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Somalia truck bombing kills 15 people and wounds 40 others
A bombing at a checkpoint in Somalia has killed at least 15 people and wounded 40 others, authorities have said.
Sweden: Chunk of motorway collapses in landslide - leaving three in hospital
Three people have been taken to hospital after a large chunk of a motorway in Sweden collapsed in a landslide early on Saturday morning.
Fugitive on run for more than 30 years laughs as he's finally caught
A fugitive convicted of attempted murder who evaded police for more than 30 years has been caught.
Ukraine: US delivery of ATACMS could prove pivotal - but has been controversial
They have a catchy name. They’re called "attack'ems".
Lebanon-Israel tensions worsen - but there are signs of hope despite talk of conflict
Within minutes of us arriving at the border, a man appeared on the other side only a few hundred yards away, his white T-shirt picking him out among the bushes.
Syria's Bashar al Assad and wife laugh and wave at Asian Games opening ceremony amid China talks
Syrian President Bashar al Assad was among the guests at the opening of the Asian Games in China as his state's diplomatic relations appear to continue growing internationally.
Taiwan: Fire and explosions at golf ball factory kill at least five
A fire and explosions at a golf ball factory in Taiwan have killed at least five people and injured over a hundred more, officials have said.
Man fleeing Venezuela faces having to say goodbye to pet squirrel after 3,000-mile journey to border
A man who fled Venezuela with his pet squirrel, travelling thousands of miles together and living in a tent in Mexico for months, is now facing having to say goodbye as it is unlikely the animal will be allowed across the US border.
Ukraine's super gran: 'I went into the wolf's lair to save my grandson'
"I was going into the wolf's lair but I had to overcome my fear because I was the only one who could rescue my grandson."
Pope Francis says Europe does not have migrant 'emergency'
Pope Francis has challenged European leaders to open their ports to people fleeing hardship and poverty, insisting the continent does not face a migration "emergency" but rather a long-term reality governments must deal with humanely.