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

Nairobi Westgate attack: American family speak of heroic rescue by Kenyan man

The family rescued by the brother of an anti-terror agent have spoken of their ordeal, after coming under siege by terrorists in a Kenyan shopping mall.

A soldier helps people inside Westgate mall on Saturday

Kenya shopping mall attack: Nairobi hostages were tortured before they were killed, says police doctor

Rumours of rapes, disfigurement and beheadings are rife in Kenya’s capital

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Spoiler alert: Seven ways Breaking Bad might end... but probably won't

Almost 80 per cent of FBU members voted in favour of industrial action

Contingency plans in place for firefighters’ strike over pensions

National contingency arrangements no longer exist since Green Goddesses were sold or donated to other countries

Firefighters tackle blaze at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa restaurant

Around 150 people were evacuated from a shopping centre after a fire at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa restaurant.

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 15 preview: What will happen in 'Granite State'?

Spoiler alert: Last week's episode of Breaking Bad was one of the most shocking in TV history. Can they top it this week?

Firefighters will not respond to less urgent calls during strike

Firefighters may not respond to calls about gas leaks, flooding, people trapped in lifts, grass and rubbish  fires, and animal rescues, during a national strike this week, a leading brigade has warned.

68 missing in Mexico landslide 'probably dead', says president

Official warns death toll from two tropical storms could soon reach 200

Six more die as fighting drags on between government troops and Muslim insurgents in Philippine city of Zamboanga

Five rebels and a 71-year-old woman were killed Saturday as fighting dragged on in a southern Philippine city between government troops and Muslim insurgents holding out with about 20 civilian hostages, officials said.

'I ate some corn. It rained and I drank some rain, but not much': Chinese woman found alive after 16 days in well

A woman stranded for 16 days in an abandoned well in central China said today that she shouted for help every day and began to lose hope, but that she managed to survive on raw corn and rainwater.

MoD forced to defend decision to put down 'Prince William' guard dogs

Ministry says it was not possible to rehome the animals

Supermarket gas leak prompts evacuations in Southampton

One person was taken to hospital and 61 others were treated by paramedics when gas from a leaking refrigerator forced the evacuation of two supermarkets.

Firefighters to strike next week in England and Wales over pension row

Almost 80% voted in favour of four hour strike in a ballot that ended this month

'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

Afghan mine collapse kills at least 27 workers

The deaths follow a mine collapse in December in which 11 men were believed to have died

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