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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The barbaric mob released pictures of the public execution in Mosul, Iraq, which was carried out in the name of Allah and Islam through Sharia Law.
MSPs voted 69 to 59 in favour after Nicola Sturgeon warned she will not back down if Mrs May ignores her demand for a fresh Scottish independence vote.
Detectives have launched a murder investigation after the man, in his 20s, was killed after an altercation in Surrey Lane, Battersea, yards from the £6,000-a-term Thomas’s School.
Botanique in trendy Stoke Newington, east London, has around eight pieces of wood around a foot long for customers to hang on their walls.They are priced between £12 and £18 and include notches for clothes.
Daughter Annabel Hunnings, 44, appeared in last night's Mary Berry Everyday - prompting some to speculate that she may take on the master baker's crown when she eventually retires.
Lauren Mason, 28, from Wolverhampton, used an advert for her ex-partner's Skoda Fabia to dig at his flaws, saying the car's modifications reflected 'what he lacked in other areas.'
A reformulated KitKat is to appear on shelves from next week containing more milk and cocoa as part of efforts to reduce sugar, Nestle has announced.
Officers said they had stumbled across the plot while investigating a group of 30 or so crooks who were involved in drug and arms trafficking on the Italian island of Sardinia.
In the hopes of protecting the world's most important books, a second 'Doomsday Vault' has been opened in the frozen Arctic wasteland of Svalbard, Norway.
Guddappa Kumar, 38, fell while taking part in the festival in the Mandya district of Karnataka, India. Local media reported he had been practicing the run for 17 years.
Russia has warned the US deployment of an anti-missile system will spark a new arms race and was a threat to world security designed to contain Russia and China.
Kent millionaire Fergus Wilson, 69, said it was an 'economic decision' made after he was left £12,000 out of pocket from ridding a home and its carpets of food odour smells.
A groundbreaking new procedure, led by a New York fertility doctor, will allow women to freeze a slice of ovarian tissue that contains eggs so they can have a natural pregnancy after chemotherapy.
More than 300 Indian residents charged at the group of African students in a shopping mall rampage in Greater Noida, New Delhi, after a vigil for the teenager.
Researchers at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Montpellier, France analyzed the blood meals of flies to find out what disease they carry.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium touched down in Denmark for a state visit with her husband King Philippe, where she was greeted by Crown Princess Mary and other Danish royals.
There were 35 arrests in Paris overnight as fighting broke out between police officers and members of Paris's sizable Asian community protesting over the death of Chinese national Shaoyo Liu.
The lifeless body of Akbar Salubiro, 25, was found inside the body of a seven-metre long python's stomach in his own back garden on the island of west Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Fakhara Karim, 33, has hit out at the suspended sentence handed to Mustafa Bashir (pictured) at Manchester Crown Court after he also poured bleach down her throat.
China combines its capital with nearby cities to form the 'megatropolis'. The region would cover 83,403 square miles and have 100 million people. A 'one-hour commute zone' has also been planned.
The PM has written a letter that will be delivered by hand to EU Council President Donald Tusk at around 12.30pm. That will be the historic moment as Article 50 is not triggered until it is delivered.
Last year EU countries paid more than 80,000 migrants to return home, but because each country offers different benefits, Brussels says some are 'shopping around' to get the best deal.
Yale University researchers found that 82 per cent of the runners of the 2015 Hartford Marathon that were studied showed stage 1 acute kidney injury after the race.
The study, carried out by three researchers from the London School of Economics, checked on reports of the health, intelligence and social skills of the children up to the age of seven.
Ian Paterson (pictured), 59, from Manchester, denies unlawfully and maliciously wounding nine women and one man by privately operating on them when they didn't have cancer.
The idea is expected to be explicitly rejected in a resolution responding to Theresa May triggering Article 50 - which is set to be voted on by the European parliament next week.
Laura Strawbridge, 25, from Guernsey, piled on 4 stone while at university prompting a 'devastating' comment from a female friend of her ex-boyfriend which spurred her on to hit the gym.
A series of haunting letters written by a young French Jew to her high school teacher in World War II have emerged after they were forgotten inside a classroom for decades.
Israeli Army Radio has described the weapons as 'completely different than any weaponry we know from the direction of the Strip', and said Hamas now has dozens of the rockets.
Cobbler Antonio Vietri, from Turin in Italy, has come up with a world first: 24-carat gold shoes, and they are now on sale for a mere £21,000.
A man serving life behind bars for murdering British backpacker Peter Falconio by the side of the road in Australia's outback could be innocent, experts say.
He's been hailed as the pretender to Prince Harry's heartthrob crown, and now Prince Hussein of Jordan, 22, has enrolled at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Surrey.
Actress Emma Thompson, pictured, from London, admitted there are some actresses who 'simply don't eat' as she described the devastating effects of anorexia on the industry.
