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Tatiana Chernova competing in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

Russian heptathlete Chernova stripped of Beijing Olympics medal

This is the third title 29 year old Tatyana Chernova has lost to doping.

Promises are something the US President is very good at making and often just as good at breaking.

Trump administration to issue new sanctions against Syria

Officials say the sanctions will cut off further funding and support to the Syrian government.

US astronaut Peggy Whitson.

World's most experienced spacewoman breaks another record

Over a period of three flights, astronaut Peggy Whitson has spent 666 days in orbit.

Egypt sentences 20 to death over police station attack

15 people were killed including 11 police during the 2013 attack in Kerdasa.

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This year's London Marathon had drama aplenty, including an incredible show of sportsmanship near the finishing line.

Royals put magical touch on action-packed London Marathon

This year's London Marathon had drama aplenty, including an incredible show of sportsmanship near the finishing line.

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In the first round of voting the public rejected the two main parties, selecting Mr Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

Centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen in battle to lead France

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen came out on top in the first round of voting.

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Hundreds of people stood on the shoreline of Fingal Bay, north of Newcastle, as at least eight sharks feasted on mullet.

Video: Incredible drone footage captures shark feeding frenzy in Australian waters

The crowds of people on the beach sensibly kept their distance from the hungry sharks.

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Louisiana wildlife officers knelt astride the gator and used not one but two sets of handcuffs on its legs.

Watch: Animal control goes to new lengths as alligator 'arrested', handcuffed

Wildlife officers in Louisiana were taking no chances with this gator.

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Incidents like this are why you should always follow the road rules.

Video: Car towing trailer runs red light, gets absolutely destroyed by bus

The crash in Victoria serves as a reminder that you should always follow the road rules.

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An Arkansas firefighter was driving behind the bus in his car when he saw the girl fall. He also caught the whole accident on his dash camera.

Watch: The shocking moment toddler tumbles out of moving bus and is saved by fire fighter

Thankfully the person following the bus was well versed in saving lives.

General view of the Mangle nightclub in Dalston, east London on Monday April 17, 2017. London police are investigating an acid attack at a London club that led to a mass evacuation with 12 people injured. Police said Monday April 17, 2017 that 12 people were treated at hospitals for burns. None of the injuries were said to be life-threatening.   (Jack Hard/PA via AP)

Man arrested over London nightclub acid attack

Two Australian sisters were caught up in the April 17 incident at the Mangle nightclub.

Police officers and rescue workers cordon off a street during searches in Marseille, southern France, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. French police thwarted an imminent "terror attack," arresting two suspected radicals Tuesday in the southern port city of Marseille, the interior minister said just days before the first round of France's presidential election. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

Two men charged in France over thwarted pre-election attack

The two suspected Islamic radicals were arrested in Marseille.

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The famous saxophonist walked up and down the aisle playing his saxophone to raise money for charity.

Video: Passengers treated to mid-flight Kenny G saxophone performance

The US musician promised to perform on the flight if passengers helped the cabin crew's fundraising effort.

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KSCW 12 News reporter Deedee Sun didn’t know she was going live during a weather forecast when she opened her mouth to yawn.

'Looks a little tired out there, doesn't she?' – Kansas reporter caught yawning on the job

"Adding this one to the blooper reel," KSCH12 journalist Deedee Sun said.

Italian-born Kenyan author, poet, environmental activist and conservationist Kuki Gallmann links arms with her Rendille and Samburu friends during the Earth Festival at the Laikipia Nature Conservancy. The Earth Festival is an annual event in Kenya created and directed by Kuki Gallmann, the author of the well known book "I Dreamed of Africa". The goal of the festival is to raise environmental awareness and influence policies and activities that will protect, conserve and manage the environment and natural resources in a sustainable manner while at the same time improving the living standards of the indigenous people. (Photo by Wendy Stone/Corbis via Getty Images)

Author and conservationist Kuki Gallmann shot in Kenya

Kuki Gallmann, 73, had been with rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service when she was shot in the stomach.

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The wall is what keeps families apart but for some it's also the only place they can touch and talk face-to-face.

Families reunite at gap in US-Mexico border wall

The wall is what keeps families apart but for some it's also the only place they can touch and talk face-to-face.

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As the US President deals with issues abroad, he's also been tending to military matters at home.

Donald Trump and Melania visit US Army hospital

As the US President deals with issues abroad, he's also been tending to military matters at home.

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Nine-year-old Canadian Sofia Smith pushed through the tears as she shaved off her locks to support her cancer-stricken brother.

Watch: Brave Canadian girl shaves her head in solidarity with sick brother

Nine-year-old Sofia Smith pushed through the tears as she shaved off her locks to support her cancer-stricken brother.

Saudi King Salman, right, and Defense Minister and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wave as they leave the hall after talks with the British prime minister, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in April.

Saudi King son named kingdom's new ambassador to the US

Prince Khaled bin Salman is an air force pilot who has participated in coalition strikes against ISIS.

ADDS ID OF MAN AT CENTER - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, and Choe Ryong Hae, vice-chairman of the central committee of the Workers' Party, arrive for the official opening of the Ryomyong residential area, Thursday, April 13, 2017, in Pyongyang, North Korea. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

US citizen detained in North Korea

The 50 year old university lecturer joins two others Americans who have also been detained.

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Taliban fighters disguised themselves as soldiers and opened fire inside a mosque and dining hall in the base.

Death toll in Taliban attack on Afghan army base rises to 140

Taliban fighters disguised themselves as soldiers and opened fire inside a mosque and dining hall in the base.

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The possibility of astronauts growing food in space is one step closer after a supply craft landed at the space station.

Greenhouse delivered to international space station

The possibility of astronauts growing food in space is one step closer after a supply craft landed at the space station.

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Security is tight during polling because of fears of terror attacks and 50,000 police have been deployed.

French voters go to the polls in presidential election

Security is tight during polling because of fears of terror attacks and 50,000 police have been deployed.

American Airlines suspends flight attendant involved in heated row with passenger

The airline has gone into damage control to try and avoid public backlash like United copped.

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