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'Several thousand still missing' after mudslides in Sierra Leone
Several thousand people are still missing in Sierra Leone after heavy rain caused mudslides, a charity has told Sky News.
Desperate search for survivors after Sierra Leone mudslide
Only when stood at the foot of the Sugar Loaf mountain do you get a sense of the enormity of this disaster.
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe requests diplomatic immunity in assault case
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is requesting diplomatic immunity after being accused of assaulting a 20-year-old model, South African police say.
Zoo animals 'stolen to be eaten' amid Venezuela shortages
Police in crisis-hit Venezuela believe animals stolen from a zoo were taken to be eaten amid chronic food shortages in the South American country.
Woman delighted as misshapen carrot leads to lost engagement ring
Most dream of a 24-carat gold engagement ring…. but one woman was merely thrilled to find her own one-carrot band.
Great American Eclipse: Where natural phenonemon will blot out the Sun
Americans are bracing themselves for a once-in-a-century total solar eclipse which will cross the US on Monday.
'Kiwis under the bed' row heats up as Australia citizenship saga continues
Australia and New Zealand are engaged in a diplomatic spat over claims Kiwi politicians conspired with Australia's opposition to topple the government.
Man confesses to killing sister after severed legs found in Rome rubbish bin
Police in Rome say a man has confessed to murdering his sister following the discovery of a pair of severed legs in a rubbish bin.
Man 'lucky to survive' after shooting himself in heart with nail gun
A man who drove himself to hospital after accidentally shooting a nail into his heart was lucky to survive, doctors say.
Jesse Jackson: 'There are no Hitler statues in Germany'
Civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson has called for all Confederate statues to be removed from US cities after the violence in Charlottesville.