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Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn flees £65million corruption charges in Japan

Car boss won't face the music: Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn flees £65million corruption charges in Japan by sneaking out of the country locked inside a musical instrument caseCarlos Ghosn managed to flee from underneath noses of Japanese authoritiesThe 65-year-old was awaiting trial in Tokyo over £65million corruption chargesEven his lawyer, Junichiro Hironaka, said he was 'dumbfounded' by the events By James Salmon for the Daily Mail
Published: 23:18 GMT, 31 December 2019 | Updated: 23:22 GMT, 31 December 2019

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A disgraced former car industry titan was last night suspected of hiding in a double bass case to escape house arrest in Japan before fleeing to Lebanon in a private jet.
In an astonishing plot twist worthy of a James Bond blockbuster, Carlos Ghosn, the former boss of Nissan and Renault, managed to flee from underneath the noses of Japanese authorities.
The 65-year-old, who was awaiting trial in Tokyo over £65million corruption charges, disappeared from his luxury apartment in the Japanese capital despite it being under surveillance.
Stringent conditions on his freedom, such as a £10million bail payment and handing in his three passports, seem to have made no difference as Mr Ghosn flew into Beirut unchallenged, claiming not to have escaped but to have fled 'injustice and political persecution'.
Ghosn and second wife, Carole, celebrate their 2016 wedding with her children Tara, Daniel and Anthony
Speculation emerged in the Lebanese media that the diminutive Mr Ghosn, thought to be around 5ft 7in, was wheeled out of the property in a box for 'a large musical instrument', such as a double bass or drum.
A Gregorian music band were seen entering his apartment on Sunday, apparently to set up ahead of a New Year's Eve performance. There was speculation others who entered posing as band members may have actually been members of a security firm which aided Mr Ghosn's journey.
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RUTH SUNDERLAND examines the series of events that brought down Carlos Ghosn 

Luxury homes and Versailles wedding that led to downfall: RUTH SUNDERLAND examines the series of events that brought down former Nissan and Renault boss Carlos GhosnBy Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail
Published: 23:20 GMT, 31 December 2019 | Updated: 23:21 GMT, 31 December 2019
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The story of Carlos Ghosn is one of hubris followed by nemesis – and, as rumours swirl that he made his escape from Japan hidden inside an instrument case, a tinge of black comedy.
In his pomp, the 65-year-old led a motor-manufacturing empire that included the Japanese giants Nissan and Mitsubishi, along with Renault of France.
He enjoyed all the trappings of a globe-trotting executive. Multi-million-pound pay packet? Tick. Travel by private jet? Tick. Blonde, couture-clad second wife? Tick.
He also availed himself of a string of luxury homes, which would figure heavily in his eventual downfall. But this seemingly charmed life came to an abrupt end in November 2018 after his Gulfstream jet was swarmed by Japanese prosecutors when it landed at Tokyo airport.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn (pictured last year) said he had fled to Lebanon to escape injustice in Japan, where he was on bail awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges
Instead of savouring the meal he'd planned with one of his daughters, Maya, and her boyfriend at a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant, he found himself bundled off to a tiny cell.
Ghosn achieved the remarkable feat of becoming a hero in Japan, where foreign business leaders are a rare breed. He was drafted in to rescue Nissan in 1999, which at the time was groaning under debts amounting to billions of yen.
After he helped to orchestrate a bailout by Renault, the two car-makers embarked on a partnership, later joined by Mitsubishi. Ghosn chaired all three.
Aspiring salarymen imitated his suits and shades and the Emperor Akihito gave him a blue ribbon medal, the first time it had been awarded to a foreign business leader.
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Marine Corp commanders were warned about faulty equipment before crash killed six service members

