Last Woolly Mammoths Died Because Of Thirst

A maternity hospital has been attacked in the Syrian rebel-held province of Idlib, with the number of casualties so far unknown.

‘A Million Iraqis Could Flee’ Fight For Mosul
Up to one million Iraqis could be forced to flee their homes as the war against Islamic State intensifies, the International Committee of the Red Cross has warned.

Body Camera Captures Burning Car Rescue
A police body camera has captured the moment two officers pulled a burglary suspect from a burning car.

Search On For India’s Most Famous Tiger
A huge search is under way in India for the country’s most famous tiger, who has been missing for three months.

Pope Prays At Auschwitz-Birkenau Death Camp
Pope Francis has visited Auschwitz death camp to mourn the more than one million mostly Jewish victims who died at the hands of the Nazis.

Valls ‘Open’ To Ban On Foreign Funding Of Mosques
France’s prime minister has said he is “open” to an interim ban on the foreign financing of mosques in the country following a spate of attacks claimed by Islamic extremists.

Iranians Seek Contact With Outside World
Shahr-e-ray is one of Tehran’s poorer areas – a working class, conservative bastion.

Priest Killer Appears In New IS Threat Video
A video purportedly showing one of the men involved in the murder of a French priest has been released by a news agency linked to Islamic State.

Prince Tribute Concert Announced For October
An official tribute concert for Prince will be held in October in his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

US ‘Declared War’ Blacklisting Kim Jong-Un
The US made a “declaration of war” by putting the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a sanctions blacklist, Pyongyang has claimed.

Assad Leaflet Airdrop Pitches Syria Amnesty Deal
Syrian President Bashar al Assad has offered an amnesty to rebels, as Russia pledged to open humanitarian corridors around the besieged city of Aleppo.

Beach Bag Ban In Cannes Amid Terror Concerns
Holiday goers in Cannes will no longer be allowed to take large bags onto the beach, in a move aimed at preventing terror attacks.

Police Hunt ‘Armed Woman’ At Job Centre
German police are responding to reports of an armed woman in a job centre, according to local media reports.

Watch Robot Builder Construct House In Two Days
A new robot builder can construct an entire house in two days – and never needs a tea break.

Mystery Fireball Lights Up Night Sky In US
A fireball which streaked across the sky in the western United States caused social media to light up back on earth.

Oldest Cancer Found In 1.7 Million-Year-Old Bone
Scientists have found the oldest known example of cancer in the foot bone of an early human dating back around 1.7 million years.

Pope Francis Falls Over During Open Air Mass
Pope Francis has tripped and fallen whilst presiding over Mass on the latest leg of his visit to Poland.

Merkel: Refugees Who Attack Us Mock Germany
Chancellor Angel Merkel has said refugees who carry out attacks in Germany mocked the country that took them in.

Syria: Assad Leaflet Airdrop Pitches Amnesty Deal
Syrian President Bashar al Assad has offered an amnesty to rebels, as Russia pledged to open humanitarian corridors around the besieged city of Aleppo.

Syria: Assad Pitches Amnesty Deal To Rebels
Syrian President Bashar al Assad has offered an amnesty to rebels, as Russia pledged to open humanitarian corridors around the besieged city of Aleppo.

Obama: Hillary More Qualified Than Me – And Bill
President Barack Obama has endorsed Hillary Clinton to succeed him in the White House by saying she is the most qualified nominee ever – including him and her husband Bill.

Turkey Shuts 130 Media Outlets In Post-Coup Purge
The Turkish government has ordered the closure of more than 130 media outlets amid a deepening crackdown following this month’s failed coup.

Probe Into ‘Honour Killing’ Of British Woman
Pakistan has ordered an urgent investigation into the death of a British woman following a claim it was a so-called “honour killing”.

‘I’ll Blow You Up’: Police Hunt Escaped Patient
A shopping centre in Germany has been evacuated as police search for an escaped psychiatric patient.

Mysterious Zika Cases Raise US Mosquito Fears
Florida officials are investigating four cases of Zika that do not appear to be related to travel, raising fears mosquitoes in the US are spreading the virus.

Freddie Gray: Charges Against Police Dropped
Charges against the last three police officers accused over the death of detainee Freddie Gray have been dropped.

Oz Teen Fears Reprisals Over Prison Abuse Video
A teenager who was filmed being left hooded and tied to a chair for two hours at an Australian juvenile jail fears reprisals from guards, it has been claimed.

Priest Killers ‘Pledge IS Allegiance In Video’
The men thought to be the killers of a French priest pledged allegiance to Islamic State in a video that has been released by the jihadist group.

Video: Nun Led To Safety After Priest Killing
Footage has emerged showing police helping a nun to safety after she fled Islamic State (IS) killers in a Normandy church.

Second Priest Killer Was Also Known To Police
The second assailant who slit the throat of a French priest at a church in Normandy has been identified as Abdelmalik Petitjean.

Suitcase Blaze Causes Bomb Scare In Germany
Armed police were deployed to a centre for migrants in a German town after reports of an explosion.

Man Who Shot Reagan To Be Freed From Hospital
The man who tried to assassinate former US president Ronald Reagan is set to be freed from a psychiatric hospital and allowed to live in the community.

Bar Bomber Chatted Online Just Before Attack
The man who blew himself up outside a wine bar in the German city of Ansbach was chatting to someone online just before the explosion.

Air France Warns Of Travel Drop After Attacks
Air France has warned its finances could suffer after the terror attacks in the country, saying some people now have a “special concern” about travelling there.

Rio 2016: Coe Upholds Ban On Russian Athletes
A ban on Russian track and field athletes from the Rio Olympics will not be overturned, IAAF president Sebastian Coe has ruled.

IS Revenge Bombing Kills Dozens In Syria
IS has claimed a massive bomb blast that killed at least 44 people and injured dozens in Syria was payback for airstrikes against its forces.

Turkey Coup: ‘More Than 8,600 Soldiers Involved’
The Turkish military has said 8,651 soldiers took part in the failed coup attempt earlier this month – approximately 1.5% of the army.

Drugs Branded With Olympic Logo Seized In Rio
Drugs packaged with the Olympic rings and the logo of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games have been seized by Brazilian police.

Ice Bucket Challenge Leads To ALS Breakthrough
Money raised by the viral charity campaign where people poured a bucket of ice water over their head has helped researchers discover a new gene associated with ALS.

Hillary Nominated As Bill Gets Personal
Hillary Clinton has been officially nominated as the Democratic candidate for the White House – as her husband Bill gave a highly personal speech endorsing her candidacy.

France Boosts Security After Priest Murder
The French government has moved to boost security after the murder of a priest by IS terrorists sparked fierce criticism of President Francois Hollande’s record.

Apple iPhone Sales Fall For Second Quarter
Apple’s profits dropped 27% in the second quarter of the year – partly driven by sales in China falling by a third.

Japan Suspect ‘Smiles’ After 19 Killed
A man accused of carrying out Japan’s worst mass killing since the end of the Second World War appeared to be smiling as he was transferred from police custody to see prosecutors.

Giant Dinosaur Footprint Found In Bolivia
A tourist guide has stumbled across a giant dinosaur footprint that is one of the biggest ever found.

Priest Killer’s Electronic Tag Raises Questions
Security forces in France are again in the spotlight after it emerged one of the men behind the murder of a priest in Normandy was wearing an electronic tag.

Budd And Decker Reunite After Famous 1984 Clash
It is one of the most infamous and controversial incidents in Olympic history – the 1984 3,000m final in Los Angeles.

Who Were Normandy Church Attackers?

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