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'Hazardous Chemicals' Risk At Site Of Inferno

'Hazardous Chemicals' Risk At Site Of Inferno

Emergency services are tackling a huge blaze at an industrial site containing "potentially hazardous" chemicals.

South Korea Ferry Captain Slammed By President

South Korea Ferry Captain Slammed By President

South Korea's president says the behaviour of the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry was "tantamount to murder".

Skin Cancer Rise Linked To Package Holidays

Skin Cancer Rise Linked To Package Holidays

The rise of package holidays and sunbed use have been blamed for a five-fold increase in rates of the deadliest form of skin cance…

Teachers Subjected To Online Abuse By Pupils

Teachers Subjected To Online Abuse By Pupils

Children as young as seven are posting insulting online comments and threats against their teachers - but many school staff are to…

Katherine Jenkins to Wed Film Producer Beau

Katherine Jenkins to Wed Film Producer Beau

Classical music star Katherine Jenkins has announced she is to marry her film producer boyfriend.

Tree Falls Outside Pub In Wigan: Four Hurt

Tree Falls Outside Pub In Wigan: Four Hurt

A boy has suffered a suspected broken leg and three other people were injured after a tree fell on top of them near a pub in Wigan

Skydivers' Plane Crashes: 8 Die In Finland

Skydivers' Plane Crashes: 8 Die In Finland

Eight skydivers have been killed after their plane crashed to the ground and burst into flames in Finland.

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Monday's National Newspaper Front Pages

The Prime Minister, the UK economy, skin cancer and First World War heroes all feature on the front pages of Monday's newspapers.

Miss America Appeals To School Over Prom Row

Miss America Appeals To School Over Prom Row

The reigning Miss America has asked a school to reconsider its decision to suspend a Pennsylvania student who asked her to a prom.

Assad 'Launching Chemical Attacks With Chlorine'

Assad 'Launching Chemical Attacks With Chlorine'

The French government says there are "indications" Syrian President Bashar al Assad is still using chemical weapons against his ow…

Malaysia Airlines Jet In Landing Gear Scare

Malaysia Airlines Jet In Landing Gear Scare

A Malaysia Airlines plane has landed safely after being forced to turn around due to a technical problem.

'Hurricane' Boxer Who Inspired Hollywood Dies

'Hurricane' Boxer Who Inspired Hollywood Dies

Former boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, whose wrongful murder conviction was portrayed in a 1999 film starring Denzel Washington, h…

British Tourist Killed In Ravine Bus Crash

British Tourist Killed In Ravine Bus Crash

A British tourist has died after a double-decker bus skidded and rolled down a ravine in Malaysia, say reports.

Sleeping Woman Killed As Car Crashes Into Home

Sleeping Woman Killed As Car Crashes Into Home

A Florida woman sleeping in her bedroom has been killed after another woman allegedly fleeing from police crashed her car into her…

Dozens Of 'Al Qaeda Militants' Killed In Yemen

Dozens Of 'Al Qaeda Militants' Killed In Yemen

Dozens of suspected al Qaeda militants have been killed in a weekend of air strikes in Yemen.

Michelle Obama To Make Nashville TV Cameo

Michelle Obama To Make Nashville TV Cameo

Michelle Obama is to make a cameo appearance in country music drama series Nashville next month.

French Journalists Held In Syria Return Home

French Journalists Held In Syria Return Home

Four journalists have returned home to France after being held for 10 months by Islamic extremists in Syria.

Farage 'Slandered' Front National, Le Pen Claims

Farage 'Slandered' Front National, Le Pen Claims

The leader of the French Front National has claimed Nigel Farage slandered her party by calling it "anti-semitic".

Bailey's Queen Portrait In 'Instagram Style'

Bailey's Queen Portrait In 'Instagram Style'

He has taken pictures of some of the world's top celebrities and now David Bailey has turned his camera on the Queen, adding Insta…

Islamist Extremism 'A Deadly Problem For Charity'

Islamist Extremism 'A Deadly Problem For Charity'

A charities' watchdog has warned that Islamist extremism is the "most deadly" problem the sector faces.

Nurse 'Lost Her Job Over Christian Beliefs'

Nurse 'Lost Her Job Over Christian Beliefs'

A nursery nurse has said she lost her job after telling a gay colleague her beliefs on homosexuality as a Christian.

Prince George Goes Walkabout With Bilbies

Prince George Goes Walkabout With Bilbies

Prince George made his first walkabout on the Australian leg of the royal tour when he met some indigenous animals at a zoo.

Ukraine: 'Five Killed At Separatist Checkpoint'

Ukraine: 'Five Killed At Separatist Checkpoint'

A gun battle at a checkpoint manned by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine has left five dead, it has been claimed.

Ukraine PM: 'Putin Has Soviet Union Dream'

Ukraine PM: 'Putin Has Soviet Union Dream'

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk has said he is concerned as to how far Russian President Vladimir Putin will go in what …

'Faster Than Farah' Runner Denies Cheating

'Faster Than Farah' Runner Denies Cheating

A man accused of jumping over a barrier during the London Marathon to finish the race in an impressive time has denied allegations…

Easter: Faithful Attend Services Around World

Easter: Faithful Attend Services Around World

More than 150,000 people gathered in St Peter's Square in Rome for the annual Easter message from Pope Francis, as the Archbishop …

Teachers Warn Of 'Constant' CCTV Surveillance

Teachers Warn Of 'Constant' CCTV Surveillance

Teachers say they are being subjected to constant surveillance by CCTV cameras in schools which are supposed to be used to keep pu…

Teen Thrown Around Ride Like A 'Rag Doll'

Teen Thrown Around Ride Like A 'Rag Doll'

A teenager is recovering in hospital after falling 15ft from a fairground ride in Worthing, Sussex.

South Korean Ferry Families Clash With Police

South Korean Ferry Families Clash With Police

Distraught relatives of hundreds of missing passengers on board the sunken South Korean ferry have clashed with police as the offi…

Fog Screens Could Herald Gadget Revolution

Fog Screens Could Herald Gadget Revolution

Developers at Bristol University have invented what could be the future of interactive computing, involving fog screens.

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