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– 07 October 2013
The boy, who has not been named, got through three levels of security at Minneapolis-St Paul airport in Minnesota on Thursday before boarding a Delta Air Lines flight.
During the flight, the crew became suspicious and contacted police. Officers met the flight and transferred the boy, who is believed to have run away from home, to child protection officers. (© Daily Telegraph, London)
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American X Factor judge Demi Lovato has admitted that at the height of her troubles she couldn't go longer than 30 minutes to an hour without cocaine.
Justin Bieber is in hot water yet again after he allegedly called one of his young fans a 'beached whale' at a hotel in Australia.
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Robert Pattinson has signed up for period drama The Childhood Of A Leader.
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Nigella Lawson has signed an exclusive deal to be interviewed by American chat show host Oprah Winfrey, it has been claimed in court.
David Oyelowo has revealed Lee Daniels had no qualms about shouting at actors on set of The Butler, no matter how big a star they were.
Simon Cowell has appeared on the Jay Leno show to discuss his impending fatherhood, and also revealed some of his regrets as a music executive.