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Pick me, pick me! Kim Jong-un the ladies' man besieged by female soldiers in tears as he visits their military unit near the South Korean border

dailymail.co.uk — North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un pictured surrounded by female fans at an artillery unit Visited military base in Kangwon, a province located near the border to South Korea The undated images were released as President Obama is set to land in Seoul tomorrow By Sara Malm Kim Jong-un has yet again proved that he is a hit with the ladies as he is swarmed by a group of female soldiers, all in tears at the prospect of meeting the North Korean leader.

Roberto Cavalli, 73, and his younger girlfriend frolic on the beach in matching prints

dailymail.co.uk — By Fay Strang He has built his empire on collections featuring exotic prints, most notably leopard print. So it was no surprise that Roberto Cavalli, 73, and his girlfriend Lina Nilson - who is in her twenties - decided to wear the print as they frolicked on the beach in Miami on Wednesday.
The Mail sidebar of shame is sometimes equal opportunities. Roberto Cavalli flaunts his curves on the beach: dailym.ai/1iczb6a
And what first attracted you to the millionaire Roberto Cavalli? dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/arti…

Tech CEO Gurbaksh Chahal filmed brutally attacking girlfriend gets community service

dailymail.co.uk — Multi-millionaire Gurbaksh Chahal, 31, charged with 45 felony counts CCTV showed him 'hitting and kicking her 117 times in 30-minutes' Chahal also threatened to kill her 'several times', police say Charges included 'assault with a deadly weapon (not a firearm)' Pleaded guilty to two charges, got community service and probation Entrepreneur Chahal once named America's 'most eligible bachelor' By Sara Malm A multi-millionaire tech-entrepreneur, who was once named one of America's 'most eligible bachelors', has avoided jail time despite allegedly beating and kicking his girlfriend 117 times in a 30 minute attack.

Lost Andy Warhol artworks discovered on 80s floppy disks

dailymail.co.uk — Original works by the pop artist were found on group of old floppy disks They feature Warhol's experiments with computer art from the mid-1980s He had been commissioned by Commodore to promote the Amiga 1000 Video exists of Warhol creating the art, though actual images were lost But researchers eventually tracked the disks down three decades later By John Hall Dozens of original artworks by Andy Warhol have been discovered on decaying floppy disks.

Hilarious texts from tech-troubled parents to their baffled children

dailymail.co.uk — Photos show amusing text messages that parents have sent to children Include a mother who struggles with concept of Google - or 'the google' Also feature father who has sent automatic message eight times in row And one woman tells child their 'great aunt has just passed away LOL' By Sophie Jane Evans They are experts in the arts of patience, multi-tasking and time management.
'You don't run the Google?' Hilarious texts from tech-troubled parents to their baffled children dailym.ai/1f6KEEQ via @MailOnline
RT @ChloeHubbard: Hilarious texts from tech-troubled parents to their baffled children dailym.ai/1f6KEEQ

Meet Eva Carneiro, the Chelsea medic (and Real Madrid fan) who is the busiest doctor in football

dailymail.co.uk — By Sam Cunningham Follow @@samcunningham Who is the woman who came on to help Petr Cech? Chelsea first-team doctor Eva Carneiro. Born in Gibraltar to a Spanish father and English mother, Eva studied medicine at Nottingham University before working in emergency surgery in the Highlands.

Iraq report 'pushed back until after 2015 election'

dailymail.co.uk — Labour said to be alarmed at reminding voters of the Tony Blair's Iraq War Questions raised as to whether Blair, Brown or others have delayed report Chairman Sir John Chilcot last heard witness evidence three years ago By James Chapman A long-delayed report on the Iraq war is unlikely to see the light of day until after the next general election, according to well-placed sources.

