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The week in news saw a woman casually walk into a crocodile enclosure, an amazing piano performance from a homeless man and Paris Hilton have a meltdown.

  • Four charged over teen 'gang-rape'

    Four men have been charged following the alleged gang rape of a teenager in Sydney’s West. Police say the woman, who was romantically involved with one of the men, Loyd Bandao, was heavily intoxicated at the time. It is alleged the victim was cornered inside the bathroom by Bandao, 20, and another male, 19-year-old Billy Alcazar, who began sexually assaulting her.

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  • Homeless man's breath-taking piano show stuns passersby

    When homeless man Daniel Gould sat at a piano in the middle of a busy street, no one could have anticipated what was about to follow. Wearing a scruffy, hole-littered singlet and worn baggy brown trousers, most people would normally walk past Gould without a second glance, but his flawless rendition of Styx's 'Come Sail Away' was so extraordinary it caused stunned strangers to stop in their tracks.

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  • Bernard Tomic lashes Tennis Australia

    Bernard Tomic has committed to this month's Davis Cup quarter-final against Kazakhstan but launched an extraordinary attack on Tennis Australia. After threatening to boycott the tie, Tomic has backflipped and says he will now play out of respect for retiring champion Lleyton Hewitt and the prestige of the century-old competition despite claiming to have been abandoned by TA. Hitting back in sensational fashion after Pat Rafter vowed to stop the governing body's funding to the Tomic family, including his younger sister Sara, Tomic described Australia's director of performance as a "mask" for TA boss Craig Tiley.

  • Uncle left alone with nephew for 5 minutes, creates hilarious video

    Lol! An uncle who was left alone with his baby nephew has created this hilarious video. The baby's facial expressions will make you laugh out loud.

  • IMF gives Greece something to mull over

    Reviled in Greece for pushing the bitter medicine of austerity, the IMF has nonetheless thrown Athens a bone by urging European countries to cough up more money to ease Greece's titanic debt load. Ignoring its own procedures, the International Monetary Fund threw caution to the wind Thursday and shook up things both in Brussels and Athens, two days before the referendum in Greece on accepting new bailout terms. A report released Thursday by the IMF said the European Union may need to take losses of 53 billion euros on money it has lent to Greece.

  • This Plus Size Documentary Will Change the World

    Plus-size women have spoken: the revolution is now.With size 22 model Tess Muenster throwing her fingers in the air with the viral hashtag #effyourbeautystandards, Denise Bidot appearing in an unretoutched swimsuit ad showing off cellulite and stretch

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  • Mysterious sea monster has scientists baffled

    A mysterious sea creature that washed up on a Siberian beach has left scientists baffled. The decomposing, bizarre-looking creature was discovered on a beach near Shakhtersk Airport on Sakhalin Island in eastern Russia. Olga Begunova, 47, who took pictures of the mysterious creature before it was swallowed up by the tide, said: "At first glance we saw what looked like the muzzle of a dolphin.

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  • Son charged over Walsh murder

    Adelaide police have charged the son of Crows coach Phil Walsh, Cy, with murder after his father died in an alleged domestic dispute at his home early on Friday morning. Police confirmed that the charge had been laid after earlier taking Mr Walsh's son into custody. In a statement earlier today police confirmed that the man (who died) at Somerton Park in the early hours of the morning is Phil Walsh, coach of the Adelaide Crows.

  • I can win Wimbledon, says Kyrgios

    Nick Kyrgios believes he can "go close" to winning Wimbledon after delivering a tennis masterclass to surge into the last 16 at the All England Club. Kyrgios's fire trumped Milos Raonic's ice on Thursday as the Australian tennis showman turned up the heat to blast his way past the seventh seed 5-7 7-5 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 in a high-quality third-round encounter on Friday. It was against the French in last year's second round that Kyrgios announced his arrival as a grand slam force when he saved a record nine match points before gunning down Rafael Nadal in round four.

