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Hitler's final meal was pasta and tomato sauce letters by his stressed cook reveal

Letters by Adolf Hitler's cook Constanze Manziarly say his final meal was pasta and tomato sauce and he survived on millet, linseed oil and cake in his Berlin bunker.

Former Manchester City striker Robinho jailed for nine years over 2013 sex assault

The 33-year-old Brazilian is currently back playing football in his home nation for Atlético Mineiro. Robinho has denied assaulting a 22-year-old woman in a Milan club.

Mauricio Pochettino unsure over Danny Rose's long-term future at Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is unsure if Danny Rose will still be at the club next summer amid interest from Manchester United.

James Bulger's mum says killer Jon Venables is 'vile, perverted psychopath' after child porn arrest

James Bulger's mother Denise Fergus has hit out at her son's killer, Jon Venables, after he was caught with child abuse images for a second time last week.

Juan Mata aiming to emulate Ryan Giggs by playing until he is 40 at Manchester United

Juan Mata has outlined his ambitions to remain at Manchester United until he is 40 and emulate the longevity of Ryan Giggs.

Darwin's theory gets a turbocharge: Galápagos study finds new species developed in two generations

Darwin famously spent time studying the unique wildlife on the islands. His findings led him to develop his groundbreaking theory of evolution.

Genetically modified bacteria can store information like tiny tape recorders

The groundbreaking development could pave the way for new technologies that harness bacterial cells for purposes ranging from disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring.

Roma sporting director Monchi explains why he overlooked Manchester United and PSG

Monchi says he chose to join AS Roma in the summer over Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain because the Serie A side allowed him to work as he did at Sevilla.

Isis beheads 15 of its own fighters in Afghanistan as conflict with Taliban intensifies

Islamic State militants chopped the heads off 15 of their own fighters in Afghanistan according to officials, who did provide an explanation for the mass killing.

Liverpool given green light to launch £22m bid for Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri

Roma are ready to listen to offers of £22m for left-back Emerson Palmieri, with Liverpool reportedly interested in signing him.

Arsenal and Chelsea enter race to sign Bordeaux forward Malcom amid Manchester United interest

Malcom is also catching the eye of Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, who may need to offload some attackers before they can buy the Brazilian.

Atalanta batter shambolic Everton to leave caretaker boss David Unsworth doomed

Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth has now lost four of his six games in charge a month on from Ronald Koeman's sacking after defeat to Atalanta.

Violent moped gang face jail over £1m mobile phone spree that saw them beat up security guards

An armed moped gang face jail after causing a staggering £1m of damage in a string of raids on mobile phone shops across London.

Cows rain down on highway causing huge traffic jam during Thanksgiving getaway

A cattle trucked overturned on Interstate 84 in Riverdale, Utah . It is unclear how many cows died in the crash, but about 25 were thrown from the overpass.

Emily Ratajkowski leaves fans 'speechless' in leopard print bikini from her hit swimwear line

The Blurred Lines model will have a very comfortable Thanksgiving and Christmas this year following the success of her swimwear range Inamorata.

Denis Suarez reveals what Barcelona dressing room expect from Lionel Messi new deal saga

Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez hopes Lionel Messi will soon put pen to paper on a new deal at the Nou Camp.

Watch out hacked companies, Firefox is going to tell the world about your data leaks

Firefox, the internet browser developed and maintained by Mozilla, will have the ability to warn internet users if a website they are viewing has been hacked in the past.

Manchester United vs Brighton: Chris Hughton confident of claiming shock Premier League win

Chris Hughton is confident his Brighton side can spring an upset when they face Manchester United at fortress Old Trafford this weekend.

Indonesian military accused of using 'two-finger test' to check virginity of female recruits

Practice is still common in several Asian countries, despite criticism that it is "cruel" and "unscientific."

Photos: The balloons at New York's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade 2017

Balloons at Macy's 91st annual Thanksgiving Day parade in new York included the Pillsbury Dough Boy, Pikachu, Charlie Brown, Power Rangers, Scrat from The Ice Age and Olaf from Frozen.

This is what the EU will miss out on by banning UK towns from becoming European Capital of Culture

The EU commission has told cities hoping to become the next UK Capital of Culture to forget about the whole thing.

Net neutrality gives Donald Trump 'control of the internet' warns Mark Cuban

Business tycoon Mark Cuban has warned that keeping net neutrality effectively gives control of the internet to president Donald Trump.

Mega 1km Spanish 'fatberg' made of condoms and dental floss removed from Valencia sewer

The one kilometre fatberg cost millions to remove - and a second berg has been discovered elsewhere too.

This hunter spotted an 8-point buck, and what happened next will surprise you

"I thought he was just going to walk past me and keep going. Then I heard him smelling me from behind," Dan Hartley said.

This wonder material could provide a clean and limitless source of energy

Researchers have devised a technique to harness the natural wave-like motion of carbon atoms in graphene to generate power.

