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Kilauea Eruption: Man's leg shattered by lava spatter

The Hawaii Volcano Observatory said residents of the Big Island now faced a fresh threat, after the first front of lava flow entered the ocean on Sunday.

Violent Kilauea eruption sparks fresh fears

Residents of Hawaii's Big Island have been warned about ash fallout, after another explosive eruption on Mount Kilauea at midnight.

Harry and Meghan are husband and wife

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become husband and wife, following a beautiful marriage ceremony at the St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday.

Harry now the Duke of Sussex

Prince Harry is now the Duke of Sussex, while Meghan Markle will become the Duchess of Sussex when the two marry at the St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Texas Governor says prayer alone isn't going to cut it anymore

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said prayer was not going to cut it, after 10 people were killed in the Santa Fe High School shooting on Friday.

10 killed in Santa Fe High School shooting

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested, following a shooting at Santa Fe High School on Friday, when ten people were killed.

More than 100 killed in Cuban plane crash

More than 100 people have died, after a Boeing 737 crashed shortly after take-off from the Havana airport on Friday.

WATCH: Customer creates s**tstorm at Canadian coffee shop

A worker at Tim Hortons, a Canadian coffee chain, will likely be scarred for life, after a customer carried out a poo protest in front of him.

China spends millions on Somalian flood relief

The Chinese government has offered to help Somalia pick up the pieces, by donating 1.5-million dollars towards flood relief in that country.

Man dies after e-cigarette explodes

A 38-year-old man died after his e-cigarette exploded in Florida in the United States.

Ebola Outbreak: European Union provides 1.5-million euros

The European Commission will spend 1.5-million euros on logistical support to the World Health Organisation (WHO), as authorities grapple with the Ebola outbreak that has rocked the Democratic Republic of Congo this month.
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