1. Odisha train accident: More than 80 bodies unidentified after India train crash
- Five days after a deadly three-train crash killed 288 people in India, more than 80 bodies remain unclaimed.
- The crash on Friday evening in the state of Odisha involved two passenger trains and a stationary goods train.
- More than 1,000 injured were taken to hospitals for treatment. Many families say they are still looking for loved ones.

2. Haiti: Deadly earthquake kills three days after floods
- At least three people have been killed in an earthquake in the Haitian city of Jeremie, just days after floods left at least 42 dead.
- The magnitude 4.9 quake struck in the early hours of the morning.
- It came in the wake of torrential rains that have displaced more than 13,000.

3. Ghana patients in danger as nurses head for NHS in UK
- The recruitment of nurses by high-income countries from poorer nations is out of control, according to the head of one of the world's biggest nursing groups.
- The comments come as the BBC finds evidence of how Ghana's health system is struggling due to the "brain-drain".
- Many specialist nurses have left the West African country for better paid jobs overseas.
1. Odisha train accident: More than 80 bodies unidentified after India train crash
- Five days after a deadly three-train crash killed 288 people in India, more than 80 bodies remain unclaimed.
- The crash on Friday evening in the state of Odisha involved two passenger trains and a stationary goods train.
- More than 1,000 injured were taken to hospitals for treatment. Many families say they are still looking for loved ones.

2. Haiti: Deadly earthquake kills three days after floods
- At least three people have been killed in an earthquake in the Haitian city of Jeremie, just days after floods left at least 42 dead.
- The magnitude 4.9 quake struck in the early hours of the morning.
- It came in the wake of torrential rains that have displaced more than 13,000.

3. Ghana patients in danger as nurses head for NHS in UK
- The recruitment of nurses by high-income countries from poorer nations is out of control, according to the head of one of the world's biggest nursing groups.
- The comments come as the BBC finds evidence of how Ghana's health system is struggling due to the "brain-drain".
- Many specialist nurses have left the West African country for better paid jobs overseas.

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