Marine Corp commanders were 'warned about faulty equipment, insufficient training and low morale within fighter squadron' but instead blamed soldiers after refueling plane crash off the Japanese coast killed six service membersOn December 6, 2018, a Marine fighter jet and refueling plane crashed into Pacific, killing five Marines on board the tanker and one F/A-18 Hornet pilotAn initial investigation revealed neither aircraft suffered a malfunction and the conduct of Marines in the aircraft was to blame But ProPublica obtained emails and memos showing that senior officers were warned months in advance of problems with Fighter Attack Squadron 242Senior commanders were told that pilots lacked adequate training time and that the equipment was faulty Kevin Herrmann, 38; James Brophy, 36; Maximo Flores, 27; Daniel Baker, 21; William Ross, 21; and Jahmar Resilard, 28, died in the accidentResilard was the pilot of the Hornet fighter jet that rammed into the KC-130 Hercules aerial tanker during a mid-air nighttime refueling operationsProPublica found that the location beacon on Resilard's seat malfunctioned when he hit the water, preventing him from being rescued on time By Ariel Zilber For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:34 GMT, 30 December 2019 | Updated: 22:48 GMT, 30 December 2019

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Senior Marine Corps commanders ignored repeated pleas for upgraded equipment, training and manpower in the weeks and months leading up to a deadly midair collision that killed six soldiers off the Japanese coast in December of last year, according to a report.
Two Marine Corps war planes – a KC-130 Hercules aerial tanker and a F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet – collided on December 6, 2018 about 200 miles off the coast of Japan's Shikoku island, leading to the death of six Marines.
In the devastating crash all five Marines on the KC-130J warplane died including Lt. Col. Kevin Herrmann, 38, of New Bern, North Carolina; Maj. James Brophy, 36, of Staatsburg, N..

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Kim Kardashian posts pic of herself in the makeup chair as she plugs her KKW cosmetic line

Kim Kardashian posts pic of herself in the makeup chair as the reality TV star plugs her KKW cosmetic lineBy David Lawrance For Dailymail.com and Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com
Published: 20:11 GMT, 30 December 2019 | Updated: 20:11 GMT, 30 December 2019

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She's got a new clothing line and a thriving reality TV career.
But it was Kim Kardashian's cosmetics business, KKW Beauty, that the 39-year-old was busy promoting on Monday.
The mother-of-four shared a snap of herself having her own makeup line applied, for the benefit of her 155million Instagram followers, while notifying them of a sale on her products.
Selling it: Kim Kardashian shared a snap of herself having her own makeup line applied, for the benefit of her 155million Instagram followers, while notifying them of a sale on her products on Monday
It comes just one day after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star took to Instagram with a busty promotional post.
No doubt she drummed up plenty of hype for the temporary markdowns on her products as she flaunted her cleavage in a low-cut top.
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Kim may have been showing off her beauty products but now doubt her followers were focused on her stunning display in a clinging black off-the-shoulder number.
Her long brunette tresses were worn down in a middle-part as she complemented her looks with shiny nude lip.
Wow factor: The 39-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to promote her latest sale on the Kim Kardashian West Beauty cosmetics line
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Kei Nishikori follows Andy Murray and becomes latest big name to pull out of Australian Open

Kei Nishikori becomes latest big name to pull out of Australian Open with elbow injury after Andy Murray puts comeback on holdKei Nishikori has also withdrawn from the ATP Cup which starts next weekThe Japanese player required minor elbow surgery in the off-seasonThe world No.13 follows Andy Murray in withdrawing from the Australian Open Murray stated the reason for his withdrawal was due to an injury 'setback' By Associated Press
Published: 08:45 GMT, 30 December 2019 | Updated: 08:45 GMT, 30 December 2019

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A day after Andy Murray put his Grand Slam comeback on hold, Japan's Kei Nishikori has become the latest high-profile player to withdraw from next month's Australian Open, citing a right elbow injury.
Tennis Australia issued a statement on Monday saying Nishikori had withdrawn from the season-opening major at Melbourne Park and from the ATP Cup, a new international men's team event which starts next week and will be played in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane.
The world No.13, who has not played since a third-round loss to Australia's Alex de Minaur at the U.S. Open, required minor elbow surgery in the off-season.
Kei Nishikori has become the latest player to withdraw from next month's Australian Open
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'Today, together with my team, we have made this decision as I am still not 100 per cent ready (or) healthy to compete at the highest level,' Nishikori said.
'This decision was not taken lightly as Australia is one of my favorite places to compete.
'Together with my team I will keep working hard to be back on court as soon as possible. Thanks..

