The Duchess of Sussex has been rushed out of a market following a security scare. Meghan, 37, was at the marketplace in Suva, the Fijian capital, to meet female stall holders involved with the UN Women's project 'Markets for Change' before she was promptly whisked away by security (left). The planned 20-minute tour was cut short, with the Duchess spending just six minutes in the market before she was moved along. The swift change in schedule was put down to a 'security risk', with Kensington Palace blaming massive crowds. However, onlookers were disappointed at the mother-to-be's exit as onlookers described the crowd as well behaved and friendly.
'All we could see was pools and pools of blood': Florida man, 29, falls to his death on a cruise ship to the Bahamas during his OWN bachelor party
Christopher McGrory (pictured) was celebrating his upcoming December wedding on Friday night with his bachelor party on Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Grand Classica ship. The boat was 13 miles from the Port of Palm Beach, where it took off, when US Coast Guard was called. One passenger said she believes McGrory fell from 'either the 10th or 11th deck'. McGrory was due to marry his fiancee Jessica Arnett (pictured together inset) on December 1 in Florida. The boat was 13 miles east of the port when the US Coast Guard received a call for help around 8pm and arrived with a crew from the Riviera Beach Fire-Rescue. McGrory was brought to shore and taken to St Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, where he was pronounced dead. Marcia Lehmann, a passenger on the ship, said she saw ‘pools and pools of blood’ following the horrific accident.
This is payback! NBC takes a swipe at its own 'unpopular' $69million host Megyn Kelly by covering her groveling apology for controversial blackface comments
NBC News posted an article about Kelly's controversy on the front page of its website on Tuesday. The article included an apology note that Kelly had emailed to her fellow NBC colleagues. Kelly was criticized after defending white people doing blackface for Halloween. NBC's decision to cover their highest-paid host's scandal would surprise some. But Kelly, who received a $69million three-year contract from NBC, has been flailing in the ratings. And she has been plagued by scandals both from her show and behind the scenes of it.
'Kiss his f**king feet': Three teens are arrested after extremely disturbing Facebook video shows them threatening a boy with a GUN and then punching him
Police in Independence, Missouri took three juveniles into custody on Tuesday afternoon, according to WDAF-TV. One of the teens has been identified as Alexander Schader (inset), 17. The group of teens is being questioned in connection to a disturbing video circulated on social media. The video shows a young boy surrounded by a group of teens in a residential area. The boy is seen bent on his knees while another boy who appears to be slightly older is gesturing toward him in a threatening manner (left). Another teen then enters the frame. He holds a pistol against the kid’s head (right).
Canadian rapper, 34, dies after plunging from the wing of an airplane while filming a daring stunt for an upcoming music video
A Canadian rapper has died after falling from the wing of an airplane while filming a daring stunt for a new music video. Jon James McMurray, 34, plunged to his death in British Columbia on Saturday. The rapper, who goes by Jon James, was performing the stunt on the wing of the small Cessna when the plane suddenly went into a downward spiral. He was wearing a parachute at the time but didn't have time to pull it because he held onto the wing of the plane for too long as it spiraled down. By the time he let go he was too close to the ground and died on impact. Jon, who was originally from Calgary, was married to 26-year-old Playboy model Kali James.
