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Up to 20 people could be missing after bridge collapseUp to 20 people could be buried under the rubble of the bridge that collapsed this week in the Italian city of Genoa, officials have said. [...]

Bridge collapse tragedy 'will leave a mark on the soul'If we were shocked by our first sighting of the Morandi Bridge - as we approached it after a fast deployment from Brussels - it's hard to imagine how the people who had lived with the landmark fo [...]

US newspapers unite against Trump's 'fake news' rhetoricUS newspapers are coming together to warn Donald Trump against his "fake news" rhetoric with a co-ordinated series of editorials condemning his attacks on the press. [...]

New Zealand bans foreigners from buying homesNew Zealand has sought to restore the "dream of home ownership" by banning foreigners from buying homes - a move its government hopes will tackle surging house prices. [...]

Plastic surgeon Dr Bumbum charged with murderDr Bumbum - a celebrity plastic surgeon from Brazil known for his work on women's bottoms - has been charged with murdering one of his patients. [...]

Trump revokes security clearance of ex-CIA chiefDonald Trump has revoked former CIA director John Brennan's security clearance, a move he said was about fulfilling his "constitutional responsibility to protect the nation's classified [...]

Boy, 7, killed with parents on bridge during holiday road tripA family of three who were driving to Sardinia for a holiday were reportedly among those killed in a bridge collapse in Genoa, Italy. [...]

Sex, lace and leotards: Madonna through the yearsAs Madonna turns 60, we take a look back at her most memorable moments, outfits and controversies. [...]

Madonna celebrates 60th birthday with Marrakesh selfieMadonna is celebrating her 60th birthday in style, in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh. [...]

Tesla 'issued with subpoenas' over privatisation plansTesla's stock fell as much as 4% after reports that US regulators had sent the company subpoenas as they ramp up investigations into its plans to go private.  [...]