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1. 31 Just like nan and grandad! Prince Harry sips traditional Fijian drink - just like the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh did 65 years ago - after being given roast pig during welcoming ceremony with Meghan  Mail Online
2. 23 Royal Navy ships in the Gulf confronted by Iran's fast-attack machine gun boats The Daily Telegraph
3. 17 Blooming in blue! Meghan shows off her burgeoning baby bump as she dazzles in diamonds at glitzy black tie bash in Fiji with Prince Harry Mail Online
4. 17 Grave of Princess Diana's stepmother who she used to call 'Acid Raine' is left without a headstone - two years after her funeral which none of her stepchildren attended Mail Online
5. 14 'Haven't you got the intelligence?' Stormy scene that saw 'arrogant' Prince Philip snipe at the Queen on the Royal Yacht is revealed in the secret diaries of society writer Kenneth Rose Mail Online
6. 13 Untouched for millennia World's oldest intact shipwreck discovered The Guardian
7. 11 Couple who died when they drove the wrong way up the M40 and smashed into another vehicle are revealed to be 80-year-old driver and his partner, 87  Mail Online
8. 11 Dead Sea Scrolls Museum of the Bible says five of its fragments are forgeries The Guardian
9. 11 How cooking rice with coconut oil slashes 60 per cent of the calories Mail Online
10. 10 'Hitman made SEVEN calls to the Saudi Crown Prince's private office' on the day Khashoggi was murdered before 'hit squad sent his fingers back to bin Salman to prove mission's success' Mail Online
11. 10 'Watching our mates drop dead': New Zealand's synthetic cannabis crisis The Guardian
12. 10 May accused of surrender as she attempts to quell Tory rebellion with four-point Brexit plan The Daily Telegraph
13. 10 Theresa May's Brexit negotiations bring to mind 'A Bridge Too Far' The Daily Telegraph
14. Brexit Labour will be forced to oppose May's deal, Sadiq Khan tells EU The Guardian
15. Crown Prince bin Salman 'spoke to Khashoggi by phone to ask him to return to Riyadh MINUTES before' he was murdered by hit squad - as footage emerges of 'Saudi officials burning documents at Istanbul consulate a day later'  Mail Online
16. France Ex-minister goes on trial for rape and sexual assault The Guardian
17. Girlfriend, 21, who stabbed her naked partner, 39, to death after he stripped off in a hot tub with other girls despite her warning him 'Don't you dare' is found guilty of manslaughter Mail Online
18. Turkey's Erdogan says Saudi officials planned Khashoggi murder days in advance The Daily Telegraph
19. 'Beautiful Ted' Trump and Cruz bury the hatchet as midterm anxiety mounts The Guardian
20. 'It was deliberate... it was murder': Husband, 70, who survived when car ran over and killed his wife and another British woman in Oman says it 'WAS a terrorist attack targeting tourists' Mail Online
21. Pornography should be treated as a public health problem, MPs warn The Daily Telegraph
22. Ryanair passenger filmed racially abusing woman on flight is identified by police The Daily Telegraph
23. Antibiotic-resistant superbugs creating deadly risks for hip and knee operations  The Daily Telegraph
24. Erdoğan to reveal 'naked truth' about Khashoggi's death The Guardian
25. Khashoggi case has put Saudi prince right where Erdoğan wants him The Guardian
26. Khashoggi's son glares at Saudi Crown Prince blamed for death of his father as they meet in Riyadh - amid claims writer's 'disfigured face' has been found and Erdogan declares murder WAS planned Mail Online
27. Macron rejects 'excessively military' ceremony for Armistice Day, sparking row over commemorations The Daily Telegraph
28. Pictured: Three officers sacked for their lies after claiming a suspect had WALKED to their van - despite being left paralysed by devastating injuries he suffered during arrest Mail Online
29. Revealed: The secret Netflix codes that can unlock dozens of hidden TV shows and films Mail Online
30. Trump's treasury secretary meets Saudi Crown Prince for top level talks as president says he is STILL not satisfied with country's answers on Khashoggi Mail Online
31. 'People are willing' Poland's first openly gay politician says progressives can win The Guardian
32. BBC's new John Le Carré adaptation 'will not show Tom Hiddleston's bum for fear of offending Americans' The Daily Telegraph
33. Blind taste tests reveal this year's best Christmas food and drink - and Iceland's 9lb frozen turkey (costing £26) comes out on top Mail Online
34. CCTV footage appears to show Khashoggi body double in Istanbul The Guardian
35. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
36. In-law love murder: Slain midwife Samantha Eastwood 'always feared her brother-in-law would become violent if she exposed their affair' before he smothered her to death in an 'intense rage' Mail Online
