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Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

One dead in Dutch stadium roof collapse

One construction worker was killed and 14 others injured by falling steel and rubble when part of a Dutch football stadium's roof in the city of Enschede collapsed during renovation work today.

Boys remanded over London teenager murder

Two boys have been remanded in custody charged with the murder of a teenager on a busy high street.

Last Night's TV - Sirens, Channel 4; Dirty, Sexy Things, E4; Guilty Pleasures, BBC4

They've got their fingers on the pulse

Man injured in leap from Brighton pier at low tide

A lifeboat crew pulled a man from the sea off Brighton pier after he plunged into water just one metre deep in what is feared to have been an attempt at "tombstoning".

Sixteen-year-old boy dies after stabbing attack

An investigation is under way into the murder of a teenage boy who was stabbed to death in a south east London street.

Girl killed by falling branch

A teenage girl has died after being hit by a falling tree branch while playing in a park.

Underground Time, By Delphine de Vigan

Every morning Mathilde takes the Metro to her job in the marketing department of a large French corporation. Ever since a disagreement with her narcissistic boss, life in the office has taken a turn for the worse.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers hospitalised after 'suspected suicide bid'

Jonathan Rhys Meyers was hospitalised after a suspected suicide attempt on Tuesday.

Woman, 86, trapped for 24 hours

An 86-year-old woman is recovering in hospital after hanging from a cellar ladder by her foot for 24 hours.

Boxing: Klitschko furious over Haye's comments

David Haye's attempts to get under Wladimir Klitschko's skin may have paid off as the build-up to Saturday's showdown intensifies.

Flying doctors: a bird's eye view

For air ambulance medical crews, critical injuries and life-or-death decisions are all in a day's work. Jeremy Laurance takes to the skies with them

Boxing: This fight is no joke, says Klitschko

Wladimir Klitschko sent a chilling warning to David Haye today: "People have been handicapped and people have died in boxing - it's not something you joke about".

Patients evacuated after hospital blaze

An emergency department has been closed after a fire broke out at a hospital.

13-year-old held over woman's death

A 13-year-old boy was being questioned today in connection with the death of a woman found seriously injured at a house.

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