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Landmark Didcot cooling towers destroyed in controlled explosion
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Syrian toddler Doha Muhammed was caught by Algerian immigrant Feuzi Zabaat, 17, who saw her fall from the window of her home in Fatih, Istanbul.
Ten people were injured in the incident aboard the ALK Airlines flight including a flight attendant who was thrown into the ceiling.
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Thirteen artists from all over central Asia have met in Uzbekistan's Samarkand, one of the continent's most ancient cities, for an ambitious project immortalising centuries of cultural heritage in artworks.
The U.S. Senator was answering a question about the pay gap for minority women when the man interrupted, saying he had a "much bigger idea.”
An explosion at a Russian explosives factory injured at least 79 people, the Russian health ministry said.
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The deeply-worn Scala Sancta (Holy Stairs) were brought to light for the first time in 300 years after a seven-year restoration.
"A good illustration why we always tell our clients to immediately leave the beach if the glacier calves."
The video went viral and Turks responded on Twitter with jokes dubbing the man "Turkey's first astronaut".
In the Steve Jobs Theatre in California, it was confirmed that 100 plus countries could receive the new subscription service of Apple tv channels, tv and movies, on all devices and smart TVs by the autumn.
Two Texas snake removers found 45 rattlesnakes underneath a house when responding to a call.
Two lawmakers from India's ruling party were set to be disciplined on Thursday (March 7) after a fight using a shoe as a weapon went viral on social media.
A storm has hit the north-eastern coast of Malta with winds as fast as 100 km/hour.
In Xemxija, on Malta's San Pablo bay, the waves were so high they flooded the beaches and some of the streets.
Two security officers have been suspended in Sweden after footage emerged of them removing a heavily pregnant woman from an underground train in Stockholm and pinning her down on a bench.
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A unique tulip garden covering 2,500 square metres was specially created for the event, with 200-thousand tulips presented in multiple colours.
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Four people decided to pose as one big yellow bus while attempting to cross a vehicle-only bridge.
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A video of a visually impaired French man and his guide dog being kicked out of a supermarket has sparked outrage on social media in France.
Footage has emerged of a devastating tsunami which swept the city of Palu in Indonesia while hundreds were attending a beach festival.