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1. 39 What the Davos elite really gets up to: Wild parties, secret dinners and shark canapés The Daily Telegraph
2. 18 Trump 'fakes Indian accent' to imitate PM Narendra Modi The Independent
3. 15 Tsunami hits Alaska as warning withdrawn for most of US west coast The Independent
4. 13 'It was the perfect moment': Princess Eugenie tells how it was a 'complete surprise' when boyfriend Jack Brooksbank got down on one knee to ask her to marry him (and Granny's VERY happy!) Mail Online
5. 13 Escape from hell: Dramatic video shows 13 house of horror children being rescued by police after years of being being kept chained to their beds and tortured by their evil parents Mail Online
6. 12 Was Fergie silenced after gushing posts? TV interview with the Duchess of York about Eugenie's engagement was cancelled after series of bizarre postings  Mail Online
7. 11 Analysis: How the Russian military gets more bang for its buck than Britain The Daily Telegraph
8. 10 Guy Verhofstadt: UK will not be able to take back border control until 2021 at the earliest The Daily Telegraph
9. Alaska earthquake: Tsunami warnings downgraded for US and Canada coasts The Daily Telegraph
10. Bumping along nicely! Pregnant Duchess of Cambridge shows off her growing tummy in a blue maternity dress - but looks a little weary as she delivers a speech three months ahead of her due date Mail Online
11. Gove warns Britain will end up with 'VHS economy' if it heeds business leaders over Brexit The Daily Telegraph
12. Putin is a 'clear and present danger' to Britain: Head of the Army warns of Russia's 'eye-watering' military power and how it is using the war in Syria to test its frightening arsenal Mail Online
13. A third of the alcohol sold in England is drunk by just 4 per cent of the nation, figures reveal The Daily Telegraph
14. 13 more innocent men are put through rape hell by the CPS: Cases collapsed after vital evidence was withheld - as pressure mounts on law chief after student is cleared before trial  Mail Online
15. Daughter won secret injunction to stop her Alzheimer's sufferer father marrying his partner of 20 years as it would mean the new wife would inherit much of his £1.7m fortune Mail Online
16. High flying British barrister's son 'raped student, 20, while she slept at his parents' luxury Manhattan apartment' as he celebrated his 22nd birthday Mail Online
17. Revealed: Speeding Audi driver, 52, who topped 155mph as unmarked police car battled to keep up on M3 is revealed as father-of-four who played guitar in 1980s rock band Mail Online
18. Back in your box, BoJo! May 'bitch slapped' her Foreign Secretary TWICE in front of other ministers after he led attempted Cabinet mutiny to get NHS £5bn 'Brexit dividend' Mail Online
19. Egypt Ex-general who stood for election against Sisi is arrested The Guardian
20. 'People stare at me everywhere I go': Mother, 61, who was savaged by a neighbour's dog says her deep facial scars will never heal - and she is yet to get a penny in compensation  Mail Online
21. Déja vu! Eugenie's rare 'lotus blossom' sapphire bears a striking resemblance to her mother's 1986 sparkler (and experts predict it cost £7,000) Mail Online
22. Japanese volcano eruption triggers deadly avalanche, trapping skiers The Independent
23. Migrants 'could set up Jungle-style camp on EU headquarters' doorstep': Fears Brussels is becoming new hub for gangs looking to find a backdoor into Britain Mail Online
24. Novelist's agony as police confirm body in river is that of her 11-year-old daughter who vanished walking home from school  Mail Online
25. Revealed: Tinky Winky actor, 52, died from hypothermia after collapsing in the street as friend pays tribute to 'charming and handsome' father-of-three Mail Online
26. Turkey's preoccupation with Syrian Kurds could spell disaster for US The Guardian
27. Uefa president: 'We must stop world's richest clubs buying all the best players' The Daily Telegraph
28. 'We loot or we die of hunger': food shortages fuel unrest in Venezuela The Guardian
29. A royal first? Thrifty Eugenie eschews tradition by recycling an Erdem dress she's had for TWO YEARS for her official engagement portraits at Buckingham Palace Mail Online
30. Afrin Turkish assault on Kurdish militia in Syria has 'killed 24 civilians' The Guardian
