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Police are trying to solve the mystery of who made an SOS out of rocks in a remote part of Western Australia.
Donald Trump's son-in- law is under investigation over the "extent and nature" of his dealings with Russian officials, US media is reporting.
Scientists have discovered a "highly unusual" new species of extinct sea-dwelling reptile in Russia.
British police have resumed intelligence-sharing ties with US law enforcement after they were temporarily stopped in a row over leaks about the Manchester bombing investigation.
A baby girl has died in Ireland after being found in a car on the hottest day of the year.
Angela Merkel was lavished with praise by Barack Obama just hours before she met his successor Donald Trump on Thursday.
A NASA spacecraft has spotted monstrous 'Earth-sized' cyclones churning over of the poles of Jupiter.
It's been a day of acute awkwardness, one of those 'oh-to-be-a-fly-on-the-wall' days - a body language expert's dream.
Greece's former prime minister Lucas Papademos has been hurt by an explosive device hidden in an envelope, according to police.
Donald Trump has said intelligence leaks related to the Manchester attack in the US was "deeply troubling".
Iran says it has built a third underground ballistic missiles factory, risking inflaming tensions with the US.
China has accused the United States of trespassing after an American warship sailed near a reef claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea.
North Korea has accused the South of firing 450 machine gun rounds at a flock of birds flying over the Demilitarized Zone between the two countries.
The Republican candidate in a crucial US election race has been charged with assault after he allegedly "body slammed" a journalist.
NATO's former secretary general has told Sky News that the Manchester attack illustrates the importance of a coordinated international effort to tackle terrorism and highlights NATO's reluctance to take on a counter-terrorism role.
Theresa May will confront Donald Trump over US leaks of crucial intelligence about the Manchester bombing when they meet at a NATO summit in Brussels.
A special election in Montana is being seen as a gauge of Donald Trump's presidency and a test of Democratic ability to punch through its weaknesses.
There's a strong sense in Washington that the Brits are livid.
Photographs appearing to show bloodstained fragments from the Manchester Arena killer's bomb have been published in the US.
The Fairtrade Foundation has hit out at Sainsbury's over its plans to withdraw the Fairtrade guarantee from some of its own-brand tea ranges.
A brother of the Manchester bomber knew of his plans and has been arrested in Libya, according to the country's security forces.
A police chief has been beheaded and at least 20 other people have been killed by Islamic militants who rampaged through a city in the southern Philippines.
What started as a joke on social media over a photo of Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o is now getting the buddy movie treatment.
Taiwan could become the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage after its constitutional court ruled the law must be changed to protect human dignity.
Donald Trump has met the Pope at the Vatican on the latest leg of his first foreign trip as US President.
The ratings agency Moody's has cut its assessment of China's creditworthiness for the first time in 30 years after flagging concerns over the country's financial strength.
Five protesters were killed and 286 arrested after police in Bahrain raided the hometown of a Shia Muslim spiritual leader who faces deportation.
An inquest into the Sydney cafe siege in 2014 has found the police waited too long to storm the building.
A sequel to the cult action film Top Gun is in the works, with filming set to begin next year.
Four bodies have been found inside a tent at the highest camp on Mount Everest, rescuers have confirmed.
At least 15 people have died and eight remain missing after a bus they were travelling in plunged 380ft into a river gorge in northern India.
The Samsung S8's iris recognition security feature has been shown to be easily bypassed with "basic tools" by German hackers.
More evidence has been found linking North Korea to the global cyberattack that caused an IT meltdown in the NHS earlier this month.
The birthplace of modern man may have been the eastern Mediterranean, rather than Africa, according to scientists studying newly discovered ancient fossils of a tooth and lower jawbone.
The racing driver who is on pole position for the Indianapolis 500 this weekend has been robbed at gunpoint.
American motorcycle racer Nicky Hayden has died in Italy, five days after being hit by a car while training on his bicycle.
Facebook's internal guidelines on what's acceptable - and what's not - to publish on its platform show a company that is struggling to deal with its own massive reach.
Iran has accused the US of selling arms to "dangerous terrorists" in the Middle East - a day after President Donald Trump signed an arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
More than 200 suspects have gone on trial accused of plotting and orchestrating last year's failed coup in Turkey.
North Korea says it is ready to deploy and mass-produce a medium-range ballistic missile following a successful test at the weekend.
President Donald Trump has landed in Tel Aviv ahead of talks during the second leg of his first foreign tour.
President Donald Trump has landed in Tel Aviv ahead of talks during the second leg of his first foreign tour.
A near-vertical rock face near the summit of Mount Everest named after Sir Edmund Hillary has collapsed, according to mountaineers.
Facebook hesitates before deleting images and videos of hate speech and similar upsetting material due to fears of being accused of censorship, internal documents have revealed.
Ford Motor Company is replacing its chief executive in a "reshuffle" of top personnel, a source has told Sky News.
A bomb explosion at a hospital in Bangkok has injured 24 people, police in Thailand say.
Bill Cosby will return to court today as selection begins for the jurors who will decide whether he is guilty of sexual assault.
It wasn't barnstorming. It wasn't political poetry and it was delivered with unrecognisable deliberation.
Donald Trump has likened the fight against international terrorism to a battle between "good and evil" and not different faiths.
