The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have shut their official 'Find Madeleine' Twitter account, claiming they have been subjected to "toxic" abuse.A dramatic two-hour police car chase through an Australia coastal town ended abruptly when the man being followed ploughed into the sea in a bid to escape his pursuers.A quick thinking bow hunter is recovering after surviving a grizzly bear mauling by shoving his arm down the animal's throat, a tip he reportedly remembered from his grandmother.Shirtless Air France managers were forced to flee a meeting about mass job cuts after angry staff waving banners and flags stormed the room on Monday. Caleb Logan Bratayley(13) passed away from an "undetected medical condition" last Thursday. Toyota has unveiled its vision for self-driving cars in a challenge to other carmakers as well as industry newcomer Google, promising to start selling such vehicles in Japan by 2020.Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada have won the Nobel Prize in physics for discovering the "chameleon-like" nature of neutrinos, work that yielded the crucial insight that the tiny particles have mass.Spain's Princess Cristina will stand trial on tax fraud charges on January 11, a court has announced.Nato's secretary-general has rejected Moscow's claim that its military incursion into alliance airspace over Turkey was not intentional or important, saying there were two separate incidents and "the violation lasted for a long time". An 11-year-old boy faces a murder charge after witnesses say he killed his eight-year-old neighbour because she would not let him see her puppy. Three rockets have slammed into Yemen's port city of Aden, striking a hotel that is home to officials from the country's exiled government and two buildings used by Saudi-led coalition troops, killing at least 15 people, authorities said.Volkswagen's new chief executive has told more than 20,000 gathered workers that the company will have to review planned investments and contain costs as it works to overcome a scandal over vehicles that cheated on emissions tests.PHYSICIAN-assisted suicide will become legal in California under a bill signed into law yesterday by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, despite intense opposition from some religious and disability rights groups.A Bangladeshi pastor has survived a murder bid by three men who came to his home pretending to want to learn about Christianity, police and the victim have said.Former US president Jimmy Carter is stepping in to help resolve a legal battle over the Martin Luther King's travelling bible and 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.An American Airlines flight to Boston has made an emergency landing in New York after the captain became ill and later died. A PILOT fell ill and died on an American Airlines flight headed to Boston from Phoenix on Monday and the copilot landed the plane safely in Syracuse, New York, airline and police officials said.The British-born gunman who murdered nine people at an Oregon community college before killing himself ranted about not having a girlfriend and thinking everyone else was "crazy", a source close to the investigation has said.An 11-year-old eastern Tennessee boy was in custody for murder on Monday for shooting and killing an 8-year-old neighbour girl with a shotgun because she would not show him her puppies, authorities said.South Korea's Chung Mong-Joon has said he is facing a 15-year suspension by FIFA's Ethics Committee that has "sabotaged" his campaign for the FIFA Presidency, but he denied any wrongdoing and vowed to continue his bid to lead soccer's world governing body.Philippine boxing world champion and congressman Manny Pacquiao has announced he will take up a new challenge by running for a Senate seat in national elections next year.A former premier of a Canadian province has said prime minister and fellow Conservative Stephen Harper is "bad for the country" because some of his policies are close to being racist.Los Angeles city bosses rode roughshod over state and local laws by allowing a home where Hollywood beauty Marilyn Monroe briefly lived to be bulldozed to make way for a condominium project, a court action claims.Questions are swirling around Volkswagen's only test centre in North America, following the German car giant's admission that it rigged diesel vehicle emissions tests in the US. The British-born gunman who murdered nine people at an Oregon community college before killing himself ranted about not having a girlfriend and thinking everyone else was "crazy", a source close to the investigation has said.New research has found that animal populations in the Chernobyl exclusion zone have unexpectedly soared, 30 years after the world's worst nuclear accident.A Chinese scientist who pioneered a malaria treatment for Communist troops in the Vietnam War has won the Nobel Prize for Medicine.British spies have the ability to turn people's mobile phones off and on and switch on the handset microphone to listen to what is happening around them, US whistleblower Edward Snowden has claimed.Germany is facing an influx of 1.5 million refugees this year - almost twice its official estimate - leaked government figures say as the EU struggles to find a solution to the migrant crisis.Final frontiers are in meagre supply nowadays. People tweet from the summit of Mount Everest, take pleasure cruises of the Arctic Circle, book luxury tours through the Gobi Desert.A row over the Vatican's attitude towards gay priests has been stoked further by a claim that clergy with "homosexual tendencies" are sent to a religious retreat to be "cured". Amal Clooney has won the support of the UN in her fight to free the jailed former Maldivian president, Mohamed Nasheed, after a committee said his rights were violated and called for his immediate release.Nato condemned the "extreme danger" posed by Russian incursions into Turkish airspace and called on Moscow yesterday to halt attacks on Syrian civilians and opposition groups.One of nature's greatest secrets - how ocean slime turned the world green with vegetation - has been uncovered by scientists.Israeli troops fired at stone-throwers in West Bank clashes yesterday, killing two Palestinian teens and sparking warnings of a new intifada at a time of growing diplomatic friction between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders.More News
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