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Kim Kardashian flaunts cleavage in black off-the-shoulder number as she plugs sale for cosmetic line

Kim Kardashian flaunts cleavage in black off-the-shoulder number as she plugs sale for her cosmetic lineBy Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com
Published: 06:49 GMT, 30 December 2019 | Updated: 06:49 GMT, 30 December 2019

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She has maintained relevance since 2007 and has become quite the entrepreneur in the process.
So Kim Kardashian certainly knows that sex sells.
The 39-year-old reality star took to Instagram on Sunday to promote her latest sale on the Kim Kardashian West Beauty cosmetics line.
Wow factor: Kim Kardashian took to Instagram on Sunday to promote her latest sale on the Kim Kardashian West Beauty cosmetics line
No doubt she drummed up plenty of hype for the temporary markdowns on her products as she flaunted her cleavage in a low-cut top.
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Kim may have been showing off her beauty products but now doubt her followers were focused on her stunning display in a clinging black off-the-shoulder number.
Her long brunette tresses were worn down in a middle-part as she complemented her looks with shiny nude lip.
'50% off sitewide': No doubt the 39-year-old reality star drummed up plenty of hype for the temporary markdowns on her products as she flaunted her cleavage in a low-cut top
She captioned the image: 'Shop your favorite #KKWBEAUTY essentials now and receive up to 50% off sitewide. Ends 01.01 at 11:59PM PST only at KKWBEAUTY.COM'

This came just a day after she said that her eldest daughter North 'is so helpful' with her younger brothers and sisters in a sweet flashback photo shared to Instagram on Saturday…

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Kim Kardashian says little North ‘is so helpful’ as her daughter feeds baby Psalm in flashback photo

Kim Kardashian says little North 'is so helpful' as her six-year-old daughter feeds baby Psalm a bottle in sweet flashback photoBy Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com
Published: 17:05 GMT, 28 December 2019 | Updated: 17:07 GMT, 28 December 2019

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She's reminiscing on the past as she looks ahead to the future.
And Kim Kardashian said that little North 'is so helpful' with her younger brothers and sisters in a sweet flashback photo shared to Instagram on Saturday.
The 39-year-old reality star shared a snap of her six-year-old daughter feeding baby Psalm a bottle from when he was just a little guy.
Cuties: Kim Kardashian said that little North 'is so helpful' with her younger brothers and sisters in a sweet flashback photo shared to Instagram on Saturday
North carefully positioned her arm for Psalm to relax as she perfectly held a bottle to feed her baby brother.
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The fashionable youngster rocked a plush Juicy velour jacket and wore her hair in braids as she relaxed among a bevy of pillows.
She captioned the snap: 'Flashback to when Psalm was so little. My baby Northie is so helpful. How are my babies getting so big.'
Back in time: Just the day before, Kim appeared nostalgic for vacation as she shared a throwback photo of baby Chicago while on holiday in Tokyo
Good times: The KKW Beauty founder is likely enjoying a bit of down time as she recovers from a whirlwind season with her famous family
Just the day before, Kim appeared nostalgic for vacation as she shared a throwback photo of baby Chicago while on holiday in Tokyo.
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Why centenarians abound in Dominica, the location for the Pirates Of The Caribbean films

Inside the live-longer isle: Centenarians abound in Dominica thanks to its healthy diet, glorious climate – and a pace of life that would make anyone want to live for everDominica was chosen as the location for the Pirates Of The Caribbean films At the last count there were 27 centenarians there — nearly 4 per 10,000 peopleMark Porter paid the island a visit, in search of the font of wellness By Mark Porter For The Daily Mail
Published: 13:44 GMT, 28 December 2019 | Updated: 13:44 GMT, 28 December 2019

