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At least 50 dead in India train disaster: Police
A commuter train traveling at high speed struck a crowd of people seated on tracks in northern India on Friday and at least 50 were feared killed, Punjab state police and witnesses said.
Top Afghan police chief killed in shooting, US general unhurt
Gen. Abdul Razeq, one of Afghanistan’s most powerful security officials, was killed on Thursday when a bodyguard opened fire following a meeting in the governor’s compound in the southern province of Kandahar, officials said.
At least one dead, dozens hurt as thousands protest graft in Haiti
At least one person was killed and dozens injured as thousands of protesters took to the streets in Haiti on Wednesday over a corruption scandal and some marchers called for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise.
Microsoft cofounder, investor, philanthropist Allen dead at 65
Paul Allen, who founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in the 1970s and later went on to become an investor, philanthropist and sports team owner, died Monday after his latest battle with cancer at age 65.
Eight dead, 25 missing as refugee boat sinks off western Turkey
Eight people died after a boat filled with refugees sank off the western coast of Turkey and another 25 were missing, the Turkish coast guard said on Wednesday.
Three shot dead in Mexico City tourist hotspot, 'mariachi' gunmen flee
Gunmen with rifles and pistols killed three people on Friday and injured at least seven in a tourist plaza in downtown Mexico City, police said, adding that they were chasing three men dressed as mariachi musicians who fled on motorbikes.
Half of dead baby turtles have stomachs full of plastic
Baby sea turtles are particularly vulnerable to the harmful effects of plastic pollution, according to a new study which found around half of the recently hatched reptiles had stomachs full of plastic.
Why 1,000 dead bodies of 9/11 victims were never found
The dead bodies of about 1,000 people were not found in the rubble of World Trade Center towers because massive explosives were used to demolish the skyscrapers on September 11, 2001, says Dr. Kevin Barrett, an American academic who has been studying the events of 9/11 since late 2003.
Police: Five people found dead in Australian city of Perth
Australian police found up to five dead people including a woman and children on Sunday in a suburb of the western city of Perth, a senior officer said.
One dead, 25 injured in Basra protests as main Iraqi port closed
Iraq’s main seaport closed down on Thursday following violent clashes between protestors and security forces in the southern city of Basra in which one demonstrator died and 25 more were injured the previous night.
Daesh attack leaves four Libyan soldiers dead
An attack on a checkpoint between the Libyan capital and the town of Zliten killed four soldiers of the UN-backed unity government on Thursday, the town's mayor said.
Hundreds of dead sea creatures hit Florida beaches in worst red tide in decade
A natural phenomenon, red tide is caused by a microscopic single-celled organism called Karenia brevis, unique to the Gulf of Mexico. It releases a powerful neurotoxin that can become airborne, causing headaches, watery eyes, coughing and asthma attacks in people.
Boko Haram attack leaves 5 dead in Nigerian village
At least five people have been killed and a village razed in an attack by Boko Haram extremists in the northern Nigerian Borno state.
Three dead in Spain as Europe wilts under record heatwave
Three men died from heatstroke in Spain as Europe sweltered in a record heatwave Friday, with temperatures hitting a scorching 45°C (113°F) in some areas and meteorologists saying only scant relief is in sight in the coming days, AFP reported.

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