The additional security measures in Windsor were put in place ahead of the regular 'Changing the Guard' ceremony following a review by Thames Valley Police.
John Coffey, 53, was handed a suspended prison sentence after admitting fraud by false representation part-way through his trial at Preston Crown Court in February.
Katie Davies (pictured), 32, Christina Pinchess, 31, and Schelbie Forgan, 22, were charged with child cruelty following complaints from a student at Bright Sparks nursery in Port Talbot, South Wales.
The Ferrari 456, once the world's fastest four-seater, has now been sat on Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, near Harrods, since the MOT ran out nearly two years ago in April 2015.
Callum Strang, of North Queensferry, Fife, sent a tweet bemoaning Gordon Strachan's decision to bring on the striker with the game against Slovenia seemingly heading for a dour 0-0 draw.
Trade unions slammed the health sector rise - impacting staff from doctors and nurses to cleaners and porters - as 'derisory' today.
The robot, known as the single actuator wave-like robot (SAW) was developed by researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel.
Jazmyn Greenfield, 20, bought the BBQ Rib-flavour crisps from an Asda store in Harrogate, North Yorkshire - but claims she discovered animal faeces in the bag.
Undershaw, in Surrey, the grand home the Sherlock Holmes author helped design, fell into disrepair after the hotel which ran there for 80 years closed in 2004.
A security researcher from Liverpool was the first to raise the alarm, after he discovered that highly sensitive documents were publicly visible via Microsoft's Docs.com document sharing service.
Winchester Crown Court heard how 34-year-old Robert Hinz killed his son Julian, who had been 'subjected to severe violence' and was found with injuries to his head, collar bone and ribs.
The former footballer, 41, was almost unrecognisable as he gave his Instagram followers a first look at himself in character for his upcoming movie role in Guy Ritchie's King Arthur.
The Williams family, who live in a three bedroom council house in Weston-super-Mare, swapped lives with the wealthy Caddy family for Channel 5's Rich House, Poor House.
Livija Mulac, 80, from Pula, Croatia, has achieved global fame as the 'Contouring Glam-ma', earning tens of thousands of likes and views with her astonishing makeovers on social media.
The pictures show children sitting in an Anderson air-raid shelter at the bottom of their garden, and the remains of a school that was demolished by a German doodlebug.
Serena Caballero, 18, has gone viral with a post about a former friend in which she used dubious photo editing skills to remove the girl.
MailOnline Travel has rounded up some of the world's most determined nappers, from commuters on the London Underground to conked out people in airports across the globe.
Chaser Yu Yamamoto, 24, and Takuya Takamatsu, 29, started pushing each other at an All-Star game held by the Japan Volleyball League.
FEMAIL has collated the most outrageous reviews left for Tripadvisor's best restaurants in London, Birmingham and Manchester - as well as some hilariously stern replies from owners.
Britain's biggest supermarket faced a two year investigation over claims bosses 'cooked the books' to cover up dismal profits in 2014.
Hedge fund exec Charles W. Murphy, whose company lost billions in Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme, leaped to his death from the 24th story of the Manhattan Sofitel hotel on Monday.
Kirsty Rustman, 30, was in Livello bar in Newcastle when a woman threw a drink over fiancé Matthew Hurst on the dance floor. Seconds later, she smashed a glass in her face and fled the scene.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, will visit Luxembourg on 11 May at the request of the Foreign Office, Kensington Palace has announced.
Around half-a-dozen members of the Brexit Select Committee walked out of a meeting this morning after pro-Remain chairman Hilary Benn presented them with a 150-page draft.
It has long been thought that having low levels of vitamin D increases the risk of cancer. But the new research, from Creighton University, Nebraska, showed no such link.
A wooden spoon can stop a pan full of liquid from boiling over on the stove because the spoon is cooler than the bubbles in the pan and therefore the bubbles will burst on impact.
Scientists interviewed in a new documentary have warned that The Gulf of Cadiz is unprepared for a tsunami which could hit the area at any time and could lead to the death of thousands.
Good Housekeeping have put together the ultimate guide to condiment storage. Ketchup should be kept in the fridge after opening, putting an end to a long-running online row.
Regine Tezangi (pictured), 52, was paid hundreds of pounds to secure driving licences for candidates at the test centres in Hither Green, south east London and Sidcup, Kent.
Three-year-old Zeva was taken to Ilkeston fire station in Derbyshire and comforted by Peppa Pig while crews attempted to cut the yellow plastic child's toilet seat off her neck.
Politicians in Japan have argued for the technically pacifist country to have the ability to strike North Korea rather than relying on the US for its defence.
Research from City, University of London and University College London tested the mental damage of oxygen deprivation, which is a side effect of taking general anaesthetic.
