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Cosmic! Millions watch as total eclipse plunges US into darkness
Millions of people looked on as the Moon blocked out the Sun in the first total solar eclipse in a century to cross the US.
Barcelona terror attack driver Younes Abouyaaquob shot dead by police
Police have shot and killed the suspected van driver who left 13 people dead in the terror attack on Barcelona.
Hunt for Madeleine McCann needs more cash to continue
Scotland Yard is to ask for more money to continue its six-year investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
US warships to halt operations after collision that left 10 sailors missing
The US Navy is warning warship commanders there will be a pause in operations after a collision between a destroyer and a tanker left 10 sailors missing.
Johnson & Johnson hit with $417m bill over talc cancer claim
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been ordered to pay a woman $417m (£323m) in the latest cancer compensation case relating to its talc-based products.
What do you think of the year's funniest joke?
Comedian Ken Cheng has won the award for this year's funniest joke at the Edinburgh Festival for a gag about a pound coin.
Man held in Houston over Richard Dowling statue 'explosives'
A man has been arrested for allegedly trying to plant explosives on a Confederate statue in Houston, Texas.
Shetland ponies stabbed in neck in 'barbaric' night-time attack
Nine Shetland ponies have been stabbed and slashed in a "barbaric" night-time attack - with one dying from a suspected heart attack.
Teenager sexually assaulted twice on train home from Boardmasters festival
A 17-year-old girl was subjected to a "deeply upsetting and shocking" sexual attack on her way home from the Boardmasters festival in Newquay, Cornwall.
Man held in Calais charged with escaping open prison 22 years ago
A man accused of absconding from an open prison 22 years ago has been arrested at the Eurotunnel site in Calais, France.
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