37. Proof humans ARE eating plastic: Experts find nine different types of microplastic in every sample taken from human guts with water bottles blamed as the source  Mail Online
38. Royal condolences Saudi king and crown prince phone son The Guardian
39. Saudi royal aide sacked over Khashoggi killing directed the murder with a Skype call in which he insulted the journalist before telling hit squad 'bring me the head of the dog', intelligence sources claim Mail Online
40. Thomas the Tank engine's new friend is 'homeless' Kenyan train developed after advice from United Nations The Daily Telegraph
41. 'He moved out HOURS after I was diagnosed with cancer': Women share their most brutal break-up stories Mail Online
42. 'It is hard to find the damn airport sometimes - there are a lot of lights down there': Pilots reveal things they NEVER tell their passengers Mail Online
43. 'Someone's mummy or daddy is having cancer treatment': Hospital installs loud speaker system allowing patients, staff and even VISITORS to press button and instantly shame anyone smoking outside Mail Online
44. 'Yawn cams' and heart monitors Five key facts about the world's longest sea bridge The Guardian
45. Ancient Greek trading vessel discovered in Black Sea is world's oldest intact shipwreck The Daily Telegraph
46. Beckhams' terror as masked raiders attempt to break in to their £6m Cotswolds mansion: Shock as thieves scale house with ladders - explaining the REAL reason Victoria was in tears  Mail Online
47. Bong arm of the law: South Korea says it will arrest citizens who smoke weed in Canada The Guardian
48. Common operations including caesarean sections and hip replacements could become LETHAL due to growing resistance to antibiotics, health officials warn Mail Online
49. Dazzling AND diplomatic! Meghan wows in a £1,095 caped gown by a London-based designer in the blue of Fiji's flag for her first black tie event of the royal tour - teamed with glittering diamonds Mail Online
50. Dyson chooses Singapore to build new electric car The Daily Telegraph
51. Ex-partner of missing mother of five was 'questioned by police for three days', say neighbours  Mail Online
52. Jamal Khashoggi Turkish president rejects Saudi account of journalist's killing The Guardian
53. Mega-bridge Open, to drivers with a special permit The Guardian
54. Revealed: Pippa and James' VERY plush pushchair from celeb-backed brand Bugaboo boasts hand-stitched leather handlebars and eco-friendly fabrics (but it'll set you back £1,100) Mail Online
55. The $22 mascara the Duchess of Sussex adores - and the other makeup bag essentials she swears by for each appearance Mail Online
56. Thousands across Europe march in protest against racial discrimination The Independent
57. Why skinny people die of 'fat' diseases  - and fat people can be healthier than you think (it's all down to the body's inner-workings and a revolutionary blood test can determine YOUR risk) Mail Online
58. 'Davos in the desert' website is hacked to show Saudi Arabia's crown prince 'beheading' journalist Jamal Khashoggi Mail Online
59. 'Huge concern' Hard Brexit could cripple UK science, say Nobel prizewinners The Guardian
60. 'I'm in the middle of a conversation': Prince Harry's response to palace aides who tried to hurry him along as he comforted a grieving widow who joined him on his Sydney Harbour Bridge climb  Mail Online
61. 'It was a terrible accident': Sister pays tribute to pensioner who died with her partner when they drove wrong way down M40 for eight minutes before killing innocent driver in head-on crash Mail Online
62. 'Pathetic cretin' Stepfather of boy with EU flag tells ex-Tory MP to apologise for jibe The Guardian
63. 'She says the things people are afraid to say': Presenter on US equivalent of 'Loose Women' defends co-star Sharon Osbourne after she insisted Meghan Markle 'ain't black' and is of 'mixed race' instead Mail Online
64. 'Something like this can never happen again': Saudi minister promises 'thorough and complete' probe into Khashoggi murder as Turkey's President Erdogan prepares to reveal 'naked truth' Mail Online
65. A tale of two tours! Just like Kate's before her, Meghan's foreign debut has brought screaming fans, stolen moments and a LOT of designer dresses Mail Online
66. Brexit No 10 denies cabinet row over backstop The Guardian
67. Emmerdale star Chris Bisson in desperate plea to find his missing cousin, 15, after she vanished two days ago  Mail Online
68. Ex mayor helps trap thief by getting him to pose for a picture at food festival - the scene of his crimes  Mail Online
69. Ex-Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon takes £75,000 a year job advising major Saudi investor for £788 an hour  Mail Online
