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Kazakhstan bus fire kills 52 with few survivors

A bus has caught fire in north-western Kazakhstan, killing 52 people, the interior ministry has said. Five people managed to get out and were treated by rescue workers on the spot, reports said. The accident happened...

Trump wall: President denies changing view on Mexico border plan

US President Donald Trump has denied changing his views on the Mexico border wall. It comes after his chief of staff, John Kelly, told Fox News that the president's opinions had evolved since his original...

Australian Father Instincts helps find trapped Son

An Australian teenager has been found alive in a car wreck after his father made an intuitive decision to search for him in a helicopter. Samuel Lethbridge, 17, was trapped for 30 hours after his...

£350m Brexit claim was too low says Boris Johnson

The controversial claim that the UK sends £350m a week to the EU was a "gross underestimate", Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said. He told the Guardian the UK's contribution was already £362m a week...

Update: California mudslides death toll rises with 17 still missing.

Hundreds of rescuers are combing wreckage in Southern California for those missing after mudslides that have killed 17. Another 28 injuries have been reported in Santa Barbara County following the deluge that overwhelmed an area...

Trump- Russia Inquiry; President says He is unlikely to be interviewed

US President Donald Trump has said it is "unlikely" he will be interviewed by Robert Mueller, the man investigating possible ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia. There was no collusion, Mr Trump said,...

INEC rejects 61 political associations’ applications

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has disqualified 61 political associations seeking registration as political parties for failing to meet up with the requirements. Commission’s Chairman, Prof Mahmoud Yakubu, who made the disclosure while issuing...

Herdsmen killed over 756 in two years under Jonathan – Presidency

The Presidency on Wednesday said over 756 people were killed by herdsmen in two years under former President Goodluck Jonathan. It said it would , therefore, be wrong to insinuate that the recent killings happened...


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