Celtic forward Moussa Dembele can become one of Europe's best strikers, says Brendan Rodgers

Dembele gave the Bhoys an early lead against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday and has been linked with a return to the French capital as well as Everton.

Frank Lampard urges Chelsea to bring in another striker when January window opens

Former Chelsea midfielder believes the club should sign another striker when the transfer window reopens in January.

Little Mix's Perrie Edwards shows boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain how to play golf in heels

The Little Mix singer has been dating the England international professional footballer since November 2016.

Naked drunk driver crashes into tree while having sex with passenger as child sat in backseat

Washington State Patrol said that a drunk driver was having sex with a woman while they were both naked in the car. They ended up crashing into a tree.

Republican Joe Barton 'threatened to report woman to police if lewd photos went public'

The Texas Republican representative Joe Barton reportedly told a woman he would complain to the police if sexually explicit photographs of him were exposed publicly.

Why 3-4 cups of coffee a day is good for women's hearts but terrible for their bones

The BMJ paper suggests that people who drink three to four cups of coffee a day lower their chances of an early death as compared to non-drinkers.

FC Cologne 0-0 Arsenal: Uefa Europa League - LIVE

Unbeaten Arsenal look to seal top spot in Group H at the RheinEnergieStadion having already secured qualification for the last 32 with two matches to spare.

Danny Masterson's publicist says a woman cannot be raped by her boyfriend

Masterson is accused of having sexually assaulted four women, including two former girlfriends who allege they were drugged and abused while in a relationship with him.

Israeli blogger sparks outrage after posing for picture at holy Saudi mosque

Israeli blogger Ben Tzion has provoked outrage in the Arab world by posing for a picture in Medina's holy Mosque of the Prophet Muhammed.

Membership airline Surf Air to shift London base from Luton to City Airport

The world's first all-you-can-fly subscription-based airline that deploys private jets says it is responding to users' feedback.

Troubled mum drowned baby daughter in the bath to 'get rid of the evil'

A young mother with mental health issues drowned her two-year-old daughter in the bath because she wanted to "get rid of the evil in her".

This deep learning AI found Chinese missile sites just by looking at satellite images

University of Missouri researchers have developed an AI that can identify SAM sites by scanning through vast areas of land in satellite images.

Aston Villa loanee Josh Onomah planning Tottenham return as he targets regular first-team berth

Steve Bruce wants Aston Villa to break the bank to sign Josh Onomah on a permanent basis, although the midfielder is hoping to establish a long-term future at Spurs.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho hails Marcos Rojo return in Phil Jones absence

Jose Mourinho says Marcos Rojo can provide "stability" to the Manchester United defence with Phil Jones ruled out against Brighton on Saturday.

Most Belgian thing ever? Waffle factory fire sends huge plume of smoke over Brussels

Milcamps waffle factory in the south Brussels region was destroyed by fire on 23 November, but thankfully no-one was injured. People mocked the incident for being a Belgian cliche.

Watch 'World's fattest man' undergo surgery to reduce 95 stone weight

Mexican Juan Pedro Franco completes one hour procedure after successful gastric bypass surgery earlier in the year.

Danny Mills urges Arsenal to sign Manchester United contract rebel Marouane Fellaini

Mourinho is seemingly keen for Fellaini to stay and remains hopeful that a deal can be agreed with the Belgian.

Emre Can to Juventus? Ex-youth coach Vincenzo Chiarenza backs Liverpool midfielder to complete transfer

Emre Can, whose contract at Liverpool will run down after the end of the 2017/18 season, is wanted by Liverpool, Manchester City and Bayern Munich.

Jack Maynard net worth and what YouTuber stands to lose after I'm a Celebrity axing

The 22-year-old social media personality was said to have been extracted from the Australian jungle by his "representatives" due to "circumstances outside camp".

Spain's best cheese has been revealed by tasting experts

Expert tasters at The World Cheese Awards 2017 have revealed Spain's best cheese. A cheese from Cornwall received first place.

Ben Askren does not think anyone will beat Tyron Woodley 'for a while' but Georges St-Pierre has a chance

Ben Askren does not see the likes of Colby Covington or any other UFC welterweight defeating Tyron Woodley anytime soon.

Town and Country magazine is getting roasted for asking 'how rich is too rich?'

The high society magazine has been accused of being out of touch for its piece on being 'too rich'.

'100 days or its free' – Elon Musk and Tesla finish world's biggest battery in Australia.

South Australia is now home to the world's biggest lithium-ion battery after Tesla fulfilled a promise to complete work in 100 days "or its free".

Is Sci-Hub dead? 'Pirate Bay for Science' loses domains - but founder vows to fight on

The founder of Sci-Hub – an anti-paywall website often dubbed the 'Pirate Bay for Science' – has refused to back down after losing three major domain names this week.

10 things the aviation industry should thank Nasa for on Thanksgiving Day

Nasa has been building, studying, and developing aircraft and spacecraft for decades now and its contribution to aviation is immense.