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Major incident declared after oil leak from large onshore field in Dorset
A major incident has been declared after an oil leak from an onshore field in Dorset.
Israel: Barricades broken near Netanyahu's home after outspoken defence minister sacked
Protesters have broken barricades near the home of Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem after the Israeli prime minister sacked his defence minister for criticising proposals to overhaul the judiciary.
US tornado: From clinging to carpet to hiding in a fridge as roof is torn off - the most unlikely tales of survival from pulverised Mississippi town
As day breaks in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, the chirping birds in the blue skies above cut through the eerie quiet.
US tornado: Risk of more severe weather in Mississippi 'getting worse and worse' after deadly storm
The risks of more severe weather in tornado-ravaged Mississippi "seem to be getting worse and worse", the governor has warned.
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte leaves club by 'mutual agreement'
Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte has left the club by "mutual agreement", the London side have said in a statement.
'I often find a corpse': How Tunisia has become the deadly route of choice for migrants trying to make it to Europe
Crowds slowly take shape as we drive down a long dirt road cutting through Sfax's famed olive groves.
Rishi Sunak accused of rehashing old ideas ahead of launching drive to 'stamp out' anti-social behaviour
Rishi Sunak has been accused of rehashing old ideas as he prepares to launch a fresh crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
Manchester shooting: Zikel Bobmanuel was 'his mother's pride and joy' and had a son who was just six weeks old
A man shot dead in a suspected targeted attack in Manchester had a son who is just six weeks old, his family has said.
Birmingham fire attack victim Mohammed Rayaz was 'looking forward to spending retirement with his grandchildren'
The family of a grandfather who was set on fire as he walked home from a mosque has said he is in "unimaginable pain", having been robbed of the chance to enjoy his retirement "spending time with his grandchildren".
Prince Harry: Sculpture filled with human blood 'to be projected on to St Paul's Cathedral' after duke's kill claim
Human blood is set to "drench" one of the UK's most famous landmarks in a protest over Prince Harry's controversial remarks about the number of people he killed in Afghanistan.
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