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British Airways found a rival Virgin Atlantic plane in the company's new TV advert, “Aviators”

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The new British Airways campaign cost £20 million ($30 million) and was supposed to usher in a new, mistake-free era. But British Airways found a rival Virgin Atlantic plane in the company’s new TV advert, “Aviators”. Luckily an eagle-eyed BA engineer spotted the error during a screening of the film to thousands of staff just a day before its official launch. British Airways’ advertis...

Whitney Houston was nearly ejected from the Delta Airlines flight in Atlanta after refusing to fasten her seatbelt despite being asked by a steward

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Whitney Houston found dead in a LA hotel room, aged 48   Whitney Houston news UPDATE. The star partied heavily the night before her death Whitney Houston death. Bobby Brown broke down in tears during his concert in Mississippi Whitney Houston was allegedly almost thrown off a Delta Airlines flight due to her rude behaviour and refusing to fasten the seatbelt on Wednesday. Whitney Houston, 48, w...

Liam and Noel Gallagher's mother, Peggy, has told her sons to "sort it out themselves" after they became embroiled in a bitter legal battle

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Liam and Noel Gallagher’s mother, Peggy, has told her sons to “sort it out themselves” after they became embroiled in a bitter legal battle. Liam and Noel Gallagher, former Oasis bandmates, worth a cool £63 million ($95 million) combined, have always been more famous for offstage antics than their onstage performances. Noel Gallagher, 44, who left Oasis in 2009, charted the end...

About one million people still remain powerless after five days from the unseasonable and deadly snowstorm that hit Northeast US

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About one million people still remain powerless after five days from the unseasonable and deadly snowstorm that hit Northeast US. Many states were hit with the white stuff over the weekend, fallen trees tangled power lines across the region, sparking widespread outages. The unseasonable snowstorm has been blamed for at least 19 fatalities, mostly due to slippery roads but also from unvented toxic...

Davy Jones, the lead singer of 60’s band The Monkees, has died aged 66

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Davy Jones, the lead singer of 60’s band The Monkees, has died aged 66, his publicist has confirmed. The Monkees, who included musicians Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork, were famous for hits including Daydream Believer and I’m a Believer. The Monkees were an American pop band, assembled in 1966. According to his publicist Deborah Robicheau, Davy Jones died in his sleep at his F...

Davy Jones, the lead singer of the 1960’s group The Monkees, died on Wednesday after suffering a massive heart attack

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A woman from Davy Jones’ staff desperately tried to get help for music icon, the 911 call recording revealed. The woman is heard calling 911 where she pleads for an ambulance to “hurry” – The Monkees singer had suffered a heart attack at his home. The unidentified female then suggests it might be quicker to put the singer into a truck and drive to the hospital. The tape plays the tragic mom...

The Dark Day, as it's become known, took place on May 19, 1780 in New England and Canada

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More than two hundred years ago in parts of North America, a strange event, named Dark Day, turned morning to night. It remains wreathed in mystery – so what caused the Dark Day? Halfway through the morning the sky turns yellow. Animals run for cover and darkness descends, causing people to light candles and start to pray. By lunchtime night has fallen. Is it the end of the world? The Dark...

A British research suggests that self-service checkouts are turning many shoppers into criminals

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A British research suggests that self-service checkouts are turning many shoppers into criminals. The figures were revealed in a study of 4,952 shoppers by money-saving website watchmywallet.co.uk. They paint an alarming picture of just how many shoppers are willing to act dishonestly to save money. Although shoplifting can carry a custodial sentence, very few are handed out. Almost a third of sh...

Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees has died aged 62 after a lengthy battle with cancer

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Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees has died aged 62 after a lengthy battle with cancer, his family said. The announcement was made, it said, with “great sadness”. British-born Robin Gibb’s musical career began when he formed the Bee Gees with his brothers Barry and Maurice in 1958. The group is among the biggest-selling of all time with hits spanning five decades, including Stayin’...

The Bee Gees in 1975

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Robin Gibb was the gaunt Bee Gee, the one with the tombstone teeth and extraordinary voice, a high, plaintive tenor. But Robin Gibb’s voice and song-writing abilities, allied with the musical talents of his twin Maurice and older brother Barry, were to sell more than 220 million Bee Gees records in a career that was to last for nearly half a century. As a song-writing partnership, the Gibb...

