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Chile sinkhole doubles in size
It's now large enough to engulf France's Arc de Triomphe, prompting officials to order work to stop at a nearby copper mine
Fourth Muslim man murdered in New Mexico
Police are probing the murders to determine if the killings are linked while the state's governor described them as ‘targeted killings’
Cuba fire rages at fuel storage port
A massive fire burned for a second day near supertanker port in Matanzas, as Mexico and Venezuela sent teams to help fight the inferno
'Time against us' in bid to rescue 10 Mexican miners
The miners became trapped at a mine in Coahuila on Wednesday afternoon when their excavation work caused a tunnel wall to collapse
Biden tests negative for COVID
The Democratic president will remain in isolation until he tests negative on a second test, Dr Kevin O'Connor says
Alex Jones ordered to pay $45.2m to Sandy Hook victim's family
US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones falsely claimed Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, a Texas jury decides
US house fire kills 10
The victims from a rural eastern Pennsylvania family included seven adults along with two boys, aged 5 and 6, and a 7-year-old girl
Washington lightning strike offers climate warning
Scientists say that climate change is increasing the likelihood of lightning strikes across the United States
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