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A walker has died after he plunged more than 300ft off the edge of the Devil’s Kitchen peak in Snowdonia and landed on a path in front of five other climbers.

Man killed in 650ft fall down mountain in Lake District

A man has been killed in the Lake District after plunging 650ft (200m) down a mountain.

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Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner when he jumped out of his Red Bull Stratos  helium-filled balloon on 14 October 2012

Felix Baumgartner says he is enjoying a relaxing retirement - as he tries to become a mountain rescue helicopter pilot

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Lewis Hamilton has admitted he wants to climb Mount Everest

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Mercedes driver wants to climb a number of mountains once he has retired with an aim of tackling the biggest of them all for charity

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Sir Bradley Wiggins leads from the front on the final kilometre of Stage Six on the Tour de Britain

Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins retains yellow jersey with home rider Simon Yates showing the future is bright

21-year-old sees off both Wiggins and Nairo Quintana to seal impressive stage win

At least 18 Afghan police officers killed in a single remote Taliban ambush

Country's interior minister releases statement announcing 'deeply saddening' incident which also wounded 13 others

Sir Bradley Wiggins leads from the front on the final kilometre of Stage Six on the Tour de Britain

Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins retains yellow jersey with home rider Simon Yates showing the future is bright

21-year-old sees off both Wiggins and Nairo Quintana to seal impressive stage win

A view of stage five of the Tour of Britain

Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins retains overall lead as Irishman Sam Bennett wins stage five

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Where's the team in yellow? Nick Clegg plays to win in Glasgow

Lib Dem reality check: 59% of voters say party is worse now than in 2010

Pressure is growing on Vince Cable to shun his allies and support Nick Clegg on the economy

'Inexperienced' British climber Robert Buckley falls 2,000ft to death in New Zealand

'It appears as if the party were insufficiently equipped and inexperienced' says police inspector

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