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Syria: Sky News witnesses horrors of Syria's last rebel outpost
Sky News has gained exclusive access to the bombardment of Idlib - the last rebel outpost in Syria - and witnessed first-hand the relentless attack on civilians inside the province.
Harvey Weinstein reaches tentative $44m compensation deal with sexual abuse accusers
Harvey Weinstein has reached a tentative compensation deal worth $44m with women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, Sky News understands.
Woman who escaped serial killer Bobby Joe Long watches his execution
A woman who escaped the clutches of a serial killer and helped bring him to justice has watched him being executed in Florida.
SpaceX: Elon Musk's firm launches satellites for global web service
Elon Musk's private rocket company, SpaceX, has sent 60 small satellites into low orbit as he prepares to launch a new internet service.
Sultan of Brunei returns Oxford degree after backlash to anti-gay laws
The sultan of Brunei has returned an honorary degree awarded to him by Oxford University following a backlash to his proposal of the death penalty for gay sex and adultery.
Taiwan gay marriage: Hundreds of couples tie the knot on historic day
Hundreds of gay couples in Taiwan have rushed to get married on Friday - the first day a landmark decision that legalised same-sex marriage took effect.
India election: Narendra Modi secures second term after sweeping victory
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has secured a second term after winning the country's general election.
Pentagon: US could send 10,000 more troops to Middle East to counter 'Iran threat'
The Pentagon is preparing to send as many as 10,000 more troops to the Middle East as tensions with Iran continue to rise, according to reports.
Old Mutual suspends boss over 'breakdown in trust'
The financial services firm Old Mutual has suspended its chief executive Peter Moyo, citing a "breakdown in trust".
UN tells Britain to end 'colonial administration' of Chagos Islands
Britain should end its "colonial administration" of the Chagos Islands and return them to Mauritius within six months, the UN has demanded.