The loss of the contract will result in a £2.6 billion reduction in its order book

Manchester police seize 50 kilos of heroin from hand-made rugs in massive drug haul

Heroin packages were found in hand-made rugs from Pakistan

Bernard Jordan, the 90-year-old war veteran found in Normandy after being reported missing from his care home in Hove, Sussex, waves as he returns to Portsmouth on a Brittany Ferry

D-Day hero Bernard Jordan 'to receive highest honour' for Great Escapade

Bernard Jordan, the war veteran who sneaked out of his care home to attend D-Day commemorations, could be honoured for his "great escapade" in his native Sussex.

Taxpayers will pay thousands of pounds to persuade UK companies to 'switch off' at times of peak demand to avoid mass blackouts

Government to pay for corporate 'switch off' amid blackout fears

Taxpayers will pay thousands of pounds to persuade UK companies to "switch off" at times of peak demand to avoid mass blackouts.

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