'Dad, are you ok?' Girl, 16, pulls over to help cop struck down in a hit-and-run – only to discover the policeman is her father
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Sgt. Kerstan Tatro pulled over Amy Giorgio, 30, for speeding in Gulf Breeze, Florida, but when he asked her to do a sobriety test, she suddenly sped off, throwing him from the car.

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Ghostly ocean-floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes makes eerie memorial for WWII attack on Japanese Pacific base
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More than 40 Japanese ships and 250 aircraft have their final resting place at the bottom of the Truk Lagoon, 1,118miles from Micronesia, making it the largest of its kind.

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Is this the proof that Russia shot down flight MH17? New documentary claims plane was hit by Buk surface-to-air missile launcher operated by 53rd Russian Air Defence Brigade 
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Searching For The Truth, a documentary produced by CORRECT!V, offers fresh testimonies from military experts and residents of East Ukraine to produce a compelling account of the events of July 17 last year.

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Three million people prepare to march through Paris after terror attacks
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British Prime Minister David Cameron is one of approximately 40 world leaders scheduled to take part in the spectacular solidarity march in the French capital.

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Amedy Coulibaly admits link to Charlie Hebdo killers in ISIS suicide video
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In the video, which is more than seven minutes long, Amedy Coulibaly, 32, confirms his links to brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, saying ‘we did some things together, some separately’.

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'Prisons are not working' says ex-con who has 58 convictions and spent 32 years in some of the toughest jails with infamous murderers 
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Exclusive: Career criminal Noel ‘Razor’ Smith, who has 58 convictions and spent 32 years in 34 different jails believes the current prison system is failing.

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Energy firms face being forced by law to cut electricity and gas bills in line with falling wholesale price, under new Labour plan
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Ed Miliband will stage a vote in Parliament this week on fast-track legislation to give energy regulator Ofgem new powers to force companies to pass on reductions in oil and gas prices.

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Micro-pig pet is now the size of a polar bear
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Esther lives with two dogs and a cat (Picture: SWNS) A couple who bought a micro-pig as their pint-sized family pet are now looking after a 670 pound giant. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter adopted Esther thinking she would only grow to around 70 pounds. But Esther has not stopped growing and is now heavier than a […]

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Dog confused by squeaky toy
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Sometimes life is confusing. One moment you’re playing with a toy and the next a bizarre squeaking sound comes out of no where. That’s the dilemma Walter is faced with, anyway. Watch the Golden Lab bound through the snow with his squeaky toy – only to freeze in confusion whenever it makes a noise. The video description […]

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This children’s song about genitals is going viral for some reason
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A strange, yet infuriatingly catchy video is quickly becoming a viral hit in Sweden and around the rest of the world. However it is usually on the second or third viewing that non-Swedish viewers realise they are listening to a song which teaches children about penises and vaginas. Some of the lyrics translate as ‘Here comes […]

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Tony Blair's business empire lavishes £57million on 'incredible' expenses
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Mr Blair’s business empire has boomed since he left office – and since 2010 has managed to run up an ‘incredible’ salary and expenses bill equivalent to £350,000 a year for each of his staff.

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Thousands still without power after twin Atlantic storms
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Engineers are battling snow to restore power to thousands of homes left without it for three days after powerful storms hit the north of the UK, damaging buildings and disrupting transport.

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Police stopped watching Paris killers six months ago after terror cell of kosher deli attacker and his crossbow jihadi wife – who has fled to Syria – were deemed 'low-risk'
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Hayat Boumeddiene, the widow of one of the gunmen who massacred 17 civilians in the French capital – is now thought to be with her murderous Islamic State

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