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Wrestler throws car door on fan

A young fan has been hit after wrestler Brock Lesnar ripped a car door its hinges.

  • Did Pippa Middleton try to upstage Duchess Kate once again?

    Did Pippa Middleton upstage her sister, The Duchess of Cambridge at Princess Charlotte's christening? Pippa Middleton made headlines in 2011 when she stepped out wearing that dress at sister Kate Middleton's wedding to Prince William. The 31-year-old became a household name - and was even dubbed 'Her Royal Hotness' - when her cream Alexander McQueen bridesmaid dress hugged her in all the right places.

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  • Mayweather stripped of WBO welterweight belt

    Floyd Mayweather was Monday stripped by the World Boxing Organization of the welterweight world title he won by beating Manny Pacquiao two months ago in what was dubbed "the fight of the century". Mayweather had failed to meet the deadline last Friday for paying the $200,000 sanctioning fee required by the WBO after he took the belt from Pacquiao on May 2 in Las Vegas, in the richest fight of all time, earning a reported $220 million in the process. WBO rules require boxers to pay 3 percent of their purse to fight for a world title up to a maximum of $200,000.

  • Djokovic sorry for 'screaming' at ballgirl

    World number one Novak Djokovic apologised for upsetting a ballgirl who looked visibly shaken when he roared at her during his Wimbledon fourth round win over Kevin Anderson on Tuesday. The defending champion was 3-2 down and at 30-30 in the final set when he screamed in the girl's direction. Maybe she was just afraid of my screaming there," said Djokovic who said he was trying to fire himself up in the fifth set decider.

  • $20b wiped off Aussie stock market

    More than $20 billion has been wiped off the Australian stock market after Greece shocked investors with an overwhelming rejection of austerity measures that could see the country headed for a messy exit from the euro zone. Greece's ruling Syriza party secured a stunning victory at a referendum on Sunday, where more than 60 per cent followed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's urging and voted against harsh bailout conditions. The Greek government hopes to use the poll results to demand better terms from its major creditors, the International Monetary Fund and the European Union.

  • British woman who woke with Chinese accent will live with condition

    Sarah Colwill, from Plymouth in the UK, was rushed to hospital in 2010 after having a heart attack. The 40-year-old was diagnosed with Foreign Accent Syndrome, in one of just 20 known cases worldwide. “My neurologist has signed me off and said I will permanently be this way,” she Ms Colwill told SWNS.

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  • Fraser's apology means nothing: Kyrgios

    Nick Kyrgios' family has dismissed Olympian Dawn Fraser's apology for comments she made about the tennis star, which have been described as racist. "The apology means nothing to me," Kyrgios' brother Christos told Network Ten's The Project. Fraser had told a breakfast television show on Tuesday she was disgusted by Kyrgios' behaviour and alleged "tanking" in his fourth-round Wimbledon loss to Richard Gasquet.

  • “I don’t understand it at all”, residents of Aachen react to Greek ‘No’

    In the town of Aachen one woman expressed her astonishment at the result saying, “I have the feeling that Greece wants to leave the EU. Euronews reporter Sandor Zsiros in Aachen concluded: “My impression today filming in Germany was that the locals were not happy to speak about the Greek referendum results.

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  • 7 must-see photos from Princess Charlotte's christening (9 photos)

    The royal family of four delighted fans as they walked to St. Mary Magdalene church in Norfolk, England for the little princess' big day.

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  • Furness bans Jackman from starring opposite Jolie

    Deborra-Lee Furness has banned Hugh Jackman from working with Angelina Jolie. Deb had been on enough sets to see the pitfalls ... it was my first job when we met, I didn't know anything else but we've never been apart for more than two weeks.

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  • Ronaldo in Japan to sell muscle gadget

    A sheepish-looking Cristiano Ronaldo was in Tokyo on Tuesday promoting an electric muscle stimulation machine, a year after he visited to push a smile-enhancing gadget that looked a little like a boomerang. A slick video played on overhead screens showed Ronaldo's well-toned form with the electric muscle toner attached to his torso. Japan is a common destination for big European or American stars who are paid handsomely to sell products that never see the light of day at home.

