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The House Oversight and Reform Committee has launched an investigation into the promoter of the Astroworld music festival in Houston, in which 10 people were killed during a massive crowd surge.
Japanese police investigate arson after blaze kills 24 in Osaka
Authorities are looking for a man suspected of starting a fire in the port city of Osaka which ended up killing 24 people in a hospital.
Astroworld: Travis Scott says he didn't know about deaths on stage
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Mass clean-up saves California surf spot from catastrophic oil spill
A tremendous clean-up operation means these iconic US beaches can now reopen following an environmental disaster.
Heavy floods on Spain's eastern coast damage homes and businesses
The flash flooding, dangerous in some eastern parts of Spain since Wednesday, didn't lead to any direct casualties.
Helicopters used in earthquake-hit Haiti as gangs block aid deliveries
The August 14 earthquake killed more than 2,200 people
Meet the British student who flew to Afghanistan and is now stuck
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Florida building collapse: 159 people still unaccounted for
British-American citizen Bhavna Patel, 38, is said to be unaccounted for along with her 42-year-old husband Vishal and 1-year-old daughter Aishani.
At least 1 dead as apartment building partially collapses near Miami
A 12-story beachfront apartment building partially collapsed in a town outside Miami early on Thursday morning, killing at least one person and trapping scores more in rubble.
Three arrested in Italy cable car crash as new details emerge
Police in northern Italy have made three arrests in the cable car crash that killed 14 people after investigators revealed the brake was deliberated deactivated to keep the funicular working.
Funerals begin for those who died in stampede in Israel
On Friday a festive gathering in northern Israel turned into one of the country's worst-ever tragedies, with at least 45 people killed in a stampede.
Victims of Portugal's deadly bridge collapse remembered 20 years on
Portugal's president, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, paid tribute to the 59 victims of the 2001 tragedy.
India: Glacier breaks leaving several dead and dozens missing
Part of a mountain glacier broke in India's northern Uttarakhand state, sending a massive flood of water and debris slamming into two dams.
Documentary makers acquitted of illegally exploring MS Estonia wreck
Two Swedish documentary makers were accused of illegally exploring the wreck of the MS Estonia, which sank in 1994 killing 852 people.
Spain declares eight regions disaster zones after Storm Filomena
The announcement comes as Madrid's regional government also warned of an increased risk of flooding in the city from melted snow.
Sweden receives request to re-investigate 1994 MS Estonia sinking
Swedish prosecutors have received a request to reopen an investigation into the sinking of the MS Estonia ferry that killed 852 people in 1994. It comes after new information appeared in a Discovery Network documentary in September.
Nicaraguans ask for humanitarian aid after Hurricane Eta
In Bilwi on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast, local residents inspect severe damaged caused in the area by Hurricane Eta.
Turkey: Death toll from earthquake rises to more than 71
Nearly two days after an earthquake hit in the Aegean Sea, search and rescue teams are still looking for survivors under the rubble. Shortly after midnight, the extricated a 70-year-old man who said he had "never lost my hope".
Hull damage not to blame for 1994 MS Estonia disaster: new report
A preliminary examination report has said that newly discovered damage was too small to have sunk the MS Estonia, which killed 852 people in 1994.
Watch: Cars and houses buried by mud as France battered by storms
Breil-sur-Roya, a French town close to the Italian border, two days after torrential rains and floods hit the south-east of France
Beirut blast: Macron pledges aid as protests erupt in Lebanon
Rescuers are still searching for survivors after Tuesday's explosion as anger mounts in Lebanon at the failure of politicians and officials to prevent the disaster.
Greeks haunted by Mati fire tragedy, two years on
The fire, which started on the Penteli mountain, spread very quickly to the seaside towns of Mati and Kokkino Limanaki, east of Athens, killing 102 people.
Watch live: Eruption fears as Taal volcano smoulders
The volcano in Batangas province has remained at alert level 4.
Black smoke spews out of Philippines volcano as Manila airport closes
Clouds of ash travelled 100 kilometres.
Why did 12m people in the Netherlands receive an emergency message?
The Dutch government uses the NL-Alert system to inform citizens about disasters and give emergency instructions.