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Perhaps living to a ripe old age is your aim. Then why not leave your medicine chest behind and move to Dominica? This Caribbean island has the highest number of centenarians in the world, and it was from here that the oldest person ever hailed.
Born in 1875, Ma Pampo died in 2003, aged 128. She didn’t retire until she was 104. Her next-door neighbour was 118, and at one stage there were four centenarians in the same street.
At the last count there were 27 centenarians — that’s nearly four per 10,000 of population, 50 per cent higher than the next old-age market leader, Japan, and three times as many as in Britain and the U.S.
Dominica, pictured, has the highest number of centenarians in the world, and it was from here that the oldest person ever hailed
With this in mind, I took myself off to the so-called Nature Isle of the Caribbean to sample a lifestyle that has thus far eluded me. Dominica, a 290-square-mile parcel of perfection, is one of those places so blessed with natural looks that it was chosen as the location for the Pirates Of The Caribbean films, and outshone Johnny Depp as the star.
And from this fertile soil springs one of the main sources of longevity: a healthy diet. You can practically hear the plants growing.
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North Korean ‘ghost boat’ washes ashore in Japan

'Ghost boat' washes ashore in Japan carrying two heads and five skeletons 'of North Koreans desperate to escape Kim Jong-Un's evil regime'Police discovered the remains of five people on the coast of Sado island, Japan The dismembered heads of two people, and five bodies were found in a boatAuthorities are yet to confirm whether the heads belong to the torsos Gruesome haul was found in a wooden ship with North Korean writing on it By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline
Published: 12:32 GMT, 28 December 2019 | Updated: 12:36 GMT, 28 December 2019

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Japanese police found the remains of at least five people in a wooden boat suspected to be from North Korea on the coast of one of Japan's outlying islands on Saturday, a Coast Guard official said.
Police made the discovery in the wooden boat's stem around 9:30 am (00:30 GMT) on Saturday on Sado island, which is off the coast of Japan's northwestern prefecture of Niigata, Coast Guard official Kei Chinen said.
Police found the heads of two persons, as well as five bodies, Chinen said, adding that the cause of death is under investigation.
Japanese broadcaster NHK said the remains were 'partially skeletonized,' suggesting the victims may have been at sea for a long time.
Image shows the broken North Korean boat that has been discovered carrying the dismembered corpses of a group of people off the coast of Sado island in Japan. Police are currently unaware as to whether the heads belong to the bodies
The official could not immediately confirm whether the heads belonged to the five bodies or were from two other people, saying that is being investigated.
The wooden boat had letters and numbers written in Korean on its outside, he added.
A police officer first spotted the wooden boat on Friday afternoon. Police waited until Saturday before entering it due to unstable weather.
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Kim Kardashian shares a throwback photo of baby Chicago while on family holiday in Tokyo

Kim Kardashian shares a throwback photo of baby Chicago playing in the park while on family holiday in TokyoBy Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:51 GMT, 27 December 2019 | Updated: 22:51 GMT, 27 December 2019

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They traveled around the world earlier this year for a family holiday in Japan.
And Kim Kardashian appeared nostalgic for the vacation as she shared a sweet throwback photo of baby Chicago to Instagram on Friday afternoon.
The 39-year-old reality star is likely enjoying a bit of down time as she recovers from a whirlwind season with her famous family.
Back in time: Kim Kardashian appeared nostalgic for the vacation as she shared a sweet throwback photo of baby Chicago to Instagram on Friday afternoon
Kim was joined on the trip by her husband, Kanye West, and their four children: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.
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She wasn't too far from any family as older sister Kourtney tagged along with her three children: Mason, Penelope and Reign.
Chicago was ready for anything wearing a pair of grey sweatpants with a classic black denim jacket.
Good times: The 39-year-old reality star is likely enjoying a bit of down time as she recovers from a whirlwind season with her famous family
Playground fun: Kim was joined on the trip by her husband, Kanye West, and their four children: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm
The famous family blew off a little steam together at an outdoor playground before touring museums in Tokyo.
Kim reveled in the vacation just days after her brood's annual elaborate Christmas Eve festivities.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star rocked a custom made Dior gown with brown alligator l..