CERN scientists reporting at conferences in the UK and Geneva claim the discovery of a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson

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CERN scientists reporting at conferences in the UK and Geneva, Switzerland, claim the discovery of a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson. The particle has been the subject of a 45-year hunt to explain how matter attains its mass. Both of the two Higgs-hunting experiments at the Large Hadron Collider have reached a level of certainty worthy of a “discovery”. More work will be...

One of the women involved in Watergate scandal was Judy Hoback, who was working as a bookkeeper for the committee to re-elect President Nixon in 1972 when she was contacted by Carl Bernstein

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Since 1972, the public attention on Watergate scandal has been centered on all the president’s men, but the story is not without its fair share of female characters. Four women each played a significant role in unraveling the scandal that would ultimately cost Richard Nixon the presidency. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein would pen the series of articles that would expose the White House’s involve...

Lift & Luminate Day & Night Serum goes on sale on April 18 and claims to reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm up skin

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Lift & Luminate No 7 anti-ageing serum from Boots is set to be a sell-out success when it hits England’s stores next week. Priced at £24.95 ($39.5) the Lift & Luminate Day & Night Serum goes on sale on April 18 and claims to reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm up skin. It joins a number of other wrinkle-busting lotions from the high street retailer which have disappeared from...

Graphene can form a clear window to see liquids at higher resolution than was previously possible using transmission electron microscopes

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A new report in Science journal gives details on how carbon-based material graphene can help scientists study liquids more clearly with high-power microscopes. Graphene can form a clear “window” to see liquids at higher resolution than was previously possible using transmission electron microscopes. Liquids had been difficult to view at the same resolution as solids because these micr...

Vast amounts of gas and dust have been detected in the J1120+0641 galaxy (that red dot in green circle) contains the most distant supermassive black hole known to science

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Vast amounts of gas and dust have been detected in the galaxy that contains the most distant supermassive black hole known to science, announced astronomers. The galaxy, called J1120+0641, is so far away, its light has taken more than 13 billion years to reach Earth. Researchers say they were surprised to see so much carbon in the observations. The element is made via nuclear fusion of helium in...

British Chris McManus (left) and Italian Franco Lamolinara have been killed by their captors in Nigeria yesterday when a UK Special Forces rescue operation ended in tragedy

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...other dead hostage”. Chris McManus and Franco Lamolinara had been working on building a bank in the city, the capital of the lawless Kebbi province. In August a Nigerian group calling itself “Al Qaeda in the land beyond the Sahel” claimed responsibility for the kidnap and released the video showing Chris McManus, in a Manchester United shirt, with three men armed with Kalashnikov rifles and a mac...

Comet Lovejoy emerging from the clutches of the Sun spotted by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory

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Scientists have detected thousands of comets plunging into our solar system’s star since the 1980s. With the introduction of technology such as NASA’s sun-watching Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) satellite in 2010 that these close encounters – like Comet Lovejoy’s graze with the Sun last year – have been turned into one of the most exciting sights in astronomy. Now a team of scientis...

Dolly Parton is always grateful to Whitney Houston for making her song popular worldwide

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Dolly Parton explained how Whitney Houston, despite having a spiritual upbringing like hers, didn’t “make sure she was surrounded by the right people, and the right things”. “I’ve always had good and close friends, and a spiritual faith. God will take the wrong people and things out, and teach me to have the right people and the right things,” the singing legend said. “Some people don’t have that...

Spacecrafts could one day navigate through the cosmos using a particular type of dead star as a kind of GPS

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Scientists claim that spacecrafts could one day navigate through the cosmos using a particular type of dead star as a kind of GPS. German scientists are developing a technique that allows for very precise positioning anywhere in space by picking up X-ray signals from pulsars. These dense, burnt-out stars rotate rapidly, sweeping their emission across the cosmos at rates that are so stable they ri...

Nick Buckles, G4S chief executive, will go before MPs to explain why his company was unable to provide the Olympics staff it promised

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Nick Buckles, the chief executive of security firm G4S, will go before MPs later to explain why his company was unable to provide the Olympics staff it promised. Nick Buckles has already apologized after 3,500 extra troops had to be deployed to meet the firm’s shortfall. Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said it was no time for a “witch-hunt” but “contingency plans” were...