31. Brexit damage could be 'dwarfed' by benefits of strong global growth The Independent
32. EU-funded ads accused of being 'Isil recruitment tools' The Daily Telegraph
33. Hunt admits supply of EU cancer drugs could be disrupted by Brexit The Independent
34. Indian education minister dismisses theory of evolution The Guardian
35. ISIS use a BLIND jihadist to make new attack threats weeks after a one-legged fanatic said having a disability was 'no excuse' for not fighting Mail Online
36. People flee for high ground after tsunami alert for ENTIRE US west coast is issued after 8.2 magnitude earthquake strikes off Alaska - but is called off three hours later Mail Online
37. The countries that killed democracy: Graphic shows the nations where regimes have taken away people's freedoms... with Russia and China among the worst Mail Online
38. The just-500-calorie meals you can buy at EVERY fast-food chain (including fizzy drinks, crisps and BURGERS) Mail Online
39. Why the pound is finally edging back towards a level not seen since before Brexit The Daily Telegraph
40. 'Goodbye to a voice of gold': Cranberries star Dolores O'Riordan's ex-husband and their three children join her mother, boyfriend and bandmates for her funeral as her duet with Pavarotti is played  Mail Online
41. 'I'm Muslim, brown, working class and a woman! I may as well have punching bag written on me': Nadiya Hussain hits back at Twitter trolls who tell the Bake Off star to 'go home' Mail Online
42. 'What DO you do all day?': Working mother infuriates housewives by asking how they 'fill their time' after the cooking and cleaning is done Mail Online
43. Abattoir boss and three slaughtermen admit causing unnecessary suffering to animals after secret footage of halal killing showed workers HACKING and SAWING at sheep's throats  Mail Online
44. Alexis Sanchez takes aim at his critics after signing £600,000-a-week deal as Henrikh Mkhitaryan swap is confirmed  The Daily Telegraph
45. â€˜I think I’ll be on a dose for ever’ Steroid users on the quest for perfection The Guardian
46. Dog owner, 63, is hauled into court after his 'dangerously out of control' 8ins CHIHUAHUA called Louie 'bit a postwoman's ankle during her rounds' Mail Online
47. Facing down outcry Ugandan women kneeling in deference is cultural â€" it’s also humiliating The Guardian
48. Female cats are mostly right-handed while males are lefties The Daily Telegraph
49. France to lure London bankers and their families with offer of language lessons before they leave UK The Daily Telegraph
50. Gone in...7 years: How Nicolas Cage blew his $150m fortune by purchasing multiple houses, a 'haunted mansion', a dinosaur skull and the Shah of Iran's Lamborghini Mail Online
51. How Peter Jackson is bringing First World War to life using 100-year-old footage The Daily Telegraph
52. Hugh Masekela Tributes paid to South African musician and activist The Guardian
53. Japan Fatal avalanche engulfs skiers after volcano erupts The Guardian
54. Kabul hotel attack: multiple Americans killed, says US official The Guardian
55. Lotus chief executive caught at 102mph avoids speeding points as he 'likes to test drive cars himself' The Daily Telegraph
56. Macron speaks English at Versailles in lunge for post-Brexit business as rats plague the streets of Paris  The Daily Telegraph
57. Mother, 34, who exploited a computer glitch to steal £140,000 from Thomas Cook to fund a jet-set lifestyle is jailed for 18 months - after being arrested at a UK airport on return from New York  Mail Online
58. Neil Diamond, 76, reveals he has Parkinson's disease and retires from touring but vows to keep on recording 'for a long time to come' Mail Online
59. PM and Cabinet ministers rebuke Boris Johnson for demanding more NHS cash The Daily Telegraph
60. Sky takeover by Rupert Murdoch's Fox 'not in public interest', watchdog finds The Daily Telegraph
61. Subscribe to the Daily Edition, our newspaper for your tablet The Independent
62. The intensive care doctor who became a patient on her own ward after almost dying when she lost her unborn baby - and learnt a lesson about the relationship between staff and the sick  Mail Online
63. The kill chain Inside the unit that tracks targets for US drone wars The Guardian
64. The kitchen appliances that could break down at ANY second: Experts rank devices in your home from the most to the least reliable Mail Online
