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Roman sling bullets used against Scottish tribes 2,000 years ago were as deadly as a .44 Magnum

Tribal warriors who faced an opposing Roman army in battle almost 2,000 years ago were stricken down by a hail of bullets as powerful as those in a modern handgun. That is the finding of research which analysed slingshot ammunition found at an archaeolog

today, 15:22 in Science &Technology
 

There really is such a thing as 'daddy's girl': Fathers are MORE attentive to their daughters than they are...

Fathers are more responsive to their daughters than to their sons, researchers found. As well as being more attentive, they are also more likely to sing to their daughters and use words associated with their body such as 'belly,' 'cheek,' 'face,' 'fat' a

today, 15:22 in Science &Technology
 

Wayne Rooney on verge of Manchester United exit as he claims: 'There's lots of offers on the table, both in...

Wayne Rooney has revealed that he is close to making a decision over his future and has not ruled out a return to Everton. Manchester United's all-time top scorer is almost certain to leave Old Trafford this summer after 13 years, with Wednesday's late a

today, 15:06 in Sport
 

I thought Kell Brook was making a mistake fighting Errol Spence... But it could turn out to be the fight of...

Another weekend and another massive stadium fight. Most in the world of boxing are calling Saturday's crunch IBF world title clash between Kell Brook and Errol Spence at Bramall Lane their fight of 2017. Around 27,000 will be there to witness a sporting

today, 15:06 in Sport
 

The best landmarks in the world revealed: Big Ben and the Golden Gate Bridge make the shortlist, but it's...

Cambodia’s 12th-century Angkor Wat has been revealed as the world's best-rated landmark in TripAdvisor's annual Travellers' Choice Awards. The best-rated U.S landmark is San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge - ranked No11 worldwide - while Big Ben came top

today, 14:56 in Travel
 

Say nuts! Nifty squirrels turn nature photographer into their subject as they get behind the camera

An animal photographer who is internationally renowned for his comical photos of squirrels found the roles reversed recently. Geert Weggen, 48, from Bispgarden, Sweden, noticed the critters were rather fascinated by his photography equipment so he decide

today, 14:56 in Travel
 

Celtic and Aberdeen cancel plans for victory celebrations if they win Scottish Cup final following terror...

Celtic and Aberdeen have both dropped plans for victory celebrations should they win the Scottish Cup Final in the wake of the terror attack in Manchester. The Scottish champions confirmed players and backroom staff will not be returning to Celtic Park o

today, 14:44 in Sport
 

Novak Djokovic practises with Andre Agassi ahead of French Open after adding the eight-time major king to...

Novak Djokovic and Andre Agassi were practising together on the courts of Roland Garros on Wednesday, just days after the former world No 1 confirmed the pair would work together at this year's French Open. Djokovic announced that the eight-time Grand Sl

today, 14:37 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho reveals he has 15 years left as a manager as he insists he's still a 'nobody' at Manchester...

Jose Mourinho believes he still has plenty left in the tank when it comes to management despite revealing that he feels like a 'nobody' at Manchester United. The Portuguese claimed the 25th trophy of his career and his third since joining United when his

today, 14:23 in Sport
 

Tottenham stars enjoy their post-season trip to the Far East as quartet leaves Seoul to link up with their...

Tottenham's Seoul quartet appear to be loving life on the club's promotional trip as they relaxed at a restaurant ahead of linking up with the rest of the squad in Hong Kong. Ben Davies posted a photo of himself, Kevin Wimmer, Kyle Walker and Heung-min S

today, 14:01 in Sport
 

James Ward-Prowse and Nathan Redmond return to England Under 21 training squad ahead of Euro 2017

James Ward-Prowse and Nathan Redmond have returned to the England Under 21s for a training camp ahead of Euro 2017. The Southampton pair earned their first senior caps against Germany in March and June's tournament in Poland will be their last appearance

today, 14:01 in Sport
 

Barry and Shane McGuigan provide a perfect insight into the Fight Game and prove boxing is all about...

On Wednesday night, the second of three half hour programmes was broadcast on BBC Ireland and then online called ‘Fight Game: The McGuigans’.  The show sees legendary former champion Barry and his son, boxing coach Shane, give us a warts and all insight

today, 14:01 in Sport
 

Even Italians are falling out of love with pasta: Sales have fallen by 2% due to growing trend of low-carb...

Even the Italians are giving up on pasta, mirroring a pattern seen in Britain, with the rise of 'carbophobia'. One in four Italians – 23 per cent - say they are limiting the amount of spaghetti they eat for health reasons. This matches the UK where carbo

today, 13:57 in Health
 

Arthritis may NOT be due to 'wear and tear': High-fibre diets reduce your risk of developing the condition...

High-fibre diets significantly reduce the risk of developing arthritis, according to new research. Those with the greatest fibre intake are up to 61 per cent less likely to develop the condition than those consuming the lowest amounts, a review of two st

today, 13:57 in Health
 

Syrian refugee, 32, is left in severe pain after swallowing his ENTIRE life savings before embarking on a...

A Syrian refugee who managed to reach safety in Europe was left in severe pain after swallowing his entire life savings. The unidentified man had ingested a packet of dollar bills before embarking on his treacherous journey to the Netherlands. Dutch doct

today, 13:57 in Health
 


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