Democrats' Florida governor candidate soars ahead in polls - but is hit by neo-Nazi group's racist robocalls and revelations he got Broadway tickets in an FBI sting
Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for the Florida governorship, holds a 6-point lead in the latest Quinnipiac University poll, but faces new obstacles with revelations he accepted 'Hamilton' tickets from an undercover FBI agent conducting a sting. He is also getting hit by a racist robo-call ad includes a minstrel impersonation and calls him a 'negro.' Gillum would be the first black governor of Florida if elected
'An unknown male entered the residence uninvited and sat down mumbling incoherently': Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly is arrested for trespassing and could face up to four years in prison
Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly was arrested for trespassing after a bizarre incident in Englewood, Colorado in which the 24-year old was allegedly chased out of someone's home before eventually being apprehended by police. Kelly, who is the nephew of Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly, was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with first-degree criminal trespassing before being booked at the Arapahoe County Jail at around 1:17 a.m. He allegedly entered the home, sat on the couch and began ‘mumbling incoherently,’ according to the police report. Typically Tuesday is an off day for NFL teams, which could explain why Kelly was out late on a weeknight. Englewood police were called to a local home because a male figure was seen standing outside the residence, according to the news release. While responding to the call, the officers were told that the man, believed to be Kelly, somehow entered the home. The man was chased out of the home by the resident, and police eventually located Kelly, who matched the description, sitting in a black SUV near a local theater. He has since posted a $2,500 bond and was scheduled to have a court appearance on Wednesday morning. First-degree criminal trespass is a Class 5 felony in Colorado, and can be punished by 1-4 years imprisonment and/or a fine between $1,000 and $100,000.
Migrant caravan pauses for a day to honor man who died falling off of an overloaded truck in desperate journey to get to the US
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The man, who has not been named, died in Tapachula, Mexico, on Monday after hitching a ride on a truck with countless others who have been walking for more than 10 days. He fell onto the highway and was seen lying under a sheet until his body was removed afterwards. It is not known if he died by hitting his head on impact or if he was struck by another vehicle. Police in Tapacula have warned residents, who poured into the streets to offer the Honduran and Guatemalan migrants water and supplies, not to let too many ride on their vehicles because it is so dangerous.
Young parents are executed in front of their three-month-old baby: Small town put on lockdown after hooded shooter 'targeted' and gunned down couple outside their home
A couple in the small town of Sodus in upstate New York were brutally gunned down in a targeted hit on the street in their hometown on Monday, while their baby sat in their car. Joshua Niles, 28, and Amber Washburn, 24 (together left, Amber right) were on their home's street (inset) in the small neighborhood outside of Rochester on Monday at 2pm when someone wearing a hood shot Joshua. He crumbled under the car. Next, the suspect shot Amber who was still inside the vehicle. After the horrific slaying the individual, who is still at large, fired several more rounds into Joshua, before fleeing off on foot.
Dazzling duchess! Kate glitters in Diana's diamond tiara as she and William join the Queen for a lavish state banquet held in honour of the visiting Dutch royals
The Duchess of Cambridge glittered in a diamond tiara that once belonged to Princess Diana as she arrived for a state banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night. Kate (left), 36, joined husband Prince William (inset with Theresa May), 36, and other senior royals for the lavish dinner which is being held to mark the State Visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. Rightt, the Dutch royals pose for a photo with the Queen, 92, Prince Charles, 69, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 70.
Royally tropical! Meghan wears a vibrant pink dress and Harry slips into a blue Hawaiian shirt as they speak at university in Fiji (after the pregnant duchess skipped prince's visit to war memorial)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got into the island spirit in brightly-coloured outfits as they embarked on a morning of engagements in Fiji (left). The couple arrived at the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva, to mark the university's 50th anniversary. Meghan, 37, was wearing a bright blue and pink tiered silk Figue Frederica printed ruffle dress, while Harry was in a blue tropical print shirt. The royals were greeted by pipe playing musicians and cheering crowds as they walked up the red carpet, with the Duchess mobbed by young fans (right).
Antifa protester is fired from his job after being filmed harassing '9/11 widow' and saying her dead NYPD husband deserved to 'rot in the grave'
Steve Wilson was caught on camera cursing at the woman and telling her that her husband deserved to 'rot in the grave' at the Patriot Prayer protest in Portland on October 13. He started by calling her a 'snarky f****** little idiot' because she was standing in front of him and he thought she was blocking him from walking across the street. When the woman told him her husband died in 9/11, he said: 'Good for him.'
Arizona boy, 6, receives an outpouring of support after he was left to celebrate his birthday alone when NONE of his classmates showed up to his party
Teddy Mazzini invited 32 of his kindergarten classmates to celebrate his birthday at a Peter Piper Pizza restaurant in Tucson, Arizona, on Sunday afternoon - but no one showed up. Teddy's mother Sil Mazzini (together right) shared a sad photo of the lonely birthday boy with a local news reporter who posted it on Facebook, inviting the community to send their best wishes. The photo quickly caught the attention of the Phoenix Suns NBA team and Phoenix Rising MLS team, which both invited Teddy to celebrate his big day at their upcoming games (inset).