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Sam Underhill and Tom Curry set for on-field reunion as Bath host Sale

Kamikaze Kids set for on-field reunion as Bath host Sale with Sam Underhill and Tom Curry to take centre stage after starring at Rugby World CupSam Underhill and Tom Curry were stars of England 2019 Rugby World Cup They will be on opposite sides on Saturday when Bath host Sale in Premiership Sportsmail spoke their directors of rugby about the battle of the breakdown By Will Kelleher For Mailonline and Nik Simon for MailOnline
Published: 22:34 GMT, 27 December 2019 | Updated: 22:34 GMT, 27 December 2019

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The Kamikaze Kids Tom Curry and Sam Underhill were partners in crime for England in Japan, but this Saturday will be on opposite sides as Sale travel to Bath.
At just 21 and 23 respectively they are a formidable pair of flankers the envy of the world. Curry was nominated for World Player of the Year after a fine World Cup and Underhill destroyed the All Blacks with his destructive tackling in Yokohama.
But now facing each other, how do they match up? Sportsmail asked their directors of rugby to assess Saturday’s battle of the breakdown.
England team-mates Tom Curry (L) and Sam Underhill (R) will meet when Bath host Sale
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STEVE DIAMOND – SALE DIRECTOR OF RUGBY, ON TOM CURRY
TOM CURRY Age: 21
Weight: 16st 7lbs
Height: 6ft 1in
Club: Sale Sharks
Position: Flanker
Caps: 19
SUPER-STAT – 480 MINS played at the World Cup, meaning he played every second of England’s campaign in Japan across the six matches as their youngest ever forward at the global tournament.
I first met Tom and Ben Curry as 15 year olds at Oundle School and through our academy programme.
They were very good up and coming players at that age, obvious..

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North Korea missile launch scare is false alarm

North Korea missile launch scare: Japanese broadcaster sparks false alarm by reporting 'Christmas surprise' then retracting it minutes laterBy Tim Stickings For Mailonline
Published: 15:58 GMT, 26 December 2019 | Updated: 16:04 GMT, 26 December 2019

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A Japanese broadcaster sparked a false alarm on the Korean peninsula today by mistakenly reporting a North Korean missile launch.
NHK's Boxing Day news alert claimed that a missile had landed in the Pacific Ocean 1,200 miles of Hokkaido, Japan.
It appeared to confirm fears of a North Korean 'Christmas surprise' which Pyongyang had warned was coming.
But the Japanese network retracted the claim just minutes later.
A Japanese broadcaster sparked a false alarm on the Korean peninsula today by mistakenly reporting a North Korean missile launch (pictured: Pyongyang strongman Kim Jong-un)
Christmas Day had passed without incident despite Pyongyang's warnings of a 'gift' to America, possibly a new long-range missile test.
President Trump had laughed off the warning on Christmas Eve, saying that North Korean strongman Kim Jong-un could have been planning to give him a 'nice present' such as a 'beautiful vase'.
Nuclear talks between the US and North Korea have been stalled since a February summit between Trump and Kim fell apart.
More to follow.

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Girl is given a ‘huggable hero’ doll of her Navy father

'Dadda!': Adorable moment little girl is given a 'huggable hero' doll of her Navy father to comfort her while he is stationed overseasNatalie Helsel, from Florida, smiles with delight when she is given the toyShe throws packaging out of box before delving inside and retrieving the doll Mother Katie watches on as her daughter gives the toy a tight squeeze and kiss By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline
Published: 19:20 GMT, 23 December 2019 | Updated: 19:28 GMT, 23 December 2019

