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Fan falls through bus stop in London celebrating England’s World Cup quarter-final win over Sweden

Fan falls through bus stop in London celebrating England’s World Cup quarter-final win over Sweden

Sports
TIMBER! Try not to laugh too hard watching this chap take an unfortunate tumble literally through a bus stop in London However you choose to celebrate England reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup, please do so in a responsible manner. Gareth Southgate’s men are guaranteed to equal their best ever World Cup finish since 1990, after victory over Sweden on Saturday secured their place in the last four in Russia. England will play their first World Cup semi-final since 1990 where they will face the winners of the Russia v Croatia game Goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli sent Sweden packing in Samara in a what was an emphatic performance. While the majority of English fans at home are celebrating by drenching themselves in over-price...
Kelly Brook puts teeny bikini through its paces with cataclysmic cleavage

Kelly Brook puts teeny bikini through its paces with cataclysmic cleavage

Entertainment
CELEBRITY MEDIACLOSE CALL: Kelly Brook's assets were barely containedThe British stunner has been snapped spilling out of her top during her romantic break to Thailand.Joined by boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, Kelly, 38, looked hotter than ever as she relaxed by her hotel pool.Staying at the luxurious Trisara Resort in Phuket, the loved-up couple appeared happier than ever as as they topped up their tan.Alas, Kelly's tiny bikini looked to be struggling to protect her modesty.CELEBRITY MEDIAPERKY: Kelly Brook shows off her killer bootyKelly Brook pictures  Kelly Brook flaunts her curvy figure and loves to put her busty assets on show at all times Kelly Brook/Instagram Kelly Brook's colossal cleavage explodes out of bikini in sinful snap CELEBRITY MEDIALOVED UP: Kell...
I Just Finished Whole30 and Lived to Tell the Tale—Here’s How I Made It Through

I Just Finished Whole30 and Lived to Tell the Tale—Here’s How I Made It Through

Health
Diets have never interested me. As a teenager, I found it absurd that some of my classmates were so concerned with what they ate. They would talk about the new weight-loss plans they were trying or their pledges to eat more of this and less of that. I listened but stayed silent and ate whatever I pleased.Up until this past January, I was still anti-diet. I tried eating more veggies and lean protein during the week, but I never counted calories or vowed to cut dairy from my life completely, for example, as friends did. Yet after writing an article about actress Busy Philipps' positive experience doing a plan called Whole30, I became intrigued.RELATED: The Ketogenic Diet Might Be the Next Big Weight Loss Trend, But Should You Try It?Two friends and I discussed the article...
Watch: Hubble video offers 3D tour through the Orion Nebula

Watch: Hubble video offers 3D tour through the Orion Nebula

Science
Jan. 19 (UPI) -- Want to take a virtual ride through the Orion Nebula? Hubble has the ticket.Scientists at Hubble used visible and infrared light data to create a 3D journey through the famed nebula. Visible light observations were captured by the Hubble Space Telescope and infrared data was observed by the Spitzer Space Telescope.Scientists first combined the two datasets to create 2D images and then converted the images into a 3D video."As the camera flies into the star-forming region, the sequence cross-fades back and forth between the visible and infrared views," scientists wrote in the video's caption. "The glowing gaseous landscape has been illuminated and carved by the high energy radiation and strong stellar winds from the massive hot stars in the central cluster."Infrared data, wh...
Investors are set on riding the equity rally all the way through to Christmas

Investors are set on riding the equity rally all the way through to Christmas

Finance
With 41 days to go, it seems Christmas has come early this year for many investors.The returns in 2017, at least for equity investors, are staggering. The DAX is higher by some 16 percent since the start of the year; the S&P 500 has rallied 15 percent with both markets hitting record after record; and previously unloved emerging markets like Brazil have spiked 20 percent.Driving this is what many call a "sweet spot" for investors: a backdrop of solid growth, low inflation, strong corporate earnings and continuously supportive monetary policy from central banks, despite efforts to gradually tighten stimulus.On top of that, we are still expecting U.S. President Donald Trump's tax reform to be passed before year-end, which could give another fillip to risky assets, when eventually approve...