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A twin-engine Cessna was carrying two people who both survived and are being treated at a nearby hospital.
The man who died suffered "massive" organ damage and bleeding in the collision, says a lawyer.
In the Middle East, new lines are being drawn, for now not on maps, but indelibly across the territory, affecting the lives of millions.
The overhaul of existing laws was carried out at a special midnight session of parliament.
Strict visa rules now apply to people from six mainly Muslim countries, as well as all refugees.
The top US diplomat faces his greatest challenge so far, but his boss isn't making his job any easier.
MSNBC's hosts say they were warned of a tabloid story unless they apologised to Mr Trump.
Zarina Brady explains why she and others from the UK are heading to Bulgaria to study medicine.
Mika Brzezinski speaks out about President Trump's attack on her while the administration defends it.
Beijing hits out at a US decision to blacklist a bank accused of laundering North Korean money.
The definition of a "close" relative in the US travel ban has launched a great debate online.
Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, is resisting the march of technology.
France's far-right leader faces allegations European parliament cash was wrongly paid to party staff.
Australia's top cricketers are effectively unemployed after a deadline for them to agree new pay and conditions passes without resolution.
As two cars attempted to merge lanes, one driver shot the other - an 18-year-old girl.
A group of children from an orphanage in Mosul have been freed from IS control. They were used as human shields.
Her shoes have dressed royal families, been worn on red carpets by A-list celebrities and have earned cameos on hit TV shows like "Sex and the City," but today Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon is most passionate about fighting for equality for women.
The UN calls this a "notable trend", but warns conditions for a safe return "are not yet in place".