The 22-year-old is being treated in hospital after the incident on Wednesday night
For 150 years the railway line between Moscow and St Petersburg ran as straight as an arrow for 403 miles. Straight, but for one big bend near Novgorod. The story goes that Tsar Nicholas was so fed up of officials dithering over the route that he plonked a ruler on the map and drew a straight line between the two cities, accidentally drawing around his finger in the process. Too terrified to point out his error, the builders constructed the railway with the Tsar's bump in place.
The seven Supreme Court Justices voted unanimously against the claims
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Environment Secretary and Prime Minister accused of misleading Parliament and the public
A train has collided with a herd of reindeer in northern Sweden leaving 48 of the animals dead, with a rancher commenting that "it wasn't pretty to see".
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Channel Tunnel rail link hits 10m milestone coinciding with 20th anniversary
Only a handful of lines will be providing services the day after Christmas
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Hampshire exile Jamie Merrill fails to see what’s so great about this particular slice of pricey commuter belt
He assumed the mantle of the rogue with no regrets