  • Eurozone's poorer nations take hard line on Greece

    The eurozone's poorer former communist nations, having themselves endured painful reforms and austerity programmes, are taking a hard line on Greece after its people voted to reject creditors' bailout terms. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia have long insisted they are too poor to pay for the mistakes made by wealthier Greece and that it should have stuck to the reforms and austerity measures laid out in its massive 240-billion-euro ($273 billion) bailout.

  • National news break - July 8

    Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has started giving evidence to a royal commission into trade union corruption; health authorities insist there is no risk to the public after a Sydney man was diagnosed with mad cow disease; the Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has given a speech warning against against exaggerating the Islamic State threat.

  • Cosby admitted drugging woman for sex: court papers

    Embattled US comedian Bill Cosby admitted having drugged at least one woman with a sedative to have sex with her, court documents show. The 77-year-old was questioned by Dolores Troiani, a lawyer for Andrea Constand, a former women's basketball director at Philadelphia's Temple University where Cosby studied and was a member of the board of trustees. Cosby's lawyers had long sought to block publication of the court transcripts, but they were released Monday on the PACER public court records website.

  • Russia cuts off power supplies to Ukraine rebels: Kiev

    Kiev said Tuesday that Russia had cut off electricity to Ukraine's rebel-run regions in what appears to be another sign that Moscow is losing interest in plans to splinter its neighbour. Russian President Vladimir Putin has gone through an extended spell without peppering his speeches with mentions of a "New Russia" (Novorossiya) made up of Ukrainian lands that were once under tsarist control. The veteran Kremlin leader had fervently promoted the project while the separatists were gaining ground along Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland toward the end of last year.

  • Las Vegas completing last straw to draw Lake Mead water

    It took $817 million, two starts, more than six years and one worker's life to drill a so-called "Third Straw" to make sure glittery casinos and sprawling suburbs of Las Vegas can keep getting drinking water from near the bottom of drought-stricken Lake Mead. The pipeline, however, won't drain the largest Colorado River reservoir any faster. It's designed to ensure that Las Vegas can still get water if the lake surface drops below two existing supply intakes.

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  • It's Over! Kourtney Kardashian Dumps Scott Disick

    It's finally over: Kourtney and Scott have ended their relationship. Kourtney Kardashian has "dumped" Scott Disick. Another insider added to E! News: "Kourtney dumped him after she saw the pictures [of Scott getting close to his ex in Monte Carlo] and he hasn't been home after a month-long party binge.

  • Madison ‘not afraid’ of Hefner

    Holly Madison "spent too many years" being afraid of Hugh Hefner. The former Playboy model, who recently claimed in her new memoir, 'Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny,' she was mentally and emotionally abused while living with her former lover and his other girlfriends insists she doesn't care that he has denied her allegations. Holly's former 'Girls Next Door' co-star Kendra Wilkinson Baskett, 30, recently accused her of trying to seek revenge on the media mogul because he refused to marry her and put her in his will.

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  • Australia senator threatens to grab PM's testicles over mining row

    An independent Australian senator Tuesday threatened to physically intimidate Prime Minister Tony Abbott, using illegal rugby tactics including grabbing his testicles, if he does not limit coal-seam gas exploration. Glenn Lazarus, a former rugby league prop and a senator for the eastern state of Queensland, said he submitted a petition to Abbott calling for health impact assessments, exclusion zones and community consultations over mining developments near residential, agricultural and farming areas. Lazarus, dubbed the "brick with eyes" in his rugby heyday, added to an anti-CSG protest in Sydney that he was prepared to use a range of tactics on the Australian leader if he does not respond to the community's concerns.

  • The Latest: Tsipras calls Putin in wake of referendum result

    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin received a phone call from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, whose government is racing against the clock to reach a bailout deal with creditors. The two leaders discussed the results of Sunday's referendum in Greece and "several questions about the further development of Russian-Greek cooperation," the Kremlin said. The eurozone's top official says he still wants Greece to stay in the single European currency.

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  • Clash of the Titans: Japan vs US in mega-robot duel

    Weighing in at four tons, a Japanese company's four-metre (13 foot) high Kuratas robot is set to clash with a US rival's MegaBot in a clash straight out of a Transformers movie. Suidobashi Heavy Industry took up the giant challenge in a weekend video, as the Japanese firm's chief Kogoro Kurata admitted that his country's robot culture was at stake. "Suidobashi, you have a giant robot.