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This is the the heartwarming moment a little girl smiles with glee when she is given a special doll of her U.S. Navy father who is stationed overseas in Japan.
The footage, which was captured in Jacksonville, Florida, shows 19-month-old Natalie Helsel hug and kiss the special navy doll after her mother Katie asks her to open a mystery box in their home.
An excited Natalie throws the packaging out of the box before delving inside and retrieving the toy that has a picture of her father Richard printed on it.
Natalie Helsel, from Jacksonville, Florida, smiles with delight when she is presented with a special navy doll of her father Richard
The little girl, whose father is stationed overseas in Japan, is told by her mother Katie to open a large brown box in their home
After pulling all the packaging out of the box, Natalie finds the cushioned toy at the bottom and pulls it out
During the clip, which was filmed on December 15, the young girl opens the large brown box and pulls packaging out of it.
She finds the cushioned toy at the bottom of the box and is asked by her mother: 'What's that? Turn it around. Look. Who's on there?'
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Beauty Therapy: These glow-getters won’t disappoint 

Beauty Therapy: These glow-getters won’t disappointBy Edwina Ings-chambers For You Magazine
Published: 00:02 GMT, 22 December 2019 | Updated: 00:02 GMT, 22 December 2019
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My complexion loves them – and yours will, too
My complexion loves them
The following anecdote is not intended to be remotely boastful but recently I lost track of the number of compliments I was receiving about my skin.
Even people who are not remotely prone to remark on my complexion started dropping it into conversation and asking what I was doing. The answer – and the only thing that I was doing differently – was that I was trialling Shiseido Future Solution LX Legendary Enmei Ultimate Luminance Serum.
This stuff lives up to its name. I radiated dewy glowishness for weeks on end. It was as though someone had switched on a light deep in my epidermis. More than that, my skin felt firmer, looked plumper. I just looked fresher all round. Now all of this is thanks to some Shiseido research and ingredients such as the enmei herb in its name (harvested at the foot of a sacred mountain in Japan – really! – and hand-picked on an auspicious day, it’s known for its powers of renewal). The serum also, and here’s the catch, comes with a hefty price tag: £395 for 30ml. Using it twice a day, it lasted me for about two months.
Now I’m not saying that you have to pay a fortune to find good skincare. But I also can’t deny that this serum worked brilliantly and my face looked much better for it. Besides, sometimes it’s nice to have a bit of full-on luxury. It smells good, too – rose, plum blossom and lotus – because of the brand’s belief in the beneficial power of fragrance. And if I was going to really splurge (or ask someone else to) on a skincare product this would be it.
Shiseido Future Solution LX Legendary Enmei Ultimate Luminance Serum and Wildsmith Active Repair Platinum Booster
Since I’m on the luxury track – and if you’re looking to splash out on some gifting – then I’ve als..

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Dan Robson is happy to be fit and firing after a horror year dashed his World Cup hopes 

'It went from a tight calf to a cancer scare': Dan Robson is happy to be fit and firing after a horror year dashed his World Cup hopesRobson has not felt sorry for himself about his medical emergencyRobson missed out on place in England's World Cup during the summer A calf strain turned out to be DVT, which had spread from his leg to his lungs He will play for Wasps against Harlequins in front of a big crowd on Saturday By Chris Foy for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:31 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 22:33 GMT, 20 December 2019

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Dan Robson would be entitled to harbour a sense of injustice but he does not. A ‘freak’ case of deep vein thrombosis undermined his World Cup hopes, but it didn’t end his career — and the scare gave him fresh perspective.
On Saturday, the Wasps scrum-half will play against Harlequins in front of a big crowd at the Ricoh Arena, in a crucial Premiership fixture for his club. He may not have made it to Japan with the national team, but he is back doing what he loves.
Robson, 27, has not felt sorry for himself about the medical emergency which halted his involvement in England’s last Six Nations campaign. He recognises that it could have been far worse.
Wasps scrum-half Dan Robson will play against Harlequins in front of a big crowd on Saturday
A week ago, club-mate Alex Rieder was forced to retire prematurely, following a long and painful battle to recover from a savage knee injury.
Last year Sam Jones, another Wasps back-rower, had to quit after failing to recover from breaking his right leg and ankle.
So, Robson sees his own glass half-full but it was still quite some ordeal. A calf strain turned out to be DVT, which had spread from his lower leg to his lungs. He was told that he shouldn’t have even been walking, let alone running around at Twickenham, belatedly winning his first two Test caps.
The 27-year-old has not felt sorry for himself about the medical emergency in the summer
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Daniel Dubois out to enjoy a fast show against Kyotaro Fujimoto at London’s Copper Box Arena

