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Fracking paused at Lancashire site after tremors
Cuadrilla has paused fracking at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire after what it describes as a "series of micro-seismic events".
Russia's state-of-the-art robot exposed as man in costume
Footage of an artificial intelligence robot that Russian state television used as an example of the country's technological prowess has been exposed as a man wearing a robot suit.
From 'nebulous' to 'kissing': 'Robust' May-Juncker dispute dominates EU summit
Theresa May's dispute with the European Commission president has dominated the final day of a summit in Brussels.
James Harden posts 50-point triple-double to lift Houston Rockets past Los Angeles Lakers
James Harden recorded a 50-point triple-double and came through during a decisive stretch in the fourth quarter to lift the host Houston Rockets to a 126-111 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night.
The EU has a simple message on the Brexit deal: Like it or lump it
There was plenty of distracting detail in this summit.
Yemen rivals agree ceasefire in rebel stronghold of Hodeida
Rival sides in Yemen's civil war have agreed a province-wide ceasefire in Hodeida, the United Nations says.
US Senate blames Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's death
The US Senate has passed a resolution stating Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Fee for travelling to the EU after Brexit revealed
Millions of Britons will have to pay €7 (£6.29) every three years for visa-free travel to the EU from 2021.
Gary Anderson through to round three at World Darts Championship
Gary Anderson kicked off his bid for a hat-trick of World Championship crowns by seeing off Northern Ireland's Kevin Burness in four sets to reach the third round at Alexandra Palace on Friday.
'Midnight horror show' as EU snubs Theresa May's Brexit plea
It was something of a midnight horror show for the absent prime minister - who had asked for a helping hand with a mutinous House of Commons just before the EU summit dinner.
Donald Trump 'knew it was wrong' to pay hush money to women, says ex-lawyer Michael Cohen
Donald Trump's former lawyer has again said the president directed him to arrange hush money payments to two women - and said the president knew it was wrong.
Anthony Joshua wants 'just' Deontay Wilder next, says Eddie Hearn
Anthony Joshua has made it clear he wants "just" Deontay Wilder next, with Eddie Hearn admitting Jarrell Miller and the winner of Dillian Whyte against Derek Chisora, could step in if it doesn't happen.
Marcus Rashford exclusive: Jose Mourinho is a winner, and Man Utd aren't underdogs at Liverpool
Marcus Rashford insists Manchester United do not head to Liverpool as underdogs, and that Jose Mourinho is a winner.
Are the Houston Texans the team of the future? Can they win now?
Before losing narrowly to the Indianapolis Colts 24-21 last Sunday, the Houston Texans had gone on a nine-game winning streak – the best in franchise history.
Rescued yachtswoman Susie Goodall would do it again 'in a heartbeat'
The British yachtswoman who was stranded after her boat capsized in the Antarctic Ocean has said would do it again "in a heartbeat".
Virgin Galactic successfully launches tourism rocket ship into space for first time
Virgin Galactic has successfully launched a tourism rocket ship into space for the first time - with Sir Richard Branson hoping a commercial flight will take place by March 2019.
Tony Blair: Nobody wants Theresa May's Brexit deal
Theresa May must go over the heads of the "very unreasonable people in her party and coalition" and allow MPs to help direct the course of Brexit, according to former prime minister Tony Blair.
Mick Mulvaney: Budget director to replace John Kelly as Trump's chief of staff
Donald Trump has named budget director Mick Mulvaney as his new chief of staff, replacing General John Kelly, who leaves the post in January.