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Iran's seizure of UK oil tankers 'unacceptable', says Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt
Jeremy Hunt has warned Iran will face "serious consequences" if it does not release a British-flagged tanker after two ships were seized in the Gulf.
Last living man to walk on moon warns new lunar missions of 'risks of deep space'
Harrison Schmitt says he doesn't much enjoy travelling by air these days.
Hackers post bizarre series of tweets on Metropolitan Police account
The Metropolitan Police's Twitter account has been targeted by hackers who posted a series of bizarre tweets on the force's official account.
Pictured: Owner of car involved in 'rogue race' crash that injured 17
The owner of one of the cars involved in a "rogue race" crash that injured 17 people in Stevenage has been named.
Labour antisemitism: New emails show Corbyn aide's plan to influence party's panel
Jeremy Corbyn's top aide instructed party officials to compile a dossier setting out how Labour's highest disciplinary body could be challenged, leaked emails have revealed.
Donald Trump 'speaks to Kanye West' about custody A$AP Rocky in Sweden
US rapper A$AP Rocky has received an unlikely boost in his bid to be freed from custody in Sweden over an alleged fight after Donald Trump said Kanye West had brought him up to speed on the situation.
Philadelphia man filmed climbing down outside of 19-storey building to escape fire
A man climbed down the outside of a 19-storey building in Philadelphia in a dramatic escape from a fire that injured four residents and three police officers.
Donald Trump backs Boris Johnson to 'work out Brexit' if he becomes PM
Donald Trump has said he is looking forward to working with Boris Johnson and thinks he will "work out Brexit".
Bromley murder probe: Woman, 61, found dead in south London
A murder investigation has been launched after a woman was found dead with head injuries at a property in Bromley.
Moon landing 50th anniversary: Ten moon-inspired hits from David Bowie to Elton John
It's been 50 years since US astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon on 20 July 1969.