• 'Blue in the face': Labuschagne run out by horror brain fade

    Marnus Labuschagne has summed up a terrible performance by Australia's batsmen with a shocking run out.

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  • Fergie not happy that Meghan and Harry upstaged Eugenie at the wedding

    The Duke and Duchess shared their baby news with family on Friday.

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  • China's hidden $6 trillion debt pile is an 'iceberg' posing a 'titanic risk'

    Rising debt levels in China are a major concern for the global economy, with fears that a wave of defaults could be imminent. China may be sitting on a hidden debt pile of as much as 40 trillion yuan ($US6 trillion), concealed off-balance-sheet by the country's local governments, according to research from S&P Global Ratings. Many local governments in China raise debt and hold it off their balance sheet, in order to avoid lending limits imposed by central authorities.

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  • Instagram star Tammy Hembrow's extraordinary booty transformation

    She's gained over 8 million followers because of it.

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  • The 31 most corrupt countries in the world

    The World Economic Forum has released its annual corruption index as part of its Global Competitiveness Report.

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  • Saudi forensic specialist suspected to have played a role in the death of Jamal Khashoggi reportedly told people to listen to music as he dismembered his body

    Turkish officials reportedly offered gruesome details to support their conclusion that Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who disappeared after visiting a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, was killed. Officials reportedly said they shared details of an audio recording with the US and Saudi Arabia. The recording is said to illustrate that Khashoggi was beaten, drugged, and eventually killed in the Saudi consul general's office, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.

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  • Pregnant Meghan Markle dresses down in Dubbo (17 photos)

    Meghan Markle gave a shout out to her good friend Serena Williams on the second day of her tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji. Touching down in Dubbo on a gloomy morning, the Duchess of Sussex wore a AU$203 grey blazer from the tennis champion’s label Serena Williams Collection, along with a pair of skin-tight black jeans by Australian brand Outland Denim and a crisp white shirt from French label Maison Kitsune. She had her hair pulled back into a sleek ponytail and when she and Prince Harry left Sydney, they were holding akubra hats. Meghan kicked off her and Harry’s 16-day tour international tour in spectacular style on Tuesday. They started in Sydney with a jam-packed day involving a welcome at Admiralty House, a visit to Taronga Zoo, and a walkabout at Sydney Opera House, with the Duchess of Sussex choosing to wear a $1,800 ivory dress by Australian designer Karen Gee. Interestingly, the frock is called the “Blessed Dress”, which is a feeling that surely rings true for the excited parents-to-be who only announced they were expecting the day before. Later in the afternoon, pregnant Meghan changed into a pleated, khaki frock by American designer Brandon Maxwell that retails for $2,555. To see all the best photos from Day One, check out this gallery. Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.

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  • Donald Trump leaves Melania in the rain without umbrella

    People aren't even surprised anymore.

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  • 'World's scariest man' set to take MMA world by storm

    Bodybuilder Martyn Ford has made a stunning career move that's set to shake up the world of MMA.

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  • Case of missing teen who vanished on his birthday solved after 75 years

    The teenager's parents both died without ever knowing what happened to their son after his disappearance.

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  • Canada has officially legalised marijuana for all adults

    Canada became the first G7 country to legalise marijuana sales nationwide on Wednesday. Marijuana will be available to purchase either online or in retail stores depending on the province. The global financial community is eagerly watching.

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  • Inside the lives of the rich kids of Mexico (10 photos)

    Earlier this year, new blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians took the world by storm. It’s unbelievable that some can actually lead seriously crazy rich lives. Turns out, Mexico is also a destination filled with some extremely wealthy folk, including some very rich youngsters. There’s now an Instagram account entitled the ‘Rich Kids of Mexico City’, which explores the lives of the elite youngsters of the country’s capital. With wads of cash, copious amounts of champagne and yachts – take a look inside the lives of the rich kids of Mexico City. Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.

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  • A celebrity makeup artist who works with Jennifer Garner and Paris Hilton says the best mascara costs just $5.55

    Celebrity makeup artist Erwin Gomez has worked with the likes of Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria, Rachel McAdams, and Paris Hilton. He told INSIDER that if he could only buy one product, it would be a mascara. His favourite happens to be from the high street - and it costs just $US5.55 on Amazon.

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  • Parents scream as young girl falls from collapsing inflatable slide

    Mums and kids are heard screaming as the tall inflatable teeters and youngsters scrambled to get off.

    Yahoo7 News 40 min. ago
  • Family's heartbreaking obituary after young mum's drug addiction death

    The heartbroken family of a young mother who spent half of her life battling a crippling drug addiction have written a confronting obituary following her overdose.

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  • People thought Fendi's $1,390 scarf looked like a vulva and it was mocked so hard the company took it off the website

    Fendi was selling a $US990 ($AU1,390) pink fur scarf on their website. Twitter users compared it to a vulva. While many mocked the scarf, others said they would try wearing it. The accessory has since been removed from Fendi's website, likely as a result of the online reaction. The scarf is still available to purchase in blue and red.

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  • The 16 healthiest countries in the world

    The United States lags far behind the 10 healthiest countries in the world.

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  • Rupert Murdoch's six children are reportedly each set to receive a $2.8 billion windfall from the sale of 21st Century Fox

    Rupert Murdoch’s six children are in line for $US2 billion each in proceeds from the sale of 21st Century Fox, the Financial Times reports. All six heirs are beneficiaries of the Murdoch Family Trust, which owns a 17% stake in 21st Century Fox. Rupert Murdoch doesn’t have a financial interest in the trust, but he still controls it.

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  • Mum's attempt to have arm tattoo removed goes horribly wrong

    A mum says she has permanent scars and was left looking like she'd been attacked by 'flesh-eating bugs' after having a tattoo removed.

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  • From Diana to Kate: The best royal maternity looks of all time (15 photos)

    The royal family has long reigned the fashion industry with every tiara and wedding gown plastered across the history books. But no protocol-breaking outfit or diplomatic suit could top every female member of the Windsor clan’s most covetable superpower: the art of regal maternity dressing. Whether it’s Princess Diana’s now-famous penchant for nautical stripes or the Duchess of Cambridge’s sell-out wardrobe, the royals sure know how to tackle pregnancy style. With news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child, we revisit some of the greatest royal maternity looks of all time.

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