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New Zealand orders 1.2 million sq cm of skin from US to treat volcano patients
New Zealand has ordered 1.2 million sq cm of skin from America to treat patients suffering burns of up to 95% after Monday's volcano eruption.
Carlo Ancelotti sacked by Napoli amid Everton and Arsenal links
Everton will begin contract talks with Carlo Ancelotti after he was sacked as Napoli manager on Tuesday evening.
Supermassive black holes 'not as massive as previously thought'
Astronomers have discovered a unique way to weigh supermassive black holes - and found the holes might not be as massive as previously thought.
General election: Parties enter finishing straight in the race for Number 10
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are ending five weeks of frenetic general election campaigning in a fierce battle on Brexit and the NHS.
Dillian Whyte rates his rivals – Deontay Wilder, Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Alexander Povetkin and Andy Ruiz Jr
Dillian Whyte has re-entered the heavyweight mix and has absolutely nothing nice to say about his rivals...
General election: Conservatives set for majority but race has tightened significantly - poll projection
Boris Johnson is on course for a Commons majority of 28, according to a massive new poll projection for Sky News that suggests the race has tightened significantly in the last fortnight.
London Bridge attack: Victim Jack Merritt’s father accuses Boris Johnson of trying to 'score election points'
The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has accused Boris Johnson of exploiting the tragedy to "score some points in the election".
Researchers fear 'catastrophe' as political ads 'disappear' from Facebook library
Political ads are "disappearing" from Facebook's advertising monitoring system, leaving stunned researchers fearing a "catastrophic" loss of transparency and accountability.
Aung San Suu Kyi: 'No tolerance' for human rights violations against Rohingya
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has defended her country from charges of genocide, saying there is "no tolerance" for human rights violations against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
PDC World Championship: Colin Lloyd's talking points
Ahead of the 2020 PDC World Championship, former world number one Colin Lloyd gives his take on the upcoming action.
Mystery as 'hundreds' of birds found dead in road in Wales
Hundreds of birds have been found dead in a road in Anglesey in Wales.
Red Bull confident Max Verstappen will stay beyond F1 2021
Red Bull are confident a "very happy" Max Verstappen will sign a new deal despite links to Mercedes and a potential F1 2021 driver merry-go-round.
Greta Thunberg is Time magazine's Person Of The Year
Climate change activist Greta Thunberg, who has led worldwide protests demanding global action on the issue, is Time magazine's Person Of The Year.
Boris Johnson missed the personal tragedy of Jack Merritt to shore up the political agenda
It was a little before the 10 O'clock bulletins on the evening of the London Bridge terror attack that claimed the lives of 25-year old Jack Merritt and 23-year-old Saskia Jones, when the prime minister delivered a statement to camera - the second of the evening.
Jewish supermarket 'targeted' in New Jersey gun battle that left six dead
A kosher supermarket is thought to have been deliberately targeted in a shootout that left six people dead in New Jersey.
General election: Photo of boy on hospital floor hit with fake news allegations
The editor of a newspaper accused of fake news over the image of a boy lying on a hospital floor during treatment has stepped in to calm his readers' fears.
Ed Sheeran: All the UK chart records racked up in the last decade - and there's a lot
Ed Sheeran is going to need a bigger mantelpiece.
Greta Thunberg accuses world leaders of 'creative PR' at Madrid climate summit
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg has accused world leaders and business chiefs of using "clever accounting and creative PR" to make it look like they are taking firm action in the fight against climate change.
New Zealand volcano: Details of those killed, missing and injured emerge
Six people are now known to have died following a volcanic eruption on White Island in New Zealand.