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What will happen if there is an explosive eruption of Mount Mayon in the Philippines?

The Philippines’ most active volcano Mount Mayon, located on the large island of Luzon, continues to spew lava and ash from its summit after it began erupting at the weekend. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from ashfall-hit villages in the Philippines, as a danger zone has been issued around the volcano.  Volcanologists have warned a hazardous eruption could happen “within weeks or days” and said the volcano was in the grip of a non-explosive magmatic eruption.  Red hot lava has been seen flowing down the sides of…

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Entertainment 

Avengers Infinity War: THIS rumoured character CONFIRMED by Chris Hemsworth

There have been some notable instances recently of TV hosts accidentally (or not) slipping major spoilers into interviews. Hemsworth was notably annoyed when an Australian chat show host repeatedly mentioned that Hela was Thor’s aunt in Thor Ragnarok – a connection that was not previously known. UK breakfastt host Holly Willoughby probably revealed the biggest spoiler of the year on ITV’s This Morning when she causally mentioned that Yoda was appearing in The Last Jedi during a pre-movie interview with John Bodega. Fallon doesn’t seem likely to be trying to…

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Lifestyle 

Sarah Ferguson wedding dress: Which designer made Duchess of York’s wedding gown?

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, 58, married Prince Andrew, 57, on 23 July 1986 at Westminster Abbey in London, England.  Her dress was designed by Lindka Cierach, British couturier and fashion designer, and was made from ivory duchesse satin. Lindka has since made dresses for a number of other notable members of the British royal family, such as Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. The gown was heavily beaded, especially over the bodice, with symbols including hearts (to represent love) and waves, a homage to Prince Andrew’s career in sailing.  It…

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Lifestyle 

Kodi Box CRACKDOWN – Landmark ruling could change the face of streaming FOREVER

TICK BOX • GETTY Kodi Box users need to keep a close eye on an online piracy court case Kodi add-on fans will need to keep a close eye on a court case that could change the face of online streaming forever. The Kodi surge continues without any sign of stopping, as users continue to ditch paid TV services for the online player. Research has suggested Kodi – which offers access to thousands of channels – is being used in more than five million UK homes. Kodi software is not…

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TRUMP FURY: ‘Mexico WILL pay for WALL’ Row erupts over ‘joke’ NAFTA deal

Donald Trump indicated his neighbours will have to stump up for the new border security – although he conceded it may pay “indirectly” in the form of a new trade agreement.  This agreement would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which Mr Trump today described as a “bad joke”.  He said America currently suffered a huge trade deficit to Mexico and a new deal would provide Washington with billions of dollars, which could then fund the wall.  And he also hit out at critics who argued he was…

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Brigitte Bardot slams #MeToo movement as ‘ridiculous’

LOS ANGELES — French actress Brigitte Bardot has criticized the #MeToo movement and said that she has never been a victim of sexual harassment. Brigitte Bardot attends the Cannes Film Festival in 1956. Sipa Press / AP file In an interview with Paris Match magazine, Bardot asserted that for actresses specifically, “not women in general,” “the vast majority of cases” are “hypocritical, ridiculous, without interest.” The 83-year-old added that the topic takes away from “important themes that could be discussed.” Bardot became an international sex symbol after her starring role…

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13 captive siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower twice a year

The 13 starving siblings held captive in a California house were allowed to eat only one rationed meal a day and shower just twice a year, a law enforcement official with knowledge of the case told NBC News. Those disturbing details emerged just hours before David Allen Turpin, 57, and his wife, Louisa Anna Turpin, 49, were expected to make their first court appearance. They face possible torture and child endangerment charges. David Allen Turpin and Louise Ann Turpin in booking photos in Riverside County, California on Jan. 15. Riverside…

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Avengers Infinity War: Scarlett Johansson teases Black Widow movie after rumours

Her character has been in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2010’s Iron Man 2 and fans are often calling for Black Widow to get her very own solo movie. Now in a new interview, Scarlett has stated she wants the movie to happen and teased how it could be an origin story. Speaking with Variety, she said: “I would like for it to happen under the right circumstances. I think there’s a lot of opportunity to mine that story line.  “She’s got a really rich origins story. There’s a lot…

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Science 

President Trump Heads to Pennsylvania Ahead of 2018's First Congressional Race

President Donald Trump is tiptoeing around the first congressional election of the new year as he heads to southwestern Pennsylvania on Thursday to hail the Republican tax cuts he signed last year. Trump will appear with the Republican nominee for a Pittsburgh-area House seat. But the White House said Trump won’t mention Rick Saccone in his remarks. And the event isn’t actually in the 18th Congressional District, which holds the special election March 13. Democrats, meanwhile, aren’t necessarily any more confident in the chances that lawyer and former Marine Conor…

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Rex Tillerson Says There Is Evidence That Sanctions Are 'Really Starting to Hurt' North Korea

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday the United States is getting evidence that international sanctions are “really starting to hurt” North Korea, even as he accused Russia of not implementing all of the measures. U.S. President Donald Trump told Reuters in an interview earlier on Wednesday that Russia was helping North Korea evade international sanctions and that Pyongyang was getting closer every day to being able to deliver a long-range missile to the United States. Tillerson told reporters the Russian failure to comply with the U.N. measures…

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