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Police release CCTV of a car crashing into a building in Greater Manchester, badly injuring the driver and narrowly missing two pedestrians.
An inquest into the death of Denbigh pensioner Arthur Jones is opened and adjourned.
Ten people are injured after a squall hit an international boating event on Strangford Lough in County Down.
A child is rescued after a gust of winds blows a buggy on to Tube tracks at a London Underground station, narrowly avoiding an oncoming train.
Ivory Coast bans all passenger flights from three countries hit by Ebola in an attempt to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.
People angry with companies and governments can share their pain via a crowd-sourced complaints site that will seek to right the wrong done to them.
Police in Missouri say they have arrested 32 people, as calm returns after a night of rioting over the police shooting of an unarmed black man.
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A man who died after a light aircraft crashed on the Isle of Bute is named as Thomas McGowan from Stonehouse in Lanarkshire.
Regional varieties of wine have distinct chemical “fingerprints” which can authenticate their origin and quality, scientists report.
Hundreds of people gathered in one of Moscow's stores to buy T-shirts with Vladimir Putin's image on them.
A teenager who died following a house fire in Cwm, Blaenau Gwent, on Sunday is named as Alex Lewis.
Australian physicists have discovered how to control the movement of a floating object using wave patterns.
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A man appears in court in the German city of Wuerzberg accused of firing more than 700 bullets at vehicles on motorways over five years.
Electricity company EDF temporarily shuts down two of its nuclear power stations, Heysham 1 and Hartlepool.
Parts of Moray, including Kingussie, are badly affected by flooding as a result of heavy rain overnight.
Cat owner Richard Byrnes says he was "put under enormous pressure" to agree to have his pet put down in 2013, a claim the RSPCA denies.
The US is accused by a new Amnesty International report of failing to properly investigate the deaths of Afghan civilians blamed on their forces.