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Cars were crushed as part of the crane plummeted into a city centre street, officials said.
Police investigate after a photo said to be of the body of Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala is shared on social media.
Critical scientific assessment of humanity's impact on nature to be released after Paris negotiations.
Iranian artist Monir Farmanfarmaian, who worked with Andy Warhol, has died aged 97.
Bubbly, breastfeeding and baby names - how American moms-to-be compare with British mums-to-be.
Jane Wong is a technology blogger and app researcher who unlocks new features before they launch.
Damon Rose set out to discover what Christianity has to offer disabled people beyond promises of miracle cures.
The second most important figure in Tibetan Buddhism was seized by China in 1995 and hasn't been seen since. Why does it matter?
In Colombia, the 'Tiempo de Juego' charity is using the sport to try to reduce crime in violent neighbourhoods.
Schoolchildren lead the way in the fight against climate change
A man has been arrested after an attack at the synagogue near San Diego, California.
The money will help provide housing, food and basic needs for thousands trying to reach the US.
Orthodox Christians are celebrating Easter around the world, the week after fellow Christians.
A box carrying tens of thousands of dollars falls off the back of a truck in Grand Haven, Michigan.
The Russian president describes Maria Butina's 18-month prison sentence as a "travesty of justice".
Rafael Nadal's hopes of extending his own record for most tournament wins at a single event are ended as he loses in the Barcelona Open semi-finals.
Police launch an investigation after blades are discovered at the 12-year-old's school classroom.
President Putin says he is considering extending a scheme announced this week in rebel-held areas.
Brother Stanley was the pastor in charge of the Zion church in Sri Lanka when the bombing happened.