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Mega asteroid 'could come dangerously close with Earth in 2052', say experts

Space Agency confirming that a collision will not take place on April 2, 2052. The threatening asteroid had been at the top of global risk lists for months as concerns mounted about its potential impact. READ MORE 'First human to live past 150 years has already been born', claim age-stopping scientists But the European Space Agency ( ESA) has confirmed they have removed ‘2021 QM1’ from their list after they joined forces with the European Southern Observatory.

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Brits cigarettes could be 'laced with poo' after black market spike sees cheap fakes sold
cigarettes laced with poo have spiked as the black market for cheap fags booms amid Britain’s cost of living crisis.Gangs are cashing in on soaring prices as smokers in the north and Midlands struggle to afford legitimate cigs, found the makers of Marlboro.Almost one in five smokes puffed in the UK is either contraband or counterfeit, a report by Philip Morris International revealed. READ MORE Bedford fire: One dead in huge 'inferno' as police warn 'more bodies' could be found This rises to nearly one in three in the north east and more than one in four in Yorkshire and the Humber.Former Scotland Yard detective chief inspector Will O’Reilly, now a consultant for the tobacco industry, said: “Illicit cigarettes pose a risk to people’s homes in terms of house fires and they’ve been found to contain contaminants, such as mites, insect eggs, fungi and even faeces.”Mr O’Reilly said he and his team found phony gaspers are “widely available” for sale on British streets “month-in, month-out”.He added: “Organised criminal groups appear to consider the risk of being caught well worth the prospect of making around £1.5million profit for every container load they bring into the UK.”Hair and animal excrement has been regularly discovered in seized fake ciggies, said the firm, which is working with custom officers.Sales of bogus tobacco products jumped by more than a third last year, topping three billion cigarettes for the first time. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up for one of our newsletters here .It comes after Philip Morris broke ranks with rival tobacco firms to call for a ban on cigarettes by 2030.The global giant, which also makes brands including Chesterfield and L&M, wants to switch to
Woman discovers 'game-changing' petrol pump button which gets you right amount of fuel
petrol, especially with costs rising.However, it can be difficult to get the exact price right, and you may sometimes find yourself going over your limit..If this is something you find happening to you all too often, then what we're about to tell you might just blow your mind.READ MORE: Bloke 'feels like a w**ker' after thinking he had filled cars with petrol for £1A woman has gone viral on TikTok after sharing a look at a seemingly little-known petrol pump trick that could save you money and time - and all you need to do is push a button, according to The Mirror.Known only as Livs, the 23-year-old who posts under @livticks shared her shock after discovering a preset button when she was filling up her car.Filming the petrol pump, she explained: "How did I never know this existed?!"If you click this button two times ten for £20. It will stop itself at exactly £20."Wow! That's so cool."Her clip showed how the cost and fuel on the petrol pump screen was going up - until the sale reached £20 exactly and it stopped.She also showed a close-up of the preset section on the bottom-right-hand side of the pump, which features five buttons of different price and litre options and an explanation for how to use them.The video has now gone viral, with than two million people watching it, and it gaining 164,000 likes.Thousands have also comment on the "petrol life hack", as person said: "Wait.
People think pregnant woman's huge baby bump the size of 'small watermelon' is fake
pregnant woman's baby bump was so large that people thought it was fake, after it was compared to the size of a "small watermelon".Mum-to-be Kenzie Akiko Tibbits shared videos of her baby bump on TikTok throughout her pregnancy to her 8,000 followers.She posted a selfie of herself at 39 weeks pregnant, captioning it: "Wish me luck baby is coming this week".READ MORE: Woman discovers she's pregnant with two sets of twins at once during ultrasoundShowing off her stomach from the front and side, the personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist joked: "POV: You realise you are having a baby the size of a small watermelon in a couple days and know you whohaa is definitely not that big".TikTok users were quick to comment on the extraordinary size of her tummy, with one exclaiming: "That is not real", while a second added: "That is going to leave a mark!"Other users however offered words of comfort, with one writing: "It's ok they squish so it's not like a full watermelon I promise."Just a couple of days later Kenzie posted on the social media app again, this time alongside her newborn daughter Bowie, who weighed in at a healthy 9lbs.She has since posted more videos on TikTok, this time showcasing her post-birth body and how her tummy is slowly returning to its original size.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.In one post, she posed in front of her bathroom mirror and showed off her postpartum body from the side and the front.
