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Fascinating language facts you didn't know

Language is a complex and fascinating part of our lives that has evolved century after century. We all use it in some form or another, and truly the way we use languages are endless. Language has come a long way from the days of our early ancestors; some have died, and others developed into the languages we know of today. So, want to discover some fascinating facts about languages, both past and present? Then check out this gallery.


Tucano Urbano Releases New Network 3G Jacket

No outdated network connectivity for this jacket, but rather, top-notch comfort and protection.


Best air fryer deals for Amazon Prime Day 2022 from Ninja, Tefal and more

Best air fryer deals for Amazon Prime Day 2022 from Ninja, Tefal and more - Home cooks: your time has come


Wimbledon 2022 restaurants, bars and pubs: Best food and drink near the All England Lawn Tennis Club

Wimbledon 2022 restaurants, bars and pubs: Best food and drink near the All England Lawn Tennis Club - Need a refuel after all that Centre Court action? Here’s where to head


Public invited to vote for Great British Railways HQ after shortlist of six contenders revealed

Public invited to vote for Great British Railways HQ after shortlist of six contenders revealed - Successor to British Rail will be located in Birmingham, Crewe, Derby, Doncaster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne or York


Holly Willoughby’s lemon print dress is perfect for your summer holiday

Holly Willoughby’s lemon print dress is perfect for your summer holiday - And even better, the ‘This Morning’ presenter’s floral print is currently on sale


Deadliest avalanches in history

As far as natural disasters go, avalanches often get overshadowed by tornadoes, earthquakes, or even a volcanic eruption. However, a bad avalanche can kill thousands, and can destroy entire towns and cities. Find out how devastating an avalanche can be by clicking through this gallery on the world's worst cases ever.


Off-peak travel: 10 places to visit in July

Newland's most populous and beautiful city, Auckland, is well known for its white-sand beaches, delicious seafood and stunning modern architecture. Also nicknamed the city of sails, harbor city is filled with white ferries and boats that sail to waterside suburbs and nearby islands. Head towards the sky tower to have panoramic views of the beautifu...


Best scenic mountain vistas around the world

Geneva is a city in Switzerland that overlooks a large body of water. It is famous for housing the headquarters of Europe's United Nations and the Red Cross. The city is also filled with numerous tourist spots to see as well as restaurants to dine at. Click here to explore more on Microsoft Travel.


The best UK beaches to have on your radar during the scorching July heatwave

Durdle Door, West Wittering, Whitley Bay, Whitsand Bay and Whitstable all made a list of the most beloved beaches according to research carried out by Premier Inn


Victoria and David Beckham celebrate 23rd wedding anniversary in Paris

The designer, 48, and the former footballer, 47, took to their respective Instagram Stories on Monday evening to give an insight into their intimate celebrations.


Meet the dogs that are banned around the world

When you're thinking about what kind of dog to get, most people go for the more obvious breeds, but some go for the ones with the reputation as "violent," and they often find out that it's actually restricted or banned in their home country. In fact, 52 countries have some form of breed-specific legislation, which is a type of law that prohibits or restricts particular breeds or types of dog. They range from outright banning the possession of these dogs (with threat of putting them down), to restrictions and conditions on ownership, including things like what age a person can be to own one, and the requirement of a short leash, a muzzle, registration, insurance, sterilization, microchip implants, or even tattoo. These laws were born out of a number of fatalities or maulings, and so they presume specific breeds to be dangerous or vicious. Naturally, there has been some backlash, but nonetheless there remain restrictions in place. Click through to see the most popularly banned or restricted dogs around the world.


Emotional moment man, 56, meets his older sister on Long Lost Family

Martin, 56, who has spent the last 20 years living in the South of France after growing up in Britain, was told by his adoptive parents that he was 'abandoned on the streets' as a baby.


Piers Morgan slams 'trans activist mob' as Macy Gray says 'surgery doesn't make a woman'

Macy Gray has been dubbed "transphobic" after she told Piers Morgan on his TalkTV show: "Just because you go change your [body] parts, doesn’t make you a woman, sorry."


The biggest Christian hoaxes of all time

There are many examples of hoaxes throughout history. These range from basic, almost funny attempts of deception, to others that are indeed quite elaborate. But things can get even more interesting when we add religion into the mix; more specifically, Christianity. Over centuries, there have been numerous Christian hoaxes, and in this gallery we bring you some of the most impactful. Click through and get to know the biggest Christian hoaxes of all time.