9/11 Memorial Museum row as cleric blasts plans for al Qaeda short film

dailymail.co.uk — Sheik Mostafa Elazabawy is the imam of Masjid Manhattan He wrote letter about seven minute documentary to 9/11 Memorial Museum The film refers to terrorists as Islamists who viewed their mission as a jihad By Jill Reilly A film due to be sc reened at the 9/11 Memorial Museum has been blasted by a prominent Muslim cleric who claims it will 'greatly offend' Islam.
Comments about Islam on Daily Mail Online are really really sad and unfortunately the norm, except this guy. dailymail.co.uk/reader-comment…

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: The REAL reason you can't hear a word actors say on TV

dailymail.co.uk — By Christopher Stevens Square eyes are an occupational hazard of the television reviewer. But bruised ears have become another, because I am compelled so often to resort to headphones - without them, I can't decode the dialogue.
RT @guyadams: "Mumbled and slurred in fake Cornish accents apparently mimicked from Captain Pugwash" Chris Stevens on Jamaica Inn dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/arti…
"Mumbled and slurred in fake Cornish accents apparently mimicked from Captain Pugwash" Chris Stevens on Jamaica Inn dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/arti…

Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes should be given chance to boss Manchester United, insists Zinedine Zidane

dailymail.co.uk — Zinedine Zidane insists Ryan Giggs should be given a chance as Manchester United manager because he knows the club better than any other candidate. The Real Madrid legend, who is now assistant coach and sporting director at the Bernabeu, is convinced Giggs would do as good a job as anyone, regardless of managerial experience.
Who I'm I to say NO? >>> Zinedine #Zidane says Ryan #Giggs should be given the Man United job dailym.ai/1mDr4zO via @MailSport

Beyoncé beats Obama, Miley and the Pope to land the cover of Time's '100 Most Influential People'

dailymail.co.uk — By Lydia Warren Beyonce has landed the cover of Time magazine's annual '100 Most Influential People in the World'. The pop queen beat other names on the list - from President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Vladimir Putin, Pope Francis and Miley Cyrus - to feature on the coveted cover.

SIMON LAMBERT: Why would you pay a High Street estate agent to sell your home?

dailymail.co.uk — By Simon Lambert Why would you pay a high street estate agent? Considering the moans about them and how easy it now is to be a DIY seller, it's astonishing so many people still do. Opt for a high street agent and they will typically charge you about 1.8% including VAT.
RT @thisismoney: SIMON LAMBERT: Why would you pay a High Street estate agent to sell your home? ow.ly/2FZiP0
Why would you pay an estate agent to sell your home? thisismoney.co.uk/money/comment/… My view on our online vs High St debate - and why I paid one.

Star of Ukip advert suspended for calling Miliband 'not British', attacking 'evil' Islam and saying Africans should 'kill themselves'

dailymail.co.uk — Andre Lampitt posed in a builder's hat in party political broadcast But Ukip seemed unaware of a series of shocking comments on Twitter The Zimbabwean also branded the Prophet Mohammed a paedophile Ukip announces it has suspended his membership pending investigation By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor A star of a new advert for the UK Independence Party was suspended tonight for expressing 'repellent' racist and anti-Islamic views on social media.
Assume this pic was taken before Farage was told about that nice chap in the builder's hat dailym.ai/1jVTBOl pic.twitter.com/Z1DktXrtdX

'Guns everywhere': Georgia lawmakers expand concealed-carry rights to churches, bars, airports and government building -- but not the state capitol

dailymail.co.uk — Georgia's governor signed a law allowing pre-screened permit holders to carry concealed guns in more places Bars, many churches, most government buildings and unsecured sections of airports are included Legislators exempted the state capitol where they work, keeping that a gun-free zone Second Amendment activists insist they'll get 'all our rights back' one day, while gun-control supporters say it makes Georgia a 'laughingstock' More than 500,000 Georgians - 5 per cent of adults - have had the court-supervised background check required to get a concealed-carry permit By David Martosko, U.s.
'Guns everywhere': Georgia lawmakers expand concealed-carry rights to churches, bars, airports ... dailym.ai/1mDV66p

People who have been to university are SEVEN times more likely to recover from a brain injury

dailymail.co.uk — Well-educated people have greater 'cognitive reserve', say U.S researchers This basically means the brain's 'muscles' are stronger and their brains are better able to function in spite of injury This means they're less likely to be permanently disabled after brain injury By Emma Innes People who have been to university are better able to recover from traumatic brain injuries, new research suggests.
Study claims people who went to college are 7x more likely to recover from a brain injury ow.ly/w7GCi
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