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Spanish warship tells ships to leave Gibraltar waters

A Spanish warship with its guns manned ordered commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters, the territory's government said...

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Whoever wins, the Caster Semenya case will be monumental for athletics

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'She sounded unrepentant': When I interviewed Shamima Begum

We had about just about given up in the al-Hawl displacement camp in northeastern Syria...

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Manhattan manhole fires forces theatre evacuation

People in a theatre performance of Jersey Boys was forced to evacuate after a series of manhole explosions in midtown Manhattan...

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Two dozen bodies recovered from illegal Zimbabwe gold mine

The bodies of 24 illegal gold miners have been recovered from flooded tunnels in Zimbabwe after a dam wall collapsed following heavy rain...

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Footage could shed light on fate of aviator Amelia Earhart

A newly-acquired 16mm movie film of female aviator Amelia Earhart could shed light on what happened more than 80 years after she disappeared...

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Full IS bride transcript: 'I did have a good time there'

Sky News has spoken to IS bride Shamima Begum in an exclusive interview just hours after she gave birth to a baby boy in a Syrian refugee camp...

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Sala's family have said goodbye to their hero

Progreso is home to around 3,000 people and almost all of them have a personal memory of Emiliano Sala...

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IS bride Shamima Begum gives birth to boy in Syria

Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has given birth to a baby boy in a Syrian refugee camp...

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Declaring victory over Islamic State risks history repeating itself

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Trump: Britain should take back IS fighters

Donald Trump says the US has asked Britain and other European allies to take back more 800 Islamic State fighters captured in Syria and put them on trial...

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China's #MeToo movement to get its day in court

China's #MeToo movement has endured a fitful existence since it emerged at the beginning of 2018, facing heavy censorship online and in state media...

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Eight gold miners rescued in Zimbabwe - but dozens feared dead

Eight illegal gold miners have been pulled alive from flooded pits after being trapped underground for days in Zimbabwe...

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Hitler actor who went viral in memes dies

The actor Bruno Ganz, who was most famous for playing Adolf Hitler in the Oscar-nominated film Downfall, has died aged 77...

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Mourners visit Emiliano Sala's coffin ahead of cremation

Mourners have been paying their final respects to Emiliano Sala at a memorial service in Santa Fe...

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IS 'decimated' and down to last mile of territory - Pence

The Islamic State caliphate has been "decimated" and the last of mile of IS-controlled territory in Syria is being captured by American-backed forces, says US vice p...

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UK on 'wrong side' of law on Saudi arms sales

Britain is "narrowly on the wrong side" of international law over arms sales to Saudi Arabia during the Yemen conflict, a Westminster watchdog has warned...

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Nigeria postpones presidential election at last minute

Nigeria's presidential election has been postponed just hours before polls were due to open...

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Emiliano Sala's funeral to be held in Argentina

The funeral of Emiliano Sala is set to take place in Argentina following his death in a plane crash over the English Channel...

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Paul Manafort faces 'more than 19 years' in prison

Prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller have urged a federal judge to impose a strict prison sentence for President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Man...

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Five dead in mass shooting at warehouse near Chicago

A gunman has killed five people and wounded five police officers at a warehouse near Chicago...

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White House's Sarah Sanders interviewed in Russia probe

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has been questioned by the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the presidential election...

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Elon Musk's 'malicious' AI too dangerous to release

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'I don't trust anyone': The British women who married IS jihadis

Reema Iqbal is talking to us from behind the plastic sheeting which marks the tented area which is now her home in Roj camp in northeast Syria...

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Trump announces national emergency to get wall funding

Donald Trump has announced a national emergency at the US-Mexico border as he attempts to bypass Congress and get funding for his controversial wall...

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Militants using civilians as shields delay capture of final IS enclave

Hundreds of civilians still living in Islamic State's final enclave have emerged and are being used as human shields - forcing US-backed troops to delay capturing the vil...

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Charles and Camilla to make history with Cuba trip

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will make a historic visit to Cuba next month as the UK government continues "frank and open" discussions about the c...

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Irish PM: 'Nasty surprise' for those predicting EU disunity

Those who believe the EU's solidarity towards Ireland will falter over the Brexit backstop are "in for a nasty surprise", the Irish prime minister has warned...

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21 Savage says he was 'targeted' during arrest

UK-born rapper 21 Savage was held at a US detention centre so that the Trump administration could send a message on immigration, his lawyer has claimed...

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India vows 'crushing response' to Kashmir bombing

India's prime minister has warned Pakistan of a "crushing response" to a suicide bombing that left at least 41 soldiers dead in Kashmir...

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US and China hail 'progress' at trade war truce talks

The US and China are to hold further trade war peace talks in Washington next week after both sides hailed "progress"...

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Vogue executive quits over 'slavery' party picture

The style director of the Brazilian edition of Vogue has quit after an image taken at her 50th birthday party was condemned for depicting scenes of slavery from colonial times...

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Facebook facing record fine from US regulator

Facebook is negotiating a record fine with the US Federal Trade Commission over violations of user's privacy, it has been reported...

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Google 'satisfies' Russia over censorship demands

Google is reported to have "satisfied" the Russian communications regulator over demands it censor people's web searches...

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Ryanair flight diverted after 'fist fight in aisle'

A Ryanair flight from Glasgow to Malaga had to be diverted after "a full fist fight in the aisle"...

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River swells to 37 miles wide in 'once-in-a-century' floods

Satellite images reveal the vast impact of flooding in northeast Australia - with one river transforming from a thin trickle to a 37 mile-wide current in just a few weeks...

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Too much rubbish: China bans tourists at Everest base camp

Tourists have been barred from Mount Everest's base camp in Tibet because of the amount of rubbish being dumped...

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Spanish PM calls snap election after budget vote defeat

Spain will go the polls on 28 April after Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called a snap national election following defeat in a key budget vote...

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Facebook exposed US agents to Iranian spies

The US Department of Justice has refused to comment on the revelation that counter-intelligence staff were exposed to Iranian spies by using a Facebook group which was infiltr...

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