Daniel Dubois out to enjoy a fast show against Kyotaro Fujimoto at London's Copper Box ArenaDubois is primed to make another knockout campaign statement with his fists He expects to flatten Japan’s first heavyweight contender on Saturday nightAbsolute dedication is rocketing him towards a world title shot within a yearBy Jeff Powell For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:16 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 22:16 GMT, 20 December 2019

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While the world leaders of heavyweight boxing continue their verbal jousting on social media, the south Londoner who is heir apparent is primed to make another knockout campaign statement with his fists.
Daniel Dubois expects to flatten Japan’s first heavyweight contender, Kyotaro Fujimoto, at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Olympic Park on Saturday night.
So he should, even though this is but the 14th professional fight for the dynamite puncher from Dulwich, who is just 22.
Absolute dedication is rocketing Daniel Dubois towards a world title shot within a year
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Absolute dedication to boxing — ‘train, sleep, eat, train again, go home to the family,’ is how he describes his life — is rocketing Dubois towards a world title shot within a year.
That will mean challenging the likes of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder .
‘I’m ready,’ says Dubois. ‘Next weekend if they fancy it. My dream has always been to become the undisputed world heavyweight champion.The sooner I get started on the belts the better.’
His eccentric opponent — a former world champion kick-boxer who has his hair cut in the shape and colours of the Japanese flag — threatens: ‘This is my big chance. I’ll take the triumph home to m..

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Dining out and buying lots of sweets and alcohol gives a higher carbon footprints than MEAT eating

Families that eat out at restaurants and consume large amounts of sweets and alcohol are likely to have a higher carbon footprint than MEAT eaters, study claimsExperts studied the carbon footprints of around 60,000 Japanese householdsMany families in Japan have gone vegan to reduce their carbon emissionsHowever, meat was found less impactful than eating out, sweets and alcoholThe findings highlight the dietary changes needed to combat climate changeBy Ian Randall For Mailonline
Published: 16:03 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 16:05 GMT, 20 December 2019

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Families that often dine out and consume large quantities of sweets and alcohol are likely to have a higher carbon footprint than meat eaters, a study claims.
Researchers came to this conclusion after studying the food habits and carbon footprints of around 60,000 households across Japan.
They found that meat consumption typically only accounts for only 10 per cent of the different in environmental impact between low and high carbon households.
In contrast, households with high carbon footprints typically consumed around two to three times more sweets and alcohol than those with low footprints
Based on their findings, the team are now advising people to cut down their intake of these products to help save the planet.
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Families in Japan that often dine out and consume large quantities of sweets and alcohol are likely to have a higher carbon footprint than meat eaters, a study claims
Economist Keiichiro Kanemoto of Japan's Research Institute for Humanity and Nature and colleagues surveyed the food supply chain and consumption habits of around 60,000 households from across Japan's 47 prefectures.
The researchers found that the levels of meat consumption were largely constant from household-to-households, but their carbon footprints varied considerably — with other foodstuffs appearing more responsible.
Eating out, for example, was found to contribute 175 per..

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New anemone discovered in waters off Australia

New anemone discovered in waters off Australia is named after Ridley Scott's Alien antagonist XenomorphEpizoanthus xenomorphoideus was discovered in waters off Japan and AustraliaThe 'alien fish' can be found in ocean depths between 250m and 1100mThe discovery creates great uncertainty of life deep beneath the seaBy Australian Associated Press
Published: 12:05 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 12:05 GMT, 20 December 2019

