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Four children die as train hits school bus in France
At least four children have died after a school bus was split in two in a collision with a train in southern France.
Rohingya Muslim death toll hit 6,700 in one month, charity says
At least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims were killed over the course of a month during a crackdown by Myanmar's security forces, according to a charity.
North Korea: US naval blockade would be 'act of war'
North Korea has warned the US would take a "dangerous and big step" towards nuclear war if it enforces a naval blockade.
Fox to sell film and TV assets to Disney
Two of the world's biggest media and entertainment companies have fired the starting pistol on the biggest shake-up in Hollywood since the 1930s as 21st Century Fox agreed to sell its entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co for $52.4bn.
Vladimir Putin: Donald and I are on first name terms
Vladimir Putin has revealed he and Donald Trump are on first name terms, as the Russian President spoke to the media during his four-hour, end-of-year news conference.
Salma Hayek claims Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed and threatened to kill her
Hollywood star Salma Hayek has become the latest actress to speak out against film producer Harvey Weinstein, accusing him of sexual harassment and branding him a "monster".
India police hunt 'happiness minister' over alleged murder
Police in India are hunting for the country's only happiness minister after he went missing when a court ordered his arrest over an alleged murder.
Geminid meteor shower: Stargazers hail 'magical' spectacle
Stargazers across the globe braved the winter chill and were rewarded with a spectacular display of shooting stars as the Geminids meteor shower reached its peak over Earth overnight.
Giant Christmas tree appears over Germany
A pilot got into the festive mood by flying his plane in the shape of a Christmas tree in the skies over Germany, radar-watchers have spotted.
Four Iraqis win damages for unlawful detention and ill-treatment by British forces
Four men have been awarded as much as £30,000 each after a High Court judge ruled they suffered mistreatment during the Iraq War.