A German tourist has been trampled to death by a herd of cows after trying to take a shortcut through a fenced-off area.
Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that a piece of debris found on Reunion Island is from a Boeing 777; experts will check if it's from missing flight MH370.
Lawyers have pointed the finger at the Russian government as Britain wrapped up the inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006.
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Young people seen "drunkenly weaving" while texting are simply compensating for their diminished vision, research has found.
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After insisting on a 'rapid determination of guilt' for those behind the MH17 disaster, Russia has block a United Nations probe into who was responsible.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns has failed to turn up for a court hearing in London ahead of his perjury trial later this year.
Ukraine has warned that more civilian airliners could be shot down unless those behind the downing of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 tragedy are brought to...
Ancestors of modern corals thrived during a time when temperatures and levels of carbon dioxide were higher than they are today, a researcher says.
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Missing UK girl Madeleine McCann has been ruled out as the possible victim in the body in the suitcase murder in South Australia.
Halloumi, the salty, chewy cheese which is Cyprus' greatest gift to world gastronomy, has been given special protected name status by the EU.
Saw-edged teeth were unique to theropods, the family of two-legged carnivorous dinosaurs that included T. rex and Allosaurus, research shows.

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