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The bus crash in San Francisco which has killed 10 people

San Francisco crash: 10 killed as bus carrying students collides with truck

Ten people were killed and 34 injured when a truck veered across a highway to slam head-on into a bus packed with more than 40 high school students near Orland, 150 miles north of San Francisco.

A million glass eels will swim up the River Parret

The great eel migration: One million to swim to Britain in one night

Another influx of young eels expected on the River Severn in April

Publicist Max Clifford arrives at Southwark Crown Court

Max Clifford was a ‘ringmaster’ who provided ‘legendary sex parties’ for stars, jury told

PR guru tells court he organised 'good, honest filth'

Hosting the Tour de France for two days in Yorkshire has left the organisers with a potential £2.3 million black hole

Yorkshire short £2m for Tour de France legs

Hosting the Tour de France for two days in Yorkshire has left the organisers with a potential £2.3 million black hole, a report has found.

Four people died after a helicopter came down in thick fog in Gillingham, Norfolk

Lord Ballyedmond: Northern Ireland's richest man among four killed in Norfolk helicopter crash

Foggy conditions could have been a factor in the accident

The SNP's demand that all nuclear weapons be removed would create

Former GCHQ chief says SNP's anti-nuclear stance would cast 'dark shadow' over a newly independent Scotland

Former GCHQ boss Sir David Omand has warned that the SNP's defence and security plans would cast “a dark shadow” over a newly independent Scotland.

Broadcaster and journalist Sir David Frost

David Frost tribute: The stars turn out to pay tribute to the late broadcaster at a memorial ceremony at Westminster Abbey

Sir David Frost was given a royal send-off as the great and the good of broadcasting gathered at Westminster Abbey to celebrate his life – and to enjoy a joke or two.

Holiday firms are often criticised for hiking prices during the school holidays and lowering them during term time

Holiday company condemned for offering to pay fines for parents taking children out of school in term time

A holiday company has offered to pay fines incurred by parents who book a family skiing break during term time.

More than 95 per cent of salmon in the world are now farmed, according to researchers

Sterilise farmed salmon to save wild species, critics say

Millions of farmed fish escape globally each year, destroying wild salmons' genetic traits

Number of Russians involved in the operation ranged from 20 to 60

Ukraine: Russian troops thwarted in attempt to storm missile base in Sevastopol

Around 100 Ukrainian troops are thought to have been in the missile installation

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Ed Balls interview: 'If I think about the deficit when I'm playing the piano, it all goes wrong'

Ed Balls interview

'If I think about the deficit when I'm playing the piano, it all goes wrong'
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From David Hasselhoff to Jerry Hall
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Clocks, rifles, swords, frogmen’s uniforms

Surrounded by high-rise flats is a little house filled with Lebanon’s history
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