Hero judge leaps from the bench and CHASES two defendants who ran from the courtroom out into the street still wearing handcuffs
Two inmates tried to run from a Lewis County, in a Washington State courtroom. But they probably didn't expect the judge to chase them! Take a look at the attempted escape caught on camera. Kodey Howard, 28, and Tanner Jacobson, 22, did not expect the judge to chase them. The pair ran down the halls in handcuffs with Judge Buzzard close behind. The judge was able to grab Howard at the exit door while deputies grabbed Jacobson a few blocks away.
'It was like a scene from the apocalypse': Dozens of people are injured as escalator at Italian underground station SPEEDS out-of-control sending passengers hurtling into each other at the bottom
An escalator (pictured left and top right) at a metro station in Rome ran out of control this evening sending dozens of commuters hurtling into each other at terrifying speed. The incident at the Repubblica underground station was filmed and posted on social media today ahead of this evening's Champions League clash in the Italian capital. The station was overrun with CSKA Moscow fans as they headed to the Stadio Olimpico for the Russian team's match against Roma this evening. Local media reports claim the escalator malfunctioned after Russian fans were seen 'jumping on it'. Twenty people have been reported injured (one pictured bottom right), mainly Russian but some Italian, with one fan at risk of losing his foot.
A VERY expensive fixer upper! San Francisco's SMALLEST home at just 460 sq ft hits the market for a whopping $650,000 and it comes with pink walls, green tiles and is in need of a LOT of TLC
A quaint 480-square-foot cottage in San Francisco is selling for just $650,000 - making it both the smallest and cheapest home in the country's most expensive city. The small Visitacion Valley abode - with its run-down pink walls - is in for a serious makeover and the 2,500 square-foot-lot that it sits on leaves ample room for renovations. 'There aren't many homes in San Francisco listed at this price,' listing agent, Linda Ngo of Compass Real Estate. 'You just have to be willing to put in some elbow grease.'
EXCLUSIVE: 'For years I had no sexual confidence, for years I was lonely.' How Tom Hanks was saved by wife Rita Wilson who freed him so much he's now an exhibitionist who likes to 'walk out on hotel room patios naked'
Author Gavin Edwards gives insight into the low-key actor's private life in The World According to Tom Hanks. Hanks' family moved seven times in eight years leaving a lonely young Tom until he reached out and became a born-again Christian at age 14. He fell in love with Susan Dillingham, known by her stage name, Samantha Lewes, and they married in 1978. The couple moved to a cockroach infested walk-up apartment in Manhattan where the young actor had no luck getting work in TV, commercials or soaps. He met Rita when she was a guest actress on the set of TV hit Bosom Buddies.'Rita and I looked at each other and -ka-boing-that was that', Hanks said. Filming Philadelphia helped him break through his own homophobia, attributed to his being hit on by guys as a young actor in New York. Hanks and Spanish actor Antonio Banderas filmed an embracing love scene with the camera panning over their bodies that ended up on the cutting room floor. 'After five or six takes, Banderas told Hanks, 'Look, you know I can feel you. I know you are being tentative Just do whatever you want to do because we know who we are', writes the author.
Trump calls aftermath of Jamal Khashoggi's murder 'the worst cover-up in the history of cover-ups' but says he will let Congress decide on whether to sanction Saudi Arabia
President Donald Trump has blasted the Saudi cover-story for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi as 'one of the worst' coverups in history. Earlier, Vice President Mike Pence said that the death of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi 'will not go without an American response' and that the CIA director was in Turkey to review evidence in the case. Pence declined to discuss what punitive action the U.S. might take in response to the death of the Washington Post columnist and critic of the Saudi kingdom, who died Oct. 2 at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Pence said Gina Haspel (inset), the CIA director, would brief him and Trump when she returned from Turkey, where she flew Monday. Pence spoke in Washington at an event hosted by The Washington Post, where Khashoggi was a columnist.