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Australian and Japanese scientists have discovered an 'alien' fish at the bottom of the ocean.
They have named the deep sea anemone after the fictional 'face hugger' xenomorph from the 1979 movie Alien because of its close resemblance to the character.
The species has a symbiotic relationship with hermit crabs and is found at depths between 250m and 1,100m in waters off Japan and Australia, scientists say.
The fish has officially been named Epizoanthus xenomorphoideus.
The fish has officially been named Epizoanthus xenomorphoideus and was found at depths between of 250m and 1100m in waters off Japan and Australia
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Epizoanthus xenomorphoideus Discovered by Australian and Japanese scientistsCan be found in depths of 250m and 1,100m in waters off Australia and JapanHas a symbiotic relationship with hermit crabs The Queensland Museum's Dr Merrick Ekins said the fish latches onto hermit crabs.
'When this happens, Epizaoanthus produces a pseudo-shell that grows with the hermit crab, eliminating the need for the hermit crab to search for a new empty shell,' Dr Ekins said.
This relationship may be a by-product of the great uncertainty of life deep beneath the sea.
Researcher Hioki Kise from Japan's University of the Ryukyus said the combined relationship with hermit crabs begs the question ..

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Sacked SBS reporter Scott McIntyre arrested and locked-up in Japan while searching for his children

SBS reporter sacked for his offensive ANZAC Day tweets is arrested and locked-up in Japan for illegal entry while searching for his childrenJournalist Scott McIntyre has been locked up in a Japan jail for illegal entry He was reportedly looking for his children when he was arrested and detainedHe is being held in a Japanese jail where he can only shower once every 5 days By Louise Ayling For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:11 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 06:13 GMT, 20 December 2019

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An Australian journalist has been locked up in a foreign jail for illegally entering the country to look for his school-age children.
Former SBS sports reporter Scott McIntyre will has spent the past three in a Japan prison cell after being arrested in Western Tokyo on 28 November.
The 45-year-old was arrested after reportedly entering a Tokyo apartment building where his parents-in-law live to find out the whereabouts of his two children the Guardian reports.
It's understood he hasn't seen the school-aged children since May.
McIntyre was arrested for illegal entry when he allegedly followed another resident through a building's main doors and into the communal area.
Former SBS journalist Scott McIntyre (pictured) is being detained in a Japanese jail after allegedly trying to find his children
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McIntyre was living in Tokyo at the time of his arrest, according to the Guardian.
His social media accounts have been silent since November 25 where his last post was a congratulatory message to the Saudi Arabian Al Hilal Football club for a Champion's League win in the Asian soccer competition.
The cell where the reporter is being held is lit 24 hours a day and conditions are tough, with access to shower facilities ..

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Transgender AFL player vents her fury after being kicked out of Australia’s women’s handball team

Transgender AFL player vents her fury after being kicked out of Australia's women's handball team because other players 'didn't want to get changed and shower with her'Hannah Mouncey played men's handball but didn't qualify for the women's teamThe 30-year-old claimed an official said she wasn't picked because she isn't likedHandball Australia denied the allegations to Daily Mail AustraliaThe transgender athlete was rejected from the women's AFL team in 2018By Charlotte Karp For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:50 GMT, 20 December 2019 | Updated: 02:50 GMT, 20 December 2019

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Transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey, 30, was previously rejected from women's AFL because of her testosterone levels
Transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey has slammed the Australian women's handball team for omitting her from the world championships because other players didn't want to get changed with her.
The 30-year-old was thrust into the spotlight in 2018 after she was rejected from the women's AFL team because tests showed she had too much testosterone to qualify for the female leagues.
Mouncey, who previously represented the nation in men's handball, has since helped the Australian women's handball team qualify for the world championship.
The international competition was held in Japan in December last year, but Mouncey wasn't selected to compete.
In an explosive post for the Star Observer earlier this month, Mouncey vented her fury and claimed she was excluded because some players felt uncomfortable with her using the women's bathrooms.
Mouncey played women's AFL until 2018. She is pictured passing the ball during a match in Melbourne on July, 2, 2018
Mouncey (right) poses with Abbey Cholmes (centre) and Grant Hansen (left) on the set of The Marngrook Footy Show last year
'I was left out of the team for the World Championships because there was a group of pl..

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