• Sister: Gaia 'light of my life'
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    Sister: Gaia 'light of my life'

    The family of Gaia Pope have said they are "absolutely devastated" after police searching for the missing 19-year-old found a body.

  • Bird Shatters Plane's Nose, Gets Stuck on Approach to Miami Airport
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    Bird Shatters Plane's Nose, Gets Stuck on Approach to Miami Airport

    A plane approaching Miami International Airport collided with a bird mid-air on Tuesday, November 14, fracturing the plane’s nose and causing the bird to become trapped. Despite the collision, the American Airlines Airbus A319 flying in from Mexico City was able to land safely, according to local reports

  • German parties at 'pain threshold' on immigration in coalition talks
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    German parties at 'pain threshold' on immigration in coalition talks

    Germany’s would-be coalition partners appeared to be stalled over the thorny issue of immigration policy on Sunday despite inching closer to agreement on other major sticking points including climate policy. Pascale Davies reports.

  • Burnham demands more power for the regions
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    Burnham demands more power for the regions

    Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has told Sky's Niall Paterson powers given back from Brussels should go to the regions.

  • Children enjoy Hamleys Toy Parade on Regent Street in London
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    Children enjoy Hamleys Toy Parade on Regent Street in London

    Regent Street in central London was closed to traffic on Sunday as toy shop Hamleys staged their Christmas Parade.Dozens of different children’s favourites, elves and marching bands made for a carnival of Christmas fun (even though it's still November).Hamleys is the oldest and largest toy shop in

  • Pope invites thousands of poor to lunch at Vatican
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    Pope invites thousands of poor to lunch at Vatican

    Pope Francis dined with 1,200 poor people at the Vatican to mark the Catholic Church's first "World Day for the Poor".

  • Kenyan Opposition Leader Odinga Says Police Responsible for Supporter Deaths
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    Kenyan Opposition Leader Odinga Says Police Responsible for Supporter Deaths

    Speaking on November 19, Raila Odinga, who ran against the incumbent Kenyan president, said police killed his supporters at a rally on November 17 . In this footage, Odinga said “leaders must stop incitement,” and said as many as 18 people were killed, blaming the police for shooting them. As many as

  • Jubilation in Zimbabwe as Mugabe is sacked by his own party
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    Jubilation in Zimbabwe as Mugabe is sacked by his own party

    The President has been removed from his post at the head of the ruling ZANU-PF party in a move that adds to pressure on him to resign.

  • Chancellor claims 'there are no unemployed people'
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    Chancellor claims 'there are no unemployed people'

    Chancellor Philip Hammond claimed on The Andrew Marr Show that there are no unemployed people in Britain.

  • Two endangered elephants struck by passenger train in India
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    Two endangered elephants struck by passenger train in India

    Two endangered Asian elephants have been hit and killed by a passenger train near the city of Guwahati in north-eastern India.

  • 'We'll bring back the crowd if he does not go'
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    'We'll bring back the crowd if he does not go'

    Zimbabwe's war veterans' leader, Chris Mutsvangwa, says there will be more protests if Robert Mugabe refuses to step down.

  • Dad makes cool solar-powered boat from waste water pipes
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    Dad makes cool solar-powered boat from waste water pipes

    A cool video from Australia of a science-mad father showing how he made a cheap solar-powered electric boat for his children.The unusual craft is made from plastic stormwater pipes, bits of aluminium and wood, plastic chair seats, an electric outboard and solar panels and a battery.The solar panels

  • Stunning remembrance exhibit opens in Plymouth Hoe, UK
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    Stunning remembrance exhibit opens in Plymouth Hoe, UK

    A stunning remembrance exhibit on Plymouth Hoe officially opened to the public on Sunday."Wave" is created from thousands of ceramic poppies which appear to flow down the Naval Memorial.It was originally seen at the Tower of London as part of the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

  • Chancellor to offer 'balanced package' in Budget
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    Chancellor to offer 'balanced package' in Budget

    Chancellor Philip Hammond has told Sky News he hopes to present a "balanced package" when he reveals the Budget next week.

  • Fake faecal sludge could help improve sanitation
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    Fake faecal sludge could help improve sanitation

    University of Bath researchers say testing of their fake faecal sludge could help teach those in the developing world how to safely dispose of raw sewage. Jim Drury reports.

  • Gay pride fills Buenos Aires streets
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    Gay pride fills Buenos Aires streets

    Thousands of people march through the streets of Buenos Aires in celebration of the 26th annual pride parade. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Tornado Sirens Sound in Nashville
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    Tornado Sirens Sound in Nashville

    Tornado sirens sounded in Nashville, Tennesse during severe storms that lashed the state on November 18. A tornado touched down near Woodbury, about 50 miles southeast of Nashville, around 5:41 pm, the National Weather Service said . The storm damaged buildings and toppled power lines, leading to electricity

  • Possible signals from missing Argentine submarine
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    Possible signals from missing Argentine submarine

    Argentina's defense ministry says that several failed "satellite calls" that it believes came from a missing naval submarine have been detected, in a likely sign the crew of 44 was trying to reestablish contact. Sara Hemrajani reports.

  • Tornado Touches Down in Gladeville, Damaging Homes Along Path
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    Tornado Touches Down in Gladeville, Damaging Homes Along Path

    A confirmed tornado hit Gladeville, Tennessee, on Saturday, November 18, causing significant damages to homes and property. According to reports , the twister touched down in parts of Davidson, Wilson and Rutherford counties. This video was taken from Gladeville, where residents in one neighborhood inspected

  • Charlie the Koala Surrenders to Belly Rubs
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    Charlie the Koala Surrenders to Belly Rubs

    A koala named Charlie enjoyed having his keeper rubbing his head and belly in a November 14 video filmed at the Australian Reptile Park. The fluffy marsupial is seen slowly losing all will to sit upright and lays down on the ground, closing his eyes in bliss and his fur gets scratched. Credit: Facebook

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