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Remains of German WWII pilot and crashed plane discovered in Denmark after more than 70 years

A German fighter pilot killed when his plane crashed in Denmark has been identified after more than 70 years.

Germanwings pilot not suicidal before deadly crash, says father

The father of a pilot who flew a plane into a mountain, killing all 150 on board, says he doubts his son did it deliberately to commit suicide.

Putin meets Le Pen and denies he wants to 'influence' the French election

Russian president Vladimir Putin has said he does not want to "influence" the French presidential election after wishing far-right leader Marine Le Pen "good luck".

Sewol ferry raised from South Korea seabed three years after disaster

A ferry that sank off the southwest coast of South Korea with the loss of more than 300 lives is being towed to a transport vessel after salvage workers successfully raised it from the sea bed.

Donald Trump issues ultimatum on healthcare bill

Donald Trump has issued an ultimatum to Republicans in the House, telling them to get behind his proposed overhaul of Obamacare or he will leave his predecessor's healthcare legislation in place.

Egypt's ex-president Hosni Mubarak freed after six years

Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak has been released from jail after nearly six years, according to a lawyer.

Struggling Twitter considers launch of premium version

Twitter is considering launching a premium version of its Tweetdeck platform, raising the possibility that it could run a subscription service for the first time.

Toddlers found safe in California after car stolen with them inside

Two young boys in California have been found safe after their babysitter's car was stolen while they were inside.

Westminster attack: People from 12 countries injured in London terror

People from 12 different countries, including three French teenagers, are among those injured in the Westminster attack.

Disney won't digitalise Carrie Fisher's image in new Star Wars film

Disney has confirmed that Carrie Fisher's final performance as Princess Leia Organa in the next Star Wars film will not be changed.

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High-speed driver in Antwerp forces shoppers to jump out of the way

High-speed driver in Antwerp forces shoppers to jump out of the way

A man who drove at high speed into a pedestrianised shopping area in the Belgian city of Antwerp has been arrested.

Airline finds a way to work around electronics ban

Airline finds a way to work around electronics ban

Electronic devices such as laptops and tablets, must be placed in checked-in baggage on flights to the US or UK, from today.

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