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Briton guilty over 'pornographic' pics in Cambodia
A British man arrested at a Cambodian pool party has been convicted of posting "pornographic" photos.
'We want constructive dialogue': Putin to reduce defence spending in fourth term
Vladimir Putin has called for political unity as he starts his fourth term as president of Russia.
US ambassador to Israel is 'son of a dog', says Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas
The Palestinian president has called the US ambassador to Israel a "son of a dog" in an attack on Donald Trump's policies.
Brexit transition deal: 'Significant step' made as Tory civil war looms
A "significant step" has been made in Brexit negotiations after a breakthrough deal was reached on the transition period.
Father of British woman killed in Syria 'consumed with her loss'
The grieving father of a young woman killed by a Turkish airstrike in Syria has told Sky News how proud he is of his "principled" daughter.
Alexander Litvinenko's wife Marina misses mother she is unable to return to Russia to see
The wife of Alexander Litvinenko has told Sky News she is devastated she cannot return to Russia to see her family over fears for her safety.
Dog 'locked in cage and plunged into river' on film set
A dog was whipped "into a frenzy" and thrown into an icy river in a locked cage for a scene in a film, a whistleblower has claimed.
Cirque du Soleil performer Yann Arnaud falls to his death
A Cirque du Soleil performer has died after falling onto a stage at a weekend show in Florida.
Viagra could help cut the risk of bowel and colon cancer
Drugs designed to address erectile dysfunction could also significantly reduce the risk of colorectal cancers, new research suggests.
'Nonsense' that Russia behind spy poisoning, says Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin has dismissed claims that Russia was behind the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury as "nonsense".