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Passengers on a Boston commuter train had to smash windows to escape after an overheating engine filled carriages with smoke.
An image showing an unconscious parent overdosing in a car with her small child is raising fears of a new trend for drug addicts.
A landmark trade deal between the European Union and Canada is expected to go ahead after the Belgian government cleared a major hurdle.
Hillary Clinton is doing much better out of celebrities than her Republican rival, with stars giving away millions and throwing fundraisers for the Democrat.
German airline Lufthansa has cancelled hundreds of flights at its budget unit Eurowings because of a cabin crew strike.
Former British banker Rurik Jutting left his second victim dying inside his apartment and collapsed on the balcony "physically exhausted" after cutting her throat, his murder trial has heard.
A relative of former England football star Steven Gerrard, who was on a "Most Wanted" list, has given himself up.
A long-held theory that a flight attendant known as "Patient Zero" caused the spread of HIV in America has finally been disproven after scientists analysed archived blood samples.
Calais' deputy mayor has told Sky News the French state must take responsibility for relocating up to 1,000 migrants who remain in and around the "Jungle" camp.
Former British banker Rurik Jutting collapsed on his balcony after struggling to cut the throat of his second victim, before brandishing his knife at people walking below, his murder trial has heard.
Villages badly damaged as quakes hit central Italy
Rome's historic centre has been shaken by two strong earthquakes which struck central Italy - just months after a quake in the same area killed hundreds.
Topless selfie student crashes into Houston police car
A 19-year-old student has claimed she was taking a topless selfie to send to her boyfriend when she crashed into the back of a police car in Texas.