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Small plane crashes in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest; 14 people killed

Small plane crashes in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest; 14 people killed

The Brazilian air force sent a team from Manaus to collect information and preserve any evidence
London police arrest man who allegedly climbed over Buckingham Palace wall

London police arrest man who allegedly climbed over Buckingham Palace wall

The man was detained for trespassing on a protected site
Dozens of Syrians among themissing in catastrophic floods in Libya: war monitor

Dozens of Syrians among themissing in catastrophic floods in Libya: war monitor

The death toll has eclipsed 11,000, and more than 10,000 are missing
Pakistani premier claims US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan is now in militant hands

Pakistani premier claims US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan is now in militant hands

Pakistan’s caretaker prime minister claimed on Monday that U.S. military equipment left behind during the American withdrawal from Afghanistan has fallen into militant hands and ultimately made its way to the Pakistani Taliban.
Tens of thousands still stranded by Burning Man flooding in Nevada desert

Tens of thousands still stranded by Burning Man flooding in Nevada desert

Tens of thousands of partygoers stranded at the Burning Man counterculture festival by a late summer storm hoped muddy roads would reopen Monday and allow them to begin their exodus from the northern Nevada desert.
Burning Man flooding strands tens of thousands at Nevada site; authorities are investigating 1 death

Burning Man flooding strands tens of thousands at Nevada site; authorities are investigating 1 death

Tens of thousands of people gathered for the Burning Man festival remained stranded in the Nevada desert on Sunday after storms that swept through the area, as authorities investigated a possible death and worked to open exit paths by the end of the Labor Day weekend.
U.S. company gets $2.6M to relinquish oil lease on sacred Native American land

U.S. company gets $2.6M to relinquish oil lease on sacred Native American land

The deal would resolve a decades-long dispute over the 25-sq.-km. oil, gas lease in the mountainous area
Biden will get a firsthand look at hurricane’s toll in Florida

Biden will get a firsthand look at hurricane’s toll in Florida

Republican governor and 2024 presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis won’t be meeting with the president
With drones and webcams, volunteer hunters join a new search for the Loch Ness Monster

With drones and webcams, volunteer hunters join a new search for the Loch Ness Monster

The two-day event is being billed as the biggest survey of the lake in 50 years
The British Museum says it has recovered some of the stolen 2,000 items

The British Museum says it has recovered some of the stolen 2,000 items

Head of trustees admitted the 264-year-old institution doesn’t have records of everything in its vast collection