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'Come to your senses now!' Israel's president tells Netanyahu to halt reforms as sacking sparks mass protests
Israel's president has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to "stop the legislative process immediately" after the PM triggered widespread protests by sacking his defence minister for objecting to judicial reforms.
'I often find a corpse': How Tunisia has become the deadly route of choice for migrants trying to make it to Europe
Crowds slowly take shape as we drive down a long dirt road cutting through Sfax's famed olive groves.
'Fire tourists' urged to keep away as blazes force hundreds from their homes in eastern Spain
"Fire tourists" have been urged to keep away from blazes raging in eastern Spain after wildfire season arrived earlier than expected.
At least 29 dead after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia coast
The bodies of a further 10 people have been recovered after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia - bringing the total number of dead to 29 - a security official has said.
Risk of more severe weather in Mississippi 'getting worse and worse' after deadly tornado
The risks of more severe weather in tornado-ravaged Mississippi "seem to be getting worse and worse", the governor has warned.
Tornado kills at least 26 as storms tear through southern US states
At least 26 people have died after a powerful tornado ripped through several southern US states, destroying buildings and knocking out power.
Three people still missing as four die in chocolate factory explosion
A fourth person was confirmed dead and three people remained unaccounted for two days after an explosion at a chocolate factory in a small town in Pennsylvania.
Iran issues warning after US strikes on Syria left 19 dead
Strikes on Iranian-linked bases will be met with an "immediate counter-response" after the reported deaths of 19 people in US attacks on Syria, an Iranian security spokesperson has warned.
Human blood 'to drench St Paul's Cathedral' in protest over Prince Harry's kill claim
Human blood is set to "drench" one of the UK's most famous landmarks in a protest over Prince Harry's controversial remarks about the number of people he killed in Afghanistan.
Buyer found for Silicon Valley Bank
A buyer has been found for the collapsed Silicon Valley Bank, the bank whose downfall heralded the financial unrest still being felt across the banking world.
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Prince Harry's latest legal fight comes to the High Court - everything you need to know
Prince Harry is among a group of claimants who accuse the publisher of The Daily Mail newspaper of phone-tapping and other breaches of privacy.
Man arrested on suspicion of blackmailing Alison Hammond
Police investigating claims of blackmail targeting TV presenter Alison Hammond have arrested a 36-year-old-man.
'I am coming back': Adele confirms Las Vegas residency extension
Adele is extending her Las Vegas residency, telling fans that playing 34 shows to 4,000 people a night was "not enough".
'More help needs to be given' to struggling veterans, John Boyega says
John Boyega has told Sky News that "more help needs to be given" to struggling veterans.
Andrew Lloyd Webber announces death of eldest son
Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced the death of his eldest son.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe and partner expecting first child
Daniel Radcliffe is expecting his first child with long-term partner Erin Darke, a representative has confirmed.
Gwyneth Paltrow tells court she thought collision on ski slope was a sex assault
Gwyneth Paltrow has insisted that she was the "victim" of a skiing collision with a retired optometrist during an accident at a resort in Utah.
Strange noises, Taylor Swift and good tips: Notable moments in Paltrow's lawsuit testimony
Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow is being sued by a retired optometrist who says she crashed into him on a ski slope, leaving him with a number of injuries.
Vatican returns Parthenon sculpture fragments in move that could add pressure on British Museum to do the same
The Vatican has returned three fragments of the Parthenon sculptures to Greece in a move that could increase pressure on the British Museum to do the same.
Red Dwarf star Craig Charles rushed to hospital after suffering pains while presenting radio show
Actor and radio presenter Craig Charles says he was rushed to hospital after becoming unwell during his BBC radio show.