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German train crash: Footage emerges from inside one of the carriages

Footage has emerged of the panicked moments inside one of the trains involved in a high speed crash in Germany shortly after the collision.

At least ten people were killed and 81 were injured.

The video, posted to YouTube, shows a passenger making their way through the ruined carriages, and injured passengers can be heard asking for help.

Warning: You may find the pictures and audio distressing.

Credit: Joe Adediran

Junior doctors to strike from 8am as last-ditch talks fail

Junior doctors are set to strike as planned on Wednesday after last-ditch talks failed to end in an agreement, officials have confirmed.

Junior doctors will strike from 8am on Wednesday Credit: PA

Informal negotiations between the government and the British Medical Association have concluded without resolution - meaning doctors below consultant level will stage a 24-hour walkout from 8am.

Emergency care only will be provided.

NHS England said hundreds of appointments had been cancelled as a result of the planned strike, including:

  • 1,150 planned inpatient procedures
  • 1,734 day procedures


China 'detects first imported case of Zika virus'

China has detected its first imported case of the Zika virus, according to the country's Xinhua news agency.

A 34-year-old man from Ganxian county of Jiangxi province tested positive for the disease, Xinhua said, citing China's National Health and Family Planning Commission.

The man was reportedly recovering well, with a normal body temperature and fading rash.

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