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Brendan Cox: Husband of murdered MP Jo quits charities amid harassment claims
The husband of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox has quit two charities set up in her name following accusations of sexual harassment.
UKIP members vote to sack leader Henry Bolton
UKIP leader Henry Bolton has been sacked after losing a no confidence motion at an extraordinary general meeting of party members.
World Vision denies staff sexually exploited Haiti earthquake survivors
Government-funded charity World Vision has denied allegations its staff sexually exploited Haiti earthquake survivors.
US aid cut to Gaza refugees has left a 'time bomb', UN chief warns
The head of the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees has said a US cut to funding is a danger to stability across the region and could lead to an outbreak of protests.
'Hero cow' escapes abattoir in Poland by swimming to island
A plucky cow that was being taken to an abattoir in Poland managed to escape after swimming to safety on an island.
Florida gunman Nikolas Cruz 'posted videos of him cutting his arms'
Florida gunman Nikolas Cruz was investigated by the state's child welfare agency after posting videos of him cutting his arms on Snapchat and speaking of his intention to buy a gun, it has emerged.
Weinstein studio chief fired after he 'protected disgraced film producer'
The president of Harvey Weinstein's film studio has been fired less than a week after he was accused of protecting the disgraced producer.
Saoirse Ronan: 'BAFTA blackout gives sense of purpose'
Saoirse Ronan is no stranger to red carpets.
How church steeples boost wifi connectivity in rural communities
Rural communities with little or no wireless internet are getting an unlikely boost from churches hosting satellite dishes.
UK hit by biggest earthquake for a decade
Parts of Britain have been struck by the country's biggest earthquake for 10 years.