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The town of Amatrice was among several locations to suffer serious damage when a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit central Italy.
Resident of the village of Arquata del Tronto, Sabrina Sbermola, describes the damage caused by an earthquake which has struck central Italy.
Deputy editor of The Times, Emma Tucker, shows the BBC the damage caused by an earthquake in the house where she is staying in the Le Marche region of Italy.
Virgin Trains has questioned footage showing Jeremy Corbyn sitting on the floor of a "ram-packed" service.
Gaza's last tiger Laziz is leaving for a new home and life in a South African sanctuary.
Ukraine is celebrating 25 years since it gained independence from the Soviet Union.
The world's newest gold rush is under way in the West African country of Mauritania as thousands rush into the Sahara hoping to strike it rich.
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