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Fire destroys just bought Ferrari

The destroyed Ferrari 430 Scuderia.

A "sporty motor" has been burnt to a crisp within a hour of its new owner picking it up in the UK.

Grounds for Grenfell Tower charges

Flames and smoke billow from Grenfell Tower in London, during the June 14 fire that killed at least 80 people.

UK police say they have "reasonable grounds" to charge two organisations with corporate manslaughter over fire that killed 80.

Baby Charlie to die in hospice

Charlie Gard will die in a hospice.

Judge approves plan to move terminally ill British baby to hospice after deadline for parents to come up with alternative plan passes.

Prince William quits his day job

Prince William is now a full-time royal.

Second-in-line to the throne quits his air ambulance job and moves his family to Kensington Palace.

Want a job with Will and Kate?

The royal trio post job ad on LinkedIn for a communications officer to work for their Royal Foundation.

Based at Kensington Palace for 37.5 hours per week, the role requires "tact and discretion at all times".

Charlie 'can't go home to die' video

Connie Yates, the mother of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard, arrives at the High Court on July 26, in London.

Terminally ill British baby will most likely end his life in a hospice, not at home.

Fires rip through Riviera video

Flames and smoke fill the sky above a burning hillside as tourists swim on the beach in Bormes-les-Mimosas, in the Var ...

12,000 people leave homes and campsites as wildfires rage through southern France.

Deciding where Charlie can die video

The parents of critically ill baby Charlie Gard, Connie Yates and Chris Gard arrive at the High Court in London, Britain ...

British judge will rule on where terminally ill baby Charlie Gard will spend his last moments.

$375 fine for dip in famous fountain

Tourists stand in front of the Trevi fountain in Rome, Italy.

Visitors to Rome's Trevi Fountain need to be on their best behaviour from now on.

US votes to slap new sanctions on Russia

In spite of the president's objection, the US House of Representatives has voted for additional sanctions against ...

The US House has voted to hit Russia, Iran and North Korea with new sanctions, despite President Donald Trump's objections.

Swiss chainsaw attacker arrested

A photo from police of the suspect, who they identified as Franz Wrousis, a drifter with a criminal record who mostly ...

A 50-year-old man has been caught a day after storming into an insurance office wielding a chainsaw and wounded staff.

Bank robbers don Trump masks video

The masks depicting US President Donald Trump allegedly worn by the Italian brothers in bank cash machine robberies.

In a nod to Hollywood, two Italian brothers pull off robberies wearing masks of US President.

Man with chainsaw wounds five video

A Swiss police officer guards a crime scene of an attack by an unidentified man in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen, ...

Unkempt man wounds five people at an office building in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen and then flees.

Charlie Gard's parents end fight video

Balloons with messages for Charlie Gard and his parents are attached to the railings outside the High Court ahead of a ...

UK parents cry as they end their legal battle for treatment of their terminally-ill child.

Bear chases 200 sheep over cliff

The flock of sheep tried to outrun a bear (file photo).

Flock of sheep falls to their death in the Pyreneese after being chased off a cliff.

German IS teen found in Iraq

Linda W, the German teenager captured in Mosul after joining Islamic State.

Sixteen-year-old matches description of girl who disappeared from home in 2016.

Greeks sleep outside after quake

Children sleep in a park after an earthquake off the island of Kos, Greece.

Hundreds too scared to return to homes or hotels after deadly magnitude-6.7 quake.

Beached as, mon frere video

A convincing sculpture of a beached whale near Notre Dame in Paris had locals and tourists turning heads.

A sperm whale that appeared to have beached itself in Paris was in fact a sculpture.

Salvador Dali's moustache still intact video

Spanish artist Salvador Dali died in 1989.

Exhumation of artist's body over a paternity test yields a surprising twist.

No room for planes in UK sky

The sky over the UK is just about full.

Air traffic controllers warn there'll soon be no room left as UK sky fills up with flights.

Quake kills two on Greek island video

Damage caused by a quake in Kos, Greece.

Sunrise sheds light on the damage across the Greek resort island of Kos after a powerful earthquake.

Girl fined for selling lemonade

You can't sell homemade lemonade without a permit in London, even if you're a 5-year-old girl. (Stock photo)

When life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade and sell it without a licence. Even if you're 5 years old.

Kate: I want to beat my husband video

HEIDELBERG, GERMANY - JULY 20:  Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during a tour of a traditional German market in the ...

No royal tour would be complete without some friendly competition between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are currently in Berlin.

Salvador Dali exhumed video

Spanish artist Salvador Dali died in 1989.

Spanish artist dug up in order to find genetic samples that could prove he fathered a girl decades ago.

Woman dupes female friend into sex

Gayle Newland arrives at court during her first trial. After a retrial she has been jailed for six years for sex ...

She adopted a male online persona called Kye Fortune to seduce a fellow student, then persuaded her to wear a blindfold whenever they met.

Governor breaches royal protocol video

Canada's governor general David Johnston, helps Britain's Queen Elizabeth II down some slippery stairs in London, ...

Members of the public aren't supposed to touch the queen. Canada's governor says he had a good reason.

Missing woman's secret London life

Jenenne-Ann Allen, who was last seen in London in 2003.

Aussie Jenenne-Ann Allen's mum says she always knew her daughter was still alive.

Charlotte's first official handshake video

Princess Charlotte smells her mini bouquet.

If you thought these wee royals couldn't get any cuter, watch them shake hands and accept flowers after landing in Germany.

The BBC's top earners exposed video

Breakfast radio host Chris Evans has been revealed as the BBC's highest-earner as salaries were revealed in its annual ...

The broadcaster has been forced to reveal its stars' salaries, and a massive wage gap between the sexes.

Charlie Gard 'given US citizenship'

Charlie Gard with his parents.

Critically ill UK baby's parents want to take him overseas for treatment he's not getting in London.

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