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A predatory paedophile who changed his name to Michael Jackson has been jailed indefinitely for the ‘truly horrific’ abduction and sexual assault of a 10-year-old boy.

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Stars including Geri Halliwell will tread the boards in the West End to raise money for Children In Need.

Katherine Jackson said she was in Arizona on doctor's orders

I was unaware I was missing, says Michael Jackson's mother

The mystery of Michael Jackson's mother's disappearance was resolved with the release of court papers that said she was kept from communicating with outsiders while at a resort and was unaware she had been reported missing.

Bad relations: Michael Jackson's will has seen squabbles between his siblings, including Janet and his children Paris, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II

Jackson children custody dispute likely to reach court

In the wake of a family dispute that spilled into the media, the living arrangements and guardianship of Michael Jackson's three children are expected to be determined by an upcoming court hearing.

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Why would a well-known and popular actor, who, some critics might say, has left his glory days behind him, choose to support a team like Aston Villa?

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Jeff Koons: The Painter and the Sculptor, Liebieghaus and Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt

Jeff Koons's kohl-eyed Michael Jackson is at home among the pharaohs in a double bill that shows a magpie artist at his best

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Barack Obama owes his presidency to Michael Jackson, says late singer's brother Jermaine

Barack Obama would not have made it to The White House had it not been for Michael Jackson, according to an emotional testimony from the late singer’s brother.

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