  • Egypt passes new budget for fiscal year 2015-2016

    Egypt's president has approved a new budget for fiscal year 2015-2016, slashing the projected budget deficit to 8.9 percent of gross domestic product, the country's finance ministry said Thursday, in a move likely to please international creditors. The revised budget deficit for the previous year is 10.8 percent. The finance ministry said 50 percent of public spending will be on social protection programs.

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  • Kim Kardashian West thinks Rob Kardashian 'smokes weed' all day

    Kim Kardashian West thinks Rob Kardashian "smokes weed" and "drinks beer" all day long. Asked about Rob, who has reportedly also been battling depression, the 34-year-old beauty said: "It's not that mysterious, what's happening with Rob. Meanwhile, Kim admits she was nervous about asking her step-parent Caitlyn Jenner, who was known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing gender transition earlier this year, to walk her down at the aisle at her wedding to Kanye West in Italy in May 2014, but her rapper husband convinced her it was the right thing to do.

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  • Ben Affleck Is 'Devastated' Over Divorce, Says Source

    Throwing in the towel on their 10-year marriage was not easy for Ben Affleck or Jennifer Garner. Announcing their divorce on Wednesday, Affleck, 42, and Garner, 43, made it clear that parenting their three kids, Violet, 9, Seraphina, 6, and Samuel, 3, will remain a top priority.

  • Mum speaks out against outrageous school application question

    Cara Paiuk with her son, Aiven, who is starting kindergarten soon. The mother of an incoming kindergartner in Connecticut USA has persuaded officials to revise their school forms after speaking out about a question that she says got too personal. Cara Paiuk was at an introductory event for her son’s upcoming kindergarten class at Aiken Elementary School in West Hartford when she and her husband were handed a packet of forms to fill out.

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  • Stop your grown kids from ruining your retirement

    A recent study found more than half of parents who are supporting adult children are "extremely concerned" about saving enough for retirement. Baby boomers are often providing financial assistance to grown kids when they are in the later stage of their own careers during their prime earning years. When you're 50 or older, you have the opportunity to turbocharge your retirement savings with additional contributions to IRAs and 401(k)s.

  • Katherine Heigl: My parents are jerks

    Katherine Heigl thinks her parents are "jerks" for making her play the cello. The 36-year-old actress - who plays the guitar in new romantic drama 'Jackie & Ryan' - has revealed she never got the opportunity to learn the instrument during her school years because of her parents, Nancy and Paul Heigl.

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  • Honeymoon is over for Greek couple who went penniless in NYC

    Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to the U.S. ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless. The couple skipped a few meals before spending their last dollars on dinner at McDonald's. Strangers from two Greek Orthodox churches in the city's Queens borough came to the rescue, giving them survival cash until their flight home to Greece on Friday.

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  • Chivalry fail: Packer watches as Mariah falls

    At no stage does James Packer move from his seat as Mariah Carey falls down the stairs on the billionaire's yacht.

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  • The case for Greece: when it forgave Germany's debt

    The International Monetary Fund certainly thinks so, according to a new report in which it argues Greece should get help. After the hell of World War II, the Federal Republic of Germany — commonly known as West Germany — got massive help with its debt from former foes. The 1953 agreement, in which Greece and about 20 other countries effectively wrote off a large chunk of Germany's loans and restructured the rest, is a landmark case that shows how effective debt relief can be.

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  • Former Miss Bosnia linked to murders and robberies in undercover sting

    A former Playboy model and beauty queen has been extradited to her European homeland after being linked to five murders and a series of multimillion robberies. The Mirror reported Slobodanka Tosic was arrested in Croatia in an undercover sting and sent back to her home in Bosnia and Herzegovina to face trial. Slobodanka Tosic has been linked to five murders and robberies.

  • Odd shaped watermelons herald Japan's summer

    Japanese consumers are used to paying through the nose for fruit, and now the summer's here there's another way for them to empty their wallets: cube and heart-shaped watermelons. Over at the Shibuya Nishimura luxury fruit shop in downtown Tokyo, a cube-shaped watermelon, about the size of a baby's head, sells for 12,960 yen ($105). Farmers plant young watermelons inside acrylic containers to get the desired shape.