More than 2,000 Hondurans have vowed to march north towards the US despite President Donald Trump's warning to Mexican authorities not to allow migrants to cross its border from Guatemala. The group said Saturday they will aim to get to the city of Tapachula in the morning after crossing the river to get into Mexico while others waited on a bridge (left) in hope they would be able to register as asylum seekers. 'We don't yet know if we will make it to the (US) border, but we are going to keep going as far as we can,' Rodrigo Abeja said. Hondurans who managed to get into Mexico are seen center marching to the river to convince other migrants still in Guatemala to cross. A mother and her son are seen walking across the bridge, top right, and people jumping from the bridge to rafts are pictured bottom right.
Chilling police logs reveal missing Jayme Closs' injured father answered the door to cops before dying from gunshot wounds and the 13-year-old disappeared within minutes of 911 call
The log from the Barron County 911 call dispatcher from the morning that Jayme Closs, 13, went missing following her parents' murders in Wisconsin has revealed that she may have vanished within minutes. The call came in at 12.53am from the phone of Denise Closs, 46 (top right) at which time authorities believe Jayme was at the home. No one spoke to the dispatcher but a 'lot of yelling' could be heard, per the log. The 911 call log shows Jayme was not at the scene when police arrived, with the first log entry from officers at 1.03am. Both Denise and Jayme's father, 56-year-oldJames Closs (top middle), were reported unresponsive by 1.11am. Jayme is now listed by the FBI as the number one missing person in the nation.
'I'm not satisfied': Trump changes his tune and says he'll be speaking to Crown Prince as he admits he wants 'the answer' after Saudi probe into Jamal Khashoggi's death
US President Donald Trump (pictured left in Nevada on Saturday) appeared to backtrack comments he had earlier made Saturday after he told reporters he was 'not satisfied' with Saudi Arabia's explanation of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death. The American leader answered questions from the media regarding the Kingdom finally admitting the US-based writer died at the Saudi consulate October 2, after 17 days of denial they had anything to do with his disappearance. 'No, I'm not satisfied until we find the answer. But it was a big first step. It was a good first step. But I want to get to the answer,' he said after stopping in Nevada for a rally ahead of the November 6 mid-term elections. Trump appeared to indicate he would be speaking to Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (right) for a fuller explanation.
'Why don't you get out of here?' Four men confront Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his wife in Kentucky restaurant - with one slamming his fist on their table and throwing their food
Four hecklers were filmed yelling at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at a Louisville restaurant as he was dining with his wife - with one of them shouting ‘Why don’t you get out of here? Why don’t you leave the entire country?’ The incident took place on Friday night at Havana Rumba, where four men were seen confronting the Kentucky Republican while he was having dinner with his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
Harry reveals pregnancy is 'taking its toll' on Meghan as she joins him for lunch with Australian PM Scott Morrison after skipping Invictus Games event leaving Prince to go solo while she rested
Pregnant Meghan Markle has joined Prince Harry for lunch after she skipped a morning Invictus Games bike race to rest after a late night at the opening ceremony. The Duke of Sussex flew solo on Sunday morning as he watched the road race through the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and presented medals to the winning riders. As MailOnline revealed Meghan's schedule was being cut to help her pregnancy, including her skipping the race, Harry told some Invictus competitors his wife was 'resting back at home, being pregnant takes its toll'.
'I am disabled, I fall sometimes, my memory is foggy': Cruel Intentions star Selma Blair reveals she has multiple sclerosis as she thanks friends and co-stars for support
Actor Selma Blair (left and right) revealed on Saturday that she's been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, in a heartfelt tribute (inset) to her costumer and the rest of the team on set of Netflix's 'Another Life.' She learned the news in August, after fellow actor Elizabeth Berkley (Lauren) urged her to go see her brother, Dr. Jason Berkley. Blair shared how the costumer not only designs her looks for the new show, but also physically helps her dress each day. She said on Saturday she'd most likely had MS for the last 15 years, and felt relieved to know it, and share it. Blair is seen at right in Los Angeles in April, at a premiere for 'Lost In Space.'
One suspect is in custody and another is on the run after suburban Atlanta cop was shot dead while investigating suspicious parked vehicle
Gwinnett County police officer Antwan Toney, 30, was shot on Saturday while responding to a call about a suspicious car parked in a residential area near a middle school in Snellville, Georgia. Hours after the shooting, Isaiah Pretlow (left) was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. Police said that suspect Tafahree Maynard (right) is still at large, but has been charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in connection with with the shooting.
Meghan's father: 'When I heard her baby news on the radio, the first thing I thought about was holding her in my arms as a newborn'
In his first interview since the pregnancy was announced, Mr Markle, 74, (pictured top inset with Caroline Graham) discusses how he felt upon hearing the news on the radio. Speaking exclusively to The Mail on Sunday, he said his first thought was about holding newborn Meghan in his arms in Canoga Park Hospital in 1981 (right). Meghan's mother Doria was included in the official statement while her father was left to find out along with the rest of the world.