70. F1 Hamilton holds off Ferraris to seal pole for US GP The Guardian
71. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt slams 'appalling brutality' of Khashoggi's death as he vows SANCTIONS against the Saudi regime if it is found responsible Mail Online
72. France's position on the Salisbury nerve agent attack explained The Independent
73. Geoffrey Rush Actor close to tears in 'King Leer' defamation trial The Guardian
74. Khashoggi was 'working to expose Saudi Arabia's use of social media trolls and had been harassed  on Twitter' before he was killed in the kingdom's Istanbul embassy Mail Online
75. Khashoggi's 'body double' is pictured leaving Saudi consulate wearing fake beard, murdered journalist's clothes and glasses hours after Saudi intelligence officers butchered him  Mail Online
76. Man, 25, who raped two sex workers in attacks that started when he was just 13 is FINALLY jailed for his crimes after being snared by his DNA when he was arrested for another crime Mail Online
77. Marianne Faithfull The muse who made it on her own terms The Guardian
78. Microplastic found in humans for first time leading to health fears  The Daily Telegraph
79. Pensioner, 66, was stopped from buying alcohol at Aldi because he was with his 26-year-old daughter and she didn't have ID Mail Online
80. Philip Hammond set to get £13bn annual windfall for NHS The Daily Telegraph
81. Porn is as 'harmful as cigarettes' and must be treated as a major health crisis with new restrictions on social media, MPS warn  Mail Online
82. Retired four-star general says Trump is 'serious threat to US security' The Independent
83. Sales of 70inch TVs, robot lawnmowers and white trainers are soaring - while shoppers shun alarm clocks and door knockers, John Lewis trends report shows Mail Online
84. Saudi minister admits for the first time Khashoggi was murdered but the killing was a 'tremendous mistake' by a 'rogue operation' Mail Online
85. Sign up to the Telegraph's Brexit WhatsApp group for all the latest news, exclusives and analysis The Daily Telegraph
86. Taiwan Train travelling twice speed limit before crash that killed 18 The Guardian
87. The long read Shrinking the world: why we can't resist model villages The Guardian
88. TV's funniest moments: Laugh along to these side-splitting scripts from Fawlty Towers, Yes Minister and Les Dawson Mail Online
89. 'A-T-L! A-T-L!' Atlanta's improbable soccer love story The Guardian
90. 'America is at war, is it not? I did what is necessary': Lawyers release 68 pages of notes written by Boston Marathon bomber when he was first interviewed by cops, which had to be handwritten because he was too badly injured to speak  Mail Online
91. 'Black cabbies will have a field day!' London Uber passengers hit back at company's new 15p-a-mile 'clean air fee' to raise £200m for drivers to get hybrid or electric cars Mail Online
92. 'Cheating' wife 'plotted with her lover and his teenage daughter to kill her terminally ill husband by shooting him in the face, poisoning him with cyanide and blowing him up in a series of botched murder attempts'  Mail Online
93. 'Disneyland for adults' John Portman's dizzying legacy The Guardian
94. 'Focus on the prize': Theresa May issues rallying cry to Tory MPs she bids to quell Brexit rebellion - amid warnings it will be impossible to get legislation through Parliament even if a deal is done Mail Online
95. 'Go into the middle. You'll find MS-13. You'll find Middle Easterners.' Trump ramps up rhetoric on 7,000-strong migrant caravan as it pushes further into Mexico Mail Online
96. 'Great, more people, more money': Saudi Crown Prince declares he is 'satisfied' with 'Davos in Desert' economic conference in tone-deaf statement after event was boycotted by string of CEOs amid Khashoggi scandal Mail Online
97. 'He looks JUST like his grandfather!' Royal photographer delights fans as he points out Prince Harry's striking resemblance to the young Duke of Edinburgh in dashing military uniform Mail Online
98. 'How times have changed': Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley shares loaded photo of VERY male BBC line-up - as co-host Simon Mayo quits the station following claims he had been 'forced' to work alongside her Mail Online
99. 'I can't say I'm safe': NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden admits he is uncertain of what could happen to him in Russia and the US is still his 'top priority' Mail Online
100. 'I didn't like him but I didn't want him to die': Man 'who had sex all night with his long-term love rival's girlfriend before stabbing him to death claims he just wanted to fight him, not kill him' Mail Online




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