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Libya warlord accused of using child soldiers to fight forces of UN-backed government
The UN-backed Libyan government is under siege from rebels led by General Khalifa Heftar.
Mueller report: Donald Trump 'tried to get ex-FBI chief fired' during Russia investigation
Donald Trump has declared "Game Over" for his "haters" - but a long-awaited report revealed how the US president sought the firing of the man investigating his team's alleged links to Russia.
Tourists to be charged for driving on the 'Crookedest Street in the World'
The thousands of tourists who drive down San Francisco's famous crooked street each year could soon have to pay for the privilege.
Jarrell Miller clash with Anthony Joshua looks off after reports of second failed drugs test
Jarrell Miller has reportedly failed a second drugs test which looks set to end his hopes of facing Britain's Anthony Joshua at Madison Square Garden on June 1.
Extinction Rebellion: Police dismantle protesters' pink ship in Oxford Circus
Police have dismantled the pink ship in the centre of Oxford Circus which has been a focal point for climate change protesters this week.
'Admit you were wrong': UKIP deputy calls for a U-turn over rape remark
A row has erupted at the centre of UKIP over one of the party's election candidates refusing to apologise for saying he "wouldn't even rape" a Labour MP.
Respectful Assange put through 'hell' at embassy, says former diplomat
Julian Assange was always respectful but went through "hell" in the Ecuadorian embassy as officials tried to "break him down", according to a former senior diplomat.
UKIP's Gerard Batten dismisses Brexit Party as a 'vehicle' for Nigel Farage
UKIP's leader has dismissed Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, telling Sky News it is "not a proper political party".
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says it is not about revenge for Man City on Saturday
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is determined to further derail Manchester City's season when the two clubs meet again on Saturday, live on Sky Sports.
Championship round-up: Leeds suffer promotion blow, Bolton relegated
Leeds' automatic promotion hopes suffered a major setback as they slumped to a shock 2-1 defeat at home to 10-man Wigan.
House of horrors: Couple who tortured 12 of their children jailed for life
A US couple who starved and locked up 12 of their 13 children have been jailed for life.
Lyra McKee: 'Brave' reporter covered her struggle of growing up gay in Belfast
Lyra McKee has been described as a journalist of courage, style and integrity - traits that saw her take to the streets on Thursday night to witness the unrest in Londonderry.
Murder of journalist Lyra McKee: CCTV released of suspected gunman
Video footage showing the moments before journalist Lyra McKee's death has been released by police in Northern Ireland.
League One round-up: Bradford relegated after defeat to Coventry
Bradford have been relegated to Sky Bet League Two for the first time since 2013.
Baby who weighed same as a hamster home from hospital after five months
A baby who weighed just 9oz (258g) when he was born has left hospital after five months.
League Two round-up: Lincoln miss title chance
Lincoln missed the chance to be crowned Sky Bet League Two champions after their 19-game unbeaten run was halted by a 1-0 loss at play-off-chasing Carlisle.
More than half of Britons think Labour has 'serious antisemitism problem', poll reveals
More than half of people believe Labour has a "serious antisemitism problem", a new poll has revealed.
Frustrated, confused: What Leave voters plan to do in the EU elections
The Kentish seaport of Ramsgate played an unwanted cameo role in the unfolding saga of Brexit.