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Life among the monkey hunters: The Amazon tribe that eats primates they have learned to catch by climbing trees and shooting them with blowpipes The Huaorani tribe - there are only 4,000 of them - live a simple life in the rainforests of eastern Ecuador They live off the land, shooting blowpipes to kill monkeys, which they then skin and roast over open fires They also eat peccary pigs and toucans as well as plants and herbs which they have foraged in the forests In 1990 the Ecuadorean government set up the Waorani Ethnic Reserve to protect the forest they live in Photographer Pete Oxford said: 'One of my greatest joys is spending time with people unlike myself'...


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Netanyahu snubs May over UN settlements vote, Israeli media says Israeli PM said to have told ministers two will not meet at Davos, but his office denies a meeting was ever scheduled Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has apparently snubbed Theresa May over the UK’s support of a highly critical UN resolution condemning Israeli settlement building. The move is the latest in a series of diplomatic retaliations by Israel against the countries that supported a UN security council resolution describing Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories as a “flagrant violation” of international law and an obstacle to peace....


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TAKER'S DOZEN Sponging benefits mum with thirteen kids spoils whole brood with mountain of presents paid for by hard-working taxpayers Eldest daughter Chelsea has labelled jobless Joanne Sheppard and her partner Gary Bateman a pair of 'scroungers'...



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Record breakers Chelsea 3 Bournemouth 0: Goals from Pedro and Eden Hazard earn 12th straight win as the Blues extend lead at the top Antonio Conte's men now sit nine points above second placed Liverpool, and keep their fourth clean sheet in a row in the process...


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Theresa May helps lonely elderly people at special Christmas Day dinner The PM and her husband attended a lunch for elderly people who are at risk of loneliness Theresa May spent her first Christmas as Prime Minister attending a lunch with elderly people at risk of loneliness. The Prime Minister and her husband Philip joined 75 people for the meal at an event organised by the community group Churches Together in her Maidenhead constituency....


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Hunting laws broken 200,000 times since ban came into force as Boxing day hunts held Animal rights campaigners have suggested illegal hunting incidents take place 17,000 times a year Huntsmen and women have broken the law 200,000 times since hunting with dogs was banned nearly 12 years ago, a charity has said. As fox hunts across the country gather for their Boxing Day meets, animal rights campaigners suggested illegal hunting incidents take place 17,000 times a year....


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Top BBC journalist reveals she heard 'Queen Backs Brexit' claim - but didn't run it Laura Kuenssberg heard the story - which led to a press watchdog ruling - but did not run it on the BBC because she only had one source's word The BBC's most senior political journalist has revealed she heard the now-infamous 'Queen Backs Brexit ' claim months before it appeared in a newspaper. Laura Kuenssberg said today she knew of the story - but did not run it because she only had the word of one source...


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Brexit to send UK economy crashing down the global table as value of pound will slump An analysis by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) says the slump in the value of the pound will take its toll The UK is set to crash down the table of the world's largest economies because of Brexit, a report claims today. An analysis by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) says the slump in the value of the pound will take its toll on the country's economic growth....



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'Nobody can hear you, shout it louder': Two men fight for life after being battered by 'bodybuilder' in Christmas Day horror attack The violence unfolded as two men walked a dog in the small hours of the morning and the victims are now in serious conditions...


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Some bargain hunters flocked to shops just before midnight on Christmas in a bid to snap up the best festive deals Shoppers were queuing outside stores across Britain this morning as they prepared to spend £4billion in the Boxing Day sales bonanza. Some bargain hunters flocked to shops just before midnight on Christmas Day in a bid to snap up the best deals, with massive price cuts....


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WATCH rare video of George Michael stunning David Bowie and Seal with his vocals WATCH rare footage of George Michael belting out Queen's Somebody To Love and stunning David Bowie and Seal at the Freddie Mercury tribute concert rehearsals. Even George's contemporaries were sometimes left amazed by his vocals, as you can see in this rediscovered footage showing incredible moment behind the scenes at the 1992 Freddie Mercury concert when he was rehearsing his performance with Queen. David Bowie and Seal's reactions to the Wham! star's impressive range can be seen in the background in the full video clip below from 3.12 minutes onwards....


