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'People started falling on top of each other': At least 41 people - including children - killed in fire at Egypt church
At least 41 people have been killed in a fire at a church a few miles from Egypt's capital, Cairo.
Salman Rushdie's injuries are 'life-changing' but author has been able to 'say a few words', son says
Sir Salman Rushdie suffered "life-changing" injuries when he was stabbed, but has been "able to say a few words" and retains his "usual feisty and defiant sense of humour", his son has said.
'We can do nothing': Hope running low as crisis grips Afghanistan's biggest children's hospital
With his long black hair flowing beneath a traditional cap and over his masked face, a Taliban guard, machine gun in hand, indicated I should follow the doctor.
Man shoots himself dead after crashing into barricade near US Capitol
A man drove his car into a barricade near the US Capitol building in Washington DC and fired shots into the air before killing himself, police said.
Three murder arrests after man, 60, dies at scene of fight
A murder investigation has been launched after a 60-year-old man died at the scene of a fight in east London.
Freya the walrus put down due to fears for public safety
A popular walrus in the Norwegian capital has been put down by authorities due to fears she posed a risk to people.
People pulled from rubble as dozens injured in huge blast at Armenian market
At least one person is dead and dozens more are injured after an explosion ripped through a large market in Armenia.
Labour to call for energy price cap freeze amid cost of living crisis
Sir Keir Starmer is tomorrow expected to call for the energy price cap to be frozen this autumn as households across the UK feel the pinch amid the cost of living crisis.
Prosecution of six protesters who attended Sarah Everard vigil dropped
Six protesters who attended a vigil for Sarah Everard are no longer facing prosecution.
'It was terrifying': Shots fired in Canberra Airport as man arrested
A man has been arrested after shots were fired in the check-in area of Canberra Airport in Australia.