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Tree Surgeon Dies After Fall Into Wood Chipper

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A tree surgeon has died after losing his footing and falling head first into an industrial wood chipper, sparking a police investigation.

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IS Releases Gruesome Full-Length Film

The propaganda war being waged by Islamic State militants has intensified, with the release of a full-length documentary-style film entitled Flames of War: Fighting Has Just Begun.

Thai Murders: 'Beautiful Hannah' Brought Home

The family of a British backpacker murdered in Thailand say they have brought their "beautiful Hannah" back to the UK.

Teen Is 13th To Drown Off Mauritius This Year

A teenager died while swimming with dolphins after being best man at his father's wedding on an island paradise.

Toxic Spill Sparks Water Alert In Mexico

Around 25,000 people have been urged to avoid using water after an alert was issued over a toxic spill from a Mexican copper mine.

Missing Student's Parents In 'Worst Nightmare'

The parents of a missing student have pleaded for help to find their daughter, as police hunt the man they say was the last person to see her alive.

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Rwandan Militia Commander 'Tired Of War'

The commander of one of the Rwandan militia hiding out in the eastern Congolese mountains has told Sky News his men will not disarm without guarantees for their safety.

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Briton's Body Found After Mexico Hurricane

The body of a British woman who went missing while travelling on a yacht off the coast of Mexico has been found.

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Jude Law 'Overwhelmed' By DR Congo Suffering

The British actor Jude Law says he is "overwhelmed" by the scale of the problem in the Congo after visiting one of the largest camps for those who've fled their homes to escape fighting.

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Nasa Spacecraft Successfully Enters Mars Orbit

Nasa's Maven spacecraft has reached Mars after a 442-million-mile flight through space that began a year ago.

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Blair: Airpower Alone Not Enough To Defeat IS

Tony Blair has said Britain should not rule out sending forces into Syria and Iraq to counter the threat posed by Islamic State.

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Ebola Lockdown: 92 Bodies Found In Sierra Leone

Ninety-two bodies and at least 56 new infections have been discovered in Sierra Leone during a nationwide ebola lockdown.

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