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More than 50 people battled to exhaustion trying to save a massive whale beached in Nicaragua Friday morning, though their efforts were sadly in vain. They had spent the day discussing and testing various strategies with local police and environmental authorities. The whale was estimated at at least 59 feet in length and may have been a humpback.

'They spent their life looking at Keith Richards passed out on the couch': Jerry Hall reveals how Mick Jagger's Rolling Stones bandmate put their children off drink and drugs forever

The former model (pictured left with daughter Georgia May) said her children with the Mick Jagger - Elizabeth, 30, James, 29, Georgia May, 22 and 16-year-old Gabriel - are 'grounded' unlike other celebrity offspring. Asked why they have not been known for alcohol and substance abuse, she told The Times : 'Well, my kids are just very grounded, that's just never been an issue. I mean they spent their life looking at Keith Richards passed out on the couch, you know.'

'Syrian hero boy' footage is FAKE: Norwegian director admits that film of youngster dodging sniper fire to rescue girl was actually shot on Gladiator film set using professional actors

Norwegian filmmakers have today revealed that a video that appeared to show a heroic Syrian boy risking his life (main) was in fact shot on location in Malta using professional actors (pictured inset with crew). Lars Klevberg, a director based in Oslo, said that he wrote the script after watching news coverage of the ongoing conflict in Syria. The 34-year-old explained that he wanted to present the film as reality in order to spark a debate about children living in conflict zones. He added that he was not uncomfortable about potentially deceiving millions of people with the video - which has been viewed more than 3.6million times on YouTube.

We ALL won the lottery! On it's 20th anniversary, a winner for every year of the Lottery. So how did they spend it?

In the 20 years since the first National Lottery millionaire was announced these winners - one for every year - explain how they spent their cash. Among the winners are Deana Sampson, who was living in a council house when she won more than £5million in 1996 and 58-year-old Elaine Thompson, who said the best thing about winning £2.7million in 1995 is that her son and daughter were able to go to university. While 2010 winner Thea Bristow reveals the first thing she bought with her £15million fortune was a food processor.

Revealed: The shocking 'checklist' for picking up women posted online by American 'dating guru' who ministers want banned from Britain

Julien Blanc (bottom left) posted the image - originally meant as chart to help women identify when they are being abused - along with the message 'may as well be a checklist... #HowToMakeHerStay.' The image has since been removed and Blanc's feed has been hidden from public view. A petition calling for him to be banned from coming to the UK at the end of this month has already topped 120,000 signatures, while minister Lynne Featherstone (bottom right) and shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper have also called for him to be denied entry.

Kate's sadness over death of 12-year-old cancer patient she met as his mother reveals how her son was inspired by personal letter from Duchess praising his 'strength of character'

The Duchess of Cambridge spent time with leukemia patient Fabian Bate, then aged nine, when she and William attended the opening of a new children's wing at the hospital in 2011 (left). Shortly after the visit, Catherine, 32, penned a hand-signed letter to the young boy that spoke movingly of how she had been touched by his 'strength of character' and 'positive energy' (inset). Today his parents (pictured right with Fabian and their daughters in 2011) have revealed how their son, who died at home on Tuesday, was drew strength from her words in the years since their meeting.

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