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A man has been found shot dead at the home of Grease star Olivia Newton-John.

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Tennis star Anna Kournikova's mother has been arrested in Florida and charged with child neglect.

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Extreme weather conditions have killed tens of thousands of starfish and left them strewn across a sheltered beach.

Two charged over girl's death in Goa

Two men suspected of involvement in the death of the British teenager Scarlett Keeling in Goa last year have been charged.

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Awesome autumn: 10 fabulous fall foliage spots for leaf peeping

It’s official: summer is over, autumn has begun. But rather than pine for beach barbeques and balmy nights, why not embrace autumn instead?

British woman raped in Thailand

A British woman was raped on the holiday island of Koh Samui, a spokeswoman for the Thai Tourist Police said today.

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