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Several people killed in shooting in Copenhagen shopping mall as one arrested
Police in Denmark say several people have been killed in a shooting at a shopping mall in Copenhagen.
'Halo' devices save drivers in two separate horror crashes in F1 and F2 at Silverstone
There were two horror crashes in the Formula One and Formula Two races at Silverstone today, with experts saying both could have been deadly but for a life-saving "Halo" device.
Jayland Walker shot up to 60 times by police in Ohio as bodycam footage released
Police have released bodycam footage showing the moment a black man was shot up to 60 times after he fled a traffic stop.
PM 'not aware of specific claims' about disgraced MP Chris Pincher and thought he was 'best choice' for deputy chief whip job
Boris Johnson made the "choice he thought was best" in appointing Chris Pincher to government and was "not aware of specific claims" about the Tory MP, a cabinet minister has insisted.
Cameron Norrie reaches Wimbledon quarter-finals after beating Tommy Paul
British number one Cameron Norrie is through to the Wimbledon quarter-finals after beating 30th seed Tommy Paul in straight sets.
Ukrainian civilians learning the hard way that Russian mines will take years to clear
We stuck rigidly to a narrow strip of safe ground. To the left and right it's littered with mines.
Second woman killed in shark attack off Egypt's Red Sea coast
A second woman has been killed in a shark attack off Egypt's Red Sea coast.
Around 100 firefighters battle blaze on 15th floor of London tower block
Around 120 people were evacuated as dozens of firefighters tackled a fire in a 17-storey block of flats in southeast London.
At least 77 rescued from Nigerian church basement after awaiting second coming of Christ
Dozens of people who were being kept in a church basement in Nigeria as they awaited the second coming of Jesus Christ have been freed by police.
Childcare changes to help tackle cost of living 'not a silver bullet or panacea', says minister
A shake-up of childcare rules will be announced this week, aiming to save money for hundreds of thousands of families by allowing staff to look after more children.