The new £1 enters circulation today with early teething problems expected at machines across the country. So MailOnline road tested the coin to see what problems consumers might face.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Vigilantes attacked two suspected burglars who targeted homes in the village of Tephe, central Mexico, one of whom had his right had amputated during the struggle.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Barbara Dransfield, of Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, suffered a fractured skull after she was hit up during a raid on her home
Google Home will arrive in the UK on April 6 and will cost £129. The technology giant also announced it was launching its Wifi router, Google Wifi for the same price.
In a new interview, Ida Tin, CEO of Berlin-based Clue, said that she hopes Apple will soon make a device that women can put inside their bodies to track their menstrual cycle (stock image).
New research into strange marks on the planet's surface from Washington-based Nasa found that an asteroid triggered tsunamis billions of years ago, digging out a 'thumbprint-like' crater.
Sara Hodge, 49, was trusted to look after the grandmother-of-two, who has not been named, who needed help dressing and preparing meals in her own home in Northwood, Middlesex.
Maria Wilkes, 26, from Hampshire, teaches French, German and Spanish at an all-girls high school. In July she will compete in the Miss Universe Great Britain finals
Just 17 per cent of the public believe the Labour leader is performing well, the research by GfK found. By contrast 18 per cent think the US president is doing a good job.
The Brexit Secretary moved to play down expectations of a dramatic plunge in flows as he pointed out public services and many industries depended heavily on labour from overseas.
Tinder Online is not yet available in the US or UK, but a global roll-out may take place if testing is successful. Currently the website is available in Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia and Italy.
Mohamed Amrani, 53, allegedly raped one victim in his office during a campaign of 'sexual bullying' at Harefield Hospital in Hillingdon, west London.
Apple's latest iOS software with the 10.3 update was released yesterday to users across the world. The update replaces Apple's 31-year-old filing system with a new storage method.
Jayne Carpenter, from Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, lost three limbs in 2016 but less than a year later, she is proving that the ordeal has not defeated her with a camper van trip with husband, Rob.
Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP leader who was unmasked as a white woman in 2015, claimed that ethnicity is not biological in an interview with BBC's Newsnight on Monday.
Amy Coleman, 28, from Coalville, Leicestershire, ballooned to 20 stone 4 lbs before embarking on a drastic lifestyle overhaul, spending £3,500 on exercise plus a further £7,500 on surgery.
The group of doctors and nurses were heard laughing raucously as they danced around the patient at the Santa Cruz de Bocagrande clinic in Bolivar, Colombia.
A sickening new ISIS propaganda video shows children armed with handguns carrying out what appears to be a routine military exercise until you realise they are hunting living targets.
The terrifying video was created by the New Zealand Fire Service, in the hopes of raising awareness of the dangers of house fires.
Facebook has rolled out a global update which includes three new features - Facebook Camera, Facebook Stories and Direct.
Alexander Blackman's wife Claire broke down in court while his jubilant supporters cheered, threw their fists into the air and sprayed Champagne as it was revealed he will be released within two weeks.
Carlos the Jackal, once the world's most-wanted terrorist, was today given another life sentence for a deadly attack on a Paris shopping arcade in 1974.
Mounting a horse is not as easy as it looks in the films, as this little girl found out. Astrid Scheucher filmed her daughter attempting to get on their horse Lisa at the family ranch in Lebring, Austria.
Mary Berry, 82, is devoted to making her home cooking accessible to all. But her new show reveals her own life in Buckinghamshire is anything but ordinary.
Brussels is set to make the huge demand to cover the bloc's 'liabilities' after Theresa May triggers the formal Brexit process tomorrow.
Zayn Malik's cousin has died from a brain tumour at the age of just five. The former One Direction singer's family have been posting tributes to young Arshiya.
Nicky Morgan stood on the manifesto claim at the 2010 and 2015 General Elections but today endorsed a document condemning it produced by the anti-Brexit Open Britain campaign.
According to fitness instructor Sophie Everard, there is one crucial mistake that many people make after working out.
Pee Wee Pumps, based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, creates soft slippers with pointed toes and collapsible heels for infants up to six months old.
The alleged incident took place when Thea Gaillard, 24, and her husband Jeremiah (pictured together) booked a taxi to take them to Manchester Airport.
Googl added the global secret 'Easter egg' as a nod to Incognito mode's notoriety as a popular platform for secretly browsing pornography.
Sheldon Sparks, 49, who sparked outrage when he criticised a mother for 'flopping a breast out' in a Bristol pub, said he still believes the woman's behaviour was inappropriate.
Lucy Austin, 34, was getting her five-year-old son ready for school when she spotted the marsupial in the treeline at the bottom of her garden in in Bethersden, Kent.
The Fame, a 130ft long armed merchant ship, capsized and sank at the entrance to Poole Harbour in Dorset in 1631 while taking shelter from a storm en route to the West Indies.