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A man dies after the car he was travelling in was in collision with a coach carrying 58 schoolchildren.
Fifa chief Sepp Blatter says a US investigation into alleged football corruption is "nothing against" him.
Two Libyan cadets are jailed for 12 years each for raping a man in Cambridge.
England rugby player Manu Tuilagi will not play in this year's World Cup after admitting assaulting two police officers.
The driver of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia on Tuesday night had called himself a safety advocate.
Health bosses in north Wales publish an action plan in a bid to improve a GP out-of-hours service following a critical report.
A former MEP is convicted of claiming almost £500,000 in false European Parliament expenses.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has won the Tour de France and Olympic gold, so why is he tackling cars on the A63 near for £50?
What's the world's favourite colour?
A host of woolly flora and fauna has taken up residence and transformed a Cumbrian woodland.
Thousands of World of Warcraft accounts have been shut down by Blizzard as it moves to stop people using 'bots' to play the game
Low oil prices and weak spending force the Russian economy to shrink in the first quarter.
A bacterial infection that can cause potentially deadly illnesses has broken out at Harland and Wolff shipyards in Belfast, the Public Health Agency says.
Luxembourg's PM Xavier Bettel becomes the first serving EU leader - and second leader in the world - to marry a same-sex partner.
Is the US president really an elected monarch?
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Woody Allen says the new TV series he is creating for Amazon "could be a cosmic embarrassment".