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A tour vehicle and charter bus collide in Seattle, Washington, leaving at least four people dead and several others critically injured.
The government says it has made no decisions about reforming Channel 4 after an official was pictured holding papers that mention "privatisation options".
New Zealand run in nine tries to secure a comfortable victory over Namibia in World Cup Pool C.
Police Scotland apologise to the family of a missing pensioner after it emerged a possible sighting was not passed on to the enquiry team.
Over three winters in the waters of a Svalbard fjord, scientists have catalogued surprisingly high levels of animal activity during the long polar night.
Nigel Farage has said that "we are opening our doors to jihadism" by helping migrants trying to get to Europe.
Tasmania was once home to hundreds of huts, built by people seeking new lives in the wild - and a group of volunteers is trying to preserve them.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman orders a safety review for the Hajj pilgrimage after at least 717 people died in a stampede near the holy city of Mecca.
A BBC Hausa Service correspondent who was at the scene of a deadly stampede near Mecca, says she has lost her aunt, and some members of her group are missing.
David Beckham says he was not insulted when Sir Alex Ferguson left him off of a list of "world-class players" he had managed.
Former Newcastle midfielder and MOTD pundit Jermaine Jenas feels his old club are short of the experience they need in their current situation.