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'Hero' officer who swapped with French supermarket hostage dies
A French policeman who took the place of a hostage during a terror attack at a supermarket has died of his injuries.
Terror expert: France hostage situation was 'atypical' attack carried out by 'amateur'
A British terror expert has said a hostage situation in the south of France was an "atypical" attack carried out by an "amateur".
'Large number' of EU countries plan more Russia action
A "large number" of EU countries are set to impose tougher sanctions on Russia after the Salisbury poisoning.
Chinese sailors rescued 50 hours after dredger capsizes off Malaysian coast
Two Chinese sailors have been rescued more than 50 hours after their sand dredger capsized off Malaysia's southern coast.
'Russia's novichok programme exists, I worked on it,' scientist tells Sky News
Russia has denied involvement in the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury.
North Korea and South Korea to talk next week
North Korea and South Korea are to meet next week for talks at the border truce village of Panmunjom.
'Dear Los Angeles, you're welcome': Zlatan Ibrahimovic joins LA Galaxy
Los Angeles Galaxy have confirmed the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic - with the Swedish striker taking out a full-page ad in a newspaper telling the city: "You're welcome."
Epilepsy drug behind birth defects banned for women without pregnancy prevention plan
An epilepsy drug linked to birth defects in thousands of children will not be given to women of child bearing age unless they are on a pregnancy prevention plan.
Elon Musk deletes Tesla and SpaceX Facebook pages after calls from privacy campaigners
Elon Musk has deleted the official Facebook pages for his SpaceX and Tesla brands amid concerns over the security of the social network.
Ata the 'alien' found to be human baby with deformities
A mummified skeleton believed to be an alien has been found to be a baby with rare gene mutations.