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Families have been forced out of their homes after a hillside started mysteriously swallowing them up.
The grandmother of a British girl who drowned in a swimming pool in Egypt has questioned why lifeguards were not on hand to save her life.
A deer crashed through the windscreen of a moving bus and then erratically hopped around inside before stepping off.
Venezuelans have been hit by a chronic toilet paper shortage leading to empty supermarket shelves and long queues to snap up the remaining rolls.
A bear weighing nearly 300lb has been tranquillized and removed from a homeowner's backyard after it was discovered resting up a tree.
A man has been arrested after firing a starting pistol at the Cannes Film Festival, sending actors Christoph Waltz and Daniel Auteuil running for cover.
Jewellery worth more than $1m (£660,000) has been stolen from a hotel before it could be given to stars attending the Cannes Film Festival.
After nearly 27 years and 1,499 matches at Manchester United, Alex Ferguson heads into his last game as a football manager on Sunday.
A way to stop smoking, or an encouragement to start?
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore believes it will only benefit the competition next season that big changes are happening to the leading English clubs this summer.
A Colombian thief botched his getaway by running into the path of a bus after stealing a woman's mobile phone at a station.
Video game Gran Turismo could be set to give big brand car makers a run for their money.
Up to 60 people were taken to hospital after a collision between two US commuter trains serving New York City.
Morrisons has reached agreement with online grocer Ocado to launch its own food offering over the web from January 2014.
At the ancient Syrian archaeological site of Ugarit staff are preparing for the summer tourist season in the knowledge that no one will be coming to visit this year.
Police have identified a number of suspects in the case of missing Madeleine McCann, Scotland Yard has disclosed.
British construction worker Chris McManus was "unlawfully killed" by his captors minutes into a rescue operation to save him.
To have a chance of winning this year's Eurovision Song Contest, British hope Bonnie Tyler will have to outperfom the hot favourites from Denmark.