UK's top 10 best pub walks to enjoy this summer with spectacular views

Best pub walks in the UK including Sussex, Yorkshire, Pembrokeshire, the Lake District and more - we take a look at the scenic walking trails in Britain to bookmark


OnlyFans farmer fronting glam new show Model Farmers starring Love Island alums

Becky Houze - who is known as 'the Jersey Cowgirl' - appeared on Countryfile last night but she was already known to thousands of people online through her Instagram account and OnlyFans profile


New Covid subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 are the most contagious yet – and driving Australia’s third Omicron wave

Australia is heading for its third Omicron wave in the coming weeks, as BA.4 and BA.5 become the dominant Covid strains. BA.4 and BA.5 are more infectious than previous Covid variants and subvariants, and are better able to evade immunity from vaccines and previous infections. So we’re likely to see a rise in case numbers. So what are BA.4 and BA.5? And what can we expect in this next phase of the pandemic? How did it start? BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3...


Socotra—an unworldly island in the Arabian Sea

Remote and isolated, the Socotra archipelago is often described as the "most alien-looking place on Earth." The islands, part of Yemen, are scattered in the Arabian Sea, with Socotra, the largest island, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But while once a discerning destination for hardcore adventure tourists, visitor numbers have dwindled since the outbreak of the Yemeni civil war in 2014. Browse this gallery and get an idea of what this unworldly island looks like.


Leonardo DiCaprio cuts a casual figure as he leaves a party in Malibu

Leonardo DiCaprio kept a low profile on Monday as he stepped out in Malibu, California. The 47-year-old Titanic star went under the radar in a black baseball cap, shades, and a face mask.


Key moments that rocked the classical music world

Classical music enjoys a worldwide following, with millions familiar with the works of Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and other composers responsible for producing some of the greatest music of the Western world. But in what exactly is classical music rooted, how did it evolve, and who are the individuals responsible for its most daring and radical innovations? Compose yourself and tune in for key moments that rocked the classical music world.


Kate Middleton shown taking Camilla’s cover image in behind-the-scenes photo

Kate Middleton shown taking Camilla’s cover image in behind-the-scenes photo - Publication described the Duchess as a ‘consummate professional’


The ES Shopping Shortlist: What to shop, know and see in July 2022

The ES Shopping Shortlist: What to shop, know and see in July 2022 - The hot-off-the-press launches to know this summer


Myrkl's £1 hangover pill: How does 'breakthrough' tablet work?

Myrkl's £1 hangover pill: How does 'breakthrough' tablet work? -


Il Sereno hotel review: Modern luxury on the shores of Lake Como

Il Sereno hotel review: Modern luxury on the shores of Lake Como - HOTEL REVIEW: Laura Hampson discovers that Italy’s famed body of water really does live up to the hype with a stay at one of its more contemporary lodgings


How long it takes to see results from a new workout routine, according to a fitness expert

How long it takes to see results from a new workout routine, according to a fitness expert - Staying consistent, sleeping well, and eating balanced meals all play a key role


Frankie Bridge has found the perfect summer dress for wedding season

Frankie Bridge wowed her Instagram followers in the most flattering cut-out dress from New Look - and the high street dress is perfect for summer weddings


Kate Middleton seen photographing Camilla for Country LIfe

A behind-the-scenes royal photo shows Kate Middleton snapping Camilla for the cover of Country Life magazine, in a shot taken at Camilla's country retreat in Wiltshire.


Best weight loss apps to help you reach your goals, from Able to Noom

Best weight loss apps to help you reach your goals, from Able to Noom - Download now to kickstart your journey


Impressive aerial photographs showing the Earth's beauty

The planet looks pretty amazing from up high. From rugged stretches of the coast to scenic national parks, many spots take on a whole new dimension when the camera is pointed downwards. We've picked some of our favorite aerial shots that capture the Earth from new heights.


The 8 best places to visit in August

Biarritz is a city on the Bay of Biscay, on the Atlantic coast in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in the French Basque Country in southwestern France. It is located 35 kilometres from the border with Spain. It is a luxurious seaside tourist destination known for the Hôtel du Palais, its casinos and its surfing culture. Click here to explore mor...