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Where Cameron FAILED: 'He asked for nothing, he got less - it was a disaster' says Farage NIGEL FARAGE admitted that it wan’t the poor Remain campaign that led Britain to leave the EU but instead was David Cameron’s poor negotiating style. The former Ukip leader spoke about Mr Cameron’s poor negotiating style and said that because of his background he wasn’t aggressive enough when making his demands to the European Union. Speaking to Nick Ferrari on LBC, Mr Farage criticised the former Prime Minister for the way he demanded changes from the European Union before the EU referendum. According to the 52-year-old European MEP, Mr Cameron should have been more aggressive and taken tips from the French when...


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ISIS BLOODBATH: Turkish troops execute 1,300 crazed jihadists in brutal battles TURKISH soldiers have killed hundreds more Islamic State jihadis as they sweep through al-Bab in northern Syria, in a major blow to the fanatical terror regime. Officials in Ankara said 226 ISIS militants had been "neutralised" in the latest operations conducted near the northern Syrian town. Turkey-backed Syrian rebels, supported by the Turkish military, have been laying siege to the town for weeks. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman reported on Monday the anti-ISIS coalition was making progress in al-Bab, which has been held by ISIS since 2013....


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Somalian asylum seeker hospitalised after sex attack arrest on Christmas Eve A SOMALIAN asylum seeker has been detained in hospital after the alleged rape of a woman and an attempted robbery of another in Austria. The 19-year-old man is under police supervision after being taken for medical care in the city of Klagenfurt following the attack on Christmas eve. It has been reported locally the man attempted to rape a 23-year-old woman in a bar but she was able to fight off the attacker. However, he is alleged to have attempted to steal another 22-year-old woman's wallet after going into a female toilet in the bar following the first attack....


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Analysis: Israel waiting for Trump, hoping Obama's legacy will be wiped out What worries Jerusalem is that the UNSC resolution could turn Israel into a criminal state, like that of South Africa during its apartheid era....


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'Israel rejects the anti-settlement resolution at the United Nations' Fourteen out of the 15 voting members of the Council voted in favor of the resolution, none voted against it, and the United States chose to abstain instead of casting its veto on the initiative...


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Rick Parfitt dead: Status Quo guitarist and rock legend dies aged 68 The rock legend's manager has confirmed that he passed away in a hospital in Spain following a severe infection. Rick raised alarm bells when he said that he would no longer be performing with his band after suffering from a heart attack in the summer, with the musician battling a series of health problems over the years. In 1997, the Rockin' All Over the World singer had to undergo a quadruple heart bypass....


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'We will never vote for Merkel' Parents of man left in coma after Berlin attack lash out THE parents of a man who is now in a coma following the horrific Berlin attacks have blamed Chancellor Angela Merkel for the atrocity by failing to control the number of migrants let into Germany....


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A DANISH citizen claims to have shown how "pathetic" the security is between the German and Danish border. The man, dressed as an Isis fighter with a fake gun and the terror network’s flag, claims in a video to have crossed the border several times. In his several alleged crossings back and forth between the two countries, not once is he stopped or questioned by any authorities. The video, uploaded to YouTube, has not been verified and it is not clear where exactly it was filmed. It comes almost a week after Isis claimed responsibility for the Berlin terror attack, which claimed 12 lives and injured many more, on Monday. Alongside the video, the uploader writes: “A Danish citizen dressed up in Islamic State gear, flag and fake...


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Merkel electoral crisis as German far-right AfD party surges in poll after Berlin attacks GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing an electoral backlash as her party loses support following the terror attack in Berlin this week. Approval for the three-year-old Alternative for Germany (AfD) has increased after 12 people were killed and 48 seriously injured on Monday evening. Anis Amri, who was killed on Friday in Milan, is suspected of carrying out the attack on a Berlin Christmas market. Now the far right group is set to make significant gains in next year's election after tripling its support...