Afghan mine collapse kills at least 27 workers

The deaths follow a mine collapse in December in which 11 men were believed to have died

Colorado floods: Residents warned to evacuate or face weeks without power, running water or basic supplies

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Two bodies found after shooting in Northern Ireland

Police forensics officers were scouring an isolated farmhouse in Northern Ireland for evidence tonight after the discovery of the bodies of two men who had been shot dead.

Fewer than 100 badgers were killed in the first 10 days

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Dairy farmer claims that fewer than 100 badgers have been killed in West Somerset in first 10 days of cull - when 500 should already have been destroyed

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Clint Eastwood's second marriage appears to be over after his wife, Dina, filed for legal separation from the actor and director.

Guo Bin is hugged by his mother before undergoing orbital implants surgery

Six-year-old Chinese boy whose eyes were gouged out given free implants

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Surrey spend money on the likes of Kevin Pietersenm, seen here celebrating, Durham’s Mitchell Claydon cashes in

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Ollie Rayner's career-best figures of 8 for 46 accelerated Middlesex towards a victory over Surrey at The Kia Oval which would push their London rivals deeper into the County Championship First Division relegation mire.

Aunt who later killed herself may have gouged out boy’s eyes in China

Chinese authorities suspect that the woman who gouged out a six-year-old boy’s eyes was his aunt who later killed herself.

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