65. UK has already 'agreed in principle' to Norway-style Brexit transition The Independent
66. Woman racially abused and kicked mother-of-three in stomach and threatened to have her shocked children kidnapped in sickening 20-minute Tube row  Mail Online
67. 'Does being cheeky and naughty equate with being a bully?' Actor Craig McLachlan breaks his silence to deny sexual assault allegations saying 'the truth will come out' Mail Online
68. Almost two thirds of people believe Brexit going badly, poll shows The Independent
69. Analysis US air wars: increasingly indiscriminate, increasingly opaque The Guardian
70. Angelina Jolie is snubbed along with James Franco, Michelle Williams and Steven Spielberg as 2018 Oscar nominations are announced Mail Online
71. Australian Open Edmund stuns Dimitrov to set up Cilic semi-final after Nadal bows out The Guardian
72. Black cab rapist John Worboys is 'moved to prison in London close to where attacks took place' The Daily Telegraph
73. Brazil Country braces for corruption appeal that could make or break ex-president Lula The Guardian
74. Brexit Brussels could pay EU nationals' application fees to stay in UK The Guardian
75. Bzzzzt! The Kippers dropped an electric prong into the bidet: QUENTIN LETTS watches Captain Bolton cling on   Mail Online
76. Canada Climate science faces crisis that may be felt globally, scientists warn The Guardian
77. Charing Cross and Waterloo East stations shut in Strand gas leak The Daily Telegraph
78. Competition watchdog says £11.7bn takeover of Sky by Rupert Murdoch's Fox is NOT in the public interest (but they'd have no problems if Disney buys him out)  Mail Online
79. DRC Congo steps up deadly crackdown as church joins anti-Kabila protests The Guardian
80. EXCLUSIVE: Welcome to Sheeran-ville! Newly-engaged Ed Sheeran splashes out £1.5m on TWO MORE houses next door to his Suffolk mansion (which will soon have an underground man cave) Mail Online
81. Finsbury Park 'murderer' is shown hiring van and sitting down in pub 'to write letter of hate' before driving to London and ramming into group of Muslim worshippers and killing man' Mail Online
82. Finsbury Park mosque attacker 'brainwashed' by TV sex drama The Independent
83. Firemen rescue teenage bellringer, 17, pulled 40ft up a church tower when he became entangled in his rope Mail Online
84. Full list Nominations for the Oscars 2018 The Guardian
85. Gary Oldman leads Brits tipped for Oscar glory as he lands Best Actor nomination for Darkest Hour... following Golden Globe and SAG victory for acclaimed Churchill role Mail Online
86. He may be a former barman but Eugenie's fiance is every bit as posh as she is! How Jack Brooksbank comes from one of Britain's oldest and most well-connected families Mail Online
87. Headteacher of leading public school says he will expel pupils who have a boyfriend or girlfriend The Daily Telegraph
88. Intractable, bloody tragedy Next phase in Syria's war could prove the most dangerous yet The Guardian
89. Is this the office of the future? Wonky desks, giant fig trees and mindfulness classes The Guardian
90. Italian politician pledges to kick out half a million illegal migrants if elected prime minister The Daily Telegraph
91. Italy elections: as left splinters, Berlusconi waits in wings The Guardian
92. Johnson under fire after accepting Trump’s Jerusalem embassy move The Independent
93. Kentucky high school shooting: one dead, multiple wounded, governor says The Guardian
94. Live - Latest updates as May moves to shut down Cabinet revolt The Independent
95. Live Oscar nominations 2018 Last updated Less than a minute ago BBC News
96. London's King's Cross and Charing Cross reopen after thousands of passengers were rerouted to three other stations following 2am gas leak Mail Online
97. Meet Hyon Song-wol, North Korea's 'Spice Girl' whose execution was greatly exaggerated The Daily Telegraph
98. Meet the Oxford graduate with bipolar disorder behind the new Girl On The Train: Author bags seven-figure publishing deal for must-read thriller with Emily Blunt's sister as his agent Mail Online
99. Millions of children doomed to early death as doctors demand action over obesity crisis The Daily Telegraph
100. Nigel Farage says Henry Bolton 'could be Ukip’s Jeremy Corbyn' The Independent

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