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World Cup: Belo Horizonte Still Haunts England
Elmo Cordeiro will always remember a day that English football would rather forget.
British Skydiver Killed During Record Attempt
A "highly experienced" British skydiver has been named as one of two men who died after a mid-air collision during a record parachute jump attempt in Arizona.
Harry In Antarctica: Medical Blow For Trek
The Antarctic has claimed its first medical casualty from the Walking With the Wounded South Pole Challenge - on day three.
Yemen: 20 Dead Following Militant Suicide Attack
A brazen attack on the Yemeni Ministry of Defence in the capital Sana'a has left at least 20 people dead, say security officials.
Paul Walker: Fast & Furious Tribute Video
The Fast & Furious team has released a two-minute tribute video in memory of Paul Walker, who was killed in a car crash near Hollywood at the weekend.
Saturn's 'Hexagon' Mega Storm Seen By Cassini
A six-sided storm on Saturn that contains a huge hurricane has been pictured in the highest resolution yet by a Nasa spacecraft.
Oldest DNA Leads To Evolution Questions
Scientists have analysed the oldest human DNA ever recorded and found that it raises questions about the story of human evolution.
Bashir Resigns From MSNBC Over Palin Remarks
Martin Bashir has resigned from MSNBC after suggesting on his show that former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin eats faeces.
Rockwell Painting Sets Record At Auction
A Norman Rockwell painting titled Saying Grace has sold in New York for $46m (£28m), the highest price paid at auction for an American artwork and for a work by the Saturday Evening Post illustrator.
Qantas To Cut 1,000 Jobs Amid Profits Warning
Shares in Australian airline Qantas lost almost a fifth of their value after it issued a shock profits warning, flagging a half-year loss of up to A$300m (£165m).
Central African Republic: UN To Approve Action
Heavy gunfire has rocked several districts of the capital of the Central African Republic, killing at least 16 people and injuring dozens others, ahead of a UN vote on dispatching reinforcements to restore order in the country.
Racism Claims Over Cricket Australia Tweet
Cricket Australia's official Twitter account has been accused of sending a racist tweet after posting a picture of four Sikh men dressed as Teletubbies with the message: "Will the real Monty Panesar please stand up?!"