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    Fatal bin lorry crash investigated Detailed investigations at the scene of a fatal bin lorry crash in Glasgow are due to resume at first light, police say.

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    Internet crashes in North Korea North Korea suffers severe internet outages, days after the US accuses the country of being behind a massive attack on Sony Pictures.

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    Northern Ireland talks continuing Talks between the Northern Ireland political parties are continuing at Stormont, with Tuesday morning set as a deadline for agreement.

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    Sydney bids farewell to siege dead Sydney remembers the victims of the Lindt cafe siege, with the funeral of manager Tori Johnson and a memorial service for barrister Katrina Dawson.

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    Carlisle in hospital after accident Clarke Carlisle, the ex-Professional Footballers' Association chairman, is in hospital after being involved in a collision with a lorry.

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    Van driven into shoppers in France Ten people are injured as a van is driven into shoppers at a Christmas market in Nantes, officials say, with reports the driver then stabbed himself.

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    E-readers 'damage sleep and health' If you curl up under the duvet with an ebook for a bedtime read then you are damaging your sleep and maybe your health, US doctors have warned.

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    Council pothole repair cash listed The money allocated to local authorities in England to tackle potholes and improve local roads is announced by the Department for Transport.

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