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Two people are dead after a giant boulder rolled straight through a house in the US state of Utah last night.
The rock slide happened just before 5pm local time in the town of Rockville and left the property littered with large boulders.
Utah Police Chief Kurt Wright said officers "conducted a search of the house ... to see if possibly someone was still alive or still buried and we found nothing."
Wright said the slide was caused by the constant freezing and thawing of the rocks due to the low temperatures and excessive snow the region has seen this season.
Cold medicines for babies and toddlers have been recalled after a manufacturing fault may have led to small pieces of plastic contaminating some batches, health officials have said.
A number of Tixylix medicines, including some for toddlers and babies, have been recalled by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
While no adverse effects have yet been noted in people who have taken the drugs, the health watchdog has issued a "precautionary" recall.
A police officer has admitted punching a nightclub doorman in the face and telling him to "go back to where he came from". Pc James Balneaves, 29, with the Metropolitan Police, pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court yesterday to racially aggravated common assault, Scotland Yard said.
Balneaves, a constable in Brent, was on a night out on October 19 when he attempted to enter the Opal Bar nightclub in Embankment, London.
He is due to be sentenced at Westminster Magistrates' Court on December 23
Detectives from West Yorkshire Police have appealed for information in connection with the death of a baby boy in Halifax.
– Detective superintendent Simon Beldon
We are in the very early stages of our investigation but following initial inquiries have arrested two women in connection with the death of a baby boy from Halifax.
I would urge anyone who thinks they could have information that may be beneficial to our ongoing inquiries to call our protective services department on 101 or give information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Amnesty International has released a film trailer criticising the government for its "inaction", after it slammed the EU for failing to provide enough temporary accommodation for Syrian refugees.
The film named The Apathetics labels EU leaders as the "inaction team with a plan to do nothing".
A Home Office spokesperson responded, adding to an earlier statement: "We are supporting the Regional Protection Programme, which provides help close to the country of origin.
“Any claim for asylum is considered on its individual merits and in line with the immigration rules.”
Hundreds of mourners have gathered for the funeral of another victim of the Clutha helicopter crash. Samuel McGhee, 56, was one of 10 people killed when a police helicopter crashed through the roof of the Glasgow pub two weeks ago.
Family and friends of Mr McGhee gathered at a service at St Margaret Mary's Church in the Castlemilk area of the city today.
A kilted piper played Amazing Grace at the church door as the hearse arrived.
Two-thirds of British pensioners believe the Government is not doing enough to help older people out of food poverty, after new research revealed that over one million over 65s are malnourished or at risk of malnutrition.
The study by the Centre for Economics and Business Research says a household is considered to live in food poverty if it has to spend significantly more than 10% (roughly a fifth or more) of its gross income on food.
Greenpeace has accused Russia of defying an international court ruling which ordered that all 30 campaigners should be allowed to return home immediately.
The campaign group said its lawyers sought an assurance from Russia's Investigative Committee that it would give at least one month’s notice when it wanted to interview the defendants.
This assurance was not given, meaning that any defendants who leave the country risk breaking the conditions of their bail, Greenpeace said in a statement.
Two women have been arrested in connection with the death of a baby in Halifax, West Yorkshire.
The women, aged 21 and 47 years old, were held after police were called to an address in Springhall Gardens at 1.00am yesterday.
The baby boy was taken to hospital where he later died.
The women, who were arrested on suspicion of neglect, have now been released on bail.