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Miley Cyrus' new video for 'Adore You' drops on Thursday and, if the teaser is anything to go by, it's as controversial as ever

Miley Cyrus: 'Adore You' teaser video clip posted on Instagram

The pop star is back on usual controversial form in her latest music video

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British Airways plane "crashes" into building at Johannesburg airport

The wing of the aircraft wedged into the top of a building next to the runway

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Northampton Town part company with Aidy Boothroyd following 4-1 defeat to Wycombe

Boothroyd spent over two years with the Cobblers but leaves them bottom of the Football League

Crazy Cafe at Chessington World of Adventures where a large blaze has gutted the inside of the building

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The Chessington World of Adventures theme park has been forced to close after a major fire in an on site cafe.

That awkward moment when… You accidently confuse a real-life, living person with the Hollywood chap 20 years his junior that played him in a movie once.

Billboard confuses Nelson Mandela for Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman

New Delhi cloth merchant Chandrashekhar, who paid for the board out of his own pocket, said he didn’t know how the problem occurred

Liverpool's Luis Suarez

Premier League accused of 'bullying' 101 Great Goals website after Twitter removes posts

The website catalogues football video content from around the internet

Look who's back: Simon Cowell has new plans for The X Factor 2014

Simon Cowell announces plans to shake-up rules on The X Factor

The judge announced a change to the format as ratings continue to slum

Jenson Button celebrates his title in 2009 when Brawn got to grips first with changed regulations. This year will be similar, he says, with drivers having to learn new techniques

F1: Regulation changes may turn Formula One 2014 into Wacky Races

Nico Rosberg blowout makes him first victim of rules that could tip F1 on its head for drivers

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F1: Nico Rosberg in need of 'toilet paper' after suffering blow out at 200mph

The Mercedes driver tweets following incident during Pirelli tyre test

Dashed hopes: Justin Bieber was 'just messing around' and will not be retiring

Justin Bieber isn't retiring from music after all

All celebrations must now end as the 'Boyfriend' singer is here to stay

Graeme Swann has apologised for comments he made that drew heavy criticism from rape charities

Ashes 2013-14: England spinner Graeme Swann issues apology for his 'crass and thoughtless' comments comparing defeat in Perth to rape

Swann commented on his brother's Facebook page but has since apologised on his remark via his Twitter account

Nasa orders three emergency spacewalks to repair the ISS

A failure in the coolant system last Wednesday led to the shutting down of all nonessential systems, though Nasa reports the astronauts are safe and comfortable

World’s biggest technology companies call on President Obama to reform NSA’s surveillance operations

CEOs express concern that wide-ranging activities have undermined the trust of their users

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