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The US President says the move will starve Pyongyang of finances used to "develop the deadliest weapons known to humankind". [Read More]
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Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says the Caribbean island is "going to need all the help the world has to offer". [Read More]
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Police are looking for two men on a black scooter after the "despicable, senseless" attack in northwest London. [Read More]
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The firm says no illnesses have been reported but it is recalling its Nitro cold brew cans "to err on the side of caution". [Read More]
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William G Stewart, the former host of popular TV show Fifteen to One, has died. [Read More]
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Mr Abbott says he was left with a "very, very slightly swollen lip" after being attacked by a man who had asked to shake his... [Read More]
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The Terminator star turns up at an exercise studio in Leeds for an hour, does "some chest, a bit of back" and makes new friends. [Read More]
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Praising NHS staff as "beyond superb", Sian Lloyd says her fall could be on TV as "it's all been filmed!" [Read More]
Two Sky journalists debate whether attending higher education is beneficial when the cost of it can take decades to pay off. [Read More]
Sky's Tamara Cohen asks whether ministers should cut fees, raise the salary threshold for paying off debts or act on living costs. [Read More]
The Philippines leader said: "If I have children who are into drugs, kill them so people will not have anything to say." [Read More]
First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. [Read More]
The US tech giant spent $12.6bn to acquire Motorola Mobility in a 2011 deal that flopped - so has it learned its lesson? [Read More]
The Premier League club's annual results suggest its year of record revenue and profits is unlikely to be repeated in 2018. [Read More]
The Moors Murders serial killer had been on an intermittent hunger strike for almost 20 years before his death in May, aged 79. [Read More]
formed after Mexico's devastating 1985 quake - say they have the "balls to go in where no one else will". [Read More]
Officers said the prop was spotted by an "eagle-eyed motorist" in Middlesbrough who thought it was a real hand, covered in blood. [Read More]
First for Breaking News, video, headlines, analysis and top stories from business, politics, entertainment and more in the UK and worldwide. [Read More]
The chair of Parliament's Sport Committee says FA bosses "didn't ask questions" about claims against the manager. [Read More]
The man is accused of causing mayhem for hundreds of passengers by swapping luggage tags at one of the world's busiest airports. [Read More]
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