Horrifying corpse entombed in concrete wall discovered under popular bar
decomposed corpse of a man buried in concrete in the walls. READ MORE: Mystery as missing woman, 64, found buried in shallow grave in her own back garden The AFP and BFM Nice Côte d'Azur report that the bar was closed straight after the discovery yesterday (June 29).The manager of the bar has reportedly been arrested for "kidnapping and unlawful confinement resulting in death" and several other people are thought to be detained by authorities in connection.Local reports suggest that the bar manager has allegedly already admitted to the killing.According to local news sites who have spoken to a police source, he admits to rowing with a man, killing him and then hiding the body in concrete.Firefighters have since removed the body from the concrete block and the local Prosecutor's Office has opened an investigation after the unnamed victim's disappearance caused concern.The Sun reports that locals have been left stunned by the revelation. One man, named Chris Gaillot, has said he'll think twice about going for a coffee now.He said: "How awful! We're at a point where drinking a coffee can cost us our lives."[There is] too much insecurity and violence, this city is dangerous."Since the incident, the Facebook page of L'Atrium's has been "temporarily paused". To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . READ NEXT: Young mum shot dead in 'execution-style' murder as she pushed pram down busy street Babysitter and cop 'sexually assaulted' 12-year-old girl and took naked photos of her Man breaks his neck after being thrown into back of police van without seatbelts Woman killed driving Uber Eats car may have 'solved her own murder' with final photo Teenage swimmers
Logan Mwangi's killer mum and step-dad jailed for life for five-year-old's brutal murder
mum and step-dad have been jailed for life for brutally murdering the five-year-old – despite going to sickening lengths to try and get away with it.Logan was found dead on July 31 last year in the River Ogmore near his home in Bridgend, south Wales with horrific injuries typically found in car crash victims.The child, who suffered 56 external cuts and bruises, and “catastrophic” internal injuries, was discovered by police partially submerged, wearing dinosaur pyjama bottoms and a Spider-Man top. READ MORE: Sick moment Logan Mwangi's killer mum cried crocodile tears as she was grilled by copsToday, after a delay at Cardiff Crown Court, his killers mum Angharad Williamson, 31, and stepdad John Cole, 40, were sentenced to life behind bars.Williamson was handed a minimum sentence of 28 years, while Cole will be jailed for a minimum term of 29 years.A 14-year-old boy was also sentenced to life detention with a minimum of 15 years.He cannot be named at this time for legal reasons.Members of Logan’s family were present in the packed courtroom, presided over by Mrs Justice Jefford DBE.Prosecutor Caroline Rees QC told the court that Logan "would have had an 80% chance of survival" with medical help.Shockingly, she said that the child would have been in so much pain during his attack that he "would have required morphine."She likened the injuries and pain levels to that of a car crash victim or someone who had a fall from a great height.
Police find clandestine ecstasy lab next to base storing US nuclear weapons
police have raided an illegal lab producing the drug ecstasy outside a US airbase where part of America's nuclear arsenal in Europe is stored.A prosecutor's office statement said the secret site had been found within the perimeter of the Kleine Brogel base in the province of Limburg.Investigators said on Tuesday (June 28) that the lab was found to be producing MDMA, a synthetic recreational drug commonly known as ecstasy. READ MORE: Dangerous 'fake ecstasy' that causes hallucinations and memory loss floods UK clubs The Belgian defence ministry clarified that the raid had taken place “on former military land, near the base”. In 2019, a Green MP told Parliament that US forces had 10 to 20 warheads stored at the base.Prosecutors said local police had discovered the drug lab on June 22 and that it had been dismantled by specialist officers.It has been reported that two suspects – not military personnel – were arrested during the raid.According to authorities, a "neighbouring house" adjacent to the base's premises was involved in the operation as well.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Reports say the Kleine Brogel airbase is often a target of Belgian anti-nuclear and anti-Nato protesters.MDMA is an illegal substance that gained popularity in the 1980s with people using it at parties and festivals, according to experts.
Corrie fans will recognise Dr Thorne star from rival soap role amid Peter punch-up
Coronation Street newcomer Dr Henry Thorne recently made Peter Barlow a life-changing offer after the latter discovered the surgeon rushed his liver transplant as part of a bet.Peter launched an official complaint against the medical practitioner, but then undermined himself when he was goaded into punching Dr Thorne in the face.In recent scenes, Carla Connor (Alison King) warned Peter to think carefully about rejecting the sum of money on offer from Thorne.READ MORE: Corrie Fiz star opens up on sweet Vera Duckworth tribute as wedding descends into chaosSimon Barlow (Alex Bain) also pointed out to his dad that £100,000 could change their lives forever.As Peter began to waver, Dr Thorne clocks their exchange. He later went to meet up with Tricia the nurse and, realising she can’t offer any new evidence, confined that he’s thinking of giving up the fight.The evil medical expert is played by actor Dominic Mafham and fans may recognise him from his several other TV roles.He appeared in ITV drama Grantchester as well as BBC series Killing Eve.Dominic also provided the voice of Chidak in Doctor Who: The Final Phase and Doctor Who: The Dalek contract in 2013.In 1995, the actor played Matthew Castle in Castles and between 2000 and 2001 he played Dr Andrew Argyle in Always and Everyone.He’s also roles appearances in Silent Witness, Our Mutual Friend, The Bill, Casualty, Midsomer Murders, Land Girls and DCI BanksAs they await the verdict on Thorne from the GMC later this week, Carla urges Peter to be grateful for his health and focus on their future.