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Large diamond discovered in Botswana

Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi looks at the 1,098.30-carat diamond discovered by the Debswana Diamond Company in Gaborone, Botswana, on June 16, 2021. The Debswana Diamond Company on Wednesday presented a 1,098.30-carat diamond to Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi and the Cabinet in Gaborone, capital of Botswana. According to the company, the stone, discovered on June 1 from the south Kimberlite pipe at Jwaneng mine in the southern part of the country, is the largest of gem quality in the history of the company, a joint venture between the Botswanan government and the global diamond giant De Beers, since diamonds were discovered in Botswana in 1967.

The unusual meals footballers eat before Euros match

***EXCLUSIVE*** For professional footballers, their diet is as important as their training. But some of the greatest footballers of all time eat some very unusual meals before a match. As the world continues to be hooked on the Euros 2020, a video by YouTube channel Peckish reveals the pre-match meals of top European players from past and present Ð such as Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. Whilst England ace Marcus Rashford tucks into Spaghetti Bolognese and cheese before a game, the teamÕs goalkeeper Jordan Pickford prefers chicken and pasta prepared by his mum and England super striker, Harry Kane always has two slices of toast with eggs and baked beans before a game. Meanwhile PortugalÕs all-time top goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo Ð who recently made headlines removing two bottles of Coca-Cola placed in front of him at a Euro 2020 press conference this week Ð has a very healthy pre-match meal. Ronaldo - who took Portugal to Euros success in 2016 Ð fuels up on cereal, all kinds of fruit and bread.

Lad jumps off bridge into river for £700 bet with his mates in viral video which has been condemned by rescue group

***EXCLUSIVE*** A search and Rescue group has condemned a viral video which shows a bloke jumping off a bridge into a river to win a £700 bet. The footage - which has been circulated widely on social media - shows a group of lads daring their mate to jump off the Lagan Weir Footbridge in Belfast, Ireland into the Lagan River. After his mate offers him seven hundred quid, the bloke leaps into the water - much to the group’s amusement. Lagan Search and Rescue said they were disappointed by the footage which has been circulating on social media and slammed the group’s action as dangerous.