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Popular gamer Technoblade, who had cancer, signed off in a farewell message read by his father.
It is the second such incident in three days in the US park.
Tottenham Hotspur sign Brazil forward Richarlison from Everton in a deal believed to be worth in the region of £60m.
The awkward moment played out when the leaders met at the Nato Summit in Madrid.
China's leader Xi Jinping is visiting in his first trip outside the mainland since the start of the pandemic.
Chris Pincher steps down saying he "drank far too much", as a paper reports he groped two men.
The number of professional workers seeking help for addiction is on the increase, charities say.
The ripple effects of the Gay Liberation Front's 1972 march are still being felt.
Doubt hangs over the future of one of Asia's most vibrant cities as it reaches a crucial halfway mark.
A photo exhibition captures what's different and what's stayed the same in a century of teenage life.
About 70,000 of the life-saving devices are in UK community locations unknown by the emergency services.
Freedom of Information responses suggest the amount of hardship money doubled last year.
The bird was racing home to Gateshead but was found by a puzzled resident at his home in Alabama.
Laura took in her two half-siblings six years ago, but says she is now struggling as prices soar.
Even taxi drivers and car salesmen are forced into two-day mile-long queues for petrol in Sri Lanka.
Homes damaged by gas extraction are propped up with wooden beams while residents suffer health issues.
In the thick of the Donbas battle, the paras regiment is trapped in a conflict that is costing many lives.
Culture secretary Nadine Dorries confuses the two rugby codes in a speech at a Rugby League World Cup event in St Helens.
Ruja Ignatova is accused of defrauding victims out of $4bn (£3.2bn) through a cryptocurrency scam.
Millions in India’s Assam state are struggling to piece together their lives after devastating floods.