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Hashem Abedi: Brother of Manchester Arena bomber in court after extradition from Libya
The brother of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi will appear in court today after being extradited from Libya over his alleged involvement in the terror attack.
Twelve Israelis held in Cyprus over alleged gang rape of British tourist
Twelve Israeli tourists have been arrested after a British woman alleged she had been raped in a popular resort town in Cyprus.
Kevin Spacey sexual assault case dropped by prosecutors
Prosecutors have dropped a case accusing Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting a young man at a US bar in 2016.
UK carbon emissions target 'doing more harm than good', teen climate activist Greta Thunberg tells Sky News
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has told Sky News that the UK's pledge to produce net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is "actually doing more harm than good".
Johnson rules out Farage pact as Tory rivals warn against early election
Boris Johnson ruled out a general election alliance with the Brexit Party as he and Jeremy Hunt used the final Tory leadership hustings to dismiss the idea of calling another snap national poll.
Deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'now a global emergency'
An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo now constitutes a global public health emergency, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.
Flying ant swarm in southern England picked up by weather radar
A mass of flying ants swarming in southern England was so dense it was picked up by weather radar and mistaken for rain.
Scarlett Keeling: Man convicted of 15-year-old's 2008 rape and murder in Goa
A beach shack worker has been convicted for the 2008 rape and murder of British teenager Scarlett Keeling in Goa, India.
Jet2.com orders 'abusive' passenger to pay £85k after RAF jets escort plane back to UK
An "extremely disruptive" passenger has been ordered to pay £85,000 by a UK airline after two RAF Typhoon fighter jets had to escort the aircraft back to Stansted.
Florida beachgoers form human chain in heroic bid to save stranded swimmers
Dozens of people held hands and formed a human chain in a bid to save two swimmers left stranded in strong waves off the coast of Florida.