Tuxedo-clad man accused of sexually assaulting UCLA student at a frat party turns himself in after cops release cell phone photos of him
A 21-year-old man who does not attend the University of California, Los Angeles as a student has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault of a female student while at a party off-campus. Nima Bendavood surrendered Saturday afternoon after law enforcement launched a manhunt and detectives shared images of the suspect Thursday. The man showed up at the campus police station and was booked for sexual assault.
Model, 29, who made the heartbreaking decision to have her right leg amputated at the age of 11 during a battle with bone cancer reveals how she now 'feels sexier than ever'
Philadelphia model and mother-of-two Tessa Snyder, 29 (at present day, at left), is now sharing the details of her journey to self-acceptance after making the difficult choice to amputate her leg at the age of 11 (shown inset) to increase her odds of surviving cancer. She made the brave decision to amputate her right leg after being diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma on her right femur at the age of 11. She had the surgery to remove her right leg on September 29, 2000. After aggressive chemotherapy she was pronounced cancer-free in January 2001, but dealt with feeling out of place and without friends for years afterwards. Now, she said her prosthetic has become a part of her, and she feels 'more beautiful and sexier than ever' and hopes sharing her story will help other amputees embrace themselves. Snyder is pictured at right with her husband, Casey, and their two sons.
How sex addict Eric Clapton used voodoo to steal best friend George Harrison's girl: Rock's toxic love triangle revealed in PHILIP NORMAN's hair-raising new biography
The song was Layla, and its effect was overwhelming. Listening to it provoked awe that ‘the most powerful, moving song I had ever heard’ should have been written about her, Pattie now recalls, although she was concerned that it would be instantly decoded, not only by her husband, family and friends but by the tens of thousands of strangers who would buy the album it featured on. But, she says: ‘The song got the better of me. I could resist no longer.’ And so, step by step, Pattie surrendered, caught between the rival attentions of Eric and George in music’s best-known love triangle. She also became the rock world’s most famous muse, not only the inspiration for Layla but for Clapton’s other great hit, Wonderful Tonight, and Harrison’s Something.
'My birth certificate says I'm female': Trans cyclist defends her world championship win after 3rd place competitor lashed out and said 'it's definitely NOT fair'
The trans woman UCI Masters Track World Championship cycling gold medalist is defending her win against criticism that it's unfair for her to have competed against cisgender females. Rachel McKinnon, 36 (far right), an assistant professor of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, scooped up the top prize during the October 14 race, besting cis females Carolien van Herrikhuyzen (left in group picture) and Jen Wagner-Assali (right in group picture), who took silver and bronze, respectively. The day after McKinnon's win, Wagner-Assali stirred up controversy when she replied to a tweet about the race with her own tweet suggesting that McKinnon was not deserving of winning the 35-44 age bracket. 'I was the 3rd place rider. It's definitely NOT fair,' Wagner-Assali tweeted October 15. Since then, McKinnon has taken to Twitter to defend the validity of her win, while being targeted by trolls and other who believe that she has no business competing against women since she was assigned male at birth.
'I'm just an innocent bystander': Woman who dumped her friend's toddler on stranger's doorstep blames the boy's own MOM for giving her bad directions and says she only ran away because it was 'chilly' outside
Keairra Woods (main, top right) faces felony child endangerment charges after leaving two-year-old Royal Prince Simmons (bottom right) in front of a home in Spring, Texas on Wednesday night and running away. Now, Woods blames the boy's mother for giving her bad directions to the home of the father, calling herself an 'innocent bystander' in the incident that outraged the nation after police released doorbell video. 'At the end of the day, y'all trying to blame me, but it was really the mother's fault. I'm just an innocent bystander,' she said in an interview on Friday.
Shaken not slept: Daniel Craig is pictured looking exhausted six weeks after the birth of his daughter
Daniel Craig’s new daughter (inset top with her father) has succeeded where countless Bond villains have failed, leaving the star distinctly shaken AND stirred. The actor was spotted at New York’s JFK airport (left, right and inset top) last week lovingly cradling her to his chest. But if his exhausted stare is anything to go by, being a doting dad is proving to be even tougher than saving the world from Spectre.
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Breast cancer survivor who underwent double mastectomy in 2015 hangs 'No Breastfeeding Zone' sign above her hospital bed after giving birth to her daughter
Meghan Koziel, a Pittsburgh resident, requested that she be allowed to post a 'No Breastfeeding Zone' (left) sign over her bed before giving birth to daughter Kendra Jane Koziel, on September 15. Koziel had undergone a double mastectomy in 2015 when she was just 26. She wanted to inform the nurses that her daughter would be fed solely with formula (inset).
Shocking video shows savage Florida cop repeatedly punching 14-year-old girl and pinning her to the ground with his knee after she 'back talked him'
A Coral Springs cop in Florida was caught on video pinning a 14-year-old girl on the ground with his knee and punching her three times in the rib cage. Police Department defended the officer saying he acted within policy and they will not launch an investigation. The horrific video has gone viral showing the helpless girl lying face down in the grass with two officers on her. Cops reported to Coral Square Mall after receiving a complaint about 30 unruly teens on Thursday. After escorting away the group, they were called back an hour later and arrested the girl in the video and another male. The girl's mother is distraught following the incident saying: 'He went completely overboard'.