Movie night! Melania settles down in the White House theater with Betsy DeVos to watch Wonder with students as part of her Be Best campaign
Melania Trump hosted sixth graders at the White House family theater Tuesday. They screened the anti-bullying movie 'Wonder' as part of her 'Be Best' initiative. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was also in attendance as the sixth grade student from Washington DC's Digital Pioneers Academy piled in for the film. Kindness is a core belief of the campaign, which focuses on social media and online behavior.
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From a colourful sunset over a Danish lake to a stream of plasma erupting from the sun: Winners of 2018 astronomy photograph of the year contest are revealed
Photographer Brad Goldpaint's image taken in Moab, Utah, takes pride of place in the exhibition of winning photographs opening at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. He has beaten thousands of amateur and professional photographers from around the globe to take the top prize. he judges were captivated by Mr Goldpaint’s awe-inspiring image - taken in Moab, Utah - which depicts a majestic composition of immense red rock formations with the glorious Milky Way looming overhead on the right, and the Andromeda galaxy on the left.
'It's the heart and the humility that make you a great person': El Chapo's wife, 29, gushes over the drug lord, 61, as she runs an Instagram account for him which already has 25K followers
The wife of Mexican drug lord El Chapo is currently running an Instagram account under his name, joaquinguzman, and it has already reeled in a whopping 25.3k followers. Former beauty queen Emma Coronel has been sharing photos of her man on the page that she set up in August. Over the weekend, she posted a snapshot of her husband wearing a suit at what appears to be a formal ceremony. In the caption, she said in Spanish: 'It is not the height, nor the weight, nor the muscles, nor the beauty that make you a great person. It is the heart and the humility. #elchapo'
The terrifying reality of Black Hawk Down: Survivor shares unseen photo of the battle and relives the moment Medal of Honor-winning snipers were sent to their deaths for new book on 25th anniversary
Military historian Leigh Nevile has tracked down survivors of the battle who have shared their experiences and an unseen photo from the air (main image) of the hellish 18 hour battle which led to the deaths of 18 American troops and hundreds of Somali fighters. A routine mission in October 1993 to seize two lieutenants of a Somali warlord went disastrously wrong when two of the Special Forces' Black Hawk helicopters were shot down. Top and bottom left: Snipers Master Sergeant Gary Gordon and Sergeant First Class Randy Shughart who were killed during the battle. Main: The crew of one of the black hawk helicopters during the mission. Inset right: The downed helicopter 'Super 64'.
Vintage World War II plane crashes and bursts into flames on one of LA's busiest freeways but miraculously NOBODY is hurt
A small vintage plane crash-landed on lanes of the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles on Tuesday, bursting into flames. The pilot was left standing the middle of the freeway looking at the remains of his plane. Incredibly he walked away uninjured and managed to avoid hitting any vehicles on the ground. The crash snarled traffic about 30 miles west of downtown Los Angeles
Is he right side up or upside down? The mind bending moment a diver appears to go for a stroll on the ocean floor
Bizarre footage has emerged of a diver appearing to walk underwater, prompting the question: Is he walking right side up or upside down? The video shows a man taking what looks to be a slow stroll on the ocean floor in Venezuela. At first glance, the goggle-clad man appears to be the right way up as he walks across a rock face at the bottom of the ocean. The man is filmed repeatedly jumping over an underwater river as he continues to make his way along the rocky surface.
They’ve watered down feral Freddie Mercury - the reckless hedonist - into a cup of milky tea: JAN MOIR gets a first look at the new Queen biopic
JAN MOIR: After eight years of delays, several different directors, strops, rows and – uh oh! – artistic differences, Bohemian Rhapsody finally staggered out of the shadows and on to the silver screen last night. And was this biopic of rock band Queen worth the wait? Not quite. Not really. Not unless you prefer a watered-down, milky tea version of the great Freddie Mercury; here portrayed as a mild-mannered occasional bisexual who was happiest with his cats and his soft furnishings. Left: Freddie Mercury performing on stage with Queen at Wembley Stadium during Live Aid on July 13th 1985 and right, Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in a scene from the new film about the band. Top right: a picture Brian May took of Freddie as he was performing. Bottom right: Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury. Far right (top) John Deacon and Roger Taylor of Queen. Far right (bottom) Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury (centre) and Joseph Mazzello as John Deacon.
