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Sergio Aguero celebrates his first of two goals for Manchester City against Manchester United

Manchester City 4 Manchester United 1 match report: Sergio Aguero leads rout to send David Moyes back to Old Trafford with his tail firmly between his legs

Citizens take the early plaudits in the first Manchester derby this season as City send out a title warning

Former US President Bush shaves his head

George H. W. Bush, father of George W., goes bald to support a sick child

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Criminal probe launched into Lac-Megantic oil train crash as death toll hits 15

More than 30 people are still missing in Quebec town after huge explosion caused by runaway oil train crash

'Like the town has been cut by a knife': Fears grow for dozens after runaway train explosion in Canada kills at least five

Five confirmed dead but 'toll will grow' as clean-up operation begins

Huge explosions hit Quebec town as freight train carrying hundreds of tons of crude oil derails

Up to 1,000 people evacuated and around 30 buildings destroyed

The bizarre tale of the 'North Pond Hermit' takes another twist as he receives marriage proposal and an offer to bail him out of jail

Christopher Knight, who has become known as the North Pond Hermit, reportedly spent 27 years in the woods of Maine

'North Pond Hermit' who lived in Maine woods for 27 years with no human contact committed more than 1,000 burglaries say police

Christopher Knight, 47, was arrested last week after triggering a motion sensor set up by a game warden

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Zumba dance teacher Alexis Wright admits prostitution charge

Zumba dance teacher admits prostitution charge - meaning her clients will not be called as witnesses

A zumba instructor has admitted using her dance studio as a front for a prostitution ring that involved scores of men. The plea means that Alexis Wright will avoid a trial, as will her clients who might have been called as witnesses.

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