Donald Trump thinks he knows real estate but when he arrives in Jerusalem he will be stepping onto one of the most contested and difficult to price - in terms of peace at least - chunks of land in the world.
At least 20 Afghan policemen have been killed after being ambushed by the Taliban.
An investigation is under way after a passenger plane flipped a truck on its side at Los Angeles International Airport, leaving two people seriously injured.
North Korea has fired an "unidentified projectile," according to South Korea's military.
Rescue workers have attempted to guide a humpback whale out to open water after it became stranded in a marina.
A mob in Mexico stormed a Russian man's apartment and threatened to cut his head off after he posted footage of himself insulting local people.
Prince Harry drove 100 miles to bring girlfriend Meghan Markle to Pippa Middleton's evening wedding reception, according to reports.
President Donald Trump will call for Muslim unity in the fight against terrorism when he speaks at the Arab Islamic American Summit.
The Chinese government "systematically dismantled" CIA spying operations in China and killed or imprisoned up to 20 informants over a two-year period, according to the New York Times.
Fans of Twin Peaks can expect new episodes that are "pure Lynch".
All he had to do was keep smiling and let the extravagant hospitality of his Saudi hosts carry him through the day, which reached a high point with the signing of the biggest arms deal in history.
Irish welfare minister Leo Varadkar is the clear front runner to succeed Enda Kenny as the country's Prime Minister.
Melania Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia without a headscarf, two years after her husband criticised then-first lady Michelle Obama for not wearing one in the conservative kingdom.
Iran's moderate president Hassan Rouhani has been re-elected, according to Iranian state TV.
Former FBI director James Comey has agreed to testify in an open session before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
A man charged with murdering a teenager and injuring 20 others after crashing a car into crowds on Times Square said he wanted to "kill them all", prosecutors have claimed.
Donald Trump told Russian diplomats firing "nut job" FBI director James Comey relieved "great pressure", reports The New York Times.
The wife of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has cast doubt on her husband's apparent suicide and suggested anti-anxiety drugs may have played a part.
Julian Assange has said Sweden's decision to drop an investigation into allegations of rape against him is an "important victory".
Anthony Weiner, whose "sexting" scandals ended his political career and involved him in an FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton before the presidential election, has pleaded guilty to sexting a minor.
A man accused of crashing a car into crowds in New York's Times Square, leaving one teenager dead and many more injured, has been charged with murder.
US airstrikes targeting pro-Assad forces close to the Iraqi border have been branded "completely unacceptable" by Russia.
Almost 3,000 green plastic caterpillars have helped scientists unmask an important global pattern.
Angela Merkel has said Britain will be treated fairly after Brexit, but warned that leaving the EU would still have its price.
Swedish prosecutors say they are dropping the investigation into an allegation of rape against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
A teenager has told police in Australia she was held as a sex slave for weeks before making her escape with the help of a Good Samaritan.
Twenty-seven people have been arrested across Europe as part of an international investigation into so-called ATM black box attacks.
One of the two controversial Netflix movies opening at the French festival has been booed just five minutes into a screening.
It has caused controversy around the world, but in North Korea the developers of its latest missile have reportedly been given a hero's welcome on their return.
A Japanese billionaire bought a Basquiat masterpiece for $110.5m (£85.1m), setting a new auction record for the painter.
Iranians are voting in a presidential election in which moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani is expected to face tough competition from a hardline rival.
On his first foreign trip as US President, Donald Trump is leaving behind a White House suffocating in scandal.
Chelsea Manning, the transgender US Army soldier and WikiLeaks whistleblower, has shared a photo of herself for the first time since she was released from prison.
Donald Trump has responded with a direct - if brief - "No. No" to a question about whether he had asked the FBI to drop an investigation into his former national security adviser.
The Navy veteran suspected of driving his car into pedestrians in New York reportedly told police he had been hearing voices at the time.
US warplanes have struck Syrian pro-regime forces in a mission to protect British and American troops in the country's southeast.
The lead singer of US grunge rock band Soundgarden, Chris Cornell, died after hanging himself, according to medical officials.
Witnesses have described horrific scenes in Times Square after a car ploughed into pedestrians in the busy tourist spot.
At least 10 people have been injured and one is dead after a speeding car struck pedestrians in New York City's Times Square.
Fox News co-founder and former CEO Roger Ailes has died at the age of 77.
Donald Trump has claimed he is victim of the "greatest witch hunt" in US history amid a probe of his team's alleged links with Russia.
A blackmailer threatened to kill Formula One legend Michael Schumacher's children unless he paid 900,000 euros (£768,000).
Chris Cornell, who has died at the age of 52, was hailed as one of the founding fathers of grunge.
The Trump campaign's alleged links to Russia are to be investigated by an ex-FBI chief, who has been appointed as special counsel. But what does the role involve?
Actress Jennifer Lawrence has refused to apologise after a video was leaked of her dancing on a strip pole at a club.
Facebook has been fined €110m (£94.5m) by EU competition regulators in relation to its takeover of WhatsApp.
Chris Cornell, who gained fame as the lead singer of Seattle grunge rock band Soundgarden, has died aged 52.
A 12-year-old boy has accidentally killed a girl of the same age while filming with a shotgun on Facebook Live in Argentina.
A white Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man has been found not guilty of first-degree manslaughter.