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12 Oct
A bus carrying more than 30 tourists from Australia, Canada and the United States crashed into a truck filled with car tyres in Germany on Thursday. It has injured nine people seriously, local police said. Five...
12 Oct
Thousands of Brazilian youth marched in Sao Paulo on Thursday to protest against right-wing presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro, the favourite to take victory in Brazil's second-round election. Angered by...
11 Oct
Paris's Wine Harvest Festival began on Wednesday to celebrate the grape harvest at the city's famous vineyard. The vineyard perched on top of a hill situated in Montmartre. Before the district of...
11 Oct
Hurricane Michael, the fiercest storm to hit Florida in a quarter century and the third-most powerful ever to strike the U.S. mainland, battered the state's Gulf coast on Wednesday. The storm came ashore as a...
11 Oct
Thousands of Bolivians turned out on Wednesday to mark the return of democracy to the South American country, with rival camps using the anniversary to cheer and jeer President Evo Morales. The move has sharpened...
11 Oct
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry opened the fourth Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference at London's St. James' Palace on Wednesday. The Duke of Cambridge is the president of United for Wildlife,...
10 Oct
All eyes were on Taylor Swift on Tuesday as the pop music luminary arrived for the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Swift was scheduled to open the 2018 American Music Awards on Tuesday evening with her first...
10 Oct
The 'Wild Boars' soccer team, who attracted global attention when they were rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand, were given the presidential treatment on Tuesday with a visit with the president of...
10 Oct
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Saturday has killed 15 people, injured another 300 and destroyed 40 houses, the head of the Caribbean country's civil protection agency said on Monday. Four...
10 Oct
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that plans were being made for his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He thinks "incredible" progress has been made in U.S. talks with the...

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