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Scott Campbell

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Newspaper to close over Kate Middleton topless pictures scandal

The Irish Daily Star is set to close over its publication of topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.

David Cameron appoints BBC's Craig Oliver as new comms director

London - UK Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed Craig Oliver, Controller of English at BBC News, as his new director of communications.

Woman survives 23-storey fall after landing on taxi

Buenos Aires - An Argentinian woman survived a 23-storey fall in Buenos Aries after she landed in a sitting postion on a taxi in the street below.

Stadium statue painted pink by vandals

Oxford - A statue of an oxen outside a football stadium in Oxford, United Kingdom has been covered in bright pink paint by vandals.

Colin Firth gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Los Angeles - Actor Colin Firth was presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday and dedicated the accolade to his wife.

Actor David Nelson dies aged 74

David Nelson, one of the stars of US sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" has died aged 74 of complications from colon cancer.

Council hired actors to play drunks and spy on pubs

Conwy - A Welsh council spent over £4,000 to hire actors to play drunks and spy on pubs to make sure that they were serving alcohol responsibly.

Timeline: Arizona massacre

This article is a timeline of other updates, in chronological order, on Digital Journal relating to the Arizona massacre that happened on Saturday.

Man charged over Arizona massacre

Tucson - A 22-year-old man has been charged over Saturday's shooting in Arizona, in which a Congresswoman was seriously injured and a further six people died.

David and Victoria Beckham expecting fourth child this summer

Los Angeles - Footballer David Beckham and wife Victoria are expecting a fourth child during summer this year, a spokeswoman announced today.

Pantomime costume broke Geneva Convention

Glasgow - A pantomime in Glasgow, Scotland has been forced to change a costume after being told that it violated rules in the Geneva Convention.

Baker Street singer Gerry Rafferty dies aged 63

Singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty has died at home peacefully - in the company of his daughter - aged 63 after a long illness.

Royal car attack footage released by UK police

London - The London Metropolitan Police have released video footage of an attack on the car of Prince Charles and Camilla during protests in December 2010.

How are M&M's made?: Oddest 2010 job interview questions revealed

A list of the oddest interview questions in 2010 has been published, including companies such as Google, Apple and Goldman Sachs.

Actor Pete Postlethwaite dies aged 64

British actor Pete Postlethwaite has died at a hospital in Shropshire, England, aged 64, a spokesman announced earlier today.

Report: Iran shoots down two 'spy planes'

Two "Western drone reconnaissance" aircraft have been shot down by the Revolutionary Guard in Iran, according to the head of the force's air division.

President Ahmadinejad's old car attracts $1 million bid

A 1977 Peugot 504 previously used by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has attracted a $1 million bid at auction for charity.

Spain's smoking ban comes into force

Spain's new anti-smoking law has come into force, banning smoking in bars and restaurants as well as near hospitals or school playgrounds and on television broadcasts.

Anger over missing Hotmail emails

Angry users have flooded Microsoft's support forums with complaints that large numbers of emails have been deleted from Hotmail accounts.

Riot police called in after inmates set UK prison alight

Ford - Riot police were called to a prison in West Sussex, UK after a group of inmates burned a number of buildings to the ground.
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