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The victim was reportedly killed while hiking towards the volcano's summit.
Watch the quirkier moments from day three at Wimbledon as Novak Djokovic works out on a medicine ball and Stan Wawrinka rocks court two.
England captain Eoin Morgan admits reaching the semi-finals has been a "rollercoaster ride" after following two defeats with wins over India and New Zealand.
A fire engulfs two warehouses in Kentucky containing 45,000 barrels of bourbon.
"No one in Saudi Arabia Googled her did they?"
Nkululeko Zulu tells a tribunal he suffered years of racist abuse while serving in the Army.
The girlfriend and co-defendant of Darren Pencille tells a court she thought he had been in a fight.
Actors and a fake location were used in Facebook adverts for Donald Trump's re election campaign.
Six youths are accused of sexually abusing a girl of 14 in Spain but may face the graver charge of rape.
Watch Jonny Bairstow's best shots as his 106 helps England reach their first World Cup semi-final since 1992.
England reach their first World Cup semi-final since 1992 with a comprehensive 119-run defeat of New Zealand at Chester-le-Street.
A police officer pointed out the ringleader to armed colleagues, ending the deadly attack, a jury hears.
Beijing tells the UK not to "interfere in its domestic affairs" after protests in the former colony.
The problem has affected some users uploading images, videos and other files.
Kelly Mary Fauvrelle and her child, which was born by Caesarean section, have both died.
The London estate agent disappeared 33 years ago and her body has never been found.
Streaming giant to set up production base at historic London studio owned by Pinewood Group.
The most senior family court judge calls for a public education campaign on parenting after splitting up.
Manchester City are set to sign Spain midfielder Rodri from Atletico Madrid for a club record £62.6m after paying his release clause, says the La Liga side.
New Zealand's Kane Williamson is run out at the non-striker's end as Mark Wood gets a slight touch on Ross Taylor's drive in his follow-through.