Don’t sweat it: 5 reasons why your sweaty armpits are a healthy sign

Many Brits find sweating to be a serious source of embarrassment, but health experts have revealed this bodily function has a positive impact on our bodies


Simba launches epic Summer Sale with up to 55% off selected products

Shoppers can rest easy at night with some amazing savings on sleep products this summer from Simba


Best fake tans for pale skin to give you that summer glow

Best fake tans for pale skin to give you that summer glow - Don’t stand out this summer with pale pins


Celebrity deaths that shocked us all

The loss of an adored celebrity is never easy, especially when their passing came way too soon. Some of these stars were privately battling health issues, while others were killed or accidentally overdosed. No matter the exact cause, their sudden deaths left us all in shock. Click through this gallery to see the stars whose sudden passing shocked us all.


Clemence Poesy, Leslie Mann and Taraji P. Henson attend Chanel show

Dressed to impress for the show, French actress Clemence, 39, turned heads in a scarlet leather co-ord, teaming a boxy jacket with flared shorts that highlighted her pins.


Could you land a plane in an emergency?

In early May 2022 a single passenger named Darren Harrison was left to fly the light aircraft he was traveling in after the pilot lost consciousness. He landed successfully after following "talk-down" over-the-radio procedures jointly issued from an air traffic controller and a flight instructor on the ground. His was not the only example of such a scenario, with CNN reporting of at least three other occasions when passengers have been left in life or death situations where the only choice open to them is to take the controls and land a plane themselves. But what's involved in a "talk down," and would you have the nerve and powers of concentration to fly yourself out of such a frightening situation? Click through and find out what it takes to get a plane down in a panic.


Dior debuts couture collection inspired by Ukrainian artist

Dior debuts couture collection inspired by Ukrainian artist - The collection represents ‘womankind, the continuation of life and a bright future’


Psychologist reveals 9 signs you may be an overthinker

Birmingham chartered psychologist Dr Lalitaa Suglani (not pictured) has revealed nine signs you may be an overthinker.


Best lengthening mascaras for long and defined lashes

Best lengthening mascaras for long and defined lashes - Long, luscious lashes are just a swipe away


Kiln restaurant to host two of Thailand’s top chefs for pop-up menu

Kiln restaurant to host two of Thailand’s top chefs for pop-up menu - The two-day collaboration will focus on the bold flavours of the country’s Isaan region


August is peak season for Europe. The 10 can't-miss spots to visit

San Sebastián or Donostia is a coastal city and municipality located in the Basque Autonomous Community, Spain. It lies on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, 20 km from the French border. The capital city of Gipuzkoa, the municipality's population is 186,095, with its metropolitan area reaching 436,500 . Locals call themselves donostiarra, both in Spa...


Best shampoos for men tried and tested: From anti-dandruff to combatting thinning

Best shampoos for men tried and tested: From anti-dandruff to combatting thinning - From thickening to moisturising, we’ve rounded up a selection of shampoos to suit every hair type


OPINION - Let’s make like the French and take the entire month of August off work

Let’s make like the French and take the entire month of August off work -


Victoria Beckham puts on a cosy display with husband David in Venice

The designer, 48, and the former footballer, 47, looked as loved-up as ever as they walked through the Italian city hand-in-hand after arriving on the lavish train on Tuesday.


A holiday you'll dig: The joys of a metal detecting break in Suffolk

The farmhouse, Butley Abbey, is near Sutton Hoo of The Dig fame. Max Davidson checks in and spends two days sweeping for treasure, which he finds 'ludicrous but exhilarating'.


Are you brave enough for the world's highest attractions?

Offering soaring views, high-end luxury and knee-trembling thrills, these lofty man-made structures, sky-high venues, towering rides and immense natural wonders leave visitors feeling well and truly on top of the world. Would you tackle the world's tallest attractions?


GMB's Susanna Reid heartbroken as dad of murdered boy begs for law change

Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid was nearly moved to tears as the father of murdered child Logan Mwangi begged for a change in the law after his son was killed by Logan's mother, stepfather and a teenager


Beautiful buildings built for the World's Fair

Although the very first World's Fair was organized in Prague in 1791 to celebrate the coronation of Leopold II, it wasn't until the Great Exhibition held in London in 1851, that this incredible event came into the mainstream. Hosted at regular intervals since then, each fair was designed to bring together and showcase the achievements of different nations – an ethos that continues today. Here, we take a look at some of the most famous and influential buildings still standing today.