The owner of Alton Towers has said visitor numbers have not yet fully recovered more than a year after the horrific rollercoaster accident that saw it fined £5m.
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Donald Trump’s net worth has fallen by $800m (£614m) in less than a year, it has been reported.
A young Syrian girl has been pulled alive from underneath rubble after an airstrike that apparently killed 24 people.
A man who was found alive after a week at sea has said he did everything he could to find his mother, who is presumed dead after their boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean.
A North Korean soldier has defected to South Korea by walking through the heavily mined military border zone.
Ryder Cup golfer Danny Willett has been forced to apologise after his brother wrote a magazine article attacking American golfers and fans.
A teenage schoolgirl was snatched from a busy street in Oxford before being sexually assaulted, police said.
Final plans are being made for the crashing of a European spacecraft on to a comet, a sad but necessary end to the £1bn Rosetta mission.
The potential cost of negotiating Britain's departure from the European Union has been estimated at £65m a year, a report says.
California has abolished the time limit for charges of rape and child molestation to be filed, in a move inspired by accusations against the entertainer Bill Cosby.
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A mentally ill black man has been shot dead by police in a San Diego suburb after reportedly being seen walking in and out of traffic.
Barnsley have suspended assistant head coach Tommy Wright following claims he took a £5,000 bung to help place players at his club.
The most senior lawyer on the national probe into child sexual abuse has been suspended from duty.
The world is wringing its hands in outrage at the blitz being unleashed on Aleppo by Russia and Syria.
US President Barack Obama has criticised the US Senate's decision to reject his veto of legislation allowing relative of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government.
Shares in Royal Dutch Shell and BP have surged after top oil producing countries agreed to cut production for the first time in eight years.
The Treasury is lining up bankers to steer it through the latest crisis to engulf Royal Bank of Scotland's efforts to offload a network of 300 branches, underlining Government officials' frustratio
A new chapter in the tumultuous life of BHS begins today as BHS.com relaunches under new owners.
Lettings website Airbnb has denied it is to blame for rising rental costs in London.
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