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German WWII bomber raised from English Channel

A British museum on Monday successfully recovered a German bomber that had been shot down over the English Channel during World War II.Full story

Inside the Mind of a Marathon Runner

In the months leading up to this weekend's New York City marathon, most of the event's 47,000 runners have trained their bodies, planned their carbo-loading schedules, and picked out the shoes and moisture-wicking layers that work best for them. Full story

Exploring the remote island of Sark

  NBC’s Ben Fogle takes in the sights of Sark, a tiny island in the English Channel where residents travel by bicycle and horse-drawn carriage and the starry night sky is undimmed by street lights and traffic lights.

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The wreck of a German World War II Dornier Do-17 plane being raised to the surface of a ship at Goodwin Sands, Kent, at the mouth of the English Channel
The wreck of a German World War II Dornier Do-17 plane being raised to the surface of a ship at Goodwin Sands, Kent, at the mouth of the English Channel

A handout picture from the Royal Air Force Museum shows the wreck of a German World War II Dornier Do-17 plane being raised to the surface of a ship at Goodwin Sands, Kent, at the mouth of the English Channel, on June 10, 2013. Experts from the Royal Air Force Museum had spent five weeks preparing

Recovery of last surviving Dornier Do-17 bomber from the Goodwin Sands
Recovery of last surviving Dornier Do-17 bomber from the Goodwin Sands

epa03729147 An undated handout sonar image released by the Port of London Authority showing the wreck of the only surviving German Second World War Dornier Do 17 bomber lying on the Goodwin Sands, in the English Channel, southern England. Media reports on 03 June 2013 state that efforts planned for