German royal Duchess Sophie Württemberg looks head over heels as she kisses her new husband French Count Maximilien d'Andigné at their castle wedding
German Duchess Sophie of Württemberg married French aristocrat Count Maximilien d'Andigné at the German Castle of Tegernsee today. After the ceremony the happy couple were brimming with joy as they kissed outside the Saint-Quirin church. Duchess Sophie is the grandchild of Diane, Duchess of Württemberg, daughter of the Orléanist claimant to the French throne, Prince Henri, Count of Paris. Maximilien is a Vice President of price risk management firm Mitsui Bussan Commodities ltd.
Now that's parallel parking! Incredible footage shows two passenger planes land side by side just meters apart at San Francisco International Airport
Incredible footage shows two planes landing side by side in perfect symmetry at San Francisco Airport.The video shows a United Airlines 747 passenger jet and a smaller American Eagle Aircraft approach the runway from the same direction. The two plans then land in perfect symmetry with the smaller plane just slightly in front as they land on the runway strip which rungs alongside San Francisco Bay. San Francisco Airport is famous for its parallel runways which on occasion have two planes landing in sync. While they look as if they could be just feet apart, The runways are about 750 feet apart and the long camera lens compresses the distance.
Conquering the Atlanic: How seafarers from the days of Columbus to modern cargo ships have braved mother nature at her most awesome
A new book explores the history of mankind's attempts to cross the Atlantic Ocean from the dangerous voyages of Columbus to the difficulties modern day cargo ships encounter. Written by highly experienced mariner and journalist Dag Pike, it explores mankind's early efforts to master sailing over the waters right up to more recent days and the challenge of crossing in a record-breaking time. Mr Pike first went to sea aged 16 and has twice been shipwrecked and claims to be the 'most rescued person in the world' during numerous powerboat races, including the Virgin Atlantic Challenger powerboat trips in both 1985, when it sank, and 1986, when it set a new record for speed.
Proving who is really king of the jungle: Lioness KILLS the father of her three cubs at the Indianapolis Zoo by holding him by the neck until he stopped moving
Ten-year-old African lion Nyack died on Monday morning at the Indianapolis Zoo after he was fatally attacked by lioness Zuri, with whom he had three cubs in 2015. He got into a physical confrontation with female lion Zuri and zoo staff reported hearing 'an unusual amount of roaring' at the lion's outdoor yard early Monday morning before the zoo opened to the public. Zoo keepers tried to separate the two but Zury held Nyack by his neck until he stopped moving. A zoo veterinary staff said Nyack died of suffocation according to the necropsy. Nyack and Zuri were housed together for eight years at the zoo and according to staff logs there were no previous signs of aggression.
Why gaining weight is the secret to a lean physique: Dietitian, 29, shares how she transformed her body by ditching the scales - and her tried-and-tested means for measuring progress
When it comes to getting a lean, gym-honed body, many people turn to the scales as an indicator of their changing health. But one dietitian is proof that you can look leaner than ever by ditching the scales and eating intuitively. Leanne Ward (left to right), 29, from Brisbane, showed how much her body has changed over the years, and explained that weighing more has in fact made her look more lean.
How you could soon give the eulogy at your own funeral... with hologram technology that brought Roy Orbison 'back to life'
Florida businessman Carl Minardo is charging people between £15,000 and £38,000 to record 3D hologram videos so they can deliver their own eulogy at their funeral service beyond the grave. The technology has been used to create a hologram of Roy Orbison allowing fans to see him perform his greatest hits.
You'd be nuts trying to climb up here with me.... there isn't mush room: Magical photographs show playful red squirrels capering among toadstools
After cleverly balancing on two toadstools, one of the creatures then plucks the fungus from the ground and appears to use it as a microphone in Bispgarden, Sweden. The photographer, Geert Weggen, 49, has become so captivated by the antics of wildlife near his home that he has set up an outdoor studio where he can wait patiently for them to appear for the perfect shot.
Two can play at that game: Queen enjoys day out at the horse races while Duke of Edinburgh takes the horse and carriage for a gallop through Windsor Great Park
The Queen (left) dressed in a flattering blue ensemble was seen arriving at the sunny Ascot Racehorse in Berkshire today to watch the events unfold for the QIPCO British Champions Day. She later presented the prize in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. As the Queen enjoyed her day at the grand sporting event the Duke of Edinburgh was spotted taking his horses for a stroll through Windsor Great Park (inset). Other stars in attendance included Made in Chelsea star and Queen of the Jungle Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo (centre) as well as TV presenter Carol Vorderman (right) who wore a slick cream leather jacket and pencil skirt.
Did sick music video portraying 1999 Columbine killers inspire Crimean school shooter who left 20 dead before turning gun on himself?
Images from CCTV allegedly show Vladislav Roslyakov (pictured left) wearing a similar outfit to the portrayal of Eric Harris (pictured right) in a video inspired by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre in the US. Roslyakov wore a white T-shirt with black writing, black tight trousers with his hair combed back and a gun slung over his shoulders. The video features the anti-gun song Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People, and although it is not the band's official music video, the song was inspired by school shootings.
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