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BBC news for Wiltshire

Four children rescued from house fire in Swindon

The fire started in the kitchen of a terraced house in Swindon in the early hours.

Man arrested after three hurt in Trowbridge attack

Police say the attack seems to have been "unprovoked" and the men had "significant injuries".

Rally opposes Wiltshire mental health beds closure plan

Mental health managers are due to make a final decision on Wednesday.

National Trust memberships hit new high of five million

The charity's chairman, Tim Parker, says people go to its sites to escape "busy, noisy" technology.

Live BBC World News

Trump NFL row: Sports stars round on US president

Leading US sports stars attack the president for "offensive" comments about players who protest.

Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term

Chancellor Angela Merkel eyes another term with the right-wing AfD seeking a breakthrough.

Laver Cup 2017: Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal win first doubles match

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal win their first doubles match together on the second day of the inaugural Laver Cup.

Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico facing crisis

The entire island is still without power and engineers say it could take months to be restored.

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