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Twenty-eight are killed and more are missing as powerful Typhoon Lekima hits the south-east coast.
The Barkers have more than a dozen recycling bins on their drive for neighbours in Nuneaton to use.
Two people help push a car which became stuck at the Eisteddfod following the bad weather.
A range warden found the animal stuck in the concrete ditch at the Rogiet Moor range in Caldicot.
The money will help people in the Yorkshire Dales get back on their feet, an MP says.
Hundreds of thousands of people are evacuated amid flooding in southern and western India, reports say.
The 15-minute interruption to power generation caused serious knock-on effects, experts say.
Brazil’s president was replying to a journalist’s question about agriculture and deforestation.
Conditions are “soggy”, organisers say, but the show is under way after Friday’s cancellation.
A Defra email mistakenly sent to the BBC discusses the policing of waters in a no-deal situation.
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