News A stretch of the M1, the motorway where two men died on Thursday

Good Samaritan is believed to have been involved in a collision after going to help a man who jumped

The raids were carried out at three travellers’ sites near Bristol, including Tall Trees in Almondsbury

Police rescue three male ‘slaves’ from traveller sites

Three men have been rescued after apparently being forced to live in squalid conditions and work for little or no pay in a new case of alleged slavery on travellers’ sites.

The News Matrix: Friday 6 December 2013

Militia fight fierce battles in capital

Firefighters search in the the rubble of a collapsed building in Guarulhos, outskirt of Sao Paulo, Brazill

5-story building collapses in Sao Paulo suburb 

A five-story building under construction collapsed last night in the Sao Paulo suburb of Guarulhos, although there were no immediate reports of casualties.

File image: It is not clear how or why the toilet roll holder became stuck in the man's bottom

Man calls fire brigade after getting toilet roll holder stuck up bottom

Firemen were able to free the man from the object, but he did require medical assistance from paramedics

'World's ugliest dog' Elwood dies unexpectedly, aged eight

The Chihuahua and Chinese crested mix inspired a children's book after he was almost killed by a breeder who deemed him 'too ugly to sell'

Rescuers lift the police helicopter wreckage from the roof of the The Clutha Pub in Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow helicopter crash: death toll rises to nine

The wreckage of the helicopter was removed from the site this morning as investigators said the pilot put out no mayday calls before the crash

A police officer escorts a young boy as he lays flowers near to The Clutha bar in Stockwell Street where a police helicopter crashed on the banks of the River Clyde

Four of the eight people killed in Glasgow Clutha Vaults pub helicopter crash are named

Rescue operation continues as tributes are paid following Friday night’s helicopter crash

A handout picture made available by the US Coast Guard and taken from a Coast Guard helicopter shows some 100 Haitians sitting on the hull and mast of a sail freighter after it grounded and capsized off the coast of the Bahamas

Up to 30 feared dead as migrants' sailing boat capsizes in Bahamas

Vessel from Haiti was 'overloaded and unseaworthy' says US Coast Guard

The damage after the explosion of an oil pipeline

China's President Xi Jinping visits victims of deadly pipeline blasts in Qingdao

President Xi Jinping has visited victims of the deadly explosions that ripped through the eastern city of Qingdao after an oil pipeline ruptured.

Emergency services attend the scene after the roof of a supermarket in Riga, Latvia collapsed, killing at least 21.

Latvian president Andris Berzins calls supermarket building collapse 'murder'

President Andris Berzins spoke as rescue workers resumed their search for ten people still missing

Patient dies following cardiac arrest after paramedics lose keys to the ambulance

East Midlands Ambulance Crew were unable to transport the man to hospital

Emergency services attend the scene after the roof of a supermarket in Riga, Latvia collapsed, killing at least 21.

Latvia supermarket roof collapse: Riga death toll reaches 52

Rescue workers continue to search the rubble after large sections of the store in Riga suddenly gave way during the evening rush.

Two injured in Epping school bus crash

A man and a teenage girl have suffered "serious injuries" after a school bus crash.

Donna Bull, 53, was among the 50 people who died when a Boeing 737 crash landed in Russia. She was in the country on a 10 day work trip

Russian plane crash: Briton among 50 killed as Boeing 737 bursts into flames on landing

The Tatarstan Airlines plane was making a second attempt to land when it exploded, killing 50, including British woman Donna Bull

Passenger 'falls out' of plane into ocean 2,000 feet above Miami

Rescue teams have searched an area of south east Miami after a pilot reported a passenger falling out of the aircraft and into the sea

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