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Scientists have been baffled by the discovery of a 260ft-wide hole in the ground in north Siberia.
The moment a seaplane almost landed on a surfacing whale has been caught on video.
A huge sinkhole in a street in Florida is still growing, according to local residents.
Orange really is the new black.
Dutch investigators say the remains of only 200 people from flight MH17, in addition to some body parts, have been delivered to forensic teams.
Britain's largest high street banks will announce next week that they are setting aside more than £1bn in additional provisions to compensate customers who were mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
Helen Mirren is reprising her role as the Queen yet again for a stint on Broadway which she has admitted she would "prefer not" to do.
European Union foreign ministers are gathering in Brussels to discuss imposing further sanctions on Russia in the wake of the downing of flight MH17.
US and European airlines have grounded flights to Israel, after a plane was diverted when a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's airport.
The Palestinian leadership says it has proposed a ceasefire plan to mediators Egypt aimed at halting the Gaza conflict between Hamas and Israel.
Consumers in the UK are paying hundreds of pounds more for some gadgets than US shoppers, a watchdog says.
A growing number of fast food and cafe chains are becoming embroiled in a scandal linked to a single supplier accused of passing off "toxic meat".
Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan has met parents of some of the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists 100 days ago.
The widow of poisoned ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko says she is "relieved and delighted" that there will be a public inquiry into his death.
There is "clear evidence" of an Islamist takeover plot at Birmingham schools, a Government-led inquiry has found.
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Two American flags atop New York City's iconic Brooklyn Bridge have been replaced with large white flags - a move that has baffled police.
Tesco's chief executive Philip Clarke is to quit after a string of poor results for the supermarket giant.
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says England will not bid for any Fifa tournaments while Sepp Blatter is in charge of the organisation.