The biggest feline you'll ever find: NASA reveals stunning image of newborn stars in the cat's paw nebula
It's the biggest footprint you're ever likely to see.This image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the Cat's Paw Nebula, named for the large, round features that create the impression of a feline footprint. The nebula is a star-forming region in the Milky Way galaxy, located in the constellation Scorpius. Estimates of its distance from Earth range from about 4,200 to about 5,500 light-years.
Harrowing moment a window washer is rescued after dangling from a nine-story building in California when his scaffolding broke
The man was washing windows on a nine-story building in Santa Ana Tuesday when the engine on the his scaffolding broke and left him dangling in the air. The unnamed man was spotted hanging by a safety rope at the seventh floor. Video shows the heroic rescue by firefighters who brought him down to safety.
Jilted man is caught on camera beating his ex-girlfriend inside a gym in a sickening attack after she refuses to resume their 10-year relationship
Jaime Antonio Mesa (standing over victim on left; standing to the left on right) confronted his ex-girlfriend of 10 years in Colombia and violently attacked her after she refused to resume the relationship which finally fractured for good five months ago. The incident took place at a fitness center last Friday in the city of Segovia and was recorded by the gym's surveillance system. Mesa, who had harassed his ex-partner, flew into a rage while the former couple was having a conversation. He punched her and then threw her to the ground where he continued to hit her. Mesa kicked the victim's head and flung her to the ground during an ensuing struggle before managing to leave the scene. Cops are still searching his whereabouts while his ex-girlfriend remains hospitalized.
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Pumpkin smasher is identified and forced to apologize to kids after angry dad posted surveillance video of the heartless jack-o'-lantern vandalism
Father Chris Leiszler said on Monday that he'd identified the man (left) who smashed the pumpkins outside his home in Lawrence, Kansas as a fraternity member at the University of Kansas. Leiszler was out for dinner with his family on Thursday when he and his wife got simultaneous alerts from their home security camera, showing the heartless vandal smashing the pumpkins that his sons (right) ages six and nine had carved. 'We saw it happen in real time, and there wasn't a thing we could do about it,' he said. 'We were obviously fuming mad, so we just ended our fun evening then and there.'
Nicholas Ortiz, 25, climbed down a four-level parking garage in his hometown of Denver, Colorado - and he didn't use the stairs or an elevator. As another courageous friend was hanging on the side of the building - presumably to record video on a cell phone - Ortiz jumped down from each level. He managed to skip down each level using his hands to hold onto the side of the building. Ortiz used his feet to break his fall on the way down and then quickly grab onto the ledge. The entire ordeal was over in a few seconds. Most people think I’m chasing adrenaline, but it doesn’t feel that way,' Ortiz said.
‘Flaunt your wealth challenge’ hits China with people falling out of cars with luxury goods – as one woman is fined for illegal parking as she posed in the middle of a road
The 'flaunt your wealth challenge' has sparked more than a million posts on Weibo, China's equivalent of Facebook, with social media users splayed amid shoes and even bundles of cash. The trend began in Russia as the #fallingstars challenge, with people competing to perform the most dramatic falls, but in China so-called 'influencers' have leapt on it as a chance to show off their shopping hauls. Despite the attention lavished on some of the most popular posts, many have attracted abuse.
Baby elephant tries to charge at a passing warthog but instead ends up comically sliding around in the mud
The footage, filmed by Ewan Wilson at the Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, captured the playful calf as he splashed around in a mud pool with his family. In a brave move, the calf then decided to charge at a passing warthog, bracing its feet on the wet mud as the critter stopped ahead of it.
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