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Taiwan train crash driver disabled speed controls
Eighteen people died when a passenger train derailed - Taiwan's worst rail accident in decades.
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Jolyon Palmer column: Why is Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel making so many mistakes?
In his latest column, former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer looks into why Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is making so many mistakes.
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Poisoned baby food: German jailed for attempted murder
A 54-year-old man is sentenced to 12-and-a-half years in prison for attempted murder and extortion.
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NFL: Odell Beckham Jr impresses as New York Giants fall to Atlanta Falcons
Odell Beckham Jr impresses with three smart catches in quick succession, leading to a consolation touchdown, as his New York Giants team fall to a 20-23 defeat at the Atlanta Falcons.
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England Netball: Commonwealth Games champions' new investment
England netball has received new investment that will fund the national team past 2019, says chief executive Joanna Adams.
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Kavanaugh case: Graffiti at Yale supports Blasey Ford
Quotes from Christine Blasey Ford's testimony appear across the prestigious law school's campus.
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Khashoggi death: Turkey to reveal 'naked truth' on killing
President Erdogan is due to address his party on the killing of the Saudi critic in Istanbul.
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Caroline Dubois: Youth Olympic champion a star to cherish say Costello & Bunce
Caroline Dubois could be the 'best female boxer' Mike Costello has seen or is perhaps the best young athlete in the world for Steve Bunce.
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George Soros: Bomb squad blow up suspect package near billionaire's home
The FBI investigates after a suspected letter bomb is found at the billionaire's New York home.
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Man Utd v Juventus: Cristiano Ronaldo returns as Juve target European glory
As Juventus look to get closer to Manchester United off the field, they arrive at Old Trafford with ex-United favourite Cristiano Ronaldo in their ranks.
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Flying over the longest sea bridge
It connects Hong Kong with mainland China, but the mega-bridge is not without controversy.
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Bible Museum says five of its Dead Sea Scrolls are fake
Five of the fragments are removed from display after tests indicate they are modern forgeries.
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Invictus Games: Athlete comforted in moving on-court moment
UK competitor Paul Guest was embraced by his team-mate after being unsettled by a helicopter.
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'Feminism is sexist': The women backing Brazil's Bolsonaro
Jair Bolsonaro may have made sexist comments but he has a strong following among women.
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South Africa shocked by live rape trial of Timothy Omotoso
A televised rape trial in South Africa of a Nigerian televangelist prompts a furious backlash.
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The places where too many are fat and too many are thin
Up to 90% of countries are suffering from a double burden of under and over-nutrition.
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World's longest sea crossing: Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge set to open
The $20bn bridge spanning 55km is an engineering marvel but has been dogged by safety issues and delays.
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US mid-terms latest: The mystery of the vanishing candidate
Today's round-up includes an unexpected piece of advice, a Trump bump and a beautiful friendship.
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Trump and the facts about the migrant caravan
The recent caravan of Central American migrants has clearly been on the president's radar. How true are his claims?
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Amy Schumer announces pregnancy on Instagram
The comedian made the announcement via a friend's Instagram story, and a photoshopped picture.
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Foreign maids on 'hell' of kafala jobs in Middle East
Millions of African and Asian women work as maids in the Gulf. They have few rights and abuse is rife.
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Good Country: The new virtual country with no borders
In the current climate of aggression and competition between countries and their leaders, the Good Country aspires to change the way that nations interact.
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Is blockchain living up to the hype?
Despite the grand claims made for this distributed ledger tech, few companies are actually using it.
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Why did this lioness kill the father of her cubs?
We ask the experts to share their theories on why a lioness killed her zoo companion of eight years.
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Usain Bolt deal with Central Coast Mariners 'would require financial assistance'
Sprint legend Usain Bolt is "unlikely" to sign a deal with Central Coast Mariners without a financial contribution from a "third-party", say the club.
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Khashoggi death: US meets Saudi crown prince despite criticism
The US treasury chief's meeting in Riyadh comes amid an outcry over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
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Arsenal 3-1 Leicester City: Ozil turns in stunning display for Gunners
Mesut Ozil produces one of the best midfield displays in the Premier League this season as Arsenal beat Leicester for a record-equalling 10th successive win.
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Ask America: How Americans think Trump affects their life
We asked people from a dozen US states how they think Donald Trump has changed things for them.
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Donald Trump: US will build up nuclear arsenal
The US president says Russia has violated a key nuclear treaty, which he has threatened to abandon.
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Stephen Hawking's personal items to be sold at auction
A signed book and a wheelchair owned by Prof Stephen Hawking will also go under the hammer.
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Koreas to remove guns and guard posts from Panmunjom 'truce town'
The move aims to reduce tensions at Panmunjom where troops from both sides face each other.
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Cristiano Ronaldo rape allegation: Juventus forward says 'lawyers confident'
Cristiano Ronaldo says his "lawyers are confident" as he answers questions at a Juventus news conference about a rape allegation.
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YouTube pours money into how-to videos
The video site will spend $20million (£15m) developing educational and how-to content.
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Halloween: Jamie Lee Curtis reboot breaks US box office record
The slasher is the biggest debut ever for a film with a female lead over 55 years old.
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Hurricane Willa: Mexico issues warning over 'extremely dangerous' storm
The "potentially catastrophic" category five hurricane is expected to make landfall on Tuesday.
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Jose Mourinho: Man Utd boss escapes punishment for fracas after Chelsea match
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will not be punished for his part in the stoppage-time fracas at Chelsea.
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'Wildcat kittens' filmed by hillwalker in Cairngorms
A hillwalker near Lochnagar in Aberdeenshire spotted the litter of young cats.
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Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager wants to 'see out' contract at club
Jose Mourinho says he is "happy" at Manchester United and wants to "see out" his contract at the club after being linked with a return to Real Madrid.
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Netflix denies changing posters based on viewers' race
The site responds to claims it's "misleading" users with the choices of promotional shots it offers.
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WTA Finals: Sloane Stephens beats Naomi Osaka in Singapore
American Sloane Stephens beats US Open champion Naomi Osaka in their opening game of the WTA Finals in Singapore.
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Nauru migrants: Australia evacuates 11 children off detention island
The move comes amid reports of a mental health crisis affecting young people on the island.
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Royal tour: Harry and Meghan's Australia trip so far
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been given a royal welcome from fans in Australia.
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Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui vows to 'fight' on ahead of Sunday's El Clasico
Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui could not say if he will still be in a job for Sunday's El Clasico at Barcelona but vows to "fight" to turn around the club's faltering form.
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Kyle Edmund in tears after beating Gael Monfils at European Open
Britain's Kyle Edmund cries with tears of joy on the court after securing a maiden ATP title against Gael Monfils at the European Open in Antwerp.
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Chris Hemsworth picks up US hitchhiker in Australia
Musician Scott Hildebrand got a helicopter lift in Australia with the superhero film star.
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Kenyan crypto-currency pioneer: 'I make my money from Bitcoin and tasty roast meat'
The rural eatery where you can buy a traditional favourite with the most modern of currencies.
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Who will help rebuild the city of Raqqa?
A year after its recapture from Islamic State forces, the Syrian city remains largely ruined.
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Clemson University: Floor collapse injures 30 in South Carolina
Dramatic footage showed a large sanction of the floor giveaway during a party in South Carolina.
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