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Seven marines and a sailor presumed dead after amphibious vehicle sank off Southern California coast
(August 02 21:40) Dailymail.co.uk
The 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit tweeted early Sunday that the search and rescue mission for 8 missing service members off the coast of Southern California had switched to recovery.
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Church in Sydney catches FIRE as wild thunderstorm sweeps through leaving thousands without power
A disused church on Charlotte Street in Ashfield, in Sydney's inner-west was filmed on fire as a result of the wild weather.
Furious Old Etonians force 'biased' school provost Lord Waldegrave to step down from appeal panel
Eton chiefs had called for provost Lord William Waldegrave to step aside from the conduct hearing after he wrote a letter defending Will Knowland's sacking.
Peers slam 'idiotic' I'm A Celebrity for bringing 'non-native' bugs to Wales
The hit ITV series was slated during a debate in the House of Lords for the 'stupid and irresponsible' activities in the latest series.
Canal boat owner is left homeless when his 100-year-old vessel sinks
Anthony Beanlands, 46, was homeless before moving into his canal boat in Hackney Wick, London, and lost everything he owned when it sank two weeks ago.
Trump critics call Dr Scott Atlas a 'mass murderer' as he quits White House
Atlas had played down mask-wearing, criticized lockdowns and was openly criticized by Dr Anthony Fauci and rebuked by his colleagues at Stanford.
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Michigan home whose interior is a relic of the 1970s sells for $425,000
A home in Orion Township, Michigan, with authentic 1970s decorations and furniture - including burnt-orange carpets and shag rugs - has been sold for nearly $425,000 last week
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia group goes into administration with 13,000 jobs on the line
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire has fallen into administration with 13,000 jobs at risk, administrators have confirmed. More to follow.
Father of Aussie woman, 20, raped and murdered on an African beach speaks out
Melbourne woman Elly Warren, 20, was on a diving and volunteering program in the village of Tofo when she was killed during a night out with friends in November 2016. ...
Moment gang of brazen thieves make off with 300 festive trees
The three men were caught on CCTV dragging trees from the yard at Pines and Needles in Wimbledon, south London, into a black van on Tuesday.
(November 30 20:50) Dailymail.co.uk
Father, 23, who killed baby by throwing him into a river is found guilty of manslaughter
Baby Zakari Bennett-Eko died after he was pulled from the River Irwell in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, by emergency service crews at about 5.15pm on September 11 last year.
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