The use of the atomic bombs in World War II still excites controversy, particularly the necessity for the second bomb on Nagasaki. Could the war have been ended another way?
October 5, 1999, a passenger train leaving London Paddington during the morning rush hour collides with an incoming train at a combined speed of 209km/h.
Terrifying failings give terrorists free reign of India's largest city, killing at will in front of the world's cameras, leaving 166 dead and Mumbai officials and residents to pick up the pieces.
In one evening, thousands of residents of Bhopal, India, choke to death on toxic gas. Uncover the astonishing chain of events that led to one of the biggest man-made disasters of all time.
Just one day on Mount Everest saw the death of nine climbers, including New Zealand climbing veteran Rob Hall. Was it a fierce storm, extreme ambition or something else that caused their demise?
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