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Syria: Sky News witnesses horrors of Idlib as crew shelled by regime
Sky News has gained exclusive access to the bombardment of Idlib - the last rebel outpost in Syria - and witnessed first-hand the relentless attack on civilians inside the province.
Government shelves key Brexit bill amid speculation over Theresa May's future
The government has delayed publication of key Brexit legislation as the prime minister listens to MPs' "concerns" about the bill.
EU citizens in UK complain of being denied vote in European elections
EU citizens in the UK have reported being unable to vote in the European elections, despite registering to cast a ballot.
Sir Philip Green accused of 'grabbing women's breasts and bottoms', says Labour peer
Hundreds of grievance cases were raised against Sir Philip Green for slapping women's bottoms and grabbing their breasts, a Labour peer has claimed.
Julian Assange: WikiLeaks founder faces 17 new US charges
Julian Assange is facing 17 more charges in the US for allegedly receiving and publishing classified information.
UN tells Britain to end 'colonial administration' of Chagos Islands
Britain should end its "colonial administration" of the Chagos Islands and return them to Mauritius within six months, the UN has demanded.
Mother and twins starve to death in locked flat in Vienna
A woman and her twin daughters appear to have starved to death in Vienna, police have said.
US warns Iran it would retaliate if Tehran launches attack
The US special representative to Iran has told Sky News that if Tehran does attack then America will retaliate.
Geoffrey Rush: Oscar-winning actor awarded record £1.5m damages in defamation case
Geoffrey Rush is set to receive the largest ever damages payout to a single person in Australia's history following a defamation case against a newspaper publisher and journalist.
Healthy dog put down because owner wanted to be buried together
A healthy dog was put down because her owner requested she be buried with her in her will.