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Victoria Falls, which lies between Zambia and Zimbabwe, have almost completely dried up and the once powerful stream of foamy wash which roared through the gorge has nearly vanished.
Huw Edwards (pictured) has had his impartiality called into question after he clicked the love heart icon on Twitter underneath a tweet about the UK's NHS.
The thieves exchanged gunfire with a jewelry store owner before they hijacked a UPS truck, along with its driver, and led police on a high-speed pursuit that ended when the suspects ran into traffic.
The evacuation order was issued for several streets in Northwest Columbus on Thursday night, as a bomb squad, arson fire investigators and medics rushed to the scene.
John Crilly, 48, who is out on licence after serving 13 years for manslaughter, pursued Khan from the prisoner's rehabilitation conference after seeing Mr Merritt stabbed in the chest.
Flourishing an unflattering hand puppet of the PM to underscore her attacks, Ms Swinson told a rally in Edinburgh the Tory leader could not be trusted to safeguard the Union.
JAN MOIR: Boris was in the thick of it, of course. Chortle, chortle. Mr Johnson, with his priapic hinterland and chaotic private life has little call to laugh at anyone.
A cruise ship carrying 900 passengers is stranded in the sea off Australia after losing power. The Vasco da Gama, which left from London, is drifting in the ocean off Adelaide after losing power.
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The musical will re-open the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, next October. The venue has been undergoing a £60 million restoration, and it looks breathtaking.
The Civil Aviation Authority originally said that all valid Atol-protected claims made on the first day of its refund programme would be paid within 60 days - or by this Friday. But now admits this cannot be met.
Across the country some 6,500 schools educating 2.6 million children are in areas with dangerous levels of air pollution, it has been estimated, all largely caused by cars.
Researchers will assess how patients in London cope psychologically with results of Whole Genome Sequencing, which is able to spot clues of diseases such as cancer.
Experts at Imperial College London found that just 77 per cent of NHS hospitals use electronic records and those that do use 21 different systems, some of which are not compatible with others.
Researchers at Washington State University devised a new way to test urine levels of harmful chemicals from plastics called BPAs. The findings suggest the FDA overestimates their safety.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake has been felt in Yeovil (aerial view of the area, pictured), south Somerset.
SARAH VINE: Men should never buy women sexy lingerie, improving books, a Peloton exercise bike and gift sets. Other writers reveal how their partners doubled up on gifts and couldn't be bothered.
The idea was championed at the Future of Ageing conference held in London. A survey by Age UK found four in ten people over 65 felt retailers had little interest in their needs.
Her adopted seven-year-old daughters Stelle and Estere were at the singer's side as she underwent the autohemotherapy and she shared video of the treatment session on Instagram.
The number of crabs killed is equal to one to two every square metre. The study was carried out on the Cocos Islands in the Indian Ocean and Henderson Island in the Pacific Ocean.
Sean Hunter, the Canadian actor and elementary school teacher, described the shock of being thrust in the center of a social media firestorm in reaction to the controversial Peloton ad.