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Japanese tunnel rescue efforts suspended as attempts are made to secure roof as authorities confirm nine deaths

Video footage from cameras inside the tunnel, after the fire was extinguished, showed firefighters picking their way through cement roof panels that collapsed onto vehicles

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I suffered from anorexia from around 12 or 13, and then from bulimia from the age of 17. But I began looking at pro-ana sites at the age of about 11.

Fourteen disabled people die in fire at German workshop

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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: Leveson did nothing for many targets of the press

Fanatical libertarians are feverishly awaiting Lord Leveson's report on Thursday. Some inquiry team members have been branded dangerous lefties and the nation is warned about ominous state censorship. I believe this whipped-up paranoia is bunkum and that some kind of statutory underpinning is essential for any future press regulatory body.

Mystery surrounds Windows president Steven Sinofsky's departure from Microsoft

The man tipped to lead Microsoft's fight back against Apple and Google has left the company in mysterious circumstances a fortnight after unveiling one of its most important products in years.

Two killed in Indianapolis house explosion

A roaring explosion that levelled two homes and set two others ablaze forced about 200 people from an Indianapolis neighborhood where two people were killed, authorities said yesterday.

Mission impossible: How do you stop squirrels eating all your bird food?

I'm starting to question whether the words "bird feeder" and "squirrel-proof" should ever appear in the same sentence. I mean, I don't want to involve trading standards, but on the other hand, wouldn't it be more accurate if somewhere in there, you came across the word "relatively"?

Wenger sees Oxlade-Chamberlain as a future central midfielder

Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain faces fitness test ahead of Manchester United trip

Arsenal head to Manchester United tomorrow reporting no fresh injury worries from their thrilling midweek Capital One Cup win at Reading.

Windows 8: Microsoft's new operating system

New era for Microsoft as Surface tablet and Windows 8 go on sale

Microsoft embarked on a new era Friday as its two long-anticipated projects finally went on sale: a major overhaul of its operating system and a foray into hardware with a tablet computer.

Microsoft: warned by European Union regulators to modify how it presents Internet Explorer in Windows 8

Microsoft told to amend Windows 8 to avoid new clash with EU

Microsoft was warned by European Union regulators to modify how it presents Internet Explorer in its new Windows 8 operating system to avert another antitrust clash, Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said.

The dark nights return: Inspiration for your beauty regime this autumn

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Nokia losses grow as sales plunge again

Nokia has reported its third quarter net loss widened further to €969 million (£787 million) with a 19% plunge in revenue, as it struggles against the dominance of Samsung and the iPhone in the tough smartphone market.

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