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Authorities are calling it a lucky near miss. A giant tornado narrowly missed Oklahoma City on Sunday. It wrecked neighbourhoods, and destroyed outlying towns.
Frenzied scenes are the order of the day in Venezuelan supermarkets. That's as consumers struggle to get hold of toilet paper. The country has simply run out.
Music lovers are flocking to Julien's Auction in New York to buy a piece of memorabilia owned by their favourite artist.
French President Francois Hollande says France's current military operation in Mali is part of the debt owed to Africans for slavery. Hollande made this statement during the eighth annual commemoration of the abolition of slavery in Paris on Friday.
Two of the three women who were freed from a Cleveland house this week have returned to their family homes. For a decade they were held on a residential property, where police found chains and ropes used to keep them captive.
A bachelorette party in San Francisco has ended in tragedy. Five women have died, after being trapped inside a burning limo. The stretch vehicles are a common choice for special occasions, but questions are now being asked about their safety.
Rescue efforts are continuing in Bangladesh - nine days after a building collapsed in Dhaka. The death toll has risen above 500. Scores of bodies were pulled from the rubble on Thursday night.
Asia Correspondent John Bailey speaks to eNCA about a factory building that collapsed in Bangladesh, killing nearly 400 people.
China has reported another death and five new infections from a new strain of bird flu. This raises the death toll to 18. The H7-N9 virus has been found in 96 people, mostly in eastern China.
COSATU General Secretary, Zwelinzima Vavi speaks to eNCA on the Numsa conference; and youth employment accord.