Thai cave rescue: Boys thank divers as they speak for first time - to ask for KFC
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Majorca holidaymakers confronted by protesters at airport blasting ‘tourism KILLS us!'
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MAJORCA has been hit with more "mass tourism" protests with activists targeting Palma's airport and daubing "tourism kills the city" slogans on hotels in the island's capital.
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Donald Trump MOCKED and HUMILIATED for White House Twitter BLUNDER after UK visit
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Tragedy as RARE black rhinos die during BOTCHED relocation operation in Kenya
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France on RED ALERT as terror police warn of ‘REAL’ threat ahead of World Cup final
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Donald Trump 'totally HATES' Nicola Sturgeon - 'He spends a lot of time MOANING about her'
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