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Number killed in southeast Africa Cyclone Idai rises to 350
The number of people killed by the cyclone that hit southern Africa has reached 350, and is likely to rise further.
Google fined €1.49bn by EU for restricting rivals' ads
Google has been fined €1.49bn (£1.28bn) by the EU for breaching competition laws with its AdSense advertising service - its third such fine in as many years.
New Zealand responds after Turkey claims Anzac was Islamophobic
Turkey's president has sparked a diplomatic fight with New Zealand after portraying the Anzac campaign during the First World War as Islamophobic while seeking to boost his chances in an upcoming election.
Father and son buried in first funerals for Christchurch mosque attack victims
A father and his teenage son have been buried as the first funerals take place for victims of the New Zealand terror attack.
House of hate: Where the mosque gunman planned his attack
A five-hour drive from Christchurch, on New Zealand's southeast coast, lies the city of Dunedin.
'We're ready for a US-UK deal': Trump adviser John Bolton says America wants to partner with Brexit Britain
Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton has told Sky News that America is "ready to go" with a US-UK trade deal.
Jomart Tokayev sworn in as leader of Kazakhstan after long time leader resigned
Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has been sworn in as Kazakhstan's president, after its long-time leader unexpectedly resigned on Tuesday.
No Brexit extension without a good reason, says EU's chief negotiator
Brussels has warned a Brexit delay is far from certain as it called for people to "finalise all preparations" for a no-deal divorce.
Deep Ocean Live: Human life threatened by 'tragedy' facing coral reefs, UN official warns
Human life is threatened by the "tragedy" facing coral reefs, a top UN official has warned, as Sky News broadcast live from new depths of the Indian Ocean.
Travellers who plunged to deaths in Vietnam waterfall 'not warned of dangers'
A coroner has ruled that three British tourists who plunged to their deaths in a Vietnam waterfall were not properly warned of the dangers they faced.