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Hong Kong: How long will China tolerate embarrassing protests and will it use force?
China has accused the UK and US of interfering in the internal affairs of Hong Kong as authorities struggle to contain months of protests in the city.
Girl, 15, dies after bridge collapses into river in France
A 15-year-old girl and a lorry driver have been killed after a bridge collapsed into a river in southwestern France, officials have said.
Tata Steel to cut 3,000 European jobs - report
Tata Steel is planning to cut around 3,000 jobs in Europe, with over half in the Netherlands, a source has told Reuters.
Girl, 15, dies in suspension bridge collapse in Toulouse
A 15-year-old girl has died after a suspension bridge in Toulouse collapsed.
China records third case of plague this month
A 55-year-old man has become the third person to be diagnosed with a form of plague in China this month.
Archaeological artefact smuggling ring smashed after London raids
Italian police have broken up a smuggling ring that was illegally transporting archaeological artefacts around the world.
Israel Folau: Disgraced rugby star links bushfires with Australia's same-sex marriage laws
Disgraced rugby star Israel Folau has linked bushfires in New South Wales and drought to Australia's decision to legalise same-sex marriage and abortion.
'Forgotten island' in Venice where residents say they've been abandoned amid floods
All eyes have been on Venice after historic flooding of the city's most treasured and iconic locations, such as St Mark's Square.
Breaking Bad in real life? Two chemistry professors in Arkansas are accused of making meth
Two chemistry professors in the US have been arrested on suspicion of making meth - a story similar to the hit TV show Breaking Bad.
Russia 'to return three captured ships to Ukraine'
Russia will return three captured ships to Ukraine, it has been reported, a year after it captured the vessels off the coast of Crimea.