Arts and Entertainment

Untitled by Åsa Johannesson from her Looking Out, Looking in series

The beautiful faces in this series of arresting photographs belong to people who are neither male nor female.

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In this image made from video, mourners carry a coffin during the burial of Rehan Kurdi and her sons Aylan, 3, and Galip, 5, after they drowned during a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece, in their hometown of Kobani, the Syrian Kurdish region they fled, on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015.

Aylan Kurdi has been laid to rest in his war-torn home of Kobani alongside his brother and mother as his death continues to send shockwaves through the world.

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David Cameron finally broke his silence on the Syrian refugee crisis after pictures of the dead Syrian refugee boy Aylan Kurdi emerged on Wednesday

More than 66,000 people have signed up to march through London to demand “positive change” in Britain’s stance towards refugees.

Arts and Entertainment

Emily Browning attends the UK Premiere of 'Legend' at Odeon Leicester Square

While Legend may focus on Tom Hardy’s Kray twins, Ronnie and Reggie, the real driving force behind the film is Frances Shea, Reggie’s wife, played by Emily Browning.

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A day after a court clerk was jailed for refusing to issue same sex wedding permits, officials in Kentucky processed a marriage licence for a gay couple.

Sport

Better late than never - it's either this or some more stuff about England's game with San Marino.

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The thieves used a heavy duty drill to bore huge holes into the concrete vault wall

Four men have admitted plotting an audacious heist in London's jewellery quarter that saw £10 million of jewels and valuables disappear.

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Actor James Franco attends the 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' press conference in Berlin

It is hard now to conceive of the opening of a major film festival without James Franco appearing in at least one film. He is arguably the hardest- working actor in showbusiness. And when the Toronto Film Festival opens next week, the actor will be hoping that the talk will be centred once again on his Renaissance-man qualities and not the scandal that rocked Hollywood last year.

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Migrants protest outside a train that they are refusing to leave for fear of being taken to a refugee camp in Bicske, near Budapest, on 4 September

Almost 2,000 people are preparing to drive more than 300 miles to take refugees stranded in Hungary to Vienna in a huge convoy of cars, taxis and buses.

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Co-operative Group enjoyed a festive sales boost thanks to its smaller convenience stores

The new board of the Co-operative Group are well aware they must meet higher standards than the typical boardroom if they are to win back the public’s trust, according to its chairman.

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A police officer stands guard at Sacramento City College following the fatal shooting

A manhunt is underway after a gunman opened fire on-campus at Sacramento City College.

Student

Students renting their first property are vulnerable as landlords unfairly withhold deposits, do not carrying out repairs, and enter properties without notice, according to a new poll.

Sport

XFM presenter Elis James celebrates Wales's victory over Cyprus

An XFM radio presenter has summed up the general feeling surrounding Welsh football after turning down a BBC interview because he was getting "s***faced" in celebrating the victory over Cyprus.

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David De Gea shares a joke with fellow Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas while on international duty

Spain's television companies had their camera focused on David De Gea during the national team's training session on Thursday.

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Pedro speaks at his Barcelona press conference today

Pedro has hit out at Louis van Gaal over his treatment of Manchester United's outcast goalkeeper Victor Valdes.

Arts and Entertainment

Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight of the American electronic music duo Odesza perform on day three of the Coachella Music Festival

Seattle is perhaps not the most obvious place for a band like Odesza to form, but being the only two fans of electronic music at a small liberal-arts university in a city forever associated with rock and grunge meant that Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight bonded over beats per minute and loops while everyone else around was interested in guitars.

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Bob Geldof

Bob Geldof has offered to take four refugee families into his London homes “immediately” as he reacted angrily to the inaction over the devastating refugee crisis.

Student

The mirror can be more foe than friend for us all on some days, and one group of young pupils has been racking-up support after covering up the mirrors in their high school bathroom – and adorning them with positive body-image messages instead.

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Nigeria’s president has declared a personal fortune of just $150,000 (£98,400) - despite holding several top positions in the country’s government.

Student

You come home after a long day of lectures and seminars, open the fridge to make a snack but, alas, your food’s disappeared. Sound all too familiar?