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Haiti gang demand $17m ransom for release of kidnapped American and Canadian missionaries
A ransom of $1m (£720,000) is being demanded for each of the 17 American and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti.
Hamas warns Israel another war is inevitable unless it ends occupation of Palestine
Hamas has warned Israel that another war is inevitable unless its occupation of Palestine ends and the dire humanitarian crisis in Gaza is resolved.
Ethiopia: United Nations says three children killed in airstrike in capital of Tigray region
At least three children were killed and one other person was injured during an airstrike in the capital of the Tigray region in Ethiopia on Monday, the United Nations has said.
North Korea fires submarine-launched ballistic missile, says South - and it disrupts Japan election campaign
North Korea has fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile from its east coast into the Sea of Japan, South Korea's military has said.
Stunning pictures show inside otherworldly ice caves appearing in the Austrian Alps
Glaciers will melt at a fast rate and eventually vanish completely if climate change is not halted, scientists have warned.
Australia's 'biggest-ever' hailstones damage cars and shatter windows in Queensland
Giant hailstones bigger than 16cm (6.3 inches) appear to have fallen in Queensland, according to Australia's weather agency.
Climate change: China does 'not need UK actions to encourage' it to be more ambitious in tackling crisis
China's special envoy on climate has told Sky News that his nation does "not need the actions taken by the UK to encourage" Beijing to be more ambitious in tackling climate change.
Donald Trump questioned by lawyers as protesters allege his security guards violently attacked them
Donald Trump has been questioned under oath as part of a lawsuit where protesters allege they were violently attacked by his security guards.
Kerala floods: Indian couple sail to their wedding in giant cooking pot
A couple in India arrived at their wedding in unusual style by floating through the flooded streets in a large cooking pot after heavy rain hit the southern state of Kerala.
Chile: Protesters clash with police two years after landmark uprising - as election race hots up
Protesters have looted shops in Chile after demonstrations in cities across the country, which marked two years since social unrest and violence sparked the re-writing of the constitution.