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2018-11-05 07:38

1. Eight children injured after collapse of inflatable slide

Eight children injured after collapse of inflatable slide in Woking.

2. Iranians march on eve of US oil sanctions

Iranian marchers chanted "death to America" and burned the Stars and Stripes on Sunday, as the anniversary of the 1979 seizure of the U.S. embassy coincided with the eve of reimposed U.S. oil sanctions.

3. Anti-Muslim rhetoric ahead of US midterms

Anti-Muslim rhetoric is widespread among American politicians, a study has found. But, it seems like it isn't working anymore, as just a small number of politicians using it have a good chance of getting elected.

4. Voter enthusiasm surges among US Hispanics - poll

Hispanics are more interested in voting this year than in the last US congressional midterm elections in 2014, and their enthusiasm outpaces that of all US adults, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll.

5. Leicester City team arrive in Thailand for club owner's funeral

Leicester City manager Claude Puel leads his team's players as they arrive at a Bangkok temple to pay their respects to the club's late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash.

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