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Pep Guardiola drenched after 25th league title win

Credit: Reuters/Michael Dalder

Bayern Munich's manager Pep Guardiola received a rather unconventional shower after his side won their 25th German Bundesliga title.

The team were in the mood to celebrate after capping off a winning season with a 2-0 victory over Mainz 05 and midfielder David Alaba gave his manager a beery drenching to kick off the party.


Malaysian police find 'human trafficking mass grave'

Mass graves and the site of a suspected human trafficking camp have been discovered by Malaysian police in towns and villages bordering Thailand, a senior minister has said.

Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said officials are determining whether the graves were of human trafficking victims, but did not say how many dead bodies were discovered.

"This is still under investigation," he told reporters at the sidelines of an event in Kuala Lumpur.

According to media reports, the mass graves were believed to contain bodies of hundreds of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Australian PM rejects gay marriage referendum proposal

Australia's political leaders on Sunday rejected the idea of a referendum on gay marriage following Ireland's successful vote.

When questioned on Sunday about whether Australia should have a referendum on the issue, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said it's a matter to be resolved in parliament.

Leader of the opposition Bill Shorten also supports a vote in parliament but is pushing for Tony Abbott to allow a conscience vote within his own party.

In 2012 the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted against legislation that would allow same sex couples to marry.

Forty two MPs voted in support of the bill while 98 voted against.

Detectives: Didcot deaths a 'tragic' incident

Detectives have said the incident in which three bodies were found in Didcot, Oxfordshire was a "tragic" and their "thoughts are with the loved ones of the deceased".

Detectives: Didcot deaths a 'tragic' incident. Credit: ITV News

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Steel said: "This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with the loved ones of the deceased.

“I would like to reassure the public that we are carrying out a thorough investigation into the incident.

“We would urge anyone with any information about the incident to contact us immediately via 101 quoting reference number 1370."


Police: Triple murder investigation launched after call

Police have said they received a call from the member of the public before officers launched a triple murder investigation on finding three bodies in Didcot.

Police: Triple murder investigation launched after call from public. Credit: ITV News

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Steel said: “Thames Valley Police has launched a murder investigation in Didcot after receiving a call from a member of the public at 8.23pm yesterday.

“Police officers attended the scene and three bodies were found inside the property. A man, a woman and a girl were pronounced dead at the scene by ambulance staff. Their deaths are being treated as suspicious.

Cloud and rain for most of the UK by the afternoon

Early rain across northern England and Wales will gradually move south eastwards during the day, turning increasingly patchy as it does so, but there will still be the odd heavier burst at times and some mist or fog along the band of rain.

Early rain across northern England and Wales will gradually move south during the day. Credit: Met Office

Cooler, brighter and fresher feeling conditions will follow the rain, with some showers across northern and western Scotland.

Temperatures will reach highs of 19 Celsius (67F) in the southeast before the cloud and rain arrives.

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