Camber Sands deaths: Five men 'on day trip from London'

Five men who died in the sea at Camber Sands on the hottest day of the year were on a day trip from London, police have said. Three of the men were pulled from the water on Wednesday afternoon, while two more bodies were found later. Although formal identification has not taken place, police believe…

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Hart hails 'special night' as Man City reach group stage

Joe Hart says helping Manchester City reach the group stage of the Champions League on possibly his last appearance for the club was “a special night”. Hart, expected to leave with Claudio Bravo close to signing, was applauded by home supporters throughout the 1-0 second leg win over Steaua Bucharest. “We’ve a top manager and…

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Australia backpacker murder: Man charged over Mia Ayliffe-Chung death

A man has been charged with the murder of British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung at a hostel in Australia. Queensland Police Service earlier named the suspected murderer as 29-year-old Frenchman Smail Ayad. He is also charged with two counts of attempted murder, 12 counts of serious assault and one count of serious animal cruelty. Miss Ayliffe-Chung…

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Accrington knock out Premier League Burnley

Matty Pearson scored a winner late in extra time for League Two’s Accrington as they knocked out Premier League Burnley in the EFL Cup second round. In a first competitive meeting between the two since 1893, fourth-tier Stanley beat a Premier League club for the first time in their history. Pearson drilled home when the…

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Italy earthquake: Search for survivors as death toll tops 160

Thousands of rescuers have searched through the night for survivors following Wednesday’s earthquake in a mountainous area of central Italy. Many people are still believed to be buried under rubble and more than 4,300 rescuers are using heavy lifting equipment and bare hands to find them. More than 160 people have died and at least…

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Box-Office Preview: 'Don't Breathe' Set to Win Late-Summer Weekend

4:30 PM PDT 8/24/2016 by Pamela McClintock Other new offerings include Obama date movie ‘Southside With You,’ ‘Mechanic: Resurrection’ and Roberto Duran biopic ‘Hands of Stone’ while specialty title ‘Hell or High Water’ makes a nationwide push after a successful limited run. The sleepy days of August have arrived at the box office. With the…

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Get campaigning, UKIP's Farage tells Donald Trump rally

Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged Republicans to “get your walking boots on” and drum up support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. He appeared before 15,000 activists in Jackson, Mississippi, being introduced by and sharing the stage with Mr Trump. And he said the party could “beat the pollsters” in the presidential race.…

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Christoph Waltz in Talks to Star in James Cameron's 'Alita: Battle Angel' (Exclusive)

Robert Rodriguez is directing the movie that is being produced by Cameron. Christoph Waltz is in early negotiations to star in Alita: Battle Angel, James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez’s ambitious adaptation of the popular manga graphic novels. Maze Runner actress Rosa Salazar is on board to play the title character of the potential Fox franchise…

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Hart keeps clean sheet as Man City ease to group stage

Joe Hart marked his first start of the season, and possibly his last for Manchester City, with a clean sheet as Pep Guardiola’s side advanced to the Champions League group stage. Keeper Hart, who is expected to leave with Claudio Bravo close to signing, was rarely troubled after being made captain against Steaua Bucharest. Leading…

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Oscar Voters Ponder Nate Parker and 'Birth of a Nation': “I Would Not Go to the Movie”

For two years, the film Academy has been hit with fiery criticism over its all-white Oscar acting nominees. So when Nate Parker‘s The Birth of a Nation premiered to cheers at the Sundance Film Festival in January and sold for a record $ 17.5 million to Fox Searchlight, it looked like a savior Academy voters could…

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