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A proud mother has told how her nine-year-old thai-boxing son became a triple world champion - in just ONE DAY

***EXCLUSIVE*** Archie Boyne, from Leeds, West Yorks fought three times in a single day to secure three World Champion titles in thai boxing. Archie, who is the ranked as the best fighter in the UK at his weight and age, bravely fought a boy in the weight group above his own, before unbelievably beating a boy 6kg bigger in weight. He won his first fight aged just five years old, when he won the Five Nations title for his age group. Since then Archie, who began fighting aged just four, has won a Northern Area title, a British Champion belt and in October last year, he travelled to Italy to win the three World Champion titles. Archie’s mother, Nicola Smith, 34, said: „At first it was just a hobby and a bit of discipline for him. We never even dreamed he’d be so good. The sport wasn’t as popular when he first started fighting so he was always sparring with bigger boys.”

A mum-to-be was stunned to discover her unborn baby was as fragile as 'glass' after he suffered broken bones - in her WOMB

***EXCLUSIVE*** Loni Osborne and her partner, Craig Pike Jnr known as CJ, both 20, were told their son, Theo, had osteogenesis imperfecta - also known as brittle bone disease - 20 weeks into the pregnancy. The couple were advised to terminate, but refused and their little boy was born on 25th March. Now seven months old, the tot has suffered 20 broken bones or fractures - which have been caused by his little sneezes and the slightest touch.

How the world's most beautiful cities looked 100 years ago: Vintage photographs offer fascinating look at how countries' capitals compare to now

***EXCLUSIVE*** From Notre Dame in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe’s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century.

Brutal reality of World War Two captured in stunning colourised images

***EXCLUSIVE*** The brutal reality of World War Two has been brought to life in a series of stunning yet emotional colourised images from one of the world’s most devastating conflicts. Striking shots show Sgt Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division, ready to drop into Normandy, a Marine comforting a brother who broke down after witnessing the death of a friend and American troops walk down a war ravaged street, Messina, Sicily. Other vivid colour pictures show U.S Army military policemen toasting bread over molten lava from Mt Vesuvius after its eruption, Guardsmen of 3rd Irish Guards in a Lloyd carrier, wrapped up against the clouds of dust, during Operation ‘Goodwood’, and the crew of the B-17 Flying Fortress "Memphis Belle" is shown at an air base in England after completing 25 missions over enemy territory. The original black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48), from Birmingham, UK.