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At least 37 people have died and people are thought to be trapped underground, officials say.

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US lawmakers tell the planemaker they fear it put profit over safety when getting the 737 Max approved.

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The father and son were accused of shouting abuse at a Brighton player and their fans.

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Railway officials in Egypt arrested following the death of a man travelling without a ticket.

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The timing of the revised Fifa Club World Cup in 2021 is set to bring back clubs-versus-country rows, says Togo coach Claude Le Roy.

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South Africa coach Molefi Ntseki says squad consistency is important as he names the 25 players for November's Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

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Defending Algerian champions USM Alger are facing an uncertain future with the club's owner in jail facing fraud and money laundering charges.

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TB is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide and kills 1.5 million people each year.

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Veteran coach worried the timing of the new Club World Cup could be the end of Afcon in its current form.

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Giovanni Hänninen says the portraits he shot in Tambacounda, Senegal "represent everyone's history".

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Residents say they prefer their traditional stone-built homes to Ethiopia's "shining cities".

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Scientists say the possible homeland of all humans alive today is an area south of the Zambesi River.

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Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park is home to 1,000 mountain gorillas.

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Nigerian centenarian Jessie Onuigwe still works the land to provide for her 120-strong family.

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Egypt coach Hossam El Badry recalls Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah after resting him for a recent international friendly.

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Veteran Burkina Faso striker Aristide Bance scores a hat-trick for Guinea's Horoya in the first leg of a Confederation Cup play-off.

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For Ibrahim Halawa, what began as a family holiday in 2013 became four years in an Egyptian prison.

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John Steenhuisen is chosen to head the Democratic Alliance as it struggles with a race row.

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Parents find their children maltreated in what they thought were Islamic rehabilitation centres.

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A Finnish couple keep up the very Finnish tradition even in the East African heat.

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John Steenhuisen is chosen to head the Democratic Alliance as it struggles with a race row.

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New Ghana Football Association president Kurt Okraku says he is getting to work immediately after he was sworn in for a four-year term on Friday.

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Wales fall agonisingly short of a first Rugby World Cup final as Handre Pollard's 76th-minute penalty hands the Springboks victory.

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A lawyer who has met some of the children found at Belfast Harbour says they are "coping well".

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Aged 17, Miché